No Filter has been around for 8 years this year, and just last week, we hit 50 million downloads. But only a few weeks ago, Mia was sure she wanted to quit hosting the show for good.
But instead, we’re shaking things up in 2023. And on this special bonus episode, Mia is joined by Executive Producer and Head of Podcasts, Lize Ratliff and host of The Quicky Claire Murphy to lift the lid on No Filter and give you, our listeners, a peek behind the scenes of Australia’s Number 1 interview podcast. From our first ever guest, to our favourite episodes, and the ones that brought us to tears, this is No Filter with absolutely no filter.
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With thanks to Elissa Ratliff and Claire Murphy.
The No Filter episodes mentioned in this podcast are:
At 30, Sophie Cachia Turned Her 'Perfect' Life Upside Down
When Sophie Cachia Fell Hard For A Woman
Everyone Needs a Friend Like Tracy Bevan
Debbie Malone is a Psychic Investigator
Jeni Has 2682 Personalities. This Is Her Story
Sophie Monk Says Don’t Sleep With Someone Too Soon
The Girl Who Fell From The Sky
David Gillespie Knows How to Spot a Psychopath
Olivia Newton-John Just Gets On With It
The Day Stuart Diver Decided To Live
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Host: Mia Freedman. You can find Mia on Instagram here and get her newsletter here.
Executive Producer: Elissa Ratliff
Producer: Emmeline Peterson
Audio Producer: Madeline Joannou
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