Best Zealand podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Radio New Zealand daily and weekly programmes
 
Aviation Podcast Archive
 
The New Zealand Brewer Podcast is dedicated to bringing you insight into New Zealand’s homebrewing and pro-brewing scene. In each episode you’ll get homebrew recipes, brewing tips, and a peak behind the scenes of some of New Zealand’s most celebrated breweries.
 
News, views and interviews about quilting in New Zealand.
 
Jay French, photographer for Freeride New Zealand, is joined by retired WC rider, and self-proclaimed MTB journalist, Kieran Bennett for an inside look into the UCI DH World Cup, inside the industry, and the world of MTB as a whole. This is a podcast featuring opinions, inaccurate facts, interviews and everything you'd expect from a couple of dudes talking about bikes.
 
Join scribes of all stripes in Dunedin for the New Zealand Young Writers Festival. Playwrights and poets; comedians and historians; critics and consciences. Held in the heart of Dunedin – UNESCO City of Literature, produced by the Dunedin Fringe Arts Trust and with support from Creative New Zealand and Phantom Billstickers, each festival includes workshops, performances, panel discussions and bookish social festivities.
 
Sermon from the English Service of the Remuera Chinese Methodist Church in Auckland New Zealand
 
Welcome to Immigration Advisers New Zealand podcast,where you gain awareness of immigration related and visa application related issues.
 
The place to hear great stories from New Zealand winemakers, vineyards owners and others in the industry. Hosted by Boris Lamont. Published by Podcasts NZ.
 
Are you an Entrepreneur, NZ importer or exporter and want to avoid costly mistakes, save time & money? Then make sure you subscribe to this weekly podcast now. You will get insider knowledge and simple tactics to improve your business through real-world examples.We discuss things like "4 Ways an Overseas Supplier Will Cost You" and "True Price to Import 20ft Container to NZ - and How to Save Money". This is the only New Zealand podcast for business owners that import or export.
 
Mark, Greg, and Peter's bi-weekly discussion about topics relating to the Java/JVM space with an Auckland and New Zealand focus.
 
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UNICEF New Zealand
Monthly
 
Podcast by UNICEF New Zealand
 
Freak the Sheep is bFM's longest running Aotearoa New Zealand Music Show, hosted by Zac Arnold, and committed to bringing you the latest in homegrown news, tunes and interviews. Broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand on Wednesdays from 9pm.
 
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NERD Zealand
Rare
 
A weekly podcast hosted by Jono Manks taking a humourous look at news and pop-culture from a New Zealand point of view.
 
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RNZ: Black Sheep
Monthly
 
The shady, controversial and sometimes downright villainous characters of New Zealand history, presented by William Ray.
 
Hosted by the crew from Whammy Bar, with over 15 years local and international touring experience, and more performing in some of New Zealand's most respected hard, fast and heavy bands. They've wined and dined Slayer, partied with NOFX and Municipal Waste and shared a stage with Suicidal Tendencies. No One else knows hard, fast & heavy quite like them. Expect two hours worth of local and international punk, hardcore, screamo, doom, metal and thrash every Sunday night. Broadcast from Aucklan ...
 
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RNZ: Nine To Noon
Daily+
 
From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
 
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RNZ: Music 101
Weekly+
 
Music interviews, live performances, behind the scenes, industry issues, profiles, back catalogue, undiscovered, greatest hits, tall tales and true... all from a New Zealand/Aotearoan perspective.
 
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Open Doors LIVE
Monthly
 
Open Doors LIVE is a brand new, monthly podcast from Open Doors Australia and New Zealand, hosted by Mike Gore and James Kozina. This podcast brings the persecuted church to life, with each episode containing life changing stories, accurate updates on events and trends in persecution and biblically based discussion. It’s perfect for pastors, leaders and followers of Jesus wanting an all-in-one devotional podcast.Open Doors is a Christian ministry that has been serving the persecuted church s ...
 
Don't risk not knowing what's going around New Zealand and the world - catch up with interviews from Early Edition, hosted by Kate Hawkesby on Newstalk ZB.
 
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RNZ: Beyond Kate
Weekly
 
Exploring 125 years of women's suffrage in New Zealand, and the challenges that women face in a society where the rules continue to shift.
 
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Code Trippin
Rare
 
We're two professional rugby players from New Zealand giving insight into rugby players everyday lives. Alongside our guests we'll be sharing funny stories, banter and insight that you'll never otherwise get to see through the mainstream media.
 
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VitalBytes Podcast
Monthly+
 
Welcome to the VitalBytes Podcast, brought to you by VitalSmarts Australia New Zealand. Join us for award-winning strategies that will help you increase employee satisfaction, improve accountability and transform your corporate culture. To get more tips, strategies, and award-winning training, visit vitalsmarts.com.au/change
 
The Rhythm Selection has been on-air since 1990 with long-serving DJ Dubhead. The musical content of the show can best be described as ghetto music ranging from Ska, Rocksteady, Roots Reggae, Dub, Dancehall, Funk, Downbeat & Hip-Hop always with a healthy local content too. Broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand from 9pm Mondays, thanks to Sosha.
 
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Pocket Coach
Monthly+
 
Many of you may know Kieran from Instagram as Hedleyfitness, a crazy Kiwi nutter from New Zealand in the fitness industry who lives all over the world. This is a podcast in fitness, nutrition, hormones and mental health. A self development podcast creating a better, stronger and happier you.Kieran has been blessed enough to have built relationships with the top people in the New Zealand and Australian fitness and mental health industries, allowing him to build into the American industries of ...
 
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NZ 40Kabal
Monthly+
 
A podcast focusing on The 40k scene in New Zealand......with naughty words.
 
Join Duncan Tolmie as he talks with New Zealand's most interesting individuals about their lives, and how they got to where they are today!
 
Let us take you on a Journey... We'll tell stories and create connections with your new favourite sounds, including New Zealand faves and rarities. We're just two music geeks trying to make our way in the world, and we're taking you for a ride.
 
Every Monday night, Rapley, Sam & Tam bring you two hours from the underbelly of punk, garage, rock 'n roll, psych and everything dirtbag. Paying special attention to local bands, festivals and goings on in the city that they trash.Join them as they fumble their way from rank amateurs to medium heavyweights, as they strive to become mediocre. Broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand on Monday nights at 7pm.
 
The legendary soul stylist and platter-spinner Murray Cammick brings the funk, electricity and soul to Land of the Good Groove, the classic Radio b show he smoothly pioneered way back in the heady days of 1983. Broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand every Friday from 1pm.
 
Ethno-musicological finds from all our world with Andrew McLeod, Liam Bowen & Duncan Bruce. Utilising an excellent and expanding network of obsessive collector enthusiasts and academic expert special guests, The Audible World focuses on specific regions, countries and cultures for an in-depth listen. Broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand on Sunday evenings from 9pm.
 
'60s garage punk, garage rock, proto-punk, freak beat and psychedelia from the entire planet. Your regular toe-tapping trip down memory lane this ain't!This is a weekly show hosted by Phil Grey and first broadcast on Free FM [Hamilton, New Zealand], an Access radio station proudly supported by NZ on Air, with repeat airings across New Zealand and selected Canadian community and campus stations. Focusing on obscure '60s garage punk/garage rock. If it's cool we'll play it! Feedback's welcome - ...
 
Bernie Griffen or Deputy Paul bring you a piece of American Country and Blues each week. Border Radio... it’s the tear in your beer, it’s the whisky grit, it’s Border Radio, broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand on Sunday evenings from 7pm.
 
The Swap Meet is a new addition to 95bFM Sundays - a Sunday stylus session bridging the gap between Back on the Goodfoot and Border Radio with soulful selections from Jubt and Kirk - soul, boogie, funk, jazz, and whatever else is kicking around that week. Broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand on Sundays from 4pm.
 
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Lighthouse of Hope
Monthly+
 
Lighthouse of Hope, is a weekly half hour show dedicated to helping anyone with a mental illness or their family, friends, employers, teachers and many other people. Mental illness affects about 1 in 5 New Zealanders. With the right help and support the overwhelming majority of people who experience a mental illness can improve significantly, find ways to manage it and find a positive way through.The show combines the latest research, personal stories and practical advice to help anyone who ...
 
Sermons from Sunday morning services at Rangiora Baptist Church in North Canterbury, New Zealand. Enjoy!
 
Hosted by 95bFM and New Zealand DJ institution Stinky Jim, Stinky Grooves encompasses the broadest beats and most delightfully robust rhythms sourced from all corners of the globe... and beyond. From the freshest reggaematical business to crucial cumbia, exceedingly eclectic electronics and a smattering of the most righteously rocking malarkey, the three hours of Stinky Grooves offers bountiful rewards to the attentive listener and their headphones. Broadcast Tuesday evenings from 7pm, thank ...
 
Liberty Church, Auckland, New Zealand, is committed to celebrating the goodness of God and seeing the extension of God's Kingdom through His manifest presence.
 
Brief reviews of recently published journal papers, brought to you by the Rural Radiology Special Interest Group of the Royal Australia and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR)
 
New Zealand's longest-running kids radio show, the 95bFM Kids' Show is a place where children get to share their thoughts, interests and talents live on the radio, with host Lee. Running since forever ago, the Kids' Show features games and competitions, stories, songs and lots of laughter as well as plain old conversation. It's a happy community of children and families who call up every week to chat and participate. Broadcast on 95bFM every Sunday morning from 7 to 9am.
 
New Zealand Parliament - live streaming audio from Parliament (during sitting times) and listen-again audio from Question Time.Go to the footer of this page to find the link and frequencies to listen live. When Parliament is not sitting, this frequency carries the Southern Star programme from the Radio Rhema Broadcast Group. To discover when Parliament is and is not sitting, visit the Parliamentary website (www.parliament.nz/en/watch-parliament/).
 
Rural Exchange gives a new voice for farmers. It's a modern, entertaining and informative show for the sector that is the backbone of New Zealand's economy.
 
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Kiwi Birth Tales
Weekly+
 
A collection of Kiwi Women sharing their Pregnancy and Birth tales, giving a snapshot of birthing experiences in New Zealand. This podcast has been created to share a range of birth stories informing, supporting and comforting all Mums - to be, new or experienced. You'll likely laugh, cry and learn something new while finding common experiences with these Kiwi Women.
 
A magazine programme hosted by Kim Hill, with long-form, in-depth feature interviews on current affairs, science, modern life, history, the arts and more.
 
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NZ Tech Podcast
Weekly
 
Paul Spain leads a discussion on what's happening in the world of technology and gadgets around the world and in New Zealand.
 
Jesse hosts an upbeat mix of the curious and the compelling, ranging from the stories of the day to the great questions of our time.
 
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RNZ: Nights
Daily
 
Unfurling fresh ideas and sounds along with the best radio documentaries and features from here and overseas.
 
Toitū Otago Settlers Museum in association with the Ministry for Women celebrate Otago as an area where more women signed the suffrage petition than anywhere else in New Zealand.This was the last of the 125 events and marked the day on which women in New Zealand first voted in the 1893 general election.Join us for Kate Talks which highlights six inspiring women who will deliver short talks in honour of Kate Sheppard.
 
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Quaker Focus
Monthly
 
Quaker Focus is produced by the Christchurch Quakers and is on air at 9 p.m. on the fourth Wednesday each month. We are part of the global Quaker family - a radical spiritual group with roots in the 17th century. Quakers try to see the good in everybody, and value the insights from the world's various spiritual and ethical traditions. Over the centuries, Quakers have been involved in a wide range of social changes, consistent with their values - such as anti-slavery, prison reform, peace and ...
 
The most authoritative and comprehensive coverage of local and world events to be found on morning radio happens from 6:00am to 9:00am every weekday on RNZ National.
 
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Dr Gosia Zobel has been working to detect mood in goats and to see if putting them in a positive frame of mind will change the way they behave.
 
Michael Trotter has a real soft spot for rare breed animals, in particular Dexter cattle and Arapawa goats. He has a small herd of each at his rural property at Tuahiwi in North Canterbury.
 
Even previously green areas in the North Island are suddenly looking very dry. Southland's still got green grass and crops are growing, but all farmers, and some orchardists, want the predicted rain to arrive this weekend.
 
The kiwifruit industry is hoping to avert a labour shortage for the upcoming harvest by using a strong social media campaign linking employers and employees. It has also produced a book outlining what different jobs entail, what pay rates are like and what to expect from employers.
 
Archaeologist digs hardy animals, Dr Gosia Zobel on the mood of goats, and Gordon Stephenson trophy winners Catriona and Mark White, and the Regional Wrap.
 
We're at Te Matatini, the national kapa haka competition which was held in Wellington this week. 46 groups from around Aotearoa took to the stage, stirring up the dust, laying down challenges to those in parliament and filling the stadium with sweet melodies.
 
This week's element is Silver and according to Matthew Cowan, Lecturer and Rutherford Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Canterbury, it shouldn't be in second place.
 
This week's element is Silver and according to Matthew Cowan, Lecturer and Rutherford Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Canterbury, it shouldn't be in second place.
 
Recommendations for an overhaul of the tax are out, but it will be at least two months before the plan the coalition government intends to adopt is made clear.
 
When kapa haka performers say it takes blood, sweat and tears to reach the national stage, they mean it. Our reporter Te Aniwa Hurihanganui talks to performers who say they were pushed to their limits in the lead up to Te Matatini.
 
Prepare for rain, wind, and cold temperatures. That's the message from MetService for this weekend.
 
Alternative education centres have told the government they urgently need more money and more support to help teenagers that have been kicked out of school.
 
New Zealand First is seeking its own advice on a capital gains tax, as three dissenting members of the working group call for a scaled-back version of it.
 
Dunedin City Council is following following Auckland's lead and has tonight begun pulling Lime scooters off its streets.
 
Justice and truth have finally merged together... That's how the verdict that Malcolm Rewa is guilty of Susan Burdett's murder is being described.
 
A review of the week's news including... Fair or unfair? Public split on proposed tax changes, where is the missing Pike River evidence?, UK spy official gives Huawei thumbs up and Andrew Little responds, second Queensland fruit fly discovered in Auckland's North Shore, Shane Jones on war path over QV's annual review, horse dies after being sta ...…
 
After 70 days on the water New Zealand Isaac Giesen has succeeded in being the first New Zealander to row solo across the Atlantic Ocean.
 
Eight years ago today Christchurch was shaken to its core, as a second major earthquake hit.
 
School rugby coach Alosio Taimo has been sentenced today to 22 years in jail - with a minimum non-parole period of 10 years. Taimo was found guilty of nearly 100 charges against 17 boys.
 
Farihah Properties owns the guesthouse in Mount Albert where Doreen was placed.
 
$350 dollar-a-week for a so called "dosshouse". Chocka motels mean Work and Income offer an 81-year-old pensioner a room in boarding house. In her words the place is "absolutely bloody awful".
 
News from the business sector, including a market report.
 
The Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, says the issue of Australia deporting New Zealanders who have committed crimes across the Tasman has become corrosive in the relationship between the two countries.
 
In the past hour Auckland Council has temporarily suspended Lime scooter's licence.
 
Rhonda McHardy was raped and bashed by Malcolm Rewa two weeks before Susan Burdett was murdered.
 
Nearly 27 years after Susan Burdett was killed in her South Auckland home, Malcolm Rewa has has finally been found guilty of her murder.
 
A Southland cat lover says the local council has kept mum about changes to cat rules in the region. Proposed new rules will require all cats in Omaui to be neutered and registered within 6 months and it would see a ban on new cats in the area.
 
Sweden's National Organisation for Women's Shelters is calling for sex robots to be banned. They say they dehumanise women, they encourage men to treat women's bodies as objects and unlike real women they are not programmed with the ability to say 'no'.
 
The Auckland Council order Lime Scooters off the streets after safety concerns. Several people have been shot over the handlebars because of random braking.RNZ's Tom Furley is at the Auckland Council reports on the latest.
 
The Santa Parade won't be going down without a fight. It's got at least one councillor on its side - Cathy Casey says the $45k doled out by ATEEDS is nothing compared to what they fork-out for the Americas Cup. Does ATEED need to provide more for ratepayers and their children?
 
There's a theme going around about the Academy Awards this year. Observations made about how it's not the best movies that actually win the Oscars. Why is this? We ask entertainment reporter Kate Rodger if that's just perception.
 
It's literally the cost of living. A new model introduced here as part of the government's Well Being Budget includes the value of a "statistical life". It's $4.7m. It's monetizing aspects of life that haven't traditionally been viewed in this way before. Like how much being lonely will cost society and how making a new friend is worth $592.…
 
An opinion piece by the founder of Better Democracy NZ Steve Baron is urging for greater use of referndum as a political tool. The theory is that voters will engage more in the democratic process if it's issue-by-issue.
 
The Tax Working Group has delivered its recommendations to the government with a Capital Gains Tax rising to the fore. It's suggested a CGT rate of 33 per cent .In the UK it's 28 per cent, in France 36.2 per cent and in Denmark 42 per cent. While the nation's been digesting what a CHT means the National Party leader Simon Bridges is proclaiming ...…
 
Even previously green areas in the North Island are suddenly looking very dry. Southland's still got green grass and crops are growing, but all farmers, and some orchardists, want the predicted rain to arrive this weekend.
 
Shannon Haunui-Thompson is at te matatini and talks about what kapa haka does for te reo, groups using the stage for delivering political messages and how Wellington is welcoming the kapa haka groups from all over the country.
 
Flooding brings death and destruction for to PNG's East New Britain; PNG is urged to help bring justice to asylum seekers while Manus refugees call on Australian to accept New Zealand offer; There's a forum focused on tackling growing childhood obesity in the Pacific; Higher electoral fees see lower candidate numbers in the Solomons ; an EU Com ...…
 
Flash flooding has cut off many roads and washed out a number of villages in Papua New Guinea's East New Britain province. New Guinea Islands provinces are taking stock of damage from several days of heavy rains and severe winds linked to Cyclone Oma.
 
What is the kiwiw way of life? There's a theme going around about the Academy Awards this year. Observations made about how it's not the best movies that actually win the Oscars. Why is this? We ask entertainment reporter Kate Rodger if that's just perception. The Santa Parade won't be going down without a fight. It's got at least one councillo ...…
 
Australia's opposition should force New Zealand's refugee resettlement offer through parliament, Manus Island refugees say.
 
Shannon Haunui-Thompson is at te matatini and talks about what kapa haka does for te reo, groups using the stage for delivering political messages and how Wellington is welcoming the kapa haka groups from all over the country. The Tax Working Group has delivered its recommendations to the government with a Capital Gains Tax rising to the fore. ...…
 
The chief electoral officer in Solomon Islands says higher nomination fees for could see fewer candidates contesting this year's election.
 
Young people are being encouraged to enter a new video competition to highlight their concerns and experiences of climate change in the Pacific region.
 
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