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Best Christchurch podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Christchurch podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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DJ Naid and Terence Rhoda along with guests, take you on a journey of Soulful & Deep House from a South African DJ's perspective. With featured guest DJ's from all over South Africa, you are sure to be entertained as a Soulful & Deep House music lover. DJ Naid brings you Hour 1 from his studio in Gauteng South Africa, while Terence Rhoda brings you Hour 2 from Christchurch New Zealand.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Produced at PlainsFM. Alcoholics Anonymous Radio Show is a 25 minute broadcast, brought to you by members of Alcoholics Anonymous based in the Christchurch area. The purpose of this show is to increase public awareness of Alcoholics Anonymous as an effective means of recovery from the disease of alcoholism. The format is simple - we talk briefly about what alcoholism is; then we interview one or two guest speakers, both of whom are recovering alcoholics, and we ask them to talk about their e ...
 
The School For Young Writers is a show dedicated to presenting the great work of primary and high school students under the guidance of the organisation 'Write On! School For Young Writers' with the talented support of theatre director Stephanie Frewen. Students devise, write, produce and perform their own creative radio plays. Be sure to listen in to these talented young writers because they could be our next leading authors,film-makers, script-writers, playwrights or radio stars! Kindly su ...
 
Welcome to "Paris s’eveille" - a programme dedicated to all things French and brought to you by Alliance Francaise Christchurch. During each programme, you can learn about French language and culture, be updated on current events and discover what’s happening in Christchurch. There will also be regular interviews with notable French visitors and nationals living in Christchurch, along with a touch of musique francaise. Tune in the first and third Thursday of the month at 7pm. Alliance Franca ...
 
A podcast that's all about music and the musical life Have you ever had a burning question about music, orchestras and the musical life that you really wanted to ask but didn’t know who or how? Now you can, with the CSO’s ‘Ask a Musician’ Q & A panel and the new bi-monthly podcast. We’ll answer your questions. Nothing is too serious or too bizarre. Simply email your questions to marketing@cso.co.nz with the name or alias that you wish to use, and your gender.
 
It's the podcast dividing listeners as we bring unique insights and interviews with the world's most notorious serial killers. Our case files bring you the facts, but our exclusive interviews show you another side -- the human side. Amanda Howard is a best selling true crime author who doesn't just talk about serial killers, she talks to them. Now Amanda is sharing almost 30 years worth of research, including letters and never-before-heard recordings that will shed new light on famous cases. ...
 
This podcast is an audio highlight reel: fiery debates, life-changing seminars, practical workshops, and the "best of" conferences, sermons, and audiobooks. At Canon Press, we're gospel outfitters: no matter who you are or what you do, you're called to be increasing in faithfulness. That's because Jesus's death and resurrection changed everything: All of Christ, for all of life, for all the world.
 
A selection of audio Podcasts from Christchurch Christian Centre UK located in Christchurch near Bournemouth in Dorset - An Elim Pentecostal Church. These messages are for the benefit of our members and for the wider church community. Visit our website for more information and follow us on facebook, twitter @CCCElimChurch or Instagram for regular updates. We hope you find these messages helpful and that they encourage you in your faith.
 
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26 August 2019 | WORD Christchurch Shifting Points of ViewIn his first book, 'The Other Side of Freedom: Race and justice in a divided America', Black Lives Matter activist DeRay Mckesson lays down the intellectual, pragmatic, and political framework for a new liberation movement.Mckesson places an idea of shared hope for a better future at the cor…
 
An organiser of the Black Lives Matter protest in Christchurch is standing by his decision to help create the event, despite social distancing rules not being followed. It was one of several events held around the country over weekend in solidarity with protesters in the United States after the police killing of George Floyd. The Deputy Prime Miste…
 
A beautiful shot in the wild can get thousands of likes – but some influencers are going too far.We speak to a nature lover who’s had enough. He says that disrespect of nature has risen alongside the popularity of social media. So he’s fighting fire with fire, with an Instagram account called Public Lands Hate You. His more than 70,000 followers an…
 
Harley attended the recent Black Lives Matter protest in Auckland, so we talk American politics. How many days since lockdown began in New Zealand? We have no idea! What we do know is the Kiwi film business is starting to look promising. Guy found a review of our second feature film Older the Movie, but what was the star rating?? Harley got some ex…
 
The government is committing to buying more than $1.5 billion dollars-worth of new planes for the Defence Force. It is purchasing five new Lockheed Martin Super Hercules to replace the outdated 1960s Hercules fleet. However the Green Party says the country should not be investing in war-making capabilities and should have looked at cheaper options.…
 
An extra 40,000 struggling businesses will be able to access the next round of the wage subsidy scheme following a drop in eligibility requirements. The current wage subsidy scheme runs out on Monday, having paid out nearly $11 billion to cover 1.6 million jobs. A new round of payments will be made available next week, with 230 thousand businesses …
 
Families affected by Pharmac's decision to switch brands of Epilepsy drug say they have had no say in a report into the drug buying agencies processes, and are insulted by its findings. The review, which was commissioned by Pharmac, found its processes were of a high standard but it should have consulted its consumer advisory group. It comes as the…
 
A single tea bag and a burned sock were vital clues that led to finding trampers Jessica O'Connor and Dion Reynolds alive and well. The pair was found hungry and exhausted last week in a remote part of the Kahurangi National Park, 19 days after setting off for a hike, and more than a week after they were reported overdue. One of the volunteers who …
 
Hundreds of displaced Queenstown workers may be used to help tackle a growing pest problem - wilding pines. It's part of the $100 million the government announced in March to help redeploy workers affected by Covid-19. On Friday Biosecurity Minister Damien O'Connor visited a wilding pine site in Skippers Canyon near Queenstown, where some tourism w…
 
The Earthquake Commission's boss Sid Miller is again apologising on Friday, just a week and a half after saying sorry to 8,000 customers for accidentally leaking their personal details to a lawyer and their client. Friday's apology, for taking two weeks to finally write to the people affected to tell them it was their details that had been leaked. …
 
Auckland Airport chief executive Adrian Littlewood wants a blueprint for a Trans-Tasman travel bubble on Cabinet's agenda when it meets on Monday. The company has cut over 100 jobs and could be forced to make more changes if there are lengthy delays in approving the bubble. Checkpoint reporter Nick Truebridge and camerman Nick Monro visited the Auc…
 
A man who viciously stabbed a family's miniature pony 41 times has been jailed for two and a half years after what the sentencing judge described as a cruel and barbaric attack. Reginald Ozanne, who initially denied killing the pony, even visited Star's home to protest his innocence in the months leading up to his arrest. Star's owner, Mandy Bulloc…
 
Air New Zealand chief executive Greg Foran has told Checkpoint refunding all customers for cancelled flights would ground the airline for good. The national carrier is losing $5 million a day and is bracing for potentially more job losses saying it needs to slash $150 million more from its wage bill. It has already ditched 4,000 jobs with some empl…
 
Hosted by DJ Naid - Bookings - djnaid@icloud.com Produced by DJ Naid and Terence Rhoda MIX - DJ Mpilo 1. Atjazz - LWE 2. Martin Denzel - Perfectly Enough 3. AtJazz - We Still Here 4. Tony Spikily - Undestand 5. Davi - Solar Sail 6. Dub fire - Lotus 7. Yalia, Niko - Molly & Sally 8. Robert Owens - Love Someone(Fusion Remix) 9. Aerosol - Celebrate Go…
 
Hosted by Terence Rhoda Produced by Terence Rhoda and DJ Naid PRODUCERS CORNER DJ Naid - Native Roots https://djnaid.bandcamp.com MIX - DJ Naid - Soulful House 1. Chagos feat Lasego - Queen Of The Palace (Original Mix) 2. DVine Lopez - Let Us Unite (Tekniq Distant Journey Mix) 3. 4. Problem Child Ten83 feat Dvine Lopez - Musical Feeling (Zulumafia …
 
While Covid-19 slowed the country to a standstill, one rehab centre has been kept busy. The Central Energy Trust Wildbase recovery in Palmerston North has finally reopened its doors to the public - but some birds made it their home during lockdown. Four Kereru, a little blue penguin and even one Kiwi are among the residents in recovery waiting to b…
 
A long-time campaigner is bewildered that the forever-promised Katikati bypass has not made the cut for a shovel-ready project. The Western Bay of Plenty District Council has had success in getting most of its proposed projects for the urgent funding through to the next stage - but not the bypass. State Highway 2 cuts right through the middle of th…
 
There's been good news and bad for key players in the tourism sector this week. The government has announced support for strategic tourist assets. It will provide $4m to Discover Waitomo and up to $20.2m for New Zealand's 31 regional tourism organisations. Meanwhile, early modelling from Infometrics shows the GDP of tourism hotspot Queenstown decli…
 
Gisborne iwi Rongowhakaata is welcoming the opportunity to have their say on the instalment of two new replicas of Captain Cook's ship the Endeavour in the city. The district council came under fire last week for voting 11 to 3 in favour of installing the replicas without any public consultation, and have since decided to revoke their decision. A s…
 
The introduction of cameras on commercial fishing boats has been delayed for 15 months, with no explanation. In 2017 the then National Government introduced legislation requiring cameras, but it has since been repeatedly delayed by the Labour-led coalition government. Cameras were supposed to be on board the boats from July the first, but this week…
 
Small businesses are expected to face another dip in revenue when the second round of wage subsidies runs out. Year-on-year their revenue was down 10 percent in March and 34 percent in April. The data was collected by the accountancy software firm Xero. But some economists are saying the shock from Covid-19 is not quite as bad as expected. Craig Hu…
 
The memorial service for George Floyd in Minneapolis has now been going for more than an hour and a half. Noted civil rights leader, Reverend Al Sharpton gave the eulogy. He told the crowd that Mr Floyd's death was just one example of police brutality and the racism occuring everyday all across America. In the last few minutes, a judge has set bail…
 
Appallingly slow to happen and should have been done years ago. That's one verdict of the Law Society's plan to consult the public on how to stamp out bullying and sexual harassment within the legal community. Under the proposed rules, law firms would have to report each year on how they are dealing with complaints. Rachel Thomas reports.…
 
A former Australian Prime Minister is warning the world is sliding towards anarchy as the United States abandons its global leadership position in the Covid-19 crisis. Kevin Rudd made the comments in an episode of the RNZ podcast After the Virus, looking at the politics of the pandemic and shifts in global power. He appeared alongside CNN internati…
 
A slight bounce in the economy is brightening the outlook as the country heads into the winter months and alert level one. Retail spending is up and New Zealand shares rose for a third day yesterday. Key indicators have led some economists to point to a faster recovery than expected. Westpac chief economist Dominick Stephens and Kiwibank senior eco…
 
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