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Also featuring the legend of Australian spy Laurie Matheson and Andrew Ford on Leonard Bernstein

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Helen Garner on the courts, and a cure for ageing?

By Nick Feik
Also featuring the legend of Australian spy Laurie Matheson and Andrew Ford on Leonard Bernstein

Helen Garner visits the Broadmeadows Magistrates’ Court. Ceridwen Dovey explores the work of Australian geneticist David Sinclair, who has discovered a way to reverse ageing. Thornton McCamish follows the legend of Laurie Matheson, Australia’s James Bond. Andrew Ford traces the legacy of conductor and composer Leonard Bernstein. And Paul Connolly visits the outback NSW town of Moree, where an arts project has helped turn around an Indigenous rugby league club.

 

 

Ceridwen Dovey explores the work of Australian geneticist David Sinclair
 

 

Helen Garner visits the Broadmeadows Magistrates’ Court
 

 

Andrew Ford traces the legacy of conductor and composer Leonard Bernstein
 

 

Thornton McCamish follows the legend of Laurie Matheson, Australia’s James Bond
 

 

Paul Connolly on the arts project that has helped turn around an Indigenous rugby league club
 

 

 

Presented by Nick Feik, editor of The Monthly
Produced by Sharon Davis

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