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Erica Mallett
Wait, You What?
Wait, You What? Is the podcast that explores people’s surprising stories of struggle, lived experience and self discovery.  Sometimes in life, shit happens that’ll catch you off guard - and when it does, it’s how you respond to it that’s defining. Each episode, host Erica Mallett gently asks the big questions to a new guest. How do you come to terms with your sneezing fetish? How do you forgive yourself for compulsively lying to someone you love? How can making people like you help save the world? When your brain injury causes you to lose your entire personality, how do you rebuild it? ...
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4.8 stars from 49 ratings
Lovely way with words
I’ve listened to 7 episodes thus far and I’m very impressed with Erica’s podcast and especially her lovely way with words.
msmapletrees via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/05/21
The perfect pod for them curious cats out there - do it up.
Kraft Single via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/26/21
Erica is so easy to listen to!
Erica is so easy to listen to! I was a fan of Erica from her Triple J days and I’m an even bigger fan now after listening to this podcast. Erica asks great questions and has cool, thought-provoking conversations with some super interesting people. Definitely recommend this podcast
John.F.B via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/09/21
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