Thank you for your support over 2016 - I am taking a short break till the 2nd week for February 2017. I will be setting a up a newsletter so I can update you of changes and let you know some of the must listen to content so watch this space!
I have been working on a great line up of shows so I hope you will join me on my return.
Till then - enjoy listening to some of the past shows!
What a fun day I had today - Summertime 6 brought the studio to life...the first of many I hope over the coming years. I so enjoyed getting to know them and hearing more about how they came together, what it is like busking, being in a band together and how they play by feel rather than to a prescriptive text. They are a genuine team - very inspiring.
I have included their music as well as a link to their facebook page so you can share with others - look out for them live in Hornsby or Chatswood!
In this episode I have interviews about how men can be a major part of the change in attitudes about women and domestic violence, as well as the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Womens Shelter, the Soroptomists, and a number of other participants from the 2016 Hornsby Walk the Talk. Also highlighted this week is an interview with Zohara Mendes who spoke about the work she is doing raising awareness for her generation about domestic violence. the wealth of experience and wisdom in our community is evident in these interviews. This is about people who care, sharing how and why they care and being prepared to step outside their comfort to encourage others to do the same.
We can be the change we want to see in the world. Listen out for the interview with Zohara Mendes who I suspect you will hear about in the future. She is a passionate yet unimposing speaker and here talks to me about her work around Domestic Violence.
Lucy Dahill is the presenter of Stay in the Loop with Lucy, she has a passion for offering people the platform to share their voice. Young, old or somewhere in between we all have wisdom to share if we trust our hearts over our heads.