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Space Cadets

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Space Cadets

Woroni Radio feat. Catherine Yeong and Sinead Winn

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A shadow around conversations on mental health - its destigmatisation, strategies for coping, etc. We'll have deep dives, guest speakers, and provide strategies for our listeners during the isolating time that is Covid19. Space Cadets is a reference to disassociation that we thought was appropriately witty x Produced by Alex An for Woroni Radio
 
Student leaders come, go, and endure. Those with a high enough profile ascend to the coveted celebrity status of a BNOC. Others build a reputation and become known in the Canberra community. Yet, as public as these faces are, most students understand very little of the quiet attitudes and subtle beliefs that animate their highly visible behaviours. BNOC After Hours is a short series of interviews with some of ANU’s icons – past and present – to shed some light on the lives they have lived an ...
 
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Nothing Major - on Woroni Radio

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Nothing Major - on Woroni Radio

Woroni (ANU Student Media Inc.) feat. Cate Armstrong and Bella Hailes-Bradley

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Welcome to Nothing Major with Cate and Bella! Our show, featured on ANU’s Woroni Radio serves as a discussion of social issues inspired by the content of our gender studies arts major. By hopefully deconstructing the social perceptions of gender and sexuality studies as a 'bludge' subject, we aim to make its theory and content accessible and digestible to an everyday audience and reveal the inherent underlying discriminatory ideals which surround us each and every day. Produced by Nathalie J ...
 
Imagine that you're sent on a one-way journey to Mars. All you can take is 4 Songs. What would they be and how would you go about choosing them. Tune in every week as Alex Hede from Woroni Radio interviews a new guest, and gives a new flavour to Music - songs that are near and dear to people of all walks of life. Listen into the linked playlist - and give it a think, what songs would you take to Mars. Produced by Woroni Radio at The Australian National University.
 
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Pandemic Poetry

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Pandemic Poetry

Woroni Radio feat. Silvia Canton Rondoni

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Pandemic Poetry unveils new poetry and poets for your new normal. Tune in every Thursday and join host Silvia Canton Rondoni for a poetry reading, a chat with the poet of the week and learn more about the book where the poem can be found. Short and sweet, Pandemic Poetry is produced by Woroni Radio station at The Australian National University in Canberra. We acknowledge the Ngunnawal people and their Elders past, present and emerging. Sovereignty has never been ceded. It always was and alwa ...
 
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On this weeks episode Cate and Bella dive into charities, donations and optical allyship. With a special guest interview from the executive director of the AusCam Freedom Project Jessie Teerman we look at what we can do to effectively support charity causes and to participate in true activism by unpacking 'Instagram activism' as only the first step…
 
On this weeks episode Bella and Cate dive into the music industry - through a fun new structure to the show we provide our unfiltered opinions on popular music, applying gender theory to look at it through a culturally pessimistic lens. Get ready for all things Taylor Swift, country music and what we think the purpose of one’s identity really is.…
 
This week I am joined by Lottie Quinn to discuss “burnout and breakdowns”. Last year Lottie experienced burnout that escalated into a depressive episode due to copious amounts of stress stemming from her uni workload. As many of us are currently in exam block it’s really easy to feel overwhelmed and exhausted. This episode will delve into those fee…
 
our upload schedule is almost as chaotic as we are, how fun is that?? this launch, we look at Autism with Phil, and in particular, his unique diagnostic experiences, as well as the harms of masking and the stigma that exists behind current autism representation and research! CW: podcast includes mentions of Autism, comorbidities such as ADHD, anxie…
 
BOO! we have a double episode output this week - this time looking at Bipolar Disorder! bringing along these two spacey cadets, Azraa explains their personal journey with Bipolar Disorder, the difficulties in seeking support for it, stigmas that surround it, as well as the different presentations of thinoften misunderstood disorder! CW: podcast inc…
 
In a not-so-usual turn of events, Alex Hede has been overthrown. Join Charlotte Kahn as she interviews Alexander, Al, Hede on this latest instalment of Songs to Take to Mars. Alex's choice of songs! Link to Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6OYLSkts3GgzXN19EQLBLz?si=8194e50a810241f1 1) I’m a believer - smash mouth 2) bailero, series 1 num…
 
apologies for the late upload, but we are out with our second episode for ADHD! this week, we looked at diagnosis, strategies, and stigma - as well as answering a few of your questions!! littered with random shoutouts, we hope that you enjoy this more informative episode! CW: podcast includes mentions of ADHD and its symptoms, schooling, and failur…
 
On this week's episode, Nothing Major returns with the second installment in the two-part series The Abortion Saga. In this episode, Cate and Bella dive deeper into the ideas explored in the last part, using the ideas of Texas legislature enter into discussions more broadly. The show serves to unpack questions such as what Australian parliamentaria…
 
This week we have a spoken word performance ‘How to Lose Money and Entertain People, A Manifesto’ by poet Dominic Hoey. This poem appeared in his poetry collection ‘I Thought We’d Be Famous’ published by Dead Bird Books in October 2019. After a chat about the poem, we will talk to Dominic about how his poetry collection came together.…
 
..and we're back, Mission Control! After a two week break, Sinead and Cat invite their friends Chanel to talk about ADHD! this episode looks at our personal experiences with seeking diagnoses, difficulties that surround getting diagnoses, splattered with anecdotes, discoveries and some strategies to support people who have ADHD and what having ADHD…
 
On this week’s episode Cate and Bella return from a slight hiatus with the first installment in an exciting two part series unpacking the abortion debate through gender studies and feminist discourse. In this first episode, we look into the ongoing, and dramatic, changes that are being enacted upon Texas legislature, and in the US holistically - al…
 
This weeks episode looks at Charlotte Carnes songs she would take to Mars if she was alone. Charlotte is a second year arts and languages student at the ANU. Songs: 1) read my mind - the killers 2) wouldn’t it be nice - beach boys 3) into my arms - nick cave 4) dreaming - blondie Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5MXhDePibHwM39VGbiKE7P?si…
 
On todays episode we are investigating the question: “Can feminists, participate in sex or relationships with men when they benefit from the structures we fight against”, looking at the second wave, and how feminism works in our world today.By Woroni (ANU Student Media Inc.) feat. Cate Armstrong and Bella Hailes-Bradley
 
this week, we tackle burnout, a suspiciously relevant topic coming into the middle of semester and amidst the influx of assignments and exams that have no doubt come our way! come and join Sinead and Cat in discussions about what burnout is, strategies for tackling assessment stress, being overwhelmed by THINGS IN GENERAL and astrology (???), packa…
 
Four songs, that Audrey Mims would take to Mars. Bennie and the jets, Yesterday’s gone, Polovtsian dances from Prince Igor, Beautiful - Check out the playlist link in description. Bennie and the jets - Elton John Yesterday’s gone - Bernard Fanning Polovtsian dances from Prince Igor Beautiful by carol king Link to Spotify Playlist: https://open.spot…
 
our third episode features a dive into OCD, or obsessive compulsive disorder with special guest, Bella! we know, we know, two special guests in a row is questionable, but god do we love our friends - Bella, Sinead and Cat go deep into the negative stereotyping, myths, and strategies that surround this heavily misunderstood disorder and also answer …
 
our third episode features a dive into OCD, or obsessive compulsive disorder with special guest, Bella! we know, we know, two special guests in a row is questionable, but god do we love our friends - Bella, Sinead and Cat go deep into the negative stereotyping, myths, and strategies that surround this heavily misunderstood disorder and also answer …
 
Listen in as Jasper and Alex Hede talk as to what songs Jasper would take to Mars. Playlist Link - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4eYXKQzI5QwKOULobrVgWQ?si=c8cee41557ba4afd #1: “Angel from Montgomery” (performed by Bonnie Raitt & John Prine) #2: “I love LA” (Randy Newman) #3: “Blue Smoke” (Dolly Parton) #4: “Spirit in the Sky” (Norman Greenbaum)…
 
On todays’ episode we will be looking at the Australian Census and unpacking the debate surrounding whether or not it covers a holistic understanding of Australian society – what’s included, what’s excluded and the surrounding discussion about how that impacts various sectors of the Australian community. Produced by Nathalie JohnstoneAll Rights Res…
 
This week we are reading 'I love you so much I am ready to embrace queer death on screen' by poet Eloise Grills. After a chat with the poet, we will speak to one of the editors Melinda Smith and we will introduce the poetry anthology where this poem was included in. Borderless, A Transnational Anthology of Feminist Poetry edited by Saba Vasefi, Mel…
 
welcome to our second episode! this time, we have a special guest who devotes time and energy into advocacy work and education surrounding eating disorders! Sev, Sinead and Cat will discuss personal relationships, presentations of eating disorders, strategies for the healing process and answer some questions from the community among other things (l…
 
welcome to our second episode! this time, we have a special guest who devotes time and energy into advocacy work and education surrounding eating disorders! Sev, Sinead and Cat will discuss personal relationships, presentations of eating disorders, strategies for the healing process and answer some questions from the community among other things (l…
 
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