Is five star food labelling telling us the truth?, winging it on a motorbike, the beauty of NW Tasmania, and the wider career of The Love Boat bartender.
Should we be throwing out less, how do you make life not just bearable, but enjoyable, after a stroke and the dilemma of working for an environmental vandal.
A new intervention program helping stop bullying in schools, how a new childrens book series aims to encourage young girls to enjoy tech and the creative benefits, neuroscience and history of walking.
Hearing from you on modelling drinking in front of your children and teenagers, a couple take a wild motorbike ride and Ted Lange talks about his years starring on The Loveboat.
Does our food star rating system need changing, the experiences of three women and their relationship with sex and, helping teenagers to receive apologies for a better home environment.
Menopause specialists warn against dangers of "bioidentical hormones". Can we break our bond to devices we don't use? Three young women take us their special places in North West Tasmania.
River of Languages exhibition celebrates Australia’s linguistic diversity, a new podcast unveils the wonder behind food, author Michael Pollen on taking psychedelics for therapeutic benefits, and husky sledding in central Victoria.
Contemplating the cultural significance of the moon landing 50 years on, Australia's journey towards aviation glory, the dilemma of personal space in the workplace.
Talkback on living with and managing allergies and how music can help you find something to believe in.
The challenges of aged care in rural, regional and remote areas. Why Michael Pollan decided hitting sixty was a good time to try LSD. Will you be prepared if the apocalypse comes?
Making sure school leavers consider all forms of future education and training, celebrating Indigenous languages and helping kids to become more knowledgeable about food.
The history of broadcasting live from Victorian prisons during NAIDOC week, a journey to Egypt to scatter ashes and how to race Husky dogs when there's no snow.
Nelson Mandela's grandson writes about his relationship with the legendary leader, a 4 year old discovers the power of piano, the emotional minefield of rehoming your dog, and needlepointing the industry around you.
Helping children with learning difficulties, changing the way we think about insomnia and cooking with Jewish grandparents.
How do people experience the midlife crisis, Ndaba Mandela on being the grandson of Nelson and the joy of backyard birds.
Building community amongst the urban sprawl, John Birmingham on his father, and sustainable cut flowers.
Exploring financial security, finding a new home for your pet and using needlepoint to illustrate industrial landscapes.
How to practice compassion, caring for the land in your local area and voiceover man Lofty Fulton.
Renowned writer Luke Carman explores his own mental health in his collection of short stories, what is restless legs syndrome?, the pleasure of a community choir, and behind the velvet curtain with two magicians.
Michael Mosley and Claire Bailey share what they have learned about a healthy life, how to combat game addiction, the modern dilemma of parental boasting.
A look into a succesful trial where participants were paid to quit smoking, how the age of sexual freedom might be impacting our sexual desire and what it means to be a writer with borderline personality disorder.
How does commuting to work effect your life, snake encounters, and how to deal with restless leg syndrome.
We want to help the Great Barrier Reef but don't know how, the complexities of domestic violence and being a magician on the side of your day job.
A look at the gap in educational outcomes between city students and those living in regional, rural and remote areas, how incentives work in everyday life, and the benefits of singing in a community choir.
Unmasking the real history of identifying our flora and fauna, teaching teens to say sorry and mean it, proudly going naked for art when you're over 50, and finding out what it really means to be food critic.
Examining the health and security concerns of 5G, the miners who have bonded over their search for opal, and the dilemma of gifting botox for an 18th birthday.
New research shows women need to take better care of their cardiovascular health, why expressing our feelings at work can be difficult, and learning about the crucial role Indigenous Australians have played in what we understand about native animals.
Researchers talk about how marketers are targeting children online, an expert on how drugs affect the brain reflects on her own issues with drug addiction and we go undercover with a food reviewer.
Discussing how society views women if they choose to child free, moving to an island to heal deep wounds, and how to apologise authentically.
A study reveals what teenagers think about religion, a new comedy focusses on a mother's love for her child, however embarrassing, and celebrating women’s bodies after the age of 50.
Two acclaimed female pilots reflect on their extraordinary battle to be recognised by a male dominated industry, why a 36 year old man from Bunbury is now a first year apprentice plumber, a lake in FNQ provides solace from the world, and how to stop textiles entering landfill.
Surviving renovation nightmares, and RJ Mitte reflects on life after 'Breaking Bad' and how the arts can be more inclusive of people with disabilities.
How can we get teens to be more active, stories about the time you "split" from a person, place or part of your life and parenting after the apocalypse.
Voluntary assisted dying laws come into force in Victoria. She dreamed of being an interior designer. Now she's invented a 3D-printed replacement for human bone. Burning question - can I recycle clothes too old to give to charity?
Study calls on better support for multiple birth families. Why are we so obsessed with public apologies? Success as a 36 year old apprentice .
As soon as she was in the air, she knew she wanted to fly for the rest of her life. Beyond the Outback. Putting the pieces of yourself back together at your favourite place.
One regional town's health transformation. Modern Dilemma - two romantic suitors, who and how do you choose? 10 | Get Up Mum — Burnie Time Park.
Talkback: why aren't more dads taking parental leave? 09 | Get Up Mum — The Attack.
Where does your data go and who has control of it? The science is in - women like it hot. 08 | Get Up Mum — The Puzzle.
Reverse mentoring teaches an ageing workforce new skills. Teen Matters - how to win and lose with grace. 07 | Get Up Mum — Thinking is Drilling.
Is it time to eliminate period shame once and for all? How does food influence our sense of belonging? 06 | Get Up Mum — Nan and Jupiter.
A renowned education consultant says Australia has the means to turn around our classroom outcomes, a long time Sydney cafe has seen trends and customers wax and wane, helping a sheep give birth when the vet isn't within reach, and the pros and cons of bringing your dog to the workplace.
Is it time to stop pretending that diets actually work? Modern Dilemma - my daughter's friends constantly ask her to lend her interior design skills for free. 05 | Get Up Mum — Jesus Was Here.
Talkback - modern family, choosing multi-generational living. Life in 500 Words - Louise goes into the breech. 04 | Get Up Mum — Sea of Dreams.
How to increase the green spaces in our cities. Burning Question - high blood pressure. 03 | Get Up Mum — About Mum.
Does Australia need a rethink on the future of education? 02 | Get Up Mum — Come and Get Me. Dogs in workplaces 101.
How to not get divorced – a step by step guide. 01 | Get Up Mum — Slide Night. Shutting up shop after three decades at The Cosmopolitan.
Mentoring First Nations people into corporate Australia, empowering migrant women to create new lives, how we ignore facts in our dire world view, and meeting an activist master mariner.
Reflecting on the revolutionary impact of the "five stages of dying" model. Putting your children to sleep to the sound of First Nations bedtime stories. Modern Dilemma - when the shared family holiday goes awry.
How does gambling culture impact children? A memoir of motherhood, migration and mental illness. Madeleine Habib—Tasmania's humanitarian master mariner .