Great podcasts for parents and carers

Looking for Kinderling Conversation? Our awesome show for parents and carers has had an exciting make-over!

You'll now find Kinderling Conversation under a brand new name, Feed Play Love.

While the show is no longer being played on the Kinderling Kids Radio airwaves you can still find brand new episodes and interviews under the new name wherever you get your podcasts.

Feed Play Love is a bite-sized parenting podcast that puts expert advice and real-life stories in your pocket and hosted by mum-of-two, Shevonne Hunt.

Finding time for yourself with young children is a challenge, so interviews are easily accessible with each segment kept short so time-poor parents can easily get what they need, no matter how little ‘me-time’ they have.

Episodes cover everything from practical tips on weaning and managing toddler tantrums, to keeping relationships strong. Feed Play Love is all about helping parents thrive, not just survive.

Find Feed Play Love wherever you find your podcasts.

Contact the show

SMS: 0437 665 200
Phone: 1800 543 772
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Catch up on the latest episodes

Wed 18 May 2016

29 mins
Featured the following interviews

Parenting with a friend instead of a lover

Matt Stegh always knew he wanted to be a dad, but he also knew he didn’t want to do it the conventional way. So, he found a friend. Fast forward…
15 mins

Should I give my child the flu vaccine?

You might be totally fine with giving your kids the standard 6-week, 6-month, 18-month and 4-year vaccinations. But how do you feel about the flu jab? Dr Margie Danchin
10 mins

Tue 17 May 2016

27 mins
Featured the following interviews

Why choose to be a foster carer?

Janet and Lisa are respite and emergency foster carers for Stretch-a-Family in Sydney. They often take kids when they are at their most vulnerable, but they say that it’s fun…
20 mins

What parents want from childcare this election

John Cherry is a Goodstart Learning Advocacy Manager. Goodstart surveyed over 3,500 parents about how they use and need childcare in their family. Hear what parents want from the Government's…
5 mins

Mon 16 May 2016

27 mins
Featured the following interviews

Making step families work

Deciding to join two families together when you re-couple can be a challenging process. Georgie Smart, Mum of 3, step-Mum to two, has managed. Georgie joins Julie Green
16 mins

Fri 13 May 2016

29 mins
Featured the following interviews

Fashion styling for new mums

The first few months of your baby’s life you don’t know whether you’re coming or going, but normally you’re doing it in a tracksuit or pyjama pants. Stylist Amelia McFarlane
14 mins

Angry Birds movie review

How does the crazy iPhone game translate into a kids movie? Shevonne and Jason Treuen, Kinderling’s online editor, took their kids along to see the new Angry Birds film. This…
7 mins

Thu 12 May 2016

32 mins
Featured the following interviews

Gayby Baby makers launch school toolkit for all families

Families come in all shapes and sizes and reflecting this diversity in classroom learning materials is important for students' well-being and development.  Charlotte Mars, producer of the documentary Gayby
13 mins

Exploring the economics of motherhood

An interesting chat about how mothers need to balance the economic benefits of work and the unpaid ‘labour of love’ that is caring for family Dr Meraiah Foley, 
18 mins

Wed 11 May 2016

36 mins
Featured the following interviews

Why disciplining kids isn't always about punishment

What does discipline mean to you? Julie Green, Executive Director of the Raising Children Network, believes it’s all about setting boundaries. Find out when to start drawing up your…
16 mins

Grappling with a violent past: one mum's story of the Vietnam War

Ruth Clare wasn’t a part of the Vietnam War, but a legacy of violence from the war her father fought in had a lasting impact on her life, as a…
17 mins