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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.
 
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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.
 
BEYONCÉ LOVED THIS PODCAST! Two guys, a girl, and a pretty weird radio show! Join Jono, Ben and Sharyn for your daily dose of celeb interviews, banter, scandal, lols and all round randomness. DISCLAIMER: Beyoncé has never heard this podcast ... we were just trying to get your attention.
 
The latest business news from RNZ News.
 
A weekly analysis of significant political issues.
 
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RNZ: Insight
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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
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Each week the New Zealand Herald and Newstalk ZB's Cooking the Books tackles a different money problem. Hosted by Frances Cook.
 
Our commentators make sense of the week in politics
 
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Business Is Boring
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Host Simon Pound talks to some of New Zealand's most exciting innovators in an effort to prove that business isn't boring.
 
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All Blacks Podcast
Monthly
 
The official podcast from New Zealand rugby - featuring interviews with some of the biggest and most influential names in New Zealand and global rugby.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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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.
 
Bryan Waddle, Jeremy Coney and the Radio Sport cricket team wrap the latest Blackcaps cricket clash.
 
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.
 
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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News from the business sector, including a market report.
 
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
 
On today's show Shaz helps you figure out what your dreams mean and we chat to John Aiken from MAFS Australia!! Support the show.
 
In this week’s Business Podcast – Corin Dann talks with Sir Michael Cullen, about why he thinks New Zealand should consider taxing capital gains on things like investment properties, business assets and farms.
 
News from the business sector, including a market report.
 
Radio Sport Cricket commentators Bryan Waddle and Jeremy Coney give their thoughts on who should be included in the Blackcaps squad to play in this year's Cricket World Cup.LISTEN TO THE PODCAST ABOVE
 
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 Angus Brown from Arepa. There are a fair few f ...…
 
The number of bankruptcies is at its lowest level in 18 years.
 
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Angus Marks of FNZC.
 
Kiwibank sees a plan to change the way some banks calculate risk as working in its favour.
 
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare has settled its long running legal battle over patents with US rival , ResMed.
 
Further price hikes are on the way for New Zealand Post customers as it tries to build a sustainable letter delivery business amid falling numbers.
 
The final report of the Tax Working Group is recommending a broad extension of the taxing of capital gains.
 
Parenting expert Joseph Driessen is with us to talk about those kids that are prone to being impulsive, chaotic, forgetful and inattentive. Parents can make a bit difference in using a set of skills to coach their children to develop their executive skills.
 
Sir Michael Cullen, chair of the Tax Working Group on the highly anticipated final report into how to improve our tax system. The changes would be the biggest shake-up to the tax system since GST was introduced in 1986. It is expected to recommend a capital gains tax that excludes the family home.
 
Film and TV correspondent Tamar Munch has been watching A Very English Scandal, which stars Hugh Grant as British Liberal Party leader Jeremy Thorpe who was accused of conspiracy to murder his gay ex-lover. Sticking in the true crime genre, she's also been watching Dirty John, starring Eric Bana, which chronicles the life of sociopath and conma ...…
 
Technology commentator Sarah Putt looks at whether a days of rooftop aerials are numbered, why is music streaming giant Spotify moving into podcasting when it's a low revenue earner and Facebook's been dubbed a "digital gangster" by the British government - and it wasn't meant kindly.
 
David Hill reviews The Four Horsemen by Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Daniel C. Dennett and Christopher Hitchens, which is published by Penguin Random House.
 
Stories from fa`afafine, transgender, and queer people of Samoa - one of the original continuous indigenous queer cultures of Polynesia and the Pacific Islands. Samoan Queer Lives is a new book offering an insight into the lives of LGBTQI Samoans. Co-editors Yuki Kihara and Dan Taulapapa McMullin began collating the stories 11 years ago and the ...…
 
UK correspondent Matthew Parris updates us on the movements in the British Parliament, as three MPs quit the Tory party to join the eight Labour MPs who resigned over their leader Jeremy Corbyn not backing a second referendum on Brexit. And speaking of Brexit - is it to blame for Honda closing its only British car plant, and debate continues on ...…
 
Hamilton based social-enterprise Ahei was set up late last year by Katie Babbott and Michaela Latimer to curtail the number of people waiting for support for eating disorders. The duo look to provide pre-clinical support to people who show signs of unhealthy relationships with food which are often a precursor to debilitating eating disorders li ...…
 
Law commissioner Donna Buckingham speaks with Kathryn Ryan about updating the law regarding storing and accessing DNA, for criminal investigation purposes, looking at where the balance should be between law enforcement and unreasonable state intrusion into our lives. Submissions are drawing to a close following the Law Commission's review of th ...…
 
Vaughan's Dad has magic powers, Community Notices and when did you hook up with someone you shouldn't have?
 
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
 
News from the business sector, including a market report.
 
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
 
On today's show you tell us all the wtf things your partner said to you and we're live from The Edge Birthday Tossers party!! Support the show.
 
Mediawatch's midweek catch-up with Lately. This week Jeremy talks to Karyn Hay about the proposed NZ Herald paywall and asks why the paper is paying to put clickbait on his Facebook feed; advances in AI journalism and the algorithm beat; Vice's Tonga documentary; and, David Altheide's research showing entertainment and fear are replacing public ...…
 
Bryan Waddle, Warren Lees and Jeremy Coney review the Blackcaps' 88-run victory over Bangladesh in Dunedin today. The win seals an overwhelming 3-0 series sweep.
 
News from the business sector, including a market report.
 
The pharmaceutical and animal products company, Ebos Group's first half net profit is down 4 percent to 67 million Australian dollars, on lower sales.
 
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Michael Grace of FNZC.
 
Specialty dairy company A2 Milk has posted a record half-year profit on the back of surging demand for its infant formula.
 
Growth in its customer base has seen Kiwibank's half year profit bounce back after the impact of the Kaikoura earthquake and a failed technology project.
 
Sky Television has seen its half year profit slump 20 percent as subscriber numbers fall and competition for content hots up.
 
Telecommunications company Spark has posted a lower half year profit of 153 million dollars as it navigates the changing technical, business and political forces in the sector.
 
Fletcher Building says it's delivered on its goal to return to profit and be ready to take advantage of growth opportunites.
 
Arts commentator Courtney Johnston talks to us about two NZ museums joining a global effort to bring together watercolour artworks from before the era of photography. She'll also look at why the New York Met was forced to return a gold-sheathed coffin to Egypt and the Maori Art Market running alongside Te Matatini.…
 
A spotlight on the super rich shopping for passports, including in the Pacific Islands, and what that means for international efforts to combat tax evasion. Since the early 1980s, Pacific island countries have sold passports to foreigners. Anthony van Fossen is an adjunct senior lecturer at the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science ...…
 
Music correspondent Graeme Downs focuses on two songs from Canadian-American roots rock group The Band: The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down and The Weight.
 
Phil Vine reviews The Chestnut Man by Soren Sveistrup, which is published by Penguin Random House.
 
A recent stock-take of network television news in the USA found that up to a quarter of the content consisted of amateur video clips –that were typically shocking, dramatic or humorous. Professor David Altheide tells Mediawatch's Jeremy Rose that entertainment is increasingly replacing public interest as the driver of television news. And fear ...…
 
It is Vaughan's Birthday! Producer Anya broke up a street fight yesterday and were you a little shit?
 
A founding member of Russian activist punk group Pussy Riot, who's been imprisoned for her protests, says freedoms only exist if you fight for them, and she hopes everyone will “take a riot” from their upcoming show.
 
Our Australia correspondent Kate Middleton looks at the controversy over a law change designed to make it easier to bring ill asylum seekers and refugees to the mainland for treatment. And who was behind the hacking of Parliament's computers and those of the major political parties? The government says it was a sophisticated state actor.…
 
Most people don't want to think too much about the end of their lives, but a new campaign Kia kōrero ILet's Talk does just that. Ria Earp from the Health Quality and Safety Commission is with us to explain why this campaign has a strong Māori focus while filmmaker Cheryl Cameron tells us why she got involved as a campaign 'role model'.…
 
The Electricity Price Review was set up to investigate whether the electricity market is delivering fair prices to customers. The chair of the Review's advisory panel, Miriam Dean, is with us to talk about the options paper released this morning.
 
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
 
Writer/actor/comedian Amy Hoggart (Full Frontal with Samantha Bee) does not do stand-up, nor does she sh*t herself. She does however guest on this episode to discuss Charlotte’s abs, Lord Byron's philandering, incestuous relationships and Kim Cattrall's breasts and lack of tummy. Also, did someone f*** a dog in this film? Follow Amy: @amy_hogga ...…
 
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