The Exchange TV says their show is a little is like meeting with your friends in a coffee shop and discussing the everyday stuff that affects us all. And after spending the morning filming with them I agree!
It’s a half hour chat show that aims to share ideas on relationships, parenting, finance, wellbeing and social justice.
As they point out,
Life is busy and finding time to exchange ideas and find meaningful answers to everyday situations can be challenging.
Each week co-hosts Rob and Christie Buckingham invite guests around their table to get their take on a particular issue. The Exchange reporter Sandra Cavallo also hits the streets and finds out what the Australian public thinks.
A few weeks ago I had the privilege of flying down to Melbourne to appear on The Exchange where I chatted about brain potential with Rob and Christie, and the very impressive, kind and warm Tansel Ali three-time (Australian Memory Champion and author of ‘The Yellow Elephant’ memory book).
Tansel once memorised two Yellow Pages phone books in only 24 days!? And as one of the world’s foremost memory educators and mental athletes, he is often seen on television demonstrating his memory skills as well as speaking at schools and conferences, nationally as well as internationally.
In this episode Tansel and I talk all things brain, memory, social media and ageing!
About Dr Sarah
I’m an Oxford University-educated neuroscientist, presenter of ABC Catalyst, director of The Neuroscience Academy, and author of The Women's Brain Book. The neuroscience of health, hormones and happiness.
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