50 years of delivering babies
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Trailblazing obstetrician, Caroline De Costa was instrumental in the fight for women's reproductive rights, both here in Australia, and in Ireland. She'll tell us what's changed about the way we have babies in the past fifty years, and what's in our future too. Plus Amal Awad on her exploration of 'New Age' philosophies and the people who practise them.
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