from our listeners.
Hi Ladies, Just wanted to say a job well done! Loving the show, though I mostly listen to it by podcast. Wonderful collection of interviewees and information to share with the ladies I teach Prenatal and Mums and Bubs yoga to in Murwillumbah and Cabarita beach. The interview with Dr Oscar Serrallach on postnatal depletion is an absolute favourite. I find myself directing other women working on postnatal mummies to his work and research. - Listener
It was such a clear and concise podcast! The information is well presented and I really like how in both part one and part two you insert voice clips that really add to what you are saying. This is so relevant for every single pregnant woman! Thank you! I have written a blog on my page and have included a link to part one and part two! Thank you for your wonderful podcasts! - Natalie
I loved your podcast - part one As Long as the Baby is Healthy. Just wondering when part two will be released?” - Listener
Thank you for the show today.. Dr Holly was great, loved what she had to say, it really resonated with me and was the perfect timing for me to hear a talk like this..x thanks again - Listener
Warmest wishes and deep gratitude for what you are creating. Esther McVicar
Just listened to this episode from Pregnancy Birth and Beyond Media Loved the resources pulled together and the message was clear. Its up to us the women, the families, the consumers to have the voice and initiate the changes to better outcomes for maternity care, especially continuity models. Highly recommend a listen to this! - Aly Kranz, The Circle of Birth podcast
PBB Media's radio program Pregnancy, Birth & Beyond has been announced FINALIST in the 2018 CBAA Community Radio Awards in the 'Excellence in Innovative Programming and Content' category! We thank our amazing and dedicated team of Producers/Presenters that keep showing up and brining to the table fresh, mind-opening, on-point, community-minded, non-sensationalist, courageous and inspiring content that aims to support the creation of better outcome for families and communities.
from our interviewees.
Powerful messages and inspiring conversations are spread in this radio show. Valuable information shared with our community, our country and even around the globe. So many inspiring people live in our country and their messages, stories and voices need to be heard. Knowledge need to be shared. The kind of information we need to make informed choices! A big thank you to the Pregnancy Birth and Beyond team for making this possible by breaking taboos and sharing so much needed wisdom around the globe! - Karin Lucia Gisler. Coming of Age & Menstrual Well-being.
We would be so pumped to be featured on a podcast we’ve been listening to religiously for months and more importantly, would really love to share some valuable insights with your listeners to help them navigate pregnancy & motherhood. - Bianca Sprague, CEO BeboMia, Canada.
Heli Murray, Group Facilitator, Byron Bay Pregnancy Support Group
As the facilitator for the Byron Bay Pregnancy Support Group for the last 13 years, and a local birth advocate and educator, perinatal counsellor and therapeutic mothers group practitioner, I wholeheartedly support the Pregnancy Birth and Beyond Radio Show on Bay FM. It is a wonderful resource for local women and families. It offers a forum to share empowering educational information, as well as a means of connecting community members. It is my hope that the Pregnancy Birth and Beyond Radio Show continues with all the support possible.”
Dr Howard Chilton
I support the Pregnancy Birth and Beyond Radio show as a resource for families preparing for birth. I have appeared on the programme on a number of occasions and applaud their efforts to educate on Pregnancy and the Newborn. I am available as a resource for the PBB Team to answer specialised questions in the future if requested.
Dr Howard Chilton
Bangalow Medical Centre
44 Granuaille Road
BANGALOW NSW 2478
Suite 16, Level 7 Prince of Wales Private Hospital
RANDWICK NSW 2031
Dr Oscar Serrallach, Author of The Postnatal Depletion Cure
Thank YOU for your work because people like you have really gotten me interested in this work (and seeing) there's communities, knowledge, databases. If it weren't for people like you this would have been a fleeting thing for me... Like for a lot of parents it's like "My God what was that tunnel I just went through" and then you just kind of get on with your life. So thank you for the work you do, and I think together we can make the world a better place.
Thanks Sally - you are doing a great job ab making information accessible to women and families. - Dr Kirsten Small, BMedSc, MBBS, OB/GYN
You are doing a fabulous job at getting information 'out there' for women and their families Sally! what an inspiration you are. - Carolyn Hastie, Practice Lecturer at Griffith University
The team behind this program have been very willing to further develop the presentation and production, taking on extensive feedback from the Community Radio Network to ensure a high standard of communication and accessibility. The subject matter is not covered by other CRN programming and presents a worthy alternative to the coverage of related subject matter by major media outlets. CRN is also pleased to be growing the amount of female-presented talks content and small station-originating content in the overall mix. - Martin Walters Manager of Community Radio Network, Australia
Dr Caroline Homer RM PhD, Distinguished Professor of Midwifery
Congratulations on the excellent story on maternity services on the Pregnancy Birth and Beyond Radio show. I was really pleased to be part of the interviews and believe that the show provided a really important community services informing women about the state of maternity care in Australia and highlighting what they need to do to make changes happen. I fully endorse the Pregnancy Birth and Beyond Radio show as a resource for families preparing for birth. I am available as a resource for the PBB Team to answer specialised questions if required.
Caroline Homer RM PhD
Distinguished Professor of Midwifery
Director: Centre for Midwifery, Child and Family Health
Director: Midwifery Studies
Associate Head: WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Development
Dr Jennifer Fenwick, Professor of Midwifery and Clinical Chair, Gold Coast University Hospital & Griffith University
My team and I collaborated with Sally from PBB Media to present PBB Talks: A Close Look at Informed Consent and PBB Talks: Waterbirth for VBAC at Gold Coast University Hospital in 2018.
PBB Media's involvement in this event presented an exciting opportunity for our organisation to reach out to the general public, maternity service users, and academic and professional colleagues from outside Griffith/GCUH.
As far as producing the event goes, for our part it was extremely easy. Sally and her team saw to all the details of programming, staging and marketing the event. And we were really happy to be a part of such an engaging, woman-centred community event.
I would recommend collaborating with the committed team at PBB Media to any organisation who wants to reach out further to their local community and wider audiences. Thank you PBB Media!
2017 CBAA Community Radio Awards
CBAA 2017 Community Radio Awards revealed! We are delighted to announce that we were a finalist for the 2017 CBAA Excellence in Digital Media award.
These national awards celebrate excellence in community broadcasting, recognising the achievements of stations, their programs, initiatives and individual contributors that increase their capability and improve the services offered to the community.
Find out more about CBAA and the awards here.