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Best William Tongue podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best William Tongue podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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531pi has served our Pacific communities since 1993 with a blend of news, views, information and talk back - all combined with a music mix you'll hear nowhere else. During the day, our programmes cater to first and second generation Pacific migrants. After 6 pm, our nine community language programmes serve a different Pacific island each night.
 
Interviewing new and established creators, founders and owners who are changing the landscape of business, entertainment, and creative industries. We are casting a spotlight on those who are not interested in business as usual but are stepping into their own and defining what it means to Shine out Loud! Catch the weekly interviews with our incredible line-up of guests, our #Soloud moments on twitter, Our weekly musing piece and follow us on Instagram and let’s celebrate the best and brightes ...
 
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Tahere Siisiialafia Mau is a Sociology lecturer from the National University of Samoa who is currently pursuing doctorate studies at the University of Otago. She is the Chairperson for the Pacific Youth Council and undertaking research on Advocacy and Activism as emerging trends of youth engagement and social action in the Pacific region.…
 
Sione Tekiteki is the Director for Governance and Engagement at the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat. He holds a Bachelor of Law, Bachelor of Commerce and Master of Laws (Hons) from the University of Auckland. Mr Tekiteki also worked as the Clerk of the House at the Legislative Assembly of Tonga and has held various roles with the Pacific Island F…
 
On Monday the Queens Birthday Honours List 2020 was announced. 11 members of our Pasifika community, from across the country were honoured for services to education, health, the arts, youth & cycling to name a few. This morning on Pacific Breakfast we’re blessed to have with us this morning some amazing members of our Pasifika Community who were na…
 
Talanoa Ako - through the Ministry of Education, is a Pacific parent education programme that aims to equip and empower parents, families and communities with skills, knowledge and confidence they need to champion their children’s education. We’re joined now by the Associate Minister for Education, Hon Jenny Salesa for more on the Talanoa Ako app w…
 
Iosefa Punefu Enari is a dancer, choreographer, artistic director and educator. Mr Sefa Enari is the founder and artistic director of Pacific Dance New Zealand (PDNZ), the national organisation established in 2010 for the development of New Zealand’s Pacific dance industry. Mr Enari was a founding member of Pacific Theatre in 1987. He trained as a …
 
Mrs Molima Pihigia has contributed to the Niuean arts community and founded the Falepipi He Mafola Niue Handcraft Group in 1993. Falepipi He Mafola maintains and promotes the art of weaving, as well as Niuean language, heritage and culture. Falepipi He Mafola led to the establishment of the Niuean Women’s Handcraft Group, which won the Pacific Heri…
 
The annual Queen's Birthday Honours list was announced on Monday, with eleven members of our Pasifika community, from across New Zealand honoured. This morning we speak with two recipients: Tofilau Bernadette Barbara Pereira, of Auckland. For services to the Pacific community and women & Ms Barbara Frances Ala'alatoa, MNZM, of Auckland. For service…
 
Hip hop MC King Kapisi - Bill Urale got his start in his hometown of Wellington playing drums in bands while at Wellington High School. His first time rapping on stage was guesting with Wellington group Noise N Effect who would open up the mic at their gigs for all comers. On stage NZ-born Samoan King Kapisi is a Kiwi hip-hop legend. He’s performed…
 
Tupe Solomon-Tanoa’i is a Samoan/Fijian/Kiwi from South Auckland who has lived and worked in Asia and the Pacific as an international civil servant, and former diplomat. Tupe, her husband Esera, and their two daughters now live in Wellington where Tupe has recently been appointed the Chief Philanthropic Officer of the Borrin foundation - a philanth…
 
A number of people trying to improve the health and lives of Pasifika have been recognised in the latest Queen's Birthday Honours. Chris Teo was made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to health, cycling and the Pacific community. Chris started Uso Bike Ride to improve the health of Pacific people through cycling. We have Chris…
 
Auckland Council last Friday, agreed to adopt the Consultation Document for its Emergency Budget 2020/2021, with public feedback open from midday Friday 29th May until 19 June 2020. The Emergency Budget responds to the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on Auckland Council’s finances, with the Council forecasting a loss of half a billion dollars, as a r…
 
Gustava Esther Pavihi is the senior reporter for the Broadcasting Corporation of Niue. Niue is about to head back to the polls this weekend. The Broadcasting Corporation of Niue is the national news broadcaster. Last week BCN’s tv and radio studios sustained damage due to a fire and the technical team have been working to restore services in time f…
 
Bart English is a business analyst who works for Pasifika Futures. He studied Politics and Psychology at the University of Otago and graduated in 2017. Bart spent the first two years in the workforce at the Human Rights Commission, after interning there in disability rights for 4 months. Bart is a published author and enthusiastic poet who is passi…
 
Benji Timu is a videographer by trade, entrepreneur, a brilliant storyteller as well as a visual content maker. He’s one of the creators and executive director of NO SIX - a multi-platform digital media brand curating, developing and connecting young content creators from the South Pacific to global audiences. Benji is also of Samoan, Cook Island a…
 
Motone is the creative production company based in Rarotonga, Tahiti and Wellington, New Zealand creating iconic events and assisting other people to create artistic products in Rarotonga, Aitutaki and Tahiti. Motone pushes ahead creating events and arts projects that lead to new ways of thinking, striving to create real careers for real people and…
 
Benjamin Fifita Makisi was born in Wellington, NZ and is of Tongan and Samoan descent. He began singing at a young age with the Tongan Wesley Methodist church choir in Wellington. Benjamin Makisi and his wife are based in the UK. He is travelling extensively worldwide singing in opera, concerts, and theatres. He has also been performing on 7 star c…
 
Senia Māria Samuelu Faiumu Eastmure comes from the villages of Taga, Palauli Sisifo in Savaii and Le'auva'a and Salamumu in Upolu. She was Born and bred in Auckland brought up in Mangere East and Te Atatu South in West Auckland. Currently based in Palmerston North and is teaching Visual Arts at Palmerston North Boys' High School. In addition to te…
 
Julia Arnott Ne’ene’e is an international insights and communication strategist, passionate about technology and people. A recent graduate from the University of Canterbury, she’s landed scholarships across the globe, won finalist awards in competitions, led major research projects and secured positions at international award-winning advertising ag…
 
Fuatino Leaupepe Tuala was born and raised in Porirua. Her parents are Galumalemana Jerry Leaupepetele and Anne Leaupepetele. She attended Postgate School and St Mary’s College in Wellington before moving on to Victoria University and then Teachers College. Fuatino started teaching in 2005 in Porirua, Brisbane, Samoa and Auckland. More recently she…
 
The 25 day push up challenge has people buzzing to do 25 push ups for 25 to raise awareness about mental health. One of those people who made the effort to do their 25 pushups in interesting locations was Ala’imoana Lua Maynard. Always out and about each day giving us a different view of Auckland. Earlier this week on his 25th he decided to do his …
 
Africa Day is the annual commemoration celebrating Africans all over the world, in unity on the 25th of May. It is celebrated in various countries on the African continent, as well as around the world. Nigerian Kiwi rapper and producer Hugh Okechukwu Ozumba also known as (Mazbouq)has been releasing his own music since 2016. His music is a mix of hi…
 
Grace Hutton is of Palmerston Atoll, Manihiki, Penrhyn, Anaa in French Polynesia, and Welsh, married, and mother of 3 grown up children. She has a BA (Hons) Anthropology and has been working at Te Papa Tongarewa as a Kaitiaki Taonga, (Collection Manager) Pacific Cultures since 2004. Grace is a union delegate for Te Papa, a practitioner of tivaevae …
 
Dahlia Malaeulu is a New Zealand born Samoan who is a passionate educator at heart. She is the author of the ‘Mila’s My Gagana’ series, and now Teine Samoa- fiction and ebook about four junior high school student's journey of cultural identity and discovery as teine Sāmoa living in New Zealand. Ultimately, Dahlia wants to enable tamaiti to confiden…
 
Fiona Kingsford has been the CEO of Competenz, an industry training organisation since January 2016. Prior to become CEO, she held portfolios that cover operations, strategy, innovation, business transformation and Māori and Pasifika development. Before joining Competenz in 2009, Fiona worked in the media, food manufacturing, emergency services and…
 
Albany Heperona Peseta is a graduate of the National Academy of Singing and Dramatic Arts (Bachelor of Performing Arts). His previous Court Theatre credits include Matatihi: Maia’s Journey of Bravery; The Ugly Duckling; Puff the Magic Dragon and Easy Money. Albany is part of the collective Y|NOT who have produced La’u Gagana; The Fahu; Palu and wer…
 
The Fale Malae Trust says it is thrilled with the support provided in Budget 2020 for the Fale Malae Trust and Pasifika communities in their shared vision of building a twenty-first century Fale Malae in the heart of the capital’s Parliamentary precinct. With a $10 million commitment through Budget 2020, the project is a partnership between the Fal…
 
As we open our Samoan Language Week celebrations on Pacific Breakfast, we are joined now by Leiataualesa Komisi Koria - President of the Samoa Law Society, Taulapapa Brenda Heather-Latu - Former Attorney General of Samoa, Saunoamaalii Dr Karanina Sumeo & Falaniko Tominiko - Director of Pacific Success at Unitec Institute of Technology to discuss pr…
 
Talanoa Ako - through the Ministry of Education, is a 10 week Pacific parent education programme that equips and empowers parents, families and communities with skills, knowledge and confidence they need to champion their children’s education. Each week on Pacific Breakfast, our two expert & passionate educators will take us through a new topic. Ta…
 
Barbara Vardey is of Cook Island and Pakeha descent she is a Clinical Services Manager responsible for the Pacific Navigation and Diabetes Services at Tū Ora Compass Health. Barbara has worked in Primary Care for 40 years or more and spent a lot of that time working in Porirua. World Family Doctors Day was celebrated this week highlighting the role…
 
Keith Sanga is a proud Pacific Islander that understands sports is an expression of our God-given abilities as individuals to have meaning and fulfil our creative mandates. He works with esportif.com with a particular focus on Fiji and the Pacific. Esportif.com is a global organisation in the client management space (in Union and League). Keith’s r…
 
Bishop Viard College is a co-educational college with 250 students, with over 70% from Pasifika backgrounds, including more than half the school who have Samoan heritage. Chris Theobald has been the Principal of Bishop Viard College in Porirua since July 2019. After several years of rapid roll decline, Theobald is hoping to turn the school around a…
 
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