Complete Episode

Today in Episode 9 of The Baby Boomers’ Guide to Life in the 21st Century we discuss Grief, Bereavement & Ageing with Christopher Hall, Chief Executive Officer with the Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement, and then two local older people who will  discuss how this affects them in their lives on ‘The Punters’ Panel’.

Later in the episode in ‘Nostalgia Town’, we speak with Rampaging Roy Slaven himself, John Doyle, about his formative cultural experiences growing up over The Blue Mountains in Lithgow.

And finally we speak with Rita Tratt of the NSW Older Women’s Network (OWN) Theatre Group about their work, and about their recent appearance at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival with their Elder Abuse theatre piece ‘Don’t Knock your Granny’.

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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 discuss Grief, Bereavement & Ageing with Christopher Hall, Chief Executive Officer with the Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement.

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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 Beverley Baker and Caroline Pryor.

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Nostalgia Town

On ‘Nostalgia Town’, we hear from Rampaging Roy Slaven himself, John Doyle, about his formative cultural experiences growing up over The Blue Mountains in Lithgow.

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Out & About

On ‘Out & About’ today we spoke with Rita Tratt of the NSW Older Women’s Network (OWN) Theatre Group about their work, and about their recent appearance at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival with their Elder Abuse theatre piece ‘Don’t Knock your Granny.

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