Hey Aunty! Live – Audiocraft Podcast Festival
Hey Aunty! ... how do you find your creative community? Hey Aunty! podcast records live at the Audiocraft Podcast Festival.
Hey Aunty! podcast shares fireside chats with black women and non-binary siblings who've been there. In this live recording, host Shantel Wetherall interviews two audio creatives about how they're making their mark and the incredible power of surrounding yourself with like-minded women.
Faith Chaza (Finishing School) Faith is a reluctant adult. Having grown up in Zimbabwe, Botswana and South Africa, Faith now finds themselves in Sydney learning how to be a real person. Data wrangler by day, Faith spends their down time creating music and, on occasion, playing with words. Some of their work can be found in Itch, Aerodome, and The Ghost Eater and Other Stories collection.
Renee Williamson (Koori Radio) Renee is Program Manager at Koori Radio/Gadigal Information Service. She produces and presents the Indij Hip Hop Show, a weekly hour of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Hip Hop, syndicated across Australia on CBAA's Community Radio Network (CRN), and in the USA and Canada on the Native Voice One network. She's previously produced at ABC Radio and was chosen for Spotify's 2018 Sound Up Bootcamp for First Nations podcasters.
Shantel Wetherall (Hey Aunty!) Shantel is producer and presenter of Hey Aunty! a podcast that shares fireside chats with black women, fems and non-binary siblings who've been there. The podcast provides a unique platform for Australian women to see themselves, confirming Shantel's belief that it really is time to #listentoblackwomen. Since launching in 2018 Hey Aunty! has hit thousands of listens, sold out an inaugural live show and been shortlisted in the Frankie Magazine Good Stuff Awards.