Best Ece podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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The Voice of the Horse World
 
The world's leading daily morning podcast for the horse world with listeners in over 90 countries. A light, lively, entertaining look at the horse world and the people in it. The show includes entertaining conversation, out of the ordinary guests, numerous regular horse related segments, training tips, health segments, listener call ins, contests, giveaways and so much more.
 
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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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Monocle 24
Daily+
 
Launched in February 2007, Monocle is a premium media brand with magazine, web, audio, retail and broadcast divisions. With coverage of forgotten states, alluring political figures, emerging brands, fresh forces in popular culture and inspiring design solutions, our mission is to keep an eye and an ear on the world.
 
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Horse Tip Daily
Monthly+
 
A short daily online radio show (horse podcast) packed with useful tips and information from the top names in the horse world. A different horse tip, a different equine topic, a different equestrian expert almost every day.
 
The Voice of the Horse World
 
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Want to hear from the authors, artists, creative thinkers and business leaders shaping your world? The Monocle Weekly presents just that on our longest-running radio programme.
 
Want to hear from the authors, artists, creative thinkers and business leaders shaping your world? The Monocle Weekly presents just that on our longest-running radio programme.
 
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With more British MPs resigning from their parties we ask if Westminster is undergoing a fundamental shift. Plus: Austria’s chancellor meets Donald Trump, CNN angers its own journalists by hiring a former GOP staffer, Twitter moves to clamp down on disinformation and a word from French film-maker François Ozon. From Milan: Salone highlights, in ...…
 
It’s cold in most parts of the country right now, but if you want to keep riding during the winter, we have some tips for you. Alyssa and Jess sit down with Allie Carlson, who currently lives in Alaska, to learn all the best tricks for riding in the cold.By admin.
 
It’s cold in most parts of the country right now, but if you want to keep riding during the winter, we have some tips for you. Alyssa and Jess sit down with Allie Carlson, who currently lives in Alaska, to learn all the best tricks for riding in the cold.
 
An in-depth look at four start-ups easing the strain on healthcare providers and making the patient experience more transparent. We meet the founders of Tovertafel, Patientory, Thriva and Forward Health. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.
 
Carole Walker and Robin Lustig discuss the latest defections in UK politics. Plus: how Trump’s government is going to pressure nations to decriminalise homosexuality and Kim Jong-un’s epic train journey. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.
 
How did Australia’s infamous asylum-seeker policies begin? Ben Rylan explains how the Tampa Affair in 2001 radically shifted the nation’s politics. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.
 
Shelby Zarobinski talks about filming the Budweiser Clydesdale commercial, Dr. Werner explains the basics of caring for a newborn foal and Jamie has some advice for teaching your horse to stand still.By admin.
 
Shelby Zarobinski talks about filming the Budweiser Clydesdale commercial, Dr. Werner explains the basics of caring for a newborn foal and Jamie has some advice for teaching your horse to stand still.
 
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Can Europe’s Nato members rely on the might of the US military? Plus: Russia’s relationship with Belarus, the resignations of senior members of the UK's Conservative Party and the world’s greatest railway journeys. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.
 
As Mohammed Bin Salman heads to China, we look at how Beijing has been trying to raise its profile in the Middle East. Plus: the significance of Jair Bolsonaro firing one of his most senior aides and a look back at the life and legacy of Karl Lagerfeld. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.…
 
The first houses from the troubled Bella Vista subdivision in Tauranga are being removed over the next few days in what will be the final chapter in a long-running saga.
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is being urged to step in and solve a long-running standoff between the Transport Agency and 20 Auckland homeowners who say roadworks have damaged their houses.
 
Kiwibuild is teaming up with house builder Mike Greer Homes to construct more than 100 houses in North West Auckland and Canterbury. But at the same time as the Housing Minister Phil Twyford was unveiling the plan, National was accusing Housing New Zealand of cutting first home buyers out of the market.…
 
Wellington iwi erupted in haka and song on Wellington's waterfront today as they welcomed thousands to the capital for Te Matatini - the biggest kapa haka competition in the country. The four-day festival will begin tomorrow, where 46 teams from 13 regions across New Zealand and in Australia will take to the stage.…
 
As profits earned by charity-owned businesses continue to skyrocket, critics say a centuries old law which allows them to dodge income tax needs to go. As Nita Blake-Persen reports, you might be surprised how many products in your pantry are made by companies which don't have to pay tax.
 
Winston Peters is standing by his attack on former Prime Minister Dame Jenny Shipley after an article appeared in China's People's Daily under her byline in support of the country's reforms. But Dame Jenny says she didn't write the piece.
 
GCSB head Andrew Hampton has denied coming under political or diplomatic pressure to reject Spark's proposal to partner with Chinese telecom firm Huawei to rollout 5G here. Political Editor Jane Patterson reports.
 
The latest electricity recommendations say struggling households should get more help and prompt-payment discounts should be dropped. An independent panel says its focus has been on fair and affordable pricing, and says government should not introduce pricing caps and other radical changes.
 
News from the business sector, including a market report.
 
Susan Burdett's best friend has told a court she confided in her about a secret relationship with a man named 'Mike' before she was killed. Malcolm Rewa is on trial for the murder of Ms Burdett, who was found clubbed to death in her South Auckland home 27 years ago.
 
More than 5000 early childhood carers are set to lose their government subsidies if they don't get qualified. The new rule has divided the sector with some companies saying it will force educators underground or out of business, and others saying upskilling is a good idea.
 
Auckland Transport chairman Lester Levy says Lime must prove its e-scooters are safe by Friday or get all of them off the roads. He told Lisa Owen he's also considering an investigation into the role of paid lobbyists getting Lime into Auckland.
 
Has the age of Donald Trump opened a window for the rise of Bernie Sanders? Plus: CNN’s Will Ripley on the state of North Korean diplomacy, Tyler Brûlé reflects on the life of Karl Lagerfeld and Peter Tatchell discusses the activism of the late film-maker Derek Jarman. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.…
 
Architect Sir Terry Farrell’s playful pastiche of styles can be seen from the MI6 building to the Breakfast Television Centre in London. His six-decade career has veered from masterplanning city blocks to building train stations in China. Josh Fehnert sits down with the postmodern master. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily ru ...…
 
Key members of the Certified Horsemanship Association team talk about what's coming up for the organization and the miriade of educational opportunities available. Guests include CHA President Tammi Gainer, Membership & Marketing Coordinator Lindsey Trockenbrot and Membership Services Director Terri Weaver. Hosted by Christy Landwehr.…
 
Key members of the Certified Horsemanship Association team talk about what's coming up for the organization and the miriade of educational opportunities available. Guests include CHA President Tammi Gainer, Membership & Marketing Coordinator Lindsey Trockenbrot and Membership Services Director Terri Weaver. Hosted by Christy Landwehr.…
 
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Isabel Hilton and Michael Goldfarb discuss China’s economic blueprint for Hong Kong-Macau, Bernie Sanders announcing his candidacy for 2020 and the first minister to go in Bolsonaro’s government. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.
 
We head to Hamra, an area that combines authentic hole-in-the-wall coffee sellers and breakfast joints with new bars and bistros. Our guide is Monocle correspondent Lizzie Porter. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.
 
From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.
 
Has the era of two-party politics in Europe had its day? Plus, Trump’s border-wall struggles, Germany prepares to allow joint defence projects with France and we examine the legacy of Karl Lagerfeld, who died today. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.
 
We look at Iran’s relations with the rest of the world – and the future of the nuclear accord after the foreign minister suggests Iranians have lost faith in the deal. Plus: we get to the bottom of Polish-Israeli tensions and detail the impact of Brexit on London’s financial sector. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running ...…
 
Two Kunekune pigs are in the market for a new home after they were found wandering along a New Plymouth street a month ago.
 
The cost of earthquake strengthening the Wellington Town Hall has ballooned by more than $20 million. Next week councillors will be asked to approve more funding for the project.
 
Tasman mayor Richard Kempthorne says landowners returning to their fire-damaged properties want to know who is going to pay to repair them, but the $320,000 in the mayoral relief fund won't be enough.
 
The Opposition has already started to launch pre-emptive attacks about a potential capital gains tax, two days before the Tax Working Group reveals its final recommendations.
 
The Salvation Army is launching its own ethical truck shop in a bid to stamp out some of the harm that's being done by mobile traders in some of the country's most deprived neighbourhoods.
 
Authorities are investigating the death of possibly hundreds of native eels, dumped on a river bank in Hawke's Bay. During the Hawke's Bay Regional Council's routine flood control work, diggers cleared tonnes of mud from agricultural drains - but appeared to have scooped up the eels in the process.
 
Nelson-Tasman is struggling with its driest weather in decades, with Golden Bay now in a one-in-20-year drought. The district's already ailing farmers and growers are in some areas operating on about 30 percent of their normal water allowances for irrigating crops.
 
It may soon cost an extra $200 to cremate an oversize person in Hawke's Bay, if the council approves the move. But charging more to cremate "oversized" caskets is inevitable throughout the country, a funeral industry body says.
 
News from the business sector, including a market report.
 
A miniature horse has died after being stabbed more than 40 times in what SPCA describes as a frenzy attack. SPCA chief executive Andrea Midgen says it's one of the worst cases of animal cruelty she has heard of.
 
Merivale Retirement Village residents have been told there aren't enough beds for all of them in a new home that's being built, and some are going to have to move out. The reason? It seems not as many of them as expected have died.
 
Otago University students will be able to get their illegal drugs tested during Orientation week in a bid to reduce overdoses and harm from rogue concoctions. Lisa Owen asked the students' association's chief executive Debbie Downs why she thought there was a need for the service.
 
Serial rapist Malcolm Rewa took the stand for the first time in his third murder trial today, telling the jury Susan Burdett was his friend and he had nothing to do with her death.
 
A second species of fruit fly has been found in a surveillance trap in the Auckland suburb of Otara. Checkpoint reporter Alex Perrottet is inside the red zone and joins us live on camera.
 
We examine the role of propaganda in the rise and fall of Isis with journalist Rukmini Callimachi. Plus: the UK Labour party’s public break-up and why Trump doesn’t believe his own intelligence services. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.
 
Photojournalist Paul Conroy and film director Matthew Heineman join Robert Bound to discuss the making of ‘A Private War’ – the new biopic of the late war journalist Marie Colvin. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.
 
John Everard and Robert Fox discuss the Pulwama attacks, the UK Labour party splits, plus our take from the Munich Security Conference. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.
 
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