Shameless

Your weekly guilty pleasure.

The pop-culture podcast for smart women who love dumb stuff.

Gooooood morning Shameless friends! We are so delighted to have you.

Coming up on today's show: WTAF do we do with men like Pete Evans? How #InstagramDown made us confront our dependence on a single company in Silicon Valley, and the College cheating scandal that landed two actresses (and their famous husbands) in some very hot water.

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This episode was produced by Michelle Andrews.

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Hello and welcome to this In Conversation episode of Shameless. Today we are joined by one of the leading women in Australia's tech industry, Michelle Battersby. Michelle is the force behind Bumble Australia, and will be instrumental in the brands push into the Asia Pacific region. Here, we talk about the forces that shaped her from childhood, what drives her, and the machinations behind fostering a cult brand.

Follow Michelle on Instagram @michellebattersby, and check out Bumble on socials @bumble_australia.

See you on Monday friends! Thanks to Bellabox for making this episode possible.

This episode was produced by Michelle Andrews.

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Welcome back to the week, lovely Shameless people.

On today's show: Ashy Bines has landed herself in another scandal and are we really betting on weight loss now? Plus, the horrifying Michael Jackson documentary that everyone’s talking about, and, finally, has political correctness ruined comedy?

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This episode was produced by Zara McDonald.

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Happy Monday gorgeous Shameless family!

Coming up on today's show: why are drugs suddenly being used to market products to millennials? What should we take away from the Jordyn Woods red table talk? And, finally, how pop-culture and bi-erasure intersect.

Read Billi Fitzsimons' hilarious story on influencer invasions: https://www.mamamia.com.au/instagram-influencer/

Pop-culture is afraid of bisexuality: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/sep/23/popular-culture-afraid-of-bisexuality-john-constantine

Watch the 'Bi the way, we exist' TED Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMbfDV55kmc

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This episode was produced by Michelle Andrews... who apologises once again for her ridiculously husky voice.


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This week on the show, there’s a little less of the dumb stuff because we are joined by the inimitable Jamila Rizvi. In her own words, Jamila is an author, presenter and political commentator. She is is author of the best-selling Not Just Lucky, a career manifesto for millennial women and The Motherhood, an anthology of letters about life with a newborn. Jamila is currently Editor-at-Large of the Nine Network’s Future Women where you may have heard her as host of their podcast Future Women Weekly.

You can follow her on Instagram here and Twitter here.

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