Complete Episode

Today in Episode 1 of The Baby Boomers’ Gude to Life in the 21st Century we discuss Ageism, Discrimination & Stigma with Australia’s first Age Discrimination Commissioner, Susan Ryan, 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 John Bell of the Bell Shakespeare Company about his formative cultural experiences in a segment called ‘Nostalgia Town’. ‘Nostalgia Town’ is a weekly segment where we hear a well-known older Australian talk about their formative cultural experiences.

And we speak with the Inner West Council’s Healthy Ageing Programs Supervisor, Mary Ciantar, who spoke to us on ‘Out & About’, where she tells us what’s on in the Inner West for older people. [This material is now out of date and has been removed].

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The Expert Speaks

In this episode of ‘The Baby Boomers’ Guide to Life in the 21st Century’ on ‘The Expert Speaks’, we hear Susan Ryan, Australia’s first Age Discrimination Commissioner discuss Ageism, Discrimination & Stigma. [This interview is longer and more wide ranging than that broadcast].

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The Punters Panel

The two studio guests on ‘The Punters’ Panel’ who chew the fat on this episode’s theme are Joseph Furolo and Beverley Baker.

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Nostalgia Town

On ‘Nostalgia Town’, we hear from John Bell of the Bell Shakespeare Company about his formative cultural experiences. [This interview  is longer and more wide ranging than that broadcast].

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Out & About

After that on ‘Out & About’ we heard from the Inner West Council’s Healthy Ageing Programs Supervisor, Mary Ciantar, who told us us ‘What’s On’ in the Inner West for older people. [This material is now out of date and is not available].

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