Posted in: Gambling Media Season 2
Jenna Price, Bob Carr and Tim Costello

S2, E10: Media Portrayal of Ageing in Australia

Today Lex & Patricia speak with Australian journalist Jenna Price about the media portrayal of ageing. Then Jude, Marie-Christine and Patricia chat together about this at Jeff’s Cafe.

On Nostalgia Town Lex speaks with former NSW premier and Australian foreign minister Bob Carr, who talks about growing up in Matraville, and his love of books and ‘Saturday Night Fever’.

On Your Two Cents Worth, Lex speaks with Reverend Tim Costello about Gambling & Ageing in Australia.

Ken Done, Sarah Russell, Justin Bott

S2, E9: Royal Commission Into Aged Care Quality & Safety

Today Patricia speaks with Dr Sarah Russell, Director at Aged Care Matters about the recently completed Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality & Safety. Then Barbara, Patricia, and Yvonne talk together about this at Jeff’s Cafe.

On Nostalgia Town Lex speaks with Sydney artist Ken Done, who talks about his magical upbringing and not having met his father till he was aged five, because of the war.

On Your 2 Cents Worth, Lex speaks with Justin Bott about Commonwealth entitlements and Work.

Cecily Michael, Meredith Burgmann and Alice Mantel

S2, E8: Technology & Ageing in Australia

Today we speak with Cecily Michael from Leep – Understanding Technology. Leep builds digital literacy in communities experiencing disadvantage, and Cecily talks to Lex about Technology & Ageing in Australia. Then Faye, Joseph, and Lorne talk together about this on the Punters’ Panel.

On Nostalgia Town Lex speaks with Meredith Burgmann, who as a young woman was the very public face of Australians opposed to Australia’s involvement in the Vietnam War. Meredith went on to become the president of the NSW Legislative Council for eight years.

On Your Two Cents Worth, Patricia speaks with Alice Mantel about Power of Attorney and Enduring Power of Attorney.

Barbara O'neill, Geraldine Doogue and Christine David

S2, E4: Aboriginality & Ageing

On today’s episode of Baby Boomers Guide to Life in the 21st Century, we speak with Barbara O’Neill, an Indigenous Trauma and Recovery Practitioner, working in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. Then, Beverly, Faye and Lyn talk about how this affects them in their daily lives.

Then on Nostalgia Town, Lex speaks with Australian Television and Radio Legend, Geraldine Doogue, who tells us about growing up in Western Australia, and about her years in journalism. Geraldine also shares her secrets to ageing well.

And on Your Two Cents Worth, Lex and Patricia speak with Christine David, Founder of IT for Retirees about ‘On-line Shopping’.

Posted in: Finance Pilot Season
Centrelink Service Centre

S1, E8: Finances & Ageing

Today in Episode 8 of The Baby Boomers’ Guide to Life in the 21st Century we discuss Finances & Ageing with Mehrdad Khoshab from the Commonwealth Department of Human Services Financial Information Service, and then two local older people who will  discuss how this affects them in their lives on ‘The Punters’ Panel’.

Later in the episode we speak with the face of SBS for twenty years, Mary Kostakidis, about her formative cultural experiences in a segment called ‘Nostalgia Town’.

And finally we speak with the chair of the NSW Older Women’s Network (OWN) and sometimes guest on ‘The Punters’ Panel, Beverley Baker, about NSW OWN.