Expect engaging discussions with real people and inspiring stories connecting communities across Victoria, on The Conversation Hour with Richelle Hunt and Jonathon Kendall.
What does it mean to be a Collingwood supporter?
In this edition of The Conversation Hour the team explore the history of the Collingwood Football Club and ask why the clubs supporters are among the most maligned.
What is the best way to keep wildlife off the roads?
Recent discussions have focused on how effective road signs are for keeping wildlife safe. In this edition of The Conversation Hour the team look a number of different measures taken to keep wildlife off the road.
Are you caring for a loved one with dementia?
In this edition of The Conversation Hour we delve into what it means to care for someone with dementia — what support is available and how to prevent discrimination.
When was the last time you caught a bus?
Over 80 per cent of Melburnians live within a 5-minute walk of a bus stop, yet only 1 in 3 consider occasionally travelling by bus.
Why aren't more Victorians learning a second language?
In this edition of The Conversation we look at the value in learning a second language and look at what needs to happen to enable more people to engage with languages.
What can manufacturers and retailers do to reduce plastics?
A few months ago the state and federal governments agreed to impose mandatory packaging rules to force industry to reduce packaging waste and boost recycling. There’ll be public consultation on that before the end of the year, so you’ll get a say.
From Santa Rosa, California.
Originally from Melbourne, I get homesick listening to this podcast, as it keeps me updated on what's happening back home. Thanks "Auntie" and thank you Jon. A great show.