72. Joshua Gans on Parentonomics

July 27, 2018

Joshua Gans on Parentonomics.

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70. Yuki Kawauchi, Japan’s citizen runner

July 12, 2018

Yuki Kawauchi, Japan's citizen runner.

My thanks to Brett Larner of Japan Running News, for helping me connect with Yuki, and Yoshimi Kobayashi of Destination Gold Coast for translating our conversation.

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69. Oz Harvest founder Ronni Kahn on kibbutz life, gratitude and the colour yellow

July 6, 2018

Oz Harvest founder Ronni Kahn on kibbutz life, gratitude and the colour yellow

(Photo by Anthony Geernaert)

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68. Tim Soutphommasane on racism, patriotism & culinary multiculturalism

June 29, 2018

Tim Soutphommasane on racism, patriotism & culinary multiculturalism.

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67. Anne Aly on discrimination, terrorism & the shiny kettle

June 22, 2018

Anne Aly on discrimination, terrorism & the shiny kettle.

To find out more about Anne's book, Finding My Place: From Cairo to Canberra - the irresistible story of an irrepressible woman

click here.

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66. Libby Lyons on gender equality, mortality and public life

June 15, 2018

Libby Lyons on gender equality, mortality and public life.

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65. Clyde Rathbone on Karma, Wallabies and the Black Dog

June 8, 2018

Clyde Rathbone on Karma, Wallabies and the Black Dog.

 

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64. Robert Putnam on Bowling Alone and living together

June 1, 2018

Robert Putnam on Bowling Alone and living together.

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63. Natalie Jeremijenko on feral robotic dogs, texting fish and inverted trees

May 24, 2018

Natalie Jeremijenko on feral robotic dogs, texting fish and inverted trees.

Photo by Robert P. Cohen

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