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Chaque vendredi, de 18h à 19h, écoutez "WAGWAAANNN ?!", le nouveau rendez-vous sur RCV 99FM pour se tenir au courant des concerts et soirées à venir sur Lille et sa métropole ! Au programme, l'agenda des sorties du weekend, des places de concerts à gagner, du son, des invités...
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Du Nerd

Richelle Lies

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A podcast is about nerdy events in the Twin Cities and greater Midwest area. You'll hear from local artists, businesses, and event coordinators that cater to the geekdom at large. You should listen if you want to support or connect with fellow nerds.
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Krewe du Drew, with hosts Andrew Alexander & Drew Holtkamp, focuses on LSU, Alabama & the rest of the SEC, as well as the New Orleans Saints, NFL and whatever else the duo finds interesting. Andrew went to LSU, Drew went to Alabama. Both guys now call New Orleans home. Let the fun begin!
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The F1ELLAS - is a Fan-based Podcast focused on F1 racing and general motorsports. The Podcast will be fully interactive with live streaming for fans to comment on F1 practices, qualifying, sprint races and the main event of the weekend. A family-oriented show with special guests such as celebrity fans and upcoming professional racers. Come and share your views with us, and let’s have diverse interactions in Motorsports.
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Expect a cycling podcast with reviews, previews, lots of laughs and several tasty takes on the world of cycling. Are you interested in our views on the pro cycling world? Give our podcast a listen on your favourite podcast platform or stay here and enjoy our recordings. Are you interested in the daily news coming from both the men’s and women’s peloton? Give us a follow on X and other social media platforms. You won’t regret it, we promise!
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Maritime Noon is a one-hour program devoted to delivering informative reports and interviews which explore issues that are of interest to Maritimers. Join host Bob Murphy weekdays from noon to 1 p.m.
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Booking & Promos: tybur@tyburofficial.com Are you ready to be taken from your busy, mundane life, down a twisted path of euphoria and melancholy? From the netherworld which rests just below the surface of this universe, Tybur is infatuated with mortals and their joie de vivre. He will show you the edge where darkness lies, but guide you back to the light, gifting you a fervent outlook on life. Described by Canadian Musician Magazine as ‘a force to be reckoned with’, Tybur emerged from the We ...
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Shut Up and Say Something!® with Deedre Daniel

The Interesting Conversations Company®

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Are you bored? Do you feel stuck in a rut? Do you want to live a more exciting life? Listen in as we discuss how you can live a fascinating life - one interesting conversation at a time. ___________________________ Hi! My name is Deedre. It's pronounced Deee-druh. My parents originally wanted to name me Dierdre, but they found out it means: Sorrow, Raging, and Talkative. They didn't want a sad, bitching baby, so they changed the spelling. Technically, my name is meaningless. I am still worki ...
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A shock move could be on the cards for All Blacks vice-captain Ardie Savea. Ahead of the All Blacks’ clash with Fiji in San Diego tomorrow – the number 8’s been linked with a potential move to Moana Pasifika from the Hurricances. Meanwhile, the Warriors are in must-win mode if they hope to secure a top eight spot, as they face the Raiders in Canber…
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On the Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive Full Show Podcast for Friday, 19 July 2024, Donald Trump has given his much anticipated first speech since an assassin nearly killed him. Auckland restaurateur Mandy Lusk has a plea to businesses to help save the hospitality industry. Horizon Regional Council has a serious question for residents: Do you want to…
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Leeds has been rocked by riots overnight, which has seen a police car overturned and a double-decker bus set on fire. It began after police were called to a disturbance involving agency workers and children at an address in the Yorkshire city early in the evening, which then escalated into violence. UK correspondent Gavin Grey says no injuries have…
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Donald Trump believes Taiwan should be paying the US for its defence, as covered in an interview ahead of the Republican National Convention. He also claimed Taiwan took 100 percent of the US’s chip business, due to Taiwan’s huge investments into its local semiconductor manufacturing company TSMC – the world’s biggest chip foundry. But Asia busines…
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BNZ and KiwiBank are the latest banks to announce cuts to mortgage rates. ANZ and Westpac had already dropped rates earlier in the week, leaving ASB as the last remaining big bank to hold back cuts at this state. Finance and Mortgage Advisors Association country manager Leigh Hodgetts joined Jack Tame. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for p…
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Newstalk ZB Sport news director Clay Wilson and Newstalk ZB rugby commentator Paul Ellison joined Jack Tame for the Sports Huddle. The Warriors are entering do-or-die territory, with their efforts hampered by a season-ending injury to skipper Tohu Harris. The All Blacks have headed stateside to San Diego - where coach Scott Robertson named a team f…
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An Auckland University doctoral student says our high-performance athletes shouldn't have to choose between their sporting careers and their education. Steve Roberts has been conducting this research by speaking to up-and-coming university athletes here and in the US - and says our athletes are missing out on educational opportunities because our u…
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A party bus - or the sound of silence. The Horizons Regional Council, which covers an area including Whanganui and Palmerston North, is seeking feedback on whether bus users prefer to ride with background music. Its released a three-question survey asking what genres, playlists or radio stations should be played. Transport Services Manager Mark Rea…
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The Tauranga Business Chamber says it wants unity from those successful in tomorrow's election. A mayor and nine councillors will be elected for the first time since commissioners were introduced in 2021. Chamber Chief Executive Matt Cowley says so far turnout has been lower than in 2019. He told Jack Tame there needs to be collaboration. “Good ind…
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The Republican National Convention's come to a close - with Donald Trump emerging as the party's pick for US President. Trump officially accepted his nomination - and delivered his first public address since he was shot in the ear on Sunday. His convention speech has gone down as the longest in modern American history. If elected, Trump says he'll …
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Pharmac director Dr Anthony Jordan has announced he’s resigning from the board over the Government’s Treaty of Waitangi directive. Associate Health Minister David Seymour told the drug buying agency earlier this week it was inappropriate for them to keep considering the Treaty’s place in the health sector. Newstalk ZB Political Editor Jason Walls s…
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Donald Trump has spoken at the Republican National Convention after accepting the party’s nomination for November’s Presidential election. The former President spoke for 90 minutes, covering a range of topics including his assassination attempt and jibes at his Democratic opponents, including former US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and incumbent Presi…
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Auckland restauranter Mandy Lusk has penned an open letter calling on people and businesses to help the hospitality sector survive. It comes after Ponsonby restaurant SPQR’s closure last week, and the Vivace owner says she’s heard of three other restaurants closing in the next week. And her restaurant could be heading in the same direction. Vivace …
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Today's phone-in: Niki Jabbour takes all your gardening questions. And off the top of the show, we hear your feedback on what Anne of Green Gables and specifically the location of Green Gables means to you.
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Two missing Britons have been found dead in a burned-out car in Sweden Investigations are still ongoing, but the case is being treated as a double murder. UK correspondent Enda Brady says a motive has yet to be found. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Newstalk ZB
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The AI boom is continuing to hype up investors, as new developments keep occurring. The rise of AI in art, literature, media and even medicine has experts speculating about future developments. Fisher Funds expert Sam Dickie unpacks the phenomenon - and the long-term implications of the technology. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for priva…
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The first liquidators' report on Auckland's SPQR shows it owes creditors $2.24 million. The Ponsonby eatery was placed into liquidation last Thursday by special resolution of the shareholders and is no longer trading. NZ Herald business editor at large Liam Dann says this is a sign of the times, as several iconic Auckland eateries have yet to recov…
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Regional Development Minister Shane Jones is set to begin a 15-stop tour next month to promote the Government's $1.2 billion fund for regional infrastructure. The Regional Infrastructure Fund will be spent over a three-year period and aims to fund projects designed around boosting growth, productivity and resilience. The Country's Jamie Mackay expl…
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On the Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive Full Show Podcast for Thursday 18 July 2024, benefit sanctions have jumped by more than 50 percent. Green MP Ricardo Menendez March is not happy about it. 1News US correspondent Logan Church speaks to Jack after news that Joe Biden has been forced into isolation by Covid. Worst timing ever! SkyCity's Callum Mal…
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Tonight on The Huddle, Kiwiblog writer and Curia pollster David Farrar and Auckland Councillor Richard Hills joined in on a discussion about the following issues of the day - and more! The Ministry of Social Development has confirmed benefit sanctions rose 53 percent in the June quarter, compared to the year before. Is the tougher approach the way …
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Northland's MP says a business lost almost half a million dollars thanks to the recent major power cut. Grant McCullum is calling on Transpower to compensate Northlanders with discounted transmission fees for a year. Nearly 100,000 people lost power last month when a tower toppled after maintenance crews unbolted three legs of a pylon at once. McCu…
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SkyCity is apologising for failing to intervene with a repeat player in Auckland. A customer complained to Internal Affairs after gambling went continuously unnoticed on 23 occasions. SkyCity says a system failure meant they went undetected - and it's committed to improving its harm minimisation technology. Chief Operating Officer Callum Mallett sa…
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There's belief an increased police presence in Christchurch's CBD is a win for all. Police have launched their Community Beat Teams, which will have up to 18 new and experienced officers patrolling the garden city's commercial areas. Business Canterbury Chief Executive Leeann Watson says it acts as a deterrent for trouble-makers and helps those com…
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President Biden has pulled out of a significant campaign event after testing positive for Covid-19. The White House says Joe Biden has mild symptoms - and will continue to carry out his duties from self-isolation in Delaware. US correspondent Logan Church says this comes at a terrible time, as Biden needs to prove he's fit and ready for a second te…
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One member of the Greens says the caucus hasn't met for discussion on whether to invoke waka-jumping laws against Darleen Tana. Tana has left the party, but if she won't quit Parliament, the Greens can only replace her in their MP count if the Speaker removes her, an action the Party has historically opposed. Its report found Tana likely knew about…
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The PSA has won a case against the Ministry of Education, calling it a victory for the dignity and fair treatment of workers. The union filed proceedings at the Employment Relations Authority, claiming the collective agreement wasn't met relating to the Government's spending cuts - putting hundreds of roles on the line. ZB political editor Jason Wa…
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Over in Australia, the unemployment rate rose to 4.1 percent in June. This is a higher figure than economists had predicted - and surpassed the previous figure of 4 percent. Australian correspondent Murray Olds says this has prompted concern regarding interest rates, as the Reserve Bank might have to factor this in for their next announcement. LIST…
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The All Blacks have named six debutants in their 23 to face Fiji at San Diego on the weekend. Billy Proctor starts at centre with five more uncapped players on the bench - George Bell, Pasilio Tosi, Sam Darry, Wallace Sititi and Noah Hotham. Only captain Scott Barrett, number eight Ardie Savea, first-five Damian McKenzie and right wing Sevu Reece s…
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Three unknown New Zealand high schools are refusing to enrol students expelled from their prior schools in defiance of legal orders sent by the Ministry of Education. New reports confirm the Ministry has sent 261 letters to unwilling schools, requiring them to enrol students excluded or expelled from elsewhere. While 251 schools have accepted the M…
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On the phone-in: Author Alan MacEachern and Kate Scarth discuss the story of Green Gables. Alan is the author of "Becoming Green Gables" and Kate is the Chair of L.M. Montgomery Studies with the L.M. Montgomery Institute at UPEI. And off the top of the show, meteorologist Tina Simpkin discusses the weather and we hear about early monitoring for bli…
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Over in the UK, inflation has held steady at 2 percent - prompting calls for interest rate cuts. Prices across all sectors have taken a dive, with hotel stays being the lone exception. UK correspondent Gavin Grey outlines his prediction for when cuts will come. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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ANZ is the latest major bank to bring their interest rate cut predictions forward as the mood towards the economy changes. The bank has forecasted a 25 basis point rate cut from the Reserve Bank by November of this year. ANZ Chief Economist Sharon Zollner says today's dip in inflation shows the tide is turning. "While it's true that domestic inflat…
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Today's CPI data report prompted positive responses from experts - as it signalled a decline in inflation. CPI increased 3.3 percent in the year to June, down from 4 percent annually to March. Milford Asset Management's Sam Trethewey explained further. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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On the Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive Full Show Podcast for Wednesday, 17 July 2024, is the cost of living finally over? Finance Minister Nicola Willis talks whether the OCR could be cut after inflation falls to a three year low. The police have made it easier for people to become an officer on a restricted licence - Assistant Commissioner Jill Rog…
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The Commerce Commission says Auckland Airport’s proposed charge increases to fund infrastructure are 'too high'. In a statement released this morning, the commission said the five year pricing path is not reasonable and the airport was on track for an excess profit of $200m. Air New Zealand Airports Association CEO Billie Moore says the airport wil…
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Tonight on the Huddle, Phil O’Reilly from Iron Duke Partners and former Labour Chief of Staff Mike Munro joined in on a discussion about the following issues of the day - and more! Jack Black has cancelled the rest of Tenacious D's world tour after bandmate Kyle Gass made a joke about last weekend's near-fatal shooting of Donald Trump. Do we agree …
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The Greens have released the Executive Summary of their report into Darleen Tana, and it's pretty clear in asserting that Tana had much more involvement with her husband's bike business than she otherwise claimed. The question now is whether or she's going to decide to stay in Parliament. Tana said in her interview with Maiki Sherman that she'd tak…
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One expert believes Jack Black's move to cancel his band's world tour was the right decision. Speaking at their Sydney show after Sunday's assassination attempt, Tenacious D bandmate Kyle Gass said: "Don't miss Trump next time". Gass has since apologised - but Jack Black has put all future creative projects on hold for the band. Sold-out shows were…
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A former Green MP says it's possible the party will use contentious legislation to boot Darleen Tana from Parliament. The party has asked her to resign, after reports revealed she probably knew about worker exploitation at her husband's bike business. E Cycles NZ has entered liquidation and Tana's left the Greens, but she won't say whether she will…
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The police have made some new changes to their recruitment eligibility criteria. Prospective applicants on their restricted drivers' license will be able to apply to become police officers under these new changes, in a bid to reduce recruitment numbers. However, Assistant Commissioner Jill Rogers says successful applicants will need to obtain a ful…
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The Finance Minister says the Government has a plan to tackle non-tradeable inflation. CPI increased 3.3 percent in the year to June, a fall from the 4 percent rise in the year to March. Nicola Willis says things like higher rents are sticking around. She says they want to help push that inflation down with more housing supply. "That's what will ul…
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A report reveals MP Darleen Tana had continued involvement with her husband's troubled bike firm. The Green Party has released the executive summary of the investigation into what Tana knew about alleged exploitation at the business. A key plank of her defence that she didn't know about the allegations is she sold her company shareholding in 2019. …
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US officials have confirmed threats from Iran to assassinate Donald Trump had prompted increased security around him in recent weeks. It appears unrelated to the assassination attempt in Pennsylvania over the weekend. However, this has raised questions surrounding the apparent lapses that led to the shooter getting close enough to fire at Trump in …
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Over in Australia, fans are getting excited ahead of tonight's State of Origin decider between New South Wales and Queensland in Brisbane. Forward Mitch Barnett will make his Origin debut for the Blues off the interchange, with Kurt Capewell starting in the second-row for the Maroons. ZB sports commentator Elliott Smith unpacks the fan excitement a…
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The cost of mentoring young offenders as part of the Government's military-style academies could go as high as $100,000 per teenager, new documents show. The Oranga Tamariki-run pilot - involving 10 hand-picked young offenders between the ages of 14-18 - will begin at the end of the month and continue for one year. Billy Graham Youth Foundation CEO…
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On the phone-in: We have a discussion about the dangers of disinformation and propaganda. Our guest is Alex Khasnabish who's a professor and chair of the department of Sociology and Anthropology at Mount St. Vincent University in Halifax. And off the top of the show. We hear about an incident near Digby involving farmed salmon. Our guests are Joel …
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The UK Government is set to introduce new laws making drink spiking a specific criminal offence in the upcoming King's Speech. These law changes will be included within the 35 bills in the programme announced on Wednesday. UK correspondent Enda Brady says the existing legislation hasn't been updated since the 1800s - so this change is badly needed.…
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The Government has confirmed it plans to roll back insulation standards amid concern about cost blowouts for new builds. The current standards, introduced in May 2023, have been estimated to save homes over 40 percent on heating. AUT construction professor John Tookey is sceptical about this idea. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privac…
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The Country's Jamie Mackay is among thousands of fans and admirers paying tribute to the late Norm Hewitt. Hewitt died aged 55 after a battle with motor neurone disease, having played 23 games for New Zealand between 1993 and 1998. Jamie Mackay recalled past interviews and catch-ups with the deceased rugby great. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/lis…
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Tomorrow's CPI announcement is set to reveal whether or not New Zealand is making headway with its war on inflation. Stats NZ will publish the Q2 consumers price inflation figures, helping the Reserve Bank determine future OCR decisions. Infometrics Principal Economist Brad Olsen outlines his predictions - and how they'll impact Kiwi households. LI…
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