Debate: The most influential person of the last 100 years. Go.



When you talk about the most influential person in the last 100 or so years, the first that spring to mind are Gandhi, Nelson Mandela and Mother Teresa. Mainly for their work in bringing peace to a violent world.

However, there are a lot more reasons someone can be truly inspiring and influential. How about dedicating your life and wealth to eradicating a disease? Or giving women a positive identity? Or being the first to achieve something regardless of your race, gender or sexual orientation?

Our favourite Mamamia personalities get deep and meaningful over a beer at the Watsons Bay Hotel to figure it out.



Supported by Lion. 


Have a beer on us! 

The wonderful people at Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel are giving one lucky reader a $100 voucher. Comment below and let us know which one of life’s little problems you are going to solve over a beer with friends for your chance to win! ( sorry under 18-year-olds, your entries aren’t considered eligible – for obvious reasons.) 

Missed an episode? SEE more from our favourite Mamamia personalities here:

Episode 1 – Is social media making us anti social?
Episode 2 – Sharing your worst job.
Episode 3 – Are celebrities positive role models?
Episode 4 – Do you have to have a bad relationship before you can have a good one?
Episode 5 – Gen x Vs Gen y – which gen is better to work with?
Episode 6 – Can women & men be ‘just friends’?
Episode 7 – The impact that television has on us.