Kate McClymont on dirt, death and determination. (Rebroadcast)
Morris Gleitzman on writing big stories for little people.
Tim Flannery on fossils, adventure and Indigenous mentors.
Rob Wiblin on effective altruism and making the most of your 80,000 hours.
Bruce Pascoe on Understanding Australia's Indigenous Past (and Why It Matters to Our Future).
Robert Putnam on Bowling Alone and living together.
Craig Foster on Socceroos, SBS and Human Rights.
Sheridan Harbridge on cabaret, comedy and creativity.
Kurt Fearnley on Kokoda, struggles and gratitude (Rebroadcast).
Tony Wheeler on Making the Planet Less Lonely
With excerpts from Joe Cocker's song Space Captain from the album Mad Dogs & Englishmen.
Jessie Porteus on learning law, mentoring and 1990s rock.
Cordelia Fine on Female Brains, Boys' Toys and Other Delusions of Gender
Nat Heath on Ironman Triathlons and Indigenous Identity
Lindsay Oades on happiness and positive psychology.
Michelle Knox, death expert and mortal realist.
Ben Vasiliou on respecting and supporting homeless Australians.
Eitan Hersh on why local service beats political hobbyism.
You can find out more about Eitan's book Politics Is for Power - How to Move Beyond Political Hobbyism, Take Action, and Make Real Change here.
Randolph Sparks on chronic pain and positive psychology
Justin Wolfers on impact, feminism and economics.
(With occasional accompaniment by Senate bells.)
Steve Biddulph on the secret to happy children.
Michelle Simmons on working at the frontier of quantum computing.
Frank Ostaseski on what death can teach us about living fully.
Frank's website, The Five Invitations, is here.
Erna Walraven on what wild animals teach us about leadership.
You can learn more about Erna and find details about her book Wild Leadership here.
Andy Macqueen on exploring the Australian bush.
Find out more about Andy's books here.
Bill Crews on Exodus, talkback and compassion.
Jamil Jivani on Young Men and the Allure of Violence.
You can find out more about Jivan's book Why Young Men here.
Jonathan Haidt on the Coddling of the American Mind.
To mark The Good Life's 100th episode, we're conducting a listener survey.
The survey is HERE. It will take you about a minute, and gives you a chance to suggest who you'd like to hear from in future episodes.
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N.B. in our conversation, Jonathan recommends an illustrated edition of John Stuart-Mill's writings on free speech, you can download it HERE.
Tim the Yowie Man on extraordinary exploration.