Best Dunedin podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Podcast by Elim Church Dunedin
 
Weekly Sermons from First United Methodist Church of Dunedin, FL.
 
In 2014, Dunedin became a UNESCO City of Literature and a member of the wider Creative Communities Network.It’s all about connecting with readers through libraries, schools, bookshops, festivals, workshops, events, performances, exhibitions and more. We celebrate our wonderful writers of fiction and non-fiction, poets, oral storytellers, playwrights, screenwriters and lyricists.Every fortnight on Otago Access Radio’s OARsome Morning Show, Write Spot takes a look at how our city is embracing ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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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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Vanakkam Tamizha
Weekly
 
Vanakkam Tamizha celebrates the richness of Tamil language and culture, and uniting Tamil communities in Dunedin and wider Otago region.
 
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.
 
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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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
 
Take off your gardening gloves, put the kettle on and spend an hour or two immersed in the best of musical theatre from across the decades. Join Dunedin broadcasting legend Donald Saville-Cook for Musical Matinees For You – Sundays at 4, brought to you by Naturezone Health.https://www.naturezonehealth.com/
 
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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
 
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 ...
 
In this series we profile 20 young Dunedin writers about their passion for poetry and creative writing. We will also hear them perform their own original works and explore the background of their stories.
 
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Earthwise
Monthly
 
Every Earthwise programme features a discussion on conservation, environment or peace with justice. The interview might be with a local Cantabrian, with someone in a different part of the country, or a distinguished person from overseas.Broadcast on the first and third Monday evening at 9pm repeated the following Wednesday at 9:30am.The choice of topics varies considerably. Earthwise hopes that people who are especially interested in conservation will also find peace with justice issues inte ...
 
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.
 
Spotlight on legal issues affecting our daily lives, supported by the Faculty of Law at the University of Otago
 
Ben Nicholson-Smith and Arden Zwelling take fans inside the Blue Jays and around MLB with news, analysis and interviews.
 
Radio New Zealand daily and weekly programmes
 
News, discussion, features and ideas until midday.
 
Join the voices of the Toronto Blue Jays' minor league system every Friday from 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. for a weekly recap of the organization's affiliates and prospects.
 
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RNZ: Summer Times
Daily+
 
Emile Donovan and Lynn Freeman host a crowd of characters, stories and music makers for a summer holiday romp.
 
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
 
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Noteable Radio
Monthly+
 
Chris Ford from the Disabled Persons Assembly (DPA) cover news and issues.
 
Comrade Caffeine's Variety Hour - Bringing the socialist banter you usually have over a pint or a cuppa to the airways! Comrade Caffeine is here to update you on news from around the Pacific, the goings on of the labour movement here in little ol' Aotearoa, and take a dive into whatever media catches my eye all from a socialist perspective. Proudly supported by Unions Otago.
 
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 experiences with the dis ...
 
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In a few days time Te Matatini will take place at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, in Te Ahi Kaa this week, performer Ngairo Eruera and judge Te Atarangi Whiu share their experiences of performing on stage alongside their respective kapahaka groups, and their perspectives about the vast changes in haka performances in the last two decades.…
 
William Dart looks at the splendid new album celebrating the Christchurch songwriter, Al Park, featuring cover versions by Jordan Luck, Marlon Williams, Delaney Davidson, Anthea Struthers and others.
 
At least 20 percent of the population doesn't sleep well. Tony Fernando's session from the 2018 Raising the Bar night will enlighten you on the myths and current findings about the science of sleep, sleep disorders and treatment approaches. His discussion covers insomnia, sleep deprivation, sleep apnoea, sleep walking, and sleep sex.…
 
Over a supermarket loudspeaker, at a train station and under bridges - these are some of the locations where Turner Art Prize-winning artist Susan Philipsz has performed and recorded sound for her art installations. The "sculptor in sound" as she calls herself often uses her own singing voice in her recordings. When she won the Turner Prize in ...…
 
This week Kaikoura is hosting an arts festival that brings together artists from New Zealand, the wider Pacific and Japan - all places that have been hit by earthquakes and other natural disasters. It's called Shared Lines, and through exhibitions and workshops, artists share stories of their experiences and how they responded to these life-cha ...…
 
This weekend Otaki 's skies are filled with works of art - kites that have taken their creators many hours to build and decorate. They include flying canvases by one of Australasia's most famous kite makers, Tony Rice. Tony's a regular visitor to the Otaki Kite Festival, and he's taking workshops to encourage more people to take up kite making ...…
 
For the first time, New Zealand and Australia's glass societies are holding a combined conference - and Whanganui, this country's glass art hub, is hosting it. The CoLab (short for Collaboration) conference has brought together more than 150 delegates from around the world, and glass artists from the both sides of the Tasman, for discussions an ...…
 
The latest TV series created by veteran New Zealand writers Rachel Lang and Gavin Strawhan looks at what they call the underbelly of modern motherhood - with a murder thrown in for good measure! Bad Mothers is an Australian production, but Rachel and Gavin are best known for New Zealand series like Outrageous Fortune, Go Girls and Trivial Pursu ...…
 
Some 15 years after Merata Mita's plan for a movie based on the Patricia Grace novel Cousins languished, her dream's about to be realised. Patricia's daughter Briar-Grace Smith is writing a new script - based on the book rather than Merata's script, but she and producer Ainsley Gardiner are determined to honour the late film maker's vision. Mer ...…
 
New Zealanders are being asked to rid themselves of data, from student loan invoices and divorce papers to unwanted photos, to help a mini satellite fly higher. The TWOi 2.0 measures just 2cm x 2cm and after being launched into space, is busy transmitting metadata to a receiver in New Zealand, in the name of art. The satellite's journey started ...…
 
Vincent Connare created comic sans 25 years ago. Initially the font was intened to be used inhouse at Microsoft. It was then released with Windows 95, initially as a supplement "plus" pack. It then became more widely available and - it was being used as far back as Windows 95. Its design was meant to be light-hearted and intended for comic-styl ...…
 
Vincent Connare created comic sans 25 years ago. Initially the font was intened to be used inhouse at Microsoft. It was then released with Windows 95, initially as a supplement "plus" pack. It then became more widely available and - it was being used as far back as Windows 95. Its design was meant to be light-hearted and intended for comic-styl ...…
 
Adrian Mann set about building the longest piano in the world in a shed on a farm in Timaru when he was a teenager. Now he's 28 and now the piano resides in his Dunedin workshop. Pianists from all over the world have visited him to play on the 5.7 metre long instrument. Previously when it needed to be moved the firebridage were called in to hel ...…
 
Adrian Mann set about building the longest piano in the world in a shed on a farm in Timaru when he was a teenager. Now he's 28 and now the piano resides in his Dunedin workshop. Pianists from all over the world have visited him to play on the 5.7 metre long instrument. Previously when it needed to be moved the firebridage were called in to hel ...…
 
Three Minutes Max, short & sharp opinions from commentators around New Zealand. Chief Imagination Officer and children's book author Tommy Kapai Wilson shares his thoughts on more people becoming joyologists. His thoughts have been inspired by his daughter.
 
Three Minutes Max, short & sharp opinions from commentators around New Zealand. Chief Imagination Officer and children's book author Tommy Kapai Wilson shares his thoughts on more people becoming joyologists. His thoughts have been inspired by his daughter.
 
Professor Josh Cohen is a psychoanalyst and a professor of modern literary theory at Goldsmiths, University of London. His new book is called 'Not Working. Why We have To Stop'. He believes that people have stopped enjoying not doing anything. He thinks people have stopped just chilling out and have lost the ability to simply stay at home not a ...…
 
Professor Josh Cohen is a psychoanalyst and a professor of modern literary theory at Goldsmiths, University of London. His new book is called 'Not Working. Why We have To Stop'. He believes that people have stopped enjoying not doing anything. He thinks people have stopped just chilling out and have lost the ability to simply stay at home not a ...…
 
Engelbert Humperdinck (born Arnold George Dorsey) will turn 83 on May 2. He's sold more than 140 million records worldwide.He is coming to New Zealand for a three date tour ('The Man I Want To Be' tour); playing Auckland (Bruce Mason Centre) on February 28, CHCH (Theatre Royal) on March 2 and Wellington (Opera House) on March 4The Man I Want To ...…
 
Engelbert Humperdinck (born Arnold George Dorsey) will turn 83 on May 2. He's sold more than 140 million records worldwide.He is coming to New Zealand for a three date tour ('The Man I Want To Be' tour); playing Auckland (Bruce Mason Centre) on February 28, CHCH (Theatre Royal) on March 2 and Wellington (Opera House) on March 4The Man I Want To ...…
 
William Trubridge, one of New Zealand's and the world's best freedivers, is back on our shores for the birth of his first child. (Yes a water birth is planned.) He's based in Havelock North with his parents while he's here but he lives mostly in the Bahamas. After his time back here he will be back into training for the AIDA World Championships ...…
 
William Trubridge, one of New Zealand's and the world's best freedivers, is back on our shores for the birth of his first child. (Yes a water birth is planned.) He's based in Havelock North with his parents while he's here but he lives mostly in the Bahamas. After his time back here he will be back into training for the AIDA World Championships ...…
 
U.S research has found that people with psychopathic personality traits are often attracted to each other. The Emory University led study was prompted by the number of women in the U.S who were in touch with some of the country's worst criminals with a view to embarking on a romantic relationship. The team set out to find who would be attracted ...…
 
U.S research has found that people with psychopathic personality traits are often attracted to each other. The Emory University led study was prompted by the number of women in the U.S who were in touch with some of the country's worst criminals with a view to embarking on a romantic relationship. The team set out to find who would be attracted ...…
 
Meatstock music and barbeque festival has attracted BBQ teams from all over the country to Auckland's ASB showgrounds this weekend. They are battling it out to win cash and prizes along with the bragging rights of being the best barbecuers in New Zealand. It's the third year the event has been held, tickets sold out not long after they went on ...…
 
Meatstock music and barbeque festival has attracted BBQ teams from all over the country to Auckland's ASB showgrounds this weekend. They are battling it out to win cash and prizes along with the bragging rights of being the best barbecuers in New Zealand. It's the third year the event has been held, tickets sold out not long after they went on ...…
 
The Nelson Tasman fires were a major challenge for the big media outlets to cover with no idea how bad it would get or how long they would last. Local media also played a crucial role too - including one station whose HQ was in sight of the flames.
 
Two years ago Treasury warned the government it would have to prop up state-owned TVNZ by 2021 because it was falling behind in an industry in sharp decline. This week the broadcaster's top brass told Parliament about a "renaissance" in free-to-air TV and fielded questions about taking over rivals.
 
Covering the Nelson Tasman fires; TVNZ boss hints at bold moves in messy media marketplace; TV political poll hype hits new heightt.
 
Covering the Nelson Tasman fires; TVNZ boss hints at bold moves in messy media marketplace; TV political poll hype hits new heightt.
 
The latest TV political poll was heavily hyped in-house as a “game changer” that could be "game over" for National’s leader. Did other media follow Newshub's lead?
 
Dr. Parag Khanna is Founder and Managing Partner of FutureMap a strategic advisory firm. He's also an international best-selling author of six books. He's visited more than 100 countries and has widely-publicised views on the coming mega-cities, the new Asian-dominated connectivity networks, and the shifting power dynamics in the world. They we ...…
 
Dr. Parag Khanna is Founder and Managing Partner of FutureMap a strategic advisory firm. He's also an international best-selling author of six books. He's visited more than 100 countries and has widely-publicised views on the coming mega-cities, the new Asian-dominated connectivity networks, and the shifting power dynamics in the world. They we ...…
 
As the battle against the Tasman fires continues, Alex Ashton reflects on the emergency response and questions whether New Zealand is ready for a future where fires like this could become more frequent.
 
As the battle against the Tasman fires continues, Alex Ashton reflects on the emergency response and questions whether New Zealand is ready for a future where fires like this could become more frequent.
 
Three Minutes Max, short & sharp opinions from commentators around New Zealand. Here's Amanda Miller, talking about her feature length film documentary on social justice advocate Celia Lashlie.
 
Three Minutes Max, short & sharp opinions from commentators around New Zealand. Here's Amanda Miller, talking about her feature length film documentary on social justice advocate Celia Lashlie.
 
Each week Sunday Morning gets in touch New Zealanders living abroad to talk about their lives as well as events and current affairs in their adopted countries. This week we speak to Ollie Spinks who, like many New Zealanders, has made his home in London. He gives his views on Brexit and a bit about his line of work in gas and electricity markets.…
 
Each week Sunday Morning gets in touch New Zealanders living abroad to talk about their lives as well as events and current affairs in their adopted countries. This week we speak to Ollie Spinks who, like many New Zealanders, has made his home in London. He gives his views on Brexit and a bit about his line of work in gas and electricity markets.…
 
To start non-election years at Parliament MPs spend 13 hours arguing who would be better at running the country. The House explain's what they do and why.
 
To start non-election years at Parliament MPs spend 13 hours arguing who would be better at running the country. The House explain's what they do and why.
 
Three Minutes Max, short & sharp opinions from commentators around New Zealand. Commentator Janet Wilson is here to give her thoughts on Mike King being named New Zealander of the year.
 
Three Minutes Max, short & sharp opinions from commentators around New Zealand. Commentator Janet Wilson is here to give her thoughts on Mike King being named New Zealander of the year.
 
A molecular biologist at the Liggins Institute, Dr Justin O'Sullivan is doing research into mapping genes in 3D, which is opening the door to a new way of understanding, and therefore preventing and treating, all sorts of diseases. The insights gained through the technology have lead to more light being shed on the genetic drivers of type 1 dia ...…
 
A molecular biologist at the Liggins Institute, Dr Justin O'Sullivan is doing research into mapping genes in 3D, which is opening the door to a new way of understanding, and therefore preventing and treating, all sorts of diseases. The insights gained through the technology have lead to more light being shed on the genetic drivers of type 1 dia ...…
 
A recent poll's found there's little backing for the suggestion that the summer holiday break is moved from December to February. The issue was raised as more settled summer weather tends to coincide with the start of the school year. NIWA has also confirmed that February is, on average, the best of the summer months in terms of both termperatu ...…
 
A recent poll's found there's little backing for the suggestion that the summer holiday break is moved from December to February. The issue was raised as more settled summer weather tends to coincide with the start of the school year. NIWA has also confirmed that February is, on average, the best of the summer months in terms of both termperatu ...…
 
Calls in Fiji for independent probe into rogue Chinese developer; Australia's Medivac bill a victory for refugees in offshore detention; Sovereignty concerns a barrier to Pacific common market; NZ role in Tokelau suspensions questioned in High Court; Solomon Islands poised for historic election; Mixed signals as PNG forces' APEC pay issue feste ...…
 
In honour of Blue Note Records’ 80th birthday, Nick presents a highlights reel of the best in 1950s and 60s Blue Note jazz. This hour: Jimmy Smith, John Coltrane, Thelonious Monk, Hank Mobley, Lee Morgan, Herbie Hancock, and Wayne Shorter.
 
The second part of a best-of compilation from Blue Note Records. This hour: music from Cannonball Adderley, Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers, Dexter Gordon, Sonny Clark, Horace Silver, and Duke Pearson.
 
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