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A podcast about the intersection of art and faith, from art in sacred spaces to artists and curators engaged with issues of faith. In each episode, critic and art historian David Trigg welcomes a different guest for whom faith has played a significant role in their life and work. Exhibiting Faith is supported using public funding by Arts Council England.
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Arete is a Greek word that essentially means “the fulfilment of one’s full potential”. Or as the famous Greek author Homer wrote, “where heroes gather to realise their full potential”. The Arete podcast is designed to showcase the careers of leading CEOs, Chairs and other successful senior leaders. Rather than a formal interview, this is a relaxed “fireside chat” style conversation, where Richard Triggs talks to the guest about their careers, key achievements, lessons learned along the way, ...
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This is the REX Podcast feed - your one-stop-shop for all things Rural. REX is the best of rural radio hosted by Dominic George. Dedicated to the backbone of NZ, join us as we discuss rural challenges and issues, find stories that inspire and empower, and celebrate key players in the sector across Aotearoa. For more rural news and updates, head to www.rexonline.co.nz.
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with DINZ Industry Capability Manager John Ladley about the deer sector and integrated farm planning... He talks with WeatherWatch CEO Phil Duncan about what's in store for the next week... He talks with Wonky Box co-founder Angus Simms about the origin of the company and its new fruit-only box... And he talks with Ben…
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If anyone knows the cuisine of Nice, it’s Rosa Jackson, owner of Les Petits Farcis for over twenty years. Located in the sunny south of France, Niçoise cooking is known for its freshness and Mediterranean flavors, using ingredients that range from local olive oil and anchovies to vibrant vegetables, such as tomatoes, Swiss chard, and zucchini (and …
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In this episode, Julia has a good chat with herself, discussing managing risk and director obligations, drawing insights from recent events in New Zealand's cooperative sector. Julia also shares experiences from Field Days 2024 and provides a preview of upcoming engagements in Western Australia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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On today's podcast, Dom once again presents interviews from Fieldays 2024 at Mystery Creek; he talks with NZ Olympian Sam Dakin on the eve of the Paris Games about making the track cycling sprint team, the history of the keirin event and his business endeavors... He talks with DairyNZ CE Campbell Parker about the state of the dairy industry and its…
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On today’s podcast, Dom is once again at Fieldays at Mystery Creek; he talks with Fencing commentator Craig Wiggins about this year’s competition and the Fieldays ‘vibe’ for 2024… He talks with Hayden Dillon from Findex about the inquiry into rural banking, the state of the economy and his latest podcast recommendation… He catches up with the forme…
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On today’s podcast, Dom is live at Fieldays 2024 at Mystery Creek; he talks with Power Farming CEO Tom Ruddenklau about tractor sales, the relevance of Fieldays and the geography of NZ… He talks with Stoney Creek CEO Brent McConnell about its new 100% NZ wool range of apparel, the history of the business and its place within rural New Zealand… He t…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Tony Thompson from Glen Anthony Simmentals about his upcoming sale, 50 years in the breeding business and his thoughts on the future of the industry... He talks with Organics Aotearoa NZ Chair Chris Morrison about new funding for a self-funded sector body and the current state of the organics industry... He talks …
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Scottish correspondent Duncan Macalister about poor weather, the state of European politics and the burgeoning whisky industry... He talks with Federated Farmers Meat & Wool Chair Toby Williams about his boycott of wool auctions and the possibility of a farmer-led wool collective... He talks with the Chair of the …
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In this podcast episode, Craig Piggott, founder and CEO of Halter, shares his transformation from aspiring vet to ag-tech innovator, detailing his journey from working at Rocket Lab to creating a pioneering cow collar technology that enhances farm efficiency. The discussion covers the focus and grit needed for startup life, the strategic selection …
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Andrew Powdrell from Turiroa Angus Stud about its upcoming sale and his family's 80 years in the breeding game... He talks with United Fresh President Jerry Prendergast about its latest Trend Report, including five food predictions for 2024 and beyond... He talks with Fife Lane Executive Chef Robbie Webber about w…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Julia Jones from the Real Optimism podcast about her recent participation in a Roundtable discussion about the future of agricultural journalism in NZ... He talks with Carter's Brand Ambassador Richard Loe about wool insulation, Super rugby and the fate of the Canterbury A&P Show... And he catches up with REX soci…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Stu Davison from HighGround Dairy about the latest Global Dairy Trade Event (+1.7%)... He talks with Murray King about becoming a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to the dairy industry... He chats with Robert Peacock from Orari Gorge Hereford about its Annual Bull Sale... And he talks with Api…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Wilson Matthewson from Glenrae Hops in Nelson about the hop industry, how he got into it and the changing nature of alcohol consumption in NZ... He talks with Andrew Pitman from FAR about the maize season, new research projects and the implications for NZ from Europe's Green Deal... He talks to NZ National Fielday…
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In this podcast episode, Kerry Allen, Agri-Business Curriculum Director at St Paul's Collegiate in Waikato, shares her experience of revolutionising agribusiness education in New Zealand. She discusses the development and national rollout of a new agribusiness curriculum that integrates various disciplines and meets industry needs. The episode cove…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Meat Industry Association CEO Sirma Karapeeva about the US overtaking China as New Zealand's largest red meat market... He talks with Emily Lucas from West Coast Pies about the local ingredients that makes up their award-winning pies... He talks with DairyNZ CEO about World Milk Day (June 1) and the importance of …
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Professor Hugh Campbell from Otago University about the latest report from the Parliamentary Commission for the Environment, which contains some sobering reading... He talks with the Head of Agribusiness at Westpac NZ, Tim Henshaw, about its Sustainable Farm Loan... He talks with Central Otago Hunt Life Member Joh…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Silver Fern Farms 5th Quarter Group Manager Justin Lawrence about its history, contribution to the sector and applications for the future... He talks with three-time Stihl Timbersports World Champion Jack Jordan about beating his own world record, his training regime and his King Country farm... He talks with Rich…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with AgResearch Senior Scientist James Turner about new research into the barriers to digital uptake on New Zealand farms... He talks turbulence, cloud seeding and the June outlook with WeatherWatch CEO Phil Duncan... He talks with Chiefs hooker and Taranaki farm boy Bradley Slater about life as a pro rugby player, gro…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with the CEO of New Zealand Story David Downs about telling the country's farming stories better... He talks with Matt Strahan from Nufarm about the new Grassmanship online calculator, herbicide resistance and kiwifruit... He talks with the founder and CEO of MACSO, Saba Samiei, about its respiratory health monitoring …
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In this episode, Charles Taituha and Julia delve into agricultural leadership, community and influencing generations. In this reflective conversation, Charles shares his career journey, his purpose of helping farmers and explains how his leadership has been shaped by family, culture, and mentors. The discussion covers the importance of facing chall…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with NZ Special Agricultural Trade Envoy Hamish Marr about his recent overseas trade excursions and his impending trip to Canada and the US... He talks with Ollie Belton, founder of Carbon Forest Services Ltd and a member of the ETS Technical Advisory Group, about the government's plans with the ETS and how this might …
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Wayne Perkins about his Shearmaster system that's up for an Innovation Award at Fieldays... He catches up with Ben Purua, winner of the Ahuwhenua Young Maori Farmer Award for Dairy... He talks with Scion Scientist Alan Jones about his new guide to short rotation forestry... And he talks with Sandra Faulkner about …
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Stu Davison from HighGround Dairy about the latest Global Dairy Trade Event (+3.3%)... He talks with Kirsten Searle from Matawhero Wines ahead of International Chardonnay Day (23rd May)... He catches up with Craig 'Wiggy' Wiggins about the recent NZ Roundtable for Sustainable Beef Conference... And, he talks with …
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Today's episode of the Other Side of the Bell is brought to you by Bob Reeves Brass. Check out all the information for what the shop is bringing to the International Trumpet Guild conference in Anaheim for 2024. This episode's special guest is Brian Swartz. Trumpeter Brian Swartz is a diverse musician with a wide range of influences. He has appeare…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Domenico Cortesi, a quail breeder in Dunedin who was born in Italy, raised in South Africa, emigrated to Australia and has been a farmer, animal genetics lecturer and manufacturer of equipment for food processing, among other things... He talks with Ward farmer Locky Taylor about receiving a Century Farms award...…
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In this episode of Real Optimism, Tim Deane shares his journey from working in the corporate world to becoming the owner of Norsewear, a leading wool brand in New Zealand. He discusses his career path, the strategic acquisition of Norsewear, and his commitment to capturing the true value for New Zealand's wool. The episode delves into the challenge…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Gore farmer Quentin Whitehead about shedding sheep, shearing and TV commercials... He talks with Southland farmer Andrew Miller about winning the Southland Ballance Environment Award... He talks with Angus Pro Chair Tim Brittain about a new World Angus Evaluation and his upcoming sale... And he talks with Bay of I…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with NZ Hops CEO Blair Stewart about the 2024 hop harvest and the challenges currently facing the industry... He talks irrigation and rugby with Think Water Canterbury Managing Director and ex-Crusader Sam Broomhall... He talks with Andrew Kersley from SmartMachine about its flagship product Oxin, the world’s first ful…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Bremworth CEO Greg Smith about the German film crew filming a short documentary on NZ's wool industry that's set to be seen by millions... He talks with Kate Cocks and Latisha McMurray from Mt Nicholas Station about their range of merino products and their idea to grow a network of like-minded producers... He talk…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with DCANZ Executive Director Kimberly Crewther about Canada's disregard for the CPTPP rules and its effect on the NZ dairy industry... He talks with James and Debbie Stewart from Dairylands in Manawatu about receiving the 2024 Fonterra Responsible Dairying Award... He catches up with Whitestone Cheese Managing Directo…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with the Executive GM of Fibre Frontier, Anna Mitchell, about the main talking points from the recent Rural Connectivity Symposium... He talks with Amanda Johnson from Spy Valley Wine about breaking into the Kenyan market... He talks with Gareth Innes from PolyNatural about a new natural replacement for plastic trellis…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Temuka farmer Clinton Fawthorpe about Alliance's call for capital raising... He talks with the founder of WoolAid Lucas Smith about the continuing growth of the award winning merino wool adhesive bandages... He talks with the new Federated Farmers Meat and Wool Chair in Manawatu/Rangitikei, Laura Morrison... And h…
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In this episode of Real Optimism, food science expert and dairy farmer Anna Benny delves into the evolving world of dairy farming. She focuses on innovation, sustainability, and the challenges and opportunities brought by emerging technologies like precision fermentation. Anna explores the transformation of New Zealand's dairy industry following su…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Victorian famer and filmmaker Leila McDougall about her debut movie, Just a Farmer... He talks with Tahi Doonan from the South Island Dog Trials in Blenheim... He speaks with intrepid ag worker Jaime Triggs about duck hunting, working in Australia and her imminent stint in Canada... And he catches up with Deer Ind…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with ANZCO Foods CEO Peter Conley about its annual result... He talks with Amelia Dunbar from the Bitches' Box about their latest series of shows around rural NZ... He catches up with Southland dairy farmer Jason Herrick about his election as Federated Farmers local branch President... And he chats with REX social medi…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Stu Davison from HighGround Dairy about the latest Global Dairy Trade Event (+1.8%)... He talks with Stu Taylor, GM of Farming at Craigmore Sustainables, about investing innovation and the future of the NZ dairy industry... He talks with Professor of Nutritional Sciences at the Riddet Institute, Warren McNabb, abo…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Tafi Manjala about his NZ farming odyssey, from his native Zimbabwe to Southland, Bay of Plenty and Northland, where he currently works as an agribusiness consultant for AgFirst... He talks with the host of the Real Optimism podcast, Julia Jones, about alternative proteins and the future of NZ farming systems... H…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Jeremy Absolom from the Rissington Cattle Company about its link with Big Save Furniture and the Big Rural initiative... He talks with the Chair of the Otago Merino Association, Will Gibson, about its inaugural two tooth competition... He talks with the winner of the competition, Charlie Hore from Patearoa Station…
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In this podcast episode, Julia Jones speaks with Devry Boughner Vorwerk, a global leader in sustainability about creating sustainable and secure global food systems by combining innovation with tradition. They discuss the importance of collaborative solutions in agriculture, empowering small and mid-sized businesses, and the critical role of optimi…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Fish & Game North Canterbury Officer Richard Cosgrove on the eve of the 2024 Duck Hunting Opening Weekend... He talks to Stu Gibson from the Onga-Tiko rugby and sports club about grassroots rugby and his colourful match reports for the Blue Boars... He catches up with the Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year Katrina R…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Lincoln Uni student and lamb trader Angus Grant about his unusual journey into farming... He chats with Highlanders hookers Henry Bell and Jack Taylor about growing up on their respective family farms, life as pro footy players and their BBQ methods... He talks with Marijke Dunselman from Agritourism NZ and Alliso…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with AgProud NZ Chair Jon Pemberton about the Southland dairy scene, local catchment groups and National Lamb Day... He talks with Fed Farmers ShareFarmer Chair Sam Ebbett about how to avoid contract disputes over pasture covers... He chats with Otago/Southland Dairy Trainee of the Year Shannon Butler... And he catches…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Professor Hugh Campbell from Otago University about artificial proteins... He talks with Alliance CEO Willie Wiese about asking farmer shareholders for capital... He chats with AgriZeroNZ CEO Wayne McNee about the latest developments in accelerating the reduction of ag emissions... And he catches up with Harry God…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Anastasia Tristram from Floating Peaks wool products about their woolen tree guards from poplar poles... He talks with Olivia Ellis from Kelso Genetics about being named as an Ambassador on the Global Sheep Forum Next Generation Programme... He catches up with Charolais Breeder Magazine editor Anna Fisher about th…
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In this podcast episode, Siobhan O'Malley shares her journey from being a classicist to becoming a dairy farmer and entrepreneur in sustainable agriculture in Kokatahi, West Coast New Zealand. She discusses her experiences with share milking, winning the New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards, and co-founding the hemp-based knitwear brand Hemprino. Siob…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Agrifood and food systems policy analyst Antony So about his perceptions of NZ farming following a recent visit... He speaks with Hurricanes outside back Josh Moorby about growing up on a dairy farm and 'Canes unbeaten run in Super Rugby... He talks with Ray Mountford from Foresta about its pine chemicals and wood…
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This episode of The Other Side of the Bell, featuring jazz trumpeter Clint Baker Plog, is brought to you by Bob Reeves Brass. Clint Baker is a seasoned bandleader with over 40 years of experience in the music industry. Having traveled the world and shared his musical talents in both Europe and Asia, Clint has established himself as a versatile musi…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Westland Milk Products CEO Richard Wyeth about its record breaking annual results... He talks with the West Coast/Top of the South Share Farmer of the year, Michael Shearer... He speaks with the founder of Island Gelato Co. Ana Schwarz... And he catches up with Bronwyn Farquharson from Rissington in Hawke's Bay ab…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Anna Flowerday from Te Whare Ra Wines about the 2024 harvest, wine reviews and troubles with the Australian wine industry... He talks with Agriculture Minister Todd McClay about the First RMA Amendment Bill and what it means for farmers... He catches up with Craig 'Wiggy' Wiggins... And he finds out what's happeni…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks to NZ Cashmere Business Development Manager Olivia Sanders about diversifying into goats... He talks to Wairarapa farmer Pattie O'Boyle about her insights into the financial stress on sheep and beef farmers... He brings us part 2 of his chat with Nicky and Jamie Gaddum from Matangi Angus Beef, this time focusing on the…
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