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Completely superficial treatment of the subject. Really worthless. Might as well not have bothered. Also Norman’s comment about husbands not bothering their husbands - really trivializing what is a serious concern for many relationships
Some episodes are fascinating but I mainly use it to sleep
Just found this podcast and love it. Thank you!
I’ve been listening to the Health Report for years, but like all ABC content I’m giving it up. Unsubscribed from today. The endless North Korean style far-right Royalist propaganda for slave-wealth billionairess Liz Windsor makes it clear the ABC is just and only an enforcer of official ideology. A sad end to an institution that once had decent values.
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