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Hosts Mike Ferguson and Mike Gibson guide you through the most interesting true crime stories. This is a true crime podcast that spares none of the details and delves into what makes these killers tick. Join us for a good mix of lesser known cases as well as our take on what we call the "Big Timers". We don't take ourselves too seriously but we take true crime very seriously.
 
Former NHL vets Ryan Whitney, Paul Bissonnette, Barstool Sports writer Rear Admiral and Producer Mike Grinnell bring their outspoken and irreverent opinions to the masses. Focusing on the NHL but also touching on pop culture and everything else under the sun. New episode every Tuesday. .
 
The mission of Space Patrol was to bring law and order to the interplanetary frontier. Each episode centered around the Space Patrol crew commanded by Commander Buzz Corry, as the crew jumped around the universe in Terra V. The show aired on ABC from 18 Sep 50 until 19 Mar 55. The cast included Ed Kemmer as Commander Corry, Lyn Osborn as Cadet Happy, Virginia Hewitt as Carol Karlyle, Ken Mayer as Major Robbie Robertson, Norman Jolley as Dr Malingro, Nina Bara as Tonga, and Bela Kovacs as Pri ...
 
Joining Matthew on his podcast are some of his favorite artists, authors, athletes, and influencers such as Mark Hall from Casting Crowns, best selling author Max Lucado, Sadie and Korie Robertson, NBA star Cody Zeller, best-selling author and speaker Jon Gordon, and many more. In addition, listeners will be taken behind-the-scenes in each episode to experience some of the powerful stories behind his music.
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
Overwhelmed by all the hats you wear in life? Listen in as Erik Fisher talks with productivity experts as they share how they implement practical productivity strategies in their personal and professional lives. We explore all aspects of productivity and the true end goal of productivity: living a meaningful life.
 
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LoudMouths Sports Is A Podcast Based Out Of The Philadelphia/South Jersey Area, Founded By Host Mark Robertson And Co-Host Anthony Vena And Regularly Contributed To By Matt Curtis, Wes Smith And Mike Montegary. Made Up Of Aspiring Sports Broadcasters, LoudMouths Sports Is Made For Everyday Sports Fans Who Are Looking For A New, Innovative Show That Does Not Conform To The Rules Of Traditional Sports Broadcasting. If You Enjoy The Show, Please Spread The Word! We Hope You Enjoy And Thank You ...
 
Welcome to the hecast. A podcast addressing all the pillars of men's health, we talk candid, honest and frank. You're not alone. Please follow and subscribe. But even more importantly, give us feedback on what you want to hear. We grow with you and because of you. hecast is brought to you by he., a platform for men's mental health focused on re-defining fitness for the mental, emotional, physical, social and soulful wellbeing of every man. Thank you for your support!
 
Say It Forward brings top money advisor Rebecca Rothstein with guest hosts Lee Ann Daly and Kim Garner as they go inside the real life stories of fascinating people at the vanguard of art, music, business, pop culture, TV, film, fashion and more. Their guests are often professional colleagues and friends! Some are famous, some are rich, some are both, some are neither...but all deliver juicy, insightful, often funny and always amazing stories told with heart from the heart. The interviews ta ...
 
Joined each episode by special guests, British Asian authors, Vaseem Khan and Abir Mukherjee take a wry look at the world of books, writing, and the creative arts, tackling everything from bestsellers to pop culture and Big Fat Asian Weddings. Insightful, funny, packed with stellar interviews – Dean Koontz, Val McDermid, Ann Cleeves, Mike Gayle, to name a few – and the odd dose of cross-cultural confusion, they dare to explore the parts other podcasts cannot reach. Find out more: www.redhotc ...
 
Foosball Radio is the Ultimate Foosball Podcast, dedicated to promoting the sport. Over the life of this podcast, we have seen and heard many changes. More recently, Covid 19 put temporary halt to professional foosball competitions. From this dark moment, came the light of an idea. Joining forces with InsideFoos, we are flying high with the weekly live show called FoosTalk Live. Jim Stevens, Tom Robinson, Mark Torres, Adam Gilson and Clay Tumey serve a new episode every Sunday evening at 9pm ...
 
Celebrating all things running in our beautiful little corner of the world that we call New Zealand. Presented by running coaches Hayden Shearman and Hamish Meacheam. The Kiwi Running Show is brought to you by TempoFit — the running fitness programme that Kiwis love. Group training, plans, coaching, online courses and challenges. Whether you’re in New Zealand or around the world, let us help you love running!
 
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The First Serve is your HOME OF TENNIS. Featuring an all year round dedicated weekly one hour 'live' tennis program, the only one of its kind on commercial radio in Australia that is also podcast right here plus commentary from the Grand Slams & Fed Cup/Davis Cup ties, themed podcasts, a strong online/social media presence and print content via our website. The First Serve has one simple aim and that is to keep the tennis conversation going 12 months of the year, covering tennis from the gra ...
 
The Greatness Machine is about two things. We’re about people who are living their passions and those who are creating greatness in the world, despite the odds. In all of our interviews and episodes, we will be diving into the origin story, what makes people tick and why they do what they did to get to where they are going. We interview world-class speakers and people who may not even know to tell their stories and enlighten us about what it took to get them to create all the greatness in th ...
 
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Finance Minister Grant Robertson is defending his cost-of-living Budget package from criticism it is too short-term and narrow, saying long-term or widespread relief would only stoke inflation further. Robertson delivered his fifth Budget yesterday – the first since 2020 in which Covid-19 was not the dominant feature but which addressed one of the …
 
A marketing funnel is a fundamental part of many businesses. The concept is designed to illustrate the journey a person takes with your business, from a stranger just learning about your company, to an eventual purchase and beyond. In today's episode of The Greatness Machine, Darius chats with Ryan Levesque, CEO of The ASK Method® Company, entrepre…
 
The almost universal review card of the Prime Minister's much-hyped first trade trip was that it ended up light on detail. It was to Singapore and Japan, where we got a visa adjustment that allowed 300 instead of 200 people with certain skills into the country. Whether any of them come is another matter, of course, as raised by the Employers and Ma…
 
Brendon Hartley, formerly of Formula 1 and now competing in the World Endurance Championship, is about to head to Europe for the 2022 24 Hours of Le Mans. Hartley is no stranger to the race, having taken the title in 2017 and 2020 as well as a runner-up placing in 2021. Brendon Hartley joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Plant-based milk is skyrocketing in popularity, and looks set to overtake cow's milk in Australian cafes. Oat milk is top of the list, rising from 0.2 percent to 20 percent of the plant based milk market, and still climbing. Otis Oat Milk co-founder Chris Wilkie told Mike Hosking says in New Zealand it started out in cafes, but it's now the fastest…
 
Star player Chanel Harris-Tavita is the latest to step away from the Warriors. Prop Matt Lodge cut ties with the club last week, while Harris-Tavita will see out the season before taking some time away from the game. Questions have been raised as to whether this another indication of trouble within the club, and what can be done about the culture. …
 
A six month safety camera trial that detects mobile phone usage starts in Auckland today. Three cameras have been installed - two on a State Highway, and one on a local road. They capture all vehicles and detect drivers whose hands aren't on the steering wheel and might be using a mobile. Because there's no police involvement drivers won’t be getti…
 
Seismic global events have left the milk market on shaky ground. Rabobank's latest Dairy Seasonal Outlook forecasts a farmgate milk price of $9 per kilogram of milk solids for the 2022 to 2023 dairy season. But it says farmers need to control costs and manage their risks, thanks to an uncertain outlook. Senior agricultural analyst Emma Higgins says…
 
Former Defence Minister Ron Mark says New Zealand's been late to the party in helping Ukraine. We're sending a further 30 defence personnel to the UK, to train Ukrainian forces on a specific type of light gun. Ron Mark has been on the ground in Ukraine and says despite the odds the people have an iron will. He told Mike Hosking the international co…
 
It's still too soon to tell how many international students will come here to study. Fewer than 10 percent of five thousand spaces set aside for them have been filled. Immigration New Zealand has told our newsroom 431 visas have been approved. Otago University International Director Jason Cushen says told Mike Hosking he's not surprised by the numb…
 
Jason Solomons reports live from the Cannes Film Festival, with news of the surprise hits of this year's festival and who's in contention for the big prizes. The playwright John Godber on updating Teechers, a play that he wrote in the 1980s about his experiences as a drama teacher, for 2022. The British and Greek governments are due to meet this we…
 
Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran talks about his latest album, Equals, and how marriage and fatherhood shifted his perspective on what's really important to him. Broadcaster David Attenborough tells us why he's hopeful for the future of the planet, despite the climate crisis. Dancer and choreographer Laurieann Gibson reflects on winning the Prism Prize…
 
On Episode 389 of Spittin’ Chiclets, the guys break down all things NHL Playoffs. The boys start the episode with a crazy situation that happened at Whit’s son’s preschool. They then dive into Blues-Avs (21:50), Panthers-Tampa (44:00), Rangers-Hurricanes (1:01:25), and Oilers-Flames (1:15:14). The guys wrap up the show talking about some recent NHL…
 
The 2022 Texas State Championships are days away and legendary Texas player Mike Archer returns to FoosTalk Live for Episode 110. Join Jim, Tom, Adam and Mark for all the usual antics-including the IPA of the Week and toasting the Honor Group of the Week-Chicagoland Foosball. In honor of our guest, we take you back to the moment Mike Archer and Bra…
 
In this episode, thriller writer Stephanie Merritt discusses her latest novel Storm, and her alter ego S.J. Parris talks us through the life of her historical crime series protagonist Giordano Bruno, philosopher and cosmologist. We also discuss the world's worst teachers.By RED HOT CHILLI WRITERS
 
Douglas Calhoun was a man known for being kind, generous, and fun to be around. Doug was fatally shot on June 1st, 2017 in Detroit, Michigan by Travun Baskerville. The subsequent investigation revealed not only the killer but a horrifying child-sex trafficking operation and domestic abuse. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss murderer Travun Baskerv…
 
The saving grace, they say, as we plummet towards who knows where economically, is that we all have jobs. Growth might be slow or non-existent, the cost of living may well be going through the roof, the debt may be piling up, and the mood may be sour, but we all have jobs. It's a global phenomenon. As bad as it is, or might yet be, we are in work. …
 
After three solid rounds at the PGA Championship, Kiwi golfer Ryan Fox went backwards in the final round to slip outside the top 50 in his opening major of the year. Following three even par rounds of 70, Fox went into the final round in a share of 23rd place but a seven-over 77 saw him drift down the leaderboard at Southern Hills. Fox had two boge…
 
Monkeypox cases may fizzle out, as they have in the past. The virus, which is endemic in parts of Africa, has been detected in at least 14 other countries including the UK, the US, Canada and Australia. It spreads through skin-to-skin contact, but isn't as contagious as the likes of Covid-19. Otago University Professor of Biochemistry Kurt Krause t…
 
A nationwide emergency mobile test has been deemed a success. Millions of mobile phones across the country buzzed loudly after receiving an alert last night National Emergency Management Agency spokesperson Anthony Frith told Mike Hosking the alert was successfully transmitted to every part of New Zealand that has cellphone reception. He says a rep…
 
We live in hope. This from former Prime Minister Helen Clark on whether there'll be any change to the 501 deportation policy, with the arrival of a new Australian Prime Minister. Anthony Albanese will be sworn in today. Clark told Mike Hosking the 501 policy is pretty tough on people who've effectively lived their whole lives in Australia. She says…
 
Fears New Zealand's cost of living crisis is stopping international skilled workers from joining our job market. A survey by Beyond Recruitment has found about 66 percent of businesses say it's harder to keep staff than last year, and 55 percent notice a rise in employees changing jobs It comes after Seek data, released last week, shows some salari…
 
The Prime Minister leaves this evening on a trade trip to the United States. Jacinda Ardern will travel to multiple cities, meet with politicians and tech executives and appear on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert. She'll also deliver the Harvard commencement speech. NZUS Council executive director Jordan Small says hopefully a White House visit c…
 
Votes in the Australian election are continuing to be counted, with Anthony Albanese set to be sworn in as Prime Minister today. As things stand, Labor's one seat short and needs 76 to form a majority government. Australian Correspondent Murray Olds told Mike Hosking the Coalition has 57 seats, with the moderate wing of the Liberal Party in the inn…
 
Have you ever fallen TOTALLY FLAT when coaching or cuing a client? You’re pulling everything out of your playbook, and for whatever reason, it’s just NOT working? If so, welcome to the club! I know this has happened to me in the past, and it has most definitely happened to today’s guest Nick Winkelman. At the time, Nick was working with some of the…
 
On this episode, Shannon sits down with Pastor Andy Stanley, the founder of the Atlanta-based North Point Ministries. Pastor Andy is also the author of the new book, Not In It To Win It. Shannon and Pastor Andy discuss how they deal with the intersection of faith and politics, as well as why having compassion for those with different worldviews is …
 
Host Alex Johnstone discusses the year in review on the ATP Challenger Tour and ITF Tour before speaking to renowned American broadcaster Mike Cation. Mike is a long-time tennis broadcaster who works annually at the US Open and Australian Open and has been working on the USTA Pro Circuit since 2013 - covering the Challenger Tour in the States and i…
 
Are we in a housing bubble? Could the events of 2008 be happening all over again? These are questions that are being asked by both experts in the housing market and those in the media. The temptation is to assume that history is repeating itself, and the same factors that created the 2008 crash are once again at work. In today's episode of The Grea…
 
I want Scott Morrison to win tomorrow, because I am a big believer in reward for effort. It’s a funny thing, human nature. Australians are down in the dumps at the moment, and it’s similar to here. Confidence is low and cost of living is an issue. We are way worse off than them but they don't care, that's why the brain drain isn't coming our way. W…
 
At the end of each week, Mike takes you through the big ticket items and lets you know what he makes of it all. The Queen: 9/10 "Nowhere to be seen for weeks, not at the opening of Parliament, and then bang. Horse show, Jubilee event, got given a horse by the president of Azerbaijan. "Looking sprightly well and happy, almost as though it was part o…
 
The Aussies go to the polls tomorrow and a veteran Australian broadcaster says Scott Morrison is sunk. Alan Jones told the Daily Mail Morrison is a handbrake and has no hope. He was the only commentator to correctly tip Morrison as the winner in the last election against Bill Shorten. This time, Alan says it's Albanese’s game. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
After extensive pressure on drug-buying agency Pharmac, and a major review of its operations, Budget 2022 has provided a big cash injection. Pharmac's medicines budget has received its biggest boost in history with $191 million allocated over two years to make more medicines and other health treatments available. Health Minister Andrew Little said …
 
Melly Still on directing ‘The Wreckers’, by Ethel Smyth, the first ever opera by a woman composer to be performed at the Glyndebourne Festival.Morgan Quaintance and Hettie Judah join us to review Emergency, the new film directed by Carey Williams and the Cornelia Parker exhibition at The Tate.Ivor Novello Awards: Sam Fender’s track Seventeen Going …
 
There are concerns there's a risk we become a mouse on an exercise wheel. One of the key parts of the Budget is a billion dollar cost-of-living package, which includes $350 dollars for people who earn less than $70, 000 per year, and don't get the Winter Energy Payment. Economist Cameron Bagrie told Mike Hosking as inflation goes up, and if we star…
 
On Episode 388 of Spittin’ Chiclets, the guys are joined by former NHL referee, Tim Peel. Tim joined (01:01:13) to talk about how refs call games in the playoffs, his craziest game ever and his hot mic incident. But first, the guys open the show talking all things NHL playoffs and recapping the 1st game of each series. The madness from the Battle o…
 
Kids in the Hall's Dave Foley and Kevin McDonald talk about the troupe's long-awaited return to television, experimental band Son Lux share how they wrote the score for Everything Everywhere All at Once, Raven Chacon speaks about his Pulitzer Prize-winning piece Voiceless Mass and comedian Charlie Demers debuts his new album I Hope I Don't Remember…
 
There was some sobering economic reality at my place yesterday. My street had a truck vacuum in it, sucking all the crap out of the drains, so there was the obligatory 800 metres of cones and two stop go people. Stop/go people have had a 28 percent wage rise on average this past year. I know this because I told you yesterday - the Seek job ad numbe…
 
Phoenix Foundation are back, sort of. To honour the 40th anniversary of Simon and Garfunkel's concert in Central Park, artists Sam Scott and Luke Buda will be performing a tribute alongside other Kiwi names at Auckland's Civic Theatre. Sam and Luke joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
Spain has approved plans to become the first European country to introduce unlimited paid menstrual leave in the workplace. The draft law lets women suffering severe period pain take time off as long as they can provide a doctor's note. Questions have been asked as to whether we should introduce the same in New Zealand. Danika Revell is co-founder …
 
The fishing industry could be washed up within weeks over spiralling fuel prices. There are suggestions that seeing as the trucking industry gets the benefit of the fuel cut, so should the fisheries. Craig Boote is the Managing Director of Westfleet Seafoods and wants all fuel users to be treated the same. Boote joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
A former police officer believes a lack of action in reporting gang-related shootings may be an act of pragmatism. There are concerns over a sense of apathy around shootings, after multiple people heard gunshots in Wairoa - but didn't report them to police. Chester Borrows was chair of the Justice Advisory Group while an MP. The former cop told Mik…
 
The Government is being urged to invest in health staff, medicine and dental care in today's Budget. What it plans to spend billions on will be made public at two this afternoon. Immediate Past President of the College of Emergency Medicine, Dr John Bonning told Mike Hosking he wants to see emphasis on acute care. “We need more beds and nurses, acc…
 
Hopes the poor will get a look in in today's Budget. Wellington City Missioner Murray Edridge says low income earners are being unfairly hit by the cost of living. He's particularly concerned by the rising cost of food. Edridge told Mike Hosking the Government can't rest on its laurels. “We’re still seeing people, in fact, we’re seeing people worse…
 
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