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Suddenly Senior

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Suddenly Senior

Angela Catterns & Ian Rogerson

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Suddenly Senior – For anyone who’s getting old…. or planning to. Angela Catterns and Ian Rogerson have been buddies since the 80s after working together at radio station Double J. Now they’re considered ‘veterans of the industry’ and they’re not sure they like it. Join them and their friends in a no-holds-barred exploration of ageing as they navigate their way through all the glories and indignities of getting old.
 
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At iZotope, we love audio in all its shapes and forms. “The New Audio Podcast” is a forum for iZotope to have candid, spirited, and informal conversations with audio engineers, producers, and musicians. We’ll get to the bottom of things, chat about industry trends, music, and even meet some of iZotope’s talented core of audio professionals. If you like well-informed and wide-ranging discussions about the world of audio, this podcast is for you.
 
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It’s been some decades since Derek Smalls came to fame as the bass player in the rock band Spinal Tap. A documentary about the band made him a household name but the phone hasn’t rung much in the years after its release. He did release a solo album with help from the British Fund for Ageing Rockers but now spends most of time reading crime fiction …
 
A true trail blazer in sports journalism Debbie Spillane was the first woman to commentate cricket on ABC Radio. She went on to co-host Hard Coffee on triple j, and then claim the Australian Sports Commission Media Award for Lifetime Achievement. Now happily retired and bra-less on the NSW mid-North Coast she doesn’t want to do anything other than …
 
Joe Camilleri has been rocking the blues groove for decades and with a string of hits to name has well deserved his place in the ARIA Hall of Fame. Ask him what shape he’s in these days and he reckons that he feels 25 on stage, but 105 as soon as he gets off. When he’s not touring he retreats to his country home, writes music, prunes the plum trees…
 
There’s not much that Wendy Harmer hasn’t conquered. A successful comedian, author, and broadcaster, she’s recently stepped aside from a very demanding breakfast radio gig. Now she’s looking forward to a relaxing lie down while she mentally adjusts to the next chapter in her life. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
After being at the helm of Vogue Australia for more than a decade Kirstie Clements knows a thing or two about style. She’s a senior now too, so she’s well placed to offer sartorial tips to those of us who can’t find our older style groove. Her advice? Buy fewer and buy better.... and wear whatever the fuck you like. See omnystudio.com/listener for …
 
With a career dating back to the 60s Richard Clapton has given Australia some of its greatest hits. While he’s thankful for a vocation which has kept him young at heart, he’s disappointed in the generation that made him a star. Folk in their 70s he says, need to reawaken their inner rebel and start fighting again for things that are important. See …
 
Having spent much of her career in the youth dominated advertising industry, Jane Caro knows well the euphemisms of ageist talk. She says the best thing about ageing is realising you don’t need other people’s approval and losing your shame. She’s not so keen on Moreton’s Neuroma but refuses to give up high heels. See omnystudio.com/listener for pri…
 
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