Each week, sports writers Jane McManus and Julie DiCaro take a deep dive into issues surrounding women and sports, with lots of laughs along the way.
In the inaugural episode of The Ladies Room Sports Podcast, Julie and Jane welcome Jemele Hill to the show to discuss not sticking to sports, working like crazy during COVID, why the erasure of Black women's work matters, and if it's okay to still watch SVU.
In E2 of the show, Jane and Julie talk with living sports legend Andrea Kremer about sports media, being a woman in the world of sports, and give Andrea the amazing compliment of being "not a dog."
Also, you can view Andrea's debut on SNL here.
This week, Jane and Julie talk about why women using "Dr." is so galling to terrible men, why watching sports in a pandemic feels weird, and chat with all-around badass Martina Navratilova about tennis, the election, and her thoughts on transwomen competing against cis women in sports.
This week, Julie and Jane discuss Sen. Kelly Loeffler and the WNBA, internet trolls, and college kids playing in a pandemic. Katie Hnida, the first woman to kick in a Div. I men's football game back in 2003, joins them to chat about Sarah Fuller, women in football, and whether we'll see more women in the game someday.
Julie and Jane discuss the insurrection at the US Capitol and welcome WNBA superstar Sue Bird to discuss the league's social and racial activism, their role election of Rev. Raphael Warnock, and Sue drops a random Mean Girls quote to the delight of all.
This week, NFL on FOX sideline reporter extraordinaire Laura Okmin talks about the rigors of the job, inspiring young women, and the Nickelodeon game. Jane insults Julie's taste in Christmas movies.
In Episode 7, Jane and Julie dive into baseball culture and the Jared Porter harassment mess, the LSU sexual assault mess, and various other sports messes, including the fact that Eric Bienemy still doesn't have a job.
Hosts Jane McManus and Julie DiCaro welcome Mary Carillo, of NBC Sports and Real Sports, to the show to discuss whether or now we'll get an Olympics this year, how she's navigated covering sports during a pandemic, the Australian Open, and, most importantly, WHAT IT'S LIKE TO HOST WESTMINSTER AND THE NATIONAL DOG SHOW. So many good boys and girls. Julie and Jane break down the NFL playoffs and talk about looking at trans athletes from a different point of view.
This week, Julie and Jane welcome the first guy to the pod, as Chris Mosier stops by to discuss competing at a world-class level as a trans athlete, why there are so many laws targeting trans girls, and how cis people can be better allies. ALERT: We get stuff wrong in this episode, we struggle with pronouns and properly gendering trans athletes. We left it all in, as Chris gives us advice on what to do if you make a mistake with someone's pronouns.
Is the NFL doing enough to bring women into the fold? This week, Julie and Jane sit down with NFL Director of Football Development, Sam Rapoport. We also talk drunk Tom Brady, Football 101 clinics, and what's with everyone hating on The Weeknd?