Complete Episode

On today’s episode of Baby Boomers Guide to Life in the 21st Century, we speak with Doctor Martin McNamara of The Sax Institute about The 45 Up Study. Then our Punters’ Panel of Cherie, Jude and Lucille talk about how studies like these affect them in their lives.

Then on Nostalgia Town, Patricia speaks with Australian Music Legend, Col Joye, who tells us about growing up poor in Sydney, and about his years on the road as a working musician.

And on Your Two Cents Worth, Lex speaks with Justin Bott of Service Australia about ‘Entitlements’.

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45 Up Study

The SAX Institute 45 and up logo

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The Expert Speaks

On today’s episode, we speak with Doctor Martin McNamara of The Sax Institute about The 45 Up Study. Then our Punters’ Panel of Cherie, Jude and Lucille talk about how studies like these affect them in their lives.

The SAX Institute 45 and up logo

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Nostalgia Town

On Nostalgia Town, Patricia speaks with Australian Music Legend, Col Joye, who tells us about growing up poor in Sydney, and about his years on the road as a working musician.

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Your Two Cents Worth

Included in Season 2 each week Lex and Patricia have an extra segment called “Your Two Cents Worth”. In this segment, our hosts will have a special guest or broach a topic to help you navigate the tricky world of finances, economic security and planning.

On Your Two Cents Worth this week, Lex speaks with Justin Bott of Service Australia about ‘Entitlements’.

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