Next episode in 5 seconds...

K Shantel & Eternals

This week, we have the incredible K Shantel join us to discuss one of Marvel’s newest films, Eternals.

Eternals follows an ancient group of superheroes, who are tasked with destroying their evil counterparts – The Deviants. As always, there’s a few twists and turns – and the film seemingly sets up a new set of films in the MCU. We discuss Eternals because one of the main superheroes – Makkari – is Deaf and is played by Deaf actress, Lauren Ridloff.

Follow along with this episode to find out what Jason, Steph & K Shantel thought of the disability representation in Eternals.

More of this


The first episode of ‘ReFramed – Disability in Media’ introduces us to Jason Clymo (series host) and his co-hosts, Steph Dower and Robyn Lambird. Together they explain where this podcast series was born from, and why disability representation is so important.

View episode

Senator Jordon Steele-John

Jordon is a Greens Senator for Western Australia, and a passionate disability advocate that is working to implement policies that will create a more inclusive and accessible Australia.Joined by Steph and Jason, Jordon helps us analyse the film ‘Run’, starring Kiera Allen and Sarah Paulson.The film follows Chloe (played by Kiera Allen) as her relationship…

View episode

Catia Malaquias & The Witcher

This week, we are lucky enough to be joined by Catia Malaquias, as we discuss Netflix series The Witcher. The series follows a range of characters navigating a fantasy world of demons, magic, demon hunters, and (of course) politics. One of the key characters in the series – Yennefer – begins her journey as a…

View episode

CTV+ acknowledges the First Nations peoples of Australia, whose connection to country and living cultures began in time immemorial and helped shape our understanding of this land. We recognise sovereignty has never been ceded and affirm our commitment to advancing reconciliation.