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Lisa Millar is the co-host of ABC TV's News Breakfast, and 'Daring to Fly' is her memoir about conquering fear and finding joy. Lisa returned to the ABC in Australia after finishing a decade-long posting as bureau chief in both London and Washington DC, covering some of the world's biggest stories. She began her career at the Gympie Times in 1988 and has worked in print, TV and radio. She won a Walkley Award in 2005 for investigative reporting. CHAT WITH US Join our discussion using hashtag #AnonymousWasAWomanPod and don't forget to follow Jamila (on Instagram and Twitter) and Astrid (also on Instagram and Twitter) to continue the conversation. This podcast is sponsored by Hachette Publishing and is brought to you by Future Women. The podcast is produced by Bad Producer Productions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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    Aja Barber

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    Aja Barber has pledged to never take a dollar from fast fashion, and in her 2021 book 'Consumed' she explains why. She is passionate about racial justice and exposing endemic injustices in our consumer and fashion industries. Aja is also no stranger to campaigning for change. Her Instagram video 'Why Performative Allyship is Triggering', which called out brands and influencers for monetising the Black Lives Matter movement, has accumulated over one million views. The video also put a spotlight on the disparity between fast fashion brand billionaires and their unpaid factory workers during the Covid-19 economic downturn. CHAT WITH US Join our discussion using hashtag #AnonymousWasAWomanPod and don't forget to follow Jamila (on Instagram and Twitter) and Astrid (also on Instagram and Twitter) to continue the conversation. This podcast is sponsored by Hachette Publishing and is brought to you by Future Women. The podcast is produced by Bad Producer Productions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    On sustainability

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    This week Jamila Rizvi and Astrid Edwards are joined by Future Women's Bojana Kos.  Chapter 1: Jamila asks whether or not books can help drive our understanding of sustainability, and Astrid takes issues with the term itself. Chapter 2: Jamila brings Ash Davidson's powerful debut, 'Damnation Spring' to the podcast. Chapter 3: Astrid once again picks a non-fiction work and recommends 'Under a White Sky: The nature of the future' by Pulitzer-prize winning writer Elizabeth Kolbert. Join us on Thursday for an interview with the brilliant Aja Barber. CHAT WITH US Join our discussion using hashtag #AnonymousWasAWomanPod and don't forget to follow Jamila (on Instagram and Twitter) and Astrid (also on Instagram and Twitter) to continue the conversation. This podcast is sponsored by Hachette Publishing and is brought to you by Future Women. The podcast is produced by Bad Producer Productions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Lisa Millar

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    Lisa Millar is the co-host of ABC TV's News Breakfast, and 'Daring to Fly' is her memoir about conquering fear and finding joy. Lisa returned to the ABC in Australia after finishing a decade-long posting as bureau chief in both London and Washington DC, covering some of the world's biggest stories. She began her career at the Gympie Times in 1988 and has worked in print, TV and radio. She won a Walkley Award in 2005 for investigative reporting. CHAT WITH US Join our discussion using hashtag #AnonymousWasAWomanPod and don't forget to follow Jamila (on Instagram and Twitter) and Astrid (also on Instagram and Twitter) to continue the conversation. This podcast is sponsored by Hachette Publishing and is brought to you by Future Women. The podcast is produced by Bad Producer Productions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Her Story

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    This week Jamila Rizvi and Astrid Edwards are joined by Future Women's Ella Jackson.  Chapter 1: Jamila, Astrid and Ella consider the different ways women choose to tell their own stories, and the stories of those who have come before them. Chapter 2: Jamila brings Lucy Adlington's historical fiction novel 'The Dressmakers of Auschwitz' to the podcast.  Chapter 3: This week Astrid chooses a non-fiction read and recommends 'My Life in Full: Work, family, and our future' by Indra Nooyi (the first female CEO of PepsiCo!). Join us on Thursday for an interview with journalist Lisa Millar. CHAT WITH US Join our discussion using hashtag #AnonymousWasAWomanPod and don't forget to follow Jamila (on Instagram and Twitter) and Astrid (also on Instagram and Twitter) to continue the conversation. This podcast is sponsored by Hachette Publishing and is brought to you by Future Women. The podcast is produced by Bad Producer Productions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Mark Humphries

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    Mark Humphries is the resident satirist on ABC-TV's 7.30, and he recently published 'On Politics and Stuff' with Evan Williams. In this interview, Mark considers the role of satire in politics and tackles the question of how to satirise female politicians without being misogynist. Mark's other writing has appeared in The Guardian and the Sun-Herald, and he has previously created satirical sketches for SBS's The Feed and ABC's The Roast. CHAT WITH US Join our discussion using hashtag #AnonymousWasAWomanPod and don't forget to follow Jamila (on Instagram and Twitter) and Astrid (also on Instagram and Twitter) to continue the conversation. This podcast is sponsored by Hachette Publishing and is brought to you by Future Women. The podcast is produced by Bad Producer Productions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Our favourites

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    This week Jamila Rizvi and Astrid Edwards are bring their favourites to the table, and they are joined by Future Women favourite Madison Howarth. Chapter 1: Everyone brought memoir this week! So to kick off the episode, Jamila, Astrid and Madi reflect on how memoir has changed over the last decade (for the better, as we are seeing fewer formal autobiographies and more stories of lived experience being published). Chapter 2: Jamila suggests reading 'All About Yves: Notes from a transition' by Yves Rees. Chapter 3: Astrid still wants everyone to read anything by Claire G. Coleman, and in this episode discusses Claire's first non-fiction book 'Lies Damned Lies: A personal exploration of the impact of colonisation'. Recommendations: Jamila recommends Maxine Beneba Clarke's memoir 'The Hate Race', as well as 'Mao's Last Dancer'  by Li Cunxin. Madi recommends 'Dark Emu' by Bruce Pascoe, as well as 'I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings'  by Maya Angelou. Join us on Thursday for an interview with satirist Mark Humphries. CHAT WITH US Join our discussion using hashtag #AnonymousWasAWomanPod and don't forget to follow Jamila (on Instagram and Twitter) and Astrid (also on Instagram and Twitter) to continue the conversation. This podcast is sponsored by Hachette Publishing and is brought to you by Future Women. The podcast is produced by Bad Producer Productions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Annika Smethurst

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    Annika Smethurst is the state political editor at The Age newspaper in Melbourne. She is a double Walkley Award winner and has two Melbourne Quill Awards for political reporting. In 2019, Annika became the accidental poster woman for press freedom when her house was raided by the AFP over a story she wrote revealing a government plan to allow the Australian Signals Directorate to spy on Australians. In her 2020 essay, 'On Secrets', she explored the impact of the raids and examined the importance of press freedom. CHAT WITH US Join our discussion using hashtag #AnonymousWasAWomanPod and don't forget to follow Jamila (on Instagram and Twitter) and Astrid (also on Instagram and Twitter) to continue the conversation. This podcast is sponsored by Hachette Publishing and is brought to you by Future Women. The podcast is produced by Bad Producer Productions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    On politics

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    Once again, Jamila Rizvi and Astrid Edwards consider the world through the lens of reading and books. Chapter 1: So, what is politics and why does it matter? And what do books have to do with politics anyway? Chapter 2: Jamila delights in revisiting the revised and updated edition of Julia Baird's 'Media Tarts'. Chapter 3: Astrid presents Marion Wilkinson's 'The Carbon Club: How a network of influential climate sceptics, politicians and business leaders fought to control Australia's climate policy' and explains why it should be one of the few books that should stay in print for decades. Recommendations: Jamila gushes over the biography of Bob Hawke 'Wednesdays with Bob', written by Derek Rielly and Bob Hawke himself. Astrid brings some light into her reading choices and recommends 'The Future We Choose: The stubborn optimist's guide to the climate crisis' by Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac. Join us on Thursday for an interview with journalist and reporter Annika Smethurst. CHAT WITH US Join our discussion using hashtag #AnonymousWasAWomanPod and don't forget to follow Jamila (on Instagram and Twitter) and Astrid (also on Instagram and Twitter) to continue the conversation. This podcast is sponsored by Hachette Publishing and is brought to you by Future Women. The podcast is produced by Bad Producer Productions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Mark Brandi

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    Mark Brandi is an award-winning writer of literary crime. His stories tend to focus on the darkness in the world as experienced from young or disadvantaged protagonists. 'The Others' is his third - and perhaps most haunting - novel. Mark's bestselling novel, 'Wimmera', won the coveted British Crime Writers' Association Debut Dagger, and was named Best Debut at the 2018 Australian Indie Book Awards. It was also shortlisted for the Australian Book Industry Awards Literary Fiction Book of the Year, and the Matt Richell Award for New Writer of the Year. His second novel, 'The Rip', was also published to critical acclaim. Mark graduated with a criminal justice degree and worked extensively in the justice system, before changing direction and deciding to write. Originally from Italy, he grew up in rural Victoria. His shorter work has appeared in The Guardian, The Age, the Big Issue, and in journals both here and overseas. His writing is also sometimes heard on ABC Radio National. CHAT WITH US Join our discussion using hashtag #AnonymousWasAWomanPod and don't forget to follow Jamila (on Instagram and Twitter) and Astrid (also on Instagram and Twitter) to continue the conversation. This podcast is sponsored by Hachette Publishing and is brought to you by Future Women. The podcast is produced by Bad Producer Productions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    On darkness

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    Jamila Rizvi is back! We have missed her, and from this week Jamila is back leading our discussion of all things books. Chapter 1: As they so often do, Jamila and Astrid consider the harder things in life. This week, the theme is darkness, and they reflect on what they like to read and when. Chapter 2: Jamila introduces Jaivet Ealom's 2021 memoir, 'Escape from Manus'. Jaivet is the only person known to have escaped from Manus Island, and his life experience is truly extraordinary. Despite the darkness, this is a hopeful story. Jaivet now resides in Canada, where he is a spokesperson for the Rohingya community. Chapter 3: Astrid turns to crime fiction and considers 'I Shot the Devil' by Ruth McIver. Whilst this is very much crime fiction, it is also so much more - it is a nuanced exploration of female trauma, grief and survival. Recommendations: Astrid recommends Rachel Cusk's 'Second Place', which was shortlisted for the Booker Prize in 2021. Jamila returns to Amani Haydar's one-of-a-kind memoir, 'The Mother Wound'. Join us on Thursday for an interview with literary crime writer Mark Brandi. CHAT WITH US Join our discussion using hashtag #AnonymousWasAWomanPod and don't forget to follow Jamila (on Instagram and Twitter) and Astrid (also on Instagram and Twitter) to continue the conversation. This podcast is sponsored by Hachette Publishing and is brought to you by Future Women. The podcast is produced by Bad Producer Productions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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