Best Dunedin podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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More than 90 different ethnic groups are represented in Dunedin, and Dunedin Multi Ethnic Council exists to ensure we all have the same rights and responsibilities. Join rotating hosts Lux, Andrew and Chai and chat ladies and guests for helpful information, topical discussion and a celebration of diversity.
 
Prospect Park Productions NZ is proud to present Dark Dunedin: Heaven Looks On, a three-part thriller podcast, with a Gothic Dunedin as its beating heart. As you accompany the protagonist on her journey, you’ll discover – or re-discover – nostalgic, historic, and supernatural features of and in the city; the whoosh of Lamson pipes at Penroses Department Store, twinkling stars in the St James theatre, and Kēhua, sprites, and demons dancing under the moonlight in the Town Belt.When a young wom ...
 
A six episode podcast series all about the wildlife in our own backyard. Why it's awesome, how it's awesome and how we know it's awesome.From geckos in your undies to deep water canyons we find out the real deal, from ecologists to anti-poaching experts and bold visionaries - this is not your usual nature chat.Subscribe now on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts (Wild Dunedin Podcast). Or download from Wild Dunedin or Otago Access Radio Websites. This podcast is supported by the Wild Du ...
 
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Faith UCC Dunedin
Weekly
 
The weekly progressive discussions of Faith UCC in Dunedin, Florida USA
 
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ON A ROCK
Weekly+
 
Straight out of the mean streets of Dunedin, New Zealand. On A Rock is fun and exciting conversations about people, events and places to be!Listen to the stories of international visitors at the University of Otago or get a new perspective on life from the locals and hear their stories. Be a part of the conversation on Snapchat or Instagram @OnARockAston/ @On_A_Rock_Aston!ON A ROCK is an informative podcast series about interesting people, businesses and events in Dunedin.
 
Resources for spiritual formation + missional living. The teaching ministry of Grace Church of Dunedin, Florida.
 
Join scribes of all stripes in Dunedin for the New Zealand Young Writers Festival. Playwrights and poets; comedians and historians; critics and consciences. Held in the heart of Dunedin – UNESCO City of Literature, produced by the Dunedin Fringe Arts Trust and with support from Creative New Zealand and Phantom Billstickers, each festival includes workshops, performances, panel discussions and bookish social festivities.
 
Join scribes of all stripes in Dunedin for the New Zealand Young Writers Festival. Playwrights and poets; comedians and historians; critics and consciences. Held in the heart of Dunedin – UNESCO City of Literature, produced by the Dunedin Fringe Arts Trust and with support from Creative New Zealand and Phantom Billstickers, each festival includes workshops, performances, panel discussions and bookish social festivities.
 
Podcast by Elim Church Dunedin
 
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RNZ: Checkpoint
Daily+
 
Checkpoint is RNZ’s weekday drive-time news programme.Our multi-media show broadcasts on 101FM, and you can also watch it live on our website, Freeview Channel 50 and Face TV on Sky Channel 083 every weeknight from 5pm, where we tackle the stories of the day. Hosted by Lisa Owen.Send news tips and feedback to checkpoint@rnz.co.nz
 
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Noteable Radio
Monthly+
 
Chris Ford from the Disabled Persons Assembly (DPA) cover news and issues.
 
Standing Room Only is literally radio with pictures... and arts, theatre, film, comedy, books, dance, entertainment, pop culture, and music – all the things, in other words, that make life worth living.
 
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 Tuesday at 8.30pm as Robbie and 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.
 
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Girls Gone Grad
Weekly
 
Girls Gone Grad – success Stories of Otago Women, a weekly half hour show hosted by Graduate Women Otago.We’re a local branch here in Dunedin, affiliated with Graduate Women International, working to empower women and girls through lifelong education.Join us each week for a conversation with notable Otago women as we talk about issues and projects relating to our organisation, our great little city and beyond.
 
An hour of timely tips, topical interviews and terrific music, keeping you up to date with what’s on around Dunedin and Otago.And if your community group or organisation has something special coming up, Jeff welcomes your input.
 
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Heritage Matters
Monthly
 
The programme takes a look at what makes Dunedin the nation's heritage capital. The wonderful stock of historic buildings will be explored, as well as early European settlement, Maori life in past centuries and tales of gold. Thanks to the Southern Heritage Trust
 
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RNZ: Upbeat
Weekly+
 
Keeping you in tune with music and the arts, with host David Morriss
 
Celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Burns Fellowship at a series of events in Dunedin (September 2018)For the anniversary, we partnered with a number of organizations, including the Dunedin Readers and Writers Festival, the New Zealand Young Writers Festival, the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, the Dunedin Public Art Gallery Society, the Dunedin City of Literature, the University Bookshop, and Continuing Education, Special Collections, and the Hocken Library at the University of Otago, and O ...
 
Toitū Otago Settlers Museum in association with the Ministry for Women celebrate Otago as an area where more women signed the suffrage petition than anywhere else in New Zealand.This was the last of the 125 events and marked the day on which women in New Zealand first voted in the 1893 general election.Join us for Kate Talks which highlights six inspiring women who will deliver short talks in honour of Kate Sheppard.
 
A magazine programme hosted by Kim Hill, with long-form, in-depth feature interviews on current affairs, science, modern life, history, the arts and more.
 
Securing tomorrow's transactions
 
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Kilts and Kiwis
Monthly+
 
Kilts and Kiwis – brought to you by the Dunedin Edinburgh Sister City Society.Members of the Society, and wider Scottish community, explore the connections between Dunedin, Edinburgh and Scotland, culminating in November’s St Andrews Day Celebrations in the Octagon.Chat, music, history and giveaways, proudly supported by Dunedin City Council Events and Community Development.That’s Kilts and Kiwis – Friday morning at 10am on Otago Access Radio and podcast from oar.org.nz.
 
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AA Live
Monthly
 
Do you do and say things when drinking you regret the next day? Is alcohol a problem for you or someone you care about? Every Four Weeks, Tonto presents the AA Live, brought to you by Alcoholics Anonymous. Find out how people just like you found sobriety in AA.If you would like to get in contact with AA you can use the following methods:Phone – 0800 229 6757Website – www.aa.org.nzLocal Website – aaotago.org.nzPost – Box 6115, Dunedin North, Dunedin 9059
 
Adventure travel stories, backpacking advice and accomodation
 
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Radio Church
Monthly+
 
A weekly half hour ecumenical church service brought to you by the Dunedin Inner City Ministries.
 
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RNZ: Music 101
Daily
 
Music interviews, live performances, behind the scenes, industry issues, profiles, back catalogue, undiscovered, greatest hits, tall tales and true... all from a New Zealand/Aotearoan perspective.
 
The most authoritative and comprehensive coverage of local and world events to be found on morning radio happens from 6:00am to 9:00am every weekday on RNZ National.
 
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RNZ: Music 101
Daily
 
Music interviews, live performances, behind the scenes, industry issues, profiles, back catalogue, undiscovered, greatest hits, tall tales and true... all from a New Zealand/Aotearoan perspective.
 
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Creative Solutions
Daily+
 
Dunedin psychologist Dr. Auke Schade has a mission to make people the smartest thinkers they can be, through a system he developed called Nemonik Thinking.In Creative Solutions, we hear about a free course offered by Auke that aims to make you the best problem solver you can be.Join him and learn how you could accelerate your thinking, improve your memory, and mobilise your subconscious genius.
 
The TAIHOA E HOA - NATIVES BE WOKE project broadcast will be available over live Radio, downloadable as a podcast and watchable as a Vlog. This will be a permanent record available through the web.The project not only shines a spotlight on wahine Māori but also highlights and acknowledges our indigenous sisters of the pacific.The unique perspectives indigenous females bring to the arts have not yet been delivered in this type of media format and as a first, this project is especially signifi ...
 
This 10 week series showcases the young local songwriting talent in Dunedin. Each act performs their original songs and tells us about their musical journey from their first instruments, to their latest and upcoming gigs.
 
Esther and Leo and special guest hosts will tackle a new topic each episode – covering a wide range of topics and issues that young people face every day.Speaking up for your rights, Engagement with Politics, Mental Health, Celebrating Achievements, Maori and Pasifika representation and much more.
 
Marvin Hubbard presents an hour of interesting and eclectic and topical radio. Marvin interviews a wide range of people from religious leaders and teachers through to ecological activists and touring musicians.
 
20-something year old, NZ-based comedian and professional broke uni student Joe Daymond hosts SHXT TALK, a weekly podcast dedicated to talking SHXT about things that piss him off. Live from the lounge of his 5-bedroom flat in Auckland, New Zealand, often joined by two or three of his ten flat mates, often joined by a couple beers and other performance enhancing drugs, catch hilarious stories, stupid opinions and deep and meaningful conversations every week on SHXT TALK.
 
Catch all the killer Radio One interviews, archived content, special features and other jaw-dropping content again, or for the first time, with Radio One podcasts.
 
Sessions recorded at New Zealand Writers' Festivals
 
Radio New Zealand daily and weekly programmes
 
Living Heritage is a podcast about people who are engaged in the heritage and culture sector: from museum professionals and archivists, to tradition bearers and craftspeople - all those who keep heritage alive at the community level. We talk about their work, their passions, and the day-to-day safeguarding of culture and tradition.
 
Choice As! – Celebrating Local Music. Join Karl every second Tuesday, as he brings you the latest in local music as well as some kiwi favourites. Hear from the musicians, discover new music, and celebrate New Zealand’s unique music scene. This show was first broadcast on Otago Access Radio 105.4FM
 
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RNZ: The Panel
Daily+
 
The Panel features a range of panellists from right along the opinion spectrum, together with expert phone guests.
 
Health is much more than what you do alone as an individual – it’s about your family, environment and wider social networks. Join Rebecca and Sophie, from the WellSouth health promotion team. They’ll help you access reliable, evidence-based self-help information so that the healthier choice is the easier choice. For more information about the Books on Prescription resources visit booksonprescription.co.nz and wellsouth.org.nz
 
Join Jayden TJ, Daniel and Serenity for a weekly celebration of what young people from all nationalities are up to in Dunedin.
 
Join Zane, Edd, Leo and Liam for discussion and debate about a new topic each episode.
 
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Hamro Awaz
Weekly
 
Hamro Awaz – the voice of the Nepali and Bhutanese community in Dunedin. Music, discussion and information, every Tuesday at 6pm.
 
Listen to New Zealand news, spoken slowly and clearly, using easy vocabulary. Note:You may need to download Adobe Flashplayer if you can't access the podcast.
 
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Wireless Books
Monthly+
 
Christine and Beth explore our city's rich literary heritage, with people who are passionate about the printed word. Thanks to Dunedin Athenaeum Library and Mechanics Institute
 
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Wireless Books
Monthly+
 
Christine and Beth explore our city's rich literary heritage, with people who are passionate about the printed word. Thanks to Dunedin Athenaeum Library and Mechanics Institute
 
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Nick goes for variety this week, including tunes from Lionel Loueke, Conrad Herwig and Charles Mingus, and a number from Renee Rosnes inspired by the KT Boundary- the transition between the Cretaceous and Tertiary periods.
 
It's a variety show this week, as Nick plays tracks from Christian McBride, Charmaine Ford and Charles Earland, and a tenor battle between Dexter Gordon and Gene Ammons.
 
The RNZ Music crew (Kirsten Johnstone, Tony Stamp, Nick Bollinger, Alex Behan, and Yadana Saw) make their music picks from 2018's crop of international releases and give their opinions on the definitive trends from this year.
 
Orbital grew from the 1980's acid house scene and were regarded as pioneers of live electronic performance. On their way to New Zealand for the first time ever, they speak to RNZ Music about pivotal moments in their careers and in taking electronic music mainstream.
 
Corduroy. introduce their song, 'Waiting Game'.
 
Bene has created a helluva buzz with only two released songs. We meet the Auckland teenager and find out how all this has happened and check out her excellent song Soaked.
 
Baltimore dream pop duo Beach House have built a loyal following since their debut in 2006. Seven excellent albums in they are coming to New Zealand for the Auckland Arts Festival 2019.
 
In 'No Feeling is Final ' from the ABC the writer and podcaster Honor Eastly presents a highly personal account of her experiences of living with anxiety and suicidal thoughts. The show weaves together years' worth of audio diaries with scripted narrative and recreations of scenes from her past. It creates a moving memoir about mental health th ...…
 
Do you work in an open plan office? Well ever since the management gurus saw them as a way of improving our productivity and increasing collaboration, more and more of us do. But does the open office actually work? Do people enjoy them? Or do all the distractions and a lack of privacy actually make us less productive? 'Freakonomics Radio' is a ...…
 
A recently released BBC series called' The Ratline' tries to uncover the truth about a senior Nazi, Baron Otto Gustav von Wächter, who disappeared after the Second World War, then died in mysterious circumstances in Italy.We play some of Episode 1 of The Ratline called 'The Secrets In The Castle' presented by Philippe Sands, produced by Gemma N ...…
 
In each episode of 'Unspooled' the film critic Amy Nicholson and the actor, comedian, and all-round movie buff Paul Scheer take a film from the American Film Institute's Top 100 list, and pull it apart. I've listened to episodes recently about Apocalypse Now, 2001: A Space Odyssey, ET, and Taxi Driver. We play some of their take on Number 83 on ...…
 
'Unspooled' dissects the top 100 films ever made. The mysterious death of a high-ranking Nazi is investigated in 'The Ratline'. 'Freakonomics Radio' asks the question; do open plan offices (help us) work? And 'No Feeling Is Final' offers a powerful account of living with a mental illness.
 
Emails and text messages from listeners to the Saturday Morning programme.
 
Kate De Goldi is a children's author, publisher, and reviewer. Her latest book is From The Cutting Room of Barney Kettle, and she is a regular guest on Saturday Morning to discuss children's literature. Laura Kroetsch lives in Adelaide, where she was director of the Adelaide Writers' Week for seven years - stepping down after the 2018 event to ...…
 
Dr Mike Murphy is one of the world's leading scientists in mitochondrial research. Originally from Ireland, he is nowadays the programme leader at the Mitochondrial Biology Unit at Cambridge University. Dr Murphy studied at Otago University, where he developed MitoQ, a mitochondria-targeting anti-oxidant, which looks likely to be effective in p ...…
 
Debs Martin has been the regional manager for Forest & Bird in the top of the South Island since 2004. In recent years she has helped develop several biodiversity strategies for the region - and is currently working to preserve the critically endangered New Zealand long-tailed bat which is headed for extinction unless populations are identified ...…
 
Australian food writer, author and TV personality Matt Preston is a familiar face to Kiwi fans of MasterChef Australia. He is one of the show's three judges and is known for his cravats and colourful, occasionally outrageous, suits. Preston writes a weekly food column for Newscorp's metro newspapers and he is a senior editor for Delicious and T ...…
 
Professor Mohamad Abdalla is one of Australia's most prominent Muslim leaders. Over the last 15 years, he played a leading role in establishing Islamic Studies (Research and Teaching) as an academic area of study in Australia, including securing $8m to establish the National Centre of Excellence for Islamic Studies (NCEIS), a collaboration betw ...…
 
Novelist, short story writer and essayist, Paula Morris (Ngati Wai, Ngati Whatua) is the 2018 Katherine Mansfield Fellow, announced by the Arts Foundation this week. She will spend at least four months in Menton, southern France, with access to the writing room below Villa Isola Bella, where Katherine Mansfield created some of her most importan ...…
 
Shi Davidi joins Ben in Las Vegas to discuss Troy Tulowitzki's legacy in Toronto and the Blue Jays' options on the pitching front. �They (Blue Jays) went from a team that always had a lot of pitching prospects that didn't have any position player prospects, to the complete opposite. Their prospect base is largely in position players.� - Shi Dav ...…
 
Pacific Islands call out stubborn states at climate meeting; Older Pacific migrants more resilient to Mental health challenges; Vanuatu, Fiji lead the fight against domestic violence; Tonga grapples with growing meth problem; Election dispute causes stir in Fiji; Paris talks raise New Caledonia independence referendum aftermath; PNG's fraud squ ...…
 
Anne Perkins is a political commentator, writer and broadcaster, and the former deputy political editor of The Guardian. She will talk to Kim about a week in which it was revealed British PM Theresa May has lost about a third of her party's support, as she heads into a contentious final vote on the shape of the Brexit deal.…
 
The latest news in Niuean language (Vagahau Niue) - brought to you by our partner - Pacific Media Network.
 
The latest news in Cook Island Maori (Te Reo Maori Kuki Airani) - brought to you by our partner - Pacific Media Network.
 
Not everyone is happy about R. Kelly's NZ shows. NZ Quote of the year. Kiwi Rules with Adrian Workman from Vietnam
 
Ten producers from Horowhenua opened their doors to the public recently to give them an insight into the range of food grown in the region and what is required to get from producer to plate.
 
A dedicated group of locals are creating Ellesmere Historical Park near Leeston for future generations of Selwyn District residents. 8,000 local objects have been donated to the collection.
 
Taranaki is looking very green and farmers are complaining that it's harder to manage a surplus of feed than a deficit. Milk production is about 7 percent ahead of last season. Artifical insemination of cows is continuing on Southland dairy farms and the first draft of lambs are being weaned.
 
Taste Horowhenua, Teachers Skip Class for the Day, Preserving Local Heritage for the Benefit of Future Generations and the Regional Wrap.
 
A Wellington iwi social service has lost its funding bid to help the homeless -The controversial Waitara Lands Bill has been passed at Parliament - And a South Auckland marae which is a central hub for its community will now be able to house its kaumatua.
 
A busload of Canterbury secondary school teachers visited farms, agribusinesses and a microbrewery recently for Teachers Day Out – a development day organised by NZ Young Farmers. This year, about 400 teachers around the country participated in the Teachers' Day Out and explored how science, technology and business can relate to teaching in the ...…
 
If you're in Hamilton this weekend, head down to Garden Place for an outdoor storytelling experience
 
Simon Bridges ends the year as National Party leader, but how secure is his position? Elected after the resignation of Bill English at the start of the year, Mr Bridges inherited a large caucus stung by the relegation to the opposition benches and brimming with ambition.
 
More than 17,000 Americans registered to move to New Zealand when Donald Trump was elected as President, but how many actually followed through and moved here? We meet one family who moved their entire lives 12,000km from Texas to Auckland.
 
More than 17,000 Americans registered to move to New Zealand when Donald Trump was elected as President, but how many actually followed through and moved here? We meet one family who moved their entire lives 12,000km from Texas to Auckland.
 
Four years after a shooting at the Ashburton Work and Income office left two staff members dead, the first fully re-fitted Work and Income office, complete with new security features, is open for business in Otara, South Auckland.
 
Four years after a shooting at the Ashburton Work and Income office left two staff members dead, the first fully re-fitted Work and Income office, complete with new security features, is open for business in Otara, South Auckland.
 
One of New Zealand's most high profile jobs will open for applications next year, with All Blacks coach Steve Hansen announcing that he will retire after the 2019 Rugby World Cup. So who will succeed him? Alex Perrottet put on his recruitment hat and went headhunting.
 
One of New Zealand's most high profile jobs will open for applications next year, with All Blacks coach Steve Hansen announcing that he will retire after the 2019 Rugby World Cup. So who will succeed him? Alex Perrottet put on his recruitment hat and went headhunting.
 
A review of the week's news including... The man charged with murdering British backpacker Grace Millane appears in court for the first time, Air NZ engineers strike notice withdrawn, midwives accuse ministers of interference in pay talks, Steve Hansen to leave All Blacks in 2019, a man's long wait for an apology from MSD, Paula Bennett discuss ...…
 
Touch games have been cancelled at Mountford Park tonight, as a mark of respect for a four-year-old girl who died in an incident with a rugby scrum machine.
 
Touch games have been cancelled at Mountford Park tonight, as a mark of respect for a four-year-old girl who died in an incident with a rugby scrum machine.
 
The death of a four-year-old girl in an incident with a rugby scrum machine is being described as a tragedy. The accident happened near the Manurewa Rugby club rooms in Mountfort Park yesterday evening while her family was present.
 
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