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Welcome to the weekly podcast of LIFE, a church based in Melbourne, Australia and Auckland, New Zealand, led by Ps Paul and Maree de Jong. Our vision is to impact and change our generation with the reality of Jesus, and pray that this podcast would both challenge and encourage you. To learn more about our church and services, visit lifeau.org
 
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
 
Kehinde Sonola presents Deeply Serene, a weekly selection of uplifting Deep House Music with an infusion of Classical Blues, Funk, Garage, Jazz, Latin, Soul and Techno Beats. Bringing listeners tunes from Antarctica to Auckland to Brasilia to Lagos to London to Los Angeles to Palestine to Tokyo, the podcast hopes to spread the good vibes and connect people across this beautiful planet, we call Earth, through their love of music.
 
In 1972 David & Margaret McCracken began New Life Christian Centre in Manurewa reaching out to the people of South Auckland with the good news of Jesus Christ. As time went on the benefits and safety of belonging to a larger family of churches became desirable, leading us to become a part of the New Life Churches movement. In 1988 Jim & Anneke Shaw were handed the leadership of the church and in 2011 the leadership was handed to Stephen & Susan Miller. Manukau New Life Church, as we are know ...
 
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.
 
Listen back to features and interviews from 95bFM's daily news & current affairs show, The Wire. Your hosts Zoë Larsen Cumming, Jemima Huston, Bronwyn Wilde, Justin Wong and Oscar Perress 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.
 
Verbal Highs is a long-form interview podcast with people who create & innovate in their chosen art form, vocation, back shed, main stage, peer group, or shower cubicle. Based in Tāmaki Makaurau, New Zealand, Lewis Tennant explores the lives & thoughts of the likes of musicians, writers, film makers, actors, and comedians... as well as hosting those that make things happen side of stage, below the line, and under the radar. Please like Dr Tennant's Verbal Highs on Facebook, follow @verbalhig ...
 
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 host Lee. 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.
 
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.
 
Inspired by many well-known storytelling events and podcasts held worldwide (The Moth, This American Life), The Watercooler is a platform for people from all walks to tell stories both true and imagined. Storytellers are given a simple brief to share a story inspired by the month’s theme, whether based on real-life experiences or entirely fictional. Recorded live Basement Theatre (Auckland). Want to share your story? Register your interest to speak at a future event by emailing the organiser ...
 
Hosted by Lulu, Tom, Mookie & Buzzy, yr mates with over 15 years local and international touring experience, and more performing in some of New Zealand's most respected hard, fast and heavy bands. They've wined and dined Slayer, partied with NOFX and Municipal Waste and shared a stage with Suicidal Tendencies. No One else knows hard, fast & heavy quite like them. Expect two hours worth of local and international punk, hardcore, screamo, doom, metal and thrash every Sunday night. Broadcast fr ...
 
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Andrew Henry - Principal NZ Collections Heritage - shares his enjoyment of the book Range : why generalists triumph in a specialized world. Noted as a 'ground-breaking and exhilarating exploration into how to be successful in the 21st century' it is written by David Epstein the acclaimed author of The sports Gene.You can find this book on our catal…
 
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…
 
Today on your bFM Breakfast: We're feeling somehwat festive on this grey Tuesday with some exciting news to share; Second Guessing wakes us up this morning; the Mayor dials in to talk through Māori seats in council, budgets, and climate change; Phodiso pops in to talk about his latest EP and playing the 95bFM, Whammy Bar & Wine Cellar Xmas Party; Z…
 
From the University of Auckland's Faculty of Education and Social Work, Anna Vasilyeva pops into the studio as she nears the end of her PhD thesis which is focused around female body image in the age of social media. Anna chats to Rachel about the possible effects of the media's use of image manipulation on our beauty standards and the importance o…
 
On September 27th, 2020, fighting along the so-called line of control between Azerbaijan and the region of Nagorno-Karabakh broke out. Azerbaijani forces advanced throughout the month and Armenian resistance struggled to hold territory. On November 10, the two sides agreed to a peace agreement that has been brokered by Russia. Doug Becker speaks wi…
 
41 schools from around the country have received funding under the second round of the Government's Sustainability Contestable Fund. The fund aims to help schools reduce emissions and save money. Noah spoke to New Zealand Educational Institute President, Liam Rutherford, about promoting sustainability in schools. He also spoke to Penny O'Brien, Pri…
 
Today on the Tuesday Wire, we have a new producer! Welcome Noah! Jemima begins by talk to to Kerri Nuku, the Kaiwhakahaere of the New Zealand Nurses Organisation, about the experience of working in managed isolation and how it has impacted their lives inside and outside of work. Noah looks into the Government’s Sustainability Contestable Fund for N…
 
Staff shortages are severely impacting the healthcare workers in Auckland’s managed isolation facilities and new employment terms mean that MIQ workers can no longer visit places where vulnerable people might be present. This got News and Editorial Director Jemima Huston thinking about how working in MIQ is impacting the everyday lives of healthcar…
 
On September 27th, 2020, fighting along the so-called line of control between Azerbaijan and the region of Nagorno-Karabakh broke out. Azerbaijani forces advanced throughout the month and Armenian resistance struggled to hold territory. On November 10, the two sides agreed to a peace agreement that has been brokered by Russia. Doug Becker speaks wi…
 
Every fortnight News and Editorial Director Jemima Huston will speak to Minister for Women Jan Tinetti about topical issues facing women, policy for women in New Zealand and the Minister’s work under her portfolio. Today Jemima and Jan catch up on the response to the changes made to the Equal Pay Act, how the Minister’s first few weeks have been, w…
 
Clinical psychologist Phoebe Pounter has lead a study which looks into how young women can view media with an engaged and critical eye to protect their body image. News and Editorial Director Jemima Huston was interested to speak to Phoebe about whether protecting your body image is as easy as simply approaching media with a critical eye. Phoebe go…
 
This week in her weekly chat with the Green Party co-leader James Shaw, Zoë Larsen Cumming asks him about the Greens' renewed commitment to push for meaningful change for Aotearoa's transgender and non-binary community, a recent petition on deep sea conservation, and the ongoing housing crisis to which Green Party co-leader Marama Davidson has attr…
 
Today on the Wire with Zoë Larsen Cumming: Zoë has her weekly chat with the Green Party co-leader James Shaw on the Greens' commitment to push for meaningful progress for Aotearoa's trans and non binary whanau, a deep sea conservation petition, and the housing crisis (again). Then, Aneeka talks to Glenis Philip-Barbara, the assistant Māori Commissi…
 
Andrew Becroft, Children's Commissioner, is officially recommending a total transformation of the current care and protection system for pēpi Māori after decades of calls for change to the system. Aneeka speak to Glenis Philip-Barbara, assistant Māori Commissioner, about issues facing pēpi Māori in state care and what changes we need to start seein…
 
The Advertising Standards Authority recently ruled that an advertisement posted by the National Party claiming a retired couple would have to pay $140 a week in taxes under the Green Party's proposed wealth tax was untrue. The Authority recieved 101 complaints of misleading political advertising this year, compared to just 16 during the 2017 electi…
 
Was the 2020 US election conducted properly? Will mail-in ballots be counted and will that count be allowed to stand? Will the US Supreme Court decide the final outcome? And what, in any case, will become of American democracy? In this urgent and timely event, University of Auckland lecturers use the lenses of law, political science, and psychology…
 
Kehinde Sonola Presents Deeply Serene Episode 362 Thank you for your time. Sincerely wishing you love and serenity. Look after yourself and the world. Please do subscribe to, rate and share the podcast. Support us at: https://www.paypal.me/help20ks The show is now available for free download on: Libsyn, Amazon Music, Deezer, iTunes, Gaana, Google P…
 
Sela Alo is a radio host with about 15 years of radio experience and currently, worked Flava with the "Wake Up Call" Breakfast show. He is a proud Samoan New Zealander, husband and father of three who (according to Sela) keep him busy, entertained and broke. Sela is now currently the General Manager of Content at Pacific Media Network and has a hug…
 
Thankful Thursday is a Series of podcasts that point out things that we should be thankful for and what we need to shine a light on. Hosts TimProvise and BeastMoze talk around the importance of Gratitude and the power of saying thank you. On this episode we talk about the power of the females in our life and how becoming a father has changed both o…
 
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