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In an age of salacious, youth-oriented media, Andrew Denton is heading in the opposite direction and seeking the stories of our elders. He will explore six very different lives in search of that almost-out-of-fashion idea: wisdom.
|S01E01||Sir David Attenborough||16/06/2008||The first in the six-part "Elders" series, this episode brings you the interview with Sir David Attenborough as he talks about his life experiences after a lifetime exploring the world.|
|S01E02||Dame Elisabeth Murdoch||23/06/2008||In the second part of the six-part "Elders" series, Andrew Denton chats with Dame Elisabeth Murdoch about her long life, love story, family and philanthrophy.|
|S01E03||Isabel Allende||30/06/2008||In the third part of the "Elders" series, the deeply passionate, insightful and spirited Isabel Allende takes us through her life's most difficult moments that shaped her life now.|
|S01E04||Helen Thomas||07/07/2008||This fourth part of the "Elders" series features Helen Thomas, the doyenne of the White House Press Corps - from JFK to George W. Bush, she has reported on the highs and lows of world politics for 57 years.|
|S01E05||Bob Hawke||14/07/2008||This fifth part of the 'Elders' series features Bob Hawke, Australia's longest serving Labor Prime Minister. From the Prime Ministership to the life lessons he's learned, he is still very much the passionate intellectual.|
|S01E06||Father Des Reid||21/07/2008||This sixth part of the 'Elders' series features Father Des Reid. For over half a century as a Catholic priest, he has ministered to people on three continents - from isolated communities in east Africa to illegal immigrants in Australian detention centres.|
|S02E01||Alan Alda||16/11/2009||He is a man that makes us smile... The New York Times called him "a state of mind".|
|S02E02||Helen Bamber||23/11/2009||Helen Bamber has devoted six decades of her life to issues most of us would rather not think about: genocide, ethnic violence, slavery and torture. Based in London, this pint-sized therapist and human-rights campaigner, calls herself "a witness to the vulnerability of humanity".|
|S02E03||Clive James||30/11/2009||His talent for using precisely the right word at the right time has won him acclaim as a television and literary critic in the 1970's, and as TV presenter through the 80's and 90's. He's written over 30 books, and is said to own thousands.|
|S02E04||Muhammad Yunus||07/12/2009||From one of the world's poorest countries, comes a man with one of the world's richest imaginations, so limitless, that, for him, the idea of consigning poverty to history doesn't seem far-fetched. In Bangladesh, 35 years ago, during a terrible famine, he had a simple idea: lend money to the poorest of the poor then watch as they transform their lives.|
|S02E05||Rosalie Kunoth-Monks||14/12/2009||In 1955, the movie JEDDA plucked a 16 year old girl from the desert and catapulted her into celluloid history. Daring and controversial, the film revealed an epic tale of passion and divided cultures with Aboriginal actors in the leading roles.|
|S02E06||Richard Dawkins||21/12/2009||Richard Dawkins is the essence of scientific reason, an evolutionary biologist, a best-selling author, and strident atheist. He's been declared one of the most influential - and provocative - thinkers of our time.|