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Shameless

By Zara McDonald and Michelle Andrews

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Description

The pop-culture podcast for smart women who love dumb stuff.

Customer Reviews

Love listening

I’m recently new to listening to podcasts, but I absolutely love listening to ladies! I drive a lot for work so I love listening to you while driving around Melbourne! Keep up the great work & content!

Why is Zara so mean?

Used to really love this podcast but am getting increasingly sick of the girls bickering with one another - it’s awkward and uncomfortable. Zara seems to really dislike Michelle - the constant belittling and passive aggressive tone is getting altogether too boring. Life’s tricky gals, be nice to each other for the love of the listeners!

Prepared and Polished

Possibly the most prepared and polished Australian podcast. I appreciate the research and planning that goes into this show. I’m always engaged and enjoy the intellectual discussion that beautifully contrasts the light content.
However, podcasts are an intimate media in their very form and the fondness we develop for hosts can be a large contributor to a loyal following. Michelle has allowed the audience to warm to her as we have gotten to know her along the way. Zara has a right to privacy but her comments towards Michelle often come off as unkind. I love a firey debate, but little swipes followed by a laugh during the opening “how was your week segment” sometimes leaves a bad taste in my mouth. One comment for an otherwise fantastic podcast.

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