A Graziher podcast telling stories of women who live in rural and regional Australia. Stories from all kinds of women who have lived all kinds of lives from all different walks of life. Join our hosts Emily Herbert and Sammie O'Brien, as they speak to women from all over Australia. Hear from farmers, mothers, photographers, business owners, from teachers, nurses and doctors too. Hear from women who have moved to the country and who moved out of the country. Everyday women who all have a story to tell.
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Tracey Hayes episode was a whole thing and more - so blessed to have heard her story. Thank you GraziHER for sharing such inspiring women and their stories
As a city Gal far removed from the country I LOVE hearing stories from the land, it makes me feel a little connected to the bush. I would have loved a country childhood. Big fan of the Pod and magazine. XX
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As a city girl I love listening to the interviews hosted by Skye and Emily which take me from the hustle and busyness of city life. Skye has such a soothing voice and the intro music puts me at ease as soon as it starts. Thank you for producing this great podcast.
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Life on the Land launched 3 years ago and published 124 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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