Libbi Gorr is multi award winning radio and Tv Broadcaster, which makes her very happy given to date she merely boasts logie nominations and single Aria Acknowledgement. When the work is good you get noticed and Libbi has made an art form out of being noticed.
Whether is be her ground-breaking social satire documentaries and Elle McFeast, or being the First Woman on Australian TV to host her own tonight show (Live & Sweaty, McFeast) Libbi has always found a way to approach her subject matter with wit, lateral though and warm embracing humour.
Now, as a guest reporter for ANC TV’s flagship current affairs show 7.30, and producer presenter of the ABC Radio Melbourne Sunday program (Health and Wellness for the Chroncially Flawed yet Eternally Optimistic), Libbi has fashioned a unique role in the media landscape that plays to her eclectic and broad range of skills.
Whether she is talking to the Prime Minister or porn stars, troubled or business folk, Libbi employs wit and intelligence to tell an authentic, candid story with insight and intimacy.
As a content producer, Libbi creates broadcast events for the ABC (both radio and TV), including Radio Melbourne’s Comedy Debates; a Grand Final Conversation Piece, the International Women’s Day Comedy Debate 2017, 2018 IWD Comedy debate and the RN Local Radio and iView.
Libbi is also a member of the AFLW advisory committee and features as a columnist in the Sunday Age for her lateral sports thoughts.
As a speaker, host and facilitator Libbi can manage and conduct nights of entertainment and celebration, or in other areas, moderate conversation and discussion with gravitas, intelligence and insight. She brings a warmth and generosity and awareness factor to anything to which she turns her hand.
Author: Libbi is the author of two books “ the Bedtime Poem for Edible Children” and the “The A-Z of Mummy Manners: An Etiquette Guide for Dealing with other Children’s Mothers.” She is currently working on her third book for Bonnier Publishing.