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Comedians Guy Montgomery and Tim Batt review a movie once a week, every week, for a year. Year one: Grown Ups 2. Year two: Sex and The City 2. Year Three: We Are Your Friends. A podcast host by two boiz who have more commitment than talent.
 
Fletch, Vaughan and Megan every week day across New Zealand from 6am – 10am. Listen in for the best music, biggest celebs, latest gossip and a bit of a laugh..
 
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RNZ: Mediawatch
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Mediawatch looks critically at the New Zealand media - television, radio, newspapers and magazines as well as the 'new' electronic media.
 
The latest business news from RNZ News.
 
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RNZ: Nine To Noon
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From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
 
All new in 2017 - the Ben, the bald and the beautiful. Jono, Ben and Sharyn, weekdays 3-7pm.
 
A weekly analysis of significant political issues.
 
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RNZ: Insight
Weekly
 
A weekly investigative documentary exploring what is happening in New Zealand and to New Zealanders here and overseas.
 
RNZ's review of news from the last 7 days.
 
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Cooking the Books
Weekly
 
Each week the New Zealand Herald and Newstalk ZB's Cooking the Books tackles a different money problem. Hosted by Frances Cook.
 
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All Blacks Podcast
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The official podcast from New Zealand rugby - featuring interviews with some of the biggest and most influential names in New Zealand and global rugby.
 
Our commentators make sense of the week in politics
 
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Business Is Boring
Weekly
 
Host Simon Pound talks to some of New Zealand's most exciting innovators in an effort to prove that business isn't boring.
 
Listen to the latest NBR interviews, debates and panel discussions on demand, giving you context and the chance to hear what goes on behind-the-scenes.
 
New Zealand's podcast that inspires and challenges those in business and leadership. Hear from numerous top NZ leaders and entrepreneurs including Rod Drury, Sir Stephen Tindall, Sir Michael Hill, Sir Graham Henry, Mike Bennetts, Andy Hamilton and many more.
 
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Q+A
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NZ's leading politics programme. Sundays 9.30pm TVNZ 1. #nzqanda is made with the support of NZ On Air. This is the home of our Podcasts.
 
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Classic NBL Podcast
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Hosted by Niall Anderson and Sam Garriock, the Classic NBL Podcast from the NZ Herald delivers all the information, news, analysis and classic moments from the New Zealand NBL.
 
This is an NBA podcast that has almost nothing to do with advanced analytics. Guy came up with the name an claimed it would be quote "crack up”. It was not. Guy and Paul are brothers and aim to dissect the NBA from every angle, every week. The key word in that sentence is “aim”. One laugh per episode guaranteed. No refunds.
 
Are you an Entrepreneur, NZ importer or exporter and want to avoid costly mistakes, save time & money? Then make sure you subscribe to this weekly podcast now. You will get insider knowledge and simple tactics to improve your business through real-world examples.We discuss things like "4 Ways an Overseas Supplier Will Cost You" and "True Price to Import 20ft Container to NZ - and How to Save Money". This is the only New Zealand podcast for business owners that import or export.
 
Established in 1987, the New Zealand Cricket Museum is located in the historic Museum Stand at Wellington's iconic Basin Reserve. Here we present two special features: From The Archive, with highlights from our collection, and Last Over With Erin, a series of interviews with former-New Zealand players from Erin Campbell.
 
Bryan Waddle, Jeremy Coney and the Radio Sport cricket team wrap the latest Blackcaps cricket clash.
 
At the Coalface is hosted by Jason Greenwood and covers all things digital, social media, business & marketing related. Jason has worked in the digital space for over 15 years and is based in Auckland, New Zealand.
 
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The Government this week formally announced the Royal Commission into abuse in state care, including that it will be expanded to include faith-based institutions. Our Deputy Political Editor, Chris Bramwell, takes a look at the terms of reference, talks an abuse survivor and to Bravehearts - an organisation closely involved with the Australian ...…
 
A review of the week's news including... The mother of one of the 29 who died in the Pike River Mine is flawed by the announcement that that the mine entry aims to recover bodies, industrial action is causing major disruption in the courts, the Education Ministry's international recruitment drive appears to have headed off a looming teacher sho ...…
 
News from the business sector, including a market report.
 
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Belinda Stanley of Craigs Investment Partners.
 
The generation gap is an outdated stereotype according to a recent survey, which has found young and old employees getting on well in the workplace.
 
The Accident Compensation Corporation has invested in the New Zealand-based U.S orbital launch company, Rocket Lab.
 
Transport companies are suffering under the mounting cost of doing business in New Zealand.
 
The manufacturing sector is the most upbeat it's been for six months.
 
Justine Smith and Gemma Gracewood have a laugh at some of the lighter stories which have surfaced this week.
 
Sports commentator Brendan Telfer talks rugby and more rugby!. The women's rugby world Cup is coming to NZ in 2021, Tana Umaga is out as the Blues coach for next year, but rehired as their defence coach and it appears the Rugby World Championship title, if not the Rugby World Cup is on the line in Dublin on Sunday morning, when the two top rank ...…
 
Teenage Brisbane trio The Goon Sax are back with their second album, We're Not Talking, which sends Grant Smithies spinning straight back to his own spotty adolescence. We also hear key tracks from Che Fu's freshly reissued second album Navigator and a 40 year old classic from current NZ tourist David Byrne and his former band, Talking Heads.…
 
Jessie Bray Sharpin reviews Women Talking by Miriam Toews, which is published by Faber.
 
British historian and novelist Jennifer Potter's new book The Jamestown Brides tells the story of fifty-six English women shipped crossed the Atlantic to Jamestown in 1621, in response to the Virginia Company of London's call for 'young and uncorrupt maydes' to marry the tobacco planters of its fifteen year-old colony. Also a horticultural hist ...…
 
Pacific correspondent Johnny Blades reports on the Pacific headlines including the Fiji election which Frank Bainimarama appears to have won, and Papua New Guinea is hosting APEC this weekend.
 
Augmented reality has the potential to change the way people live and work - but there are significant challenges to overcome before the technology is used in everyday life. Computer scientist Stefanie Zollman is grappling with these issues at the University of Otago. She has just been awarded a L'Oreal-UNESCO For Women in Science Fellowship in ...…
 
Megan Vomited Christmas all over Fletch's house, Indie won $50 and when did your Mum ruin your dating life?
 
When more homes are needed, what is the best way to create communities and towns from scratch? Auranga development south of Auckland is what is known as a "master-planned" community. It'll have 3000 homes with a village centre, retirement village and schools. Tim Stonor from Space Syntax has been working with Auckland Council and the developers ...…
 
UK Prime Minister Theresa May is fighting to keep the draft divorce deal with the European Union alive as her Brexit secretary and other ministers quit in protest. Members of her own party are calling for her to stand down and EU leaders dismiss talk of renegotiating the deal and warned the UK's uncertain political situation could make a "no-de ...…
 
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
 
Twas the morn before Christmas And all through Tim's flat Nobody was home And he was down with that. He drunk beer after beer while he watched Grown Ups 2 While his friend Guy Montgomery was watching it too But alas, the lads were apart for their viewing this week And over Skype, using computers, did the boys online speak. And Tim had had beers ...…
 
News from the business sector, including a market report.
 
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
 
In this week’s Business Podcast Corin Dann talks to Geoff Marsland, of Havana coffee fame. The coffee importer talks business and the new Tanna Havana coffee bean grown in Vanuatu, and about bringing this boutique coffee to the world stage.
 
News from the business sector, including a market report.
 
On today's show its a shambles because Sharyn is away... There is at least one 'F-Bomb'... See if you can spot it.
 
Fourteen years after launching “the new voice of talk radio” MediaWorks will silence Radio Live and jobs look set to go as a classic hits station takes over. Mediawatch looks at why and what might replace it.
 
Big week! Jimmy Butler has been traded, KD and Draymond got mad at eachother and the Magic put 30 on the Knicks. Guy fleshes oiut his 'State of Origin' idea and Paul's microphone is too loud.
 
Business is Boring is a weekly podcast series presented by The Spinoff in association with Callaghan Innovation. Host Simon Pound speaks with innovators and commentators focused on the future of New Zealand, with the interview available as both audio and a transcribed excerpt. This week he talks to CEO of EzyVet Hadleigh Bognuda. The move to th ...…
 
The digital electricity company, Electric Kiwi, has topped the list of the fastest growting 50 companies by the consultancy, Deloitte.
 
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Melika King from Craigs Investment Partners.
 
The New Zealand dollar has broken the 68-U.S cent mark, after Brexit saw a glimmer of hope.
 
The technology company, Rakon has posted an improved half-year profit, with a positive outlook in its core business.
 
A major fall in oil prices overseas has dropped the price of fuel here, sweetening the industry's outlook for the end of the year.
 
The fishing company, Sanford, says its full-year result is down on expectations, mainly due to the impacts of climate change.
 
TV reviewer Lara Strongman has been watching the NZ version of the international hit, Gogglebox on TV3. She's also cast her eye over Netflix shows, The Sinner and Toast of London.
 
Nurturing and stimulating your baby's potential in the first year - Nicola Woollaston has excellent practical tips, particularly for first time parents. The mother of four is a trained early childhood teacher, the team leader of Starship hospital's play specialists and the author of Nurturing your baby's potential - (from birth to 12 months). S ...…
 
Tech commentator, Sarah Putt, has details of a study into what it is like to live without broadband. She also details on the amazing growth of Uber Eats - could it outstrip Uber? And a fight is continue to boil between President Trump and Amazon.
 
Jane Westaway reviews Aftershocks by A.N. Wilson, which is published by Atlantic.
 
The story behind Pacific Films and its idiosyncratic producer, John O'Shea (1920-2001) is one of grit, determination and a belief that New Zealand needed a homegrown screen industry. Filmmaker and writer John Reid has researched and written a comprehensive history of the early days of New Zealand's screen community. In Whatever It Takes: Pacifi ...…
 
British Prime Minister Theresa May has won the backing of her senior ministers for a draft European Union divorce deal more than two years after the UK voted to leave the EU- but she faces more battles ahead. Having won over her divided cabinet, she now faces the ordeal of trying to push her deal through a vote in the British parliament. UK cor ...…
 
Megan and Andrew have matching outfits tonight for the Music Awards, Today In NCEA and your most expensive small crash.
 
How is New Zealand's drug trade being affected by the influence of the dark web? A team at Massey University led by Associate Professor Chris Wilkins will investigate the role that the anonymous deep web is having on New Zealand's illegal drug trade. The team will use web-crawlers to find out the volume and how much people pay for illegal drugs ...…
 
The Ministry of Education says three-thousand overseas teachers have applied to work in New Zealand from several countries including the UK, Canada and South Africa. The Ministry launched a recruitment drive last month after predictions primary and secondary schools would be 850 teachers short at the start of the new school year in 2019. Will t ...…
 
Guy and Tim attempt a new method of 'reverse-advertising', Paddy Shwartz has a new name! Most importantly however, Tim has drunken entirely too much gin the night prior and is suffering the consequences. Chris Rock is on form with his PR blitz and the lads are following the wake. Tim gets punchy. There's also an ocelot guitar solo. Enjoy!…
 
News from the business sector, including a market report.
 
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
 
Mediawatch Midweek is our weekly catch-up with Lately. This week Jeremy chats to Karyn about five years of First World War commemoration coverage and asks why some critical stories barely rated a mention.
 
On today's show we settle the great sausage debate and we hear all about the times you cried in front of celebs!
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has a series of bilateral meetings today with the leaders of Myanmar, China, Thailand and Australia, culminating tonight with a meeting with US Vice President Mike Pence, at his request, at a leaders' dinner. RNZ Business Editor Gyles Beckford has the details.
 
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