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Join award-winning 10 News First journalist, influencer, campaigner and author Sandra Sully as she talks to inspiring women from all walks of life. Sandra finds out what makes these women tick, what keeps them up at night, and what really matters in a series that is at times funny, at times heartbreaking, but always real. Listen to candid conversations with women you’ve heard of, and women you need to hear about, as they open up about their lives, struggles and triumphs. Short Black. Good wo ...
 
Love baseball? Need a daily fix of talking baseball? Comedian and TV producer Paul Francis Sullivan (call him Sully) posts an original podcast every single day, 365 days a year unless it is a leap year and then he is going to do another one. Throughout the season, playoffs and off season, Sully makes his observations, voices his opinions and brings on guests like former major league players and writers and actors, including Joe Mantegna. Agree with him or not, there is always thoughtful, fun ...
 
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Natassia Nicolao is a young woman who’s making waves – without water. Natassia is the winner of this year’s Australian Women’s Weekly Women Of The Future award and the founder and director of Conserving Beauty, Australia’s first waterless beauty brand. She is using her background in science to generate less waste and reduce the beauty industry’s wa…
 
Bruna Papandrea is an Australian success story. From humble beginnings in South Australia, her love of telling stories has seen her become one of the most successful producers in Hollywood today. She is a master of adaption and, with her production company Made Up Stories, has brought us hits including Penguin Bloom, Anatomy Of A Scandal and Nine P…
 
Professor Veena Sahajwalla is the queen of recycling. The 2022 NSW Australian of the Year pioneers research into waste destined for landfill, literally turning trash into treasure. Her revolutionary green steel and green ceramics are being used in building and construction developments around Australia and overseas. A materials scientist, engineer …
 
Erica Berchtold moved from the bricks and mortar world of fashion to take over the reins as CEO of one of Australia’s top online retailers, The Iconic. In the few short years Erica has been there, The Iconic has dealt with covid and doubled the size of its business. She talks to Sandra about the importance of customer service, and why curiosity pla…
 
Dr Rebecca Johnson is one of Australia’s most valuable exports. A scientist whose passions include STEM and wildlife conservation, Rebecca was the first woman to hold the Chief Scientist role at the Australian Museum. She is currently Chief Scientist and Associate Director of Science at The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. The Smiths…
 
Nicole Livingstone is one of Australia’s most decorated swimmers, winning the 50m, 100m and 200m Australian long-course backstroke titles when she was only 15. She has represented Australia at three Olympic Games and also won a record-breaking 10 consecutive 100m backstroke titles between 1987 and 1996. After retiring from competitive swimming Nico…
 
Anita Jacoby is one of Australia’s top TV producers. From producing iconic shows including 60 Minutes, Enough Rope, Weekend Sydney, Today and The Gruen Transfer to heading up ITV Studios in Australia, she has been exposing the truth about other people for more than 30 years. A born storyteller, Anita had the surprise of her life to find the most fa…
 
TV presenter and radio host Myf Warhurst is arguably one of the most respected music experts in Australia and is probably best known for her role as team captain on the much-loved music quiz show Spicks and Specks, but her voice can also be heard in an iconic animated children’s series. From regional Victoria to Eurovision, she opens up to Sandra a…
 
Stacy Jane is an incredibly inspiring and courageous woman. Moving countries after fleeing an abusive relationship, she used her experiences to help others by founding Escabags. Escabags provides ‘escape bags’, handmade tote bags containing essential items that a victim and his or her children would need when first leaving a dangerous or abusive si…
 
Lisa McGuigan is a fourth-generation winemaker from Australia’s Hunter Valley. A true force of nature, she is known for her distinctive Gothic style and her unique metallic wine labels. From finishing school in Switzerland to opening the cellar door of her dreams (in a pandemic), Lisa opens up about how winemaking wasn’t her first love and the chal…
 
Launched just before Covid brought the world to a standstill, the timing actually proved just right for Jessica Brown’s Warrior Woman Foundation. Through the Foundation Jessica is making a massive difference to the lives of at-risk and vulnerable women, providing mentoring and education programs to help them live safely and independently. Jessica’s…
 
Who is Nicola Forrest? Mother, philanthropist and country girl at heart, Nicola has largely flown under the radar – until now. From walking two steps behind her husband, mining magnate Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest, Nicola has now stepped out into her own light. The co-founder and co-chair of the Minderoo Foundation is passionate about bettering the live…
 
After 15 years in the corporate space, Michelle Bowditch went from being an employee to running her own business. She created Door 20a after seeing a need to help women understand the tech side of business. A self-confessed tech lover, Michelle now uses her passion for technology to help women in business and Executive Assistants to get ahead. A fo…
 
Lenore Taylor is one of Australia’s best-known journalists. In this open and honest conversation, the two-time Walkley winner opens up about her illustrious career, from meeting Sandra in the Press Gallery in Canberra 30 years ago to her current role as editor of Guardian Australia, overcoming impostor syndrome (is that possible?) and the changing …
 
Natalie Walker has an impressive resume and has held positions in human rights and Indigenous affairs in the not-for-profit, corporate and government sectors. The founder of Inside Policy, she was the inaugural CEO of Supply Nation, has represented Australia in the G20 Women Business Leaders Taskforce and was recently appointed Social Commissioner …
 
Are some of your friendships actually bad for you and your health? Neuropsychologist Dr Hannah Korrel has spent the last 10 or so years figuring out why our brain makes us do the things we do. Drawing on some of her own experiences, Hannah has written a book about navigating friendships - and knowing when to let go. She talks to Sandra about toxic …
 
When Colleen Callander started her first job in fashion retail at 16, she had no idea it would be the start of a 30-year career that would lead to her being CEO of two of Australia’s most iconic fashion brands, Sussan and Sportsgirl. Now a successful mentor and author, Colleen has made it her mission to help shape the new era of female leadership. …
 
Since founding Australia for UNHCR 20 years ago, Naomi Steer has certainly made her mark on the world of philanthropy. Naomi is a passionate advocate for refugees, and under her leadership the agency has grown to be one of the UNHCR’s 10 top private-sector contributors worldwide. She talks to Sandra about philanthropy and the detrimental affect the…
 
In the last episode of our special series highlighting the finalists of this year’s Australian Women’s Weekly Women Of The Future Awards, Sandra talks to Hannah Diviney from Missing Perspectives. Missing Perspectives was formed as a global publication platform with one mission - to address the under-representation of women and girls in news worldwi…
 
In the penultimate episode of our series highlighting the finalists of this year’s Australian Women’s Weekly Women Of The Future Awards, Sandra talks to Mannie Kaur Verma from Veera. Taking its name from the Punjabi term meaning ‘brave girl’, Veera was set up to assist migrant women in Australia who are the victims of domestic and family violence F…
 
In the fourth of our series highlighting the finalists of the Australian Women’s Weekly Women Of The Future Awards, Sandra talks to Angelique Wan, co-founder and director of Consent Labs. Identifying the growing need to change the culture around sexual consent, Consent Labs‘ mission is to help reduce the high rates of sexual harassment and assault …
 
Continuing our series highlighting the finalists of this year’s Australian Women’s Weekly Women Of The Future Awards, this time Sandra talks to the founders of JAM The Label, Emma Clegg and Molly Rogers. It was through their work as occupational therapists that Emma and Molly realised there was a real need for inclusive clothing for young people wi…
 
In the second of our series highlighting the finalists of this year’s Australian Women’s Weekly Women Of The Future Awards, Sandra talks to the founders of She Runs, Martina Ucnikova & Jessica Smith. Based in Western Australia, She Runs is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to empower women to be at the forefront of political life and civil so…
 
Short Black is delighted to be partnering with Australian Women’s Weekly as they get ready to announce the winner of this year's Women Of The Future Awards. Now in its ninth year, the awards help exceptional Australian women aged 18-34 develop projects that will transform lives. Over the next six weeks, Short Black will be showcasing each of the tr…
 
Collette Dinnigan is one of Australia’s most successful fashion and interior designers. She has shown at Paris Fashion Week more than 30 times, and her clothes have been worn by the likes of the Duchess of Cambridge, Nicole Kidman, Angelina Jolie, Kylie Minogue, P!nk, Diana Ross, Cameron Diaz and Beyoncé. In recent years she’s launched a ceramics l…
 
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