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Best NZME podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best NZME podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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The Country
Latest news and interviews on rural issues in New Zealand.
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ZM's Bree & Clint
Join ZM's drive show with Bree & Clint every week day from 3-7pm on ZM.
With a straight down the middle approach, Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive on Newstalk ZB delivers the very latest news and views to New Zealanders as they wrap up their day.
Girls On Top
Three sassy Kiwi women 'get on top' of all the issues of the week. Some of the issues aren't even issues at all but crikey they make for a good yarn.
Don't risk not knowing what's going around New Zealand and the world - catch up with interviews from Early Edition, hosted by Kate Hawkesby on Newstalk ZB.
Newstalk ZBeen
All the best bits from Newstalk ZB that you might've missed. Collated daily
Listen to the latest interviews from Canterbury Mornings with Chris Lynch on Newstalk ZB
Marcus Lush Nights
Marcus Lush engages Kiwis from all walks of life, discussing the issues that matter most on Newstalk ZB.
Radio Sport's Louis Herman-Watt and Mitch Powell tackle the important issues of the last seven days with a distinctly entitled millennial spin. Every so often joined by a guest to actually enlighten the masses, each week Louis and Mitch are Stoked on something new
Jack Tame’s crisp perspective, style and enthusiasm makes for refreshing and entertaining Saturday morning radio on Newstalk ZB. News, sport, books, music, gardens and celebrities – what better way to spend your Saturdays?
After 33 years behind the Newstalk ZB microphone, Leighton can’t give it up completely. There were so many requests to continue his opinionated commentary that the prospect of podcasting was born. So, without restriction, Leighton will continue to serve up on everything you want to hear about and some things you don’t. Stand by to be enlightened, educated and enraged!
Each week the New Zealand Herald and Newstalk ZB's Cooking the Books tackles a different money problem. Hosted by Frances Cook.
The best bits from Martin Devlin and the DRS – Saturday & Sunday 12pm-3pm on Newstalk ZB and Radio Sport
Fletch, Vaughan and Megan every week day across New Zealand from 6am – 9am. Listen in for the best music, biggest celebs, latest gossip and a bit of a laugh..
With decades of broadcasting experience behind him, Andrew Dickens has worked around the world across multiple radio genres. His bold, sharp and energetic show on Newstalk ZB is always informative and entertaining.
With decades of broadcasting experience behind him, Andrew Dickens has worked around the world across multiple radio genres. His bold, sharp and energetic show on Newstalk ZB is always informative and entertaining.
Home is where the heart is, and there’s no question that Kiwis LOVE property. Newstalk ZB’s OneRoof Radio Show is a full-house of property talk, tips and tricks. Leading industry experts join us to discuss and debate the latest in market trends, investments, DIY and much more. Step inside The OneRoof Radio Show and make yourself at home.
The Front Page
Each Thursday The Front Page takes you behind the scenes of the biggest story from the New Zealand Herald and Newstalk ZB. Hosted by Frances Cook.
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
The Agenda
Introducing the official podcast of The Alternative Commentary Collective. Featuring interviews and all the major talking points from the world of sports, urban dictionary and more. Your #2 favourite sports podcast! Brought to you by TAB
Chasing Ghosts
The disappearance of Amber-Lee Cruickshank 25 years ago is one of New Zealand's most baffling missing person investigations. This six-part New Zealand Herald series provides an indepth look at the cold case and Amber-Lee's mother's ceaseless quest to bring her daughter home.
Speaking Secrets
The #MeToo movement has turned into a hurricane force of social change, sweeping across the world. NZME journalist Georgina Campbell explores the global campaign against sexual abuse and harassment in New Zealand in this New Zealand Herald-Newstalk ZB co-production.
ZM's Sealed Section
Get the latest from ZM's Sealed Section - thanks to NZ on Air.
Join Radio Sport rugby man Nigel Yalden as we kick start your Saturday Morning with The All Sports Breakfast on Radio Sport.
A podcast for all fans of Survivor NZ!
Take Life Back
This podcast series is all about helping you get back to the good life… where you have more quality time with friends and family, you’re more active, you’re eating better and getting better sleep.
Supersize SME
Mike Hosking welcomes you to Supersize SME – a slick, bite-sized podcast jam-packed with hot tips for growing your business, from New Zealand’s best known entrepreneurs and business leaders. Brought to you by Newstalk ZB and BNZ.
Konkani Radio
Konkani Radio is broadcast every Saturday in the Konkani language. It's aimed at bringing the Goan and Mangalore community in Auckand together to share their views and experiences.
A summer podcast series from the New Zealand Herald and Newstalk ZB. Go to Health looks at a different health issue each week, from pregnancy to medical marijuana, with the help of an expert. Hosted by Frances Cook. New episode every Tuesday.
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.
Survivor Radio
Survivor Radio, hosted by Matt Chisholm and Estelle Clifford, airs Monday 6-7pm on The Hits. They chat everything about the episode the night before – including exclusive interviews with the eliminated contestants! Don’t miss Survivor New Zealand, on TVNZ 2, 7pm Sundays.
In the second series of Chasing Ghosts true crime podcasts, the New Zealand Herald takes a fresh look at the murders of Ben Smart and Olivia Hope at a New Year's Eve party 20 years ago and the ongoing debate over the killer's identity.
StopPress Podcast
Podcast by StopPress.co.nz
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Auckland electorates are up for a major shake-up ahead of next year's election. The boundary changes, which includes a proposed new one for South Auckland, will have a major impact on National MP Mark Mitchell's Rodney electorate, where he'll receive Coatesville and Dairy Flat, but will lose Warkworth and the Kowhai Coast. The Representation Co ...…
DairyNZ's GM for Responsible Dairy Jenny Cameron on The Vision is Clear's Do Something Tree-warding campaign.By NZME
On this week’s podcast: November 19th is International Men's Day. Do we really need to celebrate it? The same day is also the United Nation’s World Toilet Day. Pure coincidence, of course... More reference to the fires that are all caused by global warming; only if you follow the fiction and ignore the facts. This week I chatted with Olivia Pie ...…
Charles and Camilla are visiting the Waitangi treaty grounds. Historian and treaty expert Paul Moon joins Mike Hosking to discuss Prince Charles and Camilla's plans in New Zealand today. The pair are visiting the Waitangi treaty grounds, where they will be welcomed with a powhiri and take part in a tour and tree planting ceremony. The historic ...…
Interviews are with PM Jacinda Ardern, Bruce Cameron, Mike Cronin, Seth Carrier, Jim Hopkins and Blake Holgate.By NZME
Is a Rabobank analyst who today wears his animal proteins analyst hat to discuss the bank's just-released Global Animal Protein Outlook 2020 report.By NZME
Australian correspondent Steve Price joins Mike Hosking to talk about the latest from across the ditch, including the government coming under fire for telling older citizens to work longer. The average age of retirement in Australia is 63, and access for the pension will go up to 67 by mid-2023. Price says Treasurer of Australia Josh Frydenberg ...…
This week Brodie, Caitlin and Gracie talk to the World Champion Silver Fern Katrina Rore about the highs and lows of being a top-level athlete, the pressures of playing her career out in the spotlight, and whether she has body confidence issues.By NZME
New Zealand First Party leader Winston Peters joins Mike Hosking to talk about the allegations of electoral donation wrongdoing. The Electoral Commission is looking into the reports by filtering them through the foundation. Peters says he's the Parliamentary leader, and doesn't have oversight over all party matters, but he says they've done not ...…
US Correspondent Richard Arnold joins Mike Hosking to talk about the latest around US President Donald Trump's potential impeachment and Kane West's religious endeavours. Alexander Vindman, an official who heard a call between US President Donald Trump and Ukraine's president says he was concerned by the conversation and is testifying at the im ...…
Associate finance minster David Parker joins Mike Hosking to talk about changes to the Overseas Investment Act that will be used to prevent assets being sold to off-shore buyers. The Government's announced its tightening up foreign investment rules, allowing it to veto investments in companies it believes are critical to security or democracy. ...…
Don't Get Fletch Started, meeting your best friend and are you a hot burner?By ZM
UK reporter Gavin Grey joins Kate Hawkesby to talk about the latest news from including Julian Assange and Prince Andrew. The rape investigation that forced Assange, the Wikileaks founder into hiding is now over. Swedish prosecutors have dropped their investigation, as the anti-secrecy campaigner fights extradition to the United States from a B ...…
The stand-off between police and protesters continues, at Hong Kong's besieged university campus. About 600 anti-government activists have been arrested trying to leave the campus. Others have been evacuated for emergency medical care. Hong Kong reporter Jennifer Creery says riot police are continuing to surround about one hundred remaining dem ...…
National Party leader Simon Bridges joins Kate Hawkesby to talk about the latest claims around records showing New Zealand First collected nearly half a million dollars in donations, which appear to have been kept secret. Deputy Prime Minister and New Zealand First leader Winston Peters insists his party are in the clear, but electoral law spec ...…
FIRST WITH YESTERDAY'S NEWS (highlights from Tuesday on Newstalk ZB) And I Really Mean That/Why Are Kids' Clothes So Sexist?/Who Will Coach?/Why Can't We Driver Properly?/Name the Continents. Go!By Newstalk ZB
Full-year earnings at Napier Port Holdings beat the company's prospectus forecast by 3.2 per cent on record log volumes and as higher than projected refrigerated cargo volumes boosted container volumes and average revenue. The firm, which listed its shares in August, reported net profit of $6.8 million for the year ended Sept. 30, up from the $ ...…
General knowledge test Living wages Dean McCarthy live from LA Aviation news Do you have a combined last name? Producer Ben and his FJL dilemma Weird hotel requests Insta Fame Game with BENEE Did you get back with your ex? Birthday Banger! Who is ‘indoor gardening’ the least? How were Brees bike pants at FJL? Who is the in wrong? World’s riches ...…
Several commentators are calling for Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to call a snap election. Questions are being raised about a secret fund used by New Zealand First, which has collected nearly half a million dollars in donations from wealthy donors through the New Zealand First Foundation. Records obtained by Stuff show the money was used for p ...…
The Minister of Finance is set to be given new powers to block foreigners from buying key infrastructure, military technology or major media companies. Associate Finance Minister David Parker outlined the second round of changes to the Overseas Investment Office on Tuesday, which would also create new tests for investors wishing to export water ...…
The Rail and Maritime Workers Union is using World Toilet Day to highlight a lack of lavatories for female workers. The union says women have shared stories at a recent forum of having to use men's toilets with urinals and lack of access to changing rooms. RMTU health and safety organiser Karen Fletcher says it's not what you expect in New Zeal ...…
New Zealand First's leader says the public will know the truth about allegations around political donations. Records obtained by Stuff show the New Zealand First Foundation has collected nearly half a million dollars in donations - which appear to have been kept secret. The money was used for New Zealand First activities - like election campaig ...…
Martin Devlin went and asked ordinary people on the street what they thought of the latest Warriors Bush Shirt jersey, before giving one away on the show. One very happy winner at the end of this.By Newstalk ZB
A New Zealand First treasurer claims he was moved out of the party after questioning its financial records. The Electoral Commission is looking into Winston Peters's party after it's been suggested nearly half a million dollars in political donations may have been hidden inside a secretive foundation. Former party treasurer Colin Forster told H ...…
Hazardous smoke has blanketed Sydney as the state braces for more dangerous bushfire weather and it’s daunting to think this is just the beginning. But NSW hasn’t even entered what’s traditionally the most devastating period of bushfire damage. “We’ve got the worst to come,” former NSW fire commissioner Greg Mullins told news.com.au. It’s a con ...…
University sector representatives say young doctors shouldn't be written off - after a cheating scandal. More than 50 University of Otago students will have their graduation delayed while the university looks into the issue of students taking holidays overseas when they were meant to be doing internships. Universities New Zealand executive dire ...…
Interviews are with Todd Muller, Matt Wyeth, Shannon Landmark, Luke Evans, Jane Smith and Cameron Bagrie.By NZME
A group of young people who will be meeting Prince Charles today have been brushing up on their royal etiquette. The Prince and his wife Camilla are in the country for a week-long tour. Later today, Prince Charles will be attending a meeting of the Prince's Trust, which helps young people start businesses and get into work. Trust board member C ...…
Medical experts say the University of Otago isn't blameless in a med student cheating scandal. More than 50 Otago University medical students won't be allowed to graduate, after submitting false overseas work experience records. Medical Association chair Dr Kate Baddock told Mike Hosking the university could've made the situation more clear to ...…
Barely half of New Zealand adults know that it takes 365 days for the Earth to go around the sun. Fewer than half can name the seven continents, or work out how far a car travels at a constant speed in a given time. Only 32 per cent know that the Treaty of Waitangi was signed in 1840. The results, from a poll of 1000 New Zealanders aged 18 and ...…
Breakers owner Matt Walsh has vowed to keep taking risks despite the NBL basketball club's controversy hit season. And Walsh rejected suggestions the club is going downhill since he purchased it from Paul and Liz Blackwell early last year, saying he had rescued it from extinction. Recent recruit Glen Rice Jr is in court this week on an assault ...…
Warning: The Grace Millane murder trial is hearing evidence of a graphic and sexual nature. Reader discretion is advised. The trial is taking place in open court and media are required to accurately report the evidence as it is presented. The man accused of Grace Millane's murder won't take the stand and give evidence in his own defence but fri ...…
The Chief of Army says there is a "minimal" chance that unexploded New Zealand munitions caused civilian deaths in Afghanistan. And he is questioning whether the NZ Defence Force left behind any unexploded ordnance at all in the firing ranges that its soldiers used near Bamiyan. Major General John Boswell was responding to a report from Stuff t ...…
Prince Andrew's effort to put the Jeffrey Epstein scandal behind him may have instead done him irreparable harm. While aides are trying to put the best face on his widely criticized interview with the BBC, royal watchers are asking whether he can survive the public relations disaster and remain a working member of the royal family. The question ...…
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has refused to be drawn on claims that an electoral slush fund run on behalf of NZ First may have breached the Electoral Act. Stuff this morning reported a body called the New Zealand First Foundation appeared to have hidden political donations worth almost half a million dollars. The foundation was controlled by a ...…
Vaughan got told off for making new friends, non sexual turn-ons and when did you mistake someone else for your partner?By ZM
Kieran Reid is on the show, Am I A Bad Person and Producer Caitlin has an announcement.By ZM
FIRST WITH YESTERDAY'S NEWS (highlights from Monday on Newstalk ZB) Setting "You People" Straight/Renters VS Landlords/The Prince Who Lost the Plot/Giving Teens What They WantBy Newstalk ZB
In his latest sermon, Israel Folau has linked the bush fires and drought which have ravaged NSW and Queensland to same-sex marriage and abortion legislation. Speaking at The Truth of Jesus Christ Church in Kenthurst, northwest of Sydney, Folau has again delivered yet another sermon which has taken aim at homosexuals. During the 10-minute record ...…
An aviation expert says Air New Zealand is not to blame for its cancelled flights. Issues with Rolls-Royce engines on its Boeing 787-9 [seven eight seven nine] aircraft mean flights to Perth, Sydney and Tonga between December 10 and January 5 face changes. Geoff Thomas says [told Heather du Plessis-Allan] it's solely a Rolls-Royce problem - whi ...…
Struggle with finding the perfect gift for a teenager these holidays? A new site is hoping to fix that problem. 13-year-old Auckland students Toby Downs and Tataiarangi Baker are the brains behind a new e-commerce website, which is about making sure parents don't buy their kids presents they don't want. Called ‘Gifteen’, the duo and their frien ...…
McDonald's could owe an estimated 60,000 staff - past and present - "up to $90 million" in holiday pay arrears, according to the union that represents the company's workers. Unite Union claims the fast-food chain owes 60,000 staff employed by the company in the past 10 years, and about 9000 current staff, a minimum of $500 each in arrears per y ...…
A heavily-fortified university campus in Hong Kong has been stormed by police with some declaring it a "war zone". Police stormed the Hong Kong Polytechnic University before dawn on Monday where anti-government protesters had barricaded themselves behind sophisticated and elaborate walls. They had been fighting back using catapults, petrol bomb ...…
More than 50 University of Otago final year medical students will be prevented from graduating following an overseas placement rort. The university began looking into its medical students after discovered about 18 used their overseas placements to go on a holiday and then lied about it. It has since found one in five of its final year medical s ...…
We catch up with the founder of the rural mental health charity 'Will to Live' as we look to support this cause through sales of the Country Cookbook.By NZME
Interviews are with Doug Avery, John Scott, Elle Perriam, Phil Duncan, Steve Wyn-Harris and Grant McCallum.By NZME
Landlords are packing up according to one property director, saying new rental rules are making it too tough to run their business. The Government's announced a raft of new rules, including a ban on rental bidding and a ban on landlords evicting tenants without reason. Auckland Property Management director Howard Morley says some landlords have ...…
Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil giant Aramco announced Sunday it will sell a 1.5% stake in the company as it looks to raise as much as $25.6 billion from the sale, potentially becoming the most-valuable initial public offering in history. The newly released figures also revealed a valuation for the company that’s between $1.6 trillion and $1.7 t ...…
Think before you send online shopping back to the store. American's alone will return 1 million online packages a day in December and January - 5 billion pounds of that goes straight to the landfills. It's the new wave of consumers expecting free and easy returns from online orders, and those looking into say it's causing an environmental crisi ...…
A medical union says violence against hospital staff is out of control, due to drug and alcohol use. DHB figures show hundreds of violent incidents where staff have been stabbed, kicked in the jaw, or suffered broken bones. New Zealand Resident Doctors' Association national secretary Dr Deborah Powell told Mike Hosking most incidents are fuelle ...…
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