Insight

June 2021
52:44

The Deaf Divide

3.0 18 x
Technological advances have changed the lives of many deaf people for the better, but for others, it’s an unwelcome intervention and an ethical dilemma. How have devices like cochlear implants shaped the deaf community, and how can we bridge the divide between the deaf and hearing worlds? This episode is English with close...
53:27

The Deaf Divide (English and Auslan)

4.0 16 x
Technological advances have changed the lives of many deaf people for the better, but for others, it’s an unwelcome intervention and an ethical dilemma. How have devices like cochlear implants shaped the deaf community, and how can we bridge the divide between the deaf and hearing worlds? This episode is in English and A...
51:45

Calling It Quits

4.0 12 x
On this episode of Insight, Kumi Taguchi speaks to people who dedicated their lives to a passion - and then walked away from it all. How did they reckon with the decision to call it quits on a lifetime pursuit and move on afterwards? Producer: Amanda Xiberras Associate producer: Jordan Osborne
May 2021
51:33

Caring For Ageing Parents

3.0 9 x
The majority of older Australians want to remain in their own home as they age but many will need assistance to do that successfully. So what conversations need to happen to help your parents to stay independent? Producer: Alex Tarney Associate Producer: Maria Nguyen-Emmett, Anushri Sood
51:10

Intuition

4.0 6 x
Intuition is that feeling you get when you instinctively know something is right or wrong without conscious reasoning. When should you use it and can we learn to use it better? Insight meets people who use intuition to make decisions and find out what impact it’s had on their lives. Producer: Jodie Noyce Associate Producer...
52:40

Coercive Control in Relationships

4.0 17 x
From monitoring your phone and movements to controlling what you wear, what you eat and who you see, coercive control is an insidious, pervasive and dangerous form of abuse. Insight finds out what coercive control is whether it should be a crime. Producer: Rebecca Baillie Associate Producer: Harrison Johnstone
51:54

Going Bald: The Reality of Losing Your Hair

4.5 17 x
More than just a bad hair day, hair loss can be confronting, upsetting and even dehumanising. Insight hears from people who’ve experienced female and male pattern baldness, and the autoimmune condition alopecia areata, about what they did to treat or accept their hair loss. Producer: Nicola McCaskill Associate Producer: J...
April 2021
52:13

Hurt At Work

3.0 9 x
What happens after you get hurt at work? Insight looks at the current systems in place which aim to get workers back on the job - but what does that actually involve? And what are the effects on the injured worker, both physically and mentally? Producer: Amanda Xiberras Associate producers: Harrison Johnstone and Connor W...
51:48

Giving Birth Better

3.0 11 x
One third of Australian women who give birth report their experience as traumatic, whether through physical injury or psychological effects. But many women suffer in silence. This episode of Insight explores the impacts of birth trauma and what can be done to ensure better outcomes for women and their families. Producer: R...
51:42

While You Were Sleeping

3.0 7 x
When they should be safely curled up in bed, some people are up walking, running, eating and fighting – all in their sleep. What kinds of strange things do people do while they’re asleep, and why can’t we stop them from happening? Producer: Nicola McCaskill Associate Producer: Maria Nguyen-Emmett
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