Three Wicked Women

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THREE WICKED WOMEN is an independent podcast from Berlin.

Three Wicked Women (Series One) is hosted by Australian Wahlberlinerinnen Megan Spencer and Samantha Wareing. Each episode expect seriously funny conversation, wicked guests and not-quite -right radio.

Three Wicked Women (Series One) includes 6 x one-hour episodes. Initially released fortnightly (between 1 June 1 and 8 August 2016),  3WW coincided with The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever, a global mass dance celebration of Kate Bush held in 19 countries on 16 July, 2016.

‘Series Two’ TBA!

Twitter: twitter.com/wickedwomenrad
Facebook: www.facebook.com/threewickedwomenradio
Email: hello@themeganspencer.com
(Please note that the 3WW podcast is no longer on Bandcamp.)

CREDITS:
Executive Producer: Megan Spencer
Story/Interview production by Megan Spencer & Samantha Wareing
Program Producer: Megan Spencer
Stings/Technical Production: Sam Wareing

Presenters: Megan Spencer & Samantha Wareing.
Regular guests: Oliver Budack (‘Gut Feeling’) & Amelia Jane Hunter (‘Commit No Nuisance’)
Theme: ‘Stolen Kisses’ by Wasp Summer
Drum stings: Oliver Budack
Technical set-up wizardry by James Tulczyn from Berlin Tour Support.
Huge thanks to our talented guests!

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© 2016 Megan Spencer. All rights reserved.

Feast yourself on Three Wicked Women

Did you know that convenient, tasty, bite-size pieces of the Three Wicked Women podcast are now online?

Now you can feast yourself silly!

 

 

 

Each individual interview from ‘Three Wicked Women’ Series I is now available for you to listen to on Soundcloud.

Ranging from 5 – 25 mins, there are 26 conversations in all with some of the most wicked women and wayward menfolk you’re ever likely to meet!

Hosted by Megan Spencer and Sam Wareing from the 3WW studio Berlin, they speak to singers, performers, artists, comedians, musicians, writers, composers, poets, foodies, sommeliers, social activists, Eurovision fans and more! […]

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Side 1, Track 6 – Music

EPISODE SIX

It’s the series final of Three Wicked Women! So Sam and Megan dedicate the entire episode to music, and ‘consciously couple’ with some amazing artists over their favorite passion.

Sam speaks to New Zealand-born, Berlin-based percussionist, conductor and composer Takumi Motokawa about the fine art of conducting and composing film scores, while Megan chats with innovative Berlin restaurateurs Bin-Lee Zauner and José Morillo from Korean-Spanish restaurant Kochu Karu. (They host opera degustation dinners!)

In ‘Commit No Nuisance’ 3WW regular Amelia Jane Hunter tells how music saved her life in the jungles of the Philippines (an incredible, […]

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Side 1, Track 5 – Art+Writing

EPISODE FIVE

How was your The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever?! Sam was in the thick of it and reports straight from Berlin’s spectacular #DayOfWuthering!

Episode Five of Three Wicked Women is all about art – and the art of writing. You’ll meet talented woman of words, Berlin-based, Australian poet, blogger and musician Cathoel Jorss, and Sam spotlights one of her favorite ‘spoken word’ artists and bands, David Creese and The Dumb Earth. You’ll hear great music from them all.

And our dear regulars Oliver Budack and Amelia Jane Hunter get seriously creative. In ‘Gut Feeling’ […]

Side 1, Track 4 – Kate Bush

EPISODE FOUR (aka “I Just Know That Something Good Is Gonna Happen”)

As we close in on The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever, Episode Four of 3WW is entirely devoted to the wicked woman who inspired this global event: KATE BUSH.

You’ll meet a bevvy of artist-fans whose lives have been touched by the most ‘wuthering’ of music icons.

Megan and Sam chat to Australian actress Fiona Martinelli about the two “K/Cates” in her life (Bush and Blanchett), and her new one-woman show, The Present Imperfect at the English Theatre Berlin; Australian singer/songwriter Jess Ribeiro explains the story behind KB’s […]

Side 1, Track 3 – Food

EPISODE THREE

Our third episode is stuffed FULL of delicious conversations about our favorite subject – FOOD! Sam travels to Tel Aviv with her Mum to meet hummus aficionado, Reut Miryam Cohen; Tal Shalev from ‘Conflict & Food in Berlin’ dishes on why she believes food has the power to facilitate conflict resolution; and punk-turned-social-entrepreneur Dario Adamic shares the story behind Berlin’s landmark Homeless Veggie Dinner.

Plus 3WW regulars: ‘Gut Feeling’ sees sommelier Oliver Budack jump into the döner van to pair one of Germany’s most loved wines with Berlin’s favorite sausage, and comedian Amelia Jane Hunter shares […]

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Side 1, Track 2 – Poetry

EPISODE TWO

Our second episode features interviews with New Zealand-born, Berlin-based poet, permaculturist and performer, Sandra Sarala and up-and-coming Australian cabaret artist Hannah Day.

Sommelier Oliver Budack returns with “freak food and wine matching” segment, ‘Gut Feeling’, while world-traveller-slash-and-burn-comedian Amelia Jane Hunter discusses two very different kinds of poetry in her regular spot, ‘Commit No Nuisance’.

Hear The Wickeds crunch and slurp their way through pickles n’ pilsner, wander through hidden fields of wonder (and stinging nettles), explore contemporary Berlin poetry and the haiku of ye olde novels written in text messaging verse.

Episode 2/6 (released June 14, 2016.)

MUSIC

“The Future” […]

Side 1, Track 1 – First Single

EPISODE ONE

Episode I features Donata Kramarz from Berlin-based, “magnetic” indie-pop duo Nosoyo, and regular segments ‘Gut Feeling’ with sommelier Oliver Budack and ‘Commit No Nuisance’ with comedian Amelia Jane Hunter.

Sam glitters up and visits the 60th Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm while Megan dips into true crime TV in Manchester with one of Australia’s funniest comedians…

Episode 1/6 (released June 1, 2016.)

MUSIC

‘6 or 7 Weeks’ by Nosoyo
‘Tender is the Automatic’ by Wasp Summer

(c) Megan Spencer 2016. Talk to us on Twitter | Facebook | Email

A thousand thank you’s to our wicked guests!

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