6 episodes

What was the biggest moment in your life - who was the first person you called to share it with? Marc Fennell talks to some amazing Australians about the big moments of their lives and the relationships that make it all worth it. Hey, Guess What?, presented by Telstra, is all about the people who help make us who we are.

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What was the biggest moment in your life - who was the first person you called to share it with? Marc Fennell talks to some amazing Australians about the big moments of their lives and the relationships that make it all worth it. Hey, Guess What?, presented by Telstra, is all about the people who help make us who we are.

    Ray Martin on growing up, his mother, and earning the trust of Australia

    Ray Martin on growing up, his mother, and earning the trust of Australia

    You may have spent years watching Ray Martin, but how well do you really know him? He's one of Australia's most beloved and most trusted journalists (with five gold Logies to his name), but his early life was far from idyllic. He joined Marc Fennell to talk about the biggest moments of his life, from sleeping at Sydney's Central Station as a kid to starting 60 Minutes and a lot more.

    • 41 min
    Joe Brumm on creating Bluey and making families laugh

    Joe Brumm on creating Bluey and making families laugh

    Bluey is one of Australia's most-loved kids shows and creator Joe Brumm joined Marc Fennell to talk about how it all came to be. He explains how he got into kids TV by accident, what he's learned about play with his daughters, why Bluey makes parents laugh along with their kids, and a lot more.

    • 28 min
    Nakkiah Lui on community, self worth, and labels

    Nakkiah Lui on community, self worth, and labels

    Nakkiah Lui is an award-winning writer, a talented performer, and a proud Gamillaroi and Torres Strait Islander woman. And she wouldn't be who she is without her family. In this wide-ranging chat with Mark Fennell, Nakkiah talks about the importance of community, her road to becoming a performer, and the weight of racism, expectation and labels.

    • 35 min
    Ricky Chainz on TikTok fame, finding himself, and rapping with granny

    Ricky Chainz on TikTok fame, finding himself, and rapping with granny

    Ricky Chainz's life has the makings of a Hollywood movie. From moving to Australia at 5 years old to falling in with the wrong crowd to moving back to rural China to coming back to Australia to, somehow, becoming a TikTok superstar with 5+ million followers... there's a lot of ground to cover. One thing remained constant: his relationship with his grandma. And that relationship would be key to making it on TikTok.

    • 33 min
    Nic Naitanui on family, footy, and giving back

    Nic Naitanui on family, footy, and giving back

    Nic Naitanui is an AFL superstar, sure, but he's much more than that. As important as footy is to him (and it's very important) family and community is something else entirely. Hear from Nic as he talks about the biggest moments of his career, his relationship with his mum, his heritage, and why he's so passionate about giving back to his community. He also shares his experience of racism and why he thinks representation is so important in sport.

    • 35 min
    Coming soon: Hey, Guess What?

    Coming soon: Hey, Guess What?

    What was the biggest moment of your life? And who did you want to share it with? Marc Fennell put those questions to some unique Australians as he explored the relationships that made them who they are today. Who do you call when you want to make it big on TikTok? What's it like knowing that thousands of Aussie families have shared laughter and tears watching your cartoon? You'll find out the answer to those questions (and more) as we explore the deeply human moments behind some massive accomplishments.

    • 1 min

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gregoprefo ,

Hey, it’s fantastic

Hey, Guess What. A podcast about connections. It not only lets you as the listener hear the connections of the guest Marc highlights. It undoubtedly connects you with these guest and in some points makes you feel as if the guest and Marc are telling the stories directly to you. It’s wide audience based, but also has this unique way of making it very personal, entertaining, and single listener captivating

Like all of Marcs previous work it’s brilliantly done and worth every minute of the download and like.

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