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Best Lane Kennedy podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Lane Kennedy podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
Updated May 2020
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Each week, hosts Ashley Browne, Andrew Weiss and Darren Levin will dissect a different iconic game from Hawthorn history, with the help of special Hawthorn guests. Join the likes of Shaun Burgoyne, Sam Mitchell and Gary Ayres as we look back on the special moments that made the Hawthorn Football Club what it is today.
A paranormal podcast, brought to you by hosts Aly & Nat.
Red Sox-related audio from WEEI shows and podcasts, including postgame interviews.
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.
It's All Cobblers To Me is the unofficial podcast for Northampton Town Football Club, providing the fans point of view on all things Cobblers. From the latest results on the pitch to new signings, opinions on the latest news and interviews with former Cobblers players and managers, It's All Cobblers To Me is your one stop shop for fans of League 2 Northampton Town.
Experienced change practioner, Petro du Pisani, explores 'change that works' and the people who make it happen. Recorded and produced at https://SolidGoldStudios.co.za #BeHeard
WeHaveAFace.org Inc. has created "WeHaveAVoice" Radio for the Huntington's and Juvenile Huntington's disease community. It is time for the community to speak out...speak up! We must openly share what all of us in the Huntington's community experience on a daily basis! Removing the stigmas and broadening social awareness and acceptance is paramount! Visit: www.WeHaveAFace.org/Radio for more information.
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Are you looking to make a MindShift? Staying on track to become the best you that you can be?Whether you want to meditate to be more present or to be more patient, to get more done or to get more spiritual, if it's to sleep more or to smile more...you'll find all the meditations you need right here!Join Chel Hamilton and Josie Ong as they take turns introducing you to guest experts who will help you feel better fast and be calm clear now. Experience coaches, teachers, and experts share their ...
Film and TV reviewer Sarah McMullan joins Lynn to talk about the film The Assistant, starring Julia Garner that shines an uncomfortable spotlight on life inside a production company. She'll also talk about Amazon Prime Video's new production by - and starring - Reese Witherspoon, Little Fires Everywhere. And why were so many people unhappy with the…
The past two months have seen teenagers being isolated from their normal school life, friends and socialising. It's also meant university students have had their academic years disrupted, while other young people may have been laid off, or had to take a pay cut. Yvonne Godfrey is a family coach and the Founder and Director of MIOMO which focuses on…
Technology correspondent Bill Bennett joins Lynn to talk about how Twitter's moves to make the site more accountable and trustworthy has pitted it against Donald Trump, the students of Aotea College who are recycling laptops for students who don't have them to use and what do you do when Twitter decides you must be a bot (Bill found out the hard wa…
Gail Pittaway reviews Hunting Game by Helene Tursten, published by Text. A classic Scandinavian police procedural novel, featuring Swedish detective Embla Nystrom - along with moose-hunting, mystery and murder.
Clare Pooley was a highly successful advertising executive when she stopped work to be an at-home mum to her three children. She'd always liked a wine or three, but her drinking began to spiral out of control. Nearly five years ago she quit alcohol and started a blog called Mummy was a Secret Drinker, which has had over two million hits and spawned…
UK correspondent Harriet Line joins Lynn Freeman to talk about the increasing pressure on Prime Minister Boris Johnson to sack his adviser Dominic Cummings over his lockdown trip out of London while his wife had Covid-19 symptoms. The PM says it's time to move on - but will his Tory colleagues let it go?…
They're the clearest springs in the country, but could protections for them be undermined by a proposed freshwater plan change? Lynn Freeman examines what the Tasman District has in mind, and what it could mean for Te Waikoropupu Springs in Golden Bay, with Save Our Springs co-ordinator Kevin Moran and Tasman District Mayor Tim King.…
Calls are being made for public sector workers to return to the workplace, in a bid to boost Wellington's economy. Commuter numbers and spending in the capital is down by a third.
Legal correspondent Simon Jefferson joins Kathryn to talk about why he believes adoption laws are long overdue for an overhaul. He says the outdated model hasn't kept pace with the evolution of societal attitudes, and the laws don't work for Maori and Pasifika families.
Christchurch based Flora Knight is a shoe maker whose boots are getting a run on Eleanor Catton's sunday night TV ONE adaptation of her Booker Prize-winning The Luminaries. The costume team gave Flora the brief of designing Victorian-era boots, following a recommendation from her shoe making teacher Louise Clifton, who runs New Zealand's only shoe …
Jessie Bray Sharpin reviews If I Had Your Face by Frances Cha, published by Penguin Random House.
Yasmine Mohammed is a Canadian human rights advocate, academic, author and outspoken critic of radical Islam with an extraordinary personal story she shares in order to help others.
Australia correspondent Karen Middleton joins Kathryn to talk about Prime Minister Scott Morrison's desire to bring employers and workers together to rebuild the country's economy, as the A$250 billion stimulus spending package starts to wind down.
NIWA's squat lobster specialist Dr John Zeldis explains to Kathryn Ryan what causes the red swarms seen recently in Broad Bay and Edwards Bay near Portobello on the Otago Peninsula.
An open letter to Associate Education Minister Tracey Martin, with fourteen and a half thousand signatures, warns about the future of one of the oldest players in New Zealand's early childcare sector.
Stark new research finds one in three New Zealand households are in financial difficulty due to Covid 19, and 40 per cent say they are at risk of tipping into hardship.
Special guest Rodney Eade joins the Golden Years crew for a chat about the 1984 Semi-Final win over the Bombers, the man himself was the last to touch the ball as the Hawks recorded a narrow victory in September.By AFL
Stuff chief executive Sinead Boucher has purchased Stuff from its Australian owners Nine Entertainment for $1.00, what happens now. And there have been large scale job losses at Mediaworks.
Wainuiomata's Dahlia Malaeulu is a teacher, an advocate for Samoa and Pasifika education and also an author. She has written series of children's books Mila's My Gagana and now a new e-book Teine Samoa, which provides an insight into New Zealand born Samoan girls navigating two cultures.
Stuff Business Editor, Rebecca Stevenson talks to Kathryn about the groundswell of support for local businesses, with a Buy NZ made products Facebook page reaching 470,000 members.
Harry Ricketts reviews The Reed Warbler by Ian Wedde, published by Victoria University Press.
Best selling American author Curtis Sittenfeld's latest novel has a simple but fascinating premise: What if Hillary Clinton hadn't married Bill?
As pandemic restrictions have loosened in the US, people have flocked to the malls and beaches, while the President played golf during the Memorial Day weekend, as fears grow about a second wave of the coronavirus. Also, trade tensions are rising with China.
A Nobel Prize-winning economist says the disempowering reign of neoliberalism has exposed the US to the worst ravages of the Covid-19 pandemic.
After being nominated by Ricky Holmes, our guest this week is former Cobblers midfielder, Joel Byrom. Hear the real reason Chris Wilder made Joel's loan signing permanent what it's like to holiday with Ricky Holmes and why you'll never eat another Colin the Caterpillar cake again. As well as his time at Northampton, Joel talks us through his spells…
Thousands of New Zealand visa holders are being denied entry back in New Zealand. Of the 10,733 applications for an exception to the border closure have been made to Immigration New Zealand, only 1685 have been approved.