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With Zara McDonald and Michelle Andrews.

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    • Culture et société

With Zara McDonald and Michelle Andrews.

    BOOK CLUB: Just Like You

    BOOK CLUB: Just Like You

    G'day book club friends!!!

    This month, we read best-selling author Nick Hornby's eighth novel, Just Like You. The book follows two protagonists, 22-year-old Joseph and 42-year-old Lucy, who fall in love despite coming from two different worlds. Joseph is a young Black DJ trying to find his place in the world, while Lucy is a white English teacher and mum of two, who has recently separated from her addict ex-husband. This isn't just the story of a juicy love affair though: after all, the book is set in 2016 and Brexit is the backdrop of their union, meaning conversations about politics and race relations are littered throughout.

    Today on the show, Mich, Zara, and Annabelle talk about it all: Did Nick Hornby pull off his eighth book? Can a white man write about the experience of a Black man? And, were we pulled towards the romance of Lucy and Joseph?

    Thank you so much to today's sponsor, Penguin Books Australia and Emotional Female by Yumiko Kadota. Head here to pick up a copy.

    If you'd like to share your thoughts on our March pick, 'The Shadow Box' by Luanne Rice, record a voice message and send it to hotline@shamelessmediaco.com (that's *CO*.com). Or, if you're after some variety, here's a link to record a voice message via our website, too.


    Grab yourself a copy of 'The Shadow Box' and join our convo next month! We'd love to have you! Head here to purchase it.

    To catch up on everything Shameless, head to our website www.shamelessthepodcast.com.

    Shameless Podcast is run by three women in their twenties, and thrives on the support of our incredible listeners - that's you! So, if you'd like to support the show, we would like that very much. Hit 'follow' on Spotify, and leave a review if you're feeling especially generous. Then sit back and bask in our eternal, abundant love.

    Your hosts are Michelle Andrews (@michelleandrews1) and Zara McDonald (@zamcdonald).

    This episode was produced by Annabelle Lee for Shameless Media.

    • 39 min
    The golden boy loses his shine

    The golden boy loses his shine

    Heeeeey mates!

    On today's show: Kimye have finally filed their divorce papers and the betting markets have gone wild on who Kim is going to date next. Plus, why Emma Watson may have just retired from acting, Gwyneth Paltrow thinks she was the first person to wear a mask, and then, the fall of NRL great Sam Burgess and what it says about our obsession with sporting stars.

    This week, Zara recommended The Split on Stan. Mich recommended reading this Frank Ocean profile from The New York Times.

    Thank you so much to today's sponsor, Maybelline New York and their Fit Me foundation. Check it out right here.

    If this is your first time checking us out (hey, you), we are an independent media company that is dedicated to telling young women's stories. The best way to support Shameless is to click 'Follow' on your Spotify app, 'Subscribe' on Apple Podcasts, and to tell your mates about us. We will reward such good behaviour with a puppy! Not everything in this paragraph is true!

    To catch up on everything Shameless, head to our website www.shamelessthepodcast.com.

    We cherish your feedback on the show, and would bloody love to hear your wonderful voices. If you'd like to weigh in on an episode - whether it be a segment in our Thursday pop culture analysis, an In Conversation guest, or this month's book club pick, we'd love for you to call our Shameless Hotline. You miiiiight just be featured on an episode.

    Thanks so much for lending us your ears for this episode! Have a great day! Stay hydrated!

    This episode was produced by Annabelle Lee for Shameless Media.

    • 51 min
    IN CONVERSATION: Bridget Malcolm

    IN CONVERSATION: Bridget Malcolm

    Helloooooo pals!

    Today on the show, we bring you the brilliant Bridget Malcolm. Bridget is a classically-trained musician, best known as an international model who walked for Victoria's Secret in their 2015 and 2016 fashion shows, as well as walking for brands like Ralph Lauren and Stella McCartney. But Bridget's story in the fashion industry isn't just one of glitzy catwalks and endless travel. Instead, Bridget spent much of her early and prominent years modelling battling a relentless eating disorder which, for two years, saw her live off little more than protein shakes and steamed vegetables.

    In this chat, we talk about all of it: her lowest moments, her love of music, her complicated relationship with alcohol, her relatively recent diagnosis of Pre Menstrual Dysphoric Disorder, and how she feels about the modelling industry after everything she's been through.

    If this chat raises issues for you, support is available on The Butterfly Foundation's National Support Line, 1800 33 4673.

    For more from Bridget, follow her on Instagram @bridgetmalcolm and subscribe to her new podcast, Model Mentality on Spotify here.

    If you enjoyed this episode, we recommend you listen to our chat with model and entrepreneur Steph Claire Smith, which you can find here.

    Thank you so much to today's sponsor, Maybelline New York and their Instant Age Rewind Concealer. Head here to check it out.

    If this is your first time checking us out (hey, you), we are an independent media company that is dedicated to telling young women's stories. The best way to support Shameless is to click 'Follow' on your Spotify app, and to tell your mates about us. We will reward such good behaviour with a puppy! Not everything in this paragraph is true!

    To catch up on everything Shameless, head to our website www.shamelessthepodcast.com.

    We cherish your feedback on the show, and would bloody love to hear your wonderful voices. If you'd like to weigh in on an episode - whether it be a segment in our Thursday pop culture analysis, an In Conversation guest, or this month's book club pick, we'd love for you to call our Shameless Hotline. You miiiiight just be featured on an episode.

    Thanks so much for lending us your ears for this episode! Have a great day! Stay hydrated!

    This episode was produced by Annabelle Lee for Shameless Media.

    • 41 min
    Prying paps and tricky tabloids

    Prying paps and tricky tabloids

    Happy Thursday legends!!!

    On today's show: Scott Disick is dating... yep, another teenager. Then, Justin Timberlake's apology, an Aussie magazine's huge Meghan and Harry blunder, and finally, a big bumper discussion about the Bondi paparazzi: How Aussie tabloids and their seedy photographers are slowly - and insidiously - influencing the way you think about women in the public eye.

    This week, Mich recommended checking out your nearest plant delivery service, and Zara recommended watching the movie Holding The Man, which you can find on Netflix or Stan.

    Thank you so much to today's sponsor, Modibodi. Use the code 'SHAMELESS15' FOR 15% off right here.

    If this is your first time checking us out (hey, you), we are an independent media company that is dedicated to telling young women's stories. The best way to support Shameless is to click 'Follow' on your Spotify app, and to tell your mates about us. We will reward such good behaviour with a puppy! Not everything in this paragraph is true!

    To catch up on everything Shameless, head to our website www.shamelessthepodcast.com.

    We cherish your feedback on the show, and would bloody love to hear your wonderful voices. If you'd like to weigh in on an episode - whether it be a segment in our Thursday pop culture analysis, an In Conversation guest, or this month's book club pick, we'd love for you to call our Shameless Hotline. You miiiiight just be featured on an episode.

    Thanks so much for lending us your ears for this episode! Have a great day! Stay hydrated!

    This episode was produced by Annabelle Lee for Shameless Media.

    • 52 min
    IN CONVERSATION: Martha Kalifatidis

    IN CONVERSATION: Martha Kalifatidis

    Happy Monday folks!

    Today on the show, we bring you the vibrant Martha Kalifatidis. You're likely familiar with the makeup artist and reality star after she appeared in one of the country's most-watched seasons of Married at First Sight. Yes, she may well be known for a certain **wine throwing** incident, but she also left the show with a huge and fiercely loyal group of fans who fell in love with how confident, unapologetic, and yes - if we may use a buzzword to round this list out - authentic she really is. Oh, and they fell in love with her love story too, after Martha and her Married at First Sight husband Michael defied the reality TV odds, still together more than two years after the show aired.

    In this chat, we talked about why she decided to go on the show, the dark days she spent in bed when trolling got too much and how Michael changed her life completely.

    For more from Martha, follow her on Instagram @marthaa__k.

    If you enjoyed this episode, we recommend you also listen to our chats with Love Island's Tayla Damir and The Bachelor's Abbie Chatfield.

    Thank you so much to today's sponsor, CeraVe. Head here to check out their incredible skincare.

    If this is your first time checking us out (hey, you), we are an independent media company that is dedicated to telling young women's stories. The best way to support Shameless is to click 'Follow' on your Spotify app, and to tell your mates about us. We will reward such good behaviour with a puppy! Not everything in this paragraph is true!

    To catch up on everything Shameless, head to our website www.shamelessthepodcast.com.

    We cherish your feedback on the show, and would bloody love to hear your wonderful voices. If you'd like to weigh in on an episode - whether it be a segment in our Thursday pop culture analysis, an In Conversation guest, or this month's book club pick, we'd love for you to call our Shameless Hotline. You miiiiight just be featured on an episode.

    Thanks so much for lending us your ears for this episode! Have a great day! Stay hydrated!

    This episode was produced by Annabelle Lee for Shameless Media.

    • 41 min
    Archiving > deleting

    Archiving > deleting

    HELLO, LOVELY LISTENERS!

    On today's show: Australia has its own local and modern-day gossip girl - Celeb Spellcheck - so what happens when influencers are determined to track her down and expose her identity? Plus, Kim Kardashian West thinks her seven-year-old daughter North is Picasso, why the Golden Globes are more irrelevant than ever, and then, why Janet Jackson was trending on Monday, some 17 years after the term 'nipplegate' entered the zeitgeist.

    This week, Mich recommended the new documentary, Framing Britney Spears, and Zara recommended watching The Undoing.

    Thank you so much to today's sponsor, Maybelline New York and their Fit Me foundation. Head here to check it out.

    For that ABC piece on the Golden Globes and I May Destroy You, head here.

    If this is your first time checking us out (hey, you), we are an independent media company that is dedicated to telling young women's stories. The best way to support Shameless is to click 'Follow' on your Spotify app, and to tell your mates about us. We will reward such good behaviour with a puppy! Not everything in this paragraph is true!

    To catch up on everything Shameless, head to our website www.shamelessthepodcast.com.

    We cherish your feedback on the show, and would bloody love to hear your wonderful voices. If you'd like to weigh in on an episode - whether it be a segment in our Thursday pop culture analysis, an In Conversation guest, or this month's book club pick, we'd love for you to call our Shameless Hotline. You miiiiight just be featured on an episode.

    Thanks so much for lending us your ears for this episode! Have a great day! Stay hydrated!

    This episode was produced by Annabelle Lee for Shameless Media.

    • 51 min

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