Kinderling Conversation

Essential advice on parenting and children, followed by a guided meditation. Weekdays at 12pm.

It takes a village to raise a child - welcome to ours! Join host and mum-of-two Shevonne Hunt for friendly advice, interviews and insightful tips. 

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Catch up on the latest episodes

Thu 25 January 2018

30 mins
Featured the following interviews

How to talk to kids about Australia Day

For some Australians, January 26th is a day to be proud of our national achievemnets But our history when it comes to Indigenous Australians is far from something to be…
8 mins

What does it take to make a modern nursery rhyme?

Tired of Twinkle Twinkle? Think Humpty Dumpty is just a bit too weird Musician Benny Time has just released a new album Beyond The Little Star: a kids' album with…
14 mins

Wed 24 January 2018

28 mins
Featured the following interviews

Why we need to raise our boys as feminists

Chyloe Kurdas, founder of Own Journey Travel and equality advocate, has previously explained how we can raise strong girls In this interview she talks about how important it is…
13 mins

Mad hatters and tea parties: the first Indigenous actor to play Alice in Wonderland

When you think of Alice in Wonderland, what do you imagine? Blonde, blue eyed girls drinking strange potions Producer Michael Sieders has brought an Australian-styled Alice to the stage, with…
6 mins

Is it normal for a school-aged child to wet the bed?

It can be confronting when your child wets the bed as they get older. But apparently it's more common than we think Physiotherapist and women's health advocate Heba Shaheeb
7 mins

Tue 23 January 2018

29 mins
Featured the following interviews

What does the first day of school look like for our kids?

When kids start "big school" for the first time, you might be consumed with feelings of sadness, nostalgia and trepidation. But what does the first day really look like for…
15 mins

The new (noisy) normal: raising a family in an apartment

In recent years the number of families living in apartments has sky-rocketed.  So too has the number of complaints from neighbours. Producer Elise Cooper speaks with PHD candidate Sophie-…
11 mins

Mon 22 January 2018

29 mins
Featured the following interviews

Kinderling Helpline: dream feeding, temper tantrums, resettling overnight

This weeks episode of Kinderling Helpline, guest hosted by Sally Knight, tackles ways to change "violent" behaviour in a toddler, when is the best time to drop a day…
27 mins

Fri 19 January 2018

34 mins
Featured the following interviews

Welcome to Country: Finding strength through story-telling

Aunty Joy Murphy AO is a mother and grandmother, and the Senior Aboriginal Elder of the Wurundjeri People of Melbourne and surrounds. She teamed up with illustrator Lisa Kennedy to bring…
14 mins

One mum's guide to travelling the world with a toddler

Writer Tracey Withers had planned a European adventure with her husband and baby Then her husband couldn’t go, but Tracey was set on going. What followed was a wonderful new…
19 mins

Thu 18 January 2018

40 mins
Featured the following interviews

Crying, laughing, letting go: Big school for beginners

Comedian and writer Kristen Toovey’s second child is about to start primary school. She remembers just how much everything changed when her first kid started school, so she dishes out…
13 mins

What parents should know about the outcomes of the Royal Commission into child abuse

For almost five years we heard about the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Abuse The final report was handed down at the end of 2017, but what’s happened…
16 mins