She’s a singer, a comedienne, a writer, a television and radio presenter, podcaster, star of the stage, mother, wife and the list goes on. The best thing, though, is that the opportunity for each of these were presented to her and she took them, even though it was scary. Em Rusciano is not afraid to speak up. Her writing and manner is engaging, funny, provocative, honest and pushes buttons. Consequently, she’s attracted a strong following of all she does as well as significant, personal criticism. Luke calls her a thought leader and, though she disagrees, she reveals her motivation as wanting to change the world for the better for her children and all children.

We also catch up with Alexandra Tselios from about the world of Netflix. It’s the new dating app and can make or break relationships. Who knew that a stack of tv shows and movies could be so relationally powerful?


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More about Alexandra Tselios and The Big Smoke at The Big Smoke

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