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What Men Really Think About… Masculinity


Australia is famous for its blokey blokes and strong, silent types. But few men fit the lazy stereotype of being obsessed with beer, babes and balls. In ‘What Men Really Think About…’, we slide behind the stereotypes to take an honest, emotionally frank and often humorous look at the issues men face in contemporary Australia. Join us – and get to the meat of the matter – with our handpicked selection of high profile men, exploring a series of topics guaranteed to make you think, laugh … and cry.

Presented by Kim Farrant, with Joel Bowden, Jared Osborne and more.


Jared Osborne

Jared Osborne is a men’s work facilitator and embodiment therapist. He operates Elemental Wellbeing, a therapeutic business. Jared works with connecting men and women to the wisdom of their bodies to transform work, sex and relationship issues into inspiring ways of living. He is the one of the Fo... Read more

Joel Bowden

Joel Bowden played for the Richmond Tigers and has been president of the AFL Players Association.

Kim Farrant

Kim Farrant writes and directs drama, documentaries and commercials for film and TV. Kim’s work has screened and sold all over the world. Her credits include the TV drama series Rush, as well as the documentaries Naked on the Inside, The Secret Side of Me and Out of the Saddle. She is renowned for... Read more

Glynn Nicholas

Glynn is a director, comedian, guitarist, scriptwriter, songwriter and mime teacher. He is currently Chairman of Big hART – an award-winning Australian organisation, working to reengage marginalised communities and individuals through arts-based projects. Glynn Nicholas began his career as a s... Read more


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