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Our Boys – Ruth Kerr & Richard Aston
Understanding Parental Alienation – Karen & Nick Woodall
Separate Well or Separation Hell – Peter Nowosielski & Eric De Bruyn
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Coming up…

February 22: Fathers Reaching Out
Mark Williams … in conversation with Bill Kable 

Mark Williams is an author, blogger, vlogger and most importantly an activist for mental health. He has written about Fathers’ mental health in several publications and has appeared numerous times on radio and TV. Mark has spoken at over 100 conferences and has previously delivered workshops in Australia.

Mark has set up many projects and organisations including Fathers Reaching Out and Dads Matter UK and now works as a consultant to help other organisations build better Men’s Mental Health groups.

March 1: Working Class Boy
Jimmy Barnes … in conversation with Bill Kable

Long before Cold Chisel and Barnesy, long before the tall tales of success and excess, there was the true story of James Dixon Swan - a working class boy whose family made the journey from Scotland to Australia in search of a better life. Working Class Boy is a powerful reflection on a traumatic and violent childhood which fuelled the excess and recklessness that would define, and almost destroy, the rock’n’roll legend.


 March 8: Not All Superheroes Wear Capes 
Quentin Kenihan … in conversation with Bill Kable 

Our guest today first came to public attention over thirty years ago when he was interviewed by Mike Willesee for national TV. All these years later we hear again from Quentin about a series of extraordinary experiences, superhero adventures and also trips to the other end of the spectrum when it all seemed very bleak.

At times Quentin has battled depression, loneliness, fear, anxiety and pain. But Quentin has never let disappointment keep him low for long. Before you know it he has his zest for life back again and he is off chasing another goal from his bucket list that is constantly being updated.


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