Best Otago podcasts we could find (Updated November 2018)
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Spotlight on legal issues affecting our daily lives, supported by the Faculty of Law at the University of Otago
 
Hear essays created during the creative non-fiction short course held as part of the Otago University Summer School.
 
Jesse hosts an upbeat mix of the curious and the compelling, ranging from the stories of the day to the great questions of our time.
 
A six episode podcast series all about the wildlife in our own backyard. Why it's awesome, how it's awesome and how we know it's awesome.From geckos in your undies to deep water canyons we find out the real deal, from ecologists to anti-poaching experts and bold visionaries - this is not your usual nature chat.Subscribe now on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts (Wild Dunedin Podcast). Or download from Wild Dunedin or Otago Access Radio Websites. This podcast is supported by the Wild Du ...
 
Jesse hosts an upbeat mix of the curious and the compelling, ranging from the stories of the day to the great questions of our time.
 
Celebrating diversity on Otago Access Radio.Join host Pia Kahn every second Monday at 7pm as she explores aspects of indigenous cultures - from food, music and spiritual beliefs to oral traditions, politics, current affairs and activism. She will be joined by some wonderful guests, sharing their stories with you.Thanks to the Settling In Fund from the Office of Ethnic Communities for supporting the Connecting Cultures Zone on Otago Access Radio.
 
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Round The Boards
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Each Tuesday we catch up with Community Board representatives to talk about the topics of the day, find out how you can have your say, and profile the people who are making a difference in their communities.Included in this OARsome Morning Show segment are: Otago Peninsula Community Board, West Harbour Community Board, Waikouaiti Coast Community Board, Mosgiel Taieri Community Board and Saddle Hill Community Board.
 
Interviews with Authors writing about Australia and New Zealand
 
Don't risk not knowing what's going around New Zealand and the world - catch up with interviews from Early Edition, hosted by Kate Hawkesby.
 
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Heritage Matters
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The programme takes a look at what makes Dunedin the nation's heritage capital. The wonderful stock of historic buildings will be explored, as well as early European settlement, Maori life in past centuries and tales of gold. Thanks to the Southern Heritage Trust
 
A magazine programme hosted by Kim Hill, with long-form, in-depth feature interviews on current affairs, science, modern life, history, the arts and more.
 
Prospect Park Productions NZ is proud to present Dark Dunedin: Heaven Looks On, a three-part thriller podcast, with a Gothic Dunedin as its beating heart. As you accompany the protagonist on her journey, you’ll discover – or re-discover – nostalgic, historic, and supernatural features of and in the city; the whoosh of Lamson pipes at Penroses Department Store, twinkling stars in the St James theatre, and Kēhua, sprites, and demons dancing under the moonlight in the Town Belt.When a young wom ...
 
Choice As! – Celebrating Local Music. Join Karl every second Tuesday, as he brings you the latest in local music as well as some kiwi favourites. Hear from the musicians, discover new music, and celebrate New Zealand’s unique music scene. This show was first broadcast on Otago Access Radio 105.4FM
 
The place to hear great stories from New Zealand winemakers, vineyards owners and others in the industry. Hosted by Boris Lamont. Published by Podcasts NZ.
 
Interviews with scholars of sound about their new books.
 
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AA Live
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Do you do and say things when drinking you regret the next day? Is alcohol a problem for you or someone you care about? Every Four Weeks, Tonto presents the AA Live, brought to you by Alcoholics Anonymous. Find out how people just like you found sobriety in AA.If you would like to get in contact with AA you can use the following methods:Phone – 0800 229 6757Website – www.aa.org.nzLocal Website – aaotago.org.nzPost – Box 6115, Dunedin North, Dunedin 9059
 
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Manual Therapy Blog
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Manual Therapy Blog is a website dedicated to the clinician practicing manual therapy. We offer instructional videos, opinion posts, case reports, and blog podcasts of interviews with key figures in the world of manual therapy. All to inspire, educate, and empower manual therapy practitioners around the world!
 
Sessions recorded at New Zealand Writers' Festivals
 
Join Justine Schep and explore music through history from 2250 BC to the present and from around the world.
 
Award winning crime writer Vanda Symon hosts this show on behalf of the Otago-Southland branch of the NZ Society of Authors. Every month she interviews a local or international writer about their current projects and the process of writing.
 
EATT Well, Drink, Dine and Travel often with your host Cullen. The EATT Magazine Travel Podcast is a recent winner of the Australian podcast awards most popular vote in Lifestyle, Health & Wellness.
 
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Ento Nation
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The Cricket Man hosts Ento Nation, the audio home of Ento Nation Magazine. Whether it's Entomophagy (eating bugs), Entomology, Ento Farming, Ento News & Info, Ento Photo, Ento Blogs, Ento-tainment... Ento Nation, fulfilling all of your Ento-Info needs.
 
Celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Burns Fellowship at a series of events in Dunedin (September 2018)For the anniversary, we partnered with a number of organizations, including the Dunedin Readers and Writers Festival, the New Zealand Young Writers Festival, the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, the Dunedin Public Art Gallery Society, the Dunedin City of Literature, the University Bookshop, and Continuing Education, Special Collections, and the Hocken Library at the University of Otago, and O ...
 
EATT Well, Drink, Dine and Travel often with your host Cullen. The EATT Magazine Travel Podcast is a recent winner of the Australian podcast awards most popular vote in Lifestyle, Health & Wellness.
 
Health is much more than what you do alone as an individual – it’s about your family, environment and wider social networks. Join Rebecca and Sophie, from the WellSouth health promotion team. They’ll help you access reliable, evidence-based self-help information so that the healthier choice is the easier choice. For more information about the Books on Prescription resources visit booksonprescription.co.nz and wellsouth.org.nz
 
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Noteable Radio
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Chris Ford from the Disabled Persons Assembly (DPA) cover news and issues.
 
Let us take you on a Journey... We'll tell stories and create connections with your new favourite sounds, including New Zealand faves and rarities. We're just two music geeks trying to make our way in the world, and we're taking you for a ride.
 
A custom podcast from Radio New Zealand
 
Interviews with Scholars of Literature about their New Books
 
Interviews with Economists about their New Books
 
More than 90 different ethnic groups are represented in Dunedin, and Dunedin Multi Ethnic Council exists to ensure we all have the same rights and responsibilities. Join rotating hosts Lux, Andrew and Chai and chat ladies and guests for helpful information, topical discussion and a celebration of diversity.
 
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Kilts and Kiwis
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Kilts and Kiwis – brought to you by the Dunedin Edinburgh Sister City Society.Members of the Society, and wider Scottish community, explore the connections between Dunedin, Edinburgh and Scotland, culminating in November’s St Andrews Day Celebrations in the Octagon.Chat, music, history and giveaways, proudly supported by Dunedin City Council Events and Community Development.That’s Kilts and Kiwis – Friday morning at 10am on Otago Access Radio and podcast from oar.org.nz.
 
Interviews with Biographers about their New Books
 
Interviews with Scholars of Global Affairs about their New Books
 
Interviews with Scholars of Media and Communications about their New Books
 
Interviews with Scholars of Popular Culture about their New Books
 
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Earthwise
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Every Earthwise programme features a discussion on conservation, environment or peace with justice. The interview might be with a local Cantabrian, with someone in a different part of the country, or a distinguished person from overseas.Broadcast on the first and third Monday evening at 9pm repeated the following Wednesday at 9:30am.The choice of topics varies considerably. Earthwise hopes that people who are especially interested in conservation will also find peace with justice issues inte ...
 
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Bluesology
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Come along for the ride as Tony Nielsen celebrates the music of blues legends such as Little Walter, Robert Johnson, BB King, Paul Butterfield, Muddy Waters, Freddie King, Taj Mahal, Howlin’ Wolf and many more – you get the picture?Proudly supported by The Good Oil Cafe
 
Take off your gardening gloves, put the kettle on and spend an hour or two immersed in the best of musical theatre from across the decades. Join Dunedin broadcasting legend Donald Saville-Cook for Musical Matinees For You – Sundays at 4, brought to you by Naturezone Health.https://www.naturezonehealth.com/
 
Each week Calder Prescott hosts My Kind of Jazz, a selection of his favourite Jazz numbers from 10am every Thursday, replayed Sundays from 1pm on OAR FM Dunedin.
 
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Jean and Tonic
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Join Jean Balchin as she dabbles in a little pop culture criticism, interview some cool and interesting locals, and roll out some old-school rockBrought to you by The Shot Dunedin .facebook.com/theshotdunedin/
 
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Namasthe Telugu
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Telugu is one of the sweetest languages spoken in the southern part of India – known as the Italian of the East due to its melodic nature. Listen to Telugu songs that are rich in music and meaning, and hear more about this beautiful place, on Namasthe Telugu with Sasi Bhushan.Thanks to the Office of Ethnic Communities Settling In Fund for its support of Otago Access Radio’s Connecting Cultures Zone.
 
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Hello Kerala
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Sabin and Smitha bring you soulful songs and news from the Kerala region of South India, known for its beaches, rivers, monsoon and Malayalam movies and music.Part of the Connecting Cultures Zone on Otago Access Radio.
 
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Vanakkam Tamizha
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Vanakkam Tamizha celebrates the richness of Tamil language and culture, and uniting Tamil communities in Dunedin and wider Otago region.
 
Join our Youth Zone Thursday team as they bring you the latest opportunities, interviews and music for the local audience
 
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Show 67 - Jimmy ReedBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy admin@oar.org.nz (Otago Access Radio).
 
Kim Hill reads emails and texts from listeners to the Saturday Morning programme.
 
Steve Braunias is an author, journalist, critic and publisher. He has served as the poetry editor for The Spinoff for four years, and is about to step aside from that role. Before doing so, he has published The Friday Poem, a collection of 100 poems by 61 poets - "some dead, some nearly dead, a number of complete nobodies, a number of well-know ...…
 
Back in 2013, Englishman Ben Branson came across a 17th-century book called The Art of Distillation and started playing around with a copper still in his kitchen. Two years later, he launched Seedlip. Ben tells Kim Hill that he once trained as a snowboard instructor in Wanaka and has a dog named 'Kiwi' (partly because he's a fan of the fruit).…
 
Mary Kisler is the senior curator, Mackelvie Collection, International Art, at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki. She has spent much of 2018 researching not one but two books on Frances Hodgkins, necessitating travel to Europe which included catching a Modigliani show at MUDEC in Milan and a show by environmental artist Mike Perry in Aberys ...…
 
Peter FitzSimons is Australia's best-selling non-fiction writer, and for the past 30 years has also been a journalist and columnist with the Sydney Morning Herald and the Sun Herald. He is the author of a number of highly successful books, including Kokoda, Ned Kelly and Gallipoli, as well as biographies of such notable Australians as Sir Dougl ...…
 
Tim Bale is a professor of politics at Queen Mary University of London. He will talk to Kim about a week of major developments in the long-running Brexit saga, including an ostensible backing of Theresa May's Brexit agreement with the European Union, divisions that remain within the Conservative Party, and how likely the agreement is to be pass ...…
 
Kerry-Anne Walsh was in the Canberra press gallery for 25 years, occupying senior posts in print, radio, and TV. She has now left reporting to write books and consult. Her latest book, Hoodwinked: How Pauline Hanson fooled a nation, looks at Hanson's colourful career - her time as an accidental local councilor, her emergence as a surprising nat ...…
 
Damian Skinner is an art historian, writer and former museum curator. He is interested in the history of cultural contact between Maori and Pakeha and the relationship between art and politics in Aotearoa New Zealand. His latest book is a profile of irascible émigré artist Theo Schoon, called Theo Schoon: A Biography. The book, says Skinner, sh ...…
 
Today we will be talking to Alicia Malone, the author of The Female Gaze: Essential Movies Made by Women (Mango Publishing Group, 2018). Malone is a film critic and host on Turner Classic Films who has compiled a list of 52 films directed by women, from the early days of Hollywood...
 
Paisley and Pipers - Jennifer Evans talks about Scottish town Paisley, its people, designs and weaving. Marion makes a brave first attempt at the bagpipes with Jeff Paterson from the Otago School of Piping.Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nz
 
A boy in Britain has been hit with demerit points before he even has a licence, for clocking a high speed on an electric scooter. Meanwhile an Auckland man has started a petition to make drivers sit a test when they renew their licence.
 
A woman who was attacked by a man in a road rage incident is asking why other drivers didn't answer her calls for help.
 
Palmerston North City Council has decide to no longer provide soap in public toilets. That's because the dispensers are often vandalised. Officials say there's very little risk of disease.
 
Shortland Street -The Musical opens tomorrow night in Auckland. It's an affectionate parody of the long-running soap opera, with iconic characters and storylines from the early years of the show.
 
What the Panelists Heather Roy and James Nokise want to talk about.
 
A study has found 62 percent of people listen to music while falling asleep and Ed Sheeran's love songs about doing drugs and sleeping with prostitutes are a favourite.
 
Students have launched a petition after being confused by the word "trivial" in a history exam. Some Year 13 students are worried they might fail the exam because they didn't know what it meant.
 
It seems Auckland Council will provide funding for future Santa Parades but it won't be through the event organisation of the council, ATEED.
 
Auckland primary school, Silverdale, has cancelled its prizegiving to move away from ranking students against each other. The Principal says studies show rewards undermine motivation.
 
Media were ushered out of a room during a meeting between Malaysia and New Zealand at the East Asia Summit after Malaysia's Prime Minister starting talking about the South China Sea.
 
A study has found 62 percent of people listen to music while falling asleep and Ed Sheeran's love songs about doing drugs and sleeping with prostitutes are a favourite. More than 500 artists were referenced in the research by the University of Sheffield. Only Bach outranked Ed Sheeran, though Mozart, Chopin and Coldpaly were all popular. We ask ...…
 
Media were ushered out of a room during a meeting between Malaysia and New Zelaand at the East Asia Summit after Malaysia's Prime Minister starting talking about the South China Sea. Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad appeared to warn Jacinda Ardern over China's actions in the South China Sea. Our Prime Minister has brushed off the comments but we ...…
 
Celine Dion has launched a new clothing line - it's a unisex Children's Clothing Line Called Celinununu.
 
We find the answers to any queries you can think up. Today Graeme's question about Sikh names, Anton's query about drones, and Shelly's one about her microbiome.
 
Pill millipedes are shorter and wider than other millipedes - living in the soil/leaf litter, they don't travel above or below it, but instead bulldoze through it with their robust bodies!
 
Pill millipedes are shorter and wider than other millipedes - living in the soil/leaf litter, they don't travel above or below it, but instead bulldoze through it with their robust bodies!
 
Michael Cooper has just launched his 27th annual wine guide today, and says trends in consumption are affecting local vineyards and exports
 
Michael Cooper has just launched his 27th annual wine guide today, and says trends in consumption are affecting local vineyards and exports
 
Through the magic of fermentation, cabbage and salt can be transformed into sauerkraut, which is great for our gut bacteria, says food writer Kelly Gibney. She shares her recipe and some other suggestions for things to make and give away as Christmas gifts.
 
Through the magic of fermentation, cabbage and salt can be transformed into sauerkraut, which is great for our gut bacteria, says food writer Kelly Gibney. She shares her recipe and some other suggestions for things to make and give away as Christmas gifts.
 
Richard reviews They Shall Not Grow Old and The Girl in the Spider's Web.
 
Richard reviews They Shall Not Grow Old and The Girl in the Spider's Web.
 
Make Way For Love - Marlon Williams.
 
Did you know New Zealand had an official international women's handball team? Neither did we! And as it turns out, they're heading to Japan for the 2018 Asian Championships in a couple of weeks time.
 
Did you know New Zealand had an official international women's handball team? Neither did we! And as it turns out, they're heading to Japan for the 2018 Asian Championships in a couple of weeks time.
 
Sam Moore is better known online as uglyīnk - he's a Christchurch-based artist and illustrator whose People of New Zealand drawings, which satirise familiar Kiwi "templates", are hugely popular online and on social media.
 
Sam Moore is better known online as uglyīnk - he's a Christchurch-based artist and illustrator whose People of New Zealand drawings, which satirise familiar Kiwi "templates", are hugely popular online and on social media.
 
The GO Club is a girls-only after-school group based in Paraparaumu and Paekakariki where primary school aged girls go to learn more about science, technology, engineering and maths subjects.
 
The GO Club is a girls-only after-school group based in Paraparaumu and Paekakariki where primary school aged girls go to learn more about science, technology, engineering and maths subjects.
 
In what's thought to be a first for New Zealand schools, Silverdale Primary will go without an end of year prize-giving.The school, north of Auckland, is dropping the awards ceremony because it doesn't align with its values.One expert believes this poses challenges with what to do with children who are high achievers.Child psychologist Sara Che ...…
 
Lime Scooters could soon be in Dunedin, while the situation in Auckland and Christchurch is being monitored to see if there are any issues to be ironed out. But not all are looking forward to the scooters being introduced.
 
Dunkin' Donuts changed its name to Dunkin'. Weight Watchers is now WW, Telecom swapped to Spark and Kentucky Fried Chicken is simply KFC. Why do companies change their names to meaningless words or letters?
 
It's been revealed a man named Trevor is the catalyst for Bunnings changing its policies on how to serve a snag at a charity sausage sizzle. He slipped on an opinion and though wasn't hurt, got panic attacks afterward.
 
What the Panelists Mark Knoff-Thomas and Jo McCarroll want to talk about.
 
A new survey looks at the bizarre questions people ask the internet. From 'Am I good in bed?' to 'Do people like me?' and 'What is the menaing of life?' many of the questions seem to be unanswerable.
 
Auckland's event agency won't be funding future Santa Parades, it will be through a council fund. Next week's parade will go ahead but at a loss for the second year in a row.
 
Kiwibank is closing its branch near Nelson, but locals have written a letter to the Government calling for intervention. It's one of many bank's moving branches out of small towns across the country.
 
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