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The Science of Us: End loneliness together

Researchers Dr Michelle Lim and Professor Catherine Haslam explore what we can do to stop feeling lonely and practical steps you can take to form meaningful relationships.

The Science of Us: Limit your screen time

Discover the latest thinking on what too much screen time does to our brains and learn scientifically proven techniques for resisting the pull of our digital devices, with Dr Mark Williams and Jonica Newby.

The Science of Us: Understand your emotions on climate change

Author of Beyond Climate Grief, award-winning science reporter Jonica Newby explores how to navigate the emotional turmoil of climate change. 

Some Space to Write

Tom Lee, Linda Jaivin, Eileen Chong and Oliver Mol discuss the works they’ve written in Sydney, or about Sydney, to draw out just what role a city plays in making writers.

Second City: Essays from Western Sydney

Contributors from Second City, an anthology published by the Sydney Review of Books, discuss new directions in non-fiction, the possibilities of essay writing and both the richness and limitations of the designation 'Western Sydney writer'.

The Science of Us: Conquer anxiety and fear

Join Dr Melissa Norberg on The Science of Us program as she talks about anxiety and fear, and how we can conquer them when they arise.


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