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Join Sandra Sully as she talks to amazing women from all walks of life about what makes them tick, what keeps them up at night, and what really matters.


Short Black. Good women, great chat!


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Join Sandra Sully as she talks to amazing women from all walks of life about what makes them tick, what keeps them up at night, and what really matters.


Short Black. Good women, great chat!


A 10 Speaks podcast

    Ronni Kahn AO

    Ronni Kahn AO

    There’s never a wrong time to do good, says Ronni Kahn AO.


    From humble beginnings in South Africa to founding and running Australia’s leading food rescue organisation, Oz Harvest, Ronni says she thrives ‘on a bit of crazy.


    Australia has come a long way when it comes to food waste but, as she tells Sandra, we still have a long way to go. 




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    • 33 min
    Kim McKay AO

    Kim McKay AO

    Every creature is so important to the way in which we live our life, says Kim McKay, the first female Director and CEO of the Australian Museum.


    She’s certainly made her mark on the oldest museum in Australia in her six years at the helm, creating new galleries and exhibitions and championing free admission for children.


    Kim is a passionate environmentalist, having co-founded Clean Up Australia, and strong supporter of women in leadership.


    And she never takes no for an answer.


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    • 47 min
    Wendy McCarthy AO

    Wendy McCarthy AO

    Businesswoman, teacher, author, company director, advice columnist, Wendy McCarthy has done it all. A keen advocate for women’s rights, she encourages young women to say yes to opportunity and worry about the risk later - but not when it comes to sex.
     
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    • 42 min
    Katherine Firkin

    Katherine Firkin

    Katherine has been described as the exciting new voice of Australian crime fiction. A Network 10 journalist and also reporting for CBS in New York, Katherine talks about the part her years spent covering grisly court cases played in her debut novel Sticks and Stones. 
     
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    • 26 min
    Sam Bloom

    Sam Bloom

    Sam Bloom was in Thailand on holiday with her family when she suffered a horrendous accident that left her paralysed. Six years later she’s a world champion with two books and a Hollywood movie about her life about to be released.


    She opens up to Sandra about her extraordinary journey, and how a magpie called Penguin made her realise that life was worth living. 


    As she says - she’s not the woman she was, she’s not the woman she wanted to be. She is so much more than that.




    www.sambloom.com.au
    www.spinalcure.org.au
    www.neura.edu.au
     
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    • 30 min
    Marina Go

    Marina Go

    Marina Go doesn’t stop. After a successful career as a journalist and editor, helming popular titles like Dolly and Cosmo, she’s moved seamlessly into the boardroom space and is making her voice heard around Australia as independent chair and non-executive director of a range of organisations as diverse as 7-11, the Walkleys and Super Netball.
    But how has she managed to reconnect with Dolly readers from 30 years ago?


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    • 34 min

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