Everything Angela Pippos does she does with passion and flair. Whether in front of the camera, a radio microphone or a live audience, Angela is always entertaining.
Angela 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 documentary premiered globally on Amazon Prime in February 2021, and had a secondary release on ABC TV. Angela co-wrote and co-produced the film.
Angela has written, directed and produced two documentaries about the rise of women in Australian Rules football: League of Her Own, which aired on the Seven Network, and Heroes, which screened on ABC TV.
Her next documentary idea is bubbling away.
Angela is a co-host on Broad Radio – a live-streamed radio show by and for women.
She also writes regular columns about sport and culture for a number of publications and is a tireless campaigner for gender equality in sport and society. In fact, her most recent book, Breaking The Mould – Taking a Hammer to Sexism in Sport made the Grattan Institute’s ‘Prime Minister’s Summer Reading list’, The Australia Institute’s ‘Essential Reading List’ and is on its third reprint.
Angela has an Honours degree in Politics from the University of Adelaide and a Journalism degree from the University of South Australia.
Angela is a proud ambassador of the Adelaide Crows.
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Angela was absolutely fantastic; I thought it was an exceptional event, really interesting to hear her perspective of the challenges of her male-dominated industry and how there were many parallels with some of the experiences that women at MMRA have had, even though on the surface, our industries are very different. The Q&A session at the end was a big highlight.