Equippers Church is a whole heap of friends championing one another to go higher in Jesus Christ.
Welcome to Ngā Pātaka Kōrero Auckland Libraries podcast page! Catch up on author talks, events and concerts, and hear more in-depth commentary from the curatorial team behind our taonga treasured collections and exhibitions.
Universal Harmony is a values-based show dedicated to playing conscious and current music that connects people regardless of genre; togetherness is at the heart of the show. Broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand on Tuesday evenings from 10pm.
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Multi-Exit Entrepreneur, FORTUNE 100 Content Consultant & Global Speaker. Based between San Francisco, USA & Auckland, New Zealand. National Champion Ex-Professional Snowboarder & Snowboard World Championships Silver Medalist, Olympics TV Commentator & Executive Producer with over 20+ years experience in the media industry.
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.
A Church to call home, with Senior Pastors Paul and Maree de Jong and Campuses in Auckland, New Zealand and Melbourne, Australia. We are a church where people are our priority. Through our four major focuses: Church, Community, Business and Kingdom, we are on purpose to impact and change generations with the reality of Jesus. With Sunday services, NEXT STEPS and mid-week local gatherings throughout Auckland (NZ) and Melbourne (AUS), we know you'll find a home at LIFE.
Jonny & Big Hungry bring you a special three-hour psychedelic playground of music, japes and similar shenanigans. Broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand from 4pm-7pm weekdays.
Delicate folk reveries, woozy psychedelia, deeply stoned lunar ragas and assorted noises from off the beaten track to keep you blissfully zoned out into the early hours of the morning. Psychic Glands with Aaron is broadcast on 95bFM, and independent & alternative radio station in Auckland, New Zealand.
Podcast hosted by Horizon Church NZ.
The Provise Project is the conversation you wish you listened in on, It is the Decathlon of Interviews, Research, Banter, Stories, Laughter all wrapped into one fuzzy bearded South Auckland Interviewer. TimProvise brings the laughs as he interviews Local and International legends in his own crazy and out of the gate way. Asking questions live on his twitch stream or from viewers from Patreon. Jump on in and lets get chatting
Funnily enough, it's about cricket! A show that talks about what's happening, who's performing and who's not, and all done with a healthy dose of New Zealand cricket fan humour/realism...go on, you'll enjoy it!
Tune in to talks from various speakers at Saint Augustine's
Guy Pigden and Harley Neville are New Zealand filmmakers collectively known as Pigville Productions. Their first feature film 'I Survived A Zombie Holocaust' is available on DVD and iTunes and their second feature film 'Older' is currently in post production. As YouTube partners their channel has reached over 11 million views and 20,000 subscribers, join these two maverick filmmakers as they discuss their adventures in the screen trade. Join the conversation and get in touch! Facebook: www.f ...
Our weekly catch up with the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern.
We examine what has made the news this week in and around Auckland Real Estate. We want to bring you interviews with property commentators, MP’s, urban planners and all sorts of other professionals involved in the Auckland Property Market. This podcast is brought to you by Jafa Homes, check us out at http://www.jafahomes.co.nz
Auckland Writers Festival is New Zealand’s premiere festival of books and ideas, delivering a vibrant programme of events each May. The world’s writers and thinkers explore ideas, share stories, debate issues, perform, entertain crowds and generate brilliant conversations about fiction, non-fiction, science, economics, politics, music, the media, film, art, history, poetry, religion and much more Subscribe to this channel for exclusive talks from some of our biggest events.
Live magazine programme on the worlds of arts, literature, film, media and music.
Elim Christian Centre Manurewa exists to be a centre of hope to reach, serve and influence the community of South Auckland. We are a church that welcomes as family, expects breakthrough, is invitational and are relevant to whoever walks through the doors of 198 Mahia road, Wattle downs or listens to one of our messages online. We would love to connect with you and meet you at one of our upcoming Sunday services. Find out more at www.elimchristiancentre.org.nz
Elim Christian Centre Botany exists to be a centre of hope to reach, serve and influence the community of East Auckland. We are a church that welcomes as family, expects breakthrough, is invitational and are relevant to whoever walks through the doors of 159 Botany road, Botany Downs or listens to one of our messages online. We would love to connect with you and meet you at one of our upcoming Sunday services. Find out more at www.elimchristiancentre.org.nz
Listen back to features and interviews from 95bFM's daily news & current affairs show, The Wire. Your hosts Jessica Hopkins, Jemima Huston, Frances Wright, Zazi Hewlett, Justin Wong and Noah Ferguson-Dudding focus on the issues of Tāmaki Makaurau and elsewhere, in independent-thinking bFM style. Weekdays 12-1pm on 95bFM.
Hosted by 95bFM and New Zealand DJ institution Stinky Jim, Stinky Grooves encompasses the broadest beats and most delightfully robust rhythms sourced from all corners of the globe... and beyond. From the freshest reggaematical business to crucial cumbia, exceedingly eclectic electronics and a smattering of the most righteously rocking malarkey, the three hours of Stinky Grooves offers bountiful rewards to the attentive listener and their headphones. Broadcast Tuesday evenings from 7pm.
James Kristie and Tom discuss sci-fi over coffee.
Dubhead has hosted The Rhythm Selection since it first launched on 95bFM in 1990. The content is best described as "Ghetto Music", encompassing vintage ska, rocksteady, roots reggae, dub, dancehall, funk, and hip-hop, as well as showcasing contemporary music from New Zealand and abroad. Interviews with visiting reggae artists are sometimes featured and Dubhead is often joined in the studio by notable international and local guest selectors. The Rhythm Selection airs Monday 9-11pm, and repeat ...
Welcome to Auckland Conversations, where you are invited to join those creating the world’s most liveable cities. From exploring the implications of climate change to discussing the virtues of public art, our series of free Auckland Conversations events have brought influential speakers and world-class ideas to the people of Auckland from leaders and experts in design, planning, heritage, environment and socio-economics. Now you can join the conversation from wherever you are by streaming Au ...
A motley crew of academics from the University Of Auckland educate you on a range of thought-provoking topics. Thanks to the University of Auckland.
Equippers is led by Pastors Sam and Kathy Monk. Pastor Sam is the leader of Equippers, which spans across the nations of New Zealand, Tonga, England, Switzerland, Germany and the Philippines. At Equippers we love God and are passionate about seeing people equipped for life through faith in Jesus Christ. The Auckland Equippers Church is a thriving Church of different cultures, backgrounds and people of all ages. It's a Church that feels like home, where you're part of a big family. It's a pla ...
Listen back to feature interviews and performances from 95bFM Breakfast w/ Rachel. Weekly features (such as Loose Reads or Travelling Tunes) all have their own feeds, so to listen or subscribe, head to 95bFM.com/bCasts and pick and choose from the bCasts list. 95bFM Breakfast w/ Rachel.
A rotating cast of the finest political minds offer up commentary on the big topics of the week. Broadcast Thursday mornings from Auckland, New Zealand.
This podcast will give you up to date information on products designed and released by Conqra. For more information visit: www.conqra.com
New Zealand insurance law updates and analysis.
Get the news before it breaks! Rhys Mathewson and guests predict next week's headlines live on stage at The Classic in Auckland.
Inspirational messages from The River Christian Church
Monthly DJ Mix of the latest House & Progressive. Use the hashtag #wademarriner on twitter & facebook.
New Zealand's longest-running kids radio show, the 95bFM Kids' Show is a place where children get to share their thoughts, interests and talents live on the radio, with hosts Lee and/or Finn. Running since forever-ago, the Kids' Show features games and competitions, stories, songs and lots of laughter as well as plain old conversation. It's a happy community of children and families who call up every week to chat and participate. Broadcast on 95bFM every Sunday morning from 7 to 9am.
Elim Christian Centre City exists to be a centre of hope to reach, serve and influence the Central suburbs of Auckland. We are a church that welcomes as family, expects breakthrough, is invitational and are relevant to whoever walks through ours doors or listens to one of our messages online. We would love to connect with you and meet you at one of our upcoming Sunday services. Find out more at www.elimchristiancentre.org.nz
Pennie Black flips through her record collection to bring you a Monday afternoon programme where it's the music that counts, playing the songs that soundtrack our alternative pasts and our unconventional present. Discerning listeners will hear hits from the classic era of 95bFM all the way to the now sounds of tomorrow, where the jingle-jangle of 80s alt-pop meets the modern noir sounds of effects-pedal dreamers; and the raw excitement of the 60s garage sits beside shimmering synth-pop from ...
Every Friday morning, the fanciest pantsiest acts in town, play live on Morning Glory with Hannah, thanks to NZOnAir Music. Broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand on Fridays after 10am.
Artbank is a weekly arts magazine show run as a collective by artists and writers active in the Auckland arts community and beyond. We are independent of any art institutions, galleries or funding bodies. We therefore aim to provide a unique and engaged perspective with a view to giving our audience access to a few of the multiple voices of the arts communities in Aotearoa.
MaLunga's Private Hour Sessions are a series of Provate School Piano mixtapes set for amapiano lovers.
NZPETeachercast is a podcast focusing on educators and teachers from New Zealand and around the world. We hear about the challenges and successes they are having while engaging in their passion of teaching.
Every Sunday Paddy and a trusted cadre of guests put the week out of its misery with one hundred and twenty minutes of ear-splitting rock and roll. Two hours of punk, metal, hip hop, hyperpop and everything Hard, Fast and Heavy. Broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand on the Lord's day from 11pm.
Every Monday night Rapley brings you two hours from the underbelly of punk, garage, rock 'n roll, psych and everything dirtbag. Paying special attention to local bands, festivals and goings on in the city that he trashes. Broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand on Monday nights at 7pm.
For first home buyers, based in Auckland, New Zealand.Most strategies covered are suitable for all over the world.
Sermons preached across various services at Northcross Church (Auckland, NZ)
Gin brings a no fuss three-hour package of next level, genre-free tunes to the bFM spaceship. Broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand on Tuesdays from 1pm.
RNZ daily and weekly programmes
Ethno-musicological finds from all our world with Dan, Andrew & Jason. Utilising an excellent and expanding network of obsessive collector enthusiasts and academic expert special guests, The Audible World focuses on specific regions, countries and cultures for an in-depth listen. Broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand on Sunday evenings from 9pm.
It's been the first weekend of our biggest city being open under the glow of the Covid-19 traffic light system. At Auckland's red setting, dining out involves reduced numbers, social distancing between tables, and set dining times. Mandy Lusk, Vivace co-owner, and Chand Sahrawat, co-owner of Sidart, Cassia and Sid at the French Cafe, have been adju…
Welcome to Equippers Church - Subscribe to our channel and keep up to date with our latest content.Help us spread the word by sharing this podcast with a friend.Follow us on:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/equipperschurchInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/equipperschurch To listen to our latest music release from Equippers Worship: https://ope…
Ps Judy Dawson shares how to pursue faith and to know the source of our faith that withstands the difficulties and the challenges of life.
As her first major retrospective in the UK opens in Manchester, the distinguished American artist Suzanne Lacy discusses a career which has seen her standing at the junction of aesthetics and activism, filmmaker Camille Griffin on her Christmas comedy horror - Silent Night, and a postcard from Bishop Auckland as the town undergoes a philanthropic a…
The Convenience Continuum.Can you treat the pain of family grief with a 16th century elixir? Find out on this episode of Literary Lounge with Alison and Ineka.By Auckland Libraries
News from the business sector, including a market report.
A brief update from the RNZ sports team.
The latest news in Samoan language (Gagana Samoa).
News from the rural and farming sector.
A brief update from the business sector.
A fence blocking access across the Raglan Airfield to the beach is expected to be installed this week. The council says the fence could prevent a serious accident, but locals aren't convinced. Roger MacCulloch, Waikato District Council's service delivery general manager, spoke to Corin Dann.
A fence blocking access across the Raglan Airfield to the beach is expected to be installed this week. The Waikato District Council says the fence could prevent a serious accident. But locals say it is not wanted nor needed. One of those who's been protesting at the airfield is Raglan resident Ra Puriri.…
Whanganui is on high alert after the appearance of its first Covid-19 case from the Delta outbreak. Two locations of interest have been identified so far - the public toilets at Kai Iwi Beach on Tuesday, and the Polson St Foodmarket on Friday. Health authorities says the person is well and self-isolating at a supervised isolation unit. They'd recen…
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For just the third time in test cricket's 144-year history, all 10 wickets in an innings went to a single bowler. The remarkable feat was achieved by New Zealand's own Ajaz Patel, who dismissed the entire Indian team in Mumbai over the weekend. First Up managed to get hold of Ajaz's dad, Yunus, yesterday as celebrations in the family's Auckland hom…
West Auckland is one of the hotspots of New Zealand's Covid-19 pandemic. At the community testing station in Henderson, upwards of 50 people can test positive for the virus in a single day. At the same time, hundreds of people who have Covid or who live with someone who's tested positive are self isolating in the area. Maori are being particularly …
We head to the United States now, where the first week of the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell has wrapped up, and the jury was provided a window into the life of privilege and luxury shared by Maxwell and convicted paedophile Jeffery Epstein. Nathan Rarere was joined from New York by our correspondent Bevan Hurley who spent the week covering the trial f…
To the state of fresh produce now - Nathan Rarere was joined from the markets by our Minister of Fruit and Veggies, Glenn Forsyth.
To Europe now, Nathan Rarere spoke with our correspondent Alex Baird who was on a train in Germany.
We begin this morning in Canada where there are growing calls to boycott the Beijing Winter Olympics.. Nathan Rarere discussed this with is our correspondent in Canada, Laura McQuillan.
A global shortage of microchips may not be good for your Christmas present list, but one New Zealand company is cashing in.
Bringing Africa to Aotearoa, a film at a time - AFFNZ 2021
After 107 days Auckland is finally out of lockdown and has entered the 'Traffic Light System', how does this affect our heroes? Harley had a poetry gig and Guy has multiple videos in the pipeline. The circle of life gets a mention and the new Venom movie gets a review. Harley got a new car and Guy has some some editing advice. Plus lots more, tune …
Rowena Field is a PhD student in the Faculty of Medicine and Health at the University of Sydney whose just-completed thesis investigated the effects of a low-carb ketogenic diet on chronic pain.
RNZ’s previous plan to reach younger people collapsed in early 2020 after opposition to RNZ Concert cuts - and pushback from commercial broadcasters. This week RNZ fired up Tahi - a more modest effort for the under-served youth audience. What’s the plan this time?
Oscar-nominated British actor Tim Roth joins the show to discuss his latest move, Bergman Island, and his experience of living and working in New Zealand on the movie Punch during the first lockdown.
Were the Brothers Grimm saving traditional stories from oblivion when they published them, or stealing the livelihoods of travelling storytellers? This is one of the questions posed in Coromandel-based writer Stephanie Parkyn's new historical novel. Freedom of the Birds is set in 19th century Europe just as Napoleon's Empire was collapsing. Remi is…
The rarest postage stamps, the fabled Plate 77 Penny Reds, are at the heart of the latest Detective Dan Calder crime novel by Ian Austin. You can throw in a terrorist bombing plot at Auckland Airport, a photograph that's been torn in two and Dan's chaotic family life into the mix. Ian Austen is a former detective himself so he clearly knows what he…
"Do Not Regret Growing Older, It Is A Privilege Denied to Many" is the defiant wording on one of the works by Taranaki textile artist Jeanette Verster in an exhibition called I Haven't Lost My Marbles (Yet). The title's taken from her embroidery of a head with a brain filled with shiny green marbles. It's part of what Jeanette calls "an ABC for the…
The strange made familiar and the familiar made strange find a home in the stories gathered together in Year's Best: Aotearoa New Zealand Science Fiction & Fantasy Volume 3. Marie Hodgkinson has selected 22 stories for this third celebration of short stories in both genres. But are science fiction readers in the mood for stories that relate in any …
Many residencies offer artists and writers a comfortable house for a few months to relax in and concentrate on completing a project. You need to be a bit more intrepid to apply for the Auckland Regional Parks Artist in Residence where you're going to be spending a lot of time in the wilderness, night and day, Titirangi poet Elizabeth Welsh has rece…
In his just-released memoir Performer, theatre-maker, film director, writer and community activist Paul Maunder reflects on a life lived in both the mainstream and on the fringes.
It's 2034 and you're part of the team in the control room on an international space station on the planet Mars. Suddenly there's a code red - and it's going to take a team effort to avert a catastrophe. Part video game, part live theatre, Destination Mars is the latest production from the award winning company that created APOLLO 13: Mission Contro…
Teresa Peters is an actress, production and graphic designer and make-up artist who's collaborated for many years with her partner, filmmaker Florian Habicht. Today she can add Aotearoa's top ceramacist to her CV, having taken out the top 2021 Portage Ceramic Award for a work that the judges suspect may raise eyebrows - given that it's a photograph…
Listen to a hope-filled message from guest speaker, Ps Steve Kelly (Senior Pastor, Wave Church) as we're reminded of God's sovereignty, power and ability to step into our circumstance and turn things around. _ To find out more about LIFE, visit us at lifenz.org
Oscar Pistorius was back in the headlines this week after he moved closer to Reeva Steenkamp's family ahead of reconciliation talks that could lead to his early release from prison. Journalist Tim Rohan offers an update.
In terms of well-worn rock back stories, Deep Purple's Smoke on the Water must just about take the cake. Former Supergroove member Nick Atkinson looks at the song that includes one of the most famous riffs in rock history.
Harvard professor of human evolutionary biology and author of the new book, Exercised, Daniel Lieberman explains how we evolved to be physically active, but we never evolved to do physical activity that's not rewarding.
Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood and celebrated Kiwi entertainer Rietta Austin are in the race for the UK's hotly-contested Christmas #1 market with their new single, 'It's Christmas, Merry Christmas!'
Pastor Hangyul continues our study through the Gospel of Mark.By Northcross Church
Dr Francis Hunter and his wife Mandana moved to Philadelphia about this time three years ago. They got in one "relatively normal" year and then Covid arrived and turned everything upside down. But they are loving the experience.
The National Party has new leadership, after an intense focus on the outgoing leader Judith Collins. But while no-one will forget her in a hurry, the name of her successor still seems to confuse the media.
Opponents of the bipartisan bill aimed at enabling housing blitzed the media over the past few weeks. Many of the reports failed to include relevant context and balancing opinion.
Spotlight swings onto new National's new leader; an anti-intensification housing media blitz; RNZ's 'Tahi' - 'the one' for rangatahi?
Dr Anne Unkenstein is a neuropsychologist and author of the book Memory-wise: How memory works and what to do when it doesn't. She's with us to look at misremembering and why our memory isn't probably as bad as we think.
On the Panel this morning are Mike Williams and Janet Wilson. They look at whether the media are giving new National leader Christopher Luxon a fair go, the billion-dollar climate action package, and rates hikes for Aucklanders.
Dr Gary McLean is a researcher at Imperial College as well as being a Professor of molecular immunology at London Metropolitan University, and an international authority on coronaviruses. He joins the show for an update on Omicron.
Some ministers and ministries have special powers to unilaterally make new laws. And a small group of lawyerly MPs have the job of breaking out the microscope and checking they do it right.
Hymns for the second Sunday in Advent include Shirley Murray’s Look towards Christmas, and People look East.
Tony Ward began his quest for a better criminal rehabilitation model when he was appointed as the inaugural director of the Kia Marama treatment programme for child sex offenders at Christchurch's Rolleston Prison in 1989. His experience there changed the way he thought about people who commit offences, and how best to help them find other ways to …