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Title Lateline: 19/02/16
Published Australia : ABC, 2016
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Summary THE COUNTRY MADE FAMOUS FOR ITS BEER, BACON AND LEGO IS NOW ALSO SENDING ITS SPERM AROUND THE WORLDIn Denmark, demand is high for so-called 'Viking Babies' and that trade is said to be fuelled by laws protecting the privacy of donors.THE AMERICAN MUSIC DUO WITH A CULT FOLLOWING ON THEIR ROADTRIP ACROSS AUSTRALIAGillian Welch and Dave Rawlings, renowned for their country-influenced Americana recordings, talk about their road trip across Australia and how it's influencing their music as they tour Down Under and New Zealand.THE LATE DEBATE: DR LYNDON HALE, MEDICAL DIRECTOR OF MELBOURNE IVF AND CHLOE ALLWORTHY, A DONOR CONCEIVED PERSONEmma Alberici hosts a special panel debate and asks the question: should all donor offspring in Australia have the right to access information about their biological parents?
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2016-02-19 at 22:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Debates and debating in mass media.
Human reproductive technology -- Law and legislation.
Human reproductive technology -- Social aspects.
Musicians -- Attitudes.
Musicians -- Psychology.
Musicians -- Travel.
Form Streaming video
Author Alberici, Emma, host
Fitzsimmons, Hamish, reporter
Miller, Barbara, reporter
Allworthy, Chloe, contributor
Hale, Lyndon, contributor
Ogilive-Jones, Georgie, contributor
Rawlings, David, contributor
Schou, Ole, contributor
Welch, Gillian, contributor