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Ep. 25 of Broad Radio
LAST EPISODE - 22 JUNE 2021
Hormones, Ads Sexism & Pride
Jo Stanley and Kerrie Stanley are here to expand your mind this week, as we:
Learn how to make our hormones happy, with women’s health practitioner and best-selling author, Nat Kringoudis.
Join the campaign to stop sexism in advertising, with senior advertising strategist, Fran Clayton.
And celebrate Pride Month and the glorious diversity of the LGBTIQ community, with co-host Kerrie Stanley.
Join the conversation live on the phones too on 1300 8 BROAD.
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