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We are currently on hiatus! 

After an amazing first season, we are taking the time to reflect and revamp our show. We are becoming more investigative and interview based, and we have some incredible women and non-binary guests lined up.

Season two will be bigger, bolder and better than ever – can’t wait to see you there! Follow us on instagram for updates @badbehaviorpodcast


Nikila and Rosalind want to change the world. So join them and the pioneering women who inspire their “Bad” Behavior

Each week we examine a social question by chatting to women (and non-binary guests) from across the globe who exhibit “Bad” behavior – our subversive term for challenging stereotypes or social norms. 

Co-hosts Nikila, Rosalind and their irascible editor Namcheja are on a whirlwind adventure to learn, grow and become some “Bad” ass ladies. 

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You can subscribe to the “Bad” Behavior Podcast on Spotify, iTunes, Sticher and all your favourite podcast streaming platforms.  

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Check out our shownotes below for more information, useful links and behind the scenes fun!


Check out the show-notes for each episode including bios and links for our guests, background information, photos and more. 

Our team

Our small team represents four continents, and our hosts are proud queer women


Based in Melbourne, co-host Rosalind is an Irish/Australian singer/songwriter and environmental activist. Rosalind makes rock music with folk roots and has her debut EP coming mid-2019. 

Check out her instagram and her website

Nikila Cranage

Based in New York, co-host Nikila Cranage is an American/Australian poet and writer, passionate about theatre for social change, with a deep desire to explore the unknown. 

Check out her instagram @nikilalouisepoetry for new work and updates. 

Namcheja Maghembe

Based in Dar es Salaam, our editor Namcheja Maghembe is a Tanzanian podcast expert who is passionate about world politics and holds Masters of Journalism and Communications.

Contact Us

We love hearing from our listeners! Let us know your questions, ideas and “bad” behavior stories!


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