Tracey Spicer’s The Good Girl Stripped Bare is a ‘full-frontal femoir’ by one of Australia’s best-loved journalists. Tracey’s frank and funny book follows her trajectory: from young ‘bogan’, to beloved television anchor, to being sacked after having a baby. That’s when Tracey shed her ‘good girl’ attitude and sued the network for pregnancy discrimination. Tracey attacks the structural barriers facing women in the workplace and encourages women to speak up. She joins Sarrah Le Marquand in a candid discussion.

Tracey Spicer (Australian)

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Tracey Spicer is the author of the frank and funny 'femoir', The Good Girl Stripped Bare. Over the past 30 years, the award-winning journalist has anchored national news, current affairs and lifestyle programs on Network Ten, Sky News, and ABC TV. She's also brought her sassy style to radio shows on 702 ABC Sydney and 2UE. The 49-year-old is a weekly columnist for Fairfax Media, TV presentation trainer at AFTRS, and co-founder of Women in Media, a national mentoring and networking initiative. Her TEDx Talk has been seen by almost 1.5 million people.

Sarrah Le Marquand (Australian)

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Sarrah Le Marquand got her first start in journalism on a magazine about daytime soaps (yes, seriously) and later joined The Daily Telegraph where she became features editor and opinion editor. She is a columnist and social commentator who is a weekly panellist on the Today show and a regular co-host of The Project. She is also the editor-in-chief of Stellar, the highest circulating magazine in Australia with a readership of 2.9 million.