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Welcome to the new home for Adam's rantings and ravings. This is the #1 Daily Downloaded Podcast in the World. GET IT ON as Adam shares his thoughts on current events, relationships, airport security, specialty pizzas, politics, and anything else he can complain about. Five days a week and completely uncensored, Adam welcomes a wide range of guests to join him in studio for in depth interviews and a front row seat to his unparalleled ranting. Let's not forget Bryan Bishop (Bald Bryan) on sou ...
 
During his career as a music journalist, Mr. Bonzai has conducted hundreds of interviews with leading musicians, record producers, and audio engineers. Today it is an engaging audio record of historic flavor, colorful and informal -- a sonic time machine, if you will. Here are some highlights from the podcast series: Ray Manzarek, Phil Ramone, Brian Wilson, k.d. lang, Geoff Emerick, Robbie Robertson, Leonard Cohen.
 
Award-winning Journalist, commentator, and humorist, Emil Guillermo gives his take on race, society, and politics from an Asian American perspective. A former NPR host, Emil's commentaries can be read at http://www.aaldef/org/blog His work has appeared on radio, TV, and print nationwide. His book "Amok:Essays from an Asian American perspective," won an American Book Award. Twitter: @emilamok
 
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.
 
GROOVE is the best way to describe MOUDY, since 2003 he has been radiating positive vibes and quality sounds for the people is his passion and the effect of his very existence. His fresh sounds and flawless mixing are infused by his experiences and personal evolution from having lived in over five countries across the world. Moudy's mission behind the decks is to alter the energy of the dance floor; don’t get hooked on one feeling, as his moods will swing you from a House state to Techno dan ...
 
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Risk-adverse Aussies are being told to avoid Auckland when the bubble opens - least they get trapped in a lockdown. The trans-Tasman bubble takes flight first thing on Monday morning. But travel writer Ben Groundwater told Heather du Plessis-Allan Auckland's at the bottom of his list of Kiwi destinations. He says with the supercity's history of sna…
 
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says worsening gang warfare is putting innocent people at risk and he warns the city cannot go down the track of "gangland America". His comments follow a dramatic shooting at a 5-star waterfront hotel yesterday, which police say was linked to an escalating dispute between the Head Hunters and Mongols gangs. A gun was fired…
 
Candace Owens sits down with Adam for a one-on-one conversation about becoming a powerful, yet controversial voice among social issues. The two also share their thoughts on what’s happened to the media in the United States. Later, Adam sits down with Tucker Carlson for a second one-on-one conversation in today’s pod. Topics include: people leaving …
 
The gang shootings of the last week suggest to me that we are creeping ever closer to the inevitable need to arm the police. I take no pleasure in saying that. It’s not something I want to see. But the facts are staring us in the face. In the last week we’ve had the Head Hunters headquarters in Auckland sprayed with bullets, an attempted bombing in…
 
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…
 
Larry Nash, Americas Director of Talent Attraction & Acquisition at EY, sits down with RAP this week to share all the details of EY’s TA strategy for 2021 and beyond. On top of conducting research for clients and helping them restructure recruiting in their organizations, EY is in the midst of reimagining its own talent management system & workplac…
 
This week on Inside the Headset we are featuring LSU's Director of Player Development, Eddie Kennison. Kennison discusses the importance of player development, shares the impact of social media in college football, and highlights the value of developing relationships with players and coaches. [1:35] Start of interview [2:05] Benefits of incorporati…
 
The Queen has been forced to step in and mediate a family squabble over who wears what to Prince Philip's funeral. With one close member of the royal family no longer officially part of the British military (Harry), and another caught up in scandal (Andrew) the topic of who was and was not going to wear their military uniform was causing tension. S…
 
The A-list of China's tech industry was summoned before the country's powerful regulators on Tuesday for a dressing down over antitrust behaviour, just days after Alibaba was hit with a record $2.8 billion fine for acting like a monopoly. The State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR), along with the Cyberspace Administration (CAC) and the S…
 
Home buyers appear to shrugged off the arrival of new loan to value ratio (LVR) rules as house prices soared again in March. Median house prices for residential property across New Zealand reached a record $826,300 in March this year. This figure from the latest monthly REINZ report was up 24.3 per cent from $665,000 during the same month last year…
 
Adam opens today’s live podcast from Zanies Comedy Club in Nashville recapping his flight from Los Angeles on Mark Geragos’ private jet. Then, Adam talks about running into comedian Bryan Callen and taking Sonny out of school to travel with him. Bryan, Gina, and Jason Whitlock join the show next and Jason gives his take on the black bachelor and ex…
 
Auckland's last video store has called it quits. The Video Shop in Meadowbank will close next month. The shop has been trading since 1983, and at its peak had five locations across Auckland. Owner Jan Silk told Heather du Plessis-Allan she has mixed feelings about the closure. "I realise that video has had it's day, but I have enjoyed it so much it…
 
Another one of New Zealand's most high-profile national sports captains is taking a break due to fatigue. Silver Ferns captain Ameliaranne Ekenasio will miss the start of the national netball premiership because she's exhausted. It comes after White Ferns skipper Sophie Devine sat out the second and third Twenty20 cricket internationals against Aus…
 
The Sensible Sentencing Trust is asking Corrections hard questions about the reported death of a prisoner who murdered a Dunedin teen. It's believed Venod Skantha died behind bars yesterday - the day his appeal was rejected against a 19-year sentence for murdering Amber-Rose Rush in 2018. Trust co-leader Darroch Ball says Corrections should have sy…
 
There is disappointment from officials over how long an MIQ worker with Covid-19 went without a test. Officials have admitted the Grand Millennium security guard also known as Case B, wasn't tested for six months. The person was supposed to be tested fortnightly. However, the security guard's employer, First Union, says the Health Ministry's system…
 
A fresh approach is needed if New Zealand is to become smokefree by 2025. Associate Health Minister Dr Ayesha Verrall has released new proposals to achieve the goal. They include scaling up initiatives such as mass media campaigns, and new policies to make smoked tobacco products less available, less addictive and less appealing. One of those polic…
 
This situation at the border has now got to the point where the government is frankly taking the piss. Not only is it repeatedly allowing basic errors to occur time and time again, like allowing security guards to go work for five months without a Covid test, but the Government is also, and more egregiously, withholding information from us . That i…
 
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…
 
This week we get back on track and chat with Christopher Di Bella from Google about working on the Chrome OS toolchain - including his newly finished concepts implementation. We talk a bit about the practicalities of bringing C++ 20 features to compilers, interoperating GCC and Clang and how to deal, portably, with std libraries that can’t be imple…
 
A special 7th Anniversary intro After 300 episodes, what stories to come mind when you hear the words 'Low Blows' #QueenVsCian on WWE 2K22, NXT wins the last Wednesday Night War, Undertaker's NFT & more Bad Mania takes, Fiend/Alexa, toilet promos & changing/cutting epic themes in the worst of the week Corporate Cian's epic WrestleMania review plus …
 
Air New Zealand is defending its move yesterday to weigh not just bags, but also passengers, at Auckland Airport. Air New Zealand chief safety officer David Morgan says the five yearly passenger, crew and luggage weight checks are a regulatory requirement. Morgan told Mike Hosking Auckland is first, but other routes will be checked over the coming …
 
A Government advisor says issues at vaccination centres need to be ironed out, as soon as possible. A Newstalk ZB investigation has found people who aren't yet eligible for Covid-19 vaccines are turning up to a South Auckland vaccination centre, and aren't being turned away. Dr Rawiri Jansen, a member of the Government's immunisation implementation…
 
The Christchurch mosque shooter's requested judicial review will not go ahead today. Brenton Tarrant had sought a judicial review, which Justice Geoffrey Venning was prepared to hear in the High Court at Auckland this morning. But Tarrant did not attend. Tarrant was representing himself. The hearing was conducted by telephone conference and was in …
 
A lobbying scandal swirling around former British Prime Minister David Cameron has deepened, with claims that a senior civil servant held down a part-time job with a now-bankrupt financial firm that was awarded lucrative government contracts. It is the latest in a growing tide of revelations about links between government ministers, civil servants …
 
Damien O'Connor has added another industry this Government has destroyed to its growing list. Live animal exports are done. While telling us it wouldn't hurt our GDP, and despite admitting it's worth hundreds of millions of dollars - he did concede there had been a bit of a "gold rush" of late. That’s spin for "the industry is growing". There is in…
 
The Government's being accused of blaming individuals for systemic problems with the MIQ system. Officials have admitted the Grand Millennium security guard - Case B - wasn't tested for six months, even though he was meant to be tested fortnightly. It's since emerged 450 other MIQ workers also aren't being tested within the required weekly or fortn…
 
The MIQ security guard at the centre of our latest border outbreak avoided two appointments for Covid vaccination and lied about being tested. The guard hadn't been tested since November last year and the authorities are now looking at whether he should face a penalty. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern told media he wasn't employed directly by the Gove…
 
National's proposing a new law to get more houses built - but leadership rumblings continue to dominate discussion. Leader Judith Collins has drafted a member's bill with three main planks. She says it would require urban councils to immediately zone more land for housing, and amend the RMA so councils can establish these city plans more rapidly. C…
 
The Reserve Bank has left the official cash rate on hold at 0.25 per cent and said it is still prepared to go lower if required. In a Monetary Policy Review today Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr said the global economic outlook had continued to improve since February. "However, economic uncertainty remains elevated and divergences in economic grow…
 
At the top of Part 2, Adam shows off a giant flask that was gifted to him. The guys also listen to a clip from a recent ‘Unprepared’ performance. Dawson then gives an update on his standup career, which leads to Adam reminiscing about the Loveline rating system. Later, Gina reads a news story about a police officer mistaking a gun for a taser, and …
 
At the top of the show, Adam tells Bryan and Gina about Dr. Drew’s black eye and ensuing paranoia. The guys then watch an interview with Adam’s grandma from ‘The Adam Carolla Project’, and look at some crazy cigarette ads from the past. From there, the guys take fan phone calls about Gina’s favorite spots in Joshua Tree, living next door to a sex o…
 
Netball New Zealand are responding to a petition calling on them to make it easier for boys in high school to play netball. They're launching a "male participation work group" to look into the issue, starting in June. The petition was started by Lauren Fox, as her netball-mad son can't play for his high school. Fox told Heather du Plessis-Allan tha…
 
In a significant step forward for Pacific Island rugby, Moana Pasifika and the Fijian Drua have been granted conditional licences to join a planned new professional competition next year, New Zealand Rugby announced today. The NZR board's decision to approve licences is a major step toward the two Pasifika teams joining NZR's existing five Sky Supe…
 
Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins has confirmed some people will be jumping the queue, and while he doesn't know the numbers, he believes it's a minority. Only border, MIQ and high-risk frontline workers and a select group of Counties Manukau residents are eligible for the jab still. But Newstalk ZB's Courtney Winter went to an Otara vaccina…
 
Border workers, frontline healthcare staff and their families are the priority group for the Covid-19 vaccine rollout in New Zealand. However, Newstalk ZB can reveal that people who aren't on the priority list and have no invitation to get vaccinated - have managed to line up to get the jab anyway. ZB reporter Courtney Winter went along to a vaccin…
 
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