Short & Curly
Is a child's life more valuable than an adult's?
Thursday, 29 November
The Titanic cruise ship hit an iceberg in 1912 and sank to the bottom of the ocean. Lots of people died because there weren't enough life rafts for everyone. Women and children were offered seats on the lifeboats first because of their age and gender. But is that fair? Are the lives of kids more precious than the lives of adults?
Guest: David Dyer, author of The Midnight Watch.
Brains Trust: Buranda State School — Meena, Caitlin, Banjo, Rosey, Hailey and Rex.