• "I'm A Man, Let Me Into The Ladies Lounge"

  • Apr 10 2024
  • Length: 36 mins
  • Podcast
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"I'm A Man, Let Me Into The Ladies Lounge"

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    It’s the missing husband case that’s gone viral... Ashley McGuire asked the internet for help to locate her husband after he disappeared without a trace a year ago, and we have some very strong thoughts.

    Plus, do you have someone to feed your cat? Your answer has a lot to say about your friendships.

    And, the court case over a Ladies Lounge exhibition in a Tasmanian art museum that is making some people very uncomfortable.

    The End Bits:

    • Listen to last week's episode: Followed Home & The Voice In Her Ear: The Times We Trusted Our Gut
    • Listen: The Spill
    • Listen: No Filter - Annie Knight
    • Read: When Ashley asked the internet to help find her 'missing' husband, something incredible happened.
    • Read: You have every right to feel outraged about this.

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    Hosts: Mia Freedman, Jessie Stephens & Emily Vernem

    Producer: Emeline Gazilas

    Assistant Production: Tahli Blackman

    Audio Producer: Thom Lion

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