Aired 7 months ago 3:07
Chartable launch SmartLinks and Get $1.5m Funding
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Aired 1 year ago 46:28
Symptomless Blitz: 4087
Aliens, Brexit(!!) and Trumpbrella all in focus in a pretty spectacular live Bugle, featuring Nish Kumar and Felicity Ward alongside Andy Zaltzman.
Aired 8 months ago 0:0-1
145. Pulling Others Up the Ladder with Felicity Ward and guests Lidia Thorpe and Darcy Vescio
The Guilty Feminist Presented by Deborah Frances-White and Felicity Ward Episode 145: Pulling Others Up the Ladder with special guests Lidia Thorpe and Darcy Vescio Recorded 10 February at The Thornbury Theatre in Melbourne. Released 8 April 2019. The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon. ** GALA SCREENING OF SAY MY NAME with Amnesty International ** 23 April, Odeon Leicester Square Luxe. Book tickets now. More about Deborah Frances-White http://deborahfrances-white.com https://twitter.com/DeborahFW https://www.virago.co.uk/the-guilty-feminist-book https://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/The-Guilty-Feminist-tickets/artist/2210104 More about Felicity Ward https://twitter.com/felicityward https://www.comedyfestival.com.au/2019/shows/busting-a-nut http://www.sydneycomedyfest.com.au/single-event?show_id=2303 More about Lidia Thorpe https://www.facebook.com/lidiathorpe https://greens.org.au/vic/news/speech/northcote-electorate-lidia-thorpe More about Darcy Vescio https://www.instagram.com/darcyvee https://twitter.com/darcyvee More about Jane Yorke and Big Feminist Sing https://cmvicblog.wordpress.com/tag/big-feminist-sing Guilty Feminist jewellery is now available https://www.road-from-damascus.co.uk The Negotiations special episode of the podcast is now available to purchase. http://guiltyfeminist.com/product/include-yourself-podcast/ Come to a live recording! The Guilty Feminist Podcast Live Tour 2019. Tickets on sale now. 15 April at Kingâ€™s Place in London. Tickets on sale now. 8 June in Belfast. Tickets on sale now. 17 July at Kingâ€™s Place in London. Tickets on sale now. Leave us a review and rate us on Apple Podcasts! #38nations #licencetobeahero
Aired 8 months ago 16:55
The survival rate of CPR is incredibly low and hasn't changed in more than 25 years. While a compulsory skill for health professionals, research shows CPR performance drastically declines just weeks after receiving training. So why is a skill that helps save lives failing so many?In this episode we look at how feedback devices could help boost the survival rate of CPR. Nursing student Bec Karslake (University of Technology Sydney) explains what it's like to use these devices firsthand, while registered nurse Felicity Dick-Smith (University of Technology Sydney) tosses up the automation of resuscitation.