“Where there is power concentrated — it’s not necessarily earned, it’s not warranted — but it is exercised and those are the conditions where wrongdoing happens” — Ange Lavoipierre.
Comedian and journalist, Ange Lavoipierre shares what it was like growing up as the overachieving, cello-playing kid from Bathurst, NSW, and how a leukemia diagnosis changed their life. As well as thoughts on legacy, nicotine, and faith (including a speaking-in-tongues story), Ange gives her take on the thing more likely than climate change to change the world.
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"Let go and go with the flow" — Adam Hills.
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"Be Kind" — Jimmy Pardo.
Wil celebrates his 300th Wilosophy episode by paying tribute to his favouirte podcaster, Jimmy Pardo of the long-running, Never Not Funny. It's a show Wil describes as a sitcom, but also his favouirte piece of art. Jimmy explains his philosophy of 'giving joy' in his...