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Audio & Video Interviews


Love Soul 

Presented by multi-award-winning TV host, author and TED talker, Phyllis Foundis, Love Soul is Eastside’s weekend wind-down, promising you sonic flirtations with…

…Motown supernovas, Stevie, Smokey and Lionel… soul royalty Billie, Duke, Nat, Sam, Marvin and Charlie P… from The Isley Brothers, Earth, Wind and Fire, the G.A.P band, The Jacksons and the Sweet Sounds of Blackness to the high octane stylings of Whitney, Aretha, Kashif, Jodeci, Stokely, Quincy, Chaka, Luther and Prince.

So, if you’re a lover of stories from the heart and soul in all its R&B funk flavours, prepare to fall for Love Soul, new in 2022 and only on Eastside FM.

We’re soul ready – are you?

Freedom Fire Podcast: Episode #60

The Healing Process with Faith Agugu

Our experiences at every stage of the journey called life makes us who we are.


In this episode, Faith Agugu founder of The Healing Process, joins me as we unpack her journey as model, fashionista, coach and therapist.


We also dive into her anti racism work, how to show up authentically, finding an identity, understanding adaptive self, how we can support each other and much more.

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Tools and Practises for

Managing Stress During Covid-19

Kathryn Toohey and Faith Agugu beamed into the GlobalWoman FaceBook page using Zoom to talk practices and tools to manage anxiety in the time of Covid 19.


Click play to watch.

Wise Woman Conversations with Angela Counsel:

Racial Acceptance and Love with Faith Agugu

In this week's episode of Wise Women Conversations I chat with Faith Agugu who is the creator of a fantastic event for mid-life women called Silver Sirens. Faith invited me along to her last event and it was fantastic to see such a great line up of women who are in mid-life sharing their stories and wisdom.

Faith has a special interest in the mental health in African and Australian aboriginal communities and in this conversation we also touch on a very important topic and Faith shares how she got involved with an organisation called GMAR (Grandmothers Against Removals). The removal of children from aboriginal families and communities is something that needs to be changed. Even if it is deemed that it is unsafe for a child to stay with their family, the first option should be to find someone else in the community to look after this child and this is not happening. As a racial wellness coach this topic is very close to Faith's heart.

Have a listen to this conversation and learn more about Faith and Aunty Hazel.

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Unclassified Woman Podcast: Episode #58

The Healing Process with Faith Agugu

Welcome to today's episode of Unclassified Woman. Today I have the pleasure of talking to Faith Agugu.

Do you ever wish you had a crystal ball that could show you the future? Often the decisions we make today might be different if we knew what was around the bend for us. Finding real peace, though, means coming to terms with the past, including the decisions we’ve made and the way those circumstances have grown us into who we’ve become today. My guest bares it all to share her story and how it didn’t quite turn out like she had expected. In spite of it all, she is thankful for the path she’s taken and the impact she can have on other women in the world.

After 25 years in the fashion industry, and approaching her 50th birthday, Faith felt the call to return to helping others and took time out to study for a bachelor’s degree in social science, majoring in counselling. Faith launched her new business, The Healing Process, where she offers counselling, energy healing, and mindfulness coaching to women tackling the challenges of mid-life. She also runs regular workshops to assist her clients to work through issues of self-esteem, relationships, and addiction.

Listen to the podcast then learn more about Faith's journey.

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