Should your workplace have a crying room? Can reality television be a feminist act? And what can you do if your friend falls prey to anti-vax mumfluencers?

This podcast is here to help you navigate life under the patriarchy, hosted by Stuff journalists Kirsty Johnston and Michelle Duff, with guests who share their personal experience of the weekly issue.

Produced by broadcaster Noelle McCarthy, the show is an intimate and expert look at the messy complexities of feminism, gender and simply trying to survive as a woman in a world built for men.

Episodes will run from March 17, with a new story every Thursday.

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Written, presented and researched by Michelle Duff, Kirsty Johnston and Noelle McCarthy
Producer Noelle McCarthy, Bird of Paradise
Executive producer Carol Hirschfeld, Stuff
Interactive designer Sungmi Kim, Stuff
Illustration Ella Bates-Hermans, Stuff
Brand design Johnson Witehira, IDIA
Project editor John Hartevelt, Stuff
Commissioning editors Carol Hirschfeld and Patrick Crewdson, Stuff
Audio recording and editing Matrix Digital, Wellington
Audio and mixing Marc Chesterman
Additional editing and soundscaping Sam Scannell, Stuff
Contact us by email tellmeaotearoa@gmail.com

Podcasts are complex, resource-intensive and expensive to make. But they’re a great way to share important stories. We back experienced reporters like Kirsty Johnston and Michelle Duff to take the time required to do this work. Bit by bit, we’re making real change in Aotearoa.

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