New podcast releases include The Dream Club on LiSTNR, Ideas Exchange from Piccolo and Podshapes collaboration with Qld TAFE for My Study Journey
Brooke Boney and Linda Marigliano have launched their new podcast series The Dream Club on LiSTNR
Think of The Dream Club as a weekly catch up with best friends an authentic conversations with two of Australia’s most connected entertainment tastemakers and real-life friends, talking through all the things happening around the globe from film and fashion to relationships, mental health, politics and everything in between.
Brooke Boney is best known as Nine Network’s entertainment reporter on the TODAY show and now steps behind the microphone, and says: “I’m excited to have in-depth and lovely conversations about stuff that’s on the real cutting edge of culture and things that are happening in the world.
“It’s the sort of content you’re not going to find anywhere else, having two young women with the depth of experience and a perspective not found in other places. It’s super exciting, and I think you’re going to love it!”
Piccolo Podcasts and Media have added a new podcast for the ASX, ‘Ideas Exchange’ produced by Holly Mitchell.
In the first episode ASX’s Senior Investment Product specialist, Martin Dinh, talks to Dan Annan from BetaShares about the rise in popularity of Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) and the outlook for the year ahead.
Piccolo director, Andrew Menczel, says, “After just its first episode, the investing podcast reached number four on the Apple Podcast Business Chart.”
Podshape and TAFE Queensland have launched a branded podcast, ‘My study journey’ .
The 6-part podcast series follows the stories of 6 overseas students who have taken the leap and moved to Queensland to follow their dreams and pursue their passions in search of their best life.
Elin from Sweden broke her back after seeking to become the world champion in Equestrian Vaulting – gymnastics on horseback. Follow her story from being told she’d never walk again to her inspirational journey to be the best in her field after studying personal training at TAFE Queensland.
Jerry from Papa New Guinea had never been overseas or stepped on an airplane before travelling to Cairns to study a diploma of hospitality at TAFE Queensland.
Rajani left a life in Nepal where she had limited electricity and no running water but saved every penny to afford her ticket to Australia. Follow her fascinating and humbling journey to become an Anesthetic nurse thanks to Tafe Queensland and her excitement at seeing a bathtub for the first time.