Ladies, We Need To Talk
‘Ladies’ is a podcast made for women, by women, that isn’t afraid to dive head first into the tricky topics we often avoid talking about.
Host Yumi Stynes tears open the sealed section on life with sensitivity, personal stories and a lot of laughs.
It covers topics on sex, health and relationships, like the state of our pelvic floor, how to have good sex and balancing the mental load.
Yumi Stynes is a broadcaster and writer who's been working in Australian media for almost two decades. Like many women, she’s great at juggling; she works in radio, writes books, cookbooks and regularly runs 10kms for a laugh — all while raising four children.
Bang On brings together two of the best music journalists and presenters in the country, much loved Myf Warhurst and Zan Rowe.
In Bang On, they debrief the biggest conversations of the week about music, art, life and stuff.
Out of the studio they’re the best of mates, so they have a brilliant chemistry on air and it’s always hugely entertaining and funny.
They’re seasoned Live performers.
Myf Warhurst is the host of her own program on ABC Local Radio across the country, is a former triple j and Double J presenter and best known and loved as one of the team captains on Spicks and Specks.
Zan Rowe is the ABC’s music correspondent and host of Double J Mornings. She’s passionate about her love of music and in depth conversations.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) is Australia's national broadcaster founded in 1929. It is currently principally funded by direct grants from the Australian government, but is expressly independent of government and partisan politics. The ABC plays a leading role in journalistic independence and is fundamental in the history of broadcasting in Australia.
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