In this episode by the University of Canberra, we share stories about people and places trying to make the world a better place.
There's a pro surfer who is trying to make mental health a 'cool' thing to talk about.
We speak with a former Australian coach about all the work still be done for women in sport.
We go to a festival for dogs with an important message about caring for pets.
And we look at the legacy we'll all leave in trying to make the world a better place.
Host: Andrew Ford
'The Good Human' - Reporter: James Herring
'Sport Has No Gender' - Reporter: Sonia Emanuel
'The Living And The Dead' - Reporter: Lucy Monaghan
'The underdog' - Reporter: Lyndsey Turnbull
'There Is Only The Unknown Ahead' - GetMusic
'Walk Through The City' - Alex_Besss
'Chilled Summer Nights' - RoundnoteAudio
'Harmony In Ultra Blue' - LEXMusic
'Silent Cry' - Valster
'Lost Friend' - Roman Gorielov
'Loneliness' - EasyTunes
'Somewhere An Angel' - IVLIOR
'Wake Up' - vitaminsound
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