Broadwave acknowledges that this event is taking place on the stolen lands of the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung peoples of the Kulin Nation. We acknowledge First Nations people as the traditional custodians of this country, whose cultures are among the oldest living cultures in human history. We pay respect to the Elders of these communities, past and present, and extend that to emerging community leaders. We recognise that sovereignty was never ceded and that colonisation is an ongoing process. It was, is, and always will be, Aboriginal land.
Broadwave and Tender are excited to announce our partnership for season 2, with Tender joining the roster on the Broadwave podcast network.
Join us for a live recording of the final episode of season 1 hosted by Tender presenter and producer Madison Griffiths. We’ll toast to season 1 of Tender and share a glimpse of what to expect in season 2.
Tender is the winner of the 2019 Frankie Good Stuff Awards for Writing and Podcasts. Writing and Podcasts Good Stuff Judge Benjamin Law says, “Tender isn’t just a timely and important story of abusive relationships, but a rare and necessary deep-dive into what happens in the aftermath. Madison reminds us recovery is a process and ongoing story – not just a simple ending – and offers the kind of deep, robust investigation at the heart of the best memoirs.”
+ Doors open at 6.00pm with the night kicking off at 7.00pm
+ Tickets are $5 on the door with NOTAFLOF
+ Loop Project Space & Bar is an accessible ground floor venue with a wheelchair accessible toilet.
+ This live podcast recording will be Auslan interpreted
Tender is a thoughtful podcast series about what happens when women leave abusive relationships. It follows one woman’s story as she slowly—but surely—gets to know herself again.
Tender is written, produced and hosted by Madison Griffiths, a writer, artist and poet whose work has been published in VICE, SBS, Overland, Daily Life, Meanjin, Kill Your Darling and more. She is also an online editor at literary youth journal, Voiceworks and the co-host (alongside comedian Lucinda Price) of pedestrian.tv’s mental health podcast, No Chill. Her work revolves predominantly around issues concerning women, mental illness, and race.
t. @tenderpodcast | w. www.tenderpodcast.tumblr.com
Broadwave is a curated network of Australian podcasts telling community-driven stories. Broadwave develops, nurtures and promotes emerging Australian podcasts and producers to provide a genuine, intelligent and considered alternative space for quality independent audio content.
t. @broadwavepods | w. www.broadwavepods.com/