The Hear and Now episode 4: Work boundaries and women’s safety with Natalie Greener, Tits Upon Tyne

Updated: Jul 4

This episode, Liv is joined by young powerhouse Natalie Greener, who at just 21 years old is the director and founder of Tits Upon Tyne. Born in 2018 as a way to raise money for breast cancer, the organisation has since flourished into a platform for journalism, an organiser of live events, and an advocate for calling out feminist issues in the music industry. In their chat, Nat talks to Liv about blurred boundaries between a work life and social life in the music industry, and what we need to be doing to ensure the safety of women and young people at live events.





"In the 4th ep of The Hear And Now pod, Liv chats to Natalie Greener, founder of @titsupontyne - an organisation working towards making the music industry a safer space for women. Listen here : https://linktr.ee/thehearandnow & join i[n] the convo! #musicindustry"

Transmission Roundhouse [Twitter]


"We did it again! thank you thank you @ApplePodcasts a second feature is truly an enormous pat on the back. Thank you to @agreenerfest @LexOnTheDecks @attitudetweets @titsupontyne for your time and insight, and to @transmission_rh for the continued support"

Liv Cowle, 11:49 PM · Jun 2, 2021·Twitter




"New episode alert! This time I’m joined by Natalie Greener, founder of the one and only @titsupontyne(what a name, eh?) Nat and I talk about women’s safety at live events, and about calling out abuse in the industry. Link in bio #titsupontyne#thehearandnowpod"

Liv Cowle,8:05 PM · Jun 2, 2021 [Twitter]







#wim #podcast #womeninmusic #titsupontyne #newcastle #thehearandnow #music