Meet Chantel





 Chantel has returned to C91.3FM After a two year break and two children later.
She is excited about being back on the airways of C91.3fM

Tune in to her family-focused female inspired radio program each Saturday from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. 

After the birth of Chantel’s first child, she wanted to create a show focused on the fabulous women and inspiring mothers, offering support, food for thought and a network of resources for parents. 

Chantel shares her journey as a working Mum each week while interviewing experts in the fields of family, women and parenting as well as charities that change the lives of women around the globe.


“I wanted to create a program for all women. To answer all the questions you’re too afraid to ask and to challenge me to create a brighter tomorrow for my own children” said Chantel Ferguson

Meet inspiring women, who are making tomorrow better through their bravery, courage and attitude every single day.


Whether you are looking for something fun to do with your family each week or need tips for how to manage your kids when you are out, tune in to find out the latest kids entertainment, educational activities and parenting advice.

About Chantel Ferguson and C93.1FM
C91.3 FM hosts a program focused on Women and their biggest assets—their kids! This innovate show is the creation of C91.3 FM’s Chantel Ferguson. 
The radio program is live each Saturday from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m.  
You can catch up on anything you have missed and follow Chantel from her blog www.chantelpresentsonc913.blogspot.com

C91.3 is the voice of the Macarthur region. You can also listen live online at www.c913.com.au

MACARTHUR CHRONICLE 
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NOT long returned to work from maternity leave, C91.3 announcer Chantel has used her new status as “mum” to refocus her career.
The bubbly presenter has developed a Saturday morning show over the past six months which puts the spotlight on mums and families.
It’s groundbreaking radio for the region, if not Sydney, but for Chantel it’s a chance to celebrate and share who she is and what she believes in.
“I feel like I have more substance as a mum; I was pretty bland before that,” she says with a laugh.
“My daughter, Taylor Arabella, is absolutely beautiful. (And) I’m experiencing the joy of childhood through her eyes. Everything we do is wonderful and joyful.
“I’m also more diplomatic and patient.”
Chantel transferred that new-found perspective to her career. When she came back to work she lobbied to put together a show focusing on women and families.
She says she didn’t have to work too hard to convince the C91.3 bosses. “They said ‘fantastic, go for it’,” she said. Importantly, Chantel's show has developed the same substance she has found in motherhood. It informs and inspires but it also doesn’t shy away from more confrontational issues.
Last Saturday, she treaded new ground with an Australian-first interview with American woman Heidi Damon who survived a brutal sexual assault and attempted murder.
Damon had found Chantel's website where she is named as one of the women the announcer most admires. She contacted Chantel they developed a friendship and Damon offered to come on to the show.
It was only about six years ago that Chantel clinched a receptionist job at C91.3 with “absolutely no qualifications”.
She may not have had any qualifications but she was itching to get on air and had a steely determination.
“Determination? I sure have,” she said.






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They don't have time to make it.

Real Mothers know that their kitchen utensils
Are probably in the sandbox.

Real Mothers often have sticky floors,
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Real Mothers don't want to know what
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