Real Life: a 7NEWS podcast

Real Life: a 7NEWS podcast

Real Life is a new podcast from 7NEWS, telling incredible real life stories from the famous faces you think you know, to the everyday people you may never have heard of. Subscribe or follow now, and head to 7NEWS.com/RealLife to read more about these interviews. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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April 12, 2022 14 min

For Jamie Salter, working for Cadbury's chocolate manufacturing facility in Tasmania isn't just a job. His family has notched up over 175 years combined service for the confectioner. So what has kept him coming back for 35 years when most of us are changing jobs every three years?


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After years trying to hide his differences, actor Alex Barone is now embracing them while stepping into the spotlight.


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In an age of misinformation, food scientist Ann Reardon is combating fake viral food and cooking hacks by showing the real and potentially dangerous consequences. She's behind the hit YouTube channel How To Cook That and the author of Crazy Sweet Creations, and she talks about why she spends so much time debunking these viral videos.


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Seamus Evans lived his dream of working in the media even though he had Tourette syndrome. Now he’s educating people about the condition he’s lived with all his life.


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Warning: this episode contains a first-person account of mental health issues and suicide attempts.


Josh McKenzie was a troubled teen and self-confessed 'jerk'. After struggling with his mental health for years, a break-up prompted a spiral involving alcohol, drugs and suicidal thoughts. Josh found himself on train tracks waiting for one to "take him". He survived the incident, but it left Josh a double amputee, losi...

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Helen Ainsworth may very well have the best job in the world. As Research and Development Manager for Cadbury, she gets paid to develop new chocolate flavours and eat the fruits of her labor. 


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December 20, 2021 21 min

Dylan Alcott is one of Australia's most decorated athlete's - a tennis champ who became the first male to achieve a 'Golden Slam'. But there's so much more to Dylan than tennis. We go behind the trophies and medals to get to know the real Dylan Alcott.


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