Best wellington podcasts we could find (Updated September 2017)
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AA on Air: Wellington
Monthly
 
This podcast is committed to helping those wishing to recover from alcoholism. We make available audio recordings of AA meetings, local and international speakers talking about recovery plus some rare historic recordings and interviews.
 
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Wellington Presbyterian Church Podcast
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Sermons from Wellington Presbyterian Church, Ballymena, Co Antrim, Northern Ireland.
 
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Wellington
Daily
 
Listen to the latest interviews from Wellington's Tim Fookes Morning Show on Newstalk ZB
 
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In The Zone: The Official Podcast of Yellow Fever - Supporters of Wellington Phoenix FC
 
Each week Smithy, Hard News, 2ndBest, and El Grapadura cover all things New Zealand Football, including the Wellington Phoenix in the A-League, Kiwis flying the flag overseas, our national teams, the ASB Premiership and local Wellington football. We've got your football fix. Be sure to visit us at www.yellowfever.co.nz
 
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King's Church Wellington » Podcast Feed
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Talks from King's Church Wellington in New Zealand. Part of Newfrontiers, a worldwide family of churches, together on a mission. Download Talks from our Sunday services. You can find more information about King's Church on our website www.kingschurch.org.nz
 
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Wellington Podcast
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Podcast channel for Wellington Primary School, bringing you exciting updates from in and around the school.
 
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Living Light Christian Church, Wellington
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As part of our commitment to nurturing believers, we want to take every opportunity to equip people, through the Word of God, with everything they need to grow in their relationship with God, in the undeniable evidence of His work in their lives, and in their fulfillment of everything He’s calling them to do. These are the teachings from Living Light Christian Church in Wellington, England.
 
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Sermons and podcasts from the Wellington Cathedral of St Paul
 
Podcast by Wellington Cathedral of St Paul
 
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Aviator Church Wellington's Podcast
 
 
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King's Church Wellington
Weekly
 
Talks from King's Church Wellington, New Zealand
 
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Wellington Community Church
Monthly+
 
Wellington Community Church
 
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Wellington Ink Slingers
Monthly
 
Wellington Ink Slingers
 
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LLCC Wellington Teachings
Weekly
 
Worshipping God - Nurturing Believers - Evangelizing the World
 
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Victoria University of Wellington - Podcast
Monthly
 
Victoria University of Wellington's podcast gives you the chance to catch up with our academics and guest speakers who lead thinking on the big questions facing society. Capital thinking. Globally minded.
 
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Wellington Presbyterian Church Video Podcast
 
These are the weekly sermons from our church in Ballymena
 
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The Flop House
Monthly+
 
A comedy podcast examining the worst in recent film. With your hosts Elliott Kalan, Dan McCoy, and Stuart Wellington.
 
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BLUEPRINT Podcast
Monthly+
 
A CENTRAL-WELLINGTON CHURCH COMMUNITY
 
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RNZ: Rancho Notorious
Monthly
 
Rancho Notorious, a fortnightly podcast about movies (and other cool stuff), is the naughty stepchild of RNZ Widescreen. Produced by Dan Slevin and co-hosted by Kailey Carruthers, the show features local and international guests, news, reviews, giveaways and competitions.
 
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RadioActive.fm Recharted with thanks to NZ on Air Music
 
Every Week on Recharted Eamonn Marra talks to a different New Zealand band about what they're up to, where they're from, and where they're going next. Produced by Eamonn Marra for RadioActive.fm with thanks to New Zealand on Air Musicwww.radioactive.fmwww.nzonair.govt.nz/music/
 
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Victory Christian Centre, Hutt City, New Zealand
 
Recordings of Sunday messages from the Victory Christian Centre in Hutt City, New Zealand
 
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What's Your Jam?
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Inspired by interview and storytelling podcasts and driven by a desire to create art in the comfort of her own home, award-winning Fringe veteran Jennifer O'Sullivan sits down for 21 one-on-one chats with local and visiting makers and shakers over tea with scones and jam. Published daily during NZ Fringe 2017. Visit whatsyourjam.nz for more...
 
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Baker and Wright
Monthly
 
A weekly podcast hosted by Wellington comedians Jarrod Baker and Adam Wright.
 
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Phoenix City: The official podcast of Yellow Fever
 
Join Patrick, Cam, Dave and Andy as they discuss Wellington Phoenix FC's plight in the Hyundai A-League, as well as everything in New Zealand football.
 
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Brian in a Jar
Weekly
 
Wanderings in Virtu and Verity
 
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Fantasy World Order - Fantasy Baseball Blog » Fantasy Baseball Podcasts
 
Just. Too. Sweeeeeeeet
 
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Your Journey With God
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We will reach the world with the gospel of Christ and to disciple a generation of believers into Christ-likeness, who are dedicated to accepting responsibility for every area of life, as we globally transform the culture to the Kingdom of God. (Matt. 28:18-20; Rev. 11:15)
 
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Te Papa Science Express
Monthly+
 
Curious about the world around you? From the forensics of art forgery to the science of climate change, Science Express brings you the latest advances in fields as diverse as genetics, physics, and geology. Each Science Express features expert speakers from research institutions around New Zealand and the world. Bring your burning questions – these lively, interactive evening sessions are open to all.
 
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Klara - Napoleon
Daily+
 
200 jaar geleden verloor Napoleon de slag bij Waterloo. Nog steeds komt de hele wereld de plek met de trap en de leeuw bezoeken. Niet omwille van overwinnaar Wellington, maar omwille van de verliezer. Dat is op zijn minst opmerkelijk te noemen. In acht afleveringen vertelt journalist Johan Op de Beeck waarom Napoleon Bonaparte ons blijft fascineren.
 
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Welly Echo
Monthly+
 
Wellington School's Online Radio Station
 
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Lifepoint Church Sermons – Teaching
 
Church Wellington - Lifepoint
 
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The Experts Speak - An Educational Service of the Florida Psychiatric Society
 
Listen to 15-20 minute long interviews of experts on various topics related to mental and general health. The topics will be continuously expanded. The interviews are designed for both professionals and non-professionals. Topics range from the basis of new medication research, the effect of media on girls's self-images, discussions of violence, same-sex marriages, pollution, bullying, divorce, OCD, addictions, borderline personality disorders, mental health issues in the deaf, hallucinations ...
 
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The Watercooler
Monthly
 
Inspired by many well-known storytelling events and podcasts held worldwide (The Moth, This American Life), The Watercooler is a platform for people from all walks to tell stories both true and imagined. Storytellers are given a simple brief to share a story inspired by the month’s theme, whether based on real-life experiences or entirely fictional.Recorded live at BATS Theatre (Wellington) and Basement Theatre (Auckland).Want to share your story? Register your interest to speak at a future ...
 
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Tim Fookes Morning Show
Weekly+
 
Listen to the latest interviews from Wellington's Tim Fookes Morning Show on Newstalk ZB
 
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QuantityZip
Daily+
 
A podcast where each week Igive you five things/thoughts/recommendations. This could beanything from me talking aboutmy (boring) life, new websitesor apps I’ve discovered or myopinions on hot topics.
 
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The Flop House
Monthly+
 
A comedy podcast examining the worst in recent film. With your hosts Elliott Kalan, Dan McCoy, and Stuart Wellington.
 
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Tim Fookes Morning Show
Daily
 
Listen to the latest interviews from Wellington's Tim Fookes Morning Show on Newstalk ZBhttp://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/rss/podcast/wellington/
 
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The Avid Reader Show
Weekly+
 
The Avid Reader is a podcast for book lovers. Tune in for interviews, recommendations, and insider news from Sam Hankin, host and owner of independent bookstore Wellington Square Bookshop.
 
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Till Def Do Us Ppardy
Monthly
 
Join the internet's Stuart Wellington (of "The Flop House Podcast") & his resident Hysterian Alex Smith in this thorough & thoroughly rockin' discussion of the work of rock legends Def Leppard
 
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Albums & Ages
Daily+
 
Podcast by Leron B Wellington
 
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Great Ideas
Monthly+
 
A series about the ideas that have shaped the world we live in, created in association with Victoria University of Wellington.
 
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Capital Irish
Weekly
 
Capital Irish team has been broadcasting on Wellington Access Radio since 2003. The show was conceived by Limerick man Tim Collins, who was working in Wellington and saw the need for an Irish radio programme. The programme includes Irish news, local events and activities with an Irish flavour as well as interviews and live music from visiting Irish musicians. It also includes book and movie reviews and on occasion some political views/reviews.
 
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The Breakfast Show on More FM
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More FM Breakfast: Podcasts from the More FM Auckland/Hamilton/Wellington breakfast show on morefm.co.nz
 
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Mixtapes
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Showcasing music from Loop and friends
 
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B-Side Stories
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Stories from the people who make Wellington tick! B-Side Stories takes us beyond the mainstream to celebrate the unsung heroes, rebels and enthusiasts who shape the fabric and flavour of Wellington, New Zealand.B-Side Stories is aired every Tuesday from 5-6 pm on Wellington Access Radio.
 
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Infected by Scott Sigler
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Across America a mysterious disease is turning ordinary people into raving, paranoid murderers who inflict brutal horrors on strangers, themselves, and even their own families. Working under the government's shroud of secrecy, CIA operative Dew Phillips crisscrosses the country trying in vain to capture a live victim. With only decomposing corpses for clues, CDC epidemiologist Margaret Montoya races to analyze the science behind this deadly contagion. She discovers that these killers all hav ...
 
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Terry's Songwriters Show
Weekly
 
Terry's Songwriters Show won Best Music Programme in the Access/Ethnic Radio category at the New Zealand Radio Awards 2007. It's a weekly programme hosted by Terry Shore - who is a singer/song-writer himself.Every week Terry showcases local singer/song-writers who play in open mic nights around Wellington.Terry invites various singer/song-writers on to his show to showcase their original musical talent. It is a show designed for unknowns who have yet to be discovered.
 
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Mosaic New Zealand Podcast
Monthly
 
A Community of Voices : Stories and insights from the Mosaic Wellington community. To learn more, please visit www.capitalmosaic.org.nz
 
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Educating for Social Change
Weekly
 
Educating for a Social Change is produced by the Wellington Workers’ Education Association. WEA supports adult and community education that promotes a just and equitable society in accordance with Te Tiriti o Waitangi. Join members of Wellington’s WEA as they bring you social comment, community and union news, and look at what people are doing to support a more just and equitable society.
 
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Radio MIA
Weekly
 
A fresh and vibrant program for the Latin American community in Wellington. News, interviews, lots of music and more.
 
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Aakashwani Bharat Bhavan
Weekly
 
Aakashwani Bharat Bhavan is run by members of the Wellington Indian Association. It broadcasts every Monday from 6-7pm with all of the latest in community events, local and overseas news and the latest sports news. The programme also has exclusive interviews with local and overseas community and sports personalities, mixed with a wide range of devotional, Gujarati and Bollywood music.
 
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Wellington poet Louise Wallace discusses her new collection 'Bad Things' and Christchurch poet Karen Zelas goes back in history to write a collection with 'The Trial of Minnie Dean'
 
With less than a week until the election, many of our listeners will still be wavering about who should receive their tick. You may be wondering "if only I knew what type of beer my local candidates drink". Well, if you're a Wellington Central resident we've got you covered. Joining us at the Fork & Brewer for this episode are the two frontrunn ...…
 
B.A. is a Hamilton based one man folk/pop/techno etc etc musician who has been touring Canada for almost a decade if not longer. It was a fun episode where we talk about his new record, touring the UK, merch thieves, and nostalgia.Go support ol' B.A. at https://bajohnston.bandcamp.com/ This episode is brought to you by Dave Levitt Photography, ...…
 
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Living Light Christian Church, Wellington
 
 
Leonie Trathen started off as a WoW model back when it was just starting almost 30 years ago. These days she's a lynchpin for the whole extravaganza as the World of Wearable Art's Wardrobe Manager. But the title really doesn't do her job justice. Leonie catalogues the hundreds of garments that are selected for the first round of judging, transp ...…
 
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RNZ: Standing Room Only
 
Arts collective Kava Club celebrates New Zealand filmmaker Sima Urale, 21 years after the release of her acclaimed film, O Tamaiti. Sima based the film on her own experiences, and the family tragedy is told from the perspective of children. The short, black and white, Samoan language film challenged many Pacific Island stereotypes. Now, Nga Tao ...…
 
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Lifepoint Church Sermons – Teaching
 
Matthew Scott – Praying with the Spirit – Sunday September 17th We don’t know how to pray as we must. That’s where the Spirit comes in – and the gift of tongues. The post Praying with the Spirit appeared first on Wellington Church - Lifepoint.
 
Kevin Bridges is Scotland’s biggest comedy export. Dubbed ‘brilliant’ by Billy Connolly, Kevin made his debut at The Edinburgh Playhouse on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow in 2009. Overnight success followed with Kevin selling out his run at the Edinburgh Festival in just one day! Kevin Bridges New Zealand TourSep 25 - Christchurch's Horncas ...…
 
It’s party time in Canada as the nation’s year-long birthday bash rolls on. The French may have staked their claim nearly five hundred years ago, but Canada as we know it, is only 150 years old. And it’s that celebration of the nation’s Confederation that has further fired up the travel boom to Canada. Kiwis are part of that global love affair ...…
 
Cally O'Neill is a Wellington woman who spends her time supporting communities in Co-Design; and more recently focusing on the Newtown community to help them come up with ideas on how the council should spend 3 million dollars on facilities improvements with the Our Town Newtown project. Hear what this community wants to happen most!…
 
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Sermons and podcasts from the Wellington Cathedral of St Paul
 
Sunday 10 September 2017, 10am - The Very Reverend Digby Wilkinson by Wellington Cathedral of St Paul
 
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Sermons and podcasts from the Wellington Cathedral of St Paul
 
Sunday 10 September 2017, 5pm - The Very Reverend Digby Wilkinson by Wellington Cathedral of St Paul
 
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Mystic-Skeptic Podcast
 
In this week's show our guest is Theo Wellington, a graduate from Case Western Reserve University with a Bachelor of Science in astronomy. She Joined the Barnard-Seyfert Astronomical Society in 2003 and worked at the Sudekum Planetarium for eleven years and is a volunteer with the NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador program. She lives in Goodletts ...…
 
Questions have been raised over the proposed multi-million dollar redevelopment of Shelly Bay in Wellington.We answer a few of those questions with one of the men behind it; Port Nicholson Block Settlement Trust chair Wayne Mulligan.
 
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RNZ: Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm
 
How well do candidates know their local ethnic communities? Lynda Chanwai-Earle is at a public forum in Wellington to hear candidates being grilled in the hot seat, in today's Voices programme
 
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RNZ: Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm
 
How well do candidates know their local ethnic communities? Lynda Chanwai-Earle is at a public forum in Wellington to hear candidates being grilled in the hot seat, in today's Voices programme
 
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Taker Wide
 
Jim is a Calgary based guitarist who plays with The Weir and Oxeneer. We talk about his great bands, spotify, the inner game of music and being remembered.Go get some good music in your ears at www.theweir.bandcamp.com This episode is brought to you by Dave Levitt Photography, Wellington Brewery, Asher Media Relations (www.ashermediarelations.c ...…
 
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Living Light Christian Church, Wellington
 
 
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Lifepoint Church Sermons – Teaching
 
Matthew Scott – The Sovereign God needs us to Pray – Sunday September 10th If God is Sovereign – all-powerful, all-knowing, all-good – then really, what’s the point in asking him to do stuff? Isn’t he going to do it anyway? Matthew reflects on sovereignty, suffering, and the call to prayer. The post The Sovereign God needs us to Pray appeared f ...…
 
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Disorderly Conduct
 
The guys get nerdy to discuss video games and movies, Sammy Day issues a public apology, and Chester Wellington stops by to say hello with a dog-catching bloke named Marvin.
 
The Minutemen's coach previews hit team's game with Wellington-Napoleon
 
Every fortnight, Justin Lester comes into the Wellington studio to talk through local matters.Today we look at cycleways around Oriental Bay, Eastern Wellington and Island Bay, Wellington's indoor arena, slips, the Shelly Bay redevelopment and the rising price of parking.
 
Sam Hankin of the Avid Reader discussed "Eastman was Here" on the Avid Reader radio show. Alex will be appearing at the Wellington Square Bookshop for a reading, Q&A and signing on Monday, September 11th at 7:00pm.
 
Jason Pine joins D'Arcy to discuss the All Whites draw with the Solomon Islands in Honiara and their next challenge, the intercontinental playoff in Wellington.LISTEN TO THE FULL INTERVIEW ABOVE
 
After five years hosting the Wellington morning show, it's time for something new.Tim Fookes talks about what's happening, and speaks to someone who's about to become a regular voice in the capital.
 
Redmer Yska-Wellington social historian discovers the connection to Katherine Mansfield's unpublished 1st story. Tania Roxborogh talks about her award-winning Junior fiction work on Bastion Point.
 
Wellington on a Plate has wrapped up after two and a half weeks of widespread culinary experiences.It's climaxed with an awards night, which has seen Taranaki Street eatery Mr Go's take out the best burger.Sous chef Vaibhav Vishen reflects on the award, and talks about how it might impact Mr Go's.
 
Mariah and I have known each other for a long time - since our elementary school days. After many years far from Nova Scotia, you can now find Mariah at the Yarmouth Farmer's Market on Hawthorne Street on Saturday mornings, selling her gluten-free baked goods as Blue Ribbon Baking. Blue Ribbon Baking also has a Facebook page, as does her home, ...…
 
Chris is a Hamilton based drummer who played with Bird Rentals, Born Wrong and curently plays with Dead Tired. We catch up after my computer takes a massive dump on itself and chat backlines, the good ol' days and Dead Tired.You can download the chunes at https://zdeadtiredz.bandcamp.com/ This episode is brought to you by Dave Levitt Photograph ...…
 
 
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Lifepoint Church Sermons – Teaching
 
Matthew Scott – Unceasingly Pray – Sunday September 3rd Always rejoice, unceasingly pray, in everything give thanks. Really? How? The post Unceasingly Pray appeared first on Wellington Church - Lifepoint.
 
Irene Gardiner talks to Lynn Freeman about some of the great documentaries about rock and roll - including ones about Fleetwood Mac, Split Enz, Nick Cave, the Flying Nun label, and a new one about outrageous Wellington rockers Head Like A Hole.
 
A man in a flash car stops to offer a drenched young woman a lift in the dark, on the outskirts of Masterton, and Tess, though wary, takes up the offer. But her decision has consequences - for herself, for the driver and for his disfunctional family. Tess is the first novel by Wellington short-story writer Kirsten McDougall. She talks to Lynn F ...…
 
Setting the classic Russian opera Kátya Kabanová in 1950s America is a risk - but one its star says works like crazy. Russian-American soprano Dina Kuznetsova is performing here for the first time, but she's played the role several times - including in the Seattle premiere of this interpretation of Janácek's opera earlier this year. Kátya Kaban ...…
 
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RNZ: Standing Room Only
 
25 years ago the murder of visiting English tourist Margery Hopegood in Hamilton, stunned the city and the country. She'd only been back in the country of her birth for just four days. The murder was huge news and the people of Hamilton turned out in their hundreds to a memorial service for a woman none of them know. But behind the headlines wa ...…
 
Churches, charities and other community organisations are going to get the chance to resettle refugees.The government's introducing a new category, on top of the current quota of one-thousand.A pilot will see 25 refugees resettled next year.The Anglican Bishop of Wellington, Justin Duckworth told Mike Hosking he hopes groups will have a say on ...…
 
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Living Light Christian Church, Wellington
 
 
The Green Party is backing light rail all the way.As part of its transport plan for the capital, it wants light rail from the railway station to the airport - should it form part of the next government.Transport spokesperson Julie-Anne Genter told Mike Hosking that there are 170 cities in the world that have light rail.Ms Genter said the curren ...…
 
So what, really, is a sandwich? Is it just the ingredients? Is it the technique? Is a burrito a sandwich? Are you crazy?
 
New Zealand Fashion Week kicks off next Monday and it's a celebration of the well established and the new kids on the block. Auckland based label Zambesi was co-created by Liz Findlay in 1979 and will this year open the fashion week. Wellington based label Yu Mei was started by Jessie Wong in 2014.Liz annd Jessie spoke with Mike Hosking about w ...…
 
Enjoy Public Art Gallery on Cuba Street is having its third annual book fair to celebrate the words to go with the art. Louise Rutledge joined us on Tuesday to talk about the book fair, the art world, and the role of contemporary galleries in Wellington.
 
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Sermons and podcasts from the Wellington Cathedral of St Paul
 
Sunday 13 August 2017, 10am - The Reverend Annette Cater by Wellington Cathedral of St Paul
 
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Sermons and podcasts from the Wellington Cathedral of St Paul
 
Sunday 13 August 2017, 5pm - The Reverend Annette Cater by Wellington Cathedral of St Paul
 
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