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
General show enquiries:


Catch up on the latest episodes

Wed 10 June 2015

53 mins
Featured the following interviews


Everything you need to know about young children and croup. Find out how it's contracted, what it sounds like and how it's treated GUEST: Dr Jonny Taitz, Paediatrician WEBSITE: Dr…
7 mins

Tue 9 June 2015

49 mins
Featured the following interviews

Get involved in your local community garden

Community gardens with worm farms, compost heaps, herb gardens, fruit and veggies are a fantastic alternative if you don’t have a huge garden at home. Especially, if you and your family…
10 mins

Empowering children to protect themselves

Hear how the Bravehearts program helps educate, empower and protect children from sexual assault. They have an education program delivered to children in schools and daycare centres around Australia GUEST: Sharon…
12 mins

The most important meal of the day

Foodbank is an Australian organisation ensuring that kids don't start their day hungry. They are a go between for the food industry’s surplus food and the welfare sector’s need. Each month, Foodbank…
9 mins

Dealing with a breast cancer scare

Nadia McCallum wants parents to understand why it's so important to go for those regular health check ups, after she came across a lump in her breast the size of…
16 mins

Fri 5 June 2015

52 mins
Featured the following interviews

Relationships after a new baby

Having a child can completely change a couple's relationship dynamic, especially in the first twelve months after bringing bub home. In this eposide we talk about the emotional and physical…
18 mins

Encouraging healthy app use

There are millions of apps on the market made just for kids.  With all the choices available, how do you recognise the good from the bad and ensure that your…
12 mins

The best books about pirates

Argh Aaarrrggh me hearties! What treasure do you seek this week?  Hold on to your pirate hat! This episode is all about swashbuckling pirates in honour of Talk Like a
11 mins

Time Out's school holiday fun

With school holidays fast approaching, Emma Joyce from Time Out Magazine, gives us her top family events and activities for the holidays.  The Very Hungry Caterpillar Disney on Ice: Dare…
9 mins

Thu 4 June 2015

50 mins
Featured the following interviews

Kidspot highlights: Mum I’m sorry! Don’t touch me! Vaccination objectors dropping

Parenting and lifestyle editor at drops by to talk about the most popular posts on This week those topics include discovering a new affinity with your mum after…
11 mins

Snow holidays with kids

This weekend marks the beginning of the Australian snow season, so get your mitts on and find out how to make your trip away a fun, safe and successful one…
9 mins

The right to choose religious or ethical education at school

What role does education have in teaching our children moral and spiritual lessons? And who determines what form these lessons will take? In NSW there is pressure to remove the…
17 mins

Wed 3 June 2015

54 mins
Featured the following interviews

What to look for when hiring a nanny

Employing a nanny to care for your child can save the hassles of long child care waiting lists, high costs for more than one child in care and after hours…
13 mins

Anxiety in children

Children can suffer from anxiety just like adults. In this episode we discuss how to recognise the emotional and behavioural signs of anxiety in your child and strategies for parents…
18 mins

Baby Love author Robin Barker

Author of the famous Baby Love book and parentcraft nurse, Robin Barker, has over 30 years of experience providing help and advice to parents about everything from breastfeeding and crying…
15 mins

Tue 2 June 2015

52 mins
Featured the following interviews

Child care methods around the world

Do you ever wonder how other cultures teach their children? Or how we rate, in Australia, in our approach to early learning? In the June issue of Child Magazine, they…
18 mins

Off to big school

Zoe Meunier is a mother to two young children and runs the fabulous blog, Adventures in Domesticity. She writes about everything from adventures in self maintenance and parenting to adventures/failures…
16 mins

Nursery tips

Baby number one is on it’s way… or possibly baby number two. You have an empty room that needs to be set up for when you bring them home. What are the…
8 mins