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Judging Book Covers Podcast is a monthly book club podcast hosted by Megg Griffin, Stephanie Cortez, and Ollie Brady! Each month we read a new book, discuss media we've absorbed, and discuss the importance of literature in the world!
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Join Pat McAfee, AJ Hawk, the Toxic Table, and Tone Digs Monday-Friday as they tackle the biggest news in sports. Former Pro Bowl punter McAfee and his friends make an extremely uncommon combination of insider expertise, insightful perspective, and relatable ridiculousness. Every day promises one-of-a-kind entertainment that won't be seen anywhere else.
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Alison Spittle, co-hosts Kerry Katona and Fern Brady and listeners share their funniest, most embarrassing stories - the bad stuff that makes you feel good. All episodes available now! Featuring burning shame from a whole host of celebrity guests and comedians, and former co-host Fern Brady. Producer: Beth O'Dea Artwork: Sophie Rose Brampton Social media: Harry Robinson Commissioning Assistant Producer: Adam Eland Commissioning Producer: Natasha Johansson Commissioning Executive: Dylan Haski ...
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What A Combo

Sony Music Entertainment

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Ever dunked your chips in a milkshake? Or sprinkled Bombay mix over an ice cream? Comedian Fern Brady is inviting some of her famous pals for a feast like no other - tucking into a bunch of the best (and worst) food combos about. Fern Brady is one of Britain’s most exciting comedians – according to The Daily Telegraph she’s the 48th funniest person of the 21st Century! You might know Fern from Taskmaster, Live At the Apollo, or her Sunday Times best-selling memoir Strong Female Character, bu ...
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Savannah Brymer hosts "Killer Instinct", a true-crime podcast that sheds light on horrific events, but more importantly, attempts to bring justice to the many grieving families that these crimes have touched. Every Wednesday, Savannah breaks down the events leading up to the crime, as well as proposes multiple theories as to what could’ve happened, all with the help of listeners and even the victim's families. Get the ad-free version here: https://killerinstinct.supercast.tech/ For advertisi ...
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Rob Shuter is serving up some tea! Hear from America’s No. 1 gossip columnist as he’s joined by industry peeps and celebrity pals each day to break exclusive scoops and dish on the biggest Hollywood news. All in his naughty but nice signature style, of course. It’s always a pinch, never a punch!
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The Laundromat

The Laundromat

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Caleb and Brady talking about life and other shenanigans while their clothes are in the dryer. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thelaundromat/support
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PA BOOKS on PCN

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PA Books features authors of books about Pennsylvania-related topics. These hour-long conversations allow authors to discuss both their subject matter and inspiration behind the books.
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Success is not achieved, it’s made - by you. There are recipes for success. Simply follow a proven recipe, and you’ll become successful. The thing is, it still takes work, dedication, and unrelenting perseverance. The MIND BODY BUSINESS Show is a show about the 3 pillars of success. It’s like a tripod. Take any one of its legs away, and it comes tumbling down. Join us for value, insight, and expert interviews.
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After Action Project

Firearms Radio Network

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The After Action Project is a podcast that focuses on the student’s perspective of a specific firearm’s (or firearms related) training course. It is an hour long conversational interview, with the time being almost equally split between the student and the instructor. While the podcast focuses on a specific course, it also introduces its listeners to the instructor, their training philosophies, and style of teaching/coaching/instructing.
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This collection of programs from the University of California faculty and guests illuminates the crosscurrents in America that led to the election of Donald Trump and the ensuing impact on healthcare, immigration, foreign policy, human rights, journalism, Congress, the courts and other institutions in civic life.
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Two 6 foot plus guys Zach and Ross share their thoughts and opinions on topics that surround both of their lives. Zach is a Youth Pastor and a Wide Receiver Coach, and Ross is a Creative Pastor and is heavily involved in the sports world. Both Ross and Zach talk about their work, interests, opinions, faith, and much more on this podcast.
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THE UNWANTED MIND PODCAST is a unfiltered, unapologetic, and unruly hot takes that are intended to reach your unwanted mind. Hosted by the one and only Frank Magana, also known as by the stage name, UNWANTED MIND (Artist, Recording Artist, Fashion Designer, Content Creator, Influencer, an overall Creative). In a decade on where everyone is getting cancelled, this podcast was brought to show that we could care less about sensitivities. This podcast may not be for you if you are a sensitive pe ...
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Prince Harry has lost a High Court challenge over his royal security arrangements. The Duke of Sussex took legal action against the British Government over a decision to lower his personal level of security, after stepping back from Royal duties. UK correspondent Enda Brady says Harry is now expected to hand over at least $2 million in legal fees. …
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What’s Going On? There’s hasn’t been a podcast in ages and then, in usual style, two come along at once. If you’ve not listened, then get your ears around St Anthony’s Recollections podcast out earlier in the week. It was a short sharp pod all about Paul McStay. For the longer form podcast (and it’s very long) we have Remy, Lawrence & me asking (an…
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Bitter hostilities between Queen Camilla and Prince Harry exploded when the royal renegade made a 5,500-mile dash to see his father. Bradley Cooper has revealed an unexpected detail about a business meeting he had with Beyoncé and Jay-Z at the power couple's mansion. Tom Brady doubts the timeline of ex-wife Gisele Bündchen's budding romance with ji…
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There's a prediction big drops in mortgage rates are on the cards. Both ANZ and ASB have lowered some of their mortgages rates, following the Reserve Bank's decision to keep the Official Cash Rate unchanged at 5.5 percent. KiwiBank Chief Economist Jarrod Kerr says if the central bank starts cutting in November, it could be just the start. "They'll …
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The Transport Minister says a balance must be struck between building much needed infrastructure and paying for it. The Government has released its $21 billion spending roadmap, which includes new major roads and a pothole prevention fund. Vehicle registration fees will increase by $25 dollars next January, then again in three years, to help cover …
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Over in Australia, a Senate inquiry has been launched into the risks posed by Red Imported Fire Ants. Allergy bodies have warned the fire ants could cause a widespread flare-up in allergic reactions if they become endemic. Australian correspondent Oliver Peterson says these ants are widespread throughout Australian parks, and eradicating them would…
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New Zealand is celebrating a record medal haul at the World Athletics Indoor Championships in Scotland, snaring two silvers and two golds to beat the previous record tally set in 2016. 1500 metre runner Geordie Beamish and high jumper Hamish Kerr snared gold on the final day. Sportstalk host Jason Pine explains further. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.…
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Big changes need to be made to Premier House, according to one member of the building's board. Former National MP Annabel Young says the recent report into the state of the house shows it's in a sorry state. It comes after Prime Minister Christopher Luxon revealed the building needs serious work. Young says earthquake strengthening needs to be done…
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Kensington Palace made it clear in January the timelines of the princess’ recovery. Andy cohen's representative stated that the claims against him are "completely false." Bradley Cooper revealed that during the first few months of his daughter's life, he couldn't relate to other parents who would say they'd die for their kids. Don't forget to vote …
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The DoC is to repair Cathedral Cove's walking track. This is welcome news to the businesses that rely quite heavily on the tourism that that attracts. Conservation Minister Tama Paka told Heather Du Plessis-Allan that she is 'absolutely focused on making sure we can get the track down there back on track.' LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener f…
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Now the Royals have issued a new statement on Kate Middleton's health. Kensington Palace put out a statement saying it had announced in January she would be out of action until Easter. No significant updates would be given until then Royal Correspondent Victoria Arbiter told Heather Du Plessis-Allan that "The Palace has been forced to issue this st…
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The government is giving the police more powers to take gangs guns off gangs. Firearm protection orders already allow the courts to stop the high risk offenders from being around guns at all. But now that's going to be extended to any member or associate of a gang with a significant conviction. Associate Justice Minister Nicole McKee told Heather D…
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Prime Minister Christopher Luxon will no longer claim a $52,000 accommodation allowance for living in the Wellington apartment he owns - and will re-pay $13,000. His U-turn came mere hours after he told media in Queenstown that he was entitled to claim the money. Earlier today it was revealed he was claiming an 11 per cent top up to his own $471,00…
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The six defendants in the White Island case have been ordered to pay a collective $10.21 million in reparations and almost $2.5 million in fines. The biggest penalties were for Whakaari Management Limited, which runs the island itself. White Island Tours, were operating the boat tours to the island, including the tour group present on the island wh…
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The allegations in the lawsuit filed by former "Real Housewives" star Leah McSweeney, are indeed significant and explosive. Prince Harry lost a legal battle with the British government over the removal of publicly funded security in the UK. Drea de Matteo has revealed that she used the earnings from her OnlyFans account to pay off her mortgage debt…
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Tonight on The Huddle, David Farrar from Kiwiblog and Curia and Ali Jones from Red PR joined in on a discussion about the following issues of the day- and more! Yesterday, Melissa Lee said she wasn't concerned about New Zealand having just one TV news station and that there was still a 'plurality of voices'. She's since clarified and claimed she mi…
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Households can breathe a temporary sigh of relief following yesterday's announcement from the Reserve Bank. The Bank has held the OCR steady at 5.5 percent, in line with with what most economists were predicting. NZ Herald business editor at large Liam Dann says it's going to be a long battle to get inflation down, so the future's uncertain. LISTEN…
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The world's biggest sheep-shearing event is kicking off in Masterton today. Over 500 shearers and wool-handlers are taking part in the three-day event, an increase of 25 percent on the previous year. The Country's Jamie Mackay says finding sheep has been tougher this year- but they've managed to get at least 3500 ahead of the event. LISTEN ABOVE Se…
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There's growing concern that the proposed closure of Newshub could be a sign of tougher times for the media industry. Warner Bros. Discovery revealed they planned to shutter newsroom operations from July, forcing hundreds out of work. AUT media researcher Merja Myllylahti says the entire industry is in trouble, revenue-wise. "For example, results f…
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There's salt in the wound for Christchurch Blink-182 fans after bassist Mark Hoppus was filmed ripping on the city. It comes after the band announced they were cancelling their Christchurch show, just two weeks ahead of the event taking place. Consumer NZ Communications and Campaigns Manager Jessica Walker says the band's actions have encouraged fa…
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Health New Zealand says it's going as fast as it can to combat huge delays in implementing pay rises. It's been three months since senior doctors and dentists settled pay negotiations, but most still haven't received agreed increases. The Association of Salaried Medical Specialists says some of its members have been told they won't get the extra mo…
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ACT Party leader David Seymour is investigating making TVNZ pay dividends. He's asked Treasury to look into the returns the station is offering tax-payers, after 1News' competitor Newshub revealed it was broke. Warner Bros. Discovery has proposed shuttering Newshub from July, axing one of the country's biggest commercial news operators. Seymour say…
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An issue with paying for fuel at outdoor pumps has been confirmed as being related to the leap year. The extra day in February has affected Allied, Waitomo, Gull and BP truck stops, stopping customers from paying for their gas. Software provider Invenco was meant to roll out a fix at 3 o'clock - but that hasn't happened. Waitomo Chief Executive Sim…
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The designation of Hamas as a terrorist entity isn't expected to have implications for controversial pro-Palestine protest chants. Both the movement's military and political wings - which govern parts of Gaza - are now deemed a terrorist group in New Zealand. When pressed, Peters says people just have to follow and respect the law during protests. …
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The life and legacy of Fa’anana Efeso Collins has been celebrated at the Manukau Events Centre. Thousands of people, including Prime Minister Chris Luxon, former rugby stars and politicians from all sides came together to pay their respects to the late MP. ZB senior political correspondent Barry Soper says Efeso really left a mark in Parliament dur…
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NSW's Police Commissioner has taken the first steps to remove Beau Lamarre-Condon from the state's police force. Lamarre-Condon has been accused of murdering Sydney couple Luke Davies and Jesse Baird several days ago. Australian correspondent Murray Olds says Lamarre-Condon allegedly carried out the murder with a police firearm - sparking an invest…
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New Zealand seamer Matt Henry is leading the way on the opening day of the first cricket test against Australia at the Basin Reserve. He's taken three wickets to have the tourists 166 for five early in the final session. Sportstalk host D'Arcy Waldegrave explains further. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Wellington's mayor is celebrating a controversial multi-million dollar development deal. Wellington City Council today agreed to continue with its plan to buy the land under the Reading Cinema complex for $32 million. The complex will then be rented back to the company, with the funds used to pay for quake strengthening. Tory Whanau couldn't go int…
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Prince William's absence at a recent memorial service has raised eyebrows, particularly in light of his wife, Kate Middleton's, ongoing recovery from abdominal surgery. Ben Affleck has made a candid revelation about his rekindled relationship with Jennifer Lopez in 2021, emphasizing the need for privacy. Don Lemon will receive an eye-popping $24.5 …
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Chara and Henry Miller were found shot to death in their home in 2017 while their kids were home. There was no evidence of forced entry or a robbery, and when speaking with the three daughters, authorities learned that none recalled hearing gunfire or any sounds of a struggle. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listen…
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British MPs facing threats to their safety can opt for extra security as part of a new package. £31 million has been allocated to help protect concerned politicians, amid growing safety concerns since the war in Gaza began. UK correspondent Gavin Grey says this could include extra bodyguards for MPs who are most at risk. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio…
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Tonight on The Huddle, Sarah Trotman from Business Mentors and Jack Tame from ZB's Saturday Mornings and Q&A joined in on a discussion about the following issues of the day- and more! Newshub shocked employees with the revelation they planned to shut down newsroom operations by the end of June. Do we just have to accept that the news sector in New …
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The Reserve Bank Governor says inflation is still too high to consider cutting the OCR. Adrian Orr held the OCR steady at 5.5 percent today, in line with most economist's expectations. Infometrics Principal Economist Brad Olsen says the Bank's on the right track to bringing down inflation. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inform…
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The Reserve Bank Governor has held the Official Cash Rate at 5.5 percent today, as expected by most economists. Adrian Orr says there was discussion on whether to bring in a small hike, but the Monetary Policy Committee concluded holding was the right move. Milford Asset Management's Katlyn Parker analyses the market reaction to this announcement. …
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Finance Minister Nicola Willis wants to exempt some trusts from paying the new 39 percent trustee tax rate. She hinted the Government planned to modify the bill aimed at lifting the trustee tax rate from 33 percent to 39 percent from April 1. NZ Herald Wellington business editor Jenee Tibshraeny explains how Nicola Willis plans to determine these e…
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Chris Hipkins has given a seething speech in the House, slamming the Government's unwinding Labour's smokefree laws. The legislation had restricted retailers who can sell cigarettes, and banned people born after 2008 from buying them. A Bill scrapping the moves is now in its first reading. ZB senior political correspondent Barry Soper says he's nev…
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Over in the US, President Biden and former President Trump have won their respective parties' Michigan's presidential primaries. Both candidates are still likely to enter an electoral rematch in November, according to political experts. US correspondent Dan Mitchinson says Trump and Biden hold a clear lead over the other candidates. LISTEN ABOVE Se…
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The Black Caps will be without Devon Conway for the first cricket test against Australia in Wellington, with more damage revealed to his left thumb. Conway suffered the injury while wicket-keeping in the second T20 at Eden Park. Additional scans revealed extra issues with the thumb. Sportstalk host D'Arcy Waldegrave explains what this means for tom…
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Christchurch Airport has pulled back and put their controversial Tarras airport project on hold. Chief executive Justin Watson announced that all future work on the airport would be delayed, saying more time is needed to examine the overall impact and consult with local and national stakeholders. Christchurch city councillor Yani Johansen suspects …
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Building back trust is next on the agenda for the rat-plagued Countdown Dunedin South. It reopened today, after being closed for almost three weeks for pest management procedures. Woolworths Stores Director Jason Stockill says foot traffic was down today, but they're determined to regain customers' faith. "We know it's going to be a slow process, b…
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There's a clip of David Seymour making the rounds on social media that has viewers scratching their heads. In the interview, recorded in 2010, the ACT leader was recorded speaking with a clear Canadian accent. Seymour says he adopted the accent during his time overseas to blend in with the locals. "I know people that have lived outside their home c…
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