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The Howie Games will record before a live audience

Friday 02 August, 2019

The Howie Games will record before a live audience, Wednesday 21st August at the ARA Darling Quarter Theatre in Sydney, in a first for the popular series hosted by Mark ‘Howie’ Howard, as he sits down with Olympic silver medallist and two-time BMW World Champion Sam Willoughby for a candid, raw and personal interview and share his inspirational story of overcoming adversity.
 

Just The Gist with Rosie Waterland on PodcastOne

Wednesday 31 July, 2019

After the success of her award-winning podcast, My Mum Says My Memoir is a Lie, comedian and author Rosie Waterland is set to launch a new podcast, Just The Gist, which will see her chatting about anything and everything to two of her most hilarious friends, Jacob Stanley and Emily Bishop.
 

Kate Langbroek reveals the importance of faith in A Life of Greatness

Tuesday 30 July, 2019

After the success of series one of PodcastOne’s, A Life Of Greatness, season two is set to launch with the premiere episode featuring a raw, intimate and emotional interview with Hit Network personality, Kate Langbroek, who shares her experience growing up as a Jehovah’s Witness, while discussing religion and the important role faith played during the most challenging time of her life; when her son Louis was battling leukemia.
 

PodcastOne's The Wellness Collective's latest episode, with Tully Smyth

Monday 22 July, 2019
In PodcastOne’s latest episode of The Wellness Collective, Tully Smyth shares the story of her mother's 23 year battle with dementia.
 
The reality TV star, writer and social media influencer with over 200k followers on Instagram, shares the story in a raw, emotional and very personal episode.
 

Dr Charlie Teo is the latest on The Five of My Life

Tuesday 16 July, 2019

Acclaimed brain surgeon, Dr Charlie Teo, chats with Nigel Marsh on the latest episode of The Five of My Life podcast from PodcastOne and says he's always been subjected to the tall poppy syndrome in Australia, "I'm not a wilting flower when it comes to my skills. That's always worked against me in Australia.

The Howie Games Series 6 podcast begins this week

Wednesday 03 July, 2019

The Howie Games is back with its sixth series set to be released on PodcastOne on Thursday 4 July and the first episode features Australian swimming champions, Cate & Bronte Campbell
 
Over ten episodes, experienced sports broadcaster and journalist Mark ‘Howie’ Howard interviews some of the world’s biggest names in sport in a podcast that is described as candid, insightful and inspiring.
 

Helen McCabe joins PodcastOne to launch ‘Future Women Leadership Series’ podcast

Monday 01 July, 2019

One of Australia’s most respected and influential media icons and founder of women’s network Future Women, Helen McCabe, is the latest expert to join the PodcastOne stable, with the ‘Future Women Leadership Series’ podcast set to be released on Tuesday 2 July.
 
Hosted by McCabe, it shares insights from some of the most influential women on the sometimes-complex challenges faced by women on the path to senior leadership.
 

ACRA winner Rosie Waterland tells her Australian Story

Monday 25 March, 2019
"I am so done mining my truma for my creative work.. I just want to write fiction now... I want to laugh every day, no more truma."


Podcast One host of Mum Says My Memoir is A Lie, Rosie Waterland was featured tonight on Australian Story.

See our earlier report on her podcast.

Neil Ackland reveals how he thought his career would never recover after being named The Friday F*%#wit by triple j.

Monday 11 February, 2019

Neil Ackland, CEO Junkee Media shares his biggest career setback and offers insight on how to be better, not bitter, in Margie Hartley’s new podcast series Fast Track.

Mary (Moo) Baulch opens up on PodcastOne’s Women with Clout

Wednesday 30 January, 2019

In the latest episode of PodcastOne’s Women with Clout social commentator Jane Caro and journalist Catherine Fox speak to CEO of Domestic Violence NSW and 2019 Order of Australia Medal recipient, Mary (Moo) Baulch, who opens up about her incredible quest to stop violence against women, how she came to meet her birth mother at the age of 25 and why she's always had a 'little bit of attitude'.
 

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