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Off the Ball Saturday Panel
 
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Panel Up!
Weekly
 
Each week John Campbell & Mike Gorgone welcome a new panel to discuss the most exciting topics in pop culture
 
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RNZ: The Panel
Daily+
 
The Panel features a range of panellists from across the opinion spectrum, together with expert phone guests.
 
Podcast and Internet Radio Network
 
We're like a sports bar filled with Suns fans. You just have to bring your own beer. Hosts Greg Esposito, Dave King and Tim Tompkins take you on a weekly journey into the sometimes fun, sometimes painful and yet always entertaining world of Phoenix basketball. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/the-solar-panel-/support
 
Charles McFall, Paul Klotz, Chris Wisdom, and TV's Casey Stroz talk about the latest and greatest comic book culture news with humor, passion, and above all honesty. Be prepared to laugh, learn, and experience full frontal nerdity!
 
Off Panel is a weekly interview show where host David Harper welcomes guests from comics and beyond to talk the stories behind what they do.
 
Podcasts, radio shows, writing and more by Alex Fitch
 
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One Panel Later
Monthly+
 
Two librarians from opposing fandoms attempt to conquer the world of comics and manga.Why can’t comics and manga people get along? Librarians Angela Ocana and Kelly Quinn Chiu try to find common ground between Spider-Man readers and One Piece fans as they discuss comics, manga, anime, superhero movies and everything in between. Website: www.onepanellater.comTwitter: @onepanellater
 
Mondays 6pm pst/ 9pm est @ www.indyradio.org •Email: Marsvenspodcast@gmail.com•Voice mail: (662) 771-1306 “Men and Women Talk: the Mars/Venus Show” is a radio show with a panel of women and men talking about issues of the day. This program deals with a wide range of topics such as relationships, Dating being superficial, the workplace, Catfishing and much more.Each Monday @ 6pm pst/ 9pm est you can expect a panel of women and men to discuss these topics. The goal of this show is to show how ...
 
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Torch Snuffers
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Torch Snuffers is a weekly podcast featuring a panel of Survivor fans who've watched the show since it's inception and regularly play online versions of the hit CBS show. Our panel also includes Survivor: Cook Islands contestant Billy Garcia, who provides fantastic insight into the reality of being on the show. We regularly showcase Survivor alumni, who share their experiences on the show and their insight on the current season.
 
Jay Rayner hosts a culinary panel show packed full of tasty titbits that might change the way we think about food, cooking and eating. An expert panel answers audience questions.
 
Shaman Sister Sessions LIVE PANEL AND PODCAST WITH SHAMANS MICHELLE HAWK AND KATHERINE BIRD Welcome to Shaman Sister Sessions! We created this podcast to empower psychics, empaths, energy healers, Shamans and all those on the path of awakening. We offer a deep look into our personal and professional experiences as healers and Universal seekers, along with tools for navigating the expansion of human consciousness, cultivation of psychic and Shamanic gifts and living a fulfilled, uniquely expr ...
 
Just a Minute is a BBC Radio 4 radio comedy panel game chaired by Nicholas Parsons. Its first transmission on Radio 4 was on 22 December 1967, three months after the station's launch.The object of the game is for panellists to talk for sixty seconds on a given subject, "without hesitation, repetition or deviation". The comedy comes from attempts to keep within these rules and the banter among the participants. Throughout its five-decade history, the show has, in addition to its popularity in ...
 
ABC News' Sunday morning discussion program, featuring newsmaker interviews, panel discussions and debates on a wide range of global issues and commentary. Brought to you by George Stephanopoulos and the ABC News team.
 
The Museum of Curiosity, is a comedy panel game on BBC Radio 4 that was first broadcast on 20 February 2008. It is hosted by John Lloyd (Professor of Ignorance at the University of Buckingham, and later at Southampton Solent University). He acts as the head of the (fictional) titular museum, while a panel of three guests � typically a comedian, an author and an academic � each donate to the museum an �object� that fascinates them. The radio medium ensures that the suggested exhibits can be a ...
 
The News Quiz has been broadcast by BBC Radio 4 since 1977.Each week, four panelists appear on the show. They are usually either comedians or journalists, and sometimes politicians. The purpose of the show is to test contestants' knowledge of the events of the previous week by asking questions which are usually oblique references to those events.The host ends the discussion of each question with a summary of the events it refers to, usually with a comic punchline, before asking the next ques ...
 
David Mitchell hosts the BBC Radio 4 panel game in which four comedians are encouraged to tell lies and compete against one another to see how many items of truth they're able to smuggle past their opponents.The show was devised by Graeme Garden and Jon Naismith, the team behind Radio 4's I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue.The latest series, the 17th, was broadcast in Autumn 2016.
 
An innovative audio comedy panel game podcast from sketch team Pappy's, recorded in front of a live audience. These episodes are not topical so it's fun to listen to Flatslam anytime.
 
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Teleforum
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This series of podcasts features experts who analyze the latest developments in the legal and policy world. The podcasts are in the form of monologues, podcast debates or panel discussions and vary in length. The Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy issues; all expressions of opinion are those of the speakers. We hope these broadcasts, like all of our programming, will serve to stimulate discussion and further exchange regarding important current legal is ...
 
The News Quiz has been broadcast by BBC Radio 4 since 1977.Each week, four panelists appear on the show. They are usually either comedians or journalists, and sometimes politicians. The purpose of the show is to test contestants' knowledge of the events of the previous week by asking questions which are usually oblique references to those events.The host ends the discussion of each question with a summary of the events it refers to, usually with a comic punchline, before asking the next ques ...
 
Just a Minute is a BBC Radio 4 radio comedy panel game chaired by Nicholas Parsons. Its first transmission on Radio 4 was on 22 December 1967, three months after the station's launch.The object of the game is for panellists to talk for sixty seconds on a given subject, "without hesitation, repetition or deviation". The comedy comes from attempts to keep within these rules and the banter among the participants. Throughout its five-decade history, the show has, in addition to its popularity in ...
 
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The Extra Inch
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If The Fighting Cock appeals to your inner scumbag, The Extra Inch appeals to your inner scholar. We talk tactics, statistics and football history with a regular panel and variety of guests. We are Windy (@WindyCOYS), Nathan (@NathanAClark) and Bardi (@BardiTFC). Follow us on Twitter @TheExtraInch and subscribe via iTunes.
 
David Mitchell hosts the panel game in which four comedians are encouraged to tell lies and compete against one another to see how many items of truth they're able to smuggle past their opponents. Arthur Smith, Jack Dee, Lucy Porter and Lloyd Langford are the panellists obliged to talk with deliberate inaccuracy on subjects as varied as walking, NASA, soap operas and poets. Produced by Richard Turner A Random Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.
 
A weekly podcast from The Independent's football team covering the Premier League, the Champions League and everything else fans need to know.A rotating panel of guests including players, agents and coaches will join Sports Editor and host Ed Malyon, as well as others from the Independent football team.Recording every Monday, The Indy Football Podcast will bring you all the analysis and in-depth previews you need for the week ahead.
 
The award-winning, Washington, DC based television series is now a radio show and podcast! Host Ulysses Campbell has a panel of guests each week to discuss comics, science fiction, fantasy, horror and their related multimedia. Plus interviews and event coverage. It's a geek world and we're livin' in it!
 
The Museum of Curiosity, is a comedy panel game on BBC Radio 4 that was first broadcast on 20 February 2008. It is hosted by John Lloyd (Professor of Ignorance at the University of Buckingham, and later at Southampton Solent University). He acts as the head of the (fictional) titular museum, while a panel of three guests � typically a comedian, an author and an academic � each donate to the museum an �object� that fascinates them. The radio medium ensures that the suggested exhibits can be a ...
 
The AfterBuzz TV panel of Phil Svitek, JJ Jurgens, Hayley Clover and Juliet Vibert discuss every Gallagher story for each new episode. Join them as they deep dive the comedy and drama the Showtime's Shameless offers. Additionally, the team will bring you the latest news surrounding William H. Macy, Emmy Rossum and the rest of the cast. Plus from time to time, some of them join the panel and discuss the episodes with them and give behind the scenes details.
 
The News Quiz has been broadcast by BBC Radio 4 since 1977.Each week, four panelists appear on the show. They are usually either comedians or journalists, and sometimes politicians. The purpose of the show is to test contestants' knowledge of the events of the previous week by asking questions which are usually oblique references to those events.The host ends the discussion of each question with a summary of the events it refers to, usually with a comic punchline, before asking the next ques ...
 
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Collider Live
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The gloves are off in this balls to the wall show from the mind of Kristian Harloff that is an off-shoot of the Schmoes Know Live Show with an all new, Collider flair.Join Kristian and a rotating panel of guests and Collider personalities as they talk the latest in news from the world of movies, pop culture and literally everything else!
 
The News Quiz has been broadcast by BBC Radio 4 since 1977.Each week, four panelists appear on the show. They are usually either comedians or journalists, and sometimes politicians. The purpose of the show is to test contestants' knowledge of the events of the previous week by asking questions which are usually oblique references to those events.The host ends the discussion of each question with a summary of the events it refers to, usually with a comic punchline, before asking the next ques ...
 
From the creator of the multi-award winning Irishman Abroad podcast, comes a new series, a different kind of conversation, a one of a kind panel discussion about what men need to do to improve. Recorded live at venues such as London's Soho Theatre and The Other Palace Theatre, comedian and Irish podcasting pioneer Jarlath Regan presents his post-Weinstein discussion with rotating panel of well known guests and experts in the field of gender equality. Expect the best and brightest male and fe ...
 
Turns out children arrive with no manual. There's no coherent online tutorial.Between staying up to date with emerging technologies and balancing work and home life in an industry that often requires un-timeable bug fixes, on call schedules, and more, working parents are balancing a lot.Parents are also exploring additional technical issues like "screen time" or internet privacy, coming at these issues from a different perspective as technologists ourselves.We cover all of these topics and m ...
 
BBC Radio 4 spoof panel game first broadcast in 1998 as King Stupid presented by William Van Dyck (and allegedly cancelled for being too rude), then from 1998 to 2004 as The 99p Challenge presented by Sue Perkins. As in I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue, contestants are given silly things to do - but for prizes of just a few pennies; the winner then gambles their total for the grand prize of 99p - even if they have already won more than this! Simon Pegg, Peter Serafinowicz & Armando Iannucci were r ...
 
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The Guessing Game
Daily
 
Clive Anderson hosts the comedy panel show fancying itself as an intelligent quiz. It has a simple premise: panellists get points for funny guesses to implausible questions.Series 01Episode 01 � Rory Bremner, Tom Allen and Alex HorneEpisode 02 � Phill Jupitus, Zoe Lyons and Christopher BrookmyreEpisode 03 � Susan Calman, Alun Cochrane and Emily DeanEpisode 04 � Imran Yusuf, Des Clarke and Keith FarnanEpisode 05 � Jo Caulfield, Josh Widdicombe and Raymond MearnsEpisode 06 � Phil Nichol, Paul ...
 
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CureTalks
Monthly
 
CureTalks features leading medical experts in conversation with a panel of patients/advocates about latest research and treatments under development.
 
It's Not What You Know is a BBC Radio 4 comedy panel show created in 2012 and originally hosted by Miles Jupp. From series four in 2016, it's hosted by Joe Lycett. The show features three celebrity contestants who have to answer questions based on the knowledge of their designated people that they know personally, such as friends or relatives. Points are scored for how accurately the contestant predicts their counterpart.Much hilarity ensues.The latest series, the 5th, was broadcast in Sprin ...
 
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Collider Live
Weekly+
 
The gloves are off in this balls to the wall show from the mind of Kristian Harloff that is an off-shoot of the Schmoes Know Live Show with an all new, Collider flair.Join Kristian and a rotating panel of guests and Collider personalities as they talk the latest in news from the world of movies, pop culture and literally everything else!
 
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This Week In Voice
Monthly+
 
Each week's most relevant and interesting news stories in voice technology, discussed by a panel of experts. Hosted by Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) and part of the VoiceFirst.FM podcast network.
 
It's Not What You Know is a BBC Radio 4 comedy panel show created in 2012 and originally hosted by Miles Jupp. From series four in 2016, it's hosted by Joe Lycett. The show features three celebrity contestants who have to answer questions based on the knowledge of their designated people that they know personally, such as friends or relatives. Points are scored for how accurately the contestant predicts their counterpart.Much hilarity ensues.The latest series, the 5th, was broadcast in Sprin ...
 
An online panel to discuss Agile, DevOps and Continuous Delivery. Each episode focuses on a different topic related to your software delivery pipeline, and features different speakers from the DevOps community who get together for a lively, casual, video chat, to share their expertise, best practices, and to learn from peers.
 
It's Not What You Know is a BBC Radio 4 comedy panel show created in 2012 and originally hosted by Miles Jupp. From series four in 2016, it's hosted by Joe Lycett. The show features three celebrity contestants who have to answer questions based on the knowledge of their designated people that they know personally, such as friends or relatives. Points are scored for how accurately the contestant predicts their counterpart.Much hilarity ensues.The latest series, the 5th, was broadcast in Sprin ...
 
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The List Game
Monthly+
 
A diverse panel of nerdiacs engages in a conversational improve game. Each episode begins with a topic question that puts our eccentric cast in a hypothetical situation. They have each drawn a List of topics and/or phrases from a hat that they try to fit into the conversation.
 
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The Briefing Room
Monthly+
 
David Aaronovitch and a panel of experts and insiders present in-depth explainers on big issues in the news
 
Ireland's most popular weekend radio programme
 
The Discover the Word radio program has its roots in the Radio Bible Class Daily program that began in 1980. In addition to classic messages from RBC Ministries founder Dr. M. R. DeHaan, a panel of RBC staff members and guests assembled from time to time to discuss important topics. These Friday panel discussions became quite popular, and a few years later the program went exclusively to the topical discussion format with Herb Vander Lugt, Jim Pittman, Ron Chadwick, and Mart DeHaan as the re ...
 
Learn simple tools and techniques to achieve the basic ingredient on how to attract what you like in your life. I know a lot of people have learned affirmations to achieve their goal and sure enough, they get it but not everyone has that WILLPOWER to CONSISTENTLY maintain the energy to achieve it. The basic ingredient is your ENERGY CONDITION! Understanding how to change the condition of various energy centers may affect all areas of your life. Once you learn how to apply these teachings, it ...
 
Every month Sara and a rotating panel of guests discuss movies, queer culture, and so much more.
 
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Insurance Tomorrow
Monthly
 
Nick Hewer and an expert panel discuss major global business trends, their impacts on the insurance industry and the challenges they pose to insurance brokers. At a time when business and technology are constantly changing, which fundamental worldwide shifts will have the greatest impact on businesses, and entire industries? What risks do we need to mitigate against, and which changes offer the most exciting opportunities? A podcast series by Allianz Insurance. Want to find out more about (B ...
 
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Some people say they want to believe in God, but they cant see Him working in their lives or in the world around them. Well, today on Discover the Word, the team helps us to open our eyes, so we can respond to Jesuss invitation to come and see. Dont miss Discover the Wordtoday!
 
Two documentaries have been released about 2017's disastrous Fyre Festival. A GoFundMe page has been set up to help one of the local Bahamian workers who were left out of pocket after the event.
 
The US Presidential election isn't until 2020 but Democratic candidates have already started to declare their intentions.
 
'Overtourism' is a serious issue around the world. It's the idea that we might have reached "peak tourism" because our incredible destination can't handle the crowds.
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has spent her first day at the World Economic Forum in Davos speaking passionately about climate change alongside naturalist Sir David Attenborough and former US vice President Al Gore.
 
Question of the Day: What is OK to take from work, and what is stealing?
 
Stealing is illegal, but what if you're not sure if it IS stealing? The workplace can be difficult, is taking a pen home a fire-able offence?
 
Sales of poetry is soaring. The Guardian attributes the popularity of poetry to a rise in passion for politics, especially among teenagers and millennials. Sales hit an all-time high in the UK last year.
 
Former National MP Jami-Lee Ross has spoken out about his ordeal last year in a Facebook page entitled "Leaving bitterness and hatred behind".
 
Wellington is the most expensive in the country to rent, Trade Me says. Rents are up 5.8 percent to an all time high of a median $565. Auckland remains high and the National median has also risen.
 
Topics - Stealing is illegal, but what if you're not sure if it IS stealing? The workplace can be difficult, is taking a pen home a fireable offence? In a Stuff opinion piece, a lawyer recounts the case of a worker who thought her could take home leftover booze. He was sacked but then reinstated by an employment relations commision. We ask the ...…
 
Topics - Wellington is the most expensive in the country to rent, Trade Me says. Rents are up 5.8 percent to an all time high of a median $565. Auckland remains high and the National median has also risen. We talk to Kate Day from Renters United about what this means for renters, particularly students. Former National MP Jami-Lee Ross has spoke ...…
 
Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.
 
Question of the Day: What is OK to take from work, and what is stealing?
 
The Supreme Court will hear reargument in Knick v. Township of Scott, Pennsylvania on January 16, 2019, to decide whether a property owner can bring a regulatory takings claim in federal court. Since the 1985 Williamson County v. Hamilton Bank decision, property owners have been able to file claims against local government for takings only in s ...…
 
This Teleforum will provide an overview of criminal and civil enforcement provisions of environmental laws pertaining to water, air, soil, and hazardous materials. It will include a discussion of the factors that the government considers in deciding whether to pursue a criminal or civil case, and the prospects for enforcement and alternative re ...…
 
Jesus called His disciples with this simple phrase, Come, follow me. And He extends that same invitation to us. Today on Discover the Word,we discuss the personal element in Jesuss invitation and explore what it means for us to follow Him today. Another fascinating conversation, today on Discover the Word!…
 
It's episode 60 of Collider Live and (most) of the gang is all here to discuss the 2018 Oscar Nominations. What movies and nominations surprised you? What didn't? And what the hell happened to the nomination for Won't You Be My Neighbor? The crew will look at all the nominations and snubs and discuss on the show as only they know how. Special g ...…
 
It's episode 60 of Collider Live and (most) of the gang is all here to discuss the 2018 Oscar Nominations. What movies and nominations surprised you? What didn't? And what the hell happened to the nomination for Won't You Be My Neighbor? The crew will look at all the nominations and snubs and discuss on the show as only they know how. Special g ...…
 
The Washington Post has published a piece on the four-day working week, which a New Zealand company also trialled. Companies discussed the benefits and pitfalls of the experiment.
 
Justice Minister Andrew Little's told the United Nations that New Zealand's incarceration rate is one of the highest in the world and had risen in recent years. He says our justice system is "broken".
 
Music reviewer Simon Sweetman recounts his attendance at Conversations with Nick Cave: An Evening of Talk & Music and we ask whether audience Q and A sessions are really worthwhile or not.
 
Question of the Day: What New Zealand attraction underwhelmed you?
 
Auckland Eden Park is in serious financial strife and there are ongoing issues with infrastructure. They can't pay back loans and aren't actually hosting many events anymore. It's an iconic sporting site, should we give up on it yet?
 
Children's birthday parties can be expensive for parents but there's now a trend to help alleviate the costs: guests bring their own five dollar note. 'Fiver parties' are a new hit, attendees bring a fiver in lieu of a gift.
 
The Government won't back a call to make it compulsory for all employers to make KiwiSaver contributions to over 65s. As it strands under law currently, it's up to individual employers whether or not they keep putting money in.
 
Question of the Day; Suffering though audience Q & A's; Our justice system is 'broken'; Four-day work week isn't actually working.
 
Over 65s miss out on employer KiwiSaver contributions; Come to our kids' party, bring cash; What to do about Eden Park.
 
What New Zealand attraction underwhelmed you? Plus Story of the Day - two Scottish kids are sailing a toy pirate ship around the world and tracking it along the way.
 
Your feedback, and what the panelists Cindy Mitchener and Peter Fa'afiu have been thinking about.
 
"Just A Minute 7406" from archive.org was assembled into the "Just A Minute Series 70-81" podcast by Fourble.Episode 38 of 83.
 
Another Fine Podcast From the Giant Size Team Up Network GSTU Merch! Buy our Merch! Get all the Mugs! T-Shirts! Stickers! Get the Shirts!!!!!!! Week: 1-21-2019 Hosts: Charles "Rock God of Podcasting" McFall, Paul "Soapbox" Klotz Speakpipe: Click Link on the Right edge of our Website Email: btp@giantsizeteamup.com Patreon.com/breakingthepanel Bi ...…
 
In this episode, in front of a packed Other Palace Theatre in London, Jarlath is joined by writer and comedian Felicity Ward, rapper RoxXxan and comedian Eleanor Tiernan to talk about misogyny in rap music, it's effects on women and the wider social context of such content in the music industry.In this incredibly eye opening conversation, the p ...…
 
Ed Malyon is joined by the returning Jack Pitt-Brooke this week, as well as Luke Brown who took in Arsenal's win over Chelsea. The guys discuss Spurs' last-gasp win over Fulham, what it means for Pochettino's future and Tottenham's transfer policy. Plus, a ton of talk up and down the league and throwing things ahead to the FA Cup next weekend.…
 
Following Christ starts with answering His call. What could He be calling you to do? Today on Discover the Word, welook at what it means to be called, how Jesus called the first disciples and what the implications are for our lives today. Join us for the start of a new series titled, Calling To and From,today on Discover the Word!…
 
In this week's episode of Off Panel, writer Mike Carey joins the show to talk about his changing comics workload and his latest series, The Highest House. Carey discusses what he's been doing in recent years, his X-Men run, how The Unwritten came to be, collaborating with artist Peter Gross, The Highest House's development, the politics and myt ...…
 
Winter hiatus is over, and the Gallagher’s are back in full force! Fiona is stuck in a downward spiral, Debbie is stuck paying the family bills, and Frank might be a… Dad?! Join hosts Hayley Clover and Juliet Vibert as they break down the episode and share some fun William H Macy news! Oscar-nominated actor William H. Macy stars as Frank Gallag ...…
 
- New nicknames for Mikal Bridges - The NAZ Suns becoming the Rodeo Clowns - Is the NBA biased against the Suns & therefore not giving them calls? - Is Devin Booker the next Carmelo Anthony? - Should the Suns insert Oubre into the starting lineup? And if so, who should he replace? Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/the-solar-p ...…
 
- New nicknames for Mikal Bridges - The NAZ Suns becoming the Rodeo Clowns - Is the NBA biased against the Suns & therefore not giving them calls? - Is Devin Booker the next Carmelo Anthony? - Should the Suns insert Oubre into the starting lineup? And if so, who should he replace? Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/the-solar-p ...…
 
There's concern an interview with one of the alleged ringleaders of the Roast Busters group could re-traumatise those involved. Newshub has announced it's going to air a TV interview with Joseph Parker about his side of the story.
 
A video has gone viral of students in "Make America Great Again" hats mocking a Native American Vietnam veteran at a march in the US. Nathan Phillips was playing a drum and singing while the Kentucky students jeered at him.
 
It was reported last week that there is a shortage of people to plant trees for the Government's one billion trees plan. The pay rates sounded good - up to $400 a day, but only if you worked at an incredible pace without breaks.
 
It's been revealed TVNZ CEO Kevin Kenrick will take home $1.4 million dollars this year because of a big bonus and higher holiday pay.
 
Cassette tapes are apparently making a comeback, with tapes still being made and musicians releasing music on the outdated format. It's only making a few bucks in New Zealand so far.
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has been named as a highlight among people like David Attenborough, Shinzo Abe, Prince William, and Angela Merkel for the World Economic Forum in Davos next week.
 
The Annual Demographia International Housing Affordability has been released and New Zealand continues to be one of the most unaffordable countries in the world to buy a house.
 
Topics - It's been revealed TVNZ CEO Kevin Kenrick will take home $1.4 million dollars this year because of a big bonus and higher holiday pay. The boost has been criticised by the journalists' union. The panelists debate whether this pay is justified. A video has gone viral of students in "Make America Great Again" hats mocking a Native Americ ...…
 
Topics - The Annual Demographia International Housing Affordability has been released and New Zealand conitnues to be one of the most unaffordable countries in the world to buy a house, with the median price more than six times the median annual household income. We ask Leroy Beckett from Generation Zero what this means for younger people hopin ...…
 
Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel. Story of the day today is about Michelle Obama's new book, which has become a huge hit.
 
What the Panelists Mike Williams and Michelle Boag have been thinking about.
 
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