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Powerful Australian women speak to social commentator Jane Caro and journalist Catherine Fox about what drives them, what almost defeated them, the progress they would like to see for women and how to make things change. Hosts Jane and Catherine are both recipients of the Walkley Foundation’s Women’s Leadership in Media Award and have a little bit of clout themselves.
 
What have we learned from 2020? Journalist and producer Chris Walker enlists the country’s most interesting and funny people including; Hamish Blake, Dr Chris Brown, Annabel Crabb, Waleed Aly, Ronny Chieng, Adam Briggs and Kitty Flanagan to discuss the big issues and understand our lives a little better. Eavesdrop on the ultimate 'Brains Trust' and join conversations on COVID, Media, Politics, Family, The Planet, Science, Conspiracy Theories and more. Narration by Carrie Bickmore.
 
You can't trust anyone nowadays. The level of sedition, anti-authority behaviour and advertiser-unfriendly thought-crime has reached record levels -- especially among Australia's "elites". Luckily, The Chaser is here to sort the subversives from the patriots. Each week, The Chaser puts a comedian, writer or politician through the ringer, interrogating them on behalf of the Australian government. The stakes are high. If they fail, The Chaser has been granted the power by Peter Dutton to revok ...
 
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The third episode is about the high level stuff – politics, power and our leaders. How did they go in 2020? With Carrie Bickmore narrating, journalist and producer Chris Walker speaks with vet Dr Chris Brown, comedian Ronny Chieng, journalist Annabel Crabb, academic Waleed Aly, rapper Adam Briggs, comedian Kitty Flanagan and Australian comedic roya…
 
Can what a mother eats during pregnancy have an effect on the biological make-up of her child? Nutritional biologist Dr. Samantha Solon-Biet talks about maternal nutrition, its intergenerational influence on obesity and metabolic disorders, and the role a mother’s diet during pregnancy plays in the future health of her child. See omnystudio.com/pol…
 
Superannuation expert, qualified actuary and mother of three, Nicolette Rubinsztein is currently a non-executive director at UniSuper, SuperEd and the Actuaries Institute, and has won multiple awards for her contributions to superannuation policy. Nicolette discusses fairness in the industry, how she blends work and motherhood without feeling guilt…
 
Powerful Australian women speak to social commentator Jane Caro and journalist Catherine Fox about what drives them, what almost defeated them, the progress they would like to see for women and how to make things change. Hosts Jane and Catherine are both recipients of the Walkley Foundation’s Women’s Leadership in Media Award and have a little bit …
 
Helping girls develop self-worth and resilience. CEO of award-winning platform, Enlighten Education, Dannielle Miller, speaks about why she's dedicated her life to helping young females tackle important issues like body image, suicide prevention, domestic violence and even the state of toilets in schools. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for pr…
 
Acclaimed non-fiction publisher, Phillipa McGuinness, discusses the 'Sliding Doors' moment that lead her down the path of publishing, the future of reading in a Netflix world and how writing her first book, The Year Everything Changed: 2001, gave her space to talk about the devastating loss of her son, Daniel. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener f…
 
Hosts Jane and Catherine speak to former Sex Discrimination Commissioner and 2016 NSW Australian of the Year, Elizabeth Broderick, about her current role advising the UN on how to raise the status of women and girls on a global scale and the importance of highlighting the human face of inequality. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy in…
 
Hosts Jane and Catherine discuss discuss how fear led me to Harvard. Legal academic, filmmaker and writer, Larissa Behrendt, speaks candidly about becoming the first Aboriginal woman to graduate from Harvard Law School, her landmark feature documentary After the Apology and why her mum thinks she’d be the best astronaut ever. See omnystudio.com/pol…
 
Hosts Jane and Catherine discuss say whatever you do, don't learn to type! One of Victoria’s leading businesswomen, Elizabeth Proust, opens up about her transition from a stellar career in the public service to breaking barriers in the business world, the need for more women in the workplace and in leadership roles and how being brought up by Catho…
 
Hosts Jane and Catherine discuss are committed to catching bad guys. Gold Walkley Award-winning investigative journalist with the Sydney Morning Herald, Kate McClymont, opens up about her extensive work both reporting on the Independent Commission Against Corruption and for the #metoo movement in Australia, probing into allegations of sexual harass…
 
Hosts Jane and Catherine discuss a fairer deal for women. Executive Chairman of Carnival Australia and one of the country’s most admired businesswomen, Ann Sherry, discusses her successful push to develop a national policy on superannuation, the collective discomfort around the word “power” and why your career plan should be thrown out the window. …
 
Hosts Jane and Catherine discuss the power of plain speaking. Socialist, feminist and political activist Sally McManus opens up about becoming the first ever female secretary of the Australian Council of Trade Unions, the rising popularity of the collective and why she doesn’t have a problem with breaking unjust laws. See omnystudio.com/policies/li…
 
Diversity in the workplace. Leading advocate for Indigenous and women’s rights, Nareen Young, discusses her progressive and feminist upbringing in Sydney’s Cronulla, what motivates her to fight so passionately for gender equality and why the term “corporate feminism” hasn’t done women any favours. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy in…
 
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