show episodes
 
If you love cricket then this podcast is for you. Get closer to the game than ever before with the longest running weekly Australian cricket podcast. The show has twice been a finalist in the Australian Podcast Awards and has episodes placed in the National Film & Sound Archive. The podcast is hosted by Andrew Menczel, Paul Dennett and Jelisa Apps. The show features a wide variety of cricket journalists, current players and retired cricket greats. This is must listen for cricket fans.
 
The stories of those growing the game across the world. Inspiring passion. Hosts Daniel Beswick, Tim Cutler and Nick Skinner interview trailblazing players, coaches and administrators from Associate cricket and beyond in our weekly show, while bonus interviews and special episodes are released regularly. The trio also reflect on the 'week that was' in the emerging cricket world, debating the issues affecting the game's global growth. Emerging Cricket is an independent collective of volunteer ...
 
A weekly wrap of the “must-know” developments in Marketing, Media, Agency and Technology for leaders and emerging leaders in the industry. Veteran industry journalist and Mi3 Executive Editor Paul McIntyre talks each week with guest marketers who are in the know on what matters at the nexus of marketing, agencies, media and technology. Powered mostly by Human Intelligence (HI).
 
Style Diaries Decoded is a no-fluff podcast focused on helping the Emerging Brand Entrepreneur Community shift their biz energy into cultivating & actualizing a signature brand style that builds respect, trust, and revenue. All too often, resources are scarce when it comes to the importance of Brand Style Identity, & this platform helps bridge the gap. Hosted by Style Experts Adrienne Russell and Fabienne Ami, this biweekly show unravels the secrets to achieving a life with style unlimited. ...
 
This challenging eight-part series investigates the links between sport and climate change and asks the sporting community, including us as fans, to assess our contribution to an unfolding crisis. Athletes, clubs and governing bodies tell stories from three angles; the impact of climate change on everyday sport, the contribution of sport to the global emergency and the solutions sport can deliver to help make a difference. Can sport lead on this? Why are athletes afraid? What can we all do t ...
 
Bohemian Biology features audio pieces dealing with various topics ranging from recent advances in the health sciences, social life and art scene in the Brooklyn and New York area. This podcast is a personal interface with my own little circle of social and professional encounters and is linked to my blog: http://florenceblanchard.wordpress.com/
 
Inside India is an original podcast by UTI International and hosted by Ben Hayward. Join us as we embark on an exciting journey through the new and modern India. From the dabbawalas to the Tatas and the Ambanis, let’s see what the future may hold for the world’s largest democracy. In this series, we feature conversations with business and economic leaders who have lived and breathed the story of India as they tell us their version of what makes this such a compelling and exciting growth oppo ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
With Tim and Bes out of action, Nick is joined by EC contributor Tom Grunshaw as they interview UAE men's captain Ahmed Raza to discuss the year gone by and take stock of the game in the Emirates. Raza talks about the challenges of staying sharp in a quiet year for the national team, enthuses about the young prospects coming through men's and women…
 
Reporters Tom Morris and Brenton Cherry provide an update on the Ashes and BBL after several Covid-19 scares across the last 48 hours. Brought to you by Toyota. That’s Good for Cricket. To support your local grassroots club head to www. toyota.com.au/goodforcricketraffle See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The first political poll of the year shows the Prime Minister's popularity is dropping, but she's still well ahead of National's new leader. It's the first One News Kantar Public Poll since Chris Luxon took over from Judith Collins and he's led the party to a bump in the polls. Our political reporter Charlie Dreaver talks to Lisa Owen.…
 
Development of the multi-million dollar Taranaki Crossing in Te Papakura o Taranaki - Egmont National Park - has entered into a new phase this summer. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6293894491001 Contractors have been on the ground improving drainage, repairing steps and leveling tracks - wor…
 
A business advocacy group has had its order of rapid antigen tests effectively absorbed into government supplies. Now the EMA has been forced to source RAT tests from elsewhere. Meanwhile it is waiting to hear what businesses will be deemed critical and able to buy pass isolation requirements under the government's test to work scheme. That's where…
 
The wheels have fallen off a cycle race planned for this weekend, due to red light restrictions. It was all go for the two day Whaka 100 events in Rotorua this Saturday until organisers say permission to use trails in Whakarewarewa forest were pulled because of Covid concerns. Almost 2,000 people were entered, in what would have been the race's 15t…
 
The Prime Minister can't give assurances New Zealand's hospitals and ICU's will hold up in the Omicron outbreak. New modelling predicts daily infections could climb sharply in the coming weeks and sounds a warning about ICU capacity over the next few months. There are also calls for the booster gap to be shortened immediately to give New Zealanders…
 
From summer festival to potential super spreader event, the fallout from Hamilton's Soundsplash gig is becoming clearer. So far five attendees have tested positive for Covid-19, with at least one confirmed as having the Omicron variant. At least 68 people have been identified as close contacts and all attendees are advised to self-monitor for sympt…
 
Your daily snapshot of the biggest stories of the day, supply chain issues to be discussed at National Cabinet, why the cost of petrol has soared, a once-in-a-century weather event for Victoria and the push to get more young people sheering sheep. ************************** Welcome to the 9News Lunch podcast. The biggest news stories of the day in …
 
More and more New Zealanders will have to look after themselves at home as the Omicron outbreak grows. The government has set out how each of its three phases in the 'red' traffic light setting will work - each phase dependent on case numbers. It's clear that as case numbers grow, health resources will concentrate on those who'll get sickest, leavi…
 
If the worst of Covid comes to pass and food supplies get hit - growing your own mushrooms might be the solution. That's what one Raglan couple did during lockdown - and now it's sprouted into a successful business. Emily Eldin and Sean Mills run Mushrooms by the Sea, where they sell weird and wonderful varieties, and mushroom growing kits. Sean ta…
 
Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal is one step closer to a record 21st Grand Slam title - but not everyone is happy about it. The 35-year-old remains in the hunt for a second Australian Open title after a five-set quarterfinal win over Denis Shapovalov in Melbourne last night. The match, however, left the young Canadian with a few complaints. Lisa Ow…
 
Canterbury Police have announced an amnesty for people to hand in fake Covid vaccine passes. Detective Sergeant Daniel Isherwood says there are a number of people in the wider Christchurch area who have been identified as having received a fraudulent My Vaccine Pass. He says police are going through the list and people who have one those are strong…
 
Private suppliers of Rapid Antigen Tests have lashed out at the government's interference with their orders. The government plans to increase the number of tests available to the public ahead of an Omicron surge, with almost 15 million rapid antigen tests due to arrive in the country over the next five weeks. But it's being accused of claiming stoc…
 
Farmers are warning of huge pressures on food supply if they're not considered part of the critical workforce. The government has laid out its three-phase plan to tackle omicron, which would allow critical workers who are close contacts of a case to return to work after a negative rapid antigen test. But they haven't defined exactly which workers i…
 
Whether it's in a salad, on the barbie, or mixed up as the base to a sauce, tomatoes are a staple in so many of our meals. But the price is leaving a sour taste in plenty of people's mouths, nearly doubling to more than $7 per kg. With that price at the checkout, lots of people are turning to grow your own, but now even the plants are hard to come …
 
The red hot property market is continuing to push new records, and there's no relief in sight for desperate renters and first home hunters. Latest Corelogic figures show residential property values reached $1.7 trillion in the three months to December, compared with $1.3 trillion the year earlier. While some are predicting prices have reached their…
 
The government has outlined its staged approach to the highly transmissible Omicron variant that is already in the community. There were 56 new cases on Wednesday. As infections spread, the isolation period for cases and close contacts reduces to 10 and seven days respectively, at phase two and three. Also in phase three - when there will be thousa…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2022 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login