Thu, 29 January 2015
Tony Abbott cocked up this knighthood all on his own, so why is his chief of staff Peta Credlin getting all the heat? Sam Armytage poses in a swimsuit and we ask: was it empowering, predictable, or insulting? In defence of oversized, beige coloured undies. And why Australia needs a judge to rule against parents who name their babies after breakfast spreads.
The Sam Armytage cover that has everyone talking
The woman that has stopped wearing leggings because they 'entice' men.
And poor baby Nutella, who shall no longer be named after a delicious hazelnut spread.
Mia loves the Startup Podcast.
Jamila mentioned the book Freakonomics: the baby name information is here.
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Thu, 22 January 2015
Should the Martin Place hostages get paid? Why don't we care as much about the Bali 9 as we did about Schapelle? It's the return of Mamamia Out Loud for 2015 and with awards season unfolding we're rolled out the red carpet on topics big and small. Jen Aniston holds a masterclass in how to deal with your ex, one woman has gone to drastic lengths to get out of a date, and not everyone is happy about the Taylor Swift campaign for the Hottest 100. Finally; we ask the question that's divided the office: can you wee in front of your friends?