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The Download with Helen McCabe and Jamila Rizvi

Your weekly snapshot of what’s making news, as well as what Helen and Jamila are reading, watching and listening to.

Live in the Members-Only Facebook group every week on Tuesday at 12pm AEST.

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HerVote Breakfast Briefing

Future Women’s answer to an endless stream of election news. Join Future Women for a bite-sized serving of the major news of the day. The perfect way to be informed, not inundated!

Live throughout the campaign in the Members-Only Facebook group weekdays from 8am AEST.

TV Club

When we asked you what type of content you spent your summer consuming, the response was loud and clear: TV and more TV. And as is typical of our Future Women members, you had a LOT of opinions. And you need to talk about them! Enter: TV Club.

Live in the Members-Only Facebook group, whenever we need to debrief on a TV show we can’t stop watching (or hate-watching).

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: THE HOME STRETCH WITH HELEN MCCABE, JAMILA RIZVI AND SALLY SPICER

FRIDAY 20 MAY

Who will win, who will lose, and who will be coaxed into making a pre-election prediction?

Future Women founder and Managing Director Helen McCabe, and Deputy Managing Director Jamila Rizvi join Sally Spicer for the final instalment of our HerVote Breakfast Briefing series.

Don’t miss their final thoughts before you head to the ballot box.

THE DOWNLOAD: THE O.G. TEAL INDEPENDENT WEIGHS IN ON THE ELECTION

TUESDAY 17 MAY

Dr Kerryn Phelps was a teal independent before it was cool. So what does she think of the wave of Independents looking to oust moderate Liberals on Saturday?
Later on in this episode of The Download, Executive Director of The Australia Institute Ben Oquist joins Future Women’s Senior Content Producer Sally Spicer to discuss the Coalition’s plan allowing Aussies to use their super to purchase their first home.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: CAN WE TRUST THE POLLS THIS TIME AROUND?

FRIDAY 13 APRIL

It’s hard to overstate how wrong the polls were last election. How did it happen? And will they get it right this time? Leading pollster and Ipsos director Jessica Elgood, joins Sally Spicer to talk about what happened in 2019, what they’ve changed, and whether we can trust them on May 21.

TV CLUB: ANATOMY OF A SCANDAL

THURSDAY 12 APRIL

This binge-worthy series has been described as everything from ‘gripping’ to ‘unintentionally hilarious’.

Is it one, neither, or both?

Senior Content Producers Sally Spicer and Bojana Kos  discuss this hugely popular serious – and the several twists it serves up.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: THE DELICATE DANCE OF INTEREST RATES, WAGES AND THE COST OF LIVING

THURSDAY 12 APRIL

Economist Jess Irvine joins Sally Spicer to talk wages. With inflation going up, when will we all get a pay rise?!
We’ll also discuss her new book, Money With Jess, which features the unique and simple system Jess created for organising, tracking and investing her own money.

HERVOTE PANEL: MEET THE CANDIDATES WITH JAMILA RIZVI

WEDNESDAY 11 APRIL

The world’s longest election campaign is coming to an end. If you, like some of us, have been tuning out and focusing on anything but politics – crunch time is here. How will you be voting on May 21? What issues matter to you? Do you know what policies the parties are offering?
If the answer is no, then we’ve got you covered.
Host Jamila Rizvi will be joined by Liberal Senator Jane Hume, Labor Senator Jenny McAllister, Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young and Independent Candidate Allegra Spender.

THE DOWNLOAD: ROE V. WADE AND AMERICAN INFLUENCE

TUESDAY 10 APRIL

Will Roe v Wade be overturned? Or could decisions published in a leaked Supreme Court judgement draft change? And how does it impact the national conversations around reproductive freedoms in Australia?

Dr Tania Penovic is the Research Group Leader in Gender and Sexuality at the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law at Monash University. She joins Bojana Kos and Sally Spicer to discuss this worrying development for America’s reproductive rights, and recap the news of the day and what they’re watching, reading and listening to.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: TALKING DIVERSITY IN MEDIA AND POLITICS

MONDAY 9 APRIL

What impact does a lack of diverse voices in both parliament and the media, have on the federal election?

Media Diversity Australia CEO Mariam Veiszadeh joins Sally Spicer to discuss this pressing issue as the federal election looms.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: ANOTHER ‘GOTCHA’ MOMENT

FRIDAY 6 APRIL

Opposition leader Anthony Albanese has stumbled on another ‘gotcha’ moment. This time, he struggled to list Labor’s NDIS plan.

The Herald Sun’s Federal Political Reporter Jade Gailberger joins Sally Spicer from Anthony Albanese’s campaign bus to discuss why journalists love catching politicians out, how it impacts their electoral chances… and whether voters really care.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: ON THE EDGE OF OUR (MARGINAL) SEATS

THURSDAY 5 APRIL

Marginal seats – and some previously safe ones – have been under attack from so-called teal Independents this election, prompting fear from both major parties.

What power do these independents have this election, and what does a vote for them mean? Victoria State Reporter for Guardian Australia Benita Kolovos joins Sally Spicer to explain.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: HOW DOES A RATE RISE IMPACT ME?

WEDNESDAY 4 APRIL

On Tuesday, the RBA raised interest rates for the first time since 2010, in what is broadly expected to become a series of increases.

Per Capita Executive Director Emma Dawson joins Sally Spicer to discuss what it means for the cost of living, mortgage holders, renters and the federal election campaign.

 

THE DOWNLOAD: MET GALA LOOKS FOR THE (GILDED) AGES

TUESDAY 3 APRIL

Is there anything better than feasting your eyes on a string of elegant outfits you could never begin to afford?

Ella Jackson, Sally Spicer and Bojana Kos are averting their eyes from election news today and looking squarely at the best- and worst-dressed at this year’s Met Gala.

Later, Sally and Bojana are joined by Teach For Australia’s Carolina Modesto to discuss some exciting opportunities for would-be teachers.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: LABOR POLICIES HIT HOME

MONDAY 2 APRIL

Over the weekend, Labor launched its election campaign in Perth. Among the policies is one to get 10,000 Australians into their first home, by making 40 percent of the purchase.

Recapping this policy, and all the latest as we head into week four, is Nine’s Federal Politics Reporter Fiona Willan.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: WHAT DO YOUNG AUSTRALIANS WANT THIS ELECTION?

FRIDAY 29 APRIL

Young Australians enrolled to vote in record numbers after news that less than half were on the roll. The result? 97 percent of eligible Australians are now enrolled.

So what do young people actually want this election? Plan International Australia ambassador and youth advocates Yasmin Poole and Jan Sam join Sally Spicer for a timely discussion about what the next generation wants from Australia’s parliament.

TV CLUB: BRIDGERTON SEASON TWO

THURSDAY 28 APRIL

Bridgerton: the bane of our existence and the object of all our desires. During its premiere weekend, the second season became the most-watched English-language TV show in the streamer’s history.

Madison Howarth and Ella Jackson are fresh from the modiste and ready to dissect the talk of the ton.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: WHAT DOES RISING INFLATION MEAN FOR MORTGAGE HOLDERS?

THURSDAY 28 APRIL

It’s no surprise to anyone that living is becoming more expensive. But there was confirmation of it just how bad it is on Wednesday, with news inflation has surged to 5.1 percent in the biggest yearly jump since 2001.

Clare Armstrong is the National Political Reporter at The Daily Telegraph. She joins Sally Spicer to discuss how this will affect Australians, and the election campaign.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: DUDE, WHERE’S MY ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION?

WEDNESDAY 27 APRIL

What does an effective federal anti-corruption body look like – and why don’t we have one yet?

The Centre for Public Integrity’s Executive Director Han Aulby joins Sally Spicer to discuss one of the key issues this election.

THE DOWNLOAD: A BINGE-WORTHY WEEKEND

TUESDAY 26 APRIL

As our run of long weekends comes to an end, Jamila and Sally are signing on to talk about the latest news, a massive moment for Future Women’s project, There’s No Place Like Home, and every show they’ve binged over the last several weeks.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: ANTHONY ALBANESE’S COVID-19 TIMEOUT

TUESDAY 26 APRIL

Karen Middleton has literally written the book on Anthony Albanese. The Saturday Paper correspondent and author of Albanese: Telling It Straight joins Sally Spicer to discuss how – and if – being sidelined for a week will impact the Opposition leader’s campaign momentum.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: HOW DO WE FIX THE NDIS?

FRIDAY 22 APRIL

While the government says it’s spending more than ever on the National Disability Insurance Scheme, reports continue to emerge about payment cuts and sustainability concerns.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: HOW DO WE FIX THE NDIS?

FRIDAY 22 APRIL

While the government says it’s spending more than ever on the National Disability Insurance Scheme, reports continue to emerge about payment cuts and sustainability concerns.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: IS INSECURE WORK REALLY ON THE RISE?

THURSDAY 21 APRIL

Is the gig economy really getting bigger in Australia? According to the data, it’s not a simple yes or no.

The Australian Financial Review’s National Affairs columnist Jennifer Hewett joins Sally Spicer to discuss gig economy, insecure work, and what the – increasingly complex – data tells us.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: WHERE’S MY PAY RISE?

WEDNESDAY 20 APRIL

We keep hearing that unemployment is at a 50-year low. But when does that translate to a pay rise? And what about rates – what will an increase do to mortgage holders?

Dr Greg Jericho is the Policy Director, Labour Market and Fiscal for the Centre for Future Work. He joins Sally Spicer to answer these pressing questions.

THE DOWNLOAD: HOW DO MEN FIT IN THE EQUALITY EQUATION?

TUESDAY 19 APRIL

Future Women’s newest recruit, Tarang Chawla, joins Helen and Jamila to discuss his new role as Director, Diversity and Inclusion Programs. Come for the latest news, stay for the laughs!

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: WILL DEVES BE DUMPED?

TUESDAY 19 APRIL

Will the Coalition succumb to mounting pressure to dump Warringah candidate Katherine Deves over her comments about trans kids? Are the latest polls really that bad for Labor, or not? And how will a difficult first week shape the rest of its’ campaign?

Senior writer and columnist for Sydney Morning Herald and The Age Jacqueline Maley joins Sally Spicer to discuss these burning questions.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: A CHILDCARE CONVERSATION YOU CAN’T AFFORD TO MISS

THURSDAY 14 APRIL

The average price of childcare in Australia is $118 a day. 85 percent of parents and carers spend more on it than utilities. Executive director Georgie Dent joins Sally Spicer to discuss affordability, accessibility and what reforms are needed.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: A GREENS ANNOUNCEMENT WITH TEETH

WEDNESDAY 13 APRIL

The Greens are set to unveil a $7.5 billion plan to include dental in Medicare. Given it’s highly unlikely they’ll form government, Guardian Australia political reporter Amy Remeikis joins Sally Spicer to explain how this affects the major parties.

THE DOWNLOAD: A COVID-19 MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS

TUESDAY 12 APRIL

In this special edition of The Download, Helen McCabe and Sally Spicer recap the big news of the day before they’re joined by The Age’s social affairs editor Jewel Topsfield. Topsfield is co-host of a new podcast, Enough, examining the shadow pandemic of mental illness for young people who’ve spent two of their most formative years in a global pandemic.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: RATE REGRETS AND TUDGE TROUBLES

TUESDAY 12 APRIL

Was Anthony Albanese’s failure to name the cash and unemployment rates an over-reported gaffe or an election-threatening mistake? And is Alan Tudge returning to cabinet or not? Award-winning journalist Annika Smethurst joins Sally Spicer to discuss the big news from day one of the federal election campaign.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: AN UNACCEPTABLE RISK OR TIME FOR CHANGE?

MONDAY 11 APRIL

The democracy sausage countdown is on, which means pledges, promises, polls and photo ops. Founder of The Squiz Claire Kimball joins senior content director Sally Spicer to break down each party’s pre-election pitch.

THE DOWNLOAD: POLLS AND PRESELECTIONS

TUESDAY 5 APRIL

In this special edition of The Download, Sally and Bojana will be joined by The Saturday Paper’s chief political correspondent, Karen Middleton. Middleton broke an explosive story over the weekend revealing new details about the Prime Minister’s controversial preselection in 2007, including allegations that he used the apparent ‘risk’ of his opponent’s Lebanese background to become the Liberal Party’s pick to run for the seat of Cook.

FUTURE WOMEN BREAKS DOWN THE BUDGET

WEDNESDAY 30 MARCH

Future Women is sifting through the budget papers so you don’t have to.
In this post-budget hour of power, Helen and Jamila tag team The Squiz founder Claire Kimball and Australian Financial Review political editor Phil Coorey to tease out the details in Treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s fourth budget.

With an election imminent, is it enough to win Aussies over?

THE DOWNLOAD: BUDGET BUZZ AND AN OSCARS SHOCK

TUESDAY 29 MARCH

Happy budget day! Helen and Jamila have The Download all to themselves today so they can cast predictions about the federal budget, and discuss what’s already been announced. They of course also had to recap the Oscars, including that moment between Will Smith and Chris Rock.

THE DOWNLOAD: THE HIDDEN SIGNS OF FINANCIAL ABUSE

TUESDAY 22 MARCH

In today’s special episode of The Download we are joined by the Director of Primary Prevention at frontline service Women’s and Girls’ Emergency Centre and CommBank Next Chapter strategic advisor, Moo Baulch, whose advice has been integral to our new podcast, There’s No Place Like Home. We’re also one week out from the federal budget, so there’s a lot of political headlines to discuss.

TV CLUB: EUPHORIA

WEDNESDAY 16 MARCH

A gritty ensemble drama about a troubled group of teens, Euphoria is a cultural phenomenon and the most tweeted about show of the past decade. It is also one of the most polarising.

Join Emily Joyce and India Bailey as they break down Euphoria’s second season, and answer important questions such as: Team Maddy or Team Cassie? Would Sam Levinson be better off directing music videos? Should brooding young men ever be allowed access to an acoustic guitar?

THE DOWNLOAD: ON THE GROUND IN A FLOOD EMERGENCY

TUESDAY 15 MARCH

Catastrophic flooding is ravaging southern Queensland and Northern New South Wales. In today’s episode of the Download Helen and Jamila glean some heartbreaking insights from 9News reporter, Liz Daniels, who’s been on the ground in Lismore. She fills us in on what it’s really like, how residents are feeling and what we can do to help.

THE DOWNLOAD: RUSSIA’S UNEXPECTED UKRAINE INVASION

TUESDAY 1 MARCH

As the world watches in horror as the conflict in Ukraine unfolds, Helen and Sally enlist the services of ABC journalist Matt Bevan to help us understand exactly what’s going on. Matt is the host of the podcast Australia, If You’re Listening.

TV CLUB: LOVE ME

TUESDAY 23 FEBRUARY

In our second TV Club, Sally and Bojana dissect Binge’s first original series, Love Me. Tune in as they discuss the poignant mosaic of love and grief canvassed in the six-part drama series, as well as that table scene.

THE DOWNLOAD: OUR GROUNDBREAKING NEW PODCAST

TUESDAY 22 FEBRUARY

In this special edition of the Download we chat to Tarang Chawla, the host of Future Women’s brand new podcast There’s No Place Like Home, which launched today. There’s No Place Like Home is a groundbreaking podcast that puts victim/survivors at the centre of the story.

 

THE DOWNLOAD: UKELELES AND ETHICAL INVESTING

TUESDAY 15 FEBRUARY

Helen and Jamila discuss the response to Scott Morrison’s 60 Minutes interview and what we want and expect from the partners of Prime Ministers. Then we hear from Binuo Erth, managing partner at Vellum Australia, about her experience working (and succeeding) in the notoriously male-dominated field of investment and her commitment to more ethical business practices.

TV CLUB: AND JUST LIKE THAT

MONDAY 14 FEBRUARY

Love it? Loathe it? Hate it but desperately want ten more seasons and an Oscar?

For our inaugural TV Club, Jamila and Sally break down Sex and the City’s controversial revival. On the agenda: taking sides in Miranda and Steve’s divorce, the problem of Samantha and #PeeGate.

THE DOWNLOAD: AN HISTORIC ADDRESS

WEDNESDAY 9 FEBRUARY

The Download is back for a special second sitting as Helen and Jamila discuss Grace Tame and Brittany Higgins’ blistering addresses to the National Press Club in Canberra.

THE DOWNLOAD: AND JUST LIKE THAT, HELEN’S OUT

TUESDAY 8 FEBRUARY

Parliament has resumed for the year and there’s a lot to discuss. Helen and Jamila, your resident political experts, break down the biggest stories for you and dish their insider intel so you’re prepared for your next dinner party. Then they let us know what they’ve been watching, reading and listening to recently, with Jamila continuing to disappoint Helen with her enthusiasm for And Just Like That.

THE DOWNLOAD: AMY REMEIKIS’ UNPLANNED VIRAL MOMENT

TUESDAY 1 FEBRUARY

In this unmissable episode of The Download, The Guardian’s political reporter Amy Remeikis joins Helen McCabe and Sally Spicer to talk about her new book, On Reckoning, women’s anger and why she chose to speak up in that viral moment with Peter Van Onselen on The Project. Helen also recaps a tennis-filled trip to Melbourne with a not-so-nice crowd. Helen and Sally wrap up with their weekly recommendations.

THE DOWNLOAD: NO-VAX NOVAK BOOTED

TUESDAY 19 JANUARY

Our first Download for 2022 started off a little… clunky. Once Jamila and Sally stopped accidentally talking over one another, they discussed the big headlines for the week and how they affect women. With the help of special guest (and Jamila’s dad) Abul Rizvi they broke down the Djokovic drama, before letting us know what they were reading, listening and watching over the summer.

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TUESDAY 1 FEBRUARY

In this unmissable episode of The Download, The Guardian’s political reporter Amy Remeikis joins Helen McCabe and Sally Spicer to talk about her new book, On Reckoning, women’s anger and why she chose to speak up in that viral moment with Peter Van Onselen on The Project. Helen also recaps a tennis-filled trip to Melbourne with a not-so-nice crowd. Helen and Sally wrap up with their weekly recommendations.

TUESDAY 18 JANUARY

Our first Download for 2022 started off a little… clunky. Once Jamila and Sally stopped accidentally talking over one another, they discussed the big headlines for the week and how they affect women. With the help of special guest (and Jamila’s dad) Abul Rizvi they broke down the Djokovic drama, before letting us know what they were reading, listening and watching over the summer.

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TV Club

When we asked you what type of content you spent your summer consuming, the response was loud and clear: TV and more TV. And as is typical of our Future Women members, you had a LOT of opinions. And you need to talk about them! Enter: TV Club.

Live in the Members-Only Facebook group, whenever we need to debrief on a TV show we can’t stop watching (or hate-watching).

TV Club

When we asked you what type of content you spent your summer consuming, the response was loud and clear: TV and more TV. And as is typical of our Future Women members, you had a LOT of opinions. And you need to talk about them! Enter: TV Club.

Live in the Members-Only Facebook group, whenever we need to debrief on a TV show we can’t stop watching (or hate-watching).

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: ANOTHER ‘GOTCHA’ MOMENT

FRIDAY 6 APRIL

Opposition leader Anthony Albanese has stumbled on another ‘gotcha’ moment. This time, he struggled to list Labor’s NDIS plan.

The Herald Sun’s Federal Political Reporter Jade Gailberger joins Sally Spicer from Anthony Albanese’s campaign bus to discuss why journalists love catching politicians out, how it impacts their electoral chances… and whether voters really care.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: ON THE EDGE OF OUR (MARGINAL) SEATS

THURSDAY 5 APRIL

Marginal seats – and some previously safe ones – have been under attack from so-called teal Independents this election, prompting fear from both major parties.

What power do these independents have this election, and what does a vote for them mean? Victoria State Reporter for Guardian Australia Benita Kolovos joins Sally Spicer to explain.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: HOW DOES A RATE RISE IMPACT ME?

WEDNESDAY 4 APRIL

On Tuesday, the RBA raised interest rates for the first time since 2010, in what is broadly expected to become a series of increases.

Per Capita Executive Director Emma Dawson joins Sally Spicer to discuss what it means for the cost of living, mortgage holders, renters and the federal election campaign.

 

THE DOWNLOAD: MET GALA LOOKS FOR THE (GILDED) AGES

TUESDAY 3 APRIL

Is there anything better than feasting your eyes on a string of elegant outfits you could never begin to afford?

Ella Jackson, Sally Spicer and Bojana Kos are averting their eyes from election news today and looking squarely at the best- and worst-dressed at this year’s Met Gala.

Later, Sally and Bojana are joined by Teach For Australia’s Carolina Modesto to discuss some exciting opportunities for would-be teachers.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: LABOR POLICIES HIT HOME

MONDAY 2 APRIL

Over the weekend, Labor launched its election campaign in Perth. Among the policies is one to get 10,000 Australians into their first home, by making 40 percent of the purchase.

Recapping this policy, and all the latest as we head into week four, is Nine’s Federal Politics Reporter Fiona Willan.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: WHAT DO YOUNG AUSTRALIANS WANT THIS ELECTION?

FRIDAY 29 APRIL

Young Australians enrolled to vote in record numbers after news that less than half were on the roll. The result? 97 percent of eligible Australians are now enrolled.

So what do young people actually want this election? Plan International Australia ambassador and youth advocates Yasmin Poole and Jan Sam join Sally Spicer for a timely discussion about what the next generation wants from Australia’s parliament.

TV CLUB: BRIDGERTON SEASON TWO

THURSDAY 28 APRIL

Bridgerton: the bane of our existence and the object of all our desires. During its premiere weekend, the second season became the most-watched English-language TV show in the streamer’s history.

Madison Howarth and Ella Jackson are fresh from the modiste and ready to dissect the talk of the ton.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: WHAT DOES RISING INFLATION MEAN FOR MORTGAGE HOLDERS?

THURSDAY 28 APRIL

It’s no surprise to anyone that living is becoming more expensive. But there was confirmation of it just how bad it is on Wednesday, with news inflation has surged to 5.1 percent in the biggest yearly jump since 2001.

Clare Armstrong is the National Political Reporter at The Daily Telegraph. She joins Sally Spicer to discuss how this will affect Australians, and the election campaign.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: DUDE, WHERE’S MY ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION?

WEDNESDAY 27 APRIL

What does an effective federal anti-corruption body look like – and why don’t we have one yet?

The Centre for Public Integrity’s Executive Director Han Aulby joins Sally Spicer to discuss one of the key issues this election.

THE DOWNLOAD: A BINGE-WORTHY WEEKEND

TUESDAY 26 APRIL

As our run of long weekends comes to an end, Jamila and Sally are signing on to talk about the latest news, a massive moment for Future Women’s project, There’s No Place Like Home, and every show they’ve binged over the last several weeks.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: ANTHONY ALBANESE’S COVID-19 TIMEOUT

TUESDAY 26 APRIL

Karen Middleton has literally written the book on Anthony Albanese. The Saturday Paper correspondent and author of Albanese: Telling It Straight joins Sally Spicer to discuss how – and if – being sidelined for a week will impact the Opposition leader’s campaign momentum.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: HOW DO WE FIX THE NDIS?

FRIDAY 22 APRIL

While the government says it’s spending more than ever on the National Disability Insurance Scheme, reports continue to emerge about payment cuts and sustainability concerns.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: HOW DO WE FIX THE NDIS?

FRIDAY 22 APRIL

While the government says it’s spending more than ever on the National Disability Insurance Scheme, reports continue to emerge about payment cuts and sustainability concerns.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: IS INSECURE WORK REALLY ON THE RISE?

THURSDAY 21 APRIL

Is the gig economy really getting bigger in Australia? According to the data, it’s not a simple yes or no.

The Australian Financial Review’s National Affairs columnist Jennifer Hewett joins Sally Spicer to discuss gig economy, insecure work, and what the – increasingly complex – data tells us.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: WHERE’S MY PAY RISE?

WEDNESDAY 20 APRIL

We keep hearing that unemployment is at a 50-year low. But when does that translate to a pay rise? And what about rates – what will an increase do to mortgage holders?

Dr Greg Jericho is the Policy Director, Labour Market and Fiscal for the Centre for Future Work. He joins Sally Spicer to answer these pressing questions.

THE DOWNLOAD: HOW DO MEN FIT IN THE EQUALITY EQUATION?

TUESDAY 19 APRIL

Future Women’s newest recruit, Tarang Chawla, joins Helen and Jamila to discuss his new role as Director, Diversity and Inclusion Programs. Come for the latest news, stay for the laughs!

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: WILL DEVES BE DUMPED?

TUESDAY 19 APRIL

Will the Coalition succumb to mounting pressure to dump Warringah candidate Katherine Deves over her comments about trans kids? Are the latest polls really that bad for Labor, or not? And how will a difficult first week shape the rest of its’ campaign?

Senior writer and columnist for Sydney Morning Herald and The Age Jacqueline Maley joins Sally Spicer to discuss these burning questions.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: A CHILDCARE CONVERSATION YOU CAN’T AFFORD TO MISS

THURSDAY 14 APRIL

The average price of childcare in Australia is $118 a day. 85 percent of parents and carers spend more on it than utilities. Executive director Georgie Dent joins Sally Spicer to discuss affordability, accessibility and what reforms are needed.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: A GREENS ANNOUNCEMENT WITH TEETH

WEDNESDAY 13 APRIL

The Greens are set to unveil a $7.5 billion plan to include dental in Medicare. Given it’s highly unlikely they’ll form government, Guardian Australia political reporter Amy Remeikis joins Sally Spicer to explain how this affects the major parties.

THE DOWNLOAD: A COVID-19 MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS

TUESDAY 12 APRIL

In this special edition of The Download, Helen McCabe and Sally Spicer recap the big news of the day before they’re joined by The Age’s social affairs editor Jewel Topsfield. Topsfield is co-host of a new podcast, Enough, examining the shadow pandemic of mental illness for young people who’ve spent two of their most formative years in a global pandemic.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: RATE REGRETS AND TUDGE TROUBLES

TUESDAY 12 APRIL

Was Anthony Albanese’s failure to name the cash and unemployment rates an over-reported gaffe or an election-threatening mistake? And is Alan Tudge returning to cabinet or not? Award-winning journalist Annika Smethurst joins Sally Spicer to discuss the big news from day one of the federal election campaign.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: AN UNACCEPTABLE RISK OR TIME FOR CHANGE?

MONDAY 11 APRIL

The democracy sausage countdown is on, which means pledges, promises, polls and photo ops. Founder of The Squiz Claire Kimball joins senior content director Sally Spicer to break down each party’s pre-election pitch.

THE DOWNLOAD: POLLS AND PRESELECTIONS

TUESDAY 5 APRIL

In this special edition of The Download, Sally and Bojana will be joined by The Saturday Paper’s chief political correspondent, Karen Middleton. Middleton broke an explosive story over the weekend revealing new details about the Prime Minister’s controversial preselection in 2007, including allegations that he used the apparent ‘risk’ of his opponent’s Lebanese background to become the Liberal Party’s pick to run for the seat of Cook.

FUTURE WOMEN BREAKS DOWN THE BUDGET

WEDNESDAY 30 MARCH

Future Women is sifting through the budget papers so you don’t have to.
In this post-budget hour of power, Helen and Jamila tag team The Squiz founder Claire Kimball and Australian Financial Review political editor Phil Coorey to tease out the details in Treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s fourth budget.

With an election imminent, is it enough to win Aussies over?

THE DOWNLOAD: BUDGET BUZZ AND AN OSCARS SHOCK

TUESDAY 29 MARCH

Happy budget day! Helen and Jamila have The Download all to themselves today so they can cast predictions about the federal budget, and discuss what’s already been announced. They of course also had to recap the Oscars, including that moment between Will Smith and Chris Rock.

THE DOWNLOAD: THE HIDDEN SIGNS OF FINANCIAL ABUSE

TUESDAY 22 MARCH

In today’s special episode of The Download we are joined by the Director of Primary Prevention at frontline service Women’s and Girls’ Emergency Centre and CommBank Next Chapter strategic advisor, Moo Baulch, whose advice has been integral to our new podcast, There’s No Place Like Home. We’re also one week out from the federal budget, so there’s a lot of political headlines to discuss.

TV CLUB: EUPHORIA

WEDNESDAY 16 MARCH

A gritty ensemble drama about a troubled group of teens, Euphoria is a cultural phenomenon and the most tweeted about show of the past decade. It is also one of the most polarising.

Join Emily Joyce and India Bailey as they break down Euphoria’s second season, and answer important questions such as: Team Maddy or Team Cassie? Would Sam Levinson be better off directing music videos? Should brooding young men ever be allowed access to an acoustic guitar?

THE DOWNLOAD: ON THE GROUND IN A FLOOD EMERGENCY

TUESDAY 15 MARCH

Catastrophic flooding is ravaging southern Queensland and Northern New South Wales. In today’s episode of the Download Helen and Jamila glean some heartbreaking insights from 9News reporter, Liz Daniels, who’s been on the ground in Lismore. She fills us in on what it’s really like, how residents are feeling and what we can do to help.

THE DOWNLOAD: RUSSIA’S UNEXPECTED UKRAINE INVASION

TUESDAY 1 MARCH

As the world watches in horror as the conflict in Ukraine unfolds, Helen and Sally enlist the services of ABC journalist Matt Bevan to help us understand exactly what’s going on. Matt is the host of the podcast Australia, If You’re Listening.

TV CLUB: LOVE ME

TUESDAY 23 FEBRUARY

In our second TV Club, Sally and Bojana dissect Binge’s first original series, Love Me. Tune in as they discuss the poignant mosaic of love and grief canvassed in the six-part drama series, as well as that table scene.

THE DOWNLOAD: OUR GROUNDBREAKING NEW PODCAST

TUESDAY 22 FEBRUARY

In this special edition of the Download we chat to Tarang Chawla, the host of Future Women’s brand new podcast There’s No Place Like Home, which launched today. There’s No Place Like Home is a groundbreaking podcast that puts victim/survivors at the centre of the story.

 

THE DOWNLOAD: UKELELES AND ETHICAL INVESTING

TUESDAY 15 FEBRUARY

Helen and Jamila discuss the response to Scott Morrison’s 60 Minutes interview and what we want and expect from the partners of Prime Ministers. Then we hear from Binuo Erth, managing partner at Vellum Australia, about her experience working (and succeeding) in the notoriously male-dominated field of investment and her commitment to more ethical business practices.

TV CLUB: AND JUST LIKE THAT

MONDAY 14 FEBRUARY

Love it? Loathe it? Hate it but desperately want ten more seasons and an Oscar?

For our inaugural TV Club, Jamila and Sally break down Sex and the City’s controversial revival. On the agenda: taking sides in Miranda and Steve’s divorce, the problem of Samantha and #PeeGate.

THE DOWNLOAD: AN HISTORIC ADDRESS

WEDNESDAY 9 FEBRUARY

The Download is back for a special second sitting as Helen and Jamila discuss Grace Tame and Brittany Higgins’ blistering addresses to the National Press Club in Canberra.

THE DOWNLOAD: AND JUST LIKE THAT, HELEN’S OUT

TUESDAY 8 FEBRUARY

Parliament has resumed for the year and there’s a lot to discuss. Helen and Jamila, your resident political experts, break down the biggest stories for you and dish their insider intel so you’re prepared for your next dinner party. Then they let us know what they’ve been watching, reading and listening to recently, with Jamila continuing to disappoint Helen with her enthusiasm for And Just Like That.

THE DOWNLOAD: AMY REMEIKIS’ UNPLANNED VIRAL MOMENT

TUESDAY 1 FEBRUARY

In this unmissable episode of The Download, The Guardian’s political reporter Amy Remeikis joins Helen McCabe and Sally Spicer to talk about her new book, On Reckoning, women’s anger and why she chose to speak up in that viral moment with Peter Van Onselen on The Project. Helen also recaps a tennis-filled trip to Melbourne with a not-so-nice crowd. Helen and Sally wrap up with their weekly recommendations.

THE DOWNLOAD: NO-VAX NOVAK BOOTED

TUESDAY 19 JANUARY

Our first Download for 2022 started off a little… clunky. Once Jamila and Sally stopped accidentally talking over one another, they discussed the big headlines for the week and how they affect women. With the help of special guest (and Jamila’s dad) Abul Rizvi they broke down the Djokovic drama, before letting us know what they were reading, listening and watching over the summer.

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TUESDAY 1 FEBRUARY

In this unmissable episode of The Download, The Guardian’s political reporter Amy Remeikis joins Helen McCabe and Sally Spicer to talk about her new book, On Reckoning, women’s anger and why she chose to speak up in that viral moment with Peter Van Onselen on The Project. Helen also recaps a tennis-filled trip to Melbourne with a not-so-nice crowd. Helen and Sally wrap up with their weekly recommendations.

TUESDAY 18 JANUARY

Our first Download for 2022 started off a little… clunky. Once Jamila and Sally stopped accidentally talking over one another, they discussed the big headlines for the week and how they affect women. With the help of special guest (and Jamila’s dad) Abul Rizvi they broke down the Djokovic drama, before letting us know what they were reading, listening and watching over the summer.

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HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: ANOTHER ‘GOTCHA’ MOMENT

FRIDAY 6 APRIL

Opposition leader Anthony Albanese has stumbled on another ‘gotcha’ moment. This time, he struggled to list Labor’s NDIS plan.

The Herald Sun’s Federal Political Reporter Jade Gailberger joins Sally Spicer from Anthony Albanese’s campaign bus to discuss why journalists love catching politicians out, how it impacts their electoral chances… and whether voters really care.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: ON THE EDGE OF OUR (MARGINAL) SEATS

THURSDAY 5 APRIL

Marginal seats – and some previously safe ones – have been under attack from so-called teal Independents this election, prompting fear from both major parties.

What power do these independents have this election, and what does a vote for them mean? Victoria State Reporter for Guardian Australia Benita Kolovos joins Sally Spicer to explain.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: HOW DOES A RATE RISE IMPACT ME?

WEDNESDAY 4 APRIL

On Tuesday, the RBA raised interest rates for the first time since 2010, in what is broadly expected to become a series of increases.

Per Capita Executive Director Emma Dawson joins Sally Spicer to discuss what it means for the cost of living, mortgage holders, renters and the federal election campaign.

 

THE DOWNLOAD: MET GALA LOOKS FOR THE (GILDED) AGES

TUESDAY 3 APRIL

Is there anything better than feasting your eyes on a string of elegant outfits you could never begin to afford?

Ella Jackson, Sally Spicer and Bojana Kos are averting their eyes from election news today and looking squarely at the best- and worst-dressed at this year’s Met Gala.

Later, Sally and Bojana are joined by Teach For Australia’s Carolina Modesto to discuss some exciting opportunities for would-be teachers.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: LABOR POLICIES HIT HOME

MONDAY 2 APRIL

Over the weekend, Labor launched its election campaign in Perth. Among the policies is one to get 10,000 Australians into their first home, by making 40 percent of the purchase.

Recapping this policy, and all the latest as we head into week four, is Nine’s Federal Politics Reporter Fiona Willan.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: WHAT DO YOUNG AUSTRALIANS WANT THIS ELECTION?

FRIDAY 29 APRIL

Young Australians enrolled to vote in record numbers after news that less than half were on the roll. The result? 97 percent of eligible Australians are now enrolled.

So what do young people actually want this election? Plan International Australia ambassador and youth advocates Yasmin Poole and Jan Sam join Sally Spicer for a timely discussion about what the next generation wants from Australia’s parliament.

TV CLUB: BRIDGERTON SEASON TWO

THURSDAY 28 APRIL

Bridgerton: the bane of our existence and the object of all our desires. During its premiere weekend, the second season became the most-watched English-language TV show in the streamer’s history.

Madison Howarth and Ella Jackson are fresh from the modiste and ready to dissect the talk of the ton.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: WHAT DOES RISING INFLATION MEAN FOR MORTGAGE HOLDERS?

THURSDAY 28 APRIL

It’s no surprise to anyone that living is becoming more expensive. But there was confirmation of it just how bad it is on Wednesday, with news inflation has surged to 5.1 percent in the biggest yearly jump since 2001.

Clare Armstrong is the National Political Reporter at The Daily Telegraph. She joins Sally Spicer to discuss how this will affect Australians, and the election campaign.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: DUDE, WHERE’S MY ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION?

WEDNESDAY 27 APRIL

What does an effective federal anti-corruption body look like – and why don’t we have one yet?

The Centre for Public Integrity’s Executive Director Han Aulby joins Sally Spicer to discuss one of the key issues this election.

THE DOWNLOAD: A BINGE-WORTHY WEEKEND

TUESDAY 26 APRIL

As our run of long weekends comes to an end, Jamila and Sally are signing on to talk about the latest news, a massive moment for Future Women’s project, There’s No Place Like Home, and every show they’ve binged over the last several weeks.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: ANTHONY ALBANESE’S COVID-19 TIMEOUT

TUESDAY 26 APRIL

Karen Middleton has literally written the book on Anthony Albanese. The Saturday Paper correspondent and author of Albanese: Telling It Straight joins Sally Spicer to discuss how – and if – being sidelined for a week will impact the Opposition leader’s campaign momentum.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: HOW DO WE FIX THE NDIS?

FRIDAY 22 APRIL

While the government says it’s spending more than ever on the National Disability Insurance Scheme, reports continue to emerge about payment cuts and sustainability concerns.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: HOW DO WE FIX THE NDIS?

FRIDAY 22 APRIL

While the government says it’s spending more than ever on the National Disability Insurance Scheme, reports continue to emerge about payment cuts and sustainability concerns.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: IS INSECURE WORK REALLY ON THE RISE?

THURSDAY 21 APRIL

Is the gig economy really getting bigger in Australia? According to the data, it’s not a simple yes or no.

The Australian Financial Review’s National Affairs columnist Jennifer Hewett joins Sally Spicer to discuss gig economy, insecure work, and what the – increasingly complex – data tells us.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: WHERE’S MY PAY RISE?

WEDNESDAY 20 APRIL

We keep hearing that unemployment is at a 50-year low. But when does that translate to a pay rise? And what about rates – what will an increase do to mortgage holders?

Dr Greg Jericho is the Policy Director, Labour Market and Fiscal for the Centre for Future Work. He joins Sally Spicer to answer these pressing questions.

THE DOWNLOAD: HOW DO MEN FIT IN THE EQUALITY EQUATION?

TUESDAY 19 APRIL

Future Women’s newest recruit, Tarang Chawla, joins Helen and Jamila to discuss his new role as Director, Diversity and Inclusion Programs. Come for the latest news, stay for the laughs!

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: WILL DEVES BE DUMPED?

TUESDAY 19 APRIL

Will the Coalition succumb to mounting pressure to dump Warringah candidate Katherine Deves over her comments about trans kids? Are the latest polls really that bad for Labor, or not? And how will a difficult first week shape the rest of its’ campaign?

Senior writer and columnist for Sydney Morning Herald and The Age Jacqueline Maley joins Sally Spicer to discuss these burning questions.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: A CHILDCARE CONVERSATION YOU CAN’T AFFORD TO MISS

THURSDAY 14 APRIL

The average price of childcare in Australia is $118 a day. 85 percent of parents and carers spend more on it than utilities. Executive director Georgie Dent joins Sally Spicer to discuss affordability, accessibility and what reforms are needed.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: A GREENS ANNOUNCEMENT WITH TEETH

WEDNESDAY 13 APRIL

The Greens are set to unveil a $7.5 billion plan to include dental in Medicare. Given it’s highly unlikely they’ll form government, Guardian Australia political reporter Amy Remeikis joins Sally Spicer to explain how this affects the major parties.

THE DOWNLOAD: A COVID-19 MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS

TUESDAY 12 APRIL

In this special edition of The Download, Helen McCabe and Sally Spicer recap the big news of the day before they’re joined by The Age’s social affairs editor Jewel Topsfield. Topsfield is co-host of a new podcast, Enough, examining the shadow pandemic of mental illness for young people who’ve spent two of their most formative years in a global pandemic.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: RATE REGRETS AND TUDGE TROUBLES

TUESDAY 12 APRIL

Was Anthony Albanese’s failure to name the cash and unemployment rates an over-reported gaffe or an election-threatening mistake? And is Alan Tudge returning to cabinet or not? Award-winning journalist Annika Smethurst joins Sally Spicer to discuss the big news from day one of the federal election campaign.

HERVOTE BREAKFAST BRIEFING: AN UNACCEPTABLE RISK OR TIME FOR CHANGE?

MONDAY 11 APRIL

The democracy sausage countdown is on, which means pledges, promises, polls and photo ops. Founder of The Squiz Claire Kimball joins senior content director Sally Spicer to break down each party’s pre-election pitch.

THE DOWNLOAD: POLLS AND PRESELECTIONS

TUESDAY 5 APRIL

In this special edition of The Download, Sally and Bojana will be joined by The Saturday Paper’s chief political correspondent, Karen Middleton. Middleton broke an explosive story over the weekend revealing new details about the Prime Minister’s controversial preselection in 2007, including allegations that he used the apparent ‘risk’ of his opponent’s Lebanese background to become the Liberal Party’s pick to run for the seat of Cook.

FUTURE WOMEN BREAKS DOWN THE BUDGET

WEDNESDAY 30 MARCH

Future Women is sifting through the budget papers so you don’t have to.
In this post-budget hour of power, Helen and Jamila tag team The Squiz founder Claire Kimball and Australian Financial Review political editor Phil Coorey to tease out the details in Treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s fourth budget.

With an election imminent, is it enough to win Aussies over?

THE DOWNLOAD: BUDGET BUZZ AND AN OSCARS SHOCK

TUESDAY 29 MARCH

Happy budget day! Helen and Jamila have The Download all to themselves today so they can cast predictions about the federal budget, and discuss what’s already been announced. They of course also had to recap the Oscars, including that moment between Will Smith and Chris Rock.

THE DOWNLOAD: THE HIDDEN SIGNS OF FINANCIAL ABUSE

TUESDAY 22 MARCH

In today’s special episode of The Download we are joined by the Director of Primary Prevention at frontline service Women’s and Girls’ Emergency Centre and CommBank Next Chapter strategic advisor, Moo Baulch, whose advice has been integral to our new podcast, There’s No Place Like Home. We’re also one week out from the federal budget, so there’s a lot of political headlines to discuss.

TV CLUB: EUPHORIA

WEDNESDAY 16 MARCH

A gritty ensemble drama about a troubled group of teens, Euphoria is a cultural phenomenon and the most tweeted about show of the past decade. It is also one of the most polarising.

Join Emily Joyce and India Bailey as they break down Euphoria’s second season, and answer important questions such as: Team Maddy or Team Cassie? Would Sam Levinson be better off directing music videos? Should brooding young men ever be allowed access to an acoustic guitar?

THE DOWNLOAD: ON THE GROUND IN A FLOOD EMERGENCY

TUESDAY 15 MARCH

Catastrophic flooding is ravaging southern Queensland and Northern New South Wales. In today’s episode of the Download Helen and Jamila glean some heartbreaking insights from 9News reporter, Liz Daniels, who’s been on the ground in Lismore. She fills us in on what it’s really like, how residents are feeling and what we can do to help.

THE DOWNLOAD: RUSSIA’S UNEXPECTED UKRAINE INVASION

TUESDAY 1 MARCH

As the world watches in horror as the conflict in Ukraine unfolds, Helen and Sally enlist the services of ABC journalist Matt Bevan to help us understand exactly what’s going on. Matt is the host of the podcast Australia, If You’re Listening.

TV CLUB: LOVE ME

TUESDAY 23 FEBRUARY

In our second TV Club, Sally and Bojana dissect Binge’s first original series, Love Me. Tune in as they discuss the poignant mosaic of love and grief canvassed in the six-part drama series, as well as that table scene.

THE DOWNLOAD: OUR GROUNDBREAKING NEW PODCAST

TUESDAY 22 FEBRUARY

In this special edition of the Download we chat to Tarang Chawla, the host of Future Women’s brand new podcast There’s No Place Like Home, which launched today. There’s No Place Like Home is a groundbreaking podcast that puts victim/survivors at the centre of the story.

 

THE DOWNLOAD: UKELELES AND ETHICAL INVESTING

TUESDAY 15 FEBRUARY

Helen and Jamila discuss the response to Scott Morrison’s 60 Minutes interview and what we want and expect from the partners of Prime Ministers. Then we hear from Binuo Erth, managing partner at Vellum Australia, about her experience working (and succeeding) in the notoriously male-dominated field of investment and her commitment to more ethical business practices.

TV CLUB: AND JUST LIKE THAT

MONDAY 14 FEBRUARY

Love it? Loathe it? Hate it but desperately want ten more seasons and an Oscar?

For our inaugural TV Club, Jamila and Sally break down Sex and the City’s controversial revival. On the agenda: taking sides in Miranda and Steve’s divorce, the problem of Samantha and #PeeGate.

THE DOWNLOAD: AN HISTORIC ADDRESS

WEDNESDAY 9 FEBRUARY

The Download is back for a special second sitting as Helen and Jamila discuss Grace Tame and Brittany Higgins’ blistering addresses to the National Press Club in Canberra.

THE DOWNLOAD: AND JUST LIKE THAT, HELEN’S OUT

TUESDAY 8 FEBRUARY

Parliament has resumed for the year and there’s a lot to discuss. Helen and Jamila, your resident political experts, break down the biggest stories for you and dish their insider intel so you’re prepared for your next dinner party. Then they let us know what they’ve been watching, reading and listening to recently, with Jamila continuing to disappoint Helen with her enthusiasm for And Just Like That.

THE DOWNLOAD: AMY REMEIKIS’ UNPLANNED VIRAL MOMENT

TUESDAY 1 FEBRUARY

In this unmissable episode of The Download, The Guardian’s political reporter Amy Remeikis joins Helen McCabe and Sally Spicer to talk about her new book, On Reckoning, women’s anger and why she chose to speak up in that viral moment with Peter Van Onselen on The Project. Helen also recaps a tennis-filled trip to Melbourne with a not-so-nice crowd. Helen and Sally wrap up with their weekly recommendations.

THE DOWNLOAD: NO-VAX NOVAK BOOTED

TUESDAY 19 JANUARY

Our first Download for 2022 started off a little… clunky. Once Jamila and Sally stopped accidentally talking over one another, they discussed the big headlines for the week and how they affect women. With the help of special guest (and Jamila’s dad) Abul Rizvi they broke down the Djokovic drama, before letting us know what they were reading, listening and watching over the summer.

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TUESDAY 1 FEBRUARY

In this unmissable episode of The Download, The Guardian’s political reporter Amy Remeikis joins Helen McCabe and Sally Spicer to talk about her new book, On Reckoning, women’s anger and why she chose to speak up in that viral moment with Peter Van Onselen on The Project. Helen also recaps a tennis-filled trip to Melbourne with a not-so-nice crowd. Helen and Sally wrap up with their weekly recommendations.

TUESDAY 18 JANUARY

Our first Download for 2022 started off a little… clunky. Once Jamila and Sally stopped accidentally talking over one another, they discussed the big headlines for the week and how they affect women. With the help of special guest (and Jamila’s dad) Abul Rizvi they broke down the Djokovic drama, before letting us know what they were reading, listening and watching over the summer.

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