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Two mics, a host who’s never the smartest in the room, and Twenty (ish) minutes.

From athletes, entertainers, sex therapists and experts in their field, Teach me in Twenty is the weekly Podcast that makes sure you never stop learning, one bite-sized podcast at a time.

Come with me as I get taught about anything and everything I’m curious about and prove that everyone you meet has something to teach you. 

Jul 14, 2020

Maddy Harrington, recently recognised as an inspirational woman in the law for International Women’s day shares her transgender journey.

What does the transgender process involve? What age did she feel something wasn't right? What would she like to change about societies perceptions of transgender? Listen to learn...

Jul 6, 2020

She graced your screens on last seasons Married at First Sight, and now Mishel spills the tea on what it's really like on a reality TV show and how her life has changed since. From online trolls to dating life and her career, learn what life is like post reality TV!

Follow Mishel online @mishel_meshes and Don't forget...

Jun 29, 2020

Know nothing about Aboriginal Culture and looking for a place to start? Well then this is the chat for you.
Learn from Aboriginal Elder and Emeritus Professor, Simon Forrest as he shares how he incorporated Aboriginal culture in his teaching, what he would like taught in schools, and how his students have personally...

Jun 18, 2020

Never heard of Hackathons? They're the latest in technology and innovation and this week I speak with Angela Bee Chan, CEO of Hackathons Australia to learn:
-What happens at Hackathons?
-How are they helping companies and industry's?
-How can they help YOU!

For more info and to access the 'Hacker Toolkit' ...

May 31, 2020

Former Womens Professional Tennis player and now CEO of the Women's Tennis Coaching Association, Sarah Stone joins us and shares:
-What it takes to get to the top 
-What makes a great coach
-How coaching is changing with technology
-Finding the balance of being honest yet still supportive with players 

For more info...