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Mamamia Out Loud
The twice-weekly podcast that's smart, often silly and sometimes surprising. Absolutely everything is up for discussion: from pop culture to politics, body image to motherhood, feminism to fashion. Join Mamamia's Holly Wainwright, Mia Freedman and Jessie Stephens as they cover what everyone's talking about this week.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 3,483 ratings
Saving me whilst in isolation!
Have been a fan for a long time, but since Covid, I can’t even put into words how excited I get once a new episode drops! It’s like I am having a wine with my girlfriends and I have noticed myself talking back actually out loud! Thank you for putting this 3 times a week too.
Chackers123 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/07/20
I’m in the USA but this is still one of my most listened to podcasts.
cchdraper via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/05/20
You’re my favourites
I’m a boomer and I hate that title. Like all people of my generation we hate to be put in boxes, but that’s not what I wanted to say. I love your podcast and look forward to catching up with you guys every time I go out walking. I’m not very tech savvy but gradually through listening to podcasts,...Read full review »
Determinator Deb via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/03/20
Recent Episodes
To Jessie’s scornful delight, Holly’s managed to scrape up some celeb gossip among the COVID-infested headlines. So, why did Harry and Meghan decide to call their charity Archewell? And, what do we think of Demi Moore and her ex Bruce Willis isolating together? And, since we’re all desperately...
Published 04/08/20
Can a diabetic stop for a doughnut while she’s out jogging? What if she needed to rest on a bench midway through? Does that behavior warrant a $1000 fine? Help! We’re confused and we need guidance. Also, Scott Morrison is now officially the most popular leader since Kevin Rudd was back in 2009....
Published 04/06/20
According to Psychologist Esther Perel, times of crises makes us behave differently in our relationships. So, being locked up inside will either bring people closer together or tear them apart. Can COVID-19 act as a relationship accelerator? We discuss.  Also, do you remember how reality TV...
Published 04/03/20
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