Colleen Callander -Leader by Design

Samantha Gray

We chat to former long-time CEO of Sportsgirl, Colleen Callander about her new book, Leader by Design which aims to inspire all women to have a voice, live with purpose, lead in their own lives, change the rules, live with confidence and embrace their superpowers.

Lorna Jane Clarkson

Samantha Gray

Since coining the term Activewear, Lorna has spent three decades learning, evolving, listening and leading the way in product design and the normalisation of wearing Activewear everywhere. Chatting with Luke and Susie, Lorna tells us how the brand started and what inspired her to start her business and how to deal with criticism along the way.

Jack Canfield – I CAN believe in myself!

Samantha Gray

Jack Canfield (Chicken Soup for the Soul creator) and children’s book author Miriam Laundry joined together to produce the powerful new children’s book, I CAN Believe in Myself. Woven with themes of compassion, confidence and self-esteem, I CAN Believe in Myself can help the young people in your life turn their thoughts from “I Can’t” to “I Can!”

Sonja Balic: Blind Low Vision Tennis

Samantha Gray

Sonja Balic is the Board Director and NSW Coach for Blind Low Vision tennis and speaks about the adaptive version of the sport, it’s development and current programs. She herself is a super star in tennis, sport, leadership and champions inclusion in all aspects of her life.

John Baker – Stalin’s Wine Cellar

Mel Fry

On the podcast today we are speaking with a truely remarkable man, John Baker. He has an incredible true story that you will think it out of a movie! More than 20 years ago, Sydney wine merchant John Baker set off with his colleague Kevin Hopko to Georgia, a country which, at the time, was keen to get out of … Read More

James Nestor- Breath: A Science of a Lost Art

Mel Fry

We are speaking with breathing expert James Nestor. I never thought we’d do a whole podcast on how to breathe…we’ve been doing it since birth, but this is fascinating! No matter what you eat, how much you exercise, how skinny or young or wise you are, none of it matters if you’re not breathing properly.   There is nothing more … Read More

Episode 1230 – Chris Tamwoy

Mel Fry

It was an absolute pleasure to speak with a young emerging Indigenous singer-songwriter and musician, Chris Tamwoy about his latest single, Kulba Yaday’. The  song is about the passing of knowledge from generation to generation”.  Meaning ‘old talk’, the powerful Kulba Yaday was originally released by acclaimed artist Christine Anu.  We’ll chat to Chris about what it was like working with … Read More

Episode 1229: Daniel Flynn, Thank You Co.

Mel Fry

On the podcast this week we are catching up with Daniel Flynn, the managing director and co-founder of Thank You. For him, it started with an impossible idea: a bottle of water that exists to help end the World Water Crisis. That idea has now grown to over 55 products, from personal care products to nappies and baby care. Thankyou … Read More

Ron Hall – Same Kind of Different as Me

Mel Fry

In the podcast this week, we are speaking with the amazing, Ron Hall who has a truely life changing story! So powerful, he’s produced a film around it. Ron is the main character, played by Greg Kinnear, as well as the author of his best selling book. About the Film The movie is an inspirational true story of friendship, family … Read More

Paddy McGuinness and Chris Harris from Top Gear UK

Mel Fry

On the podcast we are catching up 2 of the presenters from Top Gear UK’s new line up, Paddy McGuinness and Chris Harris. Chris and Paddy will chat about the new series of Top Gear UK and all the mischief they got up to behind the scenes as they traveled the globe in pursuit of motoring mayhem. In the new … Read More