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Chaos at the Crossroads – John Stapleton
Woo’s Wonderful World of Maths – Eddie Woo
Roadies – Stuart Coupe
The Last 100 Days – Will Davies
Fathers and Daughters – Madonna King
Raising Boys – Steve Biddulph
Fatherhood – William McInnes
The Boy Crisis – Warren Farrell
Understanding Parental Alienation – Karen & Nick Woodall
The Equal Parent Presumption – Edward Kruk
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Coming up…

December 20: Ballet Brothers
Jake Burden … in conversation with Bill Kable

Jake Burden founded Ballet Brothers to support and encourage boys who love to dance. From the age of 9 Jake has had this passion to dance and we hear it today. In his dancing career Jake has danced with 4 international ballet companies. But dancing often leads to bullying and there is still a negative stigma about being a male dancer. This is why he feels dancers need to support each other and help educate the non-dancers to understand all the priceless life lessons that can be learned from dancing.

 

December 27: Dads and their Babies
Dr Dawson Cooke … in conversation with Bill Kable

New research findings from Curtin University not only dispel outdated thinking that babies are women’s business but indicate fathers are as important as mothers in developing a child’s attachment security. It’s all about being tuned in to the thoughts, feeling and intentions of family members.

“If you’re looking at the long-term impact of the child, the father is critical. It’s tragic we don’t recognise the importance of fathers more.”

Clinical Psychologist & Researcher, Dr Dawson Cooke, joins us in the studio to tell us about his latest research.


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