The witch has held a place firmly in our imagination for centuries - from whispered warnings in folklore to pop-culture driven heights. But what does it mean to be a witch today?
Please note: this podcast contains honest and open discussions about sex and is intended for adult audiences only. It is not intended to provide medical advice – please seek the guidance of a health professional if you have any concerns.
Sex Therapy: Sessions with Chantelle Otten is an empowering, authentic and intimate podcast that takes you under the covers and into the world of sex therapy.
During these anonymous, recorded therapy sessions, we meet real people with real questions, issues and desires. We listen as award-winning sexologist Chantelle discovers their truths and works with them to provide a path to sexual pleasure. This revealing and relatable series seeks to enlighten audiences about the fascinating world of sex, covering topics from performance pressure to self-pleasure, trust, identity, self-acceptance and the courage to communicate your desires. Chantelle’s open, judgement-free therapy offers a space to be heard and understood, and listening will provide you the sex education to feel empowered and own your potential for pleasure.
Chantelle Otten is an award-winning sexologist and relationship expert. Chantelle is the best-selling author of The Sex Ed You Never Had, and the director of the Australian Institute of Sexology and Sexual Medicine. As a leading sex and relationship therapist, her mission is to open up conversations that are usually considered ‘taboo’ and make them fun, enjoyable and conversational.
This podcast is a recording of sex therapy sessions. The sessions are edited but patients, their voices and their concerns are real.
Host and Consulting Producer: Chantelle Otten
Produced by Stephanie Van Schilt
Mixed by Ravi Gupta
Music is with thanks to BMG Production Music.
Noemi Uribe was looking for a church where everyone is welcome and she thought she’d found it in Hillsong. But that was ‘the most expensive mistake I ever made’. Noemi’s story turned into one of rejection, despair, and a fight for justice. Hillsong used to be home, now for Noemi ‘it’s a dumpster fire’
False Profits dives into the Hillsong experience - from Christian rock music, to celebrity pastors and famous fans - tracing its journey from humble beginnings to incredible global status and wealth, and some shocking scandals.
Through personal testimony and evidence that Hillsong never made public, we peel back the layers of a culture of submission, exploitation and discrimination.
The church says it’s changed, but will it face its past and the people who say they’ve been harmed by Hillsong? Noemi Uribe is on a journey seeking justice, and accountability.
NurseDot Podcast is a brand-new weekly podcast dedicated to providing nurses with validation, resources, and hope, one episode at a time. Every week host Cara Lunsford, RN, CPHON, and VP of Community at Nurse.com, sits down with a new guest speaker to share inspiring stories of resilience and empowerment, building a space where nurses can speak candidly, feel valued, and discover tools and insights that can benefit their profession.
Nurses are a community that plays a critical role in frontline healthcare, and this is a community that Cara and the NurseDot Podcast team strive to support. Connect directly with Cara and podcast guests in the Nurse.com app to share your nursing stories, request topics, and provide feedback on recent episodes!
What Would You Do if You Weren't Afraid? is a series of intimate conversations with notable people about the big questions many of us face every day. It’s about how ancient wisdom can help us negotiate tricky issues created by modern living, and give us tools to help overcome anxiety and to face your fears. Tools to help you find the place that you belong, within yourself and within the world.
A comedy podcast from iHeartPodcasts Australia, KIIS & Fremantle Media. The gameshow you know and love is a podcast! Join host Pete Helliar and Australia’s funniest celebrities as they fight for glory. Are you ready to play along? Let’s Feud!
What's the one dish that holds a special place in your heart? Andi Oliver and her special guests are on a quest to discover the stories and science behind our favourite foods on BBC Radio 4.
Broadcaster and trust expert Rachel Botsman asks should we put our faith in money?
Twice As Hard: The Podcast is a series of conversations that explore Black identity in the working world, and offer a blueprint for success from people who have lived it themselves. Learn what obstacles limit opportunity for Black professional progress, understand and overcome racial stereotypes, be productive, find purpose, and ultimately thrive in business.
Our hosts, the entrepreneurial power-couple Opeyemi and Raphael Sofoluke, explore their own personal brand of ethics, the challenges they have faced in their careers and the learnings they took from them, before inviting other successful business people who are thriving in a broad range of industries to share their experiences, and the practical measures they take to realise their goals too.