Black Magic Woman the first Indigenous podcast to join the iHeart Podcast Network

Black Magic Woman, the podcast hosted by Mundanara Bayles has partnered with The iHeart Podcast Network Australia, the first Indigenous podcast to do so.

Mundanara said:

“By having Black Magic Woman with iHeart we can inspire other Aboriginal people to see that if they can deliver and develop a product as good as what we’ve been able to do, then there’s nothing stopping them from being amplified by mainstream networks.”

Corey Layton, Head of Digital Audio added:

“The collaboration between Black Magic Woman and iHeartPodcasts is a significant step forward in ensuring Indigenous voices are heard and celebrated. By partnering with Mundanara, we aim to foster a more inclusive podcasting landscape that educates, inspires and promotes positive change.”

Black Magic Woman provides a platform for Aboriginal doctors, lawyers, parents, entrepreneurs, professors, authors and actors to tell their own stories separate from the mainstream media.

The latest episode sees Stan Grant joining Mundanara for a special conversation, recorded live on Gadigal Country at BlackCard’s 10th birthday and NAIDOC Week celebration. Stan shared his advice to young ones and how his strength in the knowledge of who he is, as a Wiradjuri person, has carried him across the globe and throughout his life and career.

Black Magic Woman is available here, on the iHeart app and wherever you listen to your podcasts.

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