We're back! This week, as promised, we start speaking about faith - what made the shifting start, and what the journey's looked like over the last 10 or so years.
Hello! In this week’s episode we discuss affirmative action, Australian politics, gender, race, and the fact that our views are boringly similar on these topics. We also review Trainwreck (the movie), Matilda (the musical), Amy (a documentary about Amy Winehouse), and Bikes vs Cars (a documentary about bikes and cars).
Sarah realised post-podcast that Bill Hayden was actually the governor general, and Annelise also realised, upon relistening to the conversation, that she, too, had made a mistake, although she can’t for the life of her remember what it was.
This week it's Sonia and Annelise discussing "girliness" and gender stereotypes, Barbies, The Wiggles (again), Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay, and racism (and variations of on all of these themes).
In this week's episode we discuss parents' expectations for their kids' health and education, from the perspective of a paediatrician (Sarah), a teacher (Sonia), and a possibly-overly-chillaxed parent (Annelise). We also review Barbara Kingsolver's Flight Behaviour (now that Sarah's finished it), and despite our misgivings, we agreed post-podcast that we think you should read it.
This week we chat about binge-watching/listening and taking time away from noise and entertainment. We also talk about Flight Behaviour by Barbara Kingsolver (or "Kingslover," as Sonia calls her), Lexicon by Max Barry, Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Strout, This House of Grief by Helen Garner, and the Pixar film Inside Out. Oh, and also Orange is the New Black (but that goes without saying at this point).
This week we discuss armpit hair, the hypocrisy surrounding the "dad bod," and the ABC documentary The Killing Season.
This episode was (not) brought to you by the ABC. This week we mention various ABC shows, ranging from The Wiggles to Compass. We also hear Sarah's views on Orange is the New Black, and we talk about The Female Eunuch by Germaine Greer.
This week's topic: conversation (and, despite having the perfect opportunity, Sonia fails to say the word 'dialogue'). We also chat about the Serial and Undisclosed podcasts.
Sarah and Annelise are on the same side of the Skype call this week, as we chat about self-doubt, and whether it's only women who struggle with the feeling that they don't know what they're talking about...
HURRAH! In this episode we first find out Sarah's perspective on the topics Sonia and Annelise have covered over the last two weeks, then we discuss our feelings about ANZAC and Mothers' Days while sneakily eating sour straps.
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