I am Chris Hardwick. This podcast used to be called Nerdist. Now it is not. It is still basically just me talking about stuff and things with my two nerdy friends Jonah Ray and Matt Mira when they’re available, and usually someone more famous and smarter than all of us. Swearing is still fun, so we still do that occasionally. I hope you like this new iteration which is the same as before, but if a name hangs you up unhealthily I’m sure you will not hesitate to unfurl your rage not only in th ...
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Podcast host Matt Green has been a driving force in the regional Lowcountry business arena, serving as development partner of Buckwalter Place / Buckwalter Commercial, a large mixed-use project in Bluffton, SC. He also serves on the Bluffton Technology Incubator Corporation board and as a member of the Urban Land Institute and the Creative Coast Alliance.
Sharing the stories behind scientific discovery. Each episode James O'Hanlon meets a different scientist and hears their 'behind the scenes' stories.
Alternative Talk 1150AM is unlike any other talk radio format in the Seattle Radio Market. Hosts on the station cover a wide variety of topics, including natural health, personal and financial growth, pet wellness, the psychic realm, issues important to today’s busy woman, and even foreign language programming to serve the area’s large Russian and Chinese speaking communities. Alternative Talk 1150 is proud to pioneer such unique and diverse talk radio subjects. The station brings a variety ...
A Mix of Top 40's, Dance, Hip Hop, R&B, Latin, Soca & Dancehall for Summer of 2017 Track List 1. Drake – Signs 2. Karl Wolf Feat. Gyptian – Wherever You Go 3. Calvin Harris Feat. Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry & Big Sean – Feels 4. DJ Khaled Feat. Rihanna & Bryson Tiller – Wild Thoughts 5. Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee Feat. Justin Bieber – Despacito 6. French Montana Feat. Swae Lee – Unforgettable 7. Omarion – Distance 8. Wizkid Feat. Chris Brown – African Bad Gyal 9. Machel Montano – Fast Wine ...
In New Zealand drowning is the leading cause of recreational death including around 80 preventable fatalities every year. Today is the first-ever World Drowning Prevention Day. Water Safety New Zealand CEO Daniel Gerrard is with us.
Mikee Carpinter has an intriguing CV. He's both a colourist working in film and television, with a second career as a manager of artists like singer-songwriter Georgia Lines: Accountant, taxi driver, friend and confidante - Mikee says it's all part of an artist-manager's job. And as a long-time musician, he's already experienced the ups and downs o…
So much rides on the shoulders of costume designers. Actors have to look the part, dancers have to be able to move freely, the outfits have to look authentic for the period - and all the time they're taking a hammering every night! Elizabeth Whiting has been one of this country's most experienced stage costume designers for the stage since 1984. An…
Aotearoa's longest running live poetry event, Auckland's Poetry Live! is celebrating 40 eventful, often rowdy and always entertaining years, with a publication launched today called This Twilight Menagerie. Poets - both old-school and boundary-busting and experimental - still rock up to the microphone on Tuesday nights. And the roll call over those…
The pencil may be a humble object, but it's created countless masterpieces in the hands of artists and writers since the 16th century. The discovery of a large graphite deposit in the English town of Borrowdale in 1564 got the pencil ball rolling. Though the graphite was originally wrapped in string before the invention of the wood-cased pencil... …
Writer and podcaster Nicola Twilley's latest book, co-authored with husband Geoff Manaugh, is Until Proven Safe: The History and Future of Quarantine. She joins the show to discuss the importance of planetary quarantine.
There isn't much Professor Dave Gerrard hasn't done when it comes to the Olympic Games, having attended the first Tokyo Olympics in 1964 as an athlete. This time he is a medical commissioner for Fina. He's with us from Tokyo.
Voice cloning software is able to replicate a person's voice speaking any words or sentences that are typed into a keyboard. Founder of VocaliD, Professor Rupal Patel joins us to discuss how the technology works.
Human fathers put more time and energy into rearing their offspring than most other mammalian dads. Dr Lee Gettler is an anthropologist who focuses on fathering and the biology of fatherhood. He's with us today to discuss.
Amanda Ellis arrived in Hawai'i in 2016 and no other place outside of New Zealand has had a stronger impact on her own personal growth than Hawai'i. She's Calling Home this morning from Manoa Valley, Honolulu.
At the biggest national protest for years last week, farmers made it clear they're unhappy with the government and they feel unloved by the country - and the media. The media coverage also revealed a rural / urban divide itself.
A group representing our major news media have agreed a set of principles for reporting terrorism and “national security events." It's a response to fears extremists could use the media for their own ends and that disclosures during an emergency cold put lives in danger - especially when information is unverified. But does giving ground on this mea…
The data is clear: economists' forecasts are often wrong. Given their track record, shouldn't these prognostications come with more caveats and disclaimers when they're broadcast by the media?
Protests expose urban/rural divide in media; government and media on same page over terrorism reporting; the problem with economists' forecasts.
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This morning our panellists will be discussing the suspension of the trans-Tasman travel bubble, the Olympics, the increase in sick leave from five to 10 days and the loss of money from the Americas Cup.
It's long been considered a fact by many that stress turns out hair grey, but a new study has found evidence linking psychological stress to greying hair in people. Martin Picard, Ph.D., co-author of the study joins us.
All over the world there has been an increase in people aged 50+ starting businesses. In New Zealand there are patterns to confirm the trend. Dr Judith Davey conducted 20 in-depth interviews to find out more. She joins us this morning.
Thirty five years later, Fran Wilde and Trevor Mallard discuss the campaign, strategy and tactics involved in the 1985-86 campaign to legalise gay sex.
New York Vinnie opens this week's edition of DriveTime Radio by giving some advice about planning a road trip during wildfire season to keep you and your car as safe as possible. Then, he has his weekly check-in with Jeff Ehoodin who's driving toward a cure for Parkinson's Disease and is currently in Yellowstone. Plus, he interviews Lance Lambert f…
Steve Dashiak with Washinton's Law Firm & Lora Clothier of BioJunction Sports Therapy. Website(s): https://washingtonslawfirm.com/ https://www.biojunction.com/By Alternative Talk- 1150AM KKNW
When David Mitchell's son was diagnosed with autism at three years old, the British author and his wife Keiko Yoshida felt lost, unsure of what was happening inside their son's head. In an effort to find answers, Yoshida ordered a book from Japan written by non-verbal autistic teenager Naoki Higashida. Entitled The Reason I Jump, the book was a rev…
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Tayi Tibble (Te Whānau ā Apanui/Ngāti PorouTe Whānau ā Apanui/Ngāti Porou) is an award winning poet based in Pōneke. She joined Charlotte to discuss fashion, poetry, and Porirua- as well as select her favourite songs on this episode of The Mixtape.
Kim Hill reads and responds to listener feedback for 24 July 2021.
From the Arcoroc mug to the Commodore 64, from the house that Norm Kirk built to the actions of his activist grandmother Connie Summers, writer John Summers has a curiosity for the wider resonance of objects and incidents in his personal history.
The inability to visualise mental images - a condition called aphantasia - affects around 2-5 percent of the population, but very little is known about it. Aphantasia comes in different shapes and sizes - with some reporting a reduced ability to remember the past, imagine the future, or even dream
In today's Focus on Politics podcast, Political Reporter Anneke Smith explores how the conversation on hate speech shifted - from an effort to curb terrorism to a political bunfight - and what the minorities the law change aims to protect want to happen next.
Karpathia talks about her experience evacuating form wildfire with animals and takes listener calls from California and Nevada about kitties with anxiety, puppies ruff housing and more...Website: https://animalcallsradio.comBy Alternative Talk- 1150AM KKNW
A leading jewellery artist known for his subversive punk approach to valuable materials, Karl Fritsch exhibits as much in Europe and the United States as he does New Zealand - but the pandemic has thrown a spanner in the works.
“Heyyyyy, Mrs. C!” Marion Ross aka Mrs. Cunningham from the iconic "Happy Days" sitcom, hails from Albert Lea, MN. The town is so proud of their famous TV mom that they have named a theatre after her and a street also bears her name. Now, the community has dedicated a bronze statue of their favorite citizen, unveiled on July 2nd. We are fortunate t…
The relationship between mothers and daughters has been a central theme of much of the work by Asian-American writer Amy Tan. The best-selling author, whose books include The Joy Luck Club, The Kitchen God's Wife and Where The Past Begins, is the focus of a new documentary which not only examines Tan's relationship with her own mother, but also tra…
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Next month, a group of young activists will be in the Court of Appeal arguing that the current voting age is discriminatory under the Bill of Rights. Make It 16 members Ella Flavell and Lily Lewis join the show to discuss their campaign.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games opening ceremony took place overnight Friday, kicking off a games that has faced countless challenges amid a global pandemic. Professor Ian Culpan, co-director of the NZ Centre for Olympic Studies, says it's astonishing the games are going ahead. He believes the decision goes against the International Olympic Committee'…
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Pressure is mounting on the Fijian government to impose a national lockdown amid the worsening Covid-19 crisis in the Pacific island nation; Local media in Bougainville report that several villages in the upper Konnou are being held captive by militants demanding money; The resilience and unity of the Cook Islanders across the globe is being celebr…
Pressure is mounting on the Fijian government to impose a national lockdown amid the worsening Covid-19 crisis in the Pacific island nation.
Local media in Bougainville report that several villages in the upper Konnou are being held captive by militants demanding money.
The resilience and unity of the Cook Islanders across the globe is being celebrated at the Te Maeva Nui festival in New Zealand this weekend.
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Singer, songwriter Je'Nai Kuhn stops by LYS to chat about her soulful music, life, her book Rainbow and Kane the Dane :)Website: www.jenaikuhn.com/By Alternative Talk- 1150AM KKNW
Ever thought about recording an oral history? What is oral history exactly and where can you hear it? Pou Hitori and Audio Visual Historian with Manatu Taonga - Ministry of Culture and Heritage, Emma-Jean Kelly explains how it works.