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Fri Mar 21 17:05:08 2014 UTCviaf-1456261240.10The humane virtues0.200.47Modern feminist thought145626124ABC Radio NationalRadio Nationallccn-n85153017Australian Broadcasting Corporationviaf-140082082ABC Audioviaf-92077218Doogue, Geraldine1947-viaf-151787826ABC Radio Tapeslccn-no2006127936Jones, Caroline(Caroline Mary Newman)1938-lccn-n99022865Bell, John1940-lccn-n50043329Dowrick, Stephanielccn-no2002084617ABC Radio (Australia)np-williams, robyn$1944Williams, Robyn1944-np-swan, normanSwan, NormanAustralian Broadcasting CorporationRadio NationalHistoryInterviewsPersonal narratives‡vAustralianHumorBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcAustraliaConduct of lifeTurkey--GallipoliWorld War (1914-1918)Military campaignsVirtuesSelf-actualization (Psychology)Social historyInterpersonal relationsSelf-perceptionSelf-acceptancePerfection--Psychological aspectsInterviewsBell, John,Allen, DavidaTolerationMiddle AgesCivilizationHistory, ModernSmith, Martin Cruz,Carroll, J. R.--(John R.),James, P. 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M. HJohn Bell reads from Manning Clark's History of AustraliaHistory162ocn225812697rcrd19960.10Dowrick, StephanieThe humane virtuesThe 'humane virtues' - practices which have immediate social and personal benefit - are the topics of six talks recorded between Stephanie Dowrick and Geraldine Doogue on ABC Radio National's Life Matters. Courage, fidelity, restraint, generosity, tolerance and forgiveness are explored. Returned repeateddly to, the theme that these virtues, far from being deadening or restraining, actually lead to authentic expression and experience of freedom, awareness and love152ocn222779071rcrd20000.22A thousand years in a dayHistorical turning points from th 11th to 20th century131ocn706552836rcrd20100.10Dowrick, StephanieForgiveness & other acts of love the humane virtures"In this series of six dynamic, inspirationaly discussions with leading broadcaster Geraldine Doogue, Dr Stephanie Dowrick shows how deeply these qualities can support us in times of need - and how they can free us to think about our lives with greater confidence and freedom. " -- Back cover133ocn174030880rcrd20020.15Crime writers talkInterviewsABC Radio National's Roma Koval presents a series of interviews with some of the world's most intriguing practitioners of crime writing. Some of the genre's eminent crime writers discuss their inspirations for the heinous crimes committed and characters created in their works+-+7085135926324131ocn221617867rcrd19940.10Hayes, MikeTell us anotheree!Humor131ocn221877343rcrd19950.21Cox, EvaA truly civil societyEva Cox argues that the present directions in government policy seem to ignore or undervalue many of the issues, which puts quality of life, the social system and human needs well behind wealth creation. Even though they may build financial capital, they may be undermining our resources in social capital, which Ms. Cox defines as the store of trust, goodwill and co-operation between people in the workplace, voluntary organisations, the neighbourhood and all levels of government102ocn298675096rcrd20080.28A great and crying need a history of Kew CottagesHistory"Kew Cottages was Australia's largest and oldest purpose built institution for people with intellectual disability. Opened in 1887, it housed thousands of people, over more than a century, before its closure in early 2008. Located on large grounds in the Melbourne suburb of Kew, the last of the cottages' residents have been moved into Community Residential Units, or CRUs. The story of Kew Cottages charts the wider history of changing attitudes to people with disability, and the role of institutional care. This program features the stories of former residents and their families, as well as staff and specialists who worked at Kew Cottages"--ABC website91ocn222655247rcrd19990.27Clendinnen, IngaTrue storiesHistory91ocn221982061rcrd19950.10Paterson, A. BPoetryThis cassette contains a selection of works from Australia's most famous poet, Banjo Paterson. Born Andrew Barton Paterson on 17th February, 1864 at Narrambla near Orange in NSW, he began writing verses as a law student. His first poem 'El Mahdi to the Australian troops' was published in the Bulletin in February 1885. In celebration of the writing of Waltzing Matilda this light and enjoyable compilation of works by Banjo Paterson includes a selection of his most famous poems along with some lesser known yarns, ballads and folk music. Classics included: A bush christening and Santa Claus in the bush91ocn156866679rcrd20040.17Stories from GallipoliHistoryPersonal narratives AustralianSteve Sailah from ABC Radio Current Affairs interviewed six Australians who took part in a young nation's first major military campaign at Gallipoli in 1915. These original Anzacs have since passed on. But their stories remain fresh - the stories of naive young men eager to defend the mother country but who had no concept of the horrors they would encounter and the wretched conditions they would endure82ocn223868046rcrd20020.10Caldwell, ZoeI will be CleopatraBiographyZoe Caldwell is one of the great stage actors of our time who has worked with such luminaries as Paul Robeson, Laurence Olivier, Edith Evans, John Gielgud and Tennessee Williams. In this enchanting memoir she describes a life which begins in the suburbs of Melbourne and culminates in her portrayal of Cleopatra, Shakespeare's great female role. A moving and often funny story by a modest and determined woman, I will be Cleopatra reveals the very heart of acting itself81ocn221673254rcrd19940.10Stow, RandolphThe Merry-go-round in the sea81ocn221853779rcrd19950.47Modern feminist thought81ocn221714767rcrd19930.47Democracy & nationHistory81ocn221026733rcrd19880.24The war at homeA series about life in Australia during the Second World War, using contemporary radio broadcasts and recent interviews71ocn224027016rcrd20040.10Soldier settlersThis remarkable radio series tells the experiences of those who settled the land after World War II as soldier settlers. Young men and women still fresh from the war, took part in what was one of the most influential schemes to affect rural Australia. It was an opportunity to make something of themselves after growing up through the Great Depression and years of wartime. For many, it was better than wining tatts!71ocn222821616rcrd19990.16Dowrick, StephanieThe art of acceptance living well in an imperfect worldIn this series of four in-depth talks recorded between Stephanie Dowrick and Geraldine Doogue for Radio National, we are invited to reflect on the generous art of acceptance. This does not mean ceasing to hope for the best, but it does encourage a kinder and more truthful way of viewing our lives, as well as the wider world of natural beauty and social affairs61ocn221634049rcrd19940.47American music & popular cultureHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcExamines different categories and sub-categories of American popular music in the light of their social context and their historical evolution. Looks at the themes and functions of the music, the performers and their audiences, and the impact of technology. Examples of each style are played and discussed11ocn223258573rcrd20010.47Historic moments, music and memoirs from the ABC Radio archivesHistory+-+7085135926324+-+7085135926324Fri Mar 21 15:16:45 EDT 2014batch25616