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Fierce Girls
From skaters to singers, mountaineers to Mars mission-leaders. From the deep blue sea to the dark, black skies. Australia is full of girls who dare to do things differently. Adventurous girls. Girls with guts and spirit. Girls who stand-up and say, "watch out world, here I come!". Do you know what they are? They're FIERCE. These are their stories. Join the amazing Amy Shark, Julie Bishop, Yael Stone and more as they tell the inspiring tales of some of Australia's most extraordinary women.
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4.5 stars from 3,050 ratings
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TheWEE-WOOHS via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/25/20
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I love fierce girls, it’s an awesome podcast and appropriate for almost all ages, boys or girls can listen. It fells good to know that boys aren’t the best at everything and there are girls out there doing there best to active there goals and not letting any body get in there way. A while when...Read full review »
Ej c 😀 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/25/20
Sabre Norris Nancy wake Bindi Erwin Cathy freeman And Molly Kelly are soooooo firce 🦸‍♀️🦸‍♀️🦸‍♀️🦸‍♀️🦸‍♀️🦸‍♀️🦸‍♀️🦸‍♀️🦸‍♀️🦸‍♀️
Eliza15j via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/25/20
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