Best oceania podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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The World Is Your Classroom! Join a podcast and get hands on training & tips from the travel industries TOP executives and InteleTravel.com Preferred Partners! Learn More To Earn More!
 
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Front Row
Daily
 
Live magazine programme on the worlds of arts, literature, film, media and music
 
Radio New Zealand daily and weekly programmes
 
The (audio-style) companion guide to sixprizes.com's premier Pokemon TCG strategy and analysis content.
 
In the "Voices of the Global Church" podcast, Dr. Graham Hill interviews leading Christian thinkers from all over the world about faith, worship, prayer, discipleship, witness, and more. Most of these Christians come from the Majority World (Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, Oceania, etc.). The focus is on listening and learning from World Christianity, and renewing the global church. You can find more resources at www.theglobalchurchproject.com
 
A daily current affairs programme covering the major Pacific stories of the week, with background and reaction from the people making the news.
 
Deep discussions about technology, enterprise IT, and the like
 
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The Sun Lounge
Monthly+
 
International solo artist Adam Dunning brings you a weekly dose of music and travel from the brighter side of life. Bossa Nova, Surf Jazz, Nu Jazz, and Folk from amazing world artists. Adam takes you to exotic destinations worldwide, tells you where you can find more of this fascinating music, as well as upcoming festivals in exotic wonderlands. Listen to it anywhere, or even while you're getting there. The Sun Lounge takes you somewhere else.
 
Tune in every Thursday as the gang at PUCL Podcast dives deeper into other aspects of the pokemon franchise, such as the TCG, Competitive Pokemon, Trivia, and more
 
Kanto Cast is a Pokemon Podcast where Blue, Yellow and even special guests sit down and share Pokemon news and give insight on the state of the meta-game. Current reoccurring topics and segments include VGC, the GBA Pokemon League, Global Link Tournaments, Team Reviews, Try Not To Be Terrible and Yellow's Game Log. - www.KantoNation.com - Not affiliated with Nintendo, Pokémon, Creatures Inc. or GAME FREAK Inc.
 
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Kiwi Running Show
Monthly
 
Celebrating all things running in our beautiful little corner of the world that we call New Zealand. Presented by running coaches Hayden Shearman and Hamish Meacheam. The Kiwi Running Show is brought to you by TempoFit — the running fitness programme that Kiwis love. Group training, plans, coaching, online courses and challenges. Whether you’re in New Zealand or around the world, let us help you love running!
 
Providing you the latest in Aussie Hoops! The Pick and Pop is a weekly podcast by Steve Chalmers and Craig Freeman that provides weekly news, views, and a bit of quirky along the way. We'll cover all the right spots in Aussie basketball be it on our shores or abroad!
 
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More than 65 million people are displaced globally. Hamiltonian Tania Jones met some of these refugees when she was volunteering Greece. When she came home she decided more needed to be done to support refugees here.
 
Diet can be a crucial component in the remission and prevention of diabetes. British professor Dr Anthony Leeds is a researcher and practicing medical doctor who is focusing on low energy diets to help with diabetes.
 
Dr Lucy Hone used resilience to help cope after her daughter Abi died in a crash in 2014. The New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing and Resilience director is now bringing those skills into kiwi schools.
 
The changes announced today focus on a health approach for the users of synthetic drugs, instructing police to consider treatment instead of prosecution.
 
Singer songwriter, Sophie Mashlan is only 19 but already making waves on the New Zealand folk scene - her debut album is out next year, and she's just released a new single - which she performs for us live.
 
Federated Farmers is backing calls for improvements to be made to a tool being used to calculate farm run-off into waterways.
 
The All Blacks outside back Ben Smith says the desire to experience the French culture and some familiar faces were the main reasons behind his decision to join French club Pau after next year's World Cup.
 
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Andrew Austin of FNZC.
 
The manager of Vital Healthcare Property Trust says its property development programme is well underway with the recent addition of 195-million dollars of hospital and clinics in the portfolio.
 
Small locally-owned funeral homes are expected to remain a force in the market, despite larger Australian operators moving in and taking an increasing stake.
 
A multinational health technology company has been in in the country buying up some local developers.
 
A government crack-down on synthetic drug suppliers. Theresa May survives a confidence vote, but will her Brexit deal get the same support?
 
Lara Strongman reviews two new drama series that have been adapted from popular novels. She's been watching, My Brilliant Friend on TVNZ and The City and The City on Neon.
 
Auckland couple Peter and Sandra Altman have been involved in the Toughlove organisation for 25 years, focussing on providing ongoing support for parents and teenagers going through difficult times. They have a checklist to run through to help parents and teens navigate a harmonious Christmas period and the long summer ahead. And the Altmans sa ...…
 
Our technology commentator, Sarah Putt, has her top ten of the year including the battering of the "Founder Myth", the annus horribilis for Facebook, the NZ CFO debacle and robots stealing our jobs. There was also the Lime scooter revolution and creepy tech in the home.
 
Catriona Ferguson reviews We Can See You by Simon Kernick, which is published by Penguin Random House.
 
Iris confronts Liam about Faye Prescott. He's defensive and inwardly justifies it. Iris begins to understand Billy's behaviour is not simple grief. Liam finally attends counselling alone.
 
The electric bike revolution has reached the farm with a electric-powered farm bike that can last for 120km and makes no noise compared to a petrol bike. Timothy Allan in one of the minds behind UBCO's electric bike that is also used by commuters who also want to head off road at the weekends. It's a New Zealand invention and is making great in ...…
 
Louis John Steele was celebrated during his life as one of New Zealand's great artists. He was one of Charles Goldie's first teachers and collaborated with him with him on major projects. But when Steele died 100 years ago, he was penniless and was buried in an unmarked grave. Last year, his painting of Sir John Logan Campbell was rediscovered ...…
 
UK correspondent: Matthew Parris will have the latest on the UK prime minister's a last-minute appeal for support at an emotional meeting of backbench MPs. She told them she will not lead the party into the next scheduled election in 2022 - but wants to stay on to deliver her Brexit deal. She faces a vote of confidence in her leadership after 4 ...…
 
After months of uncertainty and disquiet in the science community Te Papa's restructure is out. Five roles in all have been disestablished across Te Papa, of which two are currently vacant. The rationalized restructure follows strong criticism that had focused on proposed changes to science, with fears expressed over Te Papa's natural history c ...…
 
Two new films with comic book superheroes at the centre - Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse and Aquaman - have just been released. Aquaman is DC’s follow-up to their hugely successful 2017 film Wonder Woman, while Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is an animated superhero film which imagines Spidermen (and women) from alternative universes who ...…
 
Students at Otago University have a bit of a reputation when it comes to drinking, and soon they'll have a bar of their own. The Otago University Students' Association has bought Starters Bar on Frederick Street - one of the few remaining bars close to the University campus. Events manager for the union is Jason Shroeder.…
 
It's now summer, and that means trips to the beach, sun bathing at the local park and swims down at the river. But Consumer New Zealand is warning sun seekers not to believe everything they read when using sunblock, with more than half of sunscreens tested by the independent watchdog failing to meet the protection rating printed on the label. B ...…
 
Foreign Minister Winston Peters leaves today for a trip to the United States where he'll meet with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Vice President Mike Pence. While in Washington, Mr Peters will also give a speech on "how New Zealand and the United States can strengthen cooperation to address challenges in the Pacific". Robert Patman is Profe ...…
 
The latest news in Tongan language (Lea Faka-Tonga) - brought to you by our partner - Pacific Media Network.The latest news in Tongan language (Lea Faka-Tonga) - brought to you by our partner - Pacific Media Network.
 
High costs have derailed an online voting trial for the 2019 local government elections. Nine councils banded together to run online voting - partly in a bid to improve voter turnout. Marguerite Delbet is from the online voting working party and is in our Auckland studio.
 
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
 
More than 5000 young people in Northland have been vaccinated against the new W strain of meningococcal disease. That means the district health board has just ten days left to meet its target of immunising 20,000. Paediatrician Dr Ailsa Tuck leads the programme. She talks to Susie Ferguson.
 
In the UK, Conservative MPs are voting right now on whether Theresa May should stay as their leader. She's made a last minute appeal that she should continue to be Prime Minister, to lead Britain out of Europe. But in what could be a crucial concession,. she's told MPs she won't lead the party into the next election, currently due to be held in ...…
 
An Aboriginal man facing deportation to New Zealand says Australian immigration authorities are ripping people away from their homeland. Brendan Thoms was born in New Zealand - he has a New Zealand father and his mother is descended from the Gunggarri people of south-west Queensland. He has been in Australia since age seven but doesn't have Aus ...…
 
The Air New Zealand engineers' strike has been called off, but just the threat of industrial action has had a big ripple effect through the tourism sector. Tourism operators have been scrambling to re-book their customers. The Tourism Export Council represents tourist business operators. Its chief executive is Judy Chen. We talk to her and Sue ...…
 
Team Wellington have lost a thrilling opening match at football's FIFA club world cup in the UAE, going down in heartbreaking fashion to local champions Al Ain 4-3 in a penalty shootout.
 
After 30 years of talks and nearly 160 years of disagreement, a law's been passed to resolve the long dispute over leasehold land at Waitara. The Taranaki wars began at Waitara - six kilometres inland from New Plymouth - when British troops fired shots at Māori, who didn't want to sell up. The land was taken and ended up in the hands of the New ...…
 
The latest news in Niuean language (Vagahau Niue) - brought to you by our partner - Pacific Media Network.
 
A high profile social justice campaigner and former martial arts exponent who claims to be a friend of the Prime Minister sent her a text applauding the government on its decision to give Czech drug smuggler Karol Sroubek residency. Richie Hardcore, who refers to Jacinda Ardern as a friend and 'the people's champ' sent the message, although the ...…
 
Hundreds of armed police in France are still searching for a gunman who killed three people and injured several others. The shooter, who was on a security watchlist, opened fire at a popular Christmas market in the historic city of Strasbourg before fleeing. Isam Faraz who sells chestnuts in the market, describes the attack. Our correspondent P ...…
 
Thousands of people gathered at vigils last night for slain British backpacker Grace Millane and other victims of violence. The English tourist went missing from central Auckland at the start of December, on the eve of her 22nd birthday. Her body was found in dense bush 10 metres off Scenic Drive in the Waitakere Ranges on Sunday.…
 
US President Trump's former lawyer, Michael Cohen, has been sentenced to spend three years in prison after pleading guilty to several charges including tax evasion. He's one of several members in President Trump's inner circle who have come under scrutiny by federal officials for financial crimes - and in connection with Robert Mueller's invest ...…
 
A New Zealand citizen locked in detention has gone to Australia's highest court to break new legal ground that would protect Aborigines from deportation. The detainee's lawyers says on top of the jail time he's done, and immigration detention, he now faces a third penalty of being torn from his tribal lands. Phil Pennington reports.…
 
MPs from the British Prime Minister's own party are voting in a secret ballot on whether to remove her as leader of the Conservative Party. Theresa May has faced stinging criticism over her Brexit deal - and for pulling a parliamentary vote on it due earlier this week. Information coming out of that meeting is that Theresa May has promised not ...…
 
There's an early Christmas present for the tens of thousands of people who feared their holiday plans were about to be shattered by an Air New Zealand strike. After hours of talks the airlines and the two unions reached a deal at 10pm on Wednesday. Savage is the Head of Aviation at the E tu union. He talks to Guyon Espiner.…
 
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