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A Podcast of Mothers' stories of childbirth. Weekly interviews with mothers giving their first hand accounts of child birth in Australia. Designed to help educate and inform first time pregnant women, parents wanting to have better subsequent births and birth enthusiasts who love to hear and tell birth stories. An entertaining and heartfelt resource for pregnancy, labour and delivery and postpartum.
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Welcome to the FelsTED Talks podcast series where we talk to various members of the community. We find out what have been the biggest impacts in their development as characters and how each has made a difference to the world around them. We hope these talks are inspirational for our pupils and to all who listen. We broadcast an episode every week throughout term-time.
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Hello friends! Welcome to Gentleman Jack Crack: A Queer AF Podcast. Join hosts Candice & Terrance as they deep dive into this spectacular new show from BBC & HBO. Explicit language & ridiculous hi-jinks should always be expected. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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If you love street photography, then you will love The Street Photography Show with your host, Mark Rossi. Mark is a published photographer who has been in love with photography nearly his entire life and in particular the street photography genre. The Street Photography Show motto is to educate and engage with our listeners by having educational discussions to interviews with fellow street photographers from the community worldwide.
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Unsure of who to talk to, and which questions to ask? The One Fine Baby Pregnancy Podcast is designed to be the bestie who’s been there, providing clear step-by-step advice to ensure each woman feels supported and understood through each stage of pregnancy. From navigating Centrelink to designing a birth plan, One Fine Pregnancy has every question and decision covered, providing accurate advice for this climate, as a mother-to-be in Australia. Think of it as your personal pregnancy roadmap. ...
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Available on iTunes, Spotify, and wherever you get your pods. The Directors UK Podcast allows the listener to attend our member events with top directors. Hear what directors have to say when they speak to a room of their peers, and gain exclusive insight into their creative process. Directors UK is the professional association for UK screen directors. With over 8,000 members, we represent directors’ rights and concerns, promote excellence in the craft of direction and champion change to the ...
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Pregnancy with Physio Laura is a podcast to help mamas feel confident, empowered and informed in their pregnancy and birth journey. Laura, a women’s health physiotherapist, will share solo riffs on her clinical physiotherapy expertise combined with her personal experience as a mama as well as guest expert interviews from all fields of women’s health. Pregnancy, birth and the post-partum period is not just for surviving, but thriving. Enjoy!
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goodMRKT Live showcases the inspirational stories behind the brands at goodMRKT. Every brand at goodMRKT is dedicated to doing good and each founder has an incredible story to share. With goodMRKT Live we are bringing you those amazing stories straight from the founders themselves. Each week, our host Harry Cunningham will explore the stories around us through the eyes of the people who dare to make a difference and discover how purpose-driven companies are changing the world for the better.
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China’s rapid accumulation and projection of power on the world stage confronts the world’s democracies and open societies with serious challenges. Beyond the breathtaking modernization and enlargement of the People’s Liberation Army, and its increasingly aggressive and expansionist deployment in the Indo-Pacific region, there is the more subtle—but by no means benign— expansion of China’s “sharp power.”
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Unlike most Australians, Harper and Lachie aren't very athletically gifted. Fortunately, though, they're quite good at admiring those who are. And talking. They're quite good at that too. That's why they talk to Australia's most fascinating sportspeople. Sometimes they get deep. Sometimes they don't. But, as their listeners can (probably) confirm, they're always a blast to listen to. Episodes every Monday until they interview the 25 millionth and final talented Australian athlete. Hosted on ...
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How much do you know about pregnancy and alcohol? The reality may surprise you. Alcohol exposure while in the womb may cause Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, or FASD, in the unborn child. It is more common than many people realise. It may lead to lifelong physical and developmental impairments. For such an impactful disorder, it is rarely spoken about in the popular media. This podcast will take the listener behind the scenes to chat with the people who understand FASD the most and to find o ...
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The reMAKERs

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Welcome to the reMAKERS… …a new conversation that asks, ‘what is the best version of us, and how do we actually build it?’ How can we be more collaborative, transformative and ambitious? How can we help change systems, not just treat symptoms? This is your home for nuanced, curious, delightful conversations with some of our most impactful leaders, thinkers and reMAKERs from all walks of life. It’s a chat about politics and social change, about humans and all our weird and wonderful ways, abo ...
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Get ready for the next instalment of the One Fine Baby Pregnancy Podcast. This week we’re bringing the goods with stories from the birthing suite. Australian Birth Stories’ Sophie Walker takes us through what to expect when you’re done expecting. Arming you with all the information for an empowered pregnancy and birthing journey and helping prepare…
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Laurence Bouchard is a Tokyo based street photographer. Originally from the UK, Laurence moved to Tokyo in 2009 and this sealed his interest in photography forever as he navigated (and attempted to understand) this exciting, vibrant and eccentric new culture. Initially he was using just his iPhone for photography which led to Apple selecting him to…
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In episode 467 Gemma shares her unexpected pregnancy with twins. She shares the emotional rollercoaster of disbelief and excitement and the impact of the twins on her planned model of care for the pregnancy. Gemma went through the Midwifery Group Program at Sunshine Coast University Hospital, expressing gratitude for the exceptional care provided b…
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In episode 466 Dee shares her emotional and challenging pregnancy journeys. She was shocked to learn she’d conceived quickly but her elation soon turned to grief when she miscarried; an experience that was long and traumatic. For her subsequent pregnancy she details the isolation and uncertainty that comes with fragmented care which exacerbated her…
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In episode 265 Georgie shares with us the birth of her first child Sadie. Georgie lives in Gunning in rural NSW and went through the local public hospital for her care. Georgie was having her blood pressure carefully monitored throughout her pregnancy however, it wasn't until after Sadie was born that she became very sick with pre-eclampsia. ------…
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Ready to meet your birthing bestie? With a treasure trove of midwifery wisdom, Monique Maitland is the guide you never knew you needed for navigating your pregnancy journey through the public system. Unravelling myths and giving you the straight scoop on midwifery, birthing options, pain relief and interventions, Medicare coverage, and antenatal ca…
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In this episode Alice shares her birth experiences in light of everything she’s learned as a mother, doula and midwife-in-training. In her first pregnancy she chose private obstetric care because at the time, she thought it was the best option available. She details the natural onset of labour, the decision-making process when planning her transfer…
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Kevin "KL" Leon Martin is a multi-talented individual who has made a name for himself in the indie film and photography industry. With a background in professional basketball, freelance photography, and filmmaking, Kevin Martin has become known for his comedic writing, clear visions, and ability to create both indie and mainstream content that is d…
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In episode 463 Midwife Courtney shares with us her two pregnancy and birth experiences. Courtney lives in rural Victoria and chose to go through GP-shared care for her first pregnancy. Courtney admits that she found her midwifery knowledge contributed to her anxiety during both her pregnancies. Her first pregnancy was relatively smooth and she expe…
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In episode 462 Briony shares with us her pregnancy and birth of her little boy Charlie. Briony was diagnosed with stage 4 Hodgkin's lymphoma at the age of 31 and her doctors recommended she do one cycle of IVF prior to starting her chemotherapy treatment. Briony shares that doing the IVF cycle brought her a two week reprieve from the thoughts of tr…
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Noah Penner is a Niagara based, film loving street photographer who like many others took up photography during the pandemic. If you are a fan of street and landscape photography along with the warmth and style that only film provides have a look at his Instagram linked below and see the progression of this promising young photographer.Instagram:Kn…
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In this episode of the One Fine Baby Pregnancy Podcast, Nadean and Olivia quiz Obstetrician Dr. Hugh Porter on all the nitty gritty details about going private. We’re bringing you everything you need to know following conception. Including the cost of private care, how insurance fits in, appointments and scans, c-sections, pain management and other…
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Welcome to the very first episode of the One Fine Baby Pregnancy Podcast. A podcast series delivering you real talk about pregnancy and childbirth from other mums and pregnancy experts who’ve all been there. In this ep, Nadean and Olivia reveal their own experiences and all those “I wish I knew” moments. From birthing choices, public vs private, an…
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Sophie shares with us the birth of her son Liam and her twins Hannah and Louis. After getting married in 2020 Sophie and her husband felt ready to try and grow their family and they were fortunate to conceive shortly after beginning to try. They were living on the Mornington Peninsular in Victoria during Liam's pregnancy and they went under shared …
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Like many other photographers, Gaetan Cormier was introduced to photography at a very young age. He remembers using his mother's Kodak Instamatic. It was magical for him!In the early 90s, Gaetan got his hands on his first camera, the Pentax K1000. At a time when the Internet was not yet a thing, he enrolled in a home photography course offered by t…
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In today’s episode, I’m joined by Gemma who shares with us her two very different and uniquely challenging pregnancies of her son Max and her daughter Ava. During Max’s pregnancy, everything appeared to be running smoothly in his growth and development however the Obstetrician did note that Max’s head was measuring slightly larger than average. It …
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In today’s episode, Chantelle shares her experience of her first pregnancy and birth. Chantelle was very gratefulll to conceive shortly after deciding she was ready to try. She asked around to get recommendations to choose her care provider and she decided to go through the private model and saw an obstetrician at Cabrini Private hospital in Melbou…
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Anton Kartavykh was born in Ukraine (when it was still part of the Soviet Union) and moved to Germany with his parents when he was nine. He grew up in both worlds, which makes up part of his vision of the world today and try's to reflect some of this in his work. At approximately 25 years of age, he accidentally fell in love with analog photography…
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You’re going to love this episode with Jodi; mother of four, yoga teacher, postpartum doula and co-author of The Complete Australian Guide to Pregnancy and Birth. Jodi and I chat all about our postpartum book - what we’ve learnt, the confronting reality of the lack of health services, and how she has reflected on her own postpartum experiences with…
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In today’s episode, Tylah shares her experience as a midwife alongside her first pregnancy and birth. Tylah had spent many years supporting women in pregnancy and labour so she had plenty of time to consider what she wanted for her own birth experience. She knew from the outset that she wanted a homebirth but her partner, a doctor, took some convin…
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Magnus Göransson grew up in the south of Sweden on the countryside and later went on to pursue studies in acting, filmmaking and literature while attending university. Today, Magnus is an actor and a photographer who has a passion for classic theater and timeless photography. As a street photographer, he prefers black & white with a focus on the hu…
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You can listen to Sasha’s birth story in episode 331 and today she takes us through her early motherhood experience including discussions on race, mental health and the work/motherhood juggle. Sasha and her husband, Jem, planned an intentionally slow postpartum which was the ideal introduction to parenthood. Sasha talks openly about the challenges …
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Larke is a midwife and she talks about her primal desire to experience labour and birth. But as she reiterates, there is so much about pregnancy and birth that is beyond our control. She was only 4 weeks pregnant when a scan revealed a significant fibroid at the back of her cervix which dictated her mode of delivery so from very early on she was gr…
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Francisco Escobar is a multi-disciplinary artist working as a photographer, cinematographer and art director since the late 1990s. Francisco has lived, worked and studied in Russia, Germany, Czech Republic, Ireland and of course, his native home of New York. He was classically trained in his crafts at Pratt Institute and Hofstra University. Francis…
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You may have seen Kirsty in the news recently. She’s the recipient of Australia’s first uterus transplant and birthed her miracle baby a few months ago. Today she takes us through the grief of a hysterectomy following her first birth, her options for growing her family, the transplant clinical trial and her pregnancy. At the time of recording, four…
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In today’s episode, Niki shares her two incredibly positive home birth stories of her daughter Elsa and her son Nils. Niki is Swedish and Thai and lives with her Australian husband in Kho Samui where they teach Yoga to both practitioners and Yogis. Niki always knew she wanted to have her babies at home. In Thailand, it is illegal to have a home bir…
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Jonny Dub is an award winning photographer from Manchester UK, now based in Tokyo. His photographic journey began amid the bustling streets of Tokyo, where he skillfully captures the intersection of tradition and modernity. Jonny's evocative work has garnered acclaim, establishing him as a prominent figure to watch out for in the realm of contempor…
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Today, Ellie shares her experience with postpartum thyroiditis after experiencing the tell-tale signs and advocating for the appropriate blood tests at her six week check. There are many symptoms in postpartum that can be excused as side-effects of birth recovery and sleep deprivation. However, what’s ‘common’ isn’t always ‘normal’. Postpartum Thyr…
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Jordy has always had long, painful and heavy periods so when she fell pregnant without trying, no one was more shocked than her. Excess amniotic fluid prevented her from monitoring her baby’s movements so she presented to the hospital multiple times and opted for a planned caesarean at 38 weeks. Her birth experience was incredibly positive and afte…
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Steve Walker was born and raised in the north-east of England but has lived in Liverpool in the north-west for more than a decade, where he works as a journalist, photographer and semi-full-time grandfather.He studied photography at college in the 1980s, using black and white film, then started shooting street photography in his fifties.Steve’s wor…
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This episode features director Alexander Payne, who joined us to discuss the making of his latest feature film The Holdovers.Alexander spoke to film journalist Wendy Mitchell about his approach to shooting to establish a strong sense of place, how he found the visual tone for the 1970s setting, and getting the balance right between creating a perio…
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Joelleen is a midwife, naturopath and IBCLC who takes us through her pregnancy and homebirth experience. Her journey into motherhood began with the birth of her daughter at 16 weeks and she details the shock and grief of her loss. When she conceived again she was accepted into Sunshine Hospital’s publicly-funded homebirth programme and was really p…
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