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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.
 
Am Seo Podcast is hosted by Jonathan Courtenay and six time All Ireland Winner, Dublin legend, Diarmuid Connolly. Each week JC and DC will discuss everything from sports to politics, books and movies, news and reviews. Plus, some famous faces will drop in for chats along the way. Listen to Am Seo Podcast with JC & DC wherever you get your podcasts.
 
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Subscribe to 'OTB GAA' for the very best GAA coverage from OTB Sports. Bringing you the insights and stories from the top names in Gaelic Games - from Tommy Walsh to The Football Pod with Paddy and Andy, and much more besides. With OTB AM, Off The Ball, live GAA coverage and our w0rld famous roadshows, we'll be bringing you the yarns, the tales, the fallouts and the analysis right across Hurling, Camogie, the LGFA championships and Gaelic Football.
 
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The DragChamp Show is a weekly bench racing style conversation with the biggest names in sportsman drag racing. You'll hear from NHRA Lucas Oil series racers, big money bracket racers, local bracket racers, and some of the top names in sportsman drag racing. The DragChamp Show covers NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series classes like Super Stock and Stock, Super Comp, Super Gas and Super Street, Top Sportsman and Top Dragster, Top Bulb and Bottom Bulb bracket racing, Box and No Box classes, and ...
 
Everyone has a story to tell. Each episode, we invite a guest onto our podcast to tell us three things about their area of expertise. If you fancy a dive into the hidden worlds around us, then this is the podcast for you. This show is hosted by George Hooker, and produced by Kevin Brennan.
 
Five Degrees of Change is the new energy and environment podcast series from the Business Post. Host Daniel Murray will explore how we can all make the necessary changes to reduce our impact on the environment at this critical time. He’ll be asking some of the most influential experts in politics, business and academia to propose three big environmental policy changes they would make if they had the opportunity, and to let us in on two small personal changes they have made to contribute to a ...
 
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We continued our discussion around the proposed new GAA championship structures on The Saturday Panel.This day next week the GAA Special Congress will sit when a decision will be made over Proposal B, or a continuation of the status quo.Former GAA President Nickey Brennan and Cork GAA CEO Kevin O'Donovan joined John Duggan.…
 
Sam wonders if two of Team NZ's biggest names, Peter Burling and Blair Tuke will part ways with the America's Cup syndicate. They're essentially keeping their options open and not committing until they know more about how the competition will play out. Sam also talks to Kathryn about a Commonwealth Games revamp and Sonny Bill Williams memoir.…
 
Auckland film director Matthew Saville went to great lengths to persuade award winning actor Charlotte Rampling to star in his debut feature. Juniper opens in cinemas on 28th of October, and tells the story of the relationship between a self-destructive teenager, played by George Ferrier, and his gin-soaked curmudgeonly grandmother played by Charlo…
 
A growing Right to Repair movement is pushing for changes to our waste minimisation legislation to require the repairability of household items like whiteware appliances and electrical devices. Environment Minister David Parker has signalled he wants the upcoming Waste Minimisation Act review to include a right to repair, meaning businesses would n…
 
The green light has been given to import 300,000 rapid COVID-19 tests into NZ. Some of our largest companies will be able to introduce rapid antigen testing to their critical worksites this month The Government has responded to calls from 25 of our largest businesses. One of them is Auckland Airport, whose CE Adrian Littlewood joins Kathryn Ryan on…
 
Tech commentator Peter Griffin joins Kathryn to look at the legal action being taken by Uber drivers to try to force the company to treat them as employees, not contractors. It follows similar, successful, moves in the UK. He'll also look at investment by Facebook in undersea internet cables, including the massive 2Africa which snakes around the wh…
 
Kiwi physiotherapist and breathing dysfunction specialist of some 30 years, Dr Tania Clifton-Smith is co-founder, along with Dinah Bradley, of the first independent Breathing Pattern Disorders clinic in Australasia, and co-developer of the BradCliff breathing method to reduce stress, improve sleep, think clearly and improve performance in sports an…
 
UK correspondent Matthew Parris joins Kathryn to talk about the demands from large energy-reliant industries as costs spiral and the claims by Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng that have led to a public bust-up with the Treasury. Amid the energy crisis, the PM has been holidaying at a luxury villa in Spain owned by one of his wealthy ministers. The…
 
Katherine Mansfield was a writer who had a lot of feelings, and had a lot of love to give. It's her birthday today! Katheleen Mansfield was born on the 14th of October in 1888 in Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington. To celebrate her birthday the Katherine Mansfield House & Garden has published a book titled Woman in Love - a collection of her love lette…
 
Computer simulations of dinosaurs has yielded an accidental discovery, their tails wagged when they walked. Historically it has been accepted that the giant creatures' tails were a counterbalance, helping to keep them steady. Studying locomotion in fossils has always been tricky, but a research team at the Royal Veterinary College in London has fou…
 
More people are working from home while sick, rather than taking sick leave. Southern Cross and Business New Zealand's Fifth Workplace Wellness Report shows the average amount of leave taken by employees was about 4.2 days last year. Southern Cross Health Insurance chief executive Nick Astwick told Nine to Noon that's the lowest average in the last…
 
Welcome to Ep. 23 of The Football Pod with Paddy and Andy - Hannah Tyrrell, Dublin Footballer and former Irish Rugby star joins the pod for an extraordinary interview about her sporting achievements and her mental health journey, which she speak so candidly about. We also get stuck into Andy Moran's apponintment - click the timestamps to head to ea…
 
A member of the #GAA Fixture Task Force Conor O'Donoghue joined Ger and Eoin on OTB AM to discuss the financial implications of Option B.Offaly County Chairman Michael Duignan was also on to discuss GAA restructure options, why Option B is best for players, and express his views on what the GAA need to do from here.#OTBAM is live every morning with…
 
Field biologist Alexandra Morton has been on a 30 year crusade to save British Columbia's wild salmon taking on governments and industry. Her extensive research has shone a light on the detrimental impact of ocean based salmon farming off Canada's west coast. Alexandra Morton's latest book Not on My Watch has been described as a roadmap of resistan…
 
Australia correspondent Karen Middleton joins Kathryn to talk about the lifting of Sydney's lockdown and decreasing Covid cases in Melbourne, a possible deal between National and Liberal parties over climate change that could break a political stalemate, a corruption scandal engulfing the Labor party in Victoria and Bonza, a new airline could take …
 
Christchurch and Banks Peninsula residents can go on line from Friday to find out how vulnerable their properties are to coastal erosion. It's part of Christchurch City Council's efforts to engage residents in moves to adapt coastal and low-lying areas of the city and the peninsula in line with predicted sea level rises. It's anticipated the digita…
 
The need to prove you are who you say you are has increased in the digital era - and anyone wanting a vaccine "passport" is going to have to go through the process. In order to access their vaccination records and certificate, people will have to go via the government's RealMe service or sign up for a new My Health Account. RealMe - run by Internal…
 
Former Meath captain Anthony Moyles joined Tuesday's OTB AM ahead of the Meath clubs convening to decide the future of Andy McEntee as Men's Senior Football Manager,He also gives his view on whether Proposal B will pass at Special Congress later this month.#OTBAM is live every morning with @Gillette UK | #BestFaceForwardYou can subscribe to the OTB…
 
Sonny Bill Williams, a star across three rugby codes, an NZPBA heavyweight boxing champion, and an Olympian. During his 17-year rugby career, he was part of the Rugby World Cup winning sides in 2011 and 2015, as well as a Super Rugby title with the Chiefs. And in league, where he started out, he won NRL titles with the Canterbury Bulldogs and Sydne…
 
Pacific Islands without high-speed internet - or any internet at all - are eager to be connected to the rest of the world, but geopolitical tensions threaten to derail planned infrastructural work. Much of the Pacific is linked by undersea internet cables, connecting either to Sydney, Guam or Hawaii, and while connections have increased in recent y…
 
How will our hospitals cope with an increase in patients with Covid-19? And how quickly could they become overwhelmed? One hundred extra ICU or high dependency units have been added in the past year, and all health care workers will have to be fully vaccinated by the first of December.
 
A roundup of the GAA chat on Monday's OTB AM, as Tommy Rooney joined Ger Gilroy and Eoin Sheahan to discuss the latest developments around Andy McEntee's future as Meath senior manager.Then, Eoin and Ger responds to the inaccuracies being reported about how many teams will compete in the Football Championship under Proposal B.#OTBAM is live every m…
 
Comfort food for unsettling times. An Auckland designer donut making couple say business is booming. Daniel and Annie Black are the owners of Grown Up Donuts, and been inundated with orders through lockdown keeping delivery staff busy. Their three stores were closed during level four, but since starting up the business three and a half years ago, g…
 
Carol Leonnig is a national investigative reporter at The Washington Post, and a three-time Pulitzer Prize winner. Her latest book, co-written with Philip Rucker details the extraordinary actions of senior military leaders who feared a possible coup in the final weeks of Donald Trump's presidency.
 
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