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Writer and star of BBC Three's How Not to Live Your Life, Dan Clark presents a brand new show exclusively on FUBAR Radio."Screen Talk with Dan Clark" is a new show where comedian Dan Clark talks about the world of TV and Film. Each week Dan will be interviewing various filmmakers - from directors and writers right through to composers and editors.He'll also have guests all discussing their work and their love of movies. The segment "Guilty Pleasure" will see each guest pick a film they feel ...
 
Stuart Maconie and Elizabeth Alker meet up to tell each other extra-ordinary tales from 400 years of musical history. From a murderous 16th Century madrigal composer to Batley Variety Club - Yorkshire's very own Caesar's Palace... and from the espionage-tinted roots of the theremin to the wild weekend that was the Bickershaw pop festival... Notable has the lot. Produced by Geoff Bird, artwork by Rory Clifford.
 
Posting Up is a podcast from The Washington Post about everything going on in the NBA. Hosted by Tim Bontemps, The Post’s national NBA writer, Posting Up takes listeners around the league, talking to people who both cover it and work inside it about every aspect of The Association. From how teams are performing on the court to all of the many moves -- from trades to free agency to the draft -- that impact teams off of it, you'll hear everything you need to know about the NBA here. [This podc ...
 
The Athletic's Portland Trail Blazers podcast with longtime Blazers beat reporter Jason Quick and NBA podcasting extraordinaire Dave DuFour brings you behind-the-scenes access to the team, in-depth interviews, and game analysis. Subscribe to The Athletic to get all episodes ad-free and extra subscriber only episodes.
 
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Grant Dalton is expected to tell Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron members tonight that Team New Zealand has no option but to defend the America's Cup off shore The three month exclusive negotiation period with the Government ends on Thursday. It's understood there is a significant gap in what the Government is prepared to offer and what Team New Ze…
 
Powered by EP Sports. This week on That American Football Show, Adam, Craig, Joe and Tim bring you a special episode. After a bit of news chat, includin Julio Jones' new team and some number changes, the boys sit down and speak to USC Running Back Samuel 'OJ' Oram-Jones! Hear about how OJ made the move from Motor Racing to American Football and how…
 
Composer Shirley J. Thompson is the first woman in Europe to have composed and conducted a symphony within the last 40 years. She tells us about her new work Emanation, which she’s written for the disabled-led ensemble BSO.Dame Darcey Bussell Former Principal of The Royal Ballet & Strictly Judge, President of the RAD & creator of Diversity Dance Mi…
 
New rules for commercial fishing operators are hoped to stop illegal fish dumping and protect endangered species. The Government is banning commercial fishers from discarding unwanted fish overboard again. It's also paying to put cameras on 300 fishing boats, to keep a better eye on what goes on at sea. Auckland University Fisheries expert Glenn Si…
 
Dame Darcey Bussell is the former Principal of The Royal Ballet & Strictly Judge, President of the RAD & creator of Diversity Dance Mix. She joins Anita to talk about her passion for dance and her mission to rescue Britain’s ballet dancers, and raise spirits and money for struggling dance companies, by creating the British Ballet Charity Gala. The …
 
Police didn't make a single arrest after hundreds of gang members blocked roads and crisscrossed Auckland on bikes and hanging out of cars all day. The gangs were out in force after a large funeral procession for one of their own this morning. NZ Police Superintendent Karyn Malthus told Heather du Plessis-Allan that the gangs were well behaved duri…
 
Police appear much more likely to charge people for drug use/possession in Hawke's Bay, Gisborne, Auckland city and the Bay of Plenty than in the rest of the country. The regional differences are revealed as the Government reviews an aspect of the Misuse of Drugs Act to ensure police discretion for charging drug users is applied consistently across…
 
A major gang member's funeral, and the procession that followed, appears to have gone off without a hitch. Hundreds gathered for a service at a church in Grey Lynn, before the procession traversed across Auckland. During the service, police temporarily closed part of the street outside the church.. Gang expert Dr Jarrod Gilbert told Heather du Ples…
 
Thousands of permanent Air New Zealand staff will get $1000 worth of company shares. Chief executive Greg Foran told Heather du Plessis-Allan it's to say thank you for the job they've done over the past 18 months of the Covid-19 pandemic. He says the staff have gone above and beyond - including pilots who've had over a hundred Covid-19 tests and en…
 
text by NZ Herald India have seized the initiative in the World Test Championship final against New Zealand by naming their starting XI a day early. That's despite rain pouring at the venue, and the whole first day in doubt due to the forecast. India have opted for two spinning all-rounders and three seamers, paying no attention to the conditions o…
 
Text by Ariane de Vogue and Chandelis Duster, CNN The Supreme Court dismissed a challenge to the Affordable Care Act on Thursday in a decision that will leave the law intact and save health care coverage for millions of Americans. The justices turned away a challenge from Republican-led states and the former Trump administration, which urged the ju…
 
Composer Shirley J. Thompson is the first woman in Europe to have composed and conducted a symphony within the last 40 years - New Nation Rising, A 21st Century Symphony, which was originally commissioned for the Queen’s Golden Jubilee in 2002, and then used for the 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony. She’s now composed a new work, Emanation, which she…
 
Can councils for just one second please start caring about what they’re doing to businesses in their area? This decision to ban cars from central Wellington is so stupid. We all know this because we’re all seeing it roll out across our own towns and suburbs up and this country but this is now in Wellington on a bigger scale. Clearly this is moronic…
 
A new report has revealed the grim state of the country’s agribusiness sector. According to KPMG's latest agribusiness agenda report, morale in the food and fibre sector has fallen significantly since last year, and the industry is facing a number of challenges. Freight costs, labour supply, and the Netflix documentary Seaspiracy were among the iss…
 
Let's Get Wellington Moving plans to make the golden mile car free. It's announced that after public consultation, the 'transform' option is the most preferred. It means by the end of 2025 Lambton Quay, Courtney Place, Willis and Manners street will become car free, and instead give priority to pedestrians and buses. The plan still needs to go to t…
 
Are utes becoming a bigger problem for the Government? Utes are set to be impacted by the Government's Clean Car Discount - The scheme rebates the cost of electric vehicles and will charge a fee from users of high emission vehicles. Farmers and tradies have complained as there are no electric alternatives for utes at the moment. Yesterday, Prime Mi…
 
It seems more people are jumping on the alcohol free band wagon, with Australian sales doubling in the last 12 months. Zeffer Cider have revealed their alcohol free cider outsells their alcohol full cider. Chief Executive Josh Townsend told Heather du Plessis-Allan the rising popularity down to people wanting to be healthier. "I think it tastes ver…
 
Wellington's Mayor wants to ensure ample parking in the city when cars are kicked off some key roads. Let's Get Wellington Moving plans to make Lambton Quay, Courtney Place, and Willis and Manners streets by the end of 2025. It still needs approval from Wellington City Council and Waka Kotahi before construction can start at the end of next year. M…
 
The Director General of Health says they've had no indication from Pfizer there's any shortage of the vaccine. Our Covid-19 general roll-out will be done in age groups -- with those aged 60 and over invited to book from July 28. Vaccines will be arriving in weekly shipments which is why the programme is staggered. Dr Ashley Bloomfield told Heather …
 
A bigger rise in GDP than anyone expected for the first three months of the year. GDP went up 1.6 per cent in the March quarter - following on from a one per cent contraction in December. KiwiBank chief economist Jarrod Kerr says consumers and businesses spent more than anticipated. "So there's a lot more confidence in the economy, and that points …
 
Central Auckland business owners say officials have been complacent in the "decimation" of their livelihoods during City Rail Link construction. After more than four years of road closures and construction noise, two dozen people protested on the steps of the Auckland Council offices this morning demanding compensation. They used placards and a lou…
 
Tasmania has become the first to close its borders to anyone who visited a “high-risk” site in NSW as Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk advised against travelling to Greater Sydney. Ms Palaszczuk said travel restrictions to Greater Melbourne remained in place for another seven days even though Victoria had eased restrictions and was allowing…
 
The singer-songwriter Jessie Ware was nominated for Female Solo Artist and Album of the Year at this Year’s BRIT Awards. She was also included in Barack Obama’s favourite music playlist of 2020. Jessie has been busy in lockdown recording new songs for the deluxe Platinum Pleasure edition of her hit album What's Your Pleasure? In tandem with her mus…
 
There is no love lost between Phil Goff and Grant Dalton, is there? After the news broke today that Team New Zealand has rejected the offer from the government and Auckland City to keep the next America’s Cup in New Zealand, Phil Goff pretty much announced he’s turfing Grant Dalton and his crew out of the viaduct events centre as soon as their cont…
 
Several spectators were treated in the hospital for injuries caused by a protestor who parachuted into the stadium before France played Germany at the European Championship, UEFA said Tuesday local time. Debris fell on the field and main grandstand, narrowly missing France coach Didier Deschamps, when the parachutist struck wires for an overhead ca…
 
One of the leading America's Cup veterans is vehemently against racing being held offshore. The defence of the Auld Mug looks to be heading offshore, after the holders were unable to reach a funding agreement with the New Zealand government for it to be held on these shores. Tom Ehman, who was vice-commodore of the Golden Gate yacht club when their…
 
Team New Zealand is looking abroad for the next America's Cup after rejecting a multi-million dollar Government and Council offer. The sailing team will now enter talks with other possible host nations. Chief executive Grant Dalton says they must explore other opportunities to ensure a successful defence. But he also says the end of exclusive negot…
 
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