Parenting

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
Helpline: helpline@theparentbrand.com.au
General show enquiries: feedplaylove@theparentbrand.com.au

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Catch up on the latest episodes

Fri 14 December 2018

28 mins
Featured the following interviews

The Parent Panel: Banning phones, Christmas traditions, placenta jewellery and parenting victories

Real Housewife Nicole O'Neil, (two daughters) and comedian Tommy Dean (one son, twin daughters) are a hilarious pairing in this episode of The Parent Panel Joining host Shevonne Hunt
27 mins

Thu 13 December 2018

34 mins
Featured the following interviews

The Fireside Project: A safe space for divorced dads to get support

We all experience grief differently, but divorce and separation creates feelings of loss and loneliness That’s what Matt Godfrey found when he separated from his partner and mother to his…
15 mins

Giving children culture and pride through picture books

Teah Mogae is a GP in Melbourne. Born in Botswana, she wants her son to have positive images of his colour and culture Unable to find picture books she decided…
10 mins

Wed 12 December 2018

31 mins
Featured the following interviews

Scapegoat: When bullying is happening inside a family

Ava Keyes has written a very unique picture book It’s about a goat (Scapegoat) who gets blamed for everything in his family. Ava explains why she felt it was a…
6 mins

Makeup tips and tricks that'll have you looking and feeling great

Bern Fisers has travelled the world doing the makeup of famous actors and musicians What she’s learnt is that looking and feeling great doesn’t have to cost the earth. It…
13 mins

The Red Wiggle on Christmas, the spirit of giving and his enduring love of opera

Simon Pryce could be described as the most Christmassy Wiggle. He is red after all Simon talks about the spirit of giving at Christmas, and the inspiration behind his story …
11 mins

Tue 11 December 2018

30 mins
Featured the following interviews

Maggie Dent: Helping little boys start school

Next year will be a big one for many, with sons starting school for the first time Much-loved parenting educator and author Maggie Dent drops into the studio to give…
15 mins

Dealing with loss at Christmas

While many people are excited about the silly season, it fills others with dread or sadness When a family has suffered loss – through death, separation or divorce, Christmas can…
18 mins

Mon 10 December 2018

30 mins
Featured the following interviews

Kinderling Helpline: Twin day-sleep, 3-year-old toilet training, road trips, weaning and more

With over 30 years experience helping families all over Australia, Mothercraft nurse Chris Minogue takes your parenting questions From the dreaded sleep regressions to tummy time, breastfeeding tips, sibling rivalry…
30 mins

Fri 7 December 2018

30 mins
Featured the following interviews

The Parent Panel: Is the chaos of the silly season really worth it?

Keeping on top of the news and gossip of the week is a task that us parents often don't have time for, which is why there's The Parent Panel In…
28 mins