Angela Pippos is an award-winning journalist, presenter, documentary-maker, author and MC.

Her most recent documentary, THE RECORD, follows Australia’s dramatic Women’s T20 World Cup campaign, and the audacious bid to fill the MCG for the final on International Women’s Day 2020. The two-part series premiered globally on Amazon Prime in February 2021, and had a secondary release on ABC TV.

Angela has also co-written and produced two documentaries about the rise of women in Australian Rules football: LEAGUE OF HER OWN (Seven Network) and HEROES (ABC).

Angela writes regular columns about sport and culture for codesports.com.au and Footyology, and is a tireless campaigner for gender equality in sport and society. Now on its third reprint, her book, BREAKING THE MOULD – Taking a Hammer to Sexism in Sport (2017) provides a fascinating insight into the changing Australian sporting landscape, and challenges all of us to level the playing field. It was selected by the Grattan Institute for the ‘Prime Minister’s Summer Reading list’ and it made The Australia Institute’s ‘Essential Reading List’.

Angela is a regular contributor to ABC Radio and a co-host on Broad Radio – a live-streamed radio show by and for women.

She has an Honours degree in Politics from the University of Adelaide and a Journalism degree from the University of South Australia.

Angela anchored the sport segment on ABC TV News Victoria for a decade and has appeared on a number of television programs, including BEFORE THE GAME and THE PROJECT.

For more information contact:
Christine Zollo
Phone: 0434 534 871
Email: chriszollo71@gmail.com

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