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The Jess Rowe Big Talk Show

The Jess Rowe Big Talk Show

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Australian Journalist and TV Presenter Jess Rowe jumps past the small talk, to show you a different side of her famous guests in these heartfelt and honest conversations. 

153 - Sam Neill ‘No one is more surprised than me‘
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  • 153 - Sam Neill ‘No one is more surprised than me‘

    Acting icon Sam Neill has graced our screens for over 50 years. Once a shy boy with a stutter he has gone on to become a hugely successful actor with a long career, and at 76 Sam is still doing what he loves.

    In this episode Jess and Sam dig deep on the surprises life has brought him including the diagnosis of a rare form of cancer and how its changed his perspective on life. Sam also opens up about the importance of friendships in his life, including companion and fellow actor Bryan Brown. He also shares his love for winemaking and the joy he finds in his vineyard. 

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    LINKS:

    Catch Sam in The Twelve Season 2 reprising his role as Barrister Brett Colby onBinge, Hubblor Foxtel 

    If you enjoyed this episode we think you'll love Jess's chat with Bryan Brown 

    If you love what we do, why not follow the show, and rate and review on Appleor Spotify

    Is there someone you'd like to hear on the podcast? Send Jess your guest ideas here

    CREDITS:
    Host: Jessica Rowe
    Guest: Sam Neill 
    Executive Producer: Nic McClure
    Audio Producer: Nat Marshall 
    Digital Content Producer: Zoe Panaretos 

    The Jess Rowe Big Talk Showacknowledges the Gadigal people, Traditional Custodians of the land on which we recorded this podcast, and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders peoples here today.

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Tue, 23 Jul 2024
  • 152 - How did the MH17 disaster change the life of an Aussie Federal Police officer?

    AFP Assistant Commissioner Hilda Sirec was one of the first investigators to access the MH17 crash site in eastern Ukraine 10 years ago today. It was Hilda’s police training and skillset as a bomb technician which was instrumental in the collection of evidence that formed a major part of the criminal investigation and ultimately the successful criminal trial.

    In this compelling BIG question episode Hilda shares her remarkable first-hand account of arriving at the MH17 crash site, and the challenges of working in an active conflict zone without conventional crime scene protocols. Hilda opens up about the enormous responsibility of finding the truth for the 298 victims and their families,  and the profound impact the disaster and investigation has had on her life. There is so much to learn from Hilda in this conversation about the importance of connection and expressing love to each other, as well as the need for perspective and self-care. 

    CONTENT WARNING:This episode contains content that may be distressing for some listeners. If content in this podcast causes you any distress, please contact Lifeline for support on 13 11 14

    LINKS:

    If you'd like to know more about the recovery mission and the investigation of MH17, listen to Search Among the Sunflowers HEREor wherever you get your podcasts.

    If you love what we do, why not follow the show, and rate and review on Appleor Spotify

    Is there someone you'd like to hear on the podcast? Send Jess your guest ideas here

    CREDITS:
    Host: Jessica Rowe
    Guest:Hilda Sirec  Assistant Commissioner, Southern Command
    Executive Producer: Nic McClure
    Audio Producer: Nat Marshall 
    Digital Content Producer: Zoe Panaretos

    The Jess Rowe Big Talk Showacknowledges the Gadigal people, Traditional Custodians of the land on which we recorded this podcast, and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders peoples here today.

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Tue, 16 Jul 2024
  • 151 - Captain Sandy ‘It wasn't until I got sober that I accepted it’

    Captain Sandy Yawn is a renowned Superyacht captain with over 30 years of international maritime experience, she’s also the series lead on TV’s Below Deck Mediterraneannow in its ninth season. There is so much to learn from Sandy in this episode, including the importance of being comfortable in your own skin.

    Sandy also answers a BIG question from fan Peter Overton, and shares her experience of staying true to herself on reality TV regardless of outside pressures.  Sandy and Jess also dig deep on her journey of sobriety and why its transformed her life beyond her wildest dreams, and wait until you hear how her incredible her love story with Leah Rae unfolded.

     

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    LINKS:

    Stream Captain Sandy in the brand new season of Below Deck Meditterraneanon Hayu now 

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    If you love what we do, why not follow the show, and rate and review on Appleor Spotify

    Is there someone you'd like to hear on the podcast? Send Jess your guest ideas here

    CREDITS:
    Host: Jessica Rowe
    Guest: Captain Sandy Yawn 
    Executive Producer: Nic McClure
    Audio Producer: Nat Marshall 
    Digital Content Producer: Zoe Panaretos 

    The Jess Rowe Big Talk Showacknowledges the Gadigal people, Traditional Custodians of the land on which we recorded this podcast, and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders peoples here today.

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Tue, 09 Jul 2024
  • 150 - Ant Middleton ‘I didn't know what the hell was going on’

    Special Forces soldier Ant Middleton is known for his no-nonsense role as Chief Officer on SAS Australia, he’s also a discipline and resilience mentor.  Ant is a big believer in stepping out of your comfort zone, something he's now putting into practice as he swaps his combat boots for dancing shoes in Dancing with the Stars.

    In this episode Jess and Ant dig deep on what scares him, the transformation that came from going to prison and taking accountability for his actions, and the incredible sacrifice his wife made for his life in the military. Ant also opens up about the surprising place he was able to finally express his emotions, how we can harness our own fear, and why we need to be brutally honest with ourselves.

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    LINKS:

    Catch Ant on Dancing with the Stars on Channel 7 and 7plus.

    If you enjoyed this episode we think you'll love Jess's chat with Firass Dirani 

    If you love what we do, why not follow the show, and rate and review on Appleor Spotify

    Is there someone you'd like to hear on the podcast? Send Jess your guest ideas here

    CREDITS:
    Host: Jessica Rowe
    Guest: Ant Middleton
    Executive Producer: Nic McClure
    Audio Producer: Nat Marshall 
    Digital Content Producer: Zoe Panaretos

    The Jess Rowe Big Talk Showacknowledges the Gadigal people, Traditional Custodians of the land on which we recorded this podcast, and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders peoples here today.

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Tue, 02 Jul 2024
  • 149 - Rachel House 'It's so paralyzing'

    Rachel House is one of New Zealand’s most highly regarded actors and directors, best known for her roles in Moana, Hunt for the Wilderpeople, Thor: Ragnarok, Whale Rider, and Heartbreak High. 

    In this episode Jess and Rachel dig deep on her early experiences with cultural assumptions and bullying, and how she's been able to overcome the self-doubt and imposter syndrome that often follows. Rachel also reveals the surprising place her passion for storytelling began, and why she believes its essential to bring us closer together and understand different perspectives. As you’ll hear in this conversation, Rachel has mastered the art of balancing confidence and humility, humour and depth, and might just be Jess’s new bestie!

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    LINKS:

    Catch Rachel's new flim The Mountaincinema locations here

    If you enjoyed this episode we think you'll love Jess's chat with Leah Purcell 

    If you love what we do, why not follow the show, and rate and review on Appleor Spotify

    Is there someone you'd like to hear on the podcast? Send Jess your guest ideas here

    CREDITS:
    Host: Jessica Rowe
    Guest: Rachel HouseNgāti Mutunga, Te Atiawa, Kāi Tahu
    Executive Producer: Nic McClure
    Audio Producer: Nat Marshall 
    Digital Content Producer: Amy Code 

    The Jess Rowe Big Talk Showacknowledges the Gadigal people, Traditional Custodians of the land on which we recorded this podcast, and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders peoples here today.

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Tue, 25 Jun 2024
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