Kathy Lette, Lindy Willmott and Justin Bott

S2 E18: Voluntary Assisted Dying

Today Lex & Patricia speak with Professor Lindy Willmott about Voluntary Assisted Dying. Then Faye, Marie-Christine & Trish chat together about this in Jeff’s Cafe.

In Nostalgia Town, we speak with Puberty Blues author Kathy Lette, who rolls her eyes about surfer boys, and reveals her determination to never grow up.

On Your Two Cents Worth, Lex & Patricia speak with Justin Bott from Services Australia about Financial Support for Carers.

ean Kittson, Justin Bott and Carole Cusack

S2 E16: Religion, Spirituality & Ageing

Today Lex & Patricia speak with Professor Carole Cusack about Religion, Spirituality & Ageing. Then Joseph, Marie-Christine & Trish chat together about this at Jeff’s Cafe.

On Nostalgia Town, Lex & Patricia speak with Australian Comedy icon Jean Kittson about growing up in seaside Victoria and of her admiration for emerging Australian comedians.

On Your Two Cents Worth, Lex and Patricia speak with Justin Bott about Grandparent Advisors.

Posted in: Men Retirement Season 2
Justin Bott, Jenny Kee and David Helmers

S2 E14: Men & Ageing in Australia

On today’s episode, Lex & Patricia speak with Australian Men’s Shed CEO David Helmers about Men & Ageing in Australia. Then Joseph, Lorne & Trish chat together about this at Jeff’s Cafe.

On Nostalgia Town, Lex & Patricia speak with fashion icon Jenny Kee about growing up in Sydney and her love for Australian wool.

On Your Two Cents Worth, Lex and Patricia speak with Justin Bott from Services Australia about retirement income streams.

Mark Pearce, Shane Gould and Justin Bott

S2, E11: Volunteering & Ageing in Australia

Today, Lex & Patricia speak with the CEO of Volunteering Mark Pearce about Volunteering & Ageing in Australia. Then Jude, Patricia and Yvonne chat together about this at Jeff’s Cafe.

On Nostalgia Town, Lex speaks with Olympic Swimming Gold Medallist Shane Gould, who talks about growing up in the eastern states and Fiji, and her life-long journey to contentment.

On Your Two Cents Worth, Lex speaks with Justin Bott from Services Australia about Accommodation and Commonwealth entitlements.

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.

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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.

Posted in: Health Season 2
Col Joye Justin Bott and Martin McNamara

S2, E3: The 45 Up Study

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’.