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Best smileandpod podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best smileandpod podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Smile and Pod is a podcast hosted by Jess Smith. It features guests who have succeeded in their chosen fields, both well known and new names, and focuses on how they got to where they are now, challenges they overcame and any advice they can pass on to listeners. Prepare to be inspired! - Host and Producer Jess Smith. Executive Producer Tony Russell.
 
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Here at Smile and Pod we have been recording phone interviews during the lockdown to inspire and encourage our fans, and publishing these on our Facebook page. We've been so blessed with some fantastic and generous guests over the past two weeks, so we thought we'd package them into a highlight episode for our podcast audience to enjoy. A huge than…
 
In episode 37 of Smile and Pod we have the pleasure of catching up with Ana Wilkinson Gee of Holi Boli. Ana was recently back in New Zealand, visiting from what is now her home base of rural India. We find out what prompted her to move with her young family to a remote village and how she changed the lives of local village women by teaching them se…
 
Here at Smile and Pod we have been recording daily phone interviews during the lockdown to inspire and encourage our fans, and publishing these on our Facebook page. We've been so blessed with some fantastic and generous guests over the past two weeks, so we thought we'd package them into a highlight episode for our podcast audience to enjoy. A hug…
 
In this episode we have the pleasure of sitting down with Kiwi actress, Claire Chitham, in her Auckland home. Claire first appeared on Shortland Street as Waverley Wilson when she was 16 years old, and a five week contract soon turned into eight years on the soap. Claire speaks with us about how she was able to rediscover herself following the end …
 
On this week's episode we chat to Andrew McKerrow of the Salvation Army. Andrew is well known and respected in the racing industry, supporting industry members through a number of events and situations. He is always a smiling face and a comfort to those who are needing direction and guidance, but as we find out today he has not had the smoothest of…
 
In this week's episode we feature rural broadcaster, Craig Wiggins. Best known to the rural community as 'Wiggy', Craig's life has taken many different paths since his childhood in Raetihi. Growing up on a farm with steep and rugged topography, Craig learned early about the importance of horses and developed a passion for working with them. Through…
 
Smile and Pod goes a little international this week when we meet North Carolina born, Preston Hegel. Preston and his work at 'The Exchange Christchurch -XCHC' is helping artists reach their creative best, by supporting them with a work space and platforms to promote their products, and their craft. Preston's journey to end up in Christchurch bizarr…
 
On this week's episode we are honoured to sit down with former broadcaster and Mayor of Christchurch, Sir Bob Parker. Sir Bob will be known to many through his career on television and radio - he was responsible for gaining the rights to 'This Is Your Life' in New Zealand - but of course his most important role would come as Mayor of Christchurch. …
 
In our 17th episode we feature Christine Langdon, Chief of Good and founder of The Good Registry. The Good Registry is an organisation created to help people give simply, sustainably and kindly by allowing people to give a donation as a gift. Christine's journey takes us from Wellington to New York and back again, and we learn of her career as a jo…
 
This week's episode features Kiwi actor, writer, and producer, Mike Minogue. You may know Mike best as Officer Minogue from the hit movie, What We Do In The Shadows, TV2's Wellington Paranormal, or from his hit web series, The Watercooler Show. But Mike's journey into the world of television and film has actually come at a later part in his life. H…
 
In this episode we talk to New Zealand sports commentary legend, Grant Nisbett. Known affectionately as 'Nisbo', Grant has called over 300 rugby test matches and has also been the voice of some of New Zealand sports most memorable, and also toughest, moments. Appointed to the New Zealand Order of Merit in 2018 for his services to sport broadcasting…
 
Episode 13 features one of New Zealand's most loved radio and television hosts, Brodie Kane. Brodie grew up in North Canterbury in Waikuku Beach, before a chance encounter at Rangiora High School saw her discover the army. Hear about her remarkable journey from boot camp to the jungles of Brunei, and how she made her way into the world of journalis…
 
Smile and Pod is a podcast made to encourage and inspire listeners to follow their dreams, by focusing on stories of people who are successful in their field of choice. This week we are thrilled to release our ninth episode which features the tenacious Anna Willcox. You may know Anna from the most recent series of Dancing With The Stars or her rece…
 
This week we are thrilled to release our eighth episode which features an amazing public speaker, activist and educator. Richie Hardcore is a former Muay Thai Champion, but now days has turned his focus to help activate change in our culture around social issues such as domestic and sexual violence, mental health, substance abuse and masculinity. H…
 
This week we are thrilled to release our fifth episode which features one of New Zealand's most famous trendsetters - and you may not even know that he is! Brooke Howard-Smith is probably best known for his role as host on former TV3 investigative show, Target. But he was also one of the worlds leading rollerbladers, responsible for inventing many …
 
This week we are thrilled to release our fourth episode which features one of New Zealand's most loved television personalities. You may best know Alasdair Kincaid as Frank Flash, the flamboyant rockstar of children's television in the 80s. But also as What Now's Answer Guy in later years. Al's journey also covers his many talents in broadcasting, …
 
Welcome to the very first episode of Smile and Pod! A podcast made to inspire and encourage listeners by talking to people who have been successful in their field of choice. We are honoured to launch with New Zealand entertainment legend, Jason Gunn. Loved by generations of Kiwis, Jason talks about his career, his personal challenges and his next m…
 
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