Best Zealand podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Listen to New Zealand news, spoken slowly and clearly, using easy vocabulary. Note:You may need to download Adobe Flashplayer if you can't access the podcast.
Radio New Zealand daily and weekly programmes
Australian Survivor, Survivor NZ & Survivor SA Recap Podcasts and Interviews
A review of the week's events in New Zealand.
The podcast from the New Zealand Doctor newspaper. Featuring interviews and columns covering the business, staff, patients and ethos of general practice.
UNICEF New Zealand
Podcast by UNICEF New Zealand
Kia ora! New Zealand Pocket Radio is a grassroots podcast network located in Woodhill, New Zealand and with a focus on local programming, oral history and human-interest podcasts. We hope that you enjoy the podcasts and look forward to hearing your feedback. If you have a great story to tell or an idea for a podcast, please leave a comment or send us an email.
NERD Zealand
A weekly podcast hosted by Jono Manks taking a humourous look at news and pop-culture from a New Zealand point of view.
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.
The latest messages from Gateway, Hamilton NZ
A weekly show where we interview industry experts about all aspects of the New Zealand property market and investing. We talk to successful investors, advisors, renovators, market commentators, publishers, suppliers, property managers and more. Check it out and don't forget to leave feedback so we can make the show even better!
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.
New Independent Music, Blogs and Podcasts
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 Ray, Toby and the New Zealand Programs volunteers as we chat about our latest work in the environmental field. Find out about current projects, program updates, current NZ ecological issues as well as joining the gang as they discuss their favourite and least favourite moments during their time in Wellington. Segments include, 'Meal of the Week', 'In-joke Insider, 'Cinci Blacktstrap's Words of Wisdom' and updates on our Earth Day pledges, worm farm and veggies garden! For past, current ...
Station Life in New Zealand is a collection of cheerful and interesting letters written by Lady Mary Anne Barker (nee Mary Anne Stewart) that is a New Zealand "classic". These letters are described in the Preface as "the exact account of a lady's experience of the brighter and less practical side of colonisation". The letters were written between 1865 and 1868 and cover the time of her travel with her husband (Frederick Broomie) to New Zealand and life on a colonial sheep-station at their ho ...
Join Theo Gibson and Dee West discussing Electric Vehicles (EVs) plus e-bikes, autonomous vehicles, eco-tech, sustainability
In the spirit of the traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous we respect the right and need for anonymity and ask all who download recordings to respect these traditions. We ask that this material be used only for personal recovery and is not broadcast or used in any other published formats. This site is managed by the General Service Office of Alcoholics Anonymous. If you have any concerns or comments we encourage you to send us an email or contact the General Service Office of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Podcasts from Beef + Lamb New Zealand, the farmer-owned industry organisation representing New Zealand's sheep and beef farmers.
Aviation Podcast Archive
Aviation Podcast Archive
New Zealand Pubcast
The difinitive guide to New Zealand Culture - seen through the eyes of a couple of blow in's. An Irish guy and a Canadian sit in a pub in Christchurch, New Zealand, talking about current affairs, culture and politics. Email:
PwC New Zealand
Podcast by PwC New Zealand
Recordings of Sunday messages from the Victory Christian Centre in Hutt City, New Zealand
A podcast where Phil Metcalfe & Jordan Clarke talk all things rugby and New Zealand. In each episode, the lads will dive into the latest results, news and speculation on anything relating to New Zealand rugby. There will also be jokes.
The Hunting Show
Hosted by Stephen Spargo, The Hunting Show is for hunters, hobbyists and those who love the great outdoors. Stephen started in radio when AM was still cool (not that long ago) and has been a keen hunter for as long as he can remember. Stephen has worked on both sides of the microphone so understands what it takes to deliver a truly all round package to both clients and interviews
Interviews with Authors writing about Australia and New Zealand
Welcome to the Huia Come Home podcast! Tune in to hear discussions on Christian theology, a Māori worldview, and life on the ground in good-ol' Aotearoa, New Zealand.
News, views and interviews about quilting in New Zealand.
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.
Sweet Sounz - New Zealand and the Pacific's biggest syndicated show! Every week, AWA produces and hosts Sweet Sounz, a 2-hour music show featuring interviews with fascinating people, alongside an epic playlist curated and mixed by Wellington music tastemaker DJ Pet Johnson. From the latest breaking tunes, to revisiting our favourite classics and mixed with a heavy helping of local goodness. You can also catch Sweet Sounz on: - Air NZ (Inflight entertainment) - Moana Radio 98.2 FM (Tauranga) ...
Organised by the University of Auckland, each winter a group of local, national, and international academics present to the public their thinking on a particular aspect of that year's central theme. Six lectures look at how New Zealand history has been written and understood, and suggest how it might be rewritten in the future.
Preaching Christ in all His fullness to New Zealand
Welcome to the Terrestrial Nomad Podcast! This podcast is a narrative of my antics... Highly informal and slightly informative.
We are a Beekeeping Podcast. We are based in New Zealand and discuss beekeeping news and interview amazing beekeepers from around the world. Our goal is to help you be successful with your honey bees.
Interviews with New Zealand creatives shaping design, tech & business.
Organised by the University of Auckland, each winter a group of local, national, and international academics present to the public their thinking on a particular aspect of that year's central theme.
Welcome to Teaching Today where host Francesca Hilbron speaks to experts from the education sector - tune in monthly for discussion and insight.It’s a podcast about teachers, with teachers and for teachers.
Looking at the world of aviation from an Australia / Pacific point of view
Sermons from our Chinese service in Remuera Chinese Methodist Church, Auckland, New Zealand
The Beige Brigade likes to stay ahead of the pack. We are the pack actually, let’s be honest. We’ve set up The BYC – New Zealand’s first cricket podcast. It’s not a party political broadcast for NZ Cricket, it’s slightly tongue in cheek, heavy on retro, but still with enough cricket for the discerning fan. The BYC is an acronym for whatever: Back Yard Cricket, Boys Yak Crap, Beige Yarn Club…
Sermon from the English Service of the Remuera Chinese Methodist Church in Auckland New Zealand
This is an audio version of the Seventh-day Adventist weekly Bible study guides.
ARISE Church
A rising generation. Changing a nation. Empowering the Church. Reaching the world.
Academic English
Goodfellow Clinics
Interviews with New Zealand experts featuring topical and relevent information for primary health professionals.
Cacophony is a Heavy Metal Radio Show Broadcast on RDU98.5FM [], Christchurch, New Zealand every Tuesday Night local time [10am-12pm UTC]. We play at least 25% NZ Metal Music, all Genre's of New & Old Metal and Listeners Requests.
Counting The Beat is a NZ music podcast and a radio show on Waiheke Radio. The show explores the outer reaches of NZ music - obscurities, rarities and new releases. The podcast is accompanied by a blog where you'll find info about the music in each episode - visit
New Zealand’s first Catholic podcast
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Many people will be across this story by now, the Selwyn College Hall of Residence in Dunedin being told to cease and desist its "nickname ceremony" - an annual practice in which students were given cheeky/vulgar/offensive nicknames based on perceived personality or physical appearance.
Many North Island regions are feeling very sodden, although a milder week in King Country raised soil temperatures and put a green tinge on low pasture covers. Grape pruning continues in Marlborough. One grower says his 35 hectare block near Seddon will be finished by the end of next week.
The Defence Force is looking for a buyer for 20 of its light armoured vehicles that have sat idle now for years. Potential buyers from a foreign country visited in February last year. There's been overseas interest many times but no buyers.
A plan to train hundreds of Dunedin residents as tradespeople for the city's new $1.4 billion hospital build.
A record number of car drivers in Tennessee are driving around using Confederate flag license plates.
Alt-right speakers Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux have had their visas approved, there is no reason to deny them access to NZ says the Government, and the organiser of their trip says they will come, even if they won't be speaking in any premises controlled by the Auckland Council.
Most of us take them everywhere, to work, in the kitchen and for some nasty people, the bathroom. And so really it should come as no surprise that new research has found our cell phone is ten times dirtier than a toilet seat.
Country Life has a new series. The team's visiting rural communities with populations under 500. First stop Owaka - the gateway to the Catlins.
Former RNZ Rural News reporter Alexa Cook is travelling through Europe with her boyfriend. She tells Cosmo about the farming observations she has made in Portugal and southern Spain.
This week DoC's Threatened Species Ambassador Nic Toki introduces us to the NZ glow worm, Arachnocampa luminosa, or Titiwai - the constellation of the caves!
Ros Cole-Baker tells us about Te Whara track, also known as Bream Head, which is near Whangarei and rated as one of the country's most spectacular day walks.
Food writer Kelly Gibney shares her best tips for making porridge, with and without rolled oats. She also tells us how to make her tasty recipe Indian spiced brown rice porridge.
Call for Immigration NZ to prioritise Samoa Quota review; Infected mosquitoes released in Suva to fight dengue; It's five years since Australia restarted its policy of detaining asylum seekers in Papua New Guinea and Nauru; We visit the Sikh Temple in the heart of Auckland's largest Pacific community, which is feeding whanau and is now an emerg ...…
Fiji health authorities have started releasing an infected mosquito in communities around Suva as part of efforts to fight diseases like dengue.
Richard Swainson reviews The Equalizer 2 and Stray
Stephen Stills eponymous first solo album.
Take two engaging hosts, one interesting topic, add some reading and background research, and then record a conversation where they explain the subject's complexities, and tell each other all the most interesting bits. That's the basic recipe of the Stuff You Should Know podcast, and with more than 1000 episodes recorded over the past 10 years, ...…
Bereavement and grief are major life events that happen to all of us eventually. But there aren't many how-to guides to help you navigate your way through the death of a loved one, and it isn't always an easy subject to talk about. Inspired by her own experiences, the English actor and comedian Cariad Lloyd started collecting life stories about ...…
In light of the good news that Auckland cavoodle Bowie was reunited with her owners, 3 months after going missing, a Facebook group is pointing to other dogs still missing.
The largest collection of New Zealand poetry is being stored in a converted double garage in suburban Wellington. Dr Niel Wright has amassed more than 5,000 works in his retro-fitted garage.
The latest report from Netsafe shows that in the first quarter of this year New Zealanders were conned out of 7.9 million dollars through online romance scams.
Slow TV, those relaxing images of ferry rides and burning logs and people knitting, could be facing some serious competition from 'The Boring Talks', a BBC series celebrating the seemingly mundane and the trivial. Blockbusting topics like a history of yellow lines, book pricing algorithms, and the international regulation of wooden pallets, are ...…
In 1968, the American senator and politician Robert F. Kennedy was shot and killed at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. It was just 4 and a half years after the assassination of his older brother John F. Kennedy in Dallas. A lone gunman called Sirhan Sirhan was captured at the scene with a revolver in his hand, and convicted and sentenced to ...…
An open and shut case? The RFK Tapes. The Boring Talks: on tracking sneezes and ice cream vans. Griefcast: comedians share their tales of bereavement and loss. How skyscrapers work: The Stuff You Should Know.
17 year old pianist Lixin Zhang is already a star. The year 13 Burnside High student’s debut album Play has just been released on Rattle and has shot to number 1 on RNZ Concert’s chart. He tells Eva Radich about his love of the piano, how many hours he practices and how despite the pressure he manages to still have real play in his life.…
This week we discuss the Super Rugby quarter finals, upsets and intrigue following the FIFA World Cup, the steps Joseph Parker needs to take to reclaim heavyweight boxing glory and former Kiwis captain Mark Graham's induction into the NRL Hall of Fame.
Federated Farmers is warning against climate change measures that could harm New Zealand's ability to pay its way in the world.
The Hurricanes are taking a hard-nosed approach to tonight's do-or-die Super Rugby quarter-final showdown against the Chiefs in Wellington.
The telecommuncations company, Hawaiki Submarine Cable, says its new 15-thousand-kilometre, deep-sea fibre optic cable that links New Zealand, Australia, the Pacific and United States is now open for business.
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Don Lewthwaite from FNZC.
The airline catering company, LSG Sky Chefs says it relies on temporary staff and it will be assessing the impact of a recent court decision in favour of labour hire workers.
The tourism industry says it will need well over a billion dollars in sustainable funding to develop the sector, which is well beyond the government's proposed vistor levy.
Small businesses are the most pessimistic about the economy in nearly a decade.
Small businesses are the most pessimistic about the economy in nearly a decade.
Two right-wing Canadian speakers are granted visas to speak in New Zealand. The police investigate Wellington bus drivers' working hours.
Te Radar and Elisabeth Easther take a look at the more unusual stories of the week including the woman described as 'Britain's worst neighbour' who made headlines for installing a special high pitched alarm targeting the children next door.
Sports Commentator, Brendan Telfer reflects on the Football World Cup. Was it really the best ever ? The world's top two cricketing nations, India and England, currently in the midst of a struggle across all three forms of the game. And Usain Bolt is heading down under but not to run. An Australian Football franchise, the Central Coast Mariners ...…
Music reviewer Jeremy Taylor from Slow Boat records presents an unreleased album from an iconic jazz saxophonist, some shivery pop from Elroy Finn, and the latest lengthy installment from Mark Kozelek's diary.
Marcus Greville from Unity Books reviews Pale Rider by Laura Spinney, published by Vintage UK.
Robbie Ellis is a New Zealander living in Chicago, making his living as radio DJ, performer, music teacher, musical director and he also writes very funny songs. He fully admits that he is very hard to put in one box because he has his finger in so many pies. While he has composed music for the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Auckland Philharmo ...…
In the second of his two programmes celebrating the high-quality releases on the Nonesuch label, William Dart focuses on a new album from Thomas Bartlett (aka Doveman) and Nico Muhly, in which the world of Balinese gamelan melds with memories and dreams of Bartlett's Vermont childhood.
Edward White reports from Taiwan, where he is a correspondent for the Financial Times. He reviews the upcoming elections in Cambodia and Pakistan, and the security crackdowns in both countries.
How to encourage more Pasifika students into the sciences at high school and tertiary education? One science teacher in South Auckland has gone from having six students in his chemistry classes in 1997 to now where chemistry, physics and biology classes are bursting at the seams. Kane Raukura is head of science at De La Salle College in Mangere ...…
Forest Owners Association President Peter Weir says landowners are worried that any decision not to replant trees in dangerous terrain will see them penalised for not meeting environmental regulations. WorkSafe says steep slopes with cash crops like radiata pine might have to be left bare after harvest, to avoid tragic accidents by logging crews.…
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