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The Made of Human Podcast, also called MohPod, is about connection. I sit down with a lovely person and we talk about life. I want to find out how to cope with being an adult person. I want to find out how to deal with all of the confusing bits of life. All of the hurtful bits of life. I want to sit, for just an hour, with a great person and learn from them. And - if they have no idea how to 'adult', then that will be absolutely okay - at least we will have an hour of feeling like we're not the only ones in the world.

May 23, 2018

Sofie and Melbourne-based comedian, actor and writer Celia Pacquola talk about labels, the #metoo movement, outing shitty comedians, the fear of stereotyping, skewed perceptions, pandering, projection and hate, putting whammies in your shows, obligation and people-pleasing, rooting your self-worth in work, escape plans,...


May 16, 2018

Sofie and Melbourne-based fat activist, personal style fashion blogger and web developer Kobi Jae talk about the deeper meaning behind swapping clothes, downplaying fatness, the word 'plus-size', the co-opting of body positivity, penny-drop moments, dashed Musical Theatre dreams, Amanda Palmer and flying in the face of...


May 9, 2018

Sofie and Melbourne-based comedian Geraldine Hickey talk about being content, pita bread and banana sandwiches, running your own race, women playing Aussie Rules, Nauru and refugees, spending a week in a psychiatric unit, how coming out stepped up her comedy and identifying triggers in mental health.

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Apr 18, 2018

Sofie and American stand-up comedian Kate Willett talk about the expectation of happiness, depression and anxiety, becoming self-compassionate, meditation, using the road to avoid putting down roots, comedy and connection, love and sex, the Tinder sprint, a possible future political run and the Trumpiness of Trump.


Mar 7, 2018

Sofie talks to comedian Judi Love about a very bad 2 weeks, social media, going to comedy school, being a single Mum, the black comedy circuit, leadership, being funny as a means of survival, making people happy, the ‘strong black woman’ and emotional wellbeing, going back to Uni, success, not segregating racists,...