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Open, honest and transparent discussions about Governance in Education (specifically in the UK and International British Schools). This podcast is hosted by governance practitioners, for new, experienced or prospective volunteers as school governors and academy trustees to learn and develop. We share and provide insight into the realities of sitting around the governing board table and leaning into strategic leadership. Find us @thegovernorspodcast on social media
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Fire up your Bunsen burners and join award-winning comedian Laura Lexx as she attempts to pass her Science GCSEs (all over again) with the help of nerdy younger brother, Ron. Every week the squabbling siblings dissect a topic from the baddest educational document on the planet - the UK’s National Curriculum. Microbiology, magnetism, manganese…can long-suffering Ron explain atomic structures or will Laura be forever banging her head against the periodic table? Whether you love thermodynamics ...
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Devoted to professional development, teacher wellbeing and all things positive in education - The aim is simple: to share the positive voices of teachers and school leaders from around the world. Each podcast covers a different topic, with guests sharing personal stories and their views on what can help. Although based in the UK, the themes of curriculum, assessment, pedagogy, behaviour and pastoral support are universal and can help to promote connected open dialogue with teachers around th ...
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Unitalks: a podcast for university access

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"A unique tool for students interested in university" The IAI are delighted to be working with The Brilliant Club and Kings College London to bring you UniTalks, a brand new podcast which unlocks access to university for the next generation of big thinkers – answering all of the challenges of applying for, and studying at, the world’s leading universities, above and beyond the A-level curriculum. Listen to sixth-formers interrogate the UK’s pre-eminent lecturers and professors, unlocking cut ...
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The podcast that talks about race equality and wellbeing for a busy modern world through inspiring stories, interviews and case studies. Brought to you by Leyla Okhai, CEO of Diverse Minds UK and former Head of the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Centre at Imperial College London. We provide insights from diverse thought leaders in race equality, wellbeing and mental health to increase your understanding and enable you to make positive changes in your life with ease.
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Join former UK Prime Minter Gordon Brown and the Our Scottish Future team for conversation and debate with interesting individuals, smart thinkers and people with new ideas about how we can build a more cooperative UK. Our Scottish Future fights for a better Scotland within a reformed UK, and for a more cooperative UK.
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The Strength Coach Curriculums Podcast is designed for both coaches breaking into the strength and conditioning profession and those looking to optimising their craft. Masterclass episodes, practitioner journeys and a profession overview.
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I am a UK Primary School Head Teacher and classroom practitioner who is passionate about using technology as a tool in the classroom to enhance teaching and learning and to make it fun. The episodes in this podcast will be based on my experiences of teaching, as well as using a diverse range of tech to inspire and engage children across the entire curriculum. Covering a range of topics and tools and with specialist interviews, I hope there is something here for everyone who is trying to util ...
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As the UK's leading education recruiter Hays Education is committed to sharing meaningful insight and information with the education community. We are delighted to have teamed up with some great and highly respected education experts to bring you these unique podcasts covering a range of topics. To find out more about Hays Education please visit our website.
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Oxford Education Podcast

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This podcast brings together educational experts to discuss key issues in primary and secondary education. Enjoy fascinating insights and get practical tips to apply to your teaching. Brought to you by the Schools Team at Oxford University Press.
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CRÈME is an acronym – it stands for Communicating the Race Equality Message Effectively. In each episode we will be interviewing a representative of one of the organisations fighting for racial equality in Britain. But this will not be just a dry discussion on policy – this is about the people behind the campaigning, and the experiences that shaped them.
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We’ve rounded up some brilliant technical leaders from our Tribe and extracted the wisdom from their brains so we can share it with you. Find weekly episodes featuring interviews on the secrets of their success. A hugely valuable series for tech leaders and ambitious software engineers of all levels with a passion to learn and develop.We’ll be uncovering the habits, strategies and attitudes of highly successful CTO’s, Heads of Engineering and Technical Leaders from UK, Europe and North Ameri ...
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The Sex, Love, and Addiction: Healing Conversations for Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Men podcast, featuring Dr. David Fawcett, presents ongoing expert discussions highlighting the life concerns of gay, bisexual, and transgender men. Dr. Fawcett, Vice President of Clinical Programming for Seeking Integrity Treatment Centers, is a licensed psychotherapist and sexologist specializing in co-occurring addictions, notably paired drug use and sex (aka, chemsex). He is the author of Lust, Men, and ...
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The Supercar Sprints are kicking off in Taupo this weekend. The event is expected to bring up to 70,000 attendees, giving a significant boost to the city and surrounding region. Mayor David Trewavas told Mike Hosking that the town is absolutely buzzing. He said they had the parade through the CBD last night, and thousands of fans came out to see th…
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Prince William has made his first return to royal duties since Kate's cancer diagnosis went public. Last month the Princess of Wales revealed she's been receiving treatment amid wild internet speculation. The family has been away from the public eye but the Prince has returned to show support for a homeless food shelter. UK correspondent Vincent Mc…
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The turn of the economy could make it tricky for those on JobSeekers to find employment. New Social Development figures reveal just under 188,000 people are on JobSeeker, up almost 20,000 people from last year. Employment specialist Jennifer Mills told Mike Hosking that she's sure many on the benefit are ready to work. She says the new work check-i…
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Experts are forecasting more financial pressure for households, continuing into late next year. The Infometrics data expects the annual GDP to dip into the negatives mid 2024, meaning slower growth than had previously been expected. Infometrics Chief Forecaster Gareth Kiernan told Mike Hosking that with higher interest rates more properties are on …
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Seven jurors have officially been selected for Donald Trump’s ‘hush money’ trial, leaving eleven more still to come. Despite the trouble they’re facing, US Correspondent Mitch McCann told Mike Hosking that it is moving faster than people expected. He said it could have taken up to 22 weeks to select all 18 jurors, and they already have seven. The i…
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A Christchurch entrepreneur is attempting to break into the dating app market. ‘Amor’ is trying to bring something fresh, only giving four matches a week and refusing to show profile photos for the first 2024 hours. Creator Emily Heazlewood told Mike Hosking that although the market is quite saturated, a lot of them are hook up culture apps. She sa…
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As inflation cools down, homeowners are starting to hold out for cuts to the OCR. The CoreLogic April Housing report shows 56% of new loans taken out in February were on one-year fixed terms compared to 36% in December. Chief Property Economist Kelvin Davidson says that's a pretty strong indication people don't want to lock in for too long in case …
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There are concerns the Government's new health guidance for children could impact employer attitudes towards parents. The guidelines say kids with a mild cough, headache, or runny nose should go to school, provided they don't have Covid-19 or other symptoms like a fever or vomiting. This move is in an effort to improve school attendance numbers. Bu…
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In this episode, Jessica, Paul, and Kathy discuss the importance of contextualization in classical education, sharing personal anecdotes and insights gained from working with schools of various backgrounds and cultures. Imlementing a one-size-fits all curriculum can pose a challenge with multicultural or hyper localized schools. Schools that come f…
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For today's Single Item Agenda we are joined by a guest speaker; Amy Whittall, Executive Director for Trust Development at The Mercian Trust, oversees People Leadership and Organisational Culture, after nearly 7 years as Headteacher of King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls. By listening to this episode, you will:- Trace the exceptional journey…
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Security guards have no more power than a regular citizen when it comes to a threat of danger. They're expected to be more visible in malls around Australia and New Zealand following the stabbing at Bondi Junction in Sydney on Saturday afternoon. Forty-year-old Queensland man Joel Cauchi stabbed six people to death, including a security guard. Secu…
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Banks are picking inflation to continue falling. ASB is expecting today's figures to show annual inflation falling to 4.1%, the lowest since June 2021. ASB Chief Economist Nick Tuffley told Mike Hosking that things like rates, rents, and insurance are going the wrong way. But, he says, it's still likely to drop because we aren't spending as much on…
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Questions are now being raised after a fire has ravaged one of Copenhagen's oldest buildings. Its iconic spire collapsed during the fire, as emergency services and passerbys rushed to save priceless works of art inside and other valuables. The 17th century old Stock Exchange building was currently undergoing renovations. Europe Correspondent Gavin …
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Questions are being raised over how the salvaged Newshub 6pm bulletin will be pulled off in its new format. Stuff has signed on to produce and provide a daily bulletin on TV3 from July 6, following Newshub's closure. The Spinoff founder and media commentator Duncan Greive told Mike Hosking that the level of scrutiny and quality of performance requi…
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Welcome to the 242nd episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. This month’s podcast series is all about decolonisation. Today I am talking about decolonising the curriculum. In today’s show on Decolonising the Curriculum Definition of the curriculum. [01:34] Why diversifying is part of decolonisation. [02:56] How Decolonisation is integra…
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There’s hope more landlords will give people with pets a chance in the wake of government changes. Pet bonds are being introduced: tenants will be liable for all pet damage beyond fair wear and tear and landlords will only be able to withhold consent on reasonable grounds. Pet Refuge Founder Julie Chapman hopes this means people leaving family viol…
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The father of the man who killed six people and injured 12 others in a stabbing at Bondi Junction in Sydney says his son was a tormented soul. Eight people remain in hospital after 40-year-old Queensland man Joel Cauchi went on a rampage through the mall on Saturday. Australia correspondent Donna Demaio told Mike Hosking that his father, Andrew Cau…
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The Government is being advised to invest in immigration data gathering as record levels of arrivals and departures continue. In February more than 253,000 migrants arrived and about 122,000 left, putting net migration at almost 131,000. Business NZ Chief Executive Kirk Hope told Mike Hosking that where they come from isn't a problem as long as ski…
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Donald Trump's 'hush money' trial has begun, and it’s the first time a US president has faced a criminal trial. He's charged with falsifying business records, accused of trying to cover up a $130-thousand hush-money payment to porn star Stormy Daniels ahead of the 2016 election. Trump has pleaded not guilty and denied the affair. LA's KNX news pres…
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Oh look no one has the energy for this bit today. It's the podcast. It's actually a bit more sciencey than usual. Are you new to the podcast? Don't start here. Go back to 1 and trek through and meet us back here when you're ready. We'll wait. If you know the podcast and are ready for episode 96 then jump on in here and get with it. It's the podcast…
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Iran has launched more than 200 drone missiles on Israel. Neighbouring nations are calling for restraint, while Jordan, the US and UK military are intercepting attacks. International Relations and Strategic Analyst Paul Buchanan says the strikes are a direct violation of an agreement between the nations. Buchanan tells Mike Hosking hard liners want…
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Five victims have now been identified as among those killed in a stabbing spree at a Sydney shopping centre, which left six dead. Australia correspondent Donna Demaio tells Mike Hosking 11 people remain in hospital. Many stories are emerging of near misses with the attacker, and of people who tried to protect others. Sydney lifeguard Andy Reid race…
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New Zealand golfer Ryan Fox has slumped out of contention at the US Masters, currently tied for 20th position. Meanwhile, the Warriors made a lucky comeback in a dramatic golden-point draw against Manly. The Sea Eagles lead 22-20 with three seconds left on the clock, when a post-siren penalty denied Manly the victory. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.co…
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This week, Minister of Trade Todd McClay visits China hoping to promote New Zealand business and exports. Executive Director of the NZ China Council Alistair Crozier tells Mike Hosking the two countries are very adept at having difficult discussions in the open. NZ exports to China are double what is exported to the US or Australia, and prospects a…
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New Zealand is committing to working more closely with the United States. The countries have agreed to work more closely with each other and common allies like Australia, in areas like defence and intelligence. New Zealand's joining the US in financially supporting two initiatives in the Pacific to the tune of $16.4 million. Massey University defen…
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The Minister for Space has been working on our space image over in the US. Judith Collins spoke yesterday morning at the Space Symposium as New Zealand’s first Space Minister, putting us on the global stage. She told Mike Hosking that Rocket Lab has done an incredible job at putting New Zealand on the American space map with the work Peter Beck has…
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There’s concerns the Government's tenancy changes won't affect rent prices. A Bill being introduced to Parliament will bring back 90-day no-cause terminations for periodic tenancies. Labour removed them last term. Housing Minister Chris Bishop believes it'll push down rents. Aspire Property Management managing director Mike Atkinson told Mike Hoski…
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The US state of Arizona is close to joining Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas in imposing a strict abortion ban. Arizona's conservative Supreme Court has decided an abortion law —first introduced 160 years ago— is now enforceable. US correspondent Mitch McCann told Mike Hosking that abortions are currently legal until 15 weeks of pregnancy. But he says…
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Ikea seems to be looking "big picture" as it enters the New Zealand market. The Swedish furniture giant is looking for a "people and culture manager", ahead of its opening at Auckland's Sylvia Park in late 2025. The successful manager will first be tasked with recruiting 400 people. First Retail Group managing director Chris Wilkinson told Mike Hos…
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Health advocates say enforcement officers are needed to clamp down on the illegal vape trade. Reports suggest that the sale of vaping products that don't meet regulation is widespread. Asthma Foundation Chief Executive Letitia Harding told Mike Hosking that retailers selling illegal vaping products need more than a slap on the wrist. She says penal…
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The mainstream media industry is shrinking, and television is leading the way out. Newshub has confirmed its closing on July 5th, while TVNZ is cutting four of major programmes. Media and Communications Minister Melissa Lee says the global market is facing the same difficulties. She's written a cabinet paper on the media sector but hasn't disclosed…
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Check the description for a special offer! Step into the conversation as we delve into the nuances between liberal arts and humanities within the realm of education. We'll step through history to understand how these disciplines have evolved and their practical implications in today's world. Join us in exploring how liberal arts and humanities equi…
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European football fans may be seeing increased security at this week’s Champions League games. A pro-IS media channel has published several images calling for attacks at the stadiums hosting the quarterfinals. UEFA said it was aware of the threats, but the London, Madrid, and Paris games would go ahead as planned, and Ministers in Spain and France …
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The Official Cash Rate is likely to remain unchanged for at least the next few months. Most economists expect the Reserve bank to keep the Official Cash Rate unchanged at 5.5% when it comes up for review at 2pm. It's remained unchanged since May last year. Jarden Investment Strategist John Carran says it's 50-50 whether the Reserve Bank cuts the OC…
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Rideshare company Ola is hitting the brakes in New Zealand. The Uber rival told Auckland customers they won't be able to book future rides from Friday but can still access their app until it shuts down next month. But First Union is worried the loss will give Ola's main rival Uber more control of the gig economy. Strategic project coordinator Anita…
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Welcome to the 241st episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. This month’s podcast series is all about decolonisation. Today I am talking about decolonising the workplace. In today’s show on Decolonising in the Workplace The apparent fatigue surrounding discussions on racial equity. [02:33] Life during the colonial era. [03:04] Strategie…
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Winston Peters has pulled no punches over the need for a two-state solution in Gaza. The Foreign Affairs Minister has reiterated his calls for an immediate ceasefire at the UN General Assembly in New York. He says the two-state solution is the only blueprint for peace, but Israel's seizing of Palestinian territory imperils that. Otago University in…
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A looming financial issue is being highlighted as the country works towards its next emissions budget. The Climate Commission is recommending greenhouse gas is limited by 134-million tonnes between 2036 and 2040. But Victoria University Adjunct Professor Adrian Macey told Mike Hosking that there's still a massive issue if we are going to meet our P…
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An education expert says the Government's plan to improve students' learning has been successful overseas. Christopher Luxon's unveiled nine Government targets for delivery by 2030. They include increasing student attendance and getting more students to the expected curriculum level. New Zealand Initiative Education Research Fellow Michael Johnston…
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Hello and welcome to another episode of Lexx Education! It's the comedy science podcast where comedian Laura Lexx tries to learn science from her non-comedian brother Ron! This week, we have come to the end of the physics syllabus and so Ron and Laura are revising the beginnings of physics. We look back over the first few months of how we started w…
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The Government has brought in immediate changes to the Accredited Employer Work Visa. There will now be an English language requirement for low skilled jobs, while fast-tracking will be removed for construction and the franchisee category will be disestablished. Owner and Principal Consultant at Into NZ Katy Armstrong tells Mike Hosking the Governm…
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A new law in Scotland, designed to prevent hate crimes is being targeted by Neo-Nazi and far-right agitators. The groups are making vexatious complaints en masse in an attempt to overwhelm police systems. UK & Europe correspondent Gavin Grey tells Mike Hosking the definition of a hate crime is wide ranging, and an inundated system makes policing th…
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The Warriors showed their potential over the weekend, beating the Rabbitohs in an impressive 34-4 win. Andrew Alderson updates Mike Hosking on how the team looked. Meanwhile, the Sevens held at Hong Kong stadium for the last time. And, a man known as the ‘hardest geezer’ has run the length of Africa. Russ Cook covered 16,300km as the first person t…
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AN OIA has revealed police abandoned almost 60 percent of cases reported to them last year. Of 962,521 emergency calls, 572,037 were abandoned. In 2023, reports were up 50 percent from 2019 and of cases reported, 179,957 were closed without any investigation at all. Police Association President Chris Cahill tells Mike Hosking that online reporting …
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The deaths of UK aid workers from an Israeli air strike has reignited debate in the UK over the level of support, military aid, and weapons they’re providing Israel. Over 600 legal experts, including three former Supreme Court Justices, have come forward in an open letter calling on the Government to end the sale of weapons to Israel. They say that…
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There’s been a breakthrough in the rules governing whether people who've been scammed are eligible for compensation. The banking sector has launched a review around victim reimbursement. This comes after consumer protection criticism and the threat of regulatory intervention from the government. Consumer NZ boss Jon Duffy told Mike Hosking that alt…
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A Northland mayor is hailing the new law that requires Māori wards to be put to referendum as a win for democracy. The coalition Government is introducing a bill allowing communities to petition for binding polls on Māori ward decisions. It reverses legislation from the previous Government that ensured councils would not have wards overturned throu…
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ASB Bank is sending the message their predicted infrastructure bill isn't an impossible figure. The bank's new research suggests a trillion dollars will be needed over 30 years. ASB's Senior Economist Mark Smith says it's a huge number and we need to tap into as many funding sources as possible. He says there needs to be greater alignment between p…
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