SCA announces first PodcastOne content: Sex and food

SCA announces new TV chef and sexologist content on PodcastOne Network

Grant Tothill, head of podcasting at Southern Cross Austereo, has announced two new original podcasts ready to listen to via the PodcastOne app and PodcastOne website.

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SCA first announced PodcastOne in November last year, partnering with the US PodcastOne Network to expand the brand to Australia with a mix of the best podcasts from the US plus new original Australian content.

The new Australian podcasts being promoted are A Plate to Call Home with Gary Mehigan and Sex & Life with Nikki Goldstein.

Tothill said, “Podcasts are becoming more and more popular but there’s room for more original content podcasts made here in Australia. I’m proud to announce two new entertaining, engaging and informative podcasts to add to the PodcastOne Network.”

Tothill added: “We are audio content experts, so podcasting is a natural fit for the SCA business. We are pleased that we are able to offer our clients a new way to reach their audiences. Compelling audio entertainment on demand is immersive, lean-in content, which offers our clients new and effective ways to reach their audiences.”

Mediaweek’s podcasts, including our Seven Days podcast, are also available on the PodcastOne Network.

A Plate to Call Home

A Plate to Call Home is not a cooking podcast. Gary Mehigan brings listeners the stories of his guests through his and their passion for food and its impact on their lives.

In the first episode he talks to Tamsin Carvan who talks about leaving her corporate life to set up a farm in Gippsland, her daughter’s connection with the poultry and farm animals and setting up Tamsin’s Table.

In the second episode he meets Tamil refugees who hold regular Tamil feasts.

There will be 12 episodes in Series 1.

Sex & Life

Sexologist and relationship expert Dr Nikki Goldstein’s Sex & Life addresses what she sees as a lack of credible and thoughtful discussion and information about sex. Looking at sex, relationships, marriage and intimacy, she seeks to answer her audience’s key questions: Am I normal? Am I doing it right?

Feeling that the podcasting medium gives her the opportunity to go places she is not able to using other media, Goldstein in Sex & Life acts as educator, wanting people to ask themselves what is it that works for them and how do they live their life.

The first episode introduces Goldstein and starts her initial exploration of the two key questions. The second episode sees her take her producer Alex to a BDSM club to watch a Sunday afternoon rope-tying practice session and meet a couple of regular girls who are members of the club.

There will be 12 episodes in Series 1.

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