150 episodes

Andrew Leigh interviews people on living a happy, healthy and ethical life

The Good Life: Andrew Leigh in Conversation Andrew Leigh

    • Self-Improvement
    • 4.8 • 115 Ratings

Andrew Leigh interviews people on living a happy, healthy and ethical life

    135. Graham Walker on the joy of science

    135. Graham Walker on the joy of science

    Graham Walker on the joy of science.
    You can watch Graham's Fenner Lecture: Extraordinary Experiments - Science you can feel here.

    • 46 min
    Kate McClymont on dirt, death and determination (Rebroadcast)

    Kate McClymont on dirt, death and determination (Rebroadcast)

    Kate McClymont on dirt, death and determination. (Rebroadcast)

    • 47 min
    Eddie Woo on the joy of maths (Rebroadcast)

    Eddie Woo on the joy of maths (Rebroadcast)

    Eddie Woo on the joy of maths. (Rebroadcast)

    • 45 min
    Morris Gleitzman on writing big stories for little people (Rebroadcast)

    Morris Gleitzman on writing big stories for little people (Rebroadcast)

    Morris Gleitzman on writing big stories for little people.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    134. Ginger Gorman on Dealing With Online Trolls

    134. Ginger Gorman on Dealing With Online Trolls

    Ginger Gorman on dealing with online trolls.

    • 53 min
    Tim Flannery on fossils, adventure and Indigenous mentors (Rebroadcast)

    Tim Flannery on fossils, adventure and Indigenous mentors (Rebroadcast)

    Tim Flannery on fossils, adventure and Indigenous mentors.

    • 55 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
115 Ratings

115 Ratings

KokoKx ,

Great podcast

One of my favourite podcasts, many thanks Andrew. You always make a point of it being politics-free but our politics desperately needs your intelligent, humane and ethical approach. Why not have a few episodes specially focussed on how to have a more productive and more ethical national politics?

Lvd16 ,

A Good Life with Andrew Leigh

Always thoughtful and uplifting.

jillianesther ,

Insightful

Nice mix of well-known, inspiring interviewees, and great to hear from less public figures too. I hear many insights that are applicable to my own life. I have two gripes however - nearly all the interviewees report a positive regard for their parents. I would like to hear from more people that have had a less than ideal childhood, but have managed a ‘good life’ nonetheless. My other gripe is that the interviewer’s voice is often too loud compared to the guest, which makes listening hard with earphones or while driving.

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