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Mums Say is the UK's 1st digital radio station platform for the community of mummy bloggers, vloggers and digital influencers, to lead the conversation and have their say on air on topics ranging across parenting, travel, politics, education, food, fashion and lifestyle. The radio station was founded for mums to express themselves, discuss, debate and share ideas, however we are finding that dads also want a piece of the action. WE SHARE BUDGETING ADVICE, easy recipes and travel choices alon ...
 
From skaters to singers, mountaineers to Mars mission-leaders. From the deep blue sea to the dark, black skies. Australia is full of girls who dare to do things differently. Adventurous girls. Girls with guts and spirit. Girls who stand-up and say, "watch out world, here I come!". Do you know what they are? They're FIERCE. These are their stories. Join the amazing Amy Shark, Julie Bishop, Yael Stone and more as they tell the inspiring tales of some of Australia's most extraordinary women.
 
Welcome to BBC London’s audioBoom page. Here you’ll find highlights and additional material from our newsroom right in the heart of the capital. Contributions from our reporters and from you. Got a story you think we should tell? Get in touch by recording or uploading your story by using the green button or by calling 0118 413 8272 By posting here you agree to your boo being used by BBC London. http://www.bbc.co.uk/london
 
Sets from Gareth Coupe and Stel Alexander. After focusing on building his plumbing and heating company the former IDJ Magazine competition winner, the former resident at the 2nd best club night in Wales Mixmag 2006 Dance Music Awards, FREAK. And former resident at arguably one of the biggest club nights in the UK, Yousef's very own award winning CIRCUS in Liverpool…. Stel Alexander is back behind the decks. Stel Alexander bought his 1st set of turntables at the age of 17 and his 1st gig came ...
 
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Fierce Girls listen up! If you want to know whether schools should ban homework or how to win an argument with your parents… then you should check out Short & Curly. It's a fun-filled podcast packed with answers to your curly questions that will get you thinking about pop culture, school, technology and the future. So if you want to learn something…
 
The mysterious discovery of the Alsehli sisters, who were found dead in a Sydney flat after more than a month, has shocked Australians.But who are they? What were they doing here? And most chillingly - why are they dead?Reporters Rachael Brown and Mahmood Fazal investigate.Please note this story contains disturbing themes including discussions of s…
 
Faith Thomas grew up throwing rocks at galahs. She'd only been playing proper cricket for a couple of weeks before she was picked to represent South Australia. Her phenomenal stats made headlines. So, it was no great surprise when Faith got called up to represent Australia against England in Brisbane. When she stepped onto the Gabba cricket ground,…
 
Yukultji Napangati grew up with no contact with the outside world. Just her and her family, living on a shimmery salt lake. She learned how to live on Country, how to find food, water, and shelter. She was a particularly great hunter. When she turned 14, everything changed. She saw her first other humans, and saw a car for the first time. She had b…
 
Queenie McKenzie grew up on a cattle station, staying away from the grasps of the authorities, who would take Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander kids like her from their families at will. As she grew up, she solved problems everywhere she saw them. From building schools and teaching kids in her community, to saving a man’s life by repairing his …
 
When Kath Ruska's dad told her white people would never recognise Aboriginal culture, she hoped he was wrong. She became a famous poet, using her pen as a weapon to fight for Indigenous rights. Her words took her all the way to Parliament House, where she demanded the Prime Minister do more to improve the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islan…
 
Mary Ann Bugg was an Aboriginal woman who became a savvy bushranger and accomplice to Captain Thunderbolt. She was the bushranger's spy, riding ahead into towns to check for police. She also used her bush skills to gather and hunt food for the group of bushrangers she rode with. Mary Ann used her first-class education and stunning beauty to fool th…
 
Molly Kelly had a white father and an Aboriginal mother and was just a young girl when she was taken from her home.She was stolen from her family and taken to a settlement where white people hoped to stamp out her Aboriginality.But Molly escaped and walked one thousand miles home to her family, using a rabbit-proof fence as her guide.Written and na…
 
Daisy Bindi couldn't understand why her boss paid wages to the white workers, but not to her. She was no different to them. And neither were all the other Aboriginal workers who were being treated like slaves. In 1946 Daisy decided enough was enough. She helped lead a three-year strike which won Aboriginal workers fairer pay and better working cond…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged schools across the country like never before, but it's also shone a light on existing issues within the profession such as a chronic shortage of specialised teachers and growing workload stress. Reporter Mayeta Clark follows teachers in public schools in NSW as they struggle to cover classes and keep their stude…
 
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