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Can U Not? Featuring Megan Tan


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Inspired by US podcasts like Women of the Hour and Call Your Girlfriend, Can U Not? is one of a new crop of Australian podcasts centred around entertaining and insightful critiques of pop culture – as young women experience and enjoy it. Hosts Brodie Lancaster and Kamna Muddagouni cover topics as broad as the merit of awards, celebrity Snaps, accessibility in art, various Kardashians spin-offs and ethnographic photography practices.

At the heart of the podcast is the question of how women interact with the world politically, culturally, socially, economically – something it shares in common with Megan Tan’s Millennial.

As a successful autobiographical podcast, Millennial is uniquely contemporary. Through three seasons, it’s followed Tan’s dilemmas about work and money, freelancing and burn-out, relationships and family, travel and cultural identity. As the series has developed, Tan’s focus has widened to explore how people in other cultures deal with the same questions.

For the Wheeler Centre, Lancaster and Muddagouni will record a special episode of Can U Not? with Tan as their featured guest. Join them for a discussion of coming of age, figuring yourself out and making things happen – in Australia and America.

Presented in partnership with Audiocraft.


Megan Tan

Megan Tan is the creator and host of Millennial, a Radiotopia/PRX podcast about coming of age – based in her closet in Portland, Maine. Before graduating from Western Kentucky University with a degree in photojournalism in 2014, she worked alongside WNYC’s Radiolab, ... Read more

Brodie Lancaster

Brodie Lancaster is an author and essayist from Melbourne. Her work has appeared in publications including the New York Times, Vogue Australia, the Guardian and New York magazine. Her first book, the pop culture memoir No Way! Okay, Fine, was published by Hachette in 2017, and she co-hosts th... Read more

Kamna Muddagouni

Kamna Muddagouni is a lawyer, writer, communications adviser and podcaster. Her writing explores pop culture, diaspora living, feminism and her experiences as a woman of colour. In 2016, she launched the podcast Can U Not? with gal pal Brodie Lancaster, which examines how her love for all things pop... Read more


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