This week on the SwimSwam Breakdown, we talk about ISL highlights including Sarah Sjostrom's surprise comeback and Madi Wilson's surprise departure, Shayna Jack being cleared for competition once again, and we play Sink or Swim on a myriad of this week's top news SWIMSWAM PODCAST LINKS Click here to listen and subscribe on Spotify Click here to listen and subscribe on Apple Podcasts Click here to listen and subscribe on Podbean Click here to listen and subscribe on Google Click here to listen and subscribe on YouTube Click here to listen and subscribe on Listen Notes Click here to listen and subscribe on Stitcher Click here to listen and subscribe on iHeartRadio Click here to listen and subscribe on Amazon Click here to listen and subscribe on Pandora
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Has Serena played her last Australian Open Steve Smith takes 2 million dollar pay cut NSW Top Cop set to come down hard on NRL offenders Suspended swimmer Shayna Jack sets up Go Fund Me See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A deputy principal at a high school in Sydney’s northwest has been charged after allegedly trying to groom a child for sex, Donald Trump rally, Space Aliens, Chloe Fineman, Nicole Kidman and Shayna Jack. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Episode 20 of the Musashi R&D Sessions Podcast, Ross and Dhiren dive into this week's sports nutrition and training topic – Sugars vs Sweeteners. Together, we go over a variety of natural and artificial sweeteners, each of their benefits, and their disadvantages. The guys also touch on different industry studies and their bias, the consumption of hidden sugars, and the influence of toxicology on the topic. In sports news, we discuss a cast of NBA stars deciding to invest in severely NBL teams, Shayna Jack's excuses for testing positive to ligandrol, and the death of Diego Maradona. The guys also recap Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr and Jake Paul vs Nate Robinson, and speak to an exchange between Paul Gallen and Mark Hunt prior to their upcoming fight. R&D also recount the winner of last week's game picks, with a surprise outcome. This episode we finish with a pair of listener questions on carb loading, and which exercises to begin a workout or exercise campaign with. The guys are unable to guess the origins of a mystery famous athlete quote pitched by Hal the Intern, and Dhiren applies the philosophy of Miyamoto Musashi to the topic using the quote: “In all things have no preferences. Be indifferent to where you live. Do not pursue the taste of good food.” Remember to comment and leave a review and we'll get in touch to send you a free Musashi T-shirt! References: How the Sugar Industry Shifted Blame to Fat: https://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/13/well/eat/how-the-sugar-industry-shifted-blame-to-fat.html Association between intake of non-sugar sweeteners and health outcomes: systematic review and meta-analyses of randomised and non-randomised controlled trials and observational studies: https://www.bmj.com/content/364/bmj.k4718 Effects of oral ingestion of sucralose on gut hormone response and appetite in healthy normal-weight subjects: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21245879/ Artificial sweeteners – a review: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3982014/ Intense Sweeteners: https://www.foodstandards.gov.au/consumer/additives/Pages/Sweeteners.aspx Fortnightly Picks: State of Origin Game 3 - Wed 18th Valentina Shevchenko vs Jennifer Maia - Sun 22nd Tottenham vs Man City - Sun 22nd Australia vs India - Thurs 27th Rafael Nadal vs Dominic Thiem - Tues 17th Ross: QLD, Shevchenko, Man City, Australia, Nadal Dhiren: QLD, Shevchenko, Tottenham, India, Nadal Timestamp: 0:00:14 – Intro to Topic 0:01:21 – Origins of artificial sweetener 0:02:31 – Naturalistic fallacy 0:04:31 – Different sugars 0:05:22 – Fructose 0:07:15 – Hidden sugars 0:10:24 – Desire for sweetness 0:12:38 – Fruit and natural sugars 0:15:11 – Sports drinks 0:16:40 – Benefits of glucose 0:18:11 – Industry studies 0:19:37 – Satiety and sugar 0:21:53 – Alternatives to sugar 0:25:08 – Artificial sweeteners 0:26:18 – Sucralose 0:27:33 – Testing sugar vs artificial sweeteners 0:29:27 – Bad sweeteners 0:30:46 – Sucralose 0:32:10 – Meta analysis 0:35:00 – Toxicology: the dose 0:37:43 – Three favourite sweeteners 0:40:07 – Game picks 0:43:11 – Sports news 0:57:01 – Listener questions 1:00:58 – Famous athlete quote 1:02:13 – Miyamoto Musashi quote
A self-confessed adrenaline addict with the injuries to prove it – Caroline Buchanan is held together by bolts, wires, plates … you name it. For a decade this eight-time World Champion was at the top, but is now in unfamiliar territory - as the underdog. In the fifth and latest episode of On Side, Buchanan candidly talks about building not only her brand but her sport, her triumphs, struggles, THAT accident, and why now is the best time to be a female in action sport. We also re-live one of the greatest moments in Australian sport – John Aloisi’s penalty goal against Uruguay which cemented Australia’s spot in the 2006 World Cup in Germany, and chat to Paralympian Chad Perris, a bronze medallist in the 100m event at the Rio Olympics, about his career so far and his other “side gig” – sports commentating. Known for her tenacity and down-to-earth attitude, Buchanan is not only an incredible athlete (in three cycling disciplines), she’s a successful business woman, social media influencer and mentor. “A really big goal of mine, initially, was to make the sport known, so help get it on mainstream TV, so when it was footy on a Monday after they’ve had their weekend games I was paying a media liaison to help package my world cup win and BMX was packaged at the same time,” she says. “A lot of money that I invested back in to not only building the sport, building my own brand, it was 5-7 years of really putting everything back in to make this momentum happen, to be able to be this full-time athlete.” Coming back from an off-road accident that nearly killed her, Buchanan admits she has “seen both sides of being an elite athlete in Australia”. Aloisi’s famous penalty goal was voted by the Sport Australia Hall of Fame committee as one of the three greatest sporting moments in Australian history. He says he is asked about it almost daily when in Australia. “[People] remember where they were, what they were doing, whether they were at the game, or in a pub or at home, and I’ve heard some funny stories, it’s a special moment that I was lucky to be a part of,” Aloisi says. With only 5-8% vision, World championship silver medallist Perris says he’s constantly proving himself against the doubters. “I used to play Aussie Rules footy, and as a junior I went in there and I wore sunnies and a hat when I played and you’d always get people questioning why is this guy [playing], how can this guy play this when he can’t see, I’ve dealt with it all my life,” Perris says. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Steve Smith says he's found his batting form just in time for Friday night's first ODI against India. Russian tennis world number 4 doubts the Australian Open can go ahead as planned South Sydney propose player swap with Roosters for teenage phenom Joseph Suaalii Suspended swimmer Shayna Jack blamed A BLENDER for her positive test back in 2019 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
PRESSURE is mounting in Canberra over the future of war hero Ben Roberts-Smith’s military awards, with concerns that his Victoria Cross — Australia’s highest military honour THE general manager of an award-winning Central Coast construction company has been charged with rape. IT’S the Sydney high school where suspension is seen as a chance to hang out at the shops and have a holiday, rather than a punishment. SHAYNA Jack is a chance of being a shock inclusion in the Australian team at next year’s Tokyo Olympics. For updates and breaking news throughout the day take out a subscription at dailytelegraph.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Finn, Kendra, and Luca dissect Shayna Jack's return to competitive swimming in 2021 and we highlight Cameron Smith's performance at The Masters. Then, Finn, Kendra and Luca look back on some weird and wacky sports and wrap up the action from this past weekend's F1 and MotoGP championships. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
17th November 2020: The Aftermath of the storm - what happened at Tanya & Steve's house? Rockin Recorder Ruesday - Men at Work. Doping in swimming - JR's Spin on Sport and Shayna Jack. Peter Overton (Channel 9) tells Tanya & Steve his Melanoma scare. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Suspended swimmer Shayna Jack's appeal success BBL's new rules to make sure it's not crap State of Origin shots fired one way We finally hear from Nathan Buckley And we open Bernard Tomic Town See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
South Australia faces a potential second wave of coronavirus, the state government has imposed a number of restrictions, there was outrage on social media last night following a report Pete Evans has been confirmed to star in I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here next year, NSW - the state government is giving everyone over 18 $100 to spend on dining and entertainment, Australian swimmer Shayna Jack’s four-year doping ban has been reduced by two years following an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, Ellen DeGeneres was a shock winner for Best Daytime Talk Show at yesterday’s People’s Choice Awards See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Squiz is your shortcut to the news. “Free as a bird”Throw us a vote in the Listener's Choice at the Australian Podcast Awards: https://australianpodcastawards.com/vote . More details, and links to further reading for all of today's news can be found in The Squiz Today email. Sign up (it's free!) - www.thesquiz.com.au ..The 'mighty moss chicken', the kākāpō, wins Bird of the Year. As to why they might be slow breeders... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9T1vfsHYiKY ..Need help? Lifeline 131114 . Commbank (sponsored): www.commbank.com.au/support/next-chapter.html . . University of NSW Gendered Violence Research Report: https://www.commbank.com.au/content/dam/commbank-assets/support/2020-11/unsw-report-1-financial-abuse-ipv.pdf . .If you or someone you know is experiencing financial abuse or any form of domestic violence please call 1800RESPECT or visit www.1800respect.org.au. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 47: Shayna is in the new studio! She grabs a microphone, the worst pair of swimming Goggles she has ever seen and her favourite cricket autobiography (to put the mic on) and she is off the blocks and racing. We go through how exactly we got her on the podcast and the reasons we were keen to have chat to her, she discusses some of her most memorable achievements in swimming thus far and bursts Leighthal's bubble by informing him that the World Record line is actually for Television coverage only. If you are here for the tell all... that isn't really our style. However, Shayna goes into far more depth about the process of her being sent home and the limbo she is currently in than we were expecting. It is fascinating to get a story from her side, without huge clickbait headlines and bikini shots. She informs us of the fallout from that day, what it means for her work, her study and her future goals and ambitions. There are certainly two sides to every story! It is a real struggle to pry Shayna away from our dog "Ruby" for long enough to get some answers out of her! She describes her love for animals, how awesome her partner is and Haz's strength in board games. A truly fascinating chat and one that we certainly appreciate a great deal. We made a delightful Mango Smoothie for Shayna and she gives it a live review during the Poddy! Alchemy Cordials Australia are producing plenty of quality in the Smoothie area and you can check them out here.We do appreciate your support so much! If you want to support even more and get a sensational tangible item in the process, head to the website to get yourself kitted out with We Got The Chocolates Merchandise. When your day on the tools finishes... we are just getting on them. WGTC.Stummmppssssss....
Elite swimming coach Dean Boxall has been frustrated by the inability to get his athletes in the water during the shutdown. But he's hoping the enforced break will benefit the likes of Ariane Titmus in her first Olympic tilt. Titmus hasn't had a break since she was 12 years old and will be refreshed for a re-scheduled Tokyo games. He also says Shayna Jack should get some clarity on her future later this week
Bronte Campbell is one of the stars of the pool, and this week she joins Shane and Nat to discuss her preparations for Tokyo. Campbell discusses her rivalry with sister, Cate and opens up about supporting her sister after “possibly the greatest choke in Olympic history.” The Olympic gold medallist also questions the time in limbo for team mate Shayna Jack, who is still yet to learn her fate from ASADA. And, should Mack Horton’s protest against Sun Yang be permitted at an event like the Olympics? Campbell gives her view. Stewart McSweyn and Kurtis Marschall have locked in their places on the Australian Olympic Team, so where to from here for two up and coming champions of Athletics. And, is coronavirus a legitimate concern ahead of Tokyo 2020. Plus, redemption for Liz Cambage, and an insight to the Games Opening Ceremony. Don’t forget to rate the show on Apple Podcasts and join us on Twitter: @ReadySetTokyo.
EP: 23 In the final episode for 2019, Shane and Nat catch up with Phil Lutton, who's covered the Shayna Jack story from the start. He gives his thoughts on the case, and as a Brisbane based reporter, shares his opinion on Queensland's 2032 bid. Sally Pearson joined Shane and Nat earlier in the year, after announcing her retirement. We thought it would be worth re-visiting that chat, in the wake of Pearson revealing her career may not be over yet. Plus, golf, surfing, and why there's been an advertising boom, seven months out from the Games. Thanks for all your support in 2019, and we can't we to countdown to Tokyo from mid-January.
In episode three of Remember The Name, we caught up with Australia swimmer Maddie Groves. Groves has won medals at both the Olympic and Commonwealth Games, but her world changed after she was involved in a WADA incident that put her swimming career under threat. We spoke to Maddie about the trials and tribulations of clearing her name and coming back from that incident, her take on the Sun Yang and Shayna Jack stories and how she has her sights focused on going one better at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. If you like this chat, make sure to head over to www.sportingnews.com/au to read some of our other content and check out some more of our interviews. Enjoy! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GoFundMe page for Hollingsword (Holen) Wolul - https://www.gofundme.com/f/all-for-holen?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet Information on Queensland Endometriosis - https://www.qendo.org.au/ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 00:01:59 - Childhood and getting into Swimming 00:04:32 - Growing up in Australia, being a ‘water baby' 00:05:18 - Sporting heroes as a child 00:06:45 - Realising the dream of becoming a swimmer 00:08:24 - Balancing school and early morning training 00:13:14 - Falling asleep in English class 00:14:30 - Why did she choose Butterfly? 00:16:17 - Studying law at Bond University 00:17:35 - Remember The Name gets interrupted by a fire alarm, again! 00:18:59 - Studying Law and training at St. Peters Western 00:20:22 - How universities are working with Australian athletes, how does it compare to the US system? 00:21:13 - Training under Michael Bohl, being pushed to the next level 00:22:36 - Why does Queensland produce so many good swimmers 00:23:38 - Australian Swimming Championships in 2013 00:25:23 - Competitive nature against other Aussie swimmers 00:26:32 - Is Swimming an individual or a team sport? 00:27:48 - 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and winning Bronze 00:30:45 - 2016 Olympics in Rio and winning silver 00:37:21 - WADA third strike and the appeal process that followed 00:45:38 - Competing in the 2018 Comm Games at home on the Gold Coast 00:51:27 - Sun Yang and Mack Horton protest 00:57:14 - Shayna Jack 00:59:30 - Russia four-year ban from International competitions 01:02:05 - International Swimming League and finals in Las Vegas 01:07:07 - Brisbane 2032 Olympics bid 01:10:23 - Living with Endometriosis and becoming a spokesperson 01:18:00 - Hollingsword (Holen) Wolul and his health battle 01:22:11 - What's next for Maddie Groves - Looking to Tokyo 2020 01:25:16 - What are you most proud of your career to date?
EP 21: This week, Shane and Nat are back together and at the top of the agenda, Tokyo's new national stadium. The entry order for the opening ceremony is changing and it's fair to say, Shane and Nat failed to agree with the changes. Laurie Lawrence arguably has the greatest profile of any Australian swim coach. He's got a collection of classic Olympic stories to share, and believes Shayna Jack has been robbed of a Games opportunity. Plus, we take a trip back to 1999 when SOCOG was public enemy number one, and then Prime Minister, John Howard weighs in.
Join Craig Hutchinson and Damian Barrett for S4 Ep 28 - The Race to Replace TIME CODES 1min - The Race to Replace Bruce. Hamish McLachlan gets the Brownlow gig. 4.45 – The Ashes. The ratings and the redemption of the Australian Cricket team. 11.30 – The optics of Joe Daniher going to Tom Harley's house. 14.30 – Swans weren't happy with John Longmire approach either 18.30 – Crown Casino scandal continues – Ben Simmons incident bad timing for Crown too. 24.00 – The return to podcasting of Sam Newman & Mike Sheahan with Don Scott now part of the show. Damo has admiration for Scott 27 – The Sacked podcast has been a great success. 28.30 – Brian Walsh returns to the AFL in an old-fashioned type role. 30 – Talent drain on journalists – journos getting out of the game and getting into media / communications. 33 – Shayna Jack. The spin on the story now is quite remarkable. Let's not have a different set of opinions when it's one of us. 34 Where the power lies between player and club. Running backs in the NFL – threatening to sit out of the season. How do you circuit break this? 35 Brad Hill – he's currency is rising as clubs circle 40 AFLX in gone! 42 Results of the twitter poll This episode was produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for Crocmedia.
This week on Across The Park, the team decide to start the show with a live intro. It doesn't work. Then they discuss Gaby's trip to the snow, Mick's secret birthday, the upcoming Community Cup, Shayna Jack's drug alligations, Australia's horrible start on day one of the Ashes, the Southern Stars Ashes win, NRL referee dumping, Women's NRL finals, Hoverboard news, Paddle boarding around Ireland, Tour de France, Basketballs failure, and, a game!
After successfully navigating the highways and byways of continental Europe, a tanned but not so fit Sean Whipp re-joins the Down the Track team for Episode 22. Joining Sean and Tim in the DTT hot seat is Hamish Beaumont – a man who needs no introduction. The episode kicks off with Sean enlightening us on his European tour as an athlete manager, culminating in Catriona Bisset’s record breaking 800m performance at the London Diamond League. Sean also reflects on the World University Games in Naples before moving on to an in depth analysis of the Australian performances in London. XCR’19 moved to balmy Ballarat in the depths of winter, where unseasonal conditions provided a great opportunity for runners to post fast 15km & 6km times around the Lake Wendouree circuit. DTT caught up with race winners Kiah Fry and Andrew Buchanan to discuss their runs. And as we move to the latter stages of XCR’19, Hamish delivers an honest assessment of the various Premiership and relegation battles across the divisions. Athletics Victoria CEO Glenn Turnor also provides some comment and thoughts on the XCR series by way of an interview recorded immediately after the Lake Wendouree race. Lisa Weightman lit up the Australian running scene in Sydney last weekend by running a World Record for an 40 year old over the classic 10km road race distance. Lisa’s time of 31:55 was a PB for the three time Olympian who is looking toward Tokyo to join a very elite group of four time Olympians in athletics. We hear from Lisa about her run and the next phase of her preparation. Joining Lisa as a World Record breaker, Steve Moneghetti ran a big race on his home circuit to take the World 55 to 59 record for the 15km. Mona joins DTT for a quick chat about the Lake Wendouree event. In another feature interview we catch up with Sam Rizzo, the Ballarat based wheelie who under the guidance of Richard Colman has his sights set firmly on the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics. We round out the feature interviews by catching up with Nick Earl at the Tasmanian Cross Country Championships at Pontville. Nick agonizes over being beaten by someone half his age and having heckling directed at him from across Bass Strait by Hamish Beaumont. In the Hot Topics Sean, Tim and Hamish tackle the issues around Shayna Jack and the current crisis Swimming Australia now face, while the Caster Semenya case continues to attract headlines, this time due to the fact she will not be competing in the upcoming World Championships. So that’s Episode 22 – the best 3hrs of listening you’ll get this week! 0:00:00 to 0:01:19 – Intro and welcome to co-hosts Sean Whipp and Hamish Beaumont 0:01:20 to 0:35:37 – The European wrap and insights from Sean on his European tour 0:35:38 to 0:53:34 – Review of XCR’19 round 7 at Lake Wendouree in Ballarat. (Includes interviews with Andrew Buchanan and Kiah Fry) 0:53:55 to 1:48:06 – Analysis of XCR’19 including the ladder battles and views on some of the trends being experienced this season. Glenn Turnor from Athletics Victoria is also interviewed about XCR 1:48:07 to 2:00:01 – In other results Lisa Weightman breaks the World Over 40 10k road running record in Sydney and we hear from her about the run. We also cover Liam Adams and Charlotte Wilson as they tackle the Westlink Marathon is Western Sydney. 2:00:02 to 2:21:51 – Feature interviews with Steve Moneghetti, Sam Rizzo and Nick Earl 2:21:52 to 2:38:57– Hot topics – Shayna Jack’s positive drugs test, the Caster Semenya story and changes to the Victorian Cross Team for Kembla Grange 2:38:58 to 2:50:17 – Upcoming events including the Australian Half Marathon Champs, XCR at Cruden Farm, the Australian Mountain Running Championships and Victorian Trail Running Championships Episode wrap and preview of Episode 23
Join Craig Hutchinson and Damian Barrett for S4 Ep 27 - Who Needs Who More? 1.00 Crown Unmasked the joint investigation by 60 minutes / Channel 9 into Crown Casino presented by Nick McKenzie was great journalism. 12.30 Google and Facebook hit by ACCC findings. Josh Frydenberg is currying favour from media owners. 17.00 – Shayna Jack and the Sam Murray B Sample. Last week we spoke about the hypocrisy of Australian's when it comes to cheats in sport. The Shayna Jack incident perfectly illustrated that. 26.00 – Is there a problem with ASADA in Australia? 27.40– EJ Whitten game details. 28.30– Legitimate concerns about the ability of sports to get good money for their Broadcast Rights. 31.30 NBL broadcast rights deal 34.45 Ben Simmons not coming to Australia for the exhibition game, suggestions that the promotion was misleading. 37.00 Media Accountability. More calls for more accountability. Kate O'Halloran tweeted about Garry Lyon but mistook his commentary. People are so ready to be outraged. 41.30 Social media – Jake Stringer on Footy Classified. 43.00 Tim Kelly and the Cats. 45.00 Jack Riewoldt – open invitation to join us on The Sounding Board to discuss media accountability. This episode of The Sounding Board was produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for Crocmedia.
Aussie swimmer Shayna Jack is hoping that her defence, that she ingested the banned substance Ligandrol accidentally, will save her from a potentially career ending 4 year ban But her positive test has been caught up in a story much bigger than one athlete being caught out, today we look at the treatment Shayna Jack is getting compared to Australia's foreign competition and what she will have to do to prove her innocence. CREDITS Host/Producer: Claire Murphy Executive Producer: Elle Beattie Audio Producer: Ian Camilleri Thanks to our special guests Olympian Libby Trickett, Host of ABC's 'The Ticket' Tracey Holmes and Lawyer Howard Jacobs The Quicky is the easiest and most enjoyable way to get across the news every day. And it's delivered straight to your ears in a daily podcast so you can listen whenever you want, wherever you are...at the gym, on the train, in the playground or at night while you're making dinner. The Quicky. Getting you up to speed. Daily. Want The Quicky in your ears every day? Subscribe at mamamia.com.au/the-quicky or in your favourite podcast app. Love the show? Send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the podphone 02 8999 9386. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Titus and Sergio discuss the Shayna Jack, umpires proposing to each other and VB announce VB flavoured tea. The live podcast is now on sale, as is Titus tour. Tickets available here: http://www.frontiercomedy.com/titusoreily Titus’ new book Please, Gamble Irresponsibly: The rise, fall and rise of sport gambling in Australia will be out on 5th November 2019. You can pre-order it now.
Australian swimmers are in hot water over Mack Horton’s selective protests over cheating in the sport. When Chinese swimmer Sun Yang beat Horton at the World Championship recently, he refused to stand on the podium with him because he’d been accused of being a drug cheat. But when Australian swimmer Shayna Jack was suspected of testing positive to illicit substances, Horton was silent. So are we happy to give our own athletes a free pass while judging other countries? And Meghan Markle was guest Editor on the September issue of British Vogue and predictably people have opinions. Plus a post about ‘childless millennials’ ruining Disney World for families has resurfaced and it’s peeved tone has people either laughing or vigorously nodding their heads. You can buy tickets to see us live at mamamia.com.au/events and it's all thanks to our partners, Toyota Kluger…. TOUR DATES Hobart - Theatre Royal Wednesday 31st July Brisbane - Brisbane Powerhouse Thursday 8th August Perth - Heath Ledger Theatre (State Theatre Centre) Thursday 22nd August Darwin - Studio Theatre (Darwin Entertainment Centre) Thursday 29th August Adelaide - Norwood Concert Hall Wednesday 4th September Cairns - Tanks Arts Centre Wednesday 25th September Orange - Orange Civic Theatre Wednesday 16th October Geelong - GPAC Wednesday 30th October Sydney - Seymour Centre Friday 1st November Subscribe to Mamamia Out Loud here:https://omny.fm/shows/mamamia-out-loud/playlists/podcast END BITS Hosts: Mia Freedman, Jessie Stephens and Holly Wainwright Producers: Elise Cooper, Amelia Navascues and Elissa Ratliff COME TALK TO US Join the Out Louders Facebook group GET IN TOUCH Call the PodPhone on 02 8999 9386. Email the show at email@example.com Mamamia Out Loud is a podcast by Mamamia. Find more shows here.
Join Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin for Ep 94 - Really Foolish. We start with the Shayna Jack drugs in swimming scandal then pay tribute to Margaret Fulton who died recently aged 94 - vale Margaret! So many wonderful recipe memories . Caretaker coaches are having a moment and Corrie's got a US politics inspired 'Crush of the Week' and grumpy. In BSF a lukewarm book review from Caro and Corrie fires up about Murder Mystery on Netflix. Plus Caro shares Jen's Apple and Raspberry Cake (see recipe below). BSF is thanks to our show sponsor VitalSmarts. Let’s face it, we’ve all been in a situation where our emotions have controlled the conversation. We say something we don’t truly mean or what we do say lands badly. By learning real speak up skills you will be able control the tough conversations and have them go well. Visit Vitalsmarts.com.au/dstm to find out more. We welcome in the new month and reset the monthly challenge and take stock of the digital cut back for Corrie and the wine intake for Caro. In '6 Quick Questions' we talk Fran Kelly hosting Q&A, fat suits, Tarantino, Poledark and the problematic state of recycling affairs in Victoria at the moment. Caro's GLT - shower at night in winter! (Thanks Channel 9 make-up girls). Apple and Raspberry Cake by Alison Minotti. 3 granny smith apples125 gram butter melted 1 ½ cups self-raising flour ¾ cup caster sugar 1 egg 1 teaspoon of vanilla 1 punnet of raspberries Thick cream to serve Pre- heat oven to 180cGrease and line a round cake tin with baking paper. Slice and cook the apples. Drain and wrap cooked apples in kitchen paper to absorb as much moisture as possible. Melt the butter. Add the flour (sifted), sugar, egg and vanilla and beat with a wooden spoon until smooth. Press three quarters of the mix into the cake tin, pushing it up the sides. Spread the apple on top and scatter the raspberries on top. Drop dobs of the remaining mixture over the top. Bake. Allow the cake to firm before turning it out. Sift icing sugar on top and serve with cream (or ice-cream). For videos and pics make sure you follow us on Instagram @DontShootPod. Like our Facebook page and hit 'Sign Up' to receive weekly updates HERE. Email the show via firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Twitter via @dontshootpod 'Don't Shoot The Messenger' is produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for Crocmedia.
"While my guitar gently weeps"In a matter of minutes, the Squiz Today podcast will get you across the news headlines. Published each weekday at 6.00am, this short daily news podcast is designed to fit into your morning routine – perfect for the commute, the gym or over a morning coffee.More about Squizheads: https://www.thesquiz.com.au/squizheads/Sign up to The Squiz Today email: www.thesquiz.com.auContacts us: email@example.com
Discussing the Adelaide clubs under public pressure, the death of AFLX, Ben Simmons' withdrawal from the Boomers, the Ashes opening test team, Shayna Jack's doping investigation, the new-look BBL season, and The Advertiser's The Phantom joins us in studio! Twitter - @PressBoxEP Facebook - The Press Box Podcast Spotify - The Press Box
HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE: What’s better – the podcast or the show? Susie’s botched date with Cliff, an on-field proposal, KFC is going OG, the Shayna Jack drug scandal, E-Games mania, the origin of the word ‘selfie’, Mitch’s inappropriate story that can’t be told on-air, Susie’s random facts in Smarter Than Suse, Ash is not his twin brother, Corey Oates’s butterfly try, Curtain Of Fortune debuts and Katie loves Colin Farrell…but maybe not as much as Luttsy… See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.