Comedian, Director and Broadcaster.
Nyoongar, Kurnai and Gunditjmara.
Shiralee Hood is back at 3CR on the airwaves with a new program called Second Thoughts.
Second Thoughts is a radio program that creates a space to review, and contemplate, subjects you may not have thought about enough. It’s a chance to sit back for an hour in the week to indulge in a topic, and reflect on your second thoughts.
Second Thoughts will present entertainment and music around a different theme each week to inspire our collective conscience.
“There are so many topics and subjects out there that we have not discussed in full,” Hood says.
“Our time is taken up by our first thought priorities. This program offers people the chance to look at universal, environmental and community issues that are always at the back of our mind.”
What are your thoughts on homelessness, equal rights, employment, fast food, Botox, education and technology? These are a few subjects that will be unleashed in Second Thoughts.
Shiralee first got involved with 3CR in 2006 with her program Good Job, an exploration of Aboriginal people in the workforce. She has worked as a co-presenter for twelve years on the annual NAIDOC week live broadcast special, Beyond the Bars, and has also conducted radio training courses at 3CR.
So make sure you tune into Second Thoughts on Mondays from 1-2pm on 3CR.