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JOG ON is a podcast about the joy of running. Hosted by Harry Morgan, we produce main guest episodes, as well as Jogging Shorts - shorter episodes on a variety of stories from the running world. If you enjoy JOG ON, recommend us to a friend who may also enjoy listening.
 
All too often we talk about fake news and alternative facts as if they are new concepts. In reality history itself is constructed, and thus constrained by its authors, we have as a society taken this as truth and unfortunately there is more to history that just the past.
 
This Podcast dives into the many colours of arts, language and life across cultures. St. Pauli fan and former Düsseldorfer Ciarán Murray and his guests explore the connecting moments of German and Irish life. What do musicians, dancers, artists, writers pick up from either culture? How are they inspired and enriched by the other? For all listeners who like to go and think beyond borders.
 
A podcast devoted to the hit Showtime series Dexter, delving into the journey of Dexter Morgan, the serial killer hiding in plain sight as a police blood spatter expert in Miami. With episode commentary and plotline and character analysis, this is a perfect companion to the tv show. Email feedback to dissectingdexter@gmail.com or follow on Twitter @dissectdexter
 
The Fear is a comedy podcast about everything that scares us. Comedy writer Sarah Morgan invites her favourite funny guests to bring in and unpack three things that give 'em the fear - their favourite scary scene from film or TV, a childhood terror, and a fear or phobia they live with now. It's spooktacular! This podcast is a member of the Great Big Owl family.
 
Our weekly podcasts are hosted by David Pipe, Leeds International Organ Festival’s Artistic Director, who’ll be joined by guests to chat about the online Monday recital series. Guests will include some of the recitalists themselves, alongside composers, conductors and music journalists. Visit lioflive.org.uk for Leeds International Organ Festival Live, our online recital series.
 
Is your inner voice working for you or against you? Host, Jo Stanley, has teamed up with peak performance and mindfulness coach Emma Murray, to uncover how we can reframe our thoughts and shift our emotions, so that we can overcome life’s daily challenges – the ones we expect and the ones we never saw coming. They speak with some of our best sports stars to discover how they used mindfulness to help them move past sadness, failure, self-doubt and pain – all the things everyone feels, whether ...
 
Holy motherforking shirtballs! This is the official comedy and entertainment podcast for NBC's TV show The Good Place. Subscribe and you'll get weekly behind-the-scenes stories, episode and performance insights and funny anecdotes. Hosted by actor Marc Evan Jackson (Shawn) with a rotating slate of co-hosts and special guests, including actors, writers, producers and more, this podcast takes a deep dive into everything on- and off-screen. Follow: @nbcthegoodplace NBC Entertainment Podcast Net ...
 
The Auto Express Podcast is a weekly car show where you can digest the latest news, the most exciting reviews and behind-the-scenes stories you won’t hear anywhere else! Each Wednesday, join host Vicki Butler-Henderson and members of the Auto Express team as we delve right into the heart of the automotive world. Subscribe now, and follow us on Twitter @AutoExpressPod for regular updates. Find out more at www.autoexpress.co.uk/podcast.
 
Who Said That? is a comedy panel show hosted by Mark Olver. Each episode sees four famous faces dial in to test their knowledge of how each other thinks and make each other laugh. Guests include James Acaster, Jon Richardson, Rachel Parris, Kerry Godliman, Jen Brister, Mark Watson, Russell Howard, Richard Osman and many many more. The game is simple - each round, one player asks a question which the other three must answer. They text their answers to Mark who reads each one out. The question ...
 
Welcome to 3 Things to Know with Stephanie Haney, from WKYC studios in Cleveland. Stephanie is the digital anchor and legal analyst for 3News. In this podcast, she talks with experts and insiders about the things you need to know, shares the hidden gems of Northeast Ohio, and gets you clued in to the accounts you should be following on social media. Get in the know and stay in the know with Stephanie's help... starting right now.
 
A vibrant and unapologetic celebration of women's sexual pleasure, including female masturbation and female orgasms. O'actually, and founder Kit Murray Maloney, believes that when it comes to sex and sexuality it's time to fully embrace pleasure - including women's pleasure, women's self pleasure, women's orgasmic pleasure - as our new north star. Prioritizing and celebrating women's sexual pleasure will heal the world. Intrigued... Listen in.
 
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.
 
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Morgan Murray grew up on a farm near the same backwoods central Alberta village as figure-skating legend Kurt Browning. He now lives in the backwoods of Cape Breton with his wife, cartoonist Kate Beaton, Mary the baby, Agnes the dog, Reggie the cat, Peggy the ditch kitten, and six chickens without names because they all look alike. He has a BA in C…
 
I’m not convinced a brand new standalone Maori health authority, with a budget in the billions, is a necessary. Nor prudent. Nor a game changer for Maori health outcomes. The agitators for it say it’s a must, because our current healthcare system is racist and produces deep inequity. But its politically convenient to blame all Maori health indicato…
 
Fiji has recorded its second Covid-19 case in the community. She is the daughter of the woman who worked at a quarantine facility and who had tested positive to the virus last weekend. Fiji Health Secretary Dr James Fong said the focus of health authorities was now on an area in Lautoka where the woman was believed to have attended a funeral last w…
 
I’m sure the Act Party couldn’t believe their luck. Just as they launched their Free Speech Tour, Newsroom on Friday got their hands on a Cabinet paper, that outlines the proposed reforms to our Hate Speech Laws. This will see Hate Speech codified in our Crimes Act, and it will carry a three year prison term. The Cabinet paper suggests hate speech …
 
You may not know the name - but Kiwi Jonathan Lemalu is an opera singer in hot demand. He's been based in Europe for years - and has played to sold out audiences throughout the concert scene. Now, due to Covid, he's back home and is now doing a New Zealand tour. Jonathan Lemalu spoke with Mike Yardley earlier this morning and performed an excerpt f…
 
While there's been plenty of excitement about the trans-Tasman bubble, most of us are planning to stay put. Research from Frog Recruitment has found 88 per cent of Kiwis will not be leaving New Zealand shores in the next 12 months. Massey University sociologist Paul Spoonley says people are still anxious about leaving the safety of New Zealand. He …
 
How do you feel about restorative justice programmes? Should they be reserved for first-time offenders? Low-level offenders? May even low-level recidivist slow-learning offenders? Or are you okay with the net being cast much wider? For the past few years, the government has invested big bucks in Te Pae Oranga, iwi community panels. This Maori-led r…
 
New Zealand's top companies are failing to keep up with global counterparts. A Productivity Commission inquiry's found our frontier firms - which are the most productive firms in the domestic economy within their own industries - are only about half as productive as those in other small, advanced economies. It wants lawmakers to ensure employers ha…
 
French President Emmanuel Macron says he foresees at least some tourists returning to Paris this summer if they have gotten vaccinated or have proof of testing negative for the coronavirus as France moves to progressively lift infection-control restrictions. "We are building a certificate to facilitate travel after these restrictions between the di…
 
The Ingenuity helicopter has successfully completed its historic flight on Mars and safely landed back on the surface, according to NASA. The first powered, controlled flight on another planet took place at 3:34 a.m. ET. Unlike when the helicopter's fellow traveller, the Perseverance rover, landed on Mars on February 18, there was a bit of wait to …
 
The murder case against former Officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd went to the jury Monday local time in a city on edge against round of unrest like the one that erupted last year over the video of the Black man pinned to the pavement with Chauvin's knee on his neck. The jury of six white members and six Black or multiracial ones was…
 
Prince William has made a rare public statement to oppose the Super League proposal which has rocked European football. The Super League has signed up 12 clubs from England, Spain and Italy and left open three more spots for founding members, who will get permanent places in the competition. It includes six teams from England - Manchester United, M…
 
The head of MIQ says no one is missing out despite two facilities being put on pause. The Grand Mercure and Grand Millennium in Auckland aren't taking new arrivals until the results of a ventilation review are known - which is expected at the end of the month. It means a reduction in capacity of 652 rooms. But Brigadier Jim Bliss has a message for …
 
The Foreign Minister is clarifying her comments on the Five Eyes security group. Nanaia Mahuta spoke about diversifying our trade relationships at a speech to the New Zealand-China Council yesterday. Afterwards she told reporters she's not comfortable with us expanding the remit of Five Eyes to joint positions on foreign policy. Mahuta told Mike Ya…
 
The starring role at yesterday’s royal funeral was that bespoke Landrover Defender, sporting a fresh coat of military green paint, custom built as a hearse. Prince Philip tinkered and toiled on this secret project for 16 years, knowing he would never live to see it used for its intended purpose. To carry his own coffin. How’s that for dedication to…
 
April 19 has dawned and I’m feeling bubblelicious this Monday morning. Relieved, actually, and still staggered that it’s taken this long to get Green Zone flights across the Tasman cleared for takeoff. If you are one of the thousands of travellers winging your way to Australia today, go well. Enjoy yourself, whether you are reuniting, business trip…
 
A New Zealand company is at the forefront of stem cell research. There are predictions the global market will reach nearly US$15 billion by next year. ReGen Cellular musculoskeletal specialist Zaid Matti told Mike Yardley 50 per cent of those who suffer from arthritis are of a working age. He says stem cells are a good alternative to having an oper…
 
A group of congressional Democrats introduced legislation Thursday local time to add four seats to the Supreme Court, a long-shot bid designed to counter the court's rightward tilt during the Trump administration and criticised by Republicans as a potential power grab that would reduce the public's trust in the judiciary. President Joe Biden last w…
 
The cricket and rugby commentator Iain Gallaway, known as the Voice of Carisbrook, has died aged 98 Gallaway provided rugby commentaries for 26 years and cricket for 40, until signing off in 1992. Gallaway was born in Dunedin in 1922 and educated at Christ's College and Otago University. He began his working life as a cadet reporter on the Otago Da…
 
There are fresh warnings that the country could be heading towards another leaky home crisis. It comes as the shortage of building materials grows - it now includes everything from timber, to paints and ladders. That means some builders are getting desperate and are getting their hands on any product they can. It has led to calls to strengthen up o…
 
Staff at a Sydney quarantine hotel are self-isolating and undergoing testing after three Covid-19 cases first thought to have been acquired overseas were found to have instead been acquired in hotel quarantine. NSW Health officials said on Sunday the three cases in the one family of returned travellers were previously reported as overseas acquired,…
 
A new survey has found that not everyone's jumping on board with modern technology. Around 700,000 New Zealand adults don't have the vital expertise for modern life, according to a new BNZ digital skills report shows. That's roughly 20 per cent of adults. Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa director Laurence Zwimpfer told Mike Yardley this figure i…
 
As the trans-Tasman bubble kicks off, Auckland Airport chief executive Adrian Littlewood said it's an important day that has taken a long time to get to. "It's great to see Tasman going again, something that used to be about as uneventful as going to the supermarket, so it's certainly an exciting thing to get back to normal." He said the trans-Tasm…
 
Prince Philip's passing is bringing up a lot of questions about the monarchy, from how Princes Harry and William will mend their relationship to whether Queen Elizabeth II will ever step down and pass the crown to Prince Charles. People Magazine's digital editor Morgan Evans joins Stephanie Haney to talk through it all on this week's 3 Things to Kn…
 
With Special Guest Jordan Power! Transit Hookups + Colton Underwood, UPFRONT: Jordan Power from Shame On You and the Unmentionable podcasts. CELEBRITY SHADE: Virgin bachelor Colton Underwood came out and now has a Netflix show. Brendon Urie silent on predatory accusations. THEM faces more backlash. Kirsten Dunst American Beauty at 15. Lil’ Nas X ge…
 
This episode features Emily Kraft, 19 years old Irish international football player who is at home in Sutton, Dublin North as well as in Gernsheim, close to Frankfurt am Main. Emily is a successful and ambitious footballer with Eintracht Frankfurt, who is also currently studying for her Abitur (German equivalent of Leaving Certificate). Born to an …
 
Disclaimer: NIGHT CHAT with Deuce and Mo is an interactive free-flowing conversation with fans about the Kings, sports, life and whatever else comes up. This episode focused on the Kings losing their 9th straight game, looking ahead to the offseason, taking discord calls from fans, a new Night Chat song and Deuce opens up an NBA Top Shot pack. See …
 
Deuce and Mo give their first thoughts on the Suns handing the Kings their 9th straight loss, how impressed they were with Phoenix, what the Kings did better tonight, Walton says Marvin isn't close to returning and they look ahead to the matchup against Dallas. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Deana Driver is an award-winning author, editor, book publisher, and retired journalist. She was a freelance journalist for 30 years and, in 2008, founded DriverWorks Ink publishing, which specializes in inspiring non-fiction books about Prairie people and publishes other genres connected to non-fiction stories. Deana (pronounced dee-na) has writte…
 
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is urgently asking medical experts to formulate a plan on how vaccinated Aussies can travel overseas and skip hotel quarantine upon return. The PM said the country’s “main goal” was vaccinating the most vulnerable parts of the population, but said an international travel plan was “what I’d like to see happen…
 
The fashion world looks to be entering into the early stages of a new denim cycle. The boss of Levi's Jeans says they're noticing more consumers opting for loose-fitting denim over the tighter fit. Mike Hosking is joined by Tim Wilson and Kate Hawkesby to discuss the changing world of fashion, along with wrapping the rest of the week in news. LISTE…
 
Prince William and Prince Harry could make peace, over the shared grief of Prince Philip's death. Buckingham Palace has confirmed the brothers will be among 30 guests at the service at Windsor Castle's St George's Chapel on Sunday morning. In a break from tradition, the brothers won't walk shoulder to shoulder in the procession. But Cornell Univers…
 
The Warriors are still trying to perfect their NRL recipe. They're 10th after five rounds with two wins and three losses, and meet the fourth-placed Dragons on Sunday. Roger Tuivasa-Sheck told Mike Hosking his side had a great pre-season, but they've been plagued with injury and need to settle on combinations. "It's been a tough start losing prop A…
 
The little piece of news and current events that as popular as a security guard at a vaccine centre. Live cows on ships 4/10 "I know some city-slickers get queasy, but this is an agricultural country and cows pay bills, and killing industries is not good for business or Chinese relations." Super Rugby 7/10 "Two more teams is good, expansion is good…
 
Coinbase made a rousing debut on Wall Street, with shares of the digital currency exchange rising as high as $429, briefly giving it a market value over $100 billion. Coinbase Global Inc.‘s initial public offering happened with cryptocurrency chatter seemingly everywhere, even at the U.S. Federal Reserve. Digital currencies are being incorporated i…
 
A push from the Government to keep motorists' eyes on the road, and off the phone screen. It's upping the fine for using a mobile while driving; from $80 to $150 from the end of the month. Transport Minister Michael Wood told Mike Hosking 22 drivers died while distracted by their phones between 2015 and 2019. He says that's a terrible toll and they…
 
GPs are poised to lend their expertise, scaling-up the vaccination roll-out. Health boss Ashley Bloomfield yesterday revealed plans to bring in GPs with primary care and community clinics, to carry out the bulk of Covid-19 vaccinations. The biggest of those GP groups is Auckland-based Procare. CEO Bindi Norwell told Mike Hosking doctors will help w…
 
More of global commerce giant Amazon could be on its way to New Zealand. The Government's signed a memorandum of understanding with Amazon for a 25 per cent subsidy on its Lord of the Rings TV series production. Economic Development Minister Stuart Nash says the deal is an innovation partnership, meaning Amazon will look to build a bigger relations…
 
Turns out Patrick Reynolds of Waka Kotahi was right. Turns out we were all right. Turns out yet again the theorists have been caught tripped and trapped up in their spin and ideology. The choo-choo train from Hamilton to Almost Auckland before you get on another train to actually get to Auckland is numerically a bust. Week One, the numbers are a di…
 
Disclaimer: NIGHT CHAT with Deuce and Mo is an interactive free-flowing conversation with fans about the Kings, sports, life and whatever else comes up. It's streamed LIVE after every game. Wednesday's edition hit on the Kings 8th straight loss, Steph's amazing run, Luka's play-in game comments, making the NBA regular season more competitive, disco…
 
So the border worker didn’t get a jab despite missing two appointments – and now the border worker hadn't even been tested since last year. It's good to know the Government and Health Ministry can still surprise us, even as a growing number of us thought the levels of ineptitude couldn't possibly get any worse. Remember last year and the outrage ov…
 
TVNZ's latest show Creamerie may hit home for a number of viewers. It tells the story of a virus that kills 99 percent of men, leaving women on their own. However, three kiwi woman discover a man after eight years of abstinence. That man is Jay Ryan - the Kiwi star who first broke out on Neighbours and Sea Patrol, before starring in Go Girls and he…
 
Chris Lendrum, New Zealand Rugby's head of the professional game, remains hopeful the Moana Pasifika and the Fijian Drua franchises can join Super Rugby next year. Both have been granted conditional licences. It comes five months after NZR confirmed that the two franchises were its preferred partners to explore the entry of Pasifika-linked teams in…
 
A new Uber service is being criticised by a transport advocate. The rideshare company is starting a service encouraging people to share their car with others while commuting. The driver would earn 71 cents for every kilometre travelled. But Greater Auckland spokesperson advocate Matt Lowrie told Mike Hosking the service might be a hard sell. He say…
 
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