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Everyday Creation is about living our purpose and lifting our vibes for ourselves and the world. The title references three types of creation: The various ways we express ourselves (for example, with art, music and so many other pursuits fueled by purpose and passion); the parts of life that fill us with awe — birth, death, love, the big picture of life; and our innate personal power to create our best possible lives while also making the world a better place. You’ll hear conversations with ...
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Here at The Gale Hill Radio Hour, you’ll find conversations and short essays having to do with the human experience — our purpose, our passions, the stories of our lives, both lighthearted and otherwise. Also, the power of our spiritual selves, whether on our own or when we join with others in understanding, love and light. I welcome you to join my guests and me in this adventure. Kate Jones
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Plenty with Kate Northrup

Kate Northrup, Author, Entrepreneur, and Speaker

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What if you could get more of what you want in life? But not through pushing, forcing, or pressure. You can. When it comes to money, time, and energy, no one’s gonna turn away more. And Kate Northrup, Bestselling Author of Money: A Love Story and Do Less and host of Plenty, is here to help you expand your capacity to receive all of the best. As a Money Empowerment OG who’s been at it for nearly 2 decades, Kate’s the abundance-oriented best friend you may not even know you’ve always needed. P ...
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Bliss of the Abyss

Robert Neumark Jones

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Hosted by Robert Neumark Jones (aka Ruskin Denmark), TBOTA is unique, hilarious, off-the-wall and off the planet. It's your dose of ludicrous insanity you never knew you needed until now.. If you enjoyed, please consider helping to support the show so that I can keep making it patreon.com/theblissoftheabyss
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This podcast is for those who want to take ownership of their lives, live unapologetically and are ready to turn their dreams into reality. The Rise & Conquer podcast will provide the tools and actionable steps that will inspire you to take bold action, feel confident within yourself and conquer your goals. Join me and special guests weekly as we chat about all things health, mastering your mindset, creating lasting habits, thriving in your career and relationships plus so much more! Georgie x
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This podcast is for women who are ready for more and want to burn the rule book that’s kept them from getting it. Join me on my mission to redefine the world ‘selfish’ and prove that when women make themselves their number one priority, it will catapult them into the adventure of a lifetime, one that will leave them breathless with excitement, astonished at what they’re capable of, and in awe of the magic that life holds for them. I’m Val Jones, Certified Professional Coach, and in each epis ...
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Dr Kate Gifford, a global authority on managing childhood myopia (short-sightedness) in clinical practice, discusses the latest myopia research and clinical techniques with experts from around the world.
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Can institutional culture challenge your mental health? What if your job makes you feel shame, sadness, grief, disgust and fear? What if you are expected not to feel? Or you are expected to be relentlessly competitive? What it’s like to live or work in a prison? Does working with people who commit murder, child abuse and rape affect people who work in prisons and the wider criminal justice system? How do people survive and thrive when facing significant challenges to our emotional health ove ...
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Hosted in the horse box - Kate and Claire travel the countryside chatting to inspiring people about wildlife, farming and field sports - while you relax at home! Fed up with celebrity culture? Join us as we listen to the hidden stories behind the banjo-playing farrier and the recently retired racecourse executive, who ran two of Englands premier racecourses. So here we go ...... load the lorry, rev the engine and enjoy the ride! Contact us on fromthehorsebox@gmail.com we would love any feedb ...
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Rethinking Wellness

Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, CEDS

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Rethinking Wellness offers critical thinking and compassionate skepticism about wellness and diet culture, and reflections on how to find true well-being. We explore the science (or lack thereof) behind popular wellness diets, the role of influencers and social-media algorithms in spreading wellness misinformation, problematic practices in the alternative- and integrative-medicine space, how wellness culture often drives disordered eating, the truth about trending topics like gut health, how ...
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Tod Worner discusses the culture, faith, literature, philosophy, history, and more in stimulating conversations with renown intellectuals of our time on the Evangelization & Culture Podcast. Tod also shares a reflection of his own and a book recommendation in each episode. Tod curates more content like this in the quarterly print journal of the Word on Fire Institute, Evangelization & Culture. Learn more and become a member at WordonFire.Institute.
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Kickin' It

CBS Sports, Kickin' It, Kate Abdo, Clint Dempsey, USMNT, USWNT, NWSL

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CBS Sports "Kickin' It" is a weekly soccer show not only about soccer. Led by Kate Abdo, Clint Dempsey, Mo Edu and Charlie Davies – the goal is to showcase a more personal and relatable side to the biggest stars and celebrities in and around the sport through unfiltered and organic conversation. Kickin' It is part of the CBS Sports Golazo Network and Paramount+.
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#DateFails

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Host Kate Quigley talks about bad dates, hilarious sexual experiences, and gives relationship advice with a variety of guests including celebrities, reality stars, & comedians.
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The Money Story Podcast

Wei Houng | Wonderfully Empowered LLC

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This podcast is geared towards helping entrepreneurs Change their Bad Money Stories and stop chronic self-sabotage so that they can create a new lifestyle with their business free of financial stress and worry. From one week to the next you'll find strategies, tips, discussions, and interviews to help you expand the possibilities of your both your business and your life.
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Roger Bolton, formerly presenter of BBC Radio 4's 'Feedback' launches his very first podcast. Free from the constraints of broadcasting on the BBC, with a few more opinions and casting his net a little bit wider to encompass the whole of the BBC, Roger examines the issues that are facing the corporation and public service broadcasting. Find all our podcasts here And please support this podcast by subscribing here We also support VLV (Voice of the Listener and Viewer) which represents the int ...
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Journalist Kate Sullivan transports you to restaurants around the country to hear the diverse stories of entrepreneurs, creatives, innovators and change-agents at their favorite restaurant. The show is a celebration of people who have taken an idea from ”inspiration to execution” through their own imagination and hard work and are now using their success to help others and ultimately change the world. It’s also a celebration of food and the place it holds in our life stories. Despite differe ...
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Taking Hugh for Granted

Taking Hugh for Granted

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Join two Hugh Grant experts, Diggory Waite and Oscar Beardmore-Gray, as they watch every single film starring Hugh Grant in an attempt to answer the simple question - are we taking Hugh for Granted? Come and listen the internet's number 1 (and only) Hugh Grant podcast! Cover Art: http://harryirons.com/
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Radiant Enchantress Initiative conversations with radiant enchantress’ world wide with the goal to offer solutions, motivation and assistance to women in their quest for their own defined success and to help them ensure the safe, healthful upbringing of their children. These conversations will be with women all over the world who have a story to share which fits with our mission and that will give hope and tools to our listeners. Are you a women looking to change your circumstance for the be ...
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Veterans In Politics is a set of interviews brought to you by CampaignForce and sets out to explore how the military community can help make our politics a better place. We sit down with individuals from across the world of politics, sharing secrets, giving tips and advice and inspiring the next generation.Veterans In Politics is brought to you by CampaignForce a campaign to inspire, enable and empower the armed forces community to stand up and serve again by reinvesting their knowledge, ski ...
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We all have a favourite quote or saying that's influenced or shaped our lives, bolstered our faith and given us that much needed confidence. This is a podcast about the power of affirmations, belief and mental fortitude. Hi, I'm Akin and thanks for stopping by. All my guests on the podcast share their unique, personal journeys & stories and how they've overcome their trials in life with the help of a quote or two. My hope is that you can be enriched from their stories and their tips for livi ...
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Join NYC-based comedians and novice witches, Emily and Kate, as they learn about everything related to the occult, witchcraft, paganism, esoteric spirituality and more – all through an accessible and comedic lens. Each episode goes in-depth on a different topic or story, and special guests join the team to provide further insight and expertise. Then they pull a tarot or oracle card for the message of the week and discuss its meanings. Follow on instagram @witchcastpodcast for photos, interac ...
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The word “vanguard,” is defined as “a group of people leading the way in new development or ideas.” Marketing Vanguard: the podcast, spotlights the people who are driving the industry forward. It will feature valuable, must-listen nuggets of marketing-leadership wisdom, humility, stories, strategic insights, and growth opportunities in an era of ever more complex industry pressures and realities. Together we’ll dive into what's driving the decision-makers of today to move the needle of some ...
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Ordinary Equality

Wonder Media Network

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The Supreme Court has done the unimaginable, repealing the landmark Roe v. Wade decision and stripping Americans of a fundamental right: abortion access. On the latest season of Ordinary Equality, hosts Kate Kelly and Jamia Wilson ask: what now? What does resisting bans and seeking care look like in a world without federal protection of abortion access? How can we build community and support the most vulnerable? How are abortion providers in states where abortion was already severely restric ...
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Discover practical parenting tips, relatable insights, and lots of commiseration from host Liz Gumbinner, of Cool Mom Picks and Mom-101 fame, and her incredible expert guests. (Celebrities! Authors! Activists!) For more than a decade, Liz has been helping us all navigate the insane ups and downs of parenting with common sense and good humor, and she's not going to let you down now. Spawned has been celebrated for its support of diverse families, named a top podcast for parents by The Washing ...
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REX

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This is the REX Podcast feed - your one-stop-shop for all things Rural. REX is the best of rural radio hosted by Dominic George. Dedicated to the backbone of NZ, join us as we discuss rural challenges and issues, find stories that inspire and empower, and celebrate key players in the sector across Aotearoa. For more rural news and updates, head to www.rexonline.co.nz.
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The podcast to help professional photographers and film-makers get more shoots, make more money, and spend more time doing what they love. On the '9 to 5 Photographer' show we interview established photographers to find out how they grew their businesses, the marketing tactics they employed, how they cope working on their own and even (sometimes) whether they shoot with Canon, Sony, Fuji or Nikon. I also interview industry experts who can provide help and assistance to photographers and film ...
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Join me (Paul Taylor) for 3-9 minutes to learn about today's celebrations, then enjoy a quick journey down memory lane. Each episode I share a few of TODAY's "official" celebrations and celebrity birthdays. Then we take a look at television shows, movies, notable events, and top Billboard hits that influenced and entertained us Generation Xers through the 80s & 90s and into the 2000s. Whether you were a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess, or a criminal chances are that you will rem ...
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Dane Swan is talking footy and irrelevant life issues. Mainly the latter. Host "Racetrack" Ralphy Horowitz is joined by Samantha Riches as Dane’s two regular friends talking irregular gibberish and generally just ripping the piss. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/hump-day-with-swanny-and-friends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Let’s Check In Podcast, hosted by Suzie McErvale is a place where we share the stories and strategies of real people who have paved their way through uncertainty. We talk to experts about the things that you didn’t learn in school, that you wish someone had prepared you for. So come on, let’s check in. Learn more at letscheckin.com
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Storytime is the best part of going to school, but why can't we take it everywhere we go? Well, now you can! Children On A Journey is a podcast full of fun interactive books that can be read to your child whether you're on a road trip or checking off your grocery list. It's reading on the go.
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A public transport advocate believes we're paying the price for a lack of investment in trains. Only 22.5% of Wairarapa trains arrived within five minutes of being on schedule in April. It's a slight improvement from February, which had only around 5% of trains within target. Jon Reeves from the Public Transport Users Association told Mike Hosking …
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A struggle to staff the country's radiation oncology services is turning more cancer patients to private care. RNZ is reporting that a service caring for patients in five regions across the North Island is not allowed to recruit the staff it needs, despite recommendations from Te Whatu Ora. Cancer Society Co-Director Kate Gregory told Mike Hosking …
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Kathleen Griffith is an award-winning entrepreneur, business strategist, author, and TV producer. She’s a sought-after speaker for advising and motivating entrepreneurs to start or refine their companies. Kathleen is the founder and owner of Build Like A Woman, a global framework for women to rise and thrive in all aspects of their business and liv…
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Katie Dalebout guest-hosts the show to interview Christy about her new book, The Wellness Trap! Christy shares why she wanted to write a book about wellness, the potential harms of integrative and functional medicine (and why we’re understandably attracted to these approaches), the connections between wellness culture and diet culture, the legacy o…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with the CEO of New Zealand Story about telling the country's farming stories better... He talks with Matt Strahan from Nufarm about the new Grassmanship online calculator, herbicide resistance and kiwifruit... He talks with the founder and CEO of MACSO, Saba Samiei, about its respiratory health monitoring system for h…
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- Charles Leclerc’s first win since July 2022 - Max Verstappen started and finished the race sixth for Red Bull - Early crash took out Sergio Perez, Kevin Magnussen and Nico Hulkenberg Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc won the restarted Monaco Grand Prix from pole position today for his first Formula 1 victory in nearly two years. Leclerc was on pole …
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Are you looking after your energetic state? It’s no secret that most of what we desire is “high vibe” - and since like attracts like in order to attract your desires you need to be in a high frequency. BUT - how can you get there? Today’s episode is a solo pep talk from G about what you can do to nurture your energetic state and raise your frequenc…
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The secondary teachers union says the Government's pre-Budget teacher recruitment announcement is a good start but it needs to ramp up. Education Minister Erica Stanford's announced a 53-million dollar package to train and recruit 1500 teachers over four years. It includes establishing 1200 places for aspiring teachers to learn on the job. PPTA Pre…
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The UK Prime Minister has made a big pre-election promise - ahead of July's general election. The Conservative party wants to bring back 12 months of national mandatory military service. Eighteen year olds could choose between a fulltime military placement or one weekend a month of community service. Rishi Sunak's party has not stated the planned p…
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This week marks the conclusion to the Donald Trump Hush Money Trial in New York. The first criminal trial of former President Donald J Trump will have its closing arguments on Tuesday before Jurors have to decide to convict him. Mr Trump is accused of falsifying business records to cover up a hush money payment to porn star Stormy Daniels. Anthony …
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Fresh off his viral commencement address at the University of Michigan, I'm joined by best-selling author Brad Meltzer. (Yes, that Brad Meltzer from the "I Am..." biographical children's books we all own!) He talks about his thoughts on kindness as a "naive ideal worth fighting for," the need for more empathy online, his love for the Harlem Globetr…
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In this episode, Charles Taituha and Julia delve into agricultural leadership, community and influencing generations. In this reflective conversation, Charles shares his career journey, his purpose of helping farmers and explains how his leadership has been shaped by family, culture, and mentors. The discussion covers the importance of facing chall…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with NZ Special Agricultural Trade Envoy Hamish Marr about his recent overseas trade excursions and his impending trip to Canada and the US... He talks with Ollie Belton, founder of Carbon Forest Services Ltd and a member of the ETS Technical Advisory Group, about the government's plans with the ETS and how this might …
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The state of New Zealand’s economy is a disappointment. In a pre-Budget speech to the Employers and Manufacturers Association, Finance Minister Nicola Willis confirmed the Government had found savings to pay for tax cuts. However, she warned that the books are still in a structural deficit, with spending outpacing tax revenue. EMA CEO Brett O’Riley…
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Craig Greenberg, the Mayor of the city of Louisville, discussed various angles of the Scottie Scheffler incident including the videos released today, quick action by his office, and the future of the case. He also talked about his office's focus on transparency including LMPD, more body cam videos of officer involved shootings coming tomorrow, the …
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Rishi Sunak and Keir Starmer have hit the ground running in the UK. The leaders of the Conservative and Labour parties, respectively, are out and about ahead of the July 4 election. But Newstalk ZB UK correspondent Vincent McAviney told Mike Hosking that it hasn't been a smooth start for the Conservative leader. He says Sunak had an embarrassing fa…
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It’s little surprise a large number of Kiwi teachers didn't pass some high-school subjects. New research has found a quarter of new primary school teachers failed maths and more than half failed science at NCEA Level One. More than half who pursued Level Two maths also failed. The Teaching Council's calling for more investment and widespread change…
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A mining lobby group thinks the Resources Minister's decade-long vision for mining is achievable. Shane Jones has announced a draft strategy which would see a critical minerals list for New Zealand produced, and a detailed stock-take made of the country's known mineral potential. He wants to double export values in 10 years, from one billion to two…
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Rishi Sunak has been accused of holding Scotland in 'contempt' after he called a general election for the first week of the school holidays in most parts of the country. The First Minister John Swinney responded to Sunak's timing by saying: "This is perhaps the latest act of disrespect from a Conservative government to call an election during the S…
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Jane Martinson, author of ‘You May Never See Us Again: The Barclay Dynasty: A Story of Survival, Secrecy and Succession’ is the former media editor at the Guardian and now Marjorie Deane Professor of Financial Journalism at City University. In the week the general election is called we discussed the potential takeover of The Telegraph by Sir Paul M…
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Medieval historians are faced with the daunting task of having to piece together around a thousand years of history without all that many written sources to speak of. But what happens if it turns out that some of the most important sources we’ve been using have been - let’s say - touched up a little? This week, Danièle speaks with Thomas Smith abou…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Wayne Perkins about his Shearmaster system that's up for an Innovation Award at Fieldays... He catches up with Ben Purua, winner of the Ahuwhenua Young Maori Farmer Award for Dairy... He talks with Scion Scientist Alan Jones about his new guide to short rotation forestry... And he talks with Sandra Faulkner about …
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Sophie Turner has given a tell-all interview to Vogue all about her explosive divorce from Joe Jonas, her experience of mum-shaming, her mental health, and becoming friends with Taylor Swift. We have MANY thoughts (and a few hot takes), which prompted a look at how so much mum-shaming online in the UK is linked to classism and slut-shaming. Plus, E…
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Major tornados hit Iowa, leaving towns devastated and people injured or dead. Greenfield was struck by the deadliest tornado of the storm, leaving homes and businesses destroyed, and while police confirmed fatalities at a news briefing, they were unable to say how many. The town’s hospital was among the buildings damaged, forcing the injured to fin…
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The Reserve Bank had a few surprises in its monetary policy update yesterday. While the OCR remaining at 5.5% was expected, Governer Adrian Orr’s signal that the cash rate may remain “restrictive” for longer, was not. Domestic inflation is proving more stubborn than expected, and the Bank is also considering hiking rates if it must. Malcolm Knight,…
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French President Emmanuel Macron's imminent arrival in New Caledonia is being viewed as a show of defiance. Six have died in the unrest sparked by government electoral reforms. A further 49 New Zealanders have been rescued from Noumea following the initial 50 people evacuated on Tuesday night. They arrived in Auckland early this morning aboard a De…
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This episode is about a daily routine or exercise that we can do to lift our focus from whatever is troubling us. It involves only our breath and a few seconds of our time. A friend told me about this focusing exercise and gave me her blessing to share it. Ever since, I've made it a regular part of my day. I think it's important because it helps us…
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Jeremy is joined this week by artist and mental health advocate Jenna Knapp. Jenna is an artist in residence with the labyrinth at the Lynden Sculpture Garden on the north side of Milwaukee. Jeremy and Jenna talk about her mental health journey prior to creating the labyrinth, how and why labyrinths can be so helpful to mental health, and the commu…
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Well this has gone pear-shaped. A guest has been a no show, what a mess. Can Dane and Ralphy recover? Only one way to find out. But the pod gets off to a rough start, Dane is feeling flat following Glen McFarlane's list of the Top 10 Pies of all time, which criminally left him off. It's a dreadful oversight and Dane and Ralphy treat it with the dis…
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My guest on today's episode is Kate Verity Wilson, an ex-film producer who runs the anti-discrimination and workplace culture app 'Call It!'. Kate talks about the challenges and limited options for many creatives within the film industry, including the lack of diversity and inclusivity and harassment of genders. We also chat about her experiences o…
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In this conversation, David and Naomi talk with Dr Brian Richardson, a communications expert at the University of North Texas, who has conducted research on whistleblowers and the impact on their families. Brian explains that his interest in this subject began when he observed the negative response faced by a college basketball player who blew the …
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In this conversation, David and Naomi talk with Dr Brian Richardson, a communications expert at the University of North Texas, who has conducted research on whistleblowers and the impact on their families. Brian explains that his interest in this subject began when he observed the negative response faced by a college basketball player who blew the …
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Stu Davison from HighGround Dairy about the latest Global Dairy Trade Event (+3.3%)... He talks with Kirsten Searle from Matawhero Wines ahead of International Chardonnay Day (23rd May)... He catches up with Craig 'Wiggy' Wiggins about the recent NZ Roundtable for Sustainable Beef Conference... And, he talks with …
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The OCR is expected to remain steady. It’s expected to remain unchanged at 5.5% when the bank releases its quarterly Monetary Policy Statement this afternoon. It's signalled a rate cut may not come for another year. Infometrics' Brad Olsen says the central bank is having to focus on inflation, over other negative economic indicators like rising une…
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New Zealand’s rugby provinces have been warned by the professional players to brace for a civil war if they vote to approve their own governance change proposal at next week’s special general meeting. In an explosive move that shows how distressed the New Zealand Rugby Players’ Association (NZRPA) is with the current governance system and the possi…
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Electoral paperwork is landing two MPs in hot water. The Greens have referred suspended MP Darleen Tana to the Electoral Commission for failing to put a promoter statement on a magazine advertorial. The party itself is investigating what she knew about allegations of migrant exploitation relating to her husband's business. At the same time, Nationa…
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Passengers have described their terror when a Singapore Airlines flight from London to Singapore dropped suddenly. A 73-year-old British man has died of a suspected heart attack and dozens of others were injured. A statement from the airline says 23 of the 211 passengers were from New Zealand. Flight SQ321 was diverted to Bangkok. UK correspondent …
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Want to master the art of storytelling and write in a way that glues your audience to your emails, social posts, sales pages, books, and more? Then keep reading. In today's episode, we have the incredible Laura Belgray, a renowned copywriter and the brilliant mind behind the book "Tough Titties: On Living Your Best Life When You Are The Effing Wors…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Domenico Cortesi, a quail breeder in Dunedin who was born in Italy, raised in South Africa, emigrated to Australia and has been a farmer, animal genetics lecturer and manufacturer of equipment for food processing, among other things... He talks with Ward farmer Locky Taylor about receiving a Century Farms award...…
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In this episode of Real Optimism, Tim Deane shares his journey from working in the corporate world to becoming the owner of Norsewear, a leading wool brand in New Zealand. He discusses his career path, the strategic acquisition of Norsewear, and his commitment to capturing the true value for New Zealand's wool. The episode delves into the challenge…
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Police response times in Australia’s Northern Territory have gotten worse. A domestic violence inquest has heard that police response times have increased in the past year, more than doubling over the previous five. NT Police Commissioner Michael Murphy revealed that between 2022 and 2023, the number of hours spent on domestic violence cases increa…
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Local councils want a new approach to move decision making away from central government and back into communities. Local Government New Zealand is proposing city and regional deals, a system which would see councils team up with the government on specific projects. Whanganui Mayor Andrew Tripe told Mike Hosking that it will give more control to loc…
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Stan Moore is running for the Metro Council seat from District 4. He talked about his desire to serve, his past and present ventures in home security and helping the hungry, the campaign grind, revitalizing Downtown, and the quality of people we have in Louisville...By NewsRadio 840 WHAS (WHAS-AM)
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