Tracey McDonald, Heather Ewart and Patrick Veyret

S2 E22: Health Services & Ageing in Australia

Today Lex & Patricia speak with Professor Tracey McDonald about Health Services & Ageing in Australia. Then Beverly, Brian & Trish chat together about this in Jeff’s Cafe.

In Nostalgia Town, we speak with ABC journalist and ‘Back Roads’ presenter, Heather Ewart, about growing up in country Victoria and her journey to rural journalism and her connection with Australian Band Hunters & Collectors.

On Your Two Cents Worth, Lex & Patricia speak with Patrick Veyret from Choice about ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’.

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Beverley Baker, Reg Mombassa & Justin Bott

S2, E6: Women & Ageing

Today we speak with Beverly Baker, the chair of the Older Women’s Network NSW about Women & Ageing in Australia. Then Faye, Lorne and Marie-Christine talk about this issue.

Then on Nostalgia Town, Lex speaks with Reg Mombassa, musician, Mambo artist and founder of iconic Australian pop band Mental As Anything, about growing up in New Zealand, coming to Australia, becoming a visual artist and musician, and how he is now mellowing out in later life.

On Your Two Cents Worth, Lex speaks with Justin Bott about Superannuation.

Alice Mantel, Cheryl Kernot and Susan Kurrle

S2, E5: Intergenerationality & Ageing

On today’s episode of Baby Boomers Guide to Life in the 21st Century, we speak with Professor Susan Kurrle, the driving force behind ‘Old People’s Homes for 4 Year Olds’ about Intergenerationality & Ageing in Australia. Then Faye, Joseph and Marie-Christine talk about how this affects them in their daily lives.

Then on Nostalgia Town, Lex speaks with the former leader of the Australian Democrats and cricket tragic, Cheryl Kernot, who tells us about growing up in The Hunter Valley and Port Stephens, and about her years in the Australian Parliament and as a Women’s Cricket Ambassador.

And on Your 2 Cents Worth, Patricia speaks with Alice Mantel about Divorce & Separation in Later Life.