Great podcast that makes me challenge who I am
As a young journalist just starting out in the industry it's incredible to hear insight into how some of Australia's best journos and editors do their job. The podcast has also made me question some of the things I do and say. For instance in the second episode they talk about men thinking their opinion is fact, not just an opinion. I am guilty of that and, although I classify myself as a feminist and a progressive, this podcast has seriously made me question some of the things I do and think (even just in everyday conversations with friends and colleagues) and how I can make myself a better person. Thanks Bridie and the team at Guardian AU, can't wait until the next episode!
Tobi Loftus via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/17/16
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Working in news myself, it's great to hear about the process that goes into making the final product from journalists I read regularly and believe set a good example. I hope the podcast doesn't get too swallowed up by the election this year, as I think its wide spread of topics is one of its...Read full review »
Jeicawb via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/10/16
Behind the Lines (and the Guardian's Australian Politics Live) have become essential listening for me. Both podcasts have expert guests, and are extremely illuminating on the related topics of media, politics, and culture generally, at a time when Australia really needs an honest voice in the...Read full review »
CDG42 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/23/16
This is great. Listen. I kind of wish Bridie Jabour was my friend.
JasonMantzoukas via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/29/16
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