The Good Motherhood Podcast have had a glow and grow up - introducing GIRLS Overheard.
Girls Overheard with Ash Reid, Eilidh Wells and Lauren Kerr.
Wherever you are, whatever you are doing, these girls are here to be overheard anytime.
With a mix of real life girly chat, topical news & celebrity gossip these girls are real, relatable and share with you their life - not just as mums but as girls (never ladies!) navigating their way through life. They have even been known to have listeners laugh out loud in public with their comedy gold moments!
Website: www.thegoodmotherhoodpodcast.com (new website coming soon!)
Produced by TEN10 Podcasts (www.ten10podcasts.com)
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