In this “unashamedly homegrown” podcast we tell the story of our islands from the time before people arrived all the way up to the year 2000. Winner of the bronze award for Best Indie Podcast in the NZ Podcast Awards 2021.
Hearing from people who create, care for and treasure tracks and trails in Aotearoa
Examining, through an anti-fascist lens, ethno-nationalism, white supremacy and neo-fascism in so-called Australia, Aotearoa & around the world. Andy Fleming & Cam Smith talk to writers and fighters about angry blighters.
Te Waananga o Aotearoa is one of New Zealand's largest tertiary education providers. We offer a comprehensive range of qualifications to New Zealanders from all walks of life.
Christopher Carroll is the presenter of Audacious Aotearoa, a thoughtful podcast about current events shaping New Zealand and the world.
Ross Karl, Bryn Hall and James Parsons host a weekly chat about all things New Zealand rugby, from Super Rugby Pacific, the All Blacks, Bunnings NPC, Farah Palmer Cup, and Super Rugby Aupiki, the team have you covered with unique insight from current pros still in the game. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
An outsider's introduction to the literature of Aotearoa New Zealand. Hosted by writer and book reviewer Claire Lacey.
Interviews and features about art, artists and creativity in Aotearoa New Zealand and beyond produced by Lucy Cooper & Katie Abbot.
A podcast on people from all over the world living in Aotearoa New Zealand - episodes span politics, society, identity, art and culture, produced and presented weekly by Kadambari Raghukumar
A monthly show by the Christchurch branch of Amnesty International Aotearoa/New Zealand, an organisation dedicated to campaigning for human rights.
Animal rights in Aotearoa New Zealand. Animal Matters is SAFE's podcast about all things animal rights and the issues impacting animals in Aotearoa. Will Appelbe discusses the latest current affairs impacting animals, the decisions of policymakers and government, and the complexities that surround the exploitation of animals.
ALTBAYS Show invites awesome people from Aotearoa, New Zealand, to have an honest, laid-back conversation. We are passionate about real-life stories and a good laugh. Our platform focuses on bringing communities together to grow and thrive.
A radio show and podcast by Arina Aizal, on stories of women with international backgrounds on their cultural identities, belonging, wellbeing and passions in Aotearoa.
TWIOAT is an award-winning smash hit comedy podcast hosted by kiwi comedians Guy 'Flash' Montgomery and Tim 'Timbly' Batt (known jointly as the Frost Fellas, The Boiz, etc). The pair have been punishing themselves with movies for your enjoyment since Feb 2014, starting by watching and reviewing Grown Ups 2 once a week, every week, for a full year. They applied the same treatment to Sex and The City 2, Sex and The City, We Are You Friends and are now watching and reviewing every softcore adul ...
A podcast from J (he/him) and R (he/they) from beautiful Aotearoa. News, politics, culture, other stuff. Pro-trans rights.
Settling in a new city can raise a lot of questions. How does the bus service work? Can I join the local library? Where do I go to get advice on renting a home? Tune in on the 2nd Wednesday at 8.30pm as the team from Citizens Advice Bureau bring you all the latest news and information of special interest to new migrants settling in Dunedin. Supported by OAR FM Dunedin's Connecting Cultures Zone.
Podcast by Aotearoa Creative
2x SEASONS. Immigrant whānau across Aotearoa have frank conversations covering love, ancestry, home, food, expectation & acceptance. Made with the support of NZ On Air.
Freak the Sheep is 95bFM's longest running Aotearoa New Zealand Music Show, hosted by Taylor MacGregor, and committed to bringing you the latest in homegrown news, tunes and interviews. Broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand on Wednesdays from 9pm.
CIRCUIT CAST is a podcast produced by CIRCUIT Artist Film and Video Aotearoa New Zealand, interviewing contemporary artists about recent exhibitions and how they approach their practice. CIRCUIT is Aotearoa/New Zealand's leading distributor of artists' moving image works. www.circuit.org.nz.
Join Hamish McKay & Richard Loe every weekend as we discuss the rural challenges and issues, as well as celebrate key playors in the sector across the great land of Aotearoa. Listen live on Magic Talk from 6am - 8am every Saturday & Sunday morning.
The Fate of Isen is a fun and loose actual-play podcast from Aotearoa New Zealand. Join the quest as incredibly unlikely heroes (played by kiwi comedians) fumble their way through saving the world of Isen. There are empires, gods, demons, giant kiwi, and so much more! Join the resistance! Become a supporter on Patreon to access sweet Fate of Isen perks. Ranked as one of the top D&D podcasts in the world. https://feeds.transistor.fm/fateofisen
Helping you to learn and speak everyday Māori, every day. Hei āwhina i a koe ki te ako me te kōrero i te reo Māori o ia rā, i ia rā. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Podcast from the New Zealand Doctor Rata Aotearoa newspaper. Featuring System Fix - the podcast for health reform junkies and more
The Starlifter.FM show is where rock and electronic music collide! Streaming live from Otāutahi, Aotearoa | Christchurch, New Zealand on www.8k.nz, Starlifter.FM is hosted by Dr Hitchcock an alternative radio DJ who has been on the airwaves since the late 90s and is still aiming for the stars.
Headscarves and Good Yarns is all about celebrating the differences we have in our community. Even though we all look, think and speak differently to each other we all call Aotearoa our home so tune in and find hear the stories of many different kiwis. We also navigate those uncomfortable conversations around race that we just need to have sometimes. Hope you guys tune in!
A humorous and informative analysis of conspiracy theories new and old by Josh Addison and Associate Professor. M R. X. Dentith.
Hosted by journalist Bernard Hickey, When the Facts Change is your essential weekly guide to the intersection of economics, business and politics in Aotearoa New Zealand. Presented by The Spinoff together with Kiwibank. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome to Sight Unseen Aotearoa. Everyday Kiwis with failing eyesight will be discussing the challenges of living active, independent lives in the community. They’ll share with us the information, support and practical know-how.
The story of New Zealand and its people from its geological origins to modern day, hosted by William Ray & Leigh-Marama McLachlan, with animation by Chris Maguren. Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund
Welcome to Emerging Aotearoa. Bringing you short stories, poetry, music and more from emerging artists in Aotearoa. Tales to warm your heart, chill you to the bone or bring a new perspective.
A podcast that celebrates the outdoor community and wilderness areas of Aotearoa New Zealand. Get to know a diverse range of Kiwis as we cover themes linked to adventure, wellbeing, conservation and the professional outdoor scene in New Zealand. Hosted by Dulkara Martig. Sponsored by Federated Mountain Clubs of New Zealand.
The Sweet As History of New Zealand!
Eight Massey University students from the class Creativity in the Community are making the most of lockdown by turning our #climatechangetheatreaction performances into podcasts.
Welcome to Teaching Today where we speak with experts from the education sector - tune in for discussion and insight. It’s a podcast about teachers, with teachers and for teachers.
The news, explained. Join Sharon Brettkelly & Emile Donovan every weekday as they make sense of the big stories with the country’s best journalists and experts. Made possible by RNZ & NZ On Air. Produced by Newsroom. Listen on RNZ National at 6.30pm Monday-Thursday.
Unfurling fresh ideas and sounds along with the best radio documentaries and features from here and overseas.
The home of Aotearoa New Zealand design since 2009
This podcast is a place for authentic, playful and vulnerable feminist chats. We’re all about talking to real people about real sh*t and experiences of femininity and masculinity in this crazy (beautiful) world. Kia ora, we are Jas and Tash. 23 and 25 year-young wāhine in Aotearoa. Jas loves the smell of incense and lives for perculator coffee. Her superpower is bringing energy to all spaces. Tash lives for inner child enlivining and playful revolution. She loves hugs, the ocean and 90% dark ...
Being young in Aotearoa New Zealand can come with some big challenges. The Hear Me See Me podcast aims to shine a light on these. We hear from young people about what they’ve faced, and how they’ve gotten through. By chatting to young people about their challenges, hopes and dreams, we learn that we can all do something, no matter how small to, contribute to their wellbeing.
Animal advocacy on the airwaves, hosted by a team of local animal advocates.
Fergus Grady joins us from the Cannes Film Festival - we find out how that's going after 2 years of virtual screenings and we'll also look ahead to this year's French Film Festival Aotearoa: 21 thoughtfully curated, fabulous French flicks coming to a cinema near you soon.
This week on the Aotearoa Rugby Pod, the panel of Ross Karl, James Parsons and Bryn Hall discuss how the Blues can stopped in Super Rugby Pacific, offer insight into the All Blacks halfback race, and weigh in on a hypothetical scrum law change. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
Ric Balfour from Landcare Trust and Felicity Brough from Walking Access Commission have formed a partnership where they work with farmers and catchment groups to help them develop public access routes when they are doing riparian planting. Felicity and Ric’s work is important because there is a strong link between good public access to land and hea…
To end our series on haka we talk all about the most famous haka, Ka mate. Detailing the life of its creator, one of Māoridom's greatest military leaders, Te Rauparaha of Ngāti Toa. Check out the website and shownotes! Become a Patron! https://www.patreon.com/historyaotearoa Buy some merch! https://teespring.com/stores/hanz-podcast ★ Support this p…
Just how many New Zealanders have connections to Ireland? The Irish Embassy has been trying to find out, in a world-first mapping project.
Coming up in this episode; we see what Budget 2022 has in it for farmers with economist Cameron Bagrie… We profile Craigmore farming Services, this year’s recipient of the Fonterra Responsible Dairying Award… And we tell you what you need to know about a new change in tax law that could see you paying GST if you’re selling the farm homestead… See o…
Hoki mai anō ki Kupu Kupu Kupu. Ka wānangahia e tātou ētahi anō kupu whakakaha kāore i kōrerotia i te puni 130. Ka kōrerotia hoki ngā whakamahinga e whakaaetia ana te whakamahi me ētahi kāore e whakaaetia ana. Welcome back to Kupu Kupu Kupu. We deliberate over more adjective intensifiers that weren't mentioned in ep 130 (pt 1). We also discuss thei…
At the turn of the millennium, the Timorese people voted for independence from Indonesia. Twenty years on, The Detail talks to New Zealanders who played a part in building a new democracy.
Our overseas correspondent in Japan, Motoko Kakubayashi joins us from Tokyo.
Our Techie Teen, Charlie Cuff joins us once again. Tonight he looks at AI companions and their possible uses in the aged care industry.
This week one of our cohort has come down with a bit of a bug, so we have foregone our regular interview for some sneaky tunes and a little run through of some minor parties, in true trainspotting tradition.By Andy Fleming, Cam Smith
Bernard Hickey (When The Facts Change; parliament studio) and Toby Manhire (Gone By Lunchtime; Auckland studio) join forces for a budget reaction crossover special. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's not illegal to send food products to Russia under New Zealand's sanctions regime, but many exporters are boycotting the market in response to the invasion of Ukraine. The Detail talks to one apple grower about what that means for business.
A battle between Old School Simplicity and High-end, High-production Value Showbusiness Showmanship. Cameron wants to see Jeff Bezos sitting on top of a good old fashioned dunk tank filled with sulfuric acid. Matt has conceived of a brand new idea - a Spiderman musical! Who will prevail? Certainly not our billionaires, that’s for sure. Thanks to ed…
Ahead of the upcoming Blue Dragon Book Fair in Wellington, we Speak to Australian, Michael Brosowski who in 2002 founded the Blue Dragon Children's Foundation based in Hanoi Vietnam with the aim of ending child trafficking in the area through education, advocacy and even football.
Show 45 Darrell Bird (Dive Zone Whitianga) Welcome to ALTBAYS Show (feat. Christine Threadgold and Leo Magri) Meet Darrell Bird Darrell learnt how to dive in the Red Sea in Egypt. He opened the successful Dive Zone in Whitianga that attracts many dedicated students keen to learn about the possibilities that the diving industry offers. Darrell is pa…
In this episode, we look at two ways to ask the question, ‘Do you have…?’ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Could a domestic coastal shipping service ease some of the country’s supply chain woes, get more heavy freight off the roads and help reduce emissions?
Our Military Historian, Damien Fenton is back - he'll be taking a look at Finland and the Winter War of 1939-40 where the Finns amazed the world with their brave - and highly effective - resistance against the invasion by Stalin's Red Army.
On the sixty-forth episode, Arina talks to her friend Crystal Tawhai about her PhD in female Māori leadership, her journey with her cultural identity and how she takes care of her mental health by mind-dumping. *Marae (Tribal Meeting Place), Koro (grandfather), Hāpu (subtribe), Māori (indigenous people of NZ), Te Ao Māori (the Māori worldview), Whā…
Australians go to the polls on Saturday - all the signs are pointing to a Labor victory, but can Scott Morrison defy the odds and keep the Liberal-National Coalition in power?
Show 44 Sandra Goudie (Thames-Coromandel District Mayor) Welcome to ALTBAYS Show (feat. Chloe Potae and Leo Magri) Meet Sandra Goudie Sandra has been the Mayor of Thames-Coromandel since 2016. She was the Member of Parliament for the Coromandel electorate from 2002 to 2011, representing the National Party. Sandra was a dairy farmer before entering …
A look at the release of Victoria Casey QC ‘s independent review for Immigration NZ into the detention in prison of people seeking asylum.
Helene Elliot from the LA times is chasing the Los Angeles hockey team, The LA Kings in the ice hockey playoffs, and they are likely to move on to the next round of the playoffs.
Tonight's piece of audio to calm our souls comes from a listener. If you'd like to send us some audio email us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Raymond Sagapolutely joins us once again with an update from South Auckland.
Josh and M return once more to the well that is conspiracy theories in fiction. There are a lot of spoilers to that show you probably watched an episode of. You know the one. It ran, what? A season? You probably only saw it on late night TV. Indeed, it rather annoys me now that M didn't talk at all about the "War of the Worlds" TV series. Not the r…
It was the biggest eruption the world had seen in decades, but there's still so much scientists are piecing together about what happened when Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai blew.
Two best friends who started a finance podcast at the start of the pandemic look back two years later. Simran Kaur and Sonya Guptham talk to Kadambari Raghukumar in this episode of Voices.
The New Zealand dollar has taken a hit lately, falling sharply against the USD as nerves continue to fray around global growth, especially as it pertains to China. ASB Chief Economist, Nick Tuffley, spoke to Rural Exchange’s Dominic George and Hamish McKay about the factors contributing to global economic uncertainty. See omnystudio.com/listener fo…
With the Australian federal election only a week away we speak with Animal Justice Party candidate, Meg Watkins, about the parties positions on animals. I also share some of the documented animal policies from other parties. In the second half of the show we hear about a recent advocacy win from Kristin Leigh from Melbourne Against Horse Drawn Carr…
On the show today; we look at the state of the sheep milk industry in NZ, from fringe beginnings to a burgeoning future… We catch up with a recruitment agency looking to bring farm workers from Indonesia to NZ to fill the labour shortage… And speaking of labour shortages, we discuss how the veterinary industry is set to be replenished by being incl…
Hewett spoke to Rural Exchange about Silver Fern Farms' recent annual meeting and about the importance of understanding exactly what it is that your customer wants. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By rova | Today FM
Coming up in this episode; we look at a petition presented to the Conservation Minister to try and stop the sale of two East Coast farms to overseas forestry interests… We assess the impacts of the fall in the NZ dollar with ASB Chief Economist Nick Tuffley… And we discuss the slow demise of grassroots rugby... See omnystudio.com/listener for priva…
Show 43 Jess Hamilton (Biker/Tattoo Enthusiast) Welcome to ALTBAYS Show (feat. Christine Threadgold and Leo Magri) Meet Jess Hamilton Jess grew up in the Coromandel. She knows all the windy roads in the area very well. Having a motorbike does make life around here much easier and fun! Jess comes to the ALTBAYS Show to share stories about life on tw…
Is New Zealand prepared for the impacts of a nuclear war or some other global catastrophe? With Russia's ongoing war in Ukraine, it's not beyond the realm of possibility.
Ka āta wetewete te tokotoru o Taringa i ngā pātai ka tukuna mai e koutou. Kia piri mai ki tēnei puni kia rongo ai, kia wānanga ai hoki i ngā kōrero ka puta. The Taringa trio unpack the queries sent in by you. Join us to hear and deliberate on the conversation that eventuates.By Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
Our Overseas Correspondent from Canada, Peggy Revell joins us from Medicine Hat Alberta.
Welcome to Killionaire TV: Episode Three, with two contestants and one goal: End the life of a trillionaire. Our contestants today are Mack from the UK who’s political ambitions are matched only by his lack of preparation for his pitch. In stark contrast, we have Shortney, an American who brings a meticulously planned plot involving a lot of math, …