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The audio companion to Bloomberg Opinion’s beloved Money Stuff column hosted by its author Matt Levine, “whose deadpan style mixes technical elucidation and wit” (NY Times). Once a week, Matt and his friend, Bloomberg News reporter and TV host Katie Greifeld, talk about Wall Street, finance and…other stuff. New episodes every Friday.
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Tova

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Tova O’Brien hosts Stuff’s political podcast holding the powerful to account and putting the concerns of real people front and centre. With regular guests Andrea Vance, picking the winners and losers of the week in Snakes and Leaders, and Luke Malpass, calling key moments for the coming week in Beehive Buzz. You can read analysis supporting this podcast on stuff.co.nz. Need more great podcasts? Check out Stuff's full catalogue here. GET IN TOUCH Email tova@stuff.co.nz. CREDITS Host and produ ...
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A 12-part documentary podcast about the notorious free-love commune, Centrepoint. There are crimes. But this isn’t a whodunnit. It’s a whydunnit. Podcasts like this one take a lot of time and resources to create. To help cover some of that cost, you will hear some ads during this episode. For an ad-free experience go to listen.stuff.co.nz/truecrime to get access to this and three other Stuff True Crime podcasts ad-free, for about the price of a cup of coffee… and you’ll be helping us make mo ...
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Newsable is all about what everyone’s talking about. Highbrow, lowbrow, exclusives, analysis and hot takes - it’s a fresh way to get up to speed on the day’s big stories, delivered in a uniquely Stuff way. Follow us on Instagram and TikTok Need more kick-ass podcasts in your ears? Find more Stuff podcasts here GET IN TOUCH Feedback? Got a topic you’d like us to cover? We’re listening! Email us at newsable@stuff.co.nz Host: Imogen Wells Newsreader: Tom McKenzie Senior Producer: Philippa Tolle ...
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Kiwi Yarns

Stuff | Brodie Kane Media

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Welcome to Kiwi Yarns - those yarns you have where you sit down, put the kettle on, pour a whiskey or crack open a beer I honestly don‘t mind. Anyway! We‘re sitting down and we’re yarning to some great New Zealanders, their back stories, their front stories, even stories where they went sideways, we will go there. It’s a place where we celebrate the great people of this glorious nation.
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This is the story of a mass-murder that divided a nation - a story that began in a rickety old home on a cold June morning in 1994, where five members of a seemingly ordinary New Zealand family were gunned down. There were two suspects. One lay dead from a single bullet to the head. The other was the only survivor: David Bain. Since then the country has asked: who killed the Bain family? David or his father Robin? In this podcast, Martin van Beynen explores the case from start to finish, pic ...
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In May 2017, 49-year-old builder Michael McGrath disappeared, almost without trace. No crime scene was ever found. No weapon was ever found. No body was ever found. So how could his longtime friend be arrested and charged with murder? In February 2023, the trial of David Charles Benbow finally began. Benbow stood accused of murdering McGrath because he’d started a relationship with Benbow’s former partner, Joanna Green. The prosecution said that, while based entirely on circumstantial eviden ...
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From the makers of Black Hands comes an intriguing story of murder, shady pasts and unanswered questions. On a rainy April Sunday, 22 years ago, scrap metal dealer John Reynolds went to work for a few hours. He never came home.
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Every Friday, James Croot and guests run the rule over the latest releases for screens big and small. They'll help cut through the clutter and find you some stuff to watch - at home and at the movies.
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Josie's Lonely Hearts Club

Good Story Guild, Maximilian Clark, Rachel Music

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Josie’s Lonely Hearts Club is a semi-scripted audio drama set in the studio of New Mexico’s 3rd-best romantic advice call-in show. On-air, listeners eavesdrop as Josie squares off against top improvisers and is only occasionally helped by her puckish engineer Frank. Off-air, witness her journey from melancholy Joanne Holtzinger to nationally syndicated sensation Josie Heller. What results is an often hilarious and surprisingly human show exploring the risks we idiots take every time we fall ...
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True Story

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From the makers of Stuff’s smash hit The Commune, comes a new current affairs podcast series. Each episode, Eugene Bingham and Adam Dudding take their microphones on the road to bring you a true New Zealand story: sometimes quirky, sometimes serious – always surprising.
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On February 22, 2011, a devastating earthquake shook Christchurch, killing 185 people. One hundred and fifteen of those people were in the CTV building. The building should never have been built.
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There’s no right or wrong way to come out. It’s uncharted terrain for everyone who breaks the news to their whānau, friends and world at large. In Full Disclosure, brave and brilliant Kiwis share their coming out stories with Karen O’Leary. They divulge all sorts of very personal insights, from the deep to the dark and the downright funny. Everyone is welcome, even straight people - this podcast is the very definition of inclusive - because, hey, who doesn’t love a good coming out story? Hos ...
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Former professional rugby player John Daniell and journalist Glenn McConnell travel New Zealand trying to find the rulebook for how to be a man in 2021. Along the way they meet everyone from an All Black to a Tinder-profile guru, from a non-binary father to an historian of Kiwi bloke-ness. It’s a wild ride.
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On June 16, 1971, a radical group of Pasifika and Māori men and women confronted state-sanctioned racism to form the Polynesian Panther Party. Like their seafaring ancestors before them, the Polynesian Panthers guided their people to a new horizon – but instead of stormy seas, they navigated a red-blooded nation raging with rugby, racism and beer. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
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Listen to the very best of the 2022 Sunday Star Times Short Story Competition in Stuff’s new podcast. Each episode contains a winning entry or judges’ choice - and insights from its author. The perfect way to relax this summer without getting sand in your book.
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The Lake

Stuff Audio and Popsock Media

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For more than five years, New Zealand investigative journalist Aaron Smale has been digging into the injustices - and crimes - of the state welfare system of Aotearoa New Zealand. Of all the unbelievable stories he has investigated, none is more shocking than what happened to children and adolescents at Lake Alice Psychiatric Hospital in the 1970s under the supervision of head psychiatrist Selwyn Leeks. This podcast contains descriptions of physical, sexual and psychological abuse perpetrate ...
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Olivia Shivas, Rebecca Dubber and guests tackle the big questions about life with a disability. Sex, religion, mobility carparks - and how to fend off outrageous questions. Made with the support of NZ On Air.
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This is the age of the "superfad". Products, ideas and habits that surge into our collective conscience - and frequently burn out just as fast. In this new podcast from Stuff, two of our millennial reporters dive into the crazes. Laura Walters and Katie Kenny have spent a week in a waist trainer, crammed into a tiny house and vegged out on the couch for hours of binge watching to deliver Superfad. Each episode combines lively insights and revealing personal stories from well-known New Zealan ...
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The Good Sex Project

Stuff Audio and Popsock Media

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Sexual intimacy and romantic relationships are a huge part of most people's lives, and yet when it comes to practical guidance on how to navigate either, we're given very little to go on. Enter... The Good Sex Project. A podcast about good sex, good relationships - and how to have them. This enlightening podcast series is hosted by Melody Thomas, the brilliant creator and host of award-winning sexuality podcast BANG! Using intimate interviews with New Zealanders from all ages and backgrounds ...
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The District

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The District is a seven-part podcast from the Stuff Circuit investigative team. It’s a story about injustice, but mostly it’s a story about people. People who are trying to get on with their lives, but can’t. It centres on an infamous unsolved murder case, in a rural district of New Zealand: examining the colourful characters involved and their unending search for justice, the kicks in the guts, the suspicions, and the fresh clues - could they hold the answer to New Zealand’s most notorious ...
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Matacast

Matador Records

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This is the official video (and sometimes audio) podcast of stuff from the Matador Records label. Upcoming we a film about Jay Reatard, videos from Yo La Tengo and some more stuff for the Fall.
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Semi-late night community radio broadcasts from a strange little town in the Crowsnest Pass, Alberta (aka, not just the middle of nowhere, but nowhere itself). Nothing ever happens here. Certainly nothing weird. Why would you even suggest that? Listen close. Don't wander off. It's a long way to get where you're going. Especially out here.
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The Human Race

Stuff Audio and Wabi Sabi Media Group

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Making a baby isn't necessarily easy. One in four people in Aotearoa-New Zealand experience infertility - and half of those need medical help to get pregnant. Then there are people challenged by circumstances rather than health concerns - singles, members of Rainbow communities ... But it’s still a subject many have trouble talking about. In The Human Race, Dan and Nadine Higgins meet Kiwis who’ve spent years trying to make a tiny human before it’s too late. After experiencing a long fertili ...
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A Spotify Original Video Exclusive Podcast (presented by NBC) Starring Kagga Jayson (known as Jayson K). The Upside Down Podcast by Jayson K is a podcast produced by Spotify Studios and Directed by the KJJ Network and Jayson K who is the creator. This Podcast is the most famous Ugandan Podcast in the World according to Forbes and is Number one on the Category of Spotify Studios Available with audio on Platforms like Pandora, Spotify, Google Podcasts and iHeartRadio. Follow Us on Instagram/X ...
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Terrible Wrestling Takes, because if I said they were good takes, well....you know....the internet. Here to tell it how I see things. Give my opinion and hopefully some clarity to how wrestling is viewed today. i judge the landscape of Wrestling based on what is on TV, not who I think did what and why. Dropping Reviews and #AskBishop Eps at leisure!! So follow and Stay Tuned!! twtakespodcast.com pick your audio and video platform!! like, subscribe, rate, review all that same stuff you hear e ...
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The Table is an Episcopal church in Indianapolis seeking to encounter, embody, and extend the presence of Christ. This feed is audio resources for our church, mostly sermons from our worship gatherings, but other stuff, too. Go to http://thetableindy.org for more info.
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We talk about fishing, hunting, steaks, guns, whiskey, sports, trucks, man caves, big TVs, and tits! You know MAN CRAP DUDE DUNG GUY GUANO!Ladies y'all need to listen too! You might learn something about men! Check us out on Facebook or YouTube at The Man Crap Podcast.
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Hosted by the OG Squiz team, Kate Watson and Claire Kimball, News Club is the place to go for conversations about the news. Our News Club podcast is out each Tuesday. It's dedicated to one news topic, sort of like a book club for news. We do the heavy lifting with our Club Picks on what to read/watch/listen to and get your thoughts on the topic. And on Saturday, The Weekly Wrap drops. It is like the weekend newspaper in audio form. We take you through the big news stories from the week that ...
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The Two Matts

The New European

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Join The New European's Matt Kelly and Matt d'Ancona plus occasional guests for weekly chat on politics and media with a side of cultural stuff. A podcast in the spirit of the award-winning New European newspaper - irreverent, witty, surprising, argumentative ... and annoying all the right people. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Support News Club by signing up to our newsletter and following us on Instagram. If you have 2 minutes, we'd love if you could complete our survey Last week, several major news stories highlighted the tension between governments wanting to host big sports events and the substantial cost to taxpayers. Cue plenty of opinions and analyses about whethe…
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How Farage sucks the oxygen out of the political debate and the media fall for it every time PLUS what would life be like of the Tories get as badly wiped out as polls suggest and as a special treat for listeners, Matt D delivers Donald Trump’s Fathers Day message in full. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Green Party co-leader Marama Davidson is urging others to get their breasts checked after revealing she’s been diagnosed with breast cancer. We talk to Ah-Leen Rayner from the Breast Cancer Foundation. Guns laws, including the gun register, are to be reformed. What do gun owners want to happen? AI is working out what dogs' barks mean. And North Dak…
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The state of Missouri has set a date for the execution of Marcellus Williams -- despite emerging evidence overwhelmingly indicating his innocence (and the prosecutor who wants to reverse the conviction). A Baby Reindeer update. Banana giant Chiquita is once again in court -- this time for funding the far-right paramilitary/terrorist organization AU…
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Today’s guest is a man by the name of Dario Nustrini, who's just published a book called Nothing Significant to Report: The Misadventures of a Kiwi Soldier. I thought it would be great to compare Army notes with him! Dario joined after high school, where he describes himself as a young man who had been on a steady diet of spliffs, Speights and the …
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In this Sunday's Q&A, The Two Matts are asked whether a Labour 'super majority' is good or bad drawing on historical results to try and predict the impact of a huge majority. They also dive into the unique structure of The Reform party and its implications, and are challenged on what they went without in their childhood. Subscribe to The New Europe…
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Hosted by the OG team of Claire Kimball and Kate Watson, it's all about helping you stay on top of the news + we give you some talking points for the week ahead. Support News Club by signing up for our newsletter and following us on Instagram. LINKS The most clicked link in Squiz Today was on the UK's bamboo crisis Claire recommends Roger Federer's…
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Global civilization depends on the power of flight. Yet over the past few decades, planes seem to keep disappearing or meeting with disaster. In tonight's episode, the guys give a 2024 update on missing planes, as well as the theories surrounding what went wrong. They don't want you to read our book.: https://static.macmillan.com/static/fib/stuff-y…
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Joanne* was convicted of inciting her husband's suicide after she encouraged him to harm himself in text messages. This story reveals how a government department broke the couple and helped to tip a desperate father over the edge. Need more great podcasts? Check out Stuff's full catalogue here. GET IN TOUCH Feedback? We’re listening! Email us at th…
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This week Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto talk about life rhythms and AI, AGAIN. What We’re Working On Jimmy Diresta Finishing up a graveyard house video David Picciuto Had an A-HA moment about the bench project Bob Clagett Camped, prepping for travel, worked on the Ghia Links: What we’re watching: David Pick of the Week: Patreon CEO …
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After an opening half dissecting the latest election news, the Matts hook up with Dylan Jones, editor of the Evening Standard and ex-editor of GQ in the UK whose new memoir These Foolish Things is out now - an extraordinary trip through modern British culture taking in some of the biggest names in pop, rock, media and art. And it’s a very personal …
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Just how much influence is the Chinese government trying to exert in New Zealand? Stuff's investigative journalist Paula Penfold talks about her new documentary, The Long Game, and the years it took to get made. Tesla has a problem in the US with over production and the car parks full of excess vehicles are so big they can be seen from space. We he…
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Brett the Hitman shares a bizarre story about Ticketmaster, Taylor Swift and Paris. Tree Forts shares the mystery of TwinRay in Ashland, Oregon. Chickenado explores the stuff Big Chicken doesn't want you to know. Plus: Is a Big Mac technically lasagna? All this and more in this week's listener mail segment. They don't want you to read our book.: ht…
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No one knows exactly how much fraud costs New Zealand each year, but it runs into the billions. Yet significantly fewer people are being convicted than two decades ago. Why? And is the system - an alphabet soup of agencies with a range of responsibilities - fit for purpose? In a specially extended investigation, victims share stories of devastating…
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We’re only just a couple of weeks in, but this year’s season of winter ills seems to have hit us full on. We talk to the Medical Director of New Zealand’s Royal College of GPs, Dr Luke Bradford . The appeal by Scott Watson against his conviction for the Sounds killing of Ben Smart and Olivia Hope is coming to an end. We look back over what's happen…
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Reality is philosophically terrifying. What is it, exactly? Where does it come from? Why are we, humans and everyone else, stuck within this thing no one seems to understand? In this special episode, Matt and the one they call Ben wrestle with the nature of existence in the face of new, so-called "virtual environments." They don't want you to read …
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The father of a 10-month-old baby from Te Kūiti has admitted he may be responsible for some of the injuries his son suffered on the day he died, but says it was not intentional. Stuff's senior journalist, Sam Sherwood, has ben speaking to the child's father and shares what he's been told with Newsable.…
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Could huhu grubs be the answer to future proofing New Zealand’s food sources? We speak to Dominic Agyei, a senior lecturer in food science at Otago University. What does New Zealand hope to get out of a high-level meeting in Wellington with China’s Premier, Li Qiang? Plus, the government wants to nearly double the country’s solar power. But where w…
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The nation of China recently made international news by successfully completing an unmanned landing on the far side of Earth’s moon, marking a pivotal point in the resurgent space race. So why do some observers believe there’s more to the story? They don't want you to read our book.: https://static.macmillan.com/static/fib/stuff-you-should-read/ Se…
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Police are offering an $80,000 reward for information leading to the location and safe return of missing children Jayda, Maverick and Ember Phillips. At a media standup, Acting Detective Inspector Andrew Saunders from Waikato police said there would be more officers around Marokopa where the children are believed to be with their father, Tom Philli…
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501 deportations are set to resume in full swing, but did the so-called softening of the policy ever reduce the wave? New Zealand prides itself on the goods it exports, but why are doubts being cast on our ability to pump it up? We speak to the Executive Director of the NZ International Business Forum, Stephen Jacobi. Forget those worries about day…
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The Matts explore the depths of Sunak’s catastrophic decision to bail from D-Day, trying to understand what might have possessed him… and they question if the gift he’s handed Nigel Farage could have possibly come at a worse time, coinciding as it does with Europe’s far-right gaining collective momentum. On a more hopeful note, they agree Lib-Dem l…
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Atlanta's water disaster prompts a conversation about the conspiracies that led to it and the larger threat of crumbling infrastructure across the US. Google's AI search is pretty terrible. One company may be to blame for America's soaring rent prices. All this and more in this week's strange news segment. They don't want you to read our book.: htt…
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This week Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto talk about rules for the shop. What We’re Working On Jimmy Diresta Finished up the Johnny Walker cart, it’s gone David Picciuto Making a keyboard stand Bob Clagett Prepping for summer What we’re watching: David Pick of the Week: Brian Hendricks Jimmy’s Pick of the Week: DiesInEveryFilm Bob’s P…
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He's already served 25 years for murdering Olivia Hope and Ben Smart in the Marlborough Sounds; today, the Court of Appeal will begin hearing Scott Watson's latest bid to prove his innocence. Mike White, who's investigated the case since the start, explains how Watson hopes to overturn his conviction. Plus: Why loan sharks seem dead in the water, t…
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Today’s guest is Lil O'Brien - who has written books about coming out, and being childless. Lil has bared her soul in the most remarkable and vulnerable way. Her first book, Not That I'd Kiss A Girl, is an incredibly moving "coming out" memoir, about her navigating her sexuality during her years at Otago University. Now she and two other amazing wo…
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