June 30, 2017
Sometimes your episode content is waylaid, but you notice that it's National Fish 'n' Chip Day. Izzy gets enthusiastic, Daria gets cravings, Corey looks for an escape hatch, and Jodie simply judges silently.
Are they potato scallops or cakes? We're tackling the big issues tonight.
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First broadcast: 2 June 2017
May 28, 2017
Tonight, we're getting green for our lovely vegetarian, vegan and veg-curious listeners. Join Gem, Nida and special guest Laniyuk. What are the ups or downs of veganism? Oh, don't worry, we'll tell you.
Trimmed version of Taki and Greenleaf by Cara Feely Choate. Used under CC by 2.0.
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First broadcast: 26 May 2017
January 18, 2016
Neither you nor your mother(s) should turn a blind eye nor a deaf ear to this episode. Tune in for our discussion of the wonderfully queer show Please Like Me. Izzy, Nicky, Nida and Joel are talking mental illness, queer representation, food choices and the recent third season of the show.
As ever, to discuss something properly, we go FULL SPOILER.
This episode features discussion of matters such as mental illness and suicide. If you are feeling depression or distress, visit Beyond Blue
or phone Lifeline on 131 114.
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Third thing: This episode was originally broadcast before #38, A Very Nicky Christmas, hence the slightly anachronistic last couple of minutes.
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First broadcast: 18 December 2015
July 26, 2015
We talked about it on the Ecofeminism episode last week, and now you can hear it for yourself whether on again or for the first time.
Annie, Daria, Jess, Lydia and Nida are faced with a stereotype that lesbians are vegetarians. Is it true that Women Who Love Women are more inclined to consume plant matter? Should we be? And will Nida really make the jump way up the opposite end of the spectrum?
First broadcast: 5 September 2014
February 21, 2015
About 28 days ago, Jess and Nida brought you their perspective on menstruation. Since then, some of the rest of the team have been lining up our own thoughts on the subject. Tonight a different take on The Curse as your visitors come on to pad your evening.
So pour some blue liquid, don your tight white jeans and get out your cow's-head diagram. It's that time of next month as Daria, Lucy and new guest Amy get bloody irregular with topics, moon over the positives, rag on the negatives, and present their own period piece.
First broadcast: 20 February 2015