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. 3 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.
Julie Inman-Grant & Alice Zaslavsky
Welcome to a bumper show packed with discussions on cyber abuse, navigating the Aussie tradition of ‘bringing a plate’, the high-impact state of USA politics, and facing the fear of SPIDERS. We talk to Australia’s e-safety commissioner Julie Inman-Grant, best-selling cook Alice Zaslavsky, and Broad Radio co-host (and former US Bureau Chief) Zoe Daniel.
Forget plates – the Broad Radio team of Jo Stanley, Bianca Chatfield and Kirsty Webeck are bringing a massive show to this party.
Catch up on the gold here!
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Shape our show
Our show really is for you, BY YOU! Fill in our weekly More to Say Survey, to have your say on our show.
Shape our show
Our show really is for you, BY YOU! Fill in our weekly More to Say Survey, to have your say on our show. And great news! When you answer our More to Say question, you go in the running to win a happy pack – including a Smile Makers Pleasure Device. Because we want you to love yourself like crazy….everywhere. (Thanks to Happy Collective – who make us very happy).
LAST WEEKS RESULTS
The Federal Government has drafted laws to protect Australians from cyber abuse. Tell us about your experience with online harassment.
Constant harassment that really takes its toll
Copped it once or twice, but not too bad
I get it about every week. Worst part of the internet
Thankfully I’ve never experienced it
More to Give
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.