9 episodes

What does it mean to be a man in 2019? The Men Who Raised Us podcast speaks to inspirational men from all walks of life on how their journey through adolescence shaped who they are today. This podcast is presented in partnership with The Fathering Project. New episodes are released every Monday and Thursday - listen and subscribe to hear more.

The Men Who Raised Us GQ Australia

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What does it mean to be a man in 2019? The Men Who Raised Us podcast speaks to inspirational men from all walks of life on how their journey through adolescence shaped who they are today. This podcast is presented in partnership with The Fathering Project. New episodes are released every Monday and Thursday - listen and subscribe to hear more.

    Episode 8: Hau Latukefu

    Episode 8: Hau Latukefu

    Hau Latukefu is one of the pioneers of Australian hip hop. One half of the iconic rap group Koolism, he went on to have tremendous success as a solo artist as well as becoming the longest-serving host of triple j's hip hop show - a role he's still in today. Now working with emerging artists through his imprint of Sony Music, Forever Ever Records, Hau has remained a central part of Australia's music scene for the best part of two decades. GQ's Christopher Riley sits down with Hau to discuss everything from his upbringing in Queanbeyan to climate change, Tekashi 6ix9ine and his work with up and coming Western Sydney group OneFour.
    This episode was brought to you by The Fathering Project, Australia’s leading fathering not-for-profit, inspiring and supporting fathers to be the best they can be.
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    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode 7: Nazeem Hussain

    Episode 7: Nazeem Hussain

    Over the past 10 years Nazeem Hussain has established himself as one of the most important voices in Australian comedy. The stand up comic and star of Legally Brown sits down with GQ editor Mike Christensen to discuss his upbringing in Victoria and how growing up without a father figure influenced his approach to parenting. As always, Hussain offers an insight into Australia's cultural identity with a playful wit and an unflinching honesty.
    This episode was brought to you by The Fathering Project, Australia’s leading fathering not-for-profit, inspiring and supporting fathers to be the best they can be.
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    • 45 min
    Episode 6: David Pocock

    Episode 6: David Pocock

    With the news David Pocock will retire after the imminent World Cup, the Australian Rugby giant and climate change activist gives his first in-depth interview to GQ Australia. From the Wallabies camp in Japan, Pocock speaks to editor Mike Christensen, looking back on a career that's defined as much by courage on the field as off it.
    This episode was brought to you by The Fathering Project, Australia’s leading fathering not-for-profit, inspiring and supporting fathers to be the best they can be.
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    • 31 min
    Episode 5: Michael Clarke

    Episode 5: Michael Clarke

    Former Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke remains one of the most important figures in the sport. Here, he and GQ’s Christopher Riley talk Australia’s recent Ashes triumph as well as discussing the ways in which fatherhood shaped his career for the better.
    This episode was brought to you by The Fathering Project, Australia’s leading fathering not-for-profit, inspiring and supporting fathers to be the best they can be. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 57 min
    Episode 4: Josh Niland

    Episode 4: Josh Niland

    Josh Niland is one of the world’s most in-demand chefs. Since opening Saint Peter in Sydney, he has transformed the way we think about and cook fish. With a new book just released, the 30-year-old sits down with GQ editor Mike Christensen to discuss the importance of sustainability in cooking and how teamwork with his wife Julie is the key to both his business and his family.
    This episode was brought to you by The Fathering Project, Australia’s leading fathering not-for-profit, inspiring and supporting fathers to be the best they can be.
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    • 43 min
    Episode 3: Sam Margin

    Episode 3: Sam Margin

    GQ Australia’s Mike Christensen sits down with Sam Margin of the Rubens to discuss juggling tour life with being a father as well some hot tips on how to elevate your dad style game.
    This episode was brought to you by The Fathering Project, Australia’s leading fathering not-for-profit, inspiring and supporting fathers to be the best they can be.
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    • 18 min

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