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TV critic Melissa Girimonte, also known as The Televixen, hosts Fem TV, an interview series featuring real stories of women working in the TV industry. Created to celebrate women in television, Fem TV aims to inspire, educate and entertain.
 
Welcome to the Film & TV podcast series, hosted by Ben Field. Gain exclusive insight into the world of Film and Television through the personal journeys of industry influencers from Hollywood and beyond. Ben spearheads the Film & TV team at Hillsong, spanning 30+ global cities, including Sydney, London, New York, and Los Angeles - and runs Hillsong Channel, a 24/7 TV network reaching over 165 million homes worldwide. Through these conversations, our hope is that you'll learn and be inspired ...
 
The Sentinel Speakeasy is the official podcast of the Sydney Sentinel; an independent, progressive voice in Sydney's media landscape, offering a fresh and inclusive take on Sydney. Featuring the best in local arts, entertainment, news and opinion joined by dedicated queer, vegan and youth sections, it is an online publication for the 2020s and beyond. Free to read and access at https://sydneysentinel.com.au
 
On May 13th, 2004, the world said ‘Goodnight Seattle’ one last time to the greatest TV character of all time, Dr. Frasier Crane. Frasier superfans Sydney Boniface and Teddy Ivanova open an investigation, assuming what appears to them to be obvious, that the absence of the beloved titular character means Frasier must be missing. They learn very quickly that in Hollywood, things are not always as they seem.
 
Publisher Philip Macalister introduces Good Returns TV and his first guests on the show, Andrew Bascand from Harbour Asset Management. Bascand says investors should halve their return expectations in an increasingly volatile market; financial adviser Murray Weatherston believes the review of the Financial Advisers Act has been resoundingly a win for the “big end of town”; and Julian McCormack, an investment specialist for Platinum Asset Management in Sydney, tells Philip why a recovery in Eu ...
 
TV, I Say with Ashley Ray is a podcast dedicated to all things TV, hosted by Ashley Ray, the internet’s leading TV pop culture expert! A writer for Vulture, The A.V. Club and Vice, each week Ashley keeps listeners up to date on the shows everyone is talking about, digs deep into classic tropes, and breaks down the best moments in television with some of your favorite comedians, actors, TV writers and more! TV, I Say with Ashley Ray is the hangout sitcom of a podcast you’ve been waiting for. ...
 
Break a Leg! is a podcast that explores the relationship between disability and the arts. Join playwright and advocate Nicole Zimmerer and her guests as they cover topics in theatre, film, TV, studio arts, music, and more. We’ll be spilling the “Disabili-Tea” on current and past events in disability history and investigate the future of accessibility in the arts. This podcast is perfect for fans of the arts looking to learn more about disability representation and arts accessibility in a fun ...
 
Meet John & Chris Comino: directors of Spirit & Life Training John and Chris began their lifelong, love affair 40 years ago at an archaeological dig at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Chris claims that she dug John out of the ruins. They have four children and 4 gorgeous grandchildren. They trained for ministry in Britain and have served 23 churches in New Zealand, the USA and Australia. John & Chris direct the Spirit & Life Training Centre in Lidcombe, Sydney. They believe that our churches ...
 
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In the conclusion to Fem TV's first annual Emmys Week, hair department head Jerilynn Stephens joins us to discuss her work on The Voice and Legendary. She has also been using her platform to raise awareness for ovarian cancer as someone who was diagnosed with it earlier this year. Jerilynn is a double nominee in the "Outstanding Contemporary Hairst…
 
Our first annual Emmys Week continues with costume designer Jeriana San Juan, nominated for the Halston episode, “Versailles” In addition to designing all of the show-stopping looks, she also consulted on the series to give the fashion design elements a more authentic look and feel. In our conversation, she talks about working with Ewan McGregor an…
 
This is the inaugural Fem TV Presents: The Queen Sugar Directors’ Series with Season 6, Episode 1 director, Carmen Marrón. Beginning today, and every Wednesday following each new episode of Queen Sugar’s sixth season, we’ll be releasing a conversation with the director of that week’s episode. Carmen shares the story of how she became a part of the …
 
Our first annual Emmys Week continues with editor Jessica Brunetto, nominated for the pilot of Hacks, “There Is No Line.” We chat about her start in the industry, her work on female-led shows like Another Period and Broad City, and when she realized that they’d captured lightning in a bottle with Hacks. We also talk about her short film, Sisters, w…
 
The Sydney Sentinel's Peter Hackney and Travis de Jonk explore the week's top stories on sydneysentinel.com.au SPECIAL GUEST this episode is Katherine Berger, the festival director of the Sydney Underground Film Festival which celebrates it's 15th anniversary this year, streaming it's entire fantastic program from 9th to 26th September. TO FIND OUT…
 
Fem TV's first annual Emmys Week kicks off with hair department head, Liliana Maggio. Liliana and her team were nominated for "Outstanding Contemporary Hairstyling" for Season 2, Episode 6 of The Politician, "What's in the Box?" In addition to chatting about her work on The Politician, we touch on how she made the jump from a career in advertising …
 
Nicole’s friend and fellow playwright Adrienne Dawes joined us for this episode to talk about writing from different perspectives and in different genres. What have these playwrights been working on? Why do we need popcorn plays? Is Austin still weird? Listen to find out! Adrienne Dawes is a writer, producer, and teaching artist currently based in …
 
Music supervisor Jennifer Smith stops by to discuss her start in the industry, her career so far, and working on Season 2 of Why Women Kill. Jennifer was also very candid about the challenges that music supervisors face with pay inequality. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Stitcher | RSS Contact + Follow: Email | Twitter | Facebook | Insta…
 
In this minisode, Motel Makeover's April Brown and Sarah Sklash discuss their Netflix docuseries about transforming a rundown motel in Sauble Beach, Ontario into The June Motel. April and Sarah share how they landed on Sauble Beach for their second motel, completing a huge undertaking like this during a global pandemic, and how they’re excited for …
 
Peter Hackney and Travis de Jonk explore the week's top stories on sydneysentinel.com.au SPECIAL GUEST this episode is Craig Bennett, best known as the entertainment reporter on Studio 10, who has had a long and fascinating history in journalism, TV, radio and the stage. We speak to him about his amazing career that has put him right in the thick o…
 
Nicole Winters, Lucia Entertainment Co-founder and Head of Development and Partnerships, joins us for this SeriesFest conversation to discuss her docuseries pilot, Go Green, that screened at this year's festival. We discuss Nicole's start in TV ad sales, creating the hit digital series, Drinking with the Stars, the potential she sees for Go Green, …
 
Peter Hackney and Travis de Jonk explore the week's top stories on sydneysentinel.com.au SPECIAL GUEST this episode is Amanda Rose from Western Sydney Women. Rose is the Founder & Publisher of Business Woman Media, Founding Director of Western Sydney Women, the Managing Director of Western Sydney Advisory, and the Founder & CEO of Small Business Wo…
 
HAPPY 100 EPISODES OF BEHIND CLOSED DOORS! Of course, we've got something extra special for you today and were joined (in the ACTUAL studio) by some absolute babes you've heard on the podcast in the past! Jayde Pierce, Sydney May Crouch and Yewande Biala all came back to celebrate on our brand new set and we even had a JUICY game of Never Have I Ev…
 
From Season 7 of SeriesFest, writer/producer/director Michele Palermo joins us to discuss her dramedy pilot, Middle of Nowhere. In addition to discussing the Middle of Nowhere pilot (which won the Audience Award for Best Independent Pilot at SeriesFest), our conversation covers her prolific career in TV, including her first TV writing job on Boy Me…
 
IN THIS EPISODE: Sydney Sentinel editor Peter Hackney and features editor Travis de Jonk explore the Sentinel's top stories of the week, including: A war of words that has broken out over the future management of Callan Park, the former psychiatric hospital in Lilyfield; Moves by residents and local groups towards a proposed de-amalgamation of the …
 
If you're as obsessed with TikTok as we are, you'll definitely be familiar with today's guests. Milli and Megan Mcloughlin joined Nat on this weeks episode to spill the tea on how they gained over 2.5M followers on TikTok, their advice to anyone who wants to follow in their footsteps, and how they've learnt to be cautious about who to trust in the …
 
IN THIS EPISODE: Sydney Sentinel features editor Travis de Jonk and guest co-host - writer, director and performer Brent Thorpe explore the Sentinel's top stories of the week, including: the NSW local government elections being pushed back to 4 December, due to the ongoing Covid-19 lockdown; Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras organisation appointing…
 
Michael Patrick Thornton is the co-founder and artistic director of Chicago's The Gift Theatre. He joined Nicole to talk about producing, his career on stage and television, casting, representation, the “cripple card,” traveling abroad in a wheelchair, Bruce Willis, and more! The Gift Theatre online: Website: https://thegifttheatre.org/ Instagram: …
 
In our final episode from the 2021 ATX Television Festival, director and producer Kat Candler stops by to chat about her work on CW series, The Republic of Sarah. We also discuss Queen Sugar, and how it has become such a valuable place for female indie directors to get that elusive first TV directing gig. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | S…
 
IN THIS EPISODE Sydney Sentinel editor Peter Hackney and features editor Travis de Jonk explore the Sentinel's top stories of the week, including: Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore wading into federal politics, lashing out at Prime Minister Scott Morrison over the federal government’s slow Covid-19 vaccine rollout; the NSW local government elections b…
 
We return to our coverage of the 2021 ATX Television Festival with this episode featuring actor Kayla Cromer. Kayla is best known as Matilda on Freeform’s Everything’s Gonna Be OK, and was part of The Messy Middle panel about representation of disabilities on TV. In the episode, we discuss Matilda’s story arc in Season 2, Kayla's love of the true c…
 
IN THIS EPISODE: Sydney Sentinel editor Peter Hackney and features editor Travis de Jonk explore the Sentinel's top stories of the week, including: The latest figures and restrictions regarding the continuing covid crisis locking down NSW; Inner West Council calls for more public toilets to be provided across Sydney’s Inner West and for the facilit…
 
IN THIS EPISODE: Sydney Sentinel editor Peter Hackney and features editor Travis de Jonk explore the Sentinel's top stories of the week, including: Additional Covid rules and restrictions coming into effect following the increasing Covid cases in NSW; The Sentinel's John Moyle's interview with Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore who has reignited calls …
 
Our 2021 ATX Television Festival coverage continues with this conversation featuring director, producer, writer, speaker and TV host, Fiona Dawson. Fiona took part in this year’s festival with a proof of concept for her docuseries, Now with Fiona. An Emmy nominee and award-winning director, Fiona reflects on her career so far, the panel and screeni…
 
Alondra Santos-Castillo is a theatrical stage manager, scenic designer, and artist. Nicole and Alondra discuss what it's like to have arthrogryposis in the workplace, some important US legislation, Alondra's recent entrepreneurial venture, Nicole's ideal "man meat," and more! Find Alondra online! Instagram: @mamaduckysessentials Facebook: https://w…
 
Mandi Line, costume designer on Season 5 of The Bold Type, joins us to chat about her work on the final season of the Freeform series. In our conversation, we chat about her start as a stylist for rock bands, the clever ways she had to source pieces while filming in Montreal during the pandemic, the Black Designer Database that she looked to for Ka…
 
In first episode of season two, Sydney Sentinel editor Peter Hackney and features editor Travis de Jonk explore the Sentinel's top stories of the week, including: Waverley Council’s announcement of new business and childcare relief packages in the wake of NSW Covid lockdowns; Sydney vegan institution The Green Lion closing to the public; our interv…
 
Fem TV is celebrating 100 episodes with Mythic Quest's Jessie Ennis! In our conversation, we discuss Jessie's career, playing Jo on Mythic Quest, and how the collaborative nature behind the scenes has offered her so many opportunities to learn and grow. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Stitcher | RSS Contact + Follow: Email | Twitter | Fac…
 
This week, Nat's joined by TikTok star, Eden Harvey. She went viral on the platform last year for her 'Eat With Eden' series, which she began to help people with loneliness during lockdown. Since then, she's gained over 2.3 million followers and an incredibly loyal fanbase. In this episode, she spills all the tea on just how she's done it, and the …
 
In a special Emmy For Your Consideration conversation, Lovecraft Country production designer, Kalina Ivanov, and costume designer, Dayna Pink, discuss their work on the acclaimed series. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Stitcher | RSS Contact + Follow: Email | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube…
 
Sex/Life showrunner Stacy Rukeyser and star Margaret Odette join us to talk about the Netflix original series. In it, we touch the ways female sexuality and sexual agency are portrayed on Sex/Life, thoughts on “free the nipple,” and how intimacy coordinators on set have changed things for the better. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Stitch…
 
Gena Sims is a performer, the founder of the Autism Theater Project, and a fellow Carnegie Mellon alum. She's producing "The Voice Inside," a new web series about how real teens, especially teens with disabilities, face challenges in their lives and succeed. Find Gena online! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/genasings Instagram: @genasims19 The A…
 
This week we're talking body positivity, the realities of Instagram, and women's safety with the gorgeous Georgie Clarke. We chatted about how she became an advocate for being real with her followers, building a genuinely happy lifestyle, and the importance of making women feel safer when out alone.
 
In this episode, we're joined by producer, writer and director Anja Marquardt. Best known for her critically acclaimed, award-winning indie film She’s Lost Control, Anja has recently ventured into episodic TV for the first time with Season 3 of The Girlfriend Experience. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Stitcher | RSS Contact + Follow: Ema…
 
In our first episode from the 2021 ATX Television Festival, Queen Sugar producing director Lisa France joins us to discuss her work on Seasons 5 and 6 of the groundbreaking OWN series. Lisa shares what it was like to film in real time during the Covid pandemic, how the storylines were reflecting what was happening in real life, and how they adapted…
 
Today we're joined by model and presenter of new BBC three documentary 'Dangerous Curves: Get thicc, get sick'. She shared her experience of taking apetamin in the hopes it would give her a 'slim thick' aesthetic, the dangerous side effects she was willing to risk, and why she created the documentary to warn others against doing the same.…
 
Home Before Dark creator and executive producer Dana Fox and star Brooklynn Prince tease Season 2 of the series and some of the new challenges Hilde faces as she takes on a new mystery. Home Before Dark Season 1 is available now on Apple TV Plus, and Season 2 premieres June 11. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Stitcher | RSS Contact + Foll…
 
Nicole is joined by her friend Sydney Mayer to discuss disability representation in media (what really is "representation"?). They dive deep on disability and rhetoric, the words "Handicap" and "Accessibility," Inspo-Porn, character tropes, and more! Sydney Mayer is a writer and dramaturg currently based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She holds a BFA…
 
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