We believe in the power of connecting women with women.
We thrive when we lift each other up.
We value kindness. We bloody love a laugh. And we have no time for ladylike.
We know you are smart and insightful. Curious and complex. Fabulous and fun.
And we know you have more to say, more to share and more to give.
That’s why we’re here for more.
Ep. 19 of Broad Radio
We get it, you’re busy.
Who’s got time for whole episodes?
Here’s some favourite moments to dip your toe into.
NEXT EPISODE - 18 MAY 2021
Jo Stanley and Zoe Daniel bring you a show that is all about amplifying voices and stories that need to be heard.
Danielle Wood, CEO Grattan Institute, President of Economic Society of Aus and co-founder of Women in Economics Network, breaks down the Federal Budget and what it means for women of all ages.
Marieke Hardy, writer and broadcaster, and Emilie Zoey Baker, poet and educator, talk about finally saying the things we’ve always wanted to say.
Finally, in a year when abuse survivors are sharing their truth more than ever before, we wish to support those who feel ready to speak up. So Michelle James, National Head of Abuse at Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, will explain what legal options may be available to you if you have experienced institutional abuse.
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Chloe Zhao, the history-making Oscar-winner, walked the 2021 red carpet in trainers. Are high heels dead?
Yes! Modern gals are all about funky trainers or Docs.
No! I worship the heel and always will.
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We love a laugh and a gasbag. But we also want to make a difference. Older women are the fastest growing group of homeless people in Australia. Support our charity partner, Women’s Housing Limited, as they provide low-cost housing to women at risk of homelessness. Together, we aim to raise $50,000 for Women’s Housing Limited this year.
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