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Allison Langdon wants you to stop pitting her against other women in the media
Allison Langdon is only 43 but she's already become a staple in the Australian media landscape; she’s been behind the desks of programs like 60 Minutes, The Today Show, and most recently, A Current Affair.
On this episode of Something To Talk About, Sarrah and Allison talk about life in some of the biggest newsrooms in the country, how she parents amid such an all-consuming job and the frustrating nature of an industry that often pits women against each other.
Parental Guidance will air from Monday, June 5, at 7.30pm on Channel 9 and 9Now. You can also catch Allison behind the A Current Affair desk weeknights from 7.00pm.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Why Miranda Kerr is leaning hard into her grandma era
Miranda Kerr first rose to fame at just 13 years old, when she won Dolly magazine’s model search competition in 1997. From there, she was on a path to global stardom, working with brands like Prada, Chanel, Dior... and became the only Australian model to strut the runway as a Victoria’s Secret Angel.
On this episode of Something To Talk About, Sarrah and Miranda talk about turning 40, the modern family she’s built for herself and why she can’t wait for the day she gets to be a grandma.
You can find out more about Miranda's Certified Organic Skincare brand at www.koraorganics.com or on Instagram at @KORAOrganics.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Fifi Box tells all about her unique path to motherhood
Fifi Box is a much loved radio presenter and media personality, and today she is joining us in the studio for a characteristically candid conversation about her life as a mother-of-two and to share with us her IVF journey.
On this episode of Something To Talk About, Sarrah and Fifi talk about the reality of Mothers Day, the people that make up her 'village' and why despite taking control of her own fertility, she still considers herself a hopeless romantic.
You can hear Fifi every morning on Melbourne’s 101.9 The Fox breakfast show Fifi, Fev & Nick, also available to stream or catch up on LiSTNR.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Abbie Chatfield on dating, diet rumours - and life after being diagnosed with ADHD
Abbie Chatfield first appeared on our screens as a contestant on The Bachelor, but in the years since has become one of the most well-known people in Australia. We've seen her take on prime-time television, radio and podcasting, and she has become a passionate voice on a range of issues including sexual wellness and mental health.
On this episode of Something To Talk About, Sarrah chats to Abbie about her ADHD diagnosis, pulling back from the public eye, and what it was like to be at the centre of another national conversation about slut shaming late last year.
FBoy Island Australia will premiere on BINGE on May 29.
WARNING: This episode includes frank discussion of mental health, weight loss and body shaming, and may be triggering for some listenersSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Maria Thattil is here to make you uncomfortable
Whether making news after gracing the cover of a national magazine with her female partner or challenging the notion of what an “Australian” looks like, Maria Thattil has become one of the most eloquent and well-informed advocates in the country.
On this episode of Something To Talk About, Sarrah and Maria are covering some serious ground, talking about everything from her relationship and her platform, to allyship and reproductive health.
You can follow Maria on social media via her Instagram (linked here) and her TikTok (linked here).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
From the title that sets the news agenda every week, Something To Talk About sees Stellar editor-in-chief Sarrah Le Marquand sit down with a diverse range of guests - from household names to news identities and everyday people with a compelling story to share - for exclusive interviews and thought-provoking in-depth conversations. A new episode of Something To Talk About is published every Saturday evening.