Best Nine podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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The Nine Club is the show that has skaters talking. Each weekly episode hosted by Chris Roberts with co-hosts Roger Bagley and Kelly Hart invites you into fun and intimate conversations with professional and amateur skateboarders, musicians, actors and artists that share a common passion for skateboarding. New episodes every Monday. Also, watch every episode on YouTube at: www.youtube.com/thenineclubshow
 
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RNZ: Nine To Noon
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From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
 
The Orb is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated entirely to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Not an episode review show, The Orb explores specific elements with hosts C Bryan Jones and Matthew Rushing. We dive deep into this unique chapter in the Star Trek story to examine how it tackles the shades of grey that we find in real life, and how it uses characters over technology to tell timeless stories that connect with the audience.
 
Ready to screw YOUR 9-to-5? Josh and Jill Stanton deliver weekly tips, resources, interviews and practical steps to help you transition out of your job and start a wildly-successful online business that works for you. Each episode is designed to give you simple steps and strategies you can use today to make your entrepreneurial dreams a reality!
 
A Podcast about Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. IT'S GOLD PRESSED LATINUM FOR YOUR EARS. Every Wednesday Wade, James, and Hugh tackle another episode of this 90s precursor to tv's current golden age.
 
The only Trek podcast in the galaxy that reviews an episode from all 5 live action series at the same time, and Treks newest series, Discovery! Each podcast we review an episode from The Original Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise. Jeremy, his 14 year old son Connor, and co-hosts Jordan & Melonie discuss each episode, provide insights, comedic takes, and fun facts, then score it on a scale of 1-10. The Overall score of each episode is determined by taking t ...
 
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Nine To Thrive HR
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Looking for fresh content to solve your human capital issues but don't have a full hour? Subscribe to the HCI podcast series to gain access to leading HR practitioners from Fortune 1000 companies, as well thought-leaders, authors, and academics. These experts cover everything from talent acquisition and analytics to engagement, retention, and development.
 
Stephen Mills and Matthew Hooton discuss current politics.
 
Bursting out of the Wormhole and into your Earhole! Pour yourself some Romulan ale, Klingon blood-wine, or a Bajoran daiquiri, and join us as we toast the greatest television show of all time, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Email us: DrunkSpaceNine@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter: @DrunkSpaceNine @GulDuskat @StarfleetBoy
 
Nine Sessions by Miss Nine is a monthly radio show full of uplifting progressive house tunes mixed by Miss Nine. www.djmissnine.com www.925-music.com
 
Listen to the Prophets...The Two True Freaks Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Podcast. Covering every episode of DS9...so Scott Gardner doesn't have to.
 
A podcast created by and for fans of Nine Inch Nails. Topics include halos, news, interviews, and all things NIN.
 
Join Jack, Kevin and Sam as they journey through the wonderful world of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, one randomly selected episode at a time! Each week, they'll go over their notes on each episode, compare them with other iterations of Star Trek, complain about Voyager, talk about whatever the hell else comes to mind, and much, much more! Of course it wouldn't be Reopening the Wormhole without the requisite visit to Quark's to spin the Dabo wheel and determine next week's episode. So crack op ...
 
Stage Nine is a show from Trek.fm that explores the work of Star Trek creatives past, present, and future. Join Mike Schindler and John Mills each week as they look at the people who make Star Trek, and their work both inside and outside of the franchise.
 
Eddie Mungai, a life long Star Trek fan, watches episodes of Deep Space Nine with his best friend, Sergeant Redacted, who has never seen Star Trek before in her life.Like the show? Subscribe to us on Patreon to get us a week early, and to chose our wild card episodes!https://patreon.com/deepspacenoob
 
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Nine original and, yes, unlikely fairy-tales, which include stories of the arithmetic fairy, the king who became a charming villa-residence and the dreadful automatic nagging machine. All are classic-Nesbit: charming, novel and not afraid to squeeze in a moral or two — told with proper fairy-tale style. Summary by Cori
 
Join Jack, Kevin and Sam as they journey through the wonderful world of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, one randomly selected episode at a time! Each week, they'll go over their notes on each episode, compare them with other iterations of Star Trek, complain about Voyager, talk about whatever the hell else comes to mind, and much, much more! Of course it wouldn't be Reopening the Wormhole without the requisite visit to Quark's to spin the Dabo wheel and determine next week's episode. So crack op ...
 
Welcome to Pod Like a Hole. The place to hear three guys discuss all things Nine Inch Nails and give an album (or Halo) analysis on each episode. Come join us as we go track by track to break down the times we have cringed at lyrics, how Nine Inch Nails have remained relevant, and everything else Trent Reznor has accomplished inbetween. Your hosts, Marc Branstad, Steven E. Chambers, and Eric Anderson, journey through a deep dive into the music of Nine Inch Nails.
 
The Orb is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated entirely to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Not an episode review show, The Orb explores specific elements with hosts C Bryan Jones and Matthew Rushing. We dive deep into this unique chapter in the Star Trek story to examine how it tackles the shades of grey that we find in real life, and how it uses characters over technology to tell timeless stories that connect with the audience.
 
Humorous politically incorrect conversations!
 
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Geek Space Nine
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Three intrepid explores: Ben, Sarah and Peter, along with guests explore the Star Trek series Deep Space Nine for the first time.We are a part of the Tuscan Shed Media Network.
 
Christians in Commerce works to encourage and equip Christians to be God’s presence in the workplace by the power of the Holy Spirit, exercising faith, integrity, and excellence. Nine to Five podcasts are conversations with Christians aligning their careers with God's mission and being Christ in their workplace. Listen to them during your commute, or whenever convenient.
 
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BREAKER ONE NINE
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En podcast med fascinerende fortællinger om livet som lastbilchauffør. Kom med i førerhuset og få alle røverhistorierne.
 
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North Shore Nine
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Podcast by North Shore Nine
 
When the veteran captain of the St. Mary's baseball team is forced to resign at the beginning of the season, the choice for his replacement falls quickly upon the star pitcher. But can the new captain manage to rally the team, cope with detractors, and win the coach's confidence--all while still keeping his pitching arm in shape? And when fresh disasters threaten to wreck the big game, is there anything he can do to save it? - Summary by bookAngel7
 
The Podcast about all things bowling related.
 
A storytelling podcast for the Northwestern University community. Each episode brings several true, unscripted stories from Northwestern to listeners.
 
Every fortnight, two progressive music lovers talk about all things related to progressive music with a unique Australian twist.
 
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Nine to Five Guy
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videos and stories about the interesting people in the world we live it.
 
World Djs Electronic Podcast Radio Show
 
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Cast Nine
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Bridge Nine Records
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Started in 1995, Bridge Nine is a label that specializes in hardcore punk, with over 240 recordings in our catalog. Check us out and keep an eye out for updates!
 
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Wine Before Nine
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When you hear wine before nine, we hope you're thinking the nine is at morning time because that is the level this podcast is on; comical, outrageous, informative, and real.Wine Before Nine Podcast discusses relationships, hot topics, pop culture, and more hosted by Aminah Imani and Boykins; two comedians currently living in New York City.Each month we invite a new guest to share their opinion on highlighted events along with questions and concerns from our audience. And yes, we do drink win ...
 
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Nine Months On
Weekly
 
Nine Months On is a platform presented by Bella Baby using podcasts to offer expertise, knowledge, support and insight into the chaotic and wonderful world of parenthood! Our interview and topic based podcasts are entertaining, informative and enlightening with interesting guest panelists. Hosted by Mothers who are nursery industry insiders offering insightful and practical tips on navigating Motherhood. Packed with free, valuable and consistent content, the nine months on community is reach ...
 
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Nine Steps Down
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Ermie Slava is a girl with a dark secret. Her low-key job interview with San Francisco's top biotech company should have been a simple affair to get her out of Midwest for a few days. But once she meets David LeBlanc, the enigmatic and possessive founder of the company she interviews for, she quickly finds out that they share something in common. Life takes her on a wild and dangerous ride through the San Francisco's richest, decadent and most exclusive groups of people, living on the very e ...
 
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On McLeod Nine
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Hosted by Cameron McLeod, On McLeod Nine is a podcast about the best and worst things to ever happen to you. This podcast delves into the stories that make us the people we are today. Some may be sad, some may be funny, but they're always relatable. New episodes Monday.
 
You have heard all the cat myths. Do cats have nine lives? You have watched your cat do quirky things. Why does your cat follow you to the bathroom? We live with these tiny predators, yet we do not truly know them. What do they really need to eat? How do their minds work? Cats are still an enigma. How do you keep your cat fit and healthy? If it is related to cats, I will relate it to you! Together we will explore all aspects of the “cat-o-sphere” and learn everything we can about cats from a ...
 
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Nine Wine Wine
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Ever wondered what was going on in the minds of criminals or people who misuse the 911 system? We're here to tell you, it's not much.On Nine Wine Wine, they do the crime, call the line, and we drink the wine!
 
Tales of a cat's life told by the cat in hopes of saving cats from death by animal shelters or abandonment. (Summary by Sharon Kilmer)
 
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Nine Guys - Girls
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Dj 69 (Six Nine)
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Nine Lives
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Nine Lives is a podcast that brings you life stories from around the world. These are stories of big history under the microscope — the historical moments and events that shook the world, and the ripples that were felt on the most intimate and personal levels. But they are also about small history — happenstance, and the tiny details and bizarre coincidences that changed lives.
 
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Father Of Nine
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Power Nine Podcast
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Every week, we sit down with friends and have a little chat about Magic: The Gathering and the things that have been happening to our favourite card game, across all formats of gameplay.
 
An uplifting and inspirational Podcast to brighten your week.
 
Nine conversations about Beethoven's nine symphonies. Bramwell Tovey - Music Director of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra - and CBC Radio 2's Bill Richardson consider these mighty works and talk about what makes them so powerful. Tovey illustrates passages on the piano. CBC Radio 2 will broadcast performances by Tovey and the VSO daily starting March 31 2008. The concerts are available for streaming at Concerts on Demand.
 
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It's finally here, the "Tuvix" episode! Listen as Sarge and Eddie debate abstract philosophy, and Sarge freaks out over Kes' age!By deepspacenoob@fastmail.net (Murder-Roo Media LLC).
 
Taking stock with the week that was, James Elliott and Justine Smith run through how to open an OXO cube, and the astounding story of the airline company which couldn't spell its name right. Let's be specific, we're looking at you Cathay Paciic, or should that be Cathay Pacific!
 
Sports Commentator Brendan Telfer on what we have learned about Noeline Taurua's style and coaching methods after her first two matches at the helm of the Silver Ferns. He continues the post mortem of the loss against the Springboks last Saturday, and looks at the reaction to WADA reinstating the Russian Anti doping agency.…
 
Music Reviewer Grant Smithies focuses on four classic NZ albums getting the vinyl reissue treatment over the next week: Supergroove's Traction, Che Fu's 2B Spacific, Bic Runga's Drive and Darcy Clay's Jesus I Was Evil.
 
Niki Ward from Ekor books reviews 'And the Ocean Was Our Sky' by Patrick Ness, and 'I Am the Seed That Grew the Tree' selected by Fiona Waters.
 
Jan Becker and her husband Mike are the founders of the biggest helicopter flight training academy in the Southern Hemisphere based in Queensland. The Becker Helicopter group trains pilots from all over the world, including military pilots, and has a fleet of 20 machines, which are also used for fire fighting and other work. Jan Becker, a pilot ...…
 
Pacific correspondent Koro Vaka'uta with the results of a long awaited inquiry into domestic violence in Samoa, also reaction to two controversies gripping the Pacific - the leeches comments from a defiant talk host and the trademarking of 'Bula'.
 
Students at Far North school Te Kura Taumata o Panguru have started a business converting what was once seen as a problem into a possibility. Kutai, or mussels are a staple food in Panguru, but they are under threat from the marine pest Titi Kuri, a type of sea squirt. Early last year education provider Papa Taiao Earthcare organised a cleanup ...…
 
Charter Schools schools will cease to exist at the end of the year, so what next for the students and communities they served? While the coalition Government has order the charter schools to close, it has also approved all of them to reopen next year as either designated character schools or integrated state schools. What will the change mean f ...…
 
The head of Drug Free Sport New Zealand says athletes are right to be angry over the decision by the World Anti Doping Agency to lift the suspension of Russia's anti-doping agency. Wada, has lifted a three-year ban on its Russian agency, Rusada, which was suspended in 2015 because of its oversight of the near-ubiquitous doping of Russian athlet ...…
 
Erik Bragg stops by to talk about his departure from ETN, Out There: Gilbert Crockett, Nike - Dream Crazy, Trent McClung | HB to BZ Part, Pedro Delfino's "Welcome to Deathwish" Part, The Battle of Normandy 2018 and much more!
 
Paul Casserly has been watching the gloriously puerile animated comedy Paradise PD (Netflix) the women's suffrage documentary series Minimum (RNZ, Loading docs) and also a Netflix original, Midnight Diner.
 
Sir Michael Cullen, chairman of the Tax Working Group, joins Kathryn to outline the recommendations of the group's interim report. Are new taxes on the cards?
 
Body image, anxiety, self-harm, social media, homework, partying, curfews, respect… It's not easy being a teenage girl and it's not easy parenting a teenage girl. Child psychologist Sarah Hughes – who has worked with hundreds of teenage girls and their families – shares some advice from her new book Skip the Drama.…
 
Sarah Putt has details on the latest Broadband uptake figures, Netflix's success scoring 23 Emmy gongs and tech billionaire, Mark Benioff buys Time Magazine.
 
Jane Westaway reviews Paris Echo by Sebastian Faulks, which is published by Penguin Random House NZ.
 
Australian writer Liane Moriarty's eighth novel Nine Perfect Strangers has just hit the shelves, and already the film rights have been snapped up by Nicole Kidman, who'll produce and star in the adaptation. One of her previous novels, Big Little Lies, was turned into a hit TV series by Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon and a second season of ...…
 
UK correspondent, Geeri Peev, has the latest on the Prime Minister, Theresa May meetings in Salzburg with EU leaders to try to convince them to compromise over Brexit. Still no answers on the Novichok saga and it's conference season with the Liberal Democrats trying bizarre tactics to get in the news.…
 
Housing New Zealand has committed to reimbursing hundreds of tenants it evicted from state homes based on bogus meth testing, some of whom were made homeless. A report ordered by the Housing Minister Phil Twyford has found roughly 800 tenants suffered as a result of the agency's approach.Housing New Zealand's chief executive Andrew McKenzie tel ...…
 
Chief Executive of New Zealand Plant Producers Incorporated Matthew Dolan talks Kathryn Ryan through concerns over supplying enough native seedlings for the One Billion Trees programme. A greater proportion of indigenous trees are to be planted in the Minster for Regional Economic Development's plan, thanks to a $240m funding boost from the Pro ...…
 
The Health Minister says he's committed to reaching a national agreement with midwives.The College of Midwives met David Clark yesterday to seek progress on an agreement, after it co-designed a funding model with the Ministry of Heath last year, but the Ministry then recommended against it on cost grounds. David Clark says his government is det ...…
 
The chaos continues as we begin our exploration of wine and Star Trek in the second installment of this Deep Space Wine session! Mike Greenan and Kashmir Loveless are along for the ride again, and this time we're also joined by our Ferengi expert and Dabo Boy, Kregg, to figure out just what it is about the Ferengi people that seems to drive Fed ...…
 
The chaos continues as we begin our exploration of wine and Star Trek in the second installment of this Deep Space Wine session! Mike Greenan and Kashmir Loveless are along for the ride again, and this time we're also joined by our Ferengi expert and Dabo Boy, Kregg, to figure out just what it is about the Ferengi people that seems to drive Fed ...…
 
It's wedding time on Deep Space Nine. We've come a long way, baby! Hear us heap praises on Terry Farrel and Dax. Worf and Dax tie the knot. The end destination of a ship? Sirella has quite the pedigree. From Nemesis Romulan to first Pam’s Mom. Is this story quaint? How would Dax’s attitude towards the wedding vary today? What’s this Klingon bac ...…
 
To celebrate 125 years since women got the vote, The University of Auckland has got special permission to name all their departments and schools after notable women alumni. And keeping on the women in science theme, Siouxsie is keen to remind us of Henrietta Lacks, who died of cervical cancer, and whose cancerous cells are one of the most impor ...…
 
Building and renovating homes in New Zealand in an environmentally friendly way. Architecture and design writer Melinda Williams has researched the best ideas for making homes as eco-friendly as possible - including reusing materials and steering construction waste away from landfill. She joins Kathryn to talk about the challenges of building i ...…
 
RNZ's Kirsten Johnstone's theme of her selection today is sisterhood, including a new EP from literal sisters Klara and Johanna Soderburgh - they perform under the name First Aid Kit. Kirsten also has music from Maori music collective Maimoa and ends with an 80s stadium rock inspired by the suffrage movement - Sisters are Doin it for Themselves ...…
 
Holly Walker reviews Stardust and Substance: The New Zealand General Election of 2017, edited by Stephen Levine, and published by Victoria University Press.
 
Eddie Ayres struggled with depression and identity for years until realising in his 30s that he was a transgender man. The professional musician and ABC Classic FM presenter formerly known as Emma Ayres has written a book about his life, Danger Music. Ayres tells Nine to Noon's Kathryn Ryan he first realised he was transgendered when was cyclin ...…
 
Australia correspondent, Karen Middleton has the latest on the tonnes of strawberries being dumped after suspected industrial sabotage; a new royal commission into aged care services and how is the new PM settling in?
 
Natalie Lawrence talks to Kathryn Ryan about coming home to New Zealand to become the first female head coach of our male National Youth League team. It's not Natalie's first role in New Zealand football, but it is a first for the NYL, and Natalie hopes her appointment will pave the way for more female coaches to follow suit.…
 
The Problem Gambling Foundation favours moving pokies out of poorer suburbs. A move to migrate pokie machines is to be considered by Wellington city council, but it's prompting concerns this would result in an escalation of gambling in the city centre. Chief Executive of the Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand Paula Snowden talks to Kath ...…
 
The College of Midwives will not ruling out legal action if it does not receive support from the Minister of Health for its pay equity claims and support for changes to how the profession is funded. The college will meet the minister, David Clark later today in what could be a make or break meeting following what it says was a breach of the med ...…
 
Aminah and Rallo are joined by special guest Courtney B to discuss relationships and the Williams sisters.
 
Media commentator Gavin Ellis says the legislation against cyber-bullying was so poorly drafted that Sir Ray Avery's use of the Harmful Digital Communications Act to stifle Newsroom's investigation of his charitable work was an accident waiting to happen, and the loophole must be closed.
 
Ngarino Ellis (Ngapuhi, Ngati Porou) has a dream that one day the approximately 18,000 Māori artefacts held in international museums will be documented for the people of Aotearoa, even if they're not returned. This year, the University of Auckland historian travelled to Italy, Britain and the United States to visit some of them.…
 
Business commentator Rod Oram looks at whether the Government will appoint a Chief Technology Officer, following the Derek Handley debacle, and a look at the state of the electricity market.
 
Phil Vine reviews The River in the Sky by Clive James, which is published by Macmillan.
 
Adrienne Jansen's new novel A Change of Key is about community, music and a life in exile. Adrienne Jansen has written extensively about the experience of migrants to New Zealand, both in fiction and non fictional forms. Her new novel tells the story of a multicultural group of migrants living in an inner-city block of social housing flats. Her ...…
 
US correspondent Susan Milligan on the latest in the Brett Kavanaugh controversy which is dividing US lawmakers. President Trump's pick for the Supreme Court vacancy is clouded by a sexual assault allegation dating back to the 1980s.
 
Current advice on sun protection is flawed and could mean some people aren't taking the necessary precautions to prevent skin cancer, according to a new Australasian study. Health agencies in Australia and New Zealand recommend people use sun protection when the UV index (UVI) is 3 or higher – and say no protection is required when it's under 3 ...…
 
Fewer and fewer New Zealanders are making wills, and those that do exist are more and more open to challenge in the family court, according to research by the Public Trust. The research finds that fifty five percent of New Zealanders don't have a will - and twenty eight percent of people with children don't have one either. PublicTrust Senior S ...…
 
We continue our scholarly debate about the mysterious urine elemental and discover that even the most ardent sceptics can’t rationalise this paranormal event! Write to us at: podcastmadness@gmail.com
 
Jimmy Gorecki discusses growing up in Norristown PA, flying to California for the first time to stay with Clyde Singleton, getting on Aesthetics Skateboards, skating at Love Park, staying at Chris Roberts’ house, having to make the switch over to Zoo York, skating for Ice Cream Footwear, working for Disney, starting his own company JSP, No. One ...…
 
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