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IDK Podcast
Follow along as 3 friends (P. Coles, Gene, and Blaze) allow you into their crazy mind and thoughts on any everything. Never know what may be said...
Want to know more about the authors behind your favourite books? Tune in to discover the methods of – and inspiration behind – some of the world’s most exciting writers. Every Saturday, Georgina Godwin hosts an in-depth discussion with the person behind the prose.
Lisa and Pete drive you home from 4-7pm weekdays. Their show covers everything from the big news topics of the day and issues affecting Perth people; right through to celebrity interviews with touring bands, artists, actors – any big names we can drag into the studio. Justin Hamilton delivers hilarious TV & movie reviews every week, and don’t forget Teapot on a Friday! You’ll have to listen in to find out more – and WIN! Plus loads of other amazing prize giveaways. Listen to Lisa and Pete 4- ...
Every Wednesday guests tell embarrassing, strange, possibly even horrible stories from their past, just so we can laugh at the pain of it all.
Private Passions
Guests from all walks of life discuss their musical loves and hates, and talk about the influence music has had on their lives
Catch up with the latest Breakfast fun with Chris Evans. Hear the best stories and the biggest guests, every week. From BBC Radio 2.
Love At Home
I'm Hannah Coles, LDS Life Coach and I offer you help with real issues that target our families and ourselves. I'm here to teach you tools that will help you overcome life's stumbling blocks, and offer you weekly thoughtful inspiration. Thomas S. Monson once said that "our greatest task in life is to become your BEST SELF." This is a place to teach you how to do just that.
Comics and History
Welcome to Comics and History! This podcast is dedicated to reviews and analyses of comics and comic book characters from yesteryear.
Few names are as synonymous with improv as Matt Besser. Founding member of the Upright Citizens Brigade and a regular performer in the world-famous show Asssscat, Matt has brought his talents to Earwolf with a fully improvised weekly podcast featuring the best improvisers in the universe. Music by Bobby Matthews and Dragoon. Looking for the archives? All episodes older than 6 months can be found exclusively on Stitcher Premium, ad-free. Go to and use promo code EARWOLF f ...
Great Parks Chapel
The Art of Excellence is an in-depth interview-style podcast about people who have accomplished great things in their lives. The goal of the show is to deliver inspiring stories from ultra-successful entrepreneurs, athletes, entertainers, authors, thought leaders and anyone doing something extraordinary. We will explore the backgrounds, talent, work ethic, sacrifices, mental outlook and serendipity that led to their success.
The Y.A.M.S. Podcast
Young. Ambitious. Melanated. Sistas.
DOS Game Club
Monthly DOS game online discussion and podcast
CBC Radio's On The Go has now been on the air for 30 years, bringing Newfoundlanders and Labradorians stories from every nook, cranny and cove in the province.
Urban Dreaming
Stories of resilience and survival and connecting with culture and spirituality in the city
Silicon Valley’s most revered journalist hosts candid interviews with business leaders, influential politicians, and outspoken media personalities about their big ideas and how they’re changing our world. Produced by Recode and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
What if the government actually did cover something up in Roswell? What if yetis exist and are just really shy? What if super-intelligent lizards are wearing human skin suits, influencing international affairs and recording podcasts? Conspiracy theories are cool because they appeal to our evolved logical human brains and our stupid mammal idiot brains. So join comedian and skeptic Katelyn Hempstead as her brilliant friends try to convince her of these and many other conspiracy theories.
The most authoritative and comprehensive coverage of local and world events to be found on morning radio happens from 6:00am to 9:00am every weekday on RNZ National.
Why let the near-total annihilation of the human race get in the way of a good coffee? Survivors of the greatest war in human history kick back and relax in their favourite coffee shop. (Sitcom by Will Palmer and Darren J Coles)
Night Light Radio with Mz Prizm on Listen to show archives, or tune in live Saturday 2:00 – 4:00am. is a San Francisco-based community radio station. Our mission is to support emerging and underground artists and bring the Bay Area music scene to the world.
A comedy podcast, not to be taken too seriously, where 3 friends talk about BJJ, MMA, films, books, gaming and interesting news stories. We only interview people we find interesting, and we hope you find them interesting too. If you grew up in the 90's you'll enjoy our reminiscing Hosts include Josh (@joshcheza) Tom 'Batch' (@tombatch58) & Az (@AaronGrayy)
Are you gagged? You will be once you hear this podcast that recaps the most recent episodes of RuPaul’s Drag Race All stars 3. Every week we will be unraveling all the drama, looks, and T while we serve up our own hot takes. We’re gonna talk about it all, even all the latest behind the scenes. These queens came to slay and so did your hosts Nicholas Waggoner and Chad Westbrook. Friends for years in the comedy scene in Los Angeles they are now ready to take their unique queer dynamic and delv ...
She Geeks Out
She Geeks Out (hosted by Rachel Murray and Felicia Jadczak) brings you the voices of women from all walks of life to share with you what they geek out about-- their passions, talents, struggles, and successes. This doesn't mean that they're going to be tech talks (although they might be!). Each episode will feature the hosts and their guests talking about topics including health, psychology, art, music, learning, and more-- the list goes on. Episodes are fun, engaging, and provide some nugge ...
a podcast dedicated to making mental health not scary
An episode-by-episode discussion of The West Wing, one of television’s most beloved shows, co-hosted by one of its stars, Joshua Malina, along with Hrishikesh Hirway of Song Exploder.
Our mission is to build a bridge between the LGBTQIA+ community and people of faith. We strive to help people in the gay community reconnect with their faith and to be more tolerant and respectful of those in the faith community. We want to promote tolerance. We don’t have to agree, but can we at least agree not to be disagreeable? In this clash between culture and religion, does either side have to win? Could we call a truce? Each week, host Brian Peyton Joyner connects with people of faith ...
The web site for downloading the sermons from Nailsea Baptist Church
George and Paul, a powerhouse pair who continue to lend their wit and wry humour to your weekend. Nothing is sacred as George and Paul take an ingenious look at the week that was and offer their unique take on the days to come.
The New Wine podcast brings you inspirational, encouraging and equipping teaching from leaders and teachers all over the world.
All Blacks Podcast
The official podcast from New Zealand rugby - featuring interviews with some of the biggest and most influential names in New Zealand and global rugby.
On each episode of the Girlboss Radio, Sophia interviews boundary-pushing women who've made their mark—eschewing polite conversation and extracting solid advice from the lessons they've learned along the way. Expect hilarious co-hosts and vulnerable, honest conversations you won't hear anywhere else. Conversations that humanize the known, champion the unknown, and laugh a little at the absurdity of life.
'Unbelievable?' engages in fundamental questions on Christianity with the intention to openly discuss different opinions between Christians and non-believers.
Becoming Daily
Back where it all started, The Chaser return to Triple M 104.9 for Sydney's funniest chase every weekday from 3pm. Join Chaz, Charles, Craig, Dom, Chris and Andrew for a daily radio programme with the characteristically unpredictable Chaser shenanigans. Then Catch Up on the Radio Chaser Platinum Edition every Saturday morning across Australia only on the Triple M network and App.
Comedians and improvisers making up movies. Tim Goodings and Andy Price interview their guests about an 'upcoming movie', with inevitable and hard-hitting questions about pranks on set, sexual harassment lawsuits and celebrity spats. And it usually ends with a song. Theme tune by Jack Hopkins -
Sex With Emily
Dr. Emily Morse shares her expertise on sex, relationships and everything in between! Submit your questions to Emily by emailing For more sexy fun, including blogs, photos, videos or to stream this show, visit
New podcast from Former Lead Correspondent Of Under The Mat Radio. Check me out on my journey as I interview various wrestling personalities and entertainers among others along the way...
Complete Drivel
My name's Christian. I'm 30, gay and usually like to talk about shit that pisses me off as well as general observations.
The Border looks brighter each morning with Riley-Rose and Seamus bringing you breakfast on your radio! Listen each weekday morning on hit104.9 The Border.
A venue for the human mind to speak words so that others can peace together a understanding that may or may not have been the understanding you set out to share but still succeed in making others think.
The word for the week from Kingdom Faith Church in Horsham. This podcast is updated weekly with a new episode.
Join Johnno and Rach for breakfast on hit Mackay and the Whitsundays.
Doctor of Human Sexuality, sex and relationship expert Emily Morse offers the best sex tips, dating tips, and relationship advice that will change your life.
Jay and Dave ARE "the Locals you know" and the team that Locals love to wake up to.Get your daily dose of laughs and Local issues that seem to be the talk of the town on Triple M Mackay & The Whitsundays. Be involved with the Crew each weekday morning from 5am - call 13 27 10.
Hosted by veteran actor & broadcast journalist Jasper Cole who goes One On One with today's newsmakers.
"Conversations from the Corner Office" is one of the most popular ongoing series from Marketplace®. Host Kai Ryssdal brings you inside the room with the business leaders transforming our economy, our culture and our daily lives. From Jack Dorsey, Elon Musk and Wolfgang Puck to the CEOs of Airbnb, Domino's and Rent the Runway -- every business leader has a story. In this podcast, get the exclusive extended-length interviews from the Corner Office conversations. Updated bi-monthly. From Market ...
The word for the week from Kingdom Faith Church in Horsham. This podcast is updated weekly with a new episode.
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Wellington is now known well for its cafe culture, bars and restaurants. But back in the 1960s, pubs closed at 6pm and toasted cheese and pineapple sandwiches were the most exotic choice on the menu. Into this bleak field arrived Dutch immigrant, Suzy van der Kwast. Her coffee house - Suzy's - offered real coffee and European-style food, and se ...…
Florida's governor is calling for voting machines to be seized and accused his opponents of fraud as the state rushes to complete a vote recount by Thursday. Governor Rick Scott and and President Donald Trump have alleged, without evidence, that Democrats were conspiring to overturn the initial results. Our correspondent following the story is ...…
California-based company Lime has rolled out hundreds of e-scooters on to the streets of Auckland and Christchurch, and now has its sights set on the capital. People use an app and pay by the minute to rent the scooters, which reach a top speed of 27 kilometres an hour. Auckland councillor Christine Fletcher has called for regulation before som ...…
A new report from the Royal Society Te Aparangi suggests the effects of blue light from digital screens and LED lights are more widespread than just sleep disruption. Guy Warman is an Associate Professor in the Department of Anaesthesiology at the University of Auckland's School of Medicine.
It's the biggest day of the year for harness racing on Tuesday with the New Zealand Trotting Cup happening at Addington Raceway in Christchurch. The sport has been rocked in recent months by allegations of race fixing involving some of its biggest names. But as Conan Young reports, those involved in making sure today's carnival goes off without ...…
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
The National Party says many people are still questioning whether Wally Haumaha should be confirmed as deputy police commissioner. An inquiry into Mr Haumaha's promotion has found the process was adequate and fit for purpose. And while the government says it has full confidence in the selection process, the Prime Minister won't go so far as to ...…
A month ago we couldn't stop talking about the ever increasing price of petrol. Some even predicted that by Christmas we'd be paying three dollars a litre. But over the past three weeks, the price has steadily dropped from around $2.50 a litre for most people outside Auckland, to just under $2.20 in some places. Why the change? Ian Twomey is an ...…
The inquiry into abuse in religious and state institutions will have the ability to compel people and institutions to appear before it. Liz Tonks is from the Network of Survivors of Faith-based Institutional Abuse. She talks to Philippa Tolley.
The inquiry into abuse in religious and state institutions will have the ability to compel people and institutions to appear before it. The Royal Commission's Terms of Reference were gazetted yesterday and set out who can be heard by the inquiry and the scope of its powers. RNZ deputy political editor Chris Bramwell has the report.…
The Ireland first five Jonathan Sexton believes they have the depth to cope with the absense of experienced halfback Conor Murray when they take on the All Blacks in Dublin this weekend.
RNZ health correspondent Karen Brown talks to Philippa Tolley about the likelihood of a meningoccocal vaccine roll-out across New Zealand.
A Whangarei mother of four wants a nationwide meningoccocal vaccination and awareness programme after she lost her 7-year-old daughter to the disease. The number of cases of group W meningococcal disease has doubled over the last 12 months and health officials are at a loss to explain why. There have been 24 cases this year and 6 deaths, with h ...…
The Minister of Education Chris Hipkins is urging the union representing primary school teachers, to rein in their members' expectations. A week of one-day rolling strikes began on Monday. Schools involved today are in the North Island, but not Wellington and Auckland. Mr Hipkins says the government will not add more money to its offer. On stri ...…
The fire burning in northern California now equals the deadliest on record in the state. The death toll in the worst fires ever to hit the state of California has climbed to 29. Authorities also estimate there are more than 200 people still unaccounted for as a quarter of a million people evacuated there homes. Our correspondent in Chico, Calif ...…
The Green Party MP and Land Information Minister Eugenie Sage is being accused of rubber-stamping the sale of sensitive land to foreigners - despite promising that would stop. New figures show, in her first nine months in office, the Minister has approved nearly every application, with almost 60,000 hectares passing into foreign hands. Here's R ...…
Kelvin Davis is the Deputy Leader of the Labour Party and the Acting Prime Minister. He discusses the Wally Haumaha appointment with Guyon Espiner. "It's not up to me to have confidence in him, it's up to the Police Minister, the government has confidence in the process used to appoint him. That's what the inquiry found," Mr Davis says.…
Victims' advocate Louise Nicholas is standing by her criticism of Wally Haumaha's promotion to Deputy Police Commissioner. An independent report into the appointment has found the process was fit for purpose. The review was sparked after it emerged Mr Haumaha made comments in 2004 defending police officers accused of raping Ms Nicholas in 1984. ...…
A crash between a car and a truck has closed State Highway 1 south of Tokoroa. With more information our reporter Ann-Marie May joins us. Emergency services were called around 2:30am to the collision between a car and a heavy truck near the Bull Ring Cafe. Both vehicles caught fire. At this point, at least one person has been confirmed deceased ...…
Churches will be included in the government's abuse inquiry, after lobbying from religious institutions and those subjected to abuse under their care. The expansion means the Royal Commission inquiry will be the largest in New Zealand's history. Steve Goodlass was abused by Marist Brother teacher Patrick Bignell in the 1980s. In 2015 he could o ...…
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen believes this weekend's eagerly anticipated showdown between New Zealand and Ireland in Dublin will lead to a simple outcome, with the winning side able to claim bragging rights as the best team in world rugby.
News from the business sector, including a market report.
Those in charge of making sure Tuesday's New Zealand Trotting Cup goes off without a hitch are confident recent race fixing allegations will not affect numbers through the turnstiles. The sport has been rocked by allegations of race fixing involving some of its biggest names. Most have been granted name suppression and are planning to defend th ...…
The Land Information Minister Eugenie Sage is pushing back against claims she is rubber-stamping the sale of sensitive land to overseas buyers. New figures show the Green Party minister has approved 21 applications for almost 60-thousand hectares over the nine months since she took power. Over the same time, she rejected just two requests, for ...…
A sexual abuse survivor is encouraging old boys from his school who he knows were molested, to speak up at the Royal Commission. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced on Monday the government's inquiry into the abuse of children in state care will be widened to include religious institutions. Steve Goodlass could only watch in 2015 as the cou ...…
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
A Hutt Valley church community that has previously protested about the shortage of social housing in the city is putting its money where its mouth is and building five new homes for needy people. In 2017 parishioners from St David's Anglican Church occupied a vacant Housing New Zealand site in suburban Naenae, creating a tent city to oppose hom ...…
Palestinians in Gaza have fired as many as 80 rockets at southern Israel, critically wounding one person in a strike on a bus. The attack follows an assassination of a Hamas military commander by an Israeli special forces operation inside Gaza. According to a statement from Hamas the Israeli officers entered southern Gaza in a civilian car and ...…
The New Zealand golfer Danny Lee is a million dollars richer after finishing second in the latest PGA tournament in Mexico.
Religious institutions included in abuse inquiry, Car, truck on fire in fatal crash on SH1 at Atiamuri, Louise Nicholas stands by criticism after report clears Haumaha, Govt confident in Haumaha appointment process - Davis, Sage accused of 'rubber-stamping' land sales to foreigners, California fires death toll climbs to 29, Teacher strikes: Edu ...…
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Former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates talks with Recode's Kara Swisher in front of a live audience at the AllRaise Summit in San Francisco. (Note: This interview was recorded before the midterms, on Nov. 1). In this episode: (03:15) What Yates has been doing since she was fired; (05:04) Why she came to the Justice Department in the first p ...…
Former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates talks with Recode's Kara Swisher in front of a live audience at the AllRaise Summit in San Francisco. (Note: This interview was recorded before the midterms, on Nov. 1). In this episode: (03:15) What Yates has been doing since she was fired; (05:04) Why she came to the Justice Department in the first p ...…
Now... Say You're Sorry! by No Sugar No Cream
Susie reminds us to give our worries to God and trust that he's in control.
On today's show: Jay went to the Taylor Swift concert in Brisbane How many alarms do you have? Who still gets a Xmas bonus?
Riley-Rose was stood up! Seamus was shook by the terror attack. It was a little too close to home When were you the hero?
Four years of commemorations marking the centenary of the First World War came to an end on Sunday with the anniversary of the signing of the Armistice in 1918. Seven major battle commemorations have been held over the four years and the Defence Force has supported more than 1500-community events in that time. Did commemoration fatigue set in o ...…
Fire and Emergency NZ is warning about the dangers of foam padding in furniture that has the combustible potential of 10 litres of petrol. Padded furniture like couches and mattresses that contain polyurethane are highly flammable and can burn super quickly, giving off a highly poisonous smoke. Fire and Emergency demonstrated this to Consumer A ...…
Trade and security issues are expected to be top of the Prime Minister's agenda when she attends summits Singapore and Papua New Guinea this week. Jacinda Ardern leaves tomorrow for the East Asia Summit in Singapore where she and other ministers, including Foreign Minister Winston Peters, will hold a series of meetings on issues ranging from th ...…
In Fiji, billboards and banners have come down and an intense war of words is over for now with a campaign blackout in force ahead of Wednesday's election. It's only the second time Fiji's voters have gone to the polls since the 2006 military coup. RNZ Pacific's Sally Round is in Suva.
Offside or onside the debate over England's disallowed try is continuing in the UK. The All Blacks sneaked home largely because of the referee's decision just 5 minutes before the end of the match on Sunday morning. Peter Bills is the Independent's rugby writer, he talks to Susie Ferguson.
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
It's the launch of a new era in the space industry. Rocket Lab has sent its first commercial rocket into space. The rocket, dubbed "It's Business Time", successfully took off from the Mahia Peninsula, just before 5 oclock last night following several failed attempts earlier in the year. Peter Beck is the chief executive and founder of Rocket Lab.…
It's been 100 years since the end of the first World War and world leaders have gathered in Paris to mark the event. The armistice treaty came into effect on the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in 1918 after four years of war. As part of a ceremony at the Arc de Triomphe renowned cellist Yo-yo Ma played performed at the ...…
Education Minister Chris Hipkins says they did everything possible to stop the teacher strikes going ahead today. More than 100,000 primary school pupils in Auckland are staying home or are in childcare after teachers and principals walked off the job for the second time this year. That's despite a new $700 million pay offer from the Ministry o ...…
The Kiwis have ended their tour of England with a comprehensive 34-nil win in the third Test in Leeds.
A 50-year-old woman has been arrested in Brisbane accused of putting needles into strawberries. The discovery of the contamination in September sparked a nationwide scare, devastating the Australian strawberry industry as growers were forced to dump tonnes of fruit. People stopped buying strawberries, supermarkets pulled them off the shelves an ...…
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