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Best Cameron Mitchell podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Cameron Mitchell podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Packed with trivia, comedy and celebrity guests, Ask Me Another is like an amusement park for your brain. Host Ophira Eisenberg and musician Jonathan Coulton take brilliant contestants on a roller coaster that'll make you laugh and scream (out the answers)—and barely anyone throws up in a trash can.
 
Modern Love features top actors performing true stories of love, loss, and redemption. It has included performances by Kate Winslet, Uma Thurman, Angela Bassett, Jake Gyllenhaal, Sterling K. Brown, and more. A collaboration between WBUR and The New York Times.
 
Creator, promoter, and hostess of the legendary Trannyshack! and Mother drag shows in San Francisco has a brand new podcast! Heklina is an actor, drag star, performance artist, hostess, and DJ in San Francisco and around the world. Now she's coming to you exclusively through her new podcast "Drag Time with Heklina!" You may have seen her on the E! Entertainment Network, NBC’s “Trauma”, Margaret Cho's “The Cho Show”, VH1's “Playing it Straight”, Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show”, BBC Televisi ...
 
LGBTQ&A (recommended by The New York Times) documents modern queer and trans history. This weekly interview podcast from The Advocate gets beyond transition and coming out stories in order to get to know each person's defining moments, their accomplishments, and how they got to where they are today. LGBTQ&A is hosted and created by Jeffrey Masters. All new episodes are now on Luminary! For more, go to LuminaryPodcasts.com.
 
Frame By Frame is a podcast series hosted by editor and producer Isabel Sadurni, that introduces you to the most influential, respected and accomplished cinema post-production professionals working in New York today. Through intimate, informal discussions between collaborators about post-production craft, aesthetics, process and technique, we’ll recognize and celebrate the iconic films and people that have made New York film history as well as those contemporaries who continue to make import ...
 
A Winnipeg-based music podcast and UMFM radio show created by Ashley Bieniarz since 2015. Each episode features interviews with emerging or established local music-makers to connect fans or influence other musicians who are thinking of starting a performing career. Through stories of songwriting, album releases and tours from around the world, listen to the unique journeys of local artists who love what they do.
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
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We are back! This time with very special guest John Cameron Mitchell who is weathering the stay-at-home order in a high desert yurt in California. We get an update on the Return to the Origin of Love Tour: The Songs and Stories of Hedwig by JCM and Stephen Trask, featuring Amber Martin. JCM and Heklina chat about some of the inspirations for Hedwig…
 
Courier vans are considered an essential service - so why aren't they doing more deliveries? Freightways, for example, has seen their volume of sales drop by 65%, but they need to stay open because they are an essential service. The argument is that why not fill the courier van up to capacity with all kinds of deliveries - if the van is making deli…
 
France's health minister has reported the country's highest 24-hour death toll recorded in the country since the Covid-19 pandemic began. Olivier Veran said that 833 people died of coronavirus in hospitals and nursing homes since yesterday. Though some predicted that the infection rate might start to slow, Veran said that "we have not reached the e…
 
It's being suggested the key to staying well during the Covid-19 pandemic and heading into winter is good sleep. British broadcaster and doctor Michael Mosley has released his book 'Fast Asleep', highlighting the importance of a good night's rest. He told Mike Hosking sleep greatly impacts the immune system. “What is amazing is that during a deep s…
 
Butchers, bakers and greengrocers can make up for a lack of foot traffic by trading online - something that's only recently been cleared up. Many had shut up shop but some took a risk and continued trading via their website. Westmere Butchery owner Dave Rossiter told Mike Hosking they have a website and while they weren't a hundred percent sure, th…
 
Today's being described as the blackest day of a very dark period for the UK, and the rest of the world. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in intensive care with Covid-19 after 10 days of symptoms, which have become worse. He's still conscious and doctors say it's a precaution in case he needs to go on a ventilator. Political commentator Rod …
 
Thousands of New Zealanders have been laid off as a result of the coronavirus pandemic but the Government's subsidy scheme is cushioning the blow, says Finance Minister Grant Robertson. He told Newstalk ZB's Mike Hosking that he expects more than one million Kiwi workers will take up the $585 per week subsidy, which is offered for 12 weeks. It help…
 
I think we have to take heart out of the numbers, don’t we? Surely this is the turning point of sorts we are looking for. Yes, numbers are still rising. And no, the fact yesterday was slightly lower than the day before is not a trend, but the numbers in total don’t add up to much, the borders are closed essentially, those arriving back are down to …
 
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to the intensive care unit of a London hospital after his coronavirus symptoms dramatically worsened Monday, just a day after he was admitted for what were said to be routine tests. Johnson was admitted to St. Thomas’ Hospital late Sunday, 10 days after he was diagnosed with COVID-19, the first major w…
 
Health Minister David Clark has been demoted after driving his family 20km to a beach to go for a walk in the first weekend of the lockdown - a breach that the Prime Minister says he would normally be sacked for. "At a time when we are asking New Zealanders to make historic sacrifices I've let the team down. I've been an idiot," Clark said in a sta…
 
There are hopes New Zealand's housing market will bounce back from COVID-19. More than 5,000 house sales are currently in limbo. Harcourts New Zealand managing director Bryan Thomsen told Mike Hosking he's optimistic the market will be resilient. "You would have to be optimistic that New Zealand fared well and we're going to come out of the back en…
 
The Ministry of Health's backing its COVID-19 testing capacity. Cabinet ministers will today work through what needs to happen for the nationwide lockdown to end in 16 days. Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield told Mike Hosking so far, more than 36,000 tests have been completed. He says the ministry's not testing at capacity to ensure w…
 
The next two weeks will be crucial in the United States' fight against the coronavirus, warn health officials, who are urging Americans to continue practising social-distancing measures. "This is the moment to not be going to the grocery store, not going to the pharmacy, but doing everything you can to keep your family and your friends safe," Dr. D…
 
A criminal investigation will be launched by police into the conduct of Carnival Australia amid the Ruby Princess cruise ship debacle, which saw 2700 passengers get off the ship in Sydney despite passengers showing coronavirus symptoms. NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller confirmed there would be a criminal investigation into who was to blame for a…
 
Some questions to think about this morning. Obviously the biggest one is, is this lockdown working? Another would be, how do we really know? If you don’t test, you don’t know. The cases we have are cases found by testing. The rolling average of tests is a bit over 2000 in the past week. We have the capacity now for over 5000 a day, why have we neve…
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says there will be three "early indicators" which will help guide the Cabinet on whether the lockdown should be lifted in 16 days - and has confirmed the Government was offered the sale of the closed NZ arm of Bauer magazines for $1. In a wide-ranging interview, Ardern told Mike Hosking on Newstalk ZB today that she un…
 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II addressed the nation Sunday in a rare televised speech and called for unity amid the coronavirus pandemic. "Together we are tackling this disease, and I want to reassure you that if we remain united and resolute, then we will overcome it," the Queen said. "I hope in the years to come everyone will be able to take pride …
 
Work’s underway to get some clarity on how the construction industry can emerge from the lockdown Commercial and residential builds have ground to a halt. Infrastructure New Zealand chief executive Paul Blair says one in 10 New Zealanders are employed in construction – and their latest survey shows there could be 30 percent job losses over the next…
 
There are fears hundreds of Ruby Princess crew are sick with coronavirus, as the controversial cruise ship remains floating off NSW’s coast. Six crew members from the Ruby Princess have already been taken off the ship, including a 66-year-old man who was medically evacuated off earlier today. More than 500 confirmed cases of coronavirus and seven d…
 
A star of the hit quiz show The Chase has teamed up with a New Zealand pub to entertain people during lockdown. The New Zealand company Believe It or Not Quiz Nights is keeping trivia fans entertained by posting quizzes to its Facebook page. The company hosted its first live-streamed pub quiz on YouTube on Wednesday night, where two players compete…
 
More than 6.6 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week — doubling a record high set just one week earlier — a sign that layoffs are accelerating in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak. Combined with last week's report that 3.3 million people sought unemployment aid two weeks ago, the U.S. economy has now suffered nearly 10 mi…
 
Every Friday morning, Mike Hosking takes you through the big ticket items of the week and lets you know what he makes of it all. The Epidemic Response Committee. 9/10. "What a wondrous revelation this has been. It's democracy in action. And it's shown a government appallingly exposed on testing, their lack of plan and planning, changes to essential…
 
Cold water is being poured on the suggestion Air New Zealand could enter the Australian market. From today, our national carrier will fly just 14 times a day on domestic routes. Aviation analysts are suggesting that Air New Zealand should join the Australian domestic market – with airlines like Virgin Australia likely to go bust. But former Aviatio…
 
COMMENT: These must be strange times. Shamubeel Eaqub and I turn out to be in lock step on one key thing: We need an adult in the room. That's what he said to Parliament's Epidemic Response Committee. That committee might have been one of the great modern democratic discoveries. All the stuff you never hear about, all the Parliamentary question tim…
 
Winston Peters says getting Kiwis home to New Zealand and other travellers out of the country is a nightmare. The Government has a repatriation plan to ensure foreign nationals can leave the country safely. The Foreign Affairs Minister says it's been made very clear that people should try to get home fast, as options continue to reduce. Peters told…
 
A frontline doctor has described his and colleagues' frustration over the lack of testing for Covid-19 - and says the Government may now need to move to some form of community surveillance. "We have been frustrated over the level of testing. Doctors on the frontline can only really test patients who walk through our door," Wellington urgent care do…
 
A frontline doctor has described his and colleagues' frustration over the lack of testing for Covid-19 - and says the Government may now need to move to some form of community surveillance. And his views have been backed by National leader Simon Bridges - chair of the Epidemic Response Committee - who told Newstalk ZB's Mike Hosking that the number…
 
Issues at our laboratories are behind the lag in testing for Covid-19. Covid-19 testing's being ramped up and a broader surveillance plan for the virus is being developed. The aim is to have five thousand tests a day. Royal College of GPs Medical Director Bryan Betty says there have been problems with the supply of test kits and the way the criteri…
 
Owners of small businesses who are unsure how to access financial assistance, have questions about support packages, or just need a business mentor, can now get the help they need from skilled volunteers thanks to charitable trust Who Did You Help Today? "New Zealand is a nation of small businesses, who right now are struggling. We're also a countr…
 
Premier Giuseppe Conte has extended Italy’s nationwide lockdown and industrial shutdown for another 10 days until April 13, arguing that the coronavirus emergency is far from over even if the rate of new infections is starting to slow. Conte said Wednesday that if Italy were to ease its restrictions now, before the virus is fully under control, “al…
 
A Hawke's Bay grower says approximately 12 million apples will likely rot on his trees because of Covid-19 disruptions to the fruit market. Yummy Apples general manager Paul Paynter said last week was right up there with the most stressful he had experienced in the industry, including the March 1994 Hawke's Bay hailstorm which caused hundreds of th…
 
Any bounce back in the aviation industry following the Covid-19 pandemic is expected to be a lot more moderate than first thought. Emirates has received a Government bail-out, as has Air New Zealand. CNN's Richard Quest told Mike Hosking companies won't want to spend large amounts of money on travel because they won't know their full economic posit…
 
New Zealand Rugby (NZR) has offered to bail out the country's Super Rugby franchises with an injection of $1.25 million over the next three months - as the organisation continues to battle with the game's unprecedented shutdown. NZR chief Executive Mark Robinson said in a statement that an emergency grant of $250,000 each is to be made available to…
 
The death toll in the UK has soared again, with 563 deaths and 4324 new cases recorded in one day. The dramatic spike sees the number of total deaths reach 2352 with almost 30,000 known to be infected, as debate rages on the country's testing programme. The pandemic has also seen the historic cancellation of some of the UK's most iconic events - no…
 
Economic pragmatism, not to mention economic expertise, is required to work and pay our way out of this mess. We are more than entitled to question whether the people right now in charge of this country's economic future are up to it. This week's minimum wage increase is a sign of no pragmatism, and a rose tinted view of economic reality. Not to me…
 
Our manufacturing future could depend on some factories being allowed to open up during the lockdown. Finance Minister Grant Robertson has indicated manufacturing will be a central way of getting out of the covid economic hole. Employers and Manufacturers Association chief executive Brett O’Riley told Mike Hosking there’s great potential, but the l…
 
While many fruit businesses are still shipping out product during Covid-19, they're also struggling to find workers. Companies like Yummy Apples rely on backpackers to top up fruit picker numbers, but many have flown home. Yummy Apples General manager Paul Paynter told Mike Hosking they're going to lose 12 million apples this year as they simply do…
 
Today's lift in the minimum wage is designed to stimulate the economy during Covid-19. The minimum wage is rising a $1.20 to $18.90 an hour. Small Business Minister Stuart Nash told Mike Hosking it's the right thing to do. He says they're providing a wage subsidy to support people through Covid-19 and raising the minimum wage for those who're worki…
 
New Zealand Rugby chief executive Mark Robinson says everyone must share the pain of the coronavirus crisis as he confronts potential revenue losses in excess of $100 million and issues sweeping 40 per cent wage cuts across the organisation for the next three months. No one in the sporting sphere will be spared the fallout as the global pandemic fr…
 
The coronavirus death toll in Australia has risen to 20. The 95-year-old woman from Sydney’s Dorothy Henderson Lodge died yesterday, NSW Health announced this morning, the state’s ninth death. The latest victim is the fifth resident of the hard-hit Macquarie Park nursing home to die. It comes as the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases reaches …
 
An epidemiologist says testing for Covid-19 should include those who show no signs of the virus. The Government has opened up testing to those with symptoms who haven’t had a history of travel or exposure to someone with the illness. Auckland University epidemiologist Simon Thornley says told Mike Hosking widening the net is very important. "In Ice…
 
A keen eye is being put on construction to build up the economy. The Government has unveiled a group to seek out new infrastructure projects that are good to go as soon as Covid-19 is dealt with. The Infrastructure Industry Reference Group will look for projects that can start within six months after the pandemic, in addition to already government-…
 
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