Anna Fifield – award-winning journalist, author, and editor

This time our guest is the remarkable Anna Fifield – award-winning journalist, author, and editor. We had a wide-ranging conversation about life as a foreign correspondent, the challenges of writing a book about Kim Jong-un at 3.30 am in the mornings as well as doing her day job, and coming Continue Reading

Tracey Spicer – award winning author, journalist, and trainer

Our guest this time is the remarkable Tracey Spicer – award winning author, journalist and broadcaster. We talked about how it was necessary to pivot to survive during covid, baking sourdough bread, and the importance of AI, diversity and ethics in technology. Tracey Spicer AM is a multiple Walkley Award Continue Reading

Jane Gilmore – freelance journalist, author, and feminist

This time our guest is the remarkable Jane Gilmore. She is the fearless fixer of headlines, corrector of bad headlines about violence against women. Jane is also a thoughtful writer of pieces on politics, popular culture, and feminism. We had a intriguing chat about what not to do for self-care Continue Reading

Jane Caro – feminist, public school advocate, & writer

This time our guest is the delightfully feisty and articulate Jane Caro. We had a fascinating discussion that ranged across issues from how to be your authentic self to why women should not burn it all down right now. Jane Caro has a low boredom threshold and so wears many Continue Reading

Erin Riley – communicator, PhD researcher, community activist, and mum

This time our guest is someone I’ve known for years via a group of policy wonks who used to meetup in Sydney pubs. Erin Riley is a communicator, PhD researcher, community activist, and mum. She shared with us some insights into her life as a carer, PhD researcher, small business Continue Reading

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