Froomes Joins Nova With Podcast ‘Where Are All The Baby Pigeons?’

Froomes Joins Nova With Podcast ‘Where Are All The Baby Pigeons?’
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Lucinda Price (aka Froomes) is seeking to find answers to ther questions that randomly pop into your head in the early hours of the morning, or when you’re in a conversation with someone really boring.

You know, questions like: what do shoes hanging over a power line mean? Is my phone really listening to me? And, most importantly, where are all the baby pigeons?

Where Are All The Baby Pigeons?’ is the latest original Nova Podcast to launch on the Nova Entertainment Podcast Network from Thursday 10 June.

Every Thursday, Price will be joined by leading experts in their field, as well as sharing her own personal experience, to get to the bottom of some of life’s biggest mysteries in short, sharp episodes.

Price said, “Where Are All The Baby Pigeons? is a podcast tackling the tough questions. Are twins telepathic? Do women’s periods sync up? What’s it like to be a spy? I’m inviting everyone along with me as I try to find out.”

“I grew up listening to Nova so having a podcast on their network is a cool milestone. They’ve given me serious creative license with Where Are All The Baby Pigeons? and I can’t wait to set it free. Watch out Smallzy!”

Lucinda Price is a writer, presenter, recording artist and comedian and is one of Australia’s most exciting entertainers (she also MC’d the B&T 30 Under 30 awards!).  Best-known by her online moniker @frooomes, Price is also the CEO of FROOMESWORLD, an international one-woman business specialising in scripting, producing, presenting and editing original content.

She has created original podcasts including Waiting for a D8, No Chill and now Nova’s Where Are All The Baby Pigeons? and was previously ‘the face’ of Pedestrian.TV.

Known for her cheeky wit and ability to connect and build rapport with people from all walks of life, she’s as comfortable on a red carpet in a pair of Louboutin’s as she is in a two-dollar shop mullet at SEXPO.

Rachel Corbett, NOVA Entertainment’s Head of Podcasts and Digital Content said, “everyone loves a good old-fashioned investigation but who’s investigating those tiny, inconsequential mysteries that we think about at random moments?”

“We are! And we couldn’t think of a better person to don the Sherlock Holmes hat and whip out the magnifying glass than the super talented Froomes.”

Where Are All The Baby Pigeons? is the latest addition to the NOVA Entertainment Podcast Network (NEPN), which brings together the largest stable of accessible talent in the country, including much-loved identities, influencers and experts, to create a suite of quality podcast content that connects audiences and brands.

 

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