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Best New Zealand podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best New Zealand podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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A new series by Newsroom and RNZ, discussing the world of business in Aotearoa.
RNZ daily and weekly programmes
Listen to New Zealand news, spoken slowly and clearly, using easy vocabulary. Note:You may need to download Adobe Flashplayer if you can't access the podcast.
Insights and debate from players and organisers within the New Zealand 8-Ball pool scene.
The news, explained. Join Sharon Brettkelly and Alex Ashton every weekday as they make sense of the big stories with the country’s best journalists and top experts. Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund.
A rotating cast of the finest political minds offer up commentary on the big topics of the week. Broadcast Thursday mornings from Auckland, New Zealand.
Legislation, issues and insights from Parliament.
We follow the economic events and trends that affect New Zealand.
Mediawatch looks critically at the New Zealand media - television, radio, newspapers and magazines as well as the 'new' electronic media.
Getting out in the field and the lab to bring you New Zealandstories about science, nature and the environment.
A podcast focusing on The 40k scene in New Zealand......with naughty words.
We talk with people living lives of purpose and having a positive impact in our world. We take time to listen to them as they reflect on their life journeys and what has shaped them into who they are today.
A weekly analysis of significant political issues.
The Panel features a range of panellists from across the opinion spectrum, together with expert phone guests.
A New Zealand site covering pop culture, politics and social life through features, criticism, interviews, videos and podcasts.
Te Waananga o Aotearoa is one of New Zealand's largest tertiary education providers. We offer a comprehensive range of qualifications to New Zealanders from all walks of life.
New Zealand based singer songwriter.
New Zealand insurance law updates and analysis.
The latest business news from RNZ News.
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.
A review of the week's events in New Zealand.
Each week the New Zealand Herald and Newstalk ZB's Cooking the Books tackles a different money problem. Hosted by Frances Cook.
Our commentators make sense of the week in politics
Interviews with New Zealand experts featuring topical and relevant information for primary health professionals.
The Latest messages from C3 Church Taupo
An Age of Sigmar podcast, coming at you from New Zealand. Big Shaun and little Shaun talk events, games, battletomes and drinking!
Trinity Reformed Baptist Church is a Reformed Baptist church. This means we love our Reformed heritage and are grateful for the work God did during the Reformation to reform the church. A fuller expression of what we believe is contained in our confession, our core beliefs is what is known as the five solas.
Comedians Guy Montgomery and Tim Batt review a movie once a week, every week, for a year. Year one: Grown Ups 2. Year two: Sex and The City 2. Year Three: We Are Your Friends. A podcast host by two boiz who have more commitment than talent.
Messages inspired by Showing Love, Giving Hope and Inspiring faith, from Majestic Church, Christchurch, NZ
Newer or less-exposed musicians have two minutes to describe themselves and one of their songs. Time...Starts...Now.
Inspiring Business Brilliance. Follow us for new interviews with business advice from the world's best. Watch the full videos at www.unfiltered.tv
A magazine programme hosted by Kim Hill, with long-form, in-depth feature interviews on current affairs, science, modern life, history, the arts and more.
Welcome to Teaching Today where we speak with experts from the education sector - tune in for discussion and insight.It’s a podcast about teachers, with teachers and for teachers.
Music interviews, live performances, behind the scenes, industry issues, profiles, back catalogue, undiscovered, greatest hits, tall tales and true... all from a New Zealand/Aotearoa perspective.
RNZ's review of news from the last 7 days.
Fletch, Vaughan and Megan every week day across New Zealand from 6am – 9am. Listen in for the best music, biggest celebs, latest gossip and a bit of a laugh..
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In this interview Pauline Barnes (General Manager, Teaching Council) and Alex Gunn (Chair of TEFANZ and Associate Dean of Teacher Education at the University of Otago) discuss the new requirements for initial teacher education programme approvals which were introduced in July 2019. Alex and Pauline explore why the requirements were developed, some …
Young New Zealanders aren't planning to give up the fight against climate change any time soon, with secondary school children expected to strike in the lead-up to this year's general election. 2019 was a busy year for young people around the country, not only with climate action, but also with huge concerns raised about police chasing young fleein…
This week Alex Stones speaks with Steve Denton: a multiple national champion and one of the players invited to play in the Great Southern Knock-Out Invitational event.During the conversation Steve explores his stellar 2015, his partnership with Ceri Worts, why Kiwis haven't managed to win the Superleague, what tactics are available in the North v S…
Jude 3 Dear friends, although I was very eager to write to you about the salvation we share, I felt compelled to write and urge you to contend for the faith that was once for all entrusted to God’s holy peopleBy Peter Snethlage
Main Speaker: Nathan “Barf” Bosher Other Speaker: Dave Homewood Recorded: 1st of September 2019 Released: 12th of January 2020 Duration: 46 minutes 05 seconds In this final talk given at the 2019 Wings Over New Zealand Forum Meet at the Air Force Museum of New Zealand, Wigram, Christchurch, the museum’s resident Safety And Surface Technician Nathan…
story Yesterday there was an orange haze in the skies of Aucklandas smoke from the Australian bushfires drifted 2,000 kilometers across theTasman sea. Yesterday afternoon it got so dark, it felt like an eclipse. Therewere reports of several people calling the emergency number, 111, to tell thepolice that the sky looked strange. At night, people not…
New survey shows was tourists really think about New Zealand.
This week Nick goes for a set of swinging tunes from John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderley, Canadian singer Diana Panton, and Kenny Burrell.
This week Nick checks out some rising stars of NZ jazz: Roger Manins and Callum Allardice, winners of the 2019 Jazz Awards for Jazz Artist and Jazz Composition of the Year, and Myele Manzanza, whose latest album A Love Requited is out on First World Records.
We return to Nepal now - last week Lynn Freeman was on safari, this time she's exploring some of the increasing number of accommodation options available to visitors. Not the increasing number of high end 5-star international hotel chains that are building in Kathmandu, but the more interesting ones like community homestays in rural villages or eco…
For today's independent bookseller we're heading to a tiny shop in a tiny town in the Mackenzie District of Canterbury.
Self-described 'bird nerd' Elizabeth Werner is working to eradicate predators in her Wellington neighbourhood.
She beat the odds of not only making the New Zealand team but defying a badly injured knee to take home a bronze medal at the 2018 Gold coast Commonwealth Games. Now women's boxer Troy Garton has her heart set on representing this country at the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics.
Dog agility - it's a sport that sees dogs of all shapes and sizes zooming around a course - that's described by those in the know as being like a 'doggy amusement park'. If you remember the television show Tux Wonder Dogs, that's what we're talking here - dogs running up ramps, over jumps, and through tunnels. The Weekend producer Laura Dooney met …
It is without doubt one of the most haunting of our bird calls - that of the North Island kokako, less poetically also known as the blue-wattled crow. Ecologist and kokako specialist Dave Bryden is heavily involved in recent translocations in Taranaki and after several years he's able to assess if it's succeeding in establishing viable populations.…
After a breakdown eight years ago, Frank Jansen decided he'd never work in an office again. He now creates gardens for people with mobility or sensory issues and is head gardener at Katherine Mansfield House.
A kea with lead poisoning, seven owls and just as many kereru, a baby kingfisher and an underweight spoonbill are among the summer patients at Christchurch's Wildlife Hospital, during its busiest time of the year with it being breeding season. The Wildlife Veterinary Trust opened the hospital in December 2014 and since then has taken in hundreds of…
Today for our series on lifesavers we're talking to Myles Taylor from Fire and Emergency New Zealand. Myles is the principal rural fire officer in Northland - where a total fire ban was put in place just this week due to tinder-dry conditions. Mr Taylor also helped fight fires in New South Wales in November, just as the fire season took off far ear…
Tenacious is how the judges of the 2019 Voyager New Zealand media awards described Herald/NZME Investigative reporter Kirsty Johnston, when she took out the best crime and/or social issues reporting category.
We speak to RNZ Pacific reporter Jamie Tahana about the impact of the storm, and where it's headed next.
Paddlers - both young and old - have spent this past week battling it out on Lake Karapiro at the annual Waka Ama Sprint Champs. Eighty-one-year-old Emily Bishop is among those competing, her team making it into the finals tomorrow. Kim Savage spoke to Emily about the rigours of training and what how the event's supporting people of all age groups …
The semi-finals are underway at the ASB men's tennis Classic in Auckland. RNZ sports reporter Clay Wilson is there.
Data released by Inland Revenue has revealed overseas-based student loan borrowers owe the Government more than $3.4 billion. There are more than 100,000 people with student loans living overseas and 72,000 of them have not met their repayment obligations. As one in-default borrower who was arrested trying to leave the country found out, they're li…
The idea of fighting fire with fire, it's a concept rooted deep in Australia's aboriginal culture. Indigenous fire management practices have found the spotlight amid the country's bush fire crisis with advocates calling for more recognition for their unique way of managing bush fire risk. Firesticks Alliance Indigenous Corporation is one such organ…
Andrew Barnes is on a global mission to shrink the average working week from five days to four. It's been 18 months since the founder of the trust company Perpetual Guardian offered his staff an opportunity to work four days, but still get paid for five, as long as they got their work done. What he found is staff not only got their work done, but i…
For a quick update on what the markets are up to this evening we're joined by business reporter Madison Reidy.
A historian is concerned that drastic reductions in archive opening hours will make it harder for iwi to conduct crucial research. From March 2nd, the reading room hours at Archives New Zealand will only be open for half a day, closing at 1pm. Archives New Zealand say fewer people are using the reading rooms, and they're redirecting funding towards…
Cyclone Tino, a category one storm, is due to make landfall over Fiji's second-largest island of Vanua Levu later this evening. Labasa has closed shop early as the storm bears down on the farming town. RNZ Pacific's Koro Vaka'uta speaks to Kim Savage.
One in five deaths around the world is caused by sepsis, according to a new study by the Global Burden Of Disease Report. Sepsis -- also known as blood poisoning -- killed more than 11 million people in 2017 - that's 1.4 million more than the number of people killed by cancer. It's got researchers concerned and calling for change as the threat of a…
A series of arson attacks on properties on the eastern side of Lake Taupo is being described as reckless and life-threatening. Seven people escaped with their lives from one holiday home with just minutes to spare, in what's thought to be one of four deliberately lit fires. Andrew McRae reports.
That's how those at the centre of issues with Southern Response have characterised the state insurer's public apology. Southern Response's new boss, Casey Hurren, offered the public apology while speaking to RNZ. But as our reporter Timothy Brown has found out, it didn't go far enough for those battling Southern Response.…
Two-age Sojourner is hosted by is Michael Beck, the pastor of Gracenet Community Church, Wellington, New Zealand. Each week (well, most weeks) Mike is joined on his pilgrimage by three co-hosts. André Beck (yes, he’s Mike’s brother), is pastor of Bethesda Baptist Church in Felixstowe, UK. For more information about him click here. Music on this pod…
It's Oscar nomination season and everyone is upset about it! Meanwhile, new films keep coming out every week and our fearless film critic Dan Slevin throws himself at the good and the bad with fear about self care.
Conservationists hit a series of milestones in 2019 as they boosted the numbers of some of the countries most endangered species.
Every day we've been checking in on what's going on in the regions in Aotearoa and the pacific. Today for our final regional round up we're heading to the beautiful Hawkes Bay to chat to our correspondent Anusha Bradley.
A survey of GP's has found many are being asked for access to medicinal cannabis, and that some patients are also admitting they illegally obtain their own cannabis to self medicate.
Heavy smoke from the Australian bushfires has forced some tennis players to pull out of warmup matches ahead of the Australian Open.
Am I A Bad Person, Friday Flashback and what did you discover about your partner a few months in?By ZM
The impeachment trial of the US president Donald Trump is underway at the US Senate in Washington DC.
Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters says the government will be sticking to its commitment to Iraq, leaving troops there until June, despite calls for their withdrawal. Mr Peters made the comments to RNZ in his first interview since a rocket attack near Camp Taji earlier this week. Rockets landed approximately three kilometres away for Camp Taj…
What if there was a magic number that proved you right? There's no such thing, but we do have the p-value which is the probability that your scientific hypothesis is right.
What if there was a magic number that proved you right? There's no such thing, but we do have the p-value which is the probability that your scientific hypothesis is right.
In this episode we listen to some historical Whaikōrero from the archives, and discuss their meaning, style, and impact. Links to the full length archival material; https://ngataonga.org.nz/collections/catalogue/catalogue-item?record_id=231525 https://www.ngataonga.org.nz/collections/catalogue/catalogue-item?record_id=228674 https://www.ngataonga.o…
Kia ora, Welcome to Friday's Economy Watch where we follow the economic events and trends that affect New Zealand. I'm David Chaston and this is the International edition from Interest.co.nz. Today we lead with news markets have had a shot in the arm from good December American data. The advance estimate of US retail sales in December came in at th…
Business is Boring is a weekly podcast series presented by The Spinoff in association with Callaghan Innovation. Host Simon Pound speaks with innovators and commentators focused on the future of New Zealand. This week he talks to Bridie Picot, founder of Thing Industries and Wrappy. This week’s podcast is a chat about turning cool ideas into great …
This week children with congenital heart defects are attending a camp in Auckland.
Three times a week, we'll check in with Hemi Kelly, to learn some useful te reo Māori phrases you can use in your day-to-day life.
This week marks the hundredth anniversary of the League of Nations, an organisation with lofty goals which was plagued by difficulty right from it's inception.
Twenty identical slivers of kauri have been sent around the globe for a radiocarbon intercomparison project which seeks to see what divergences different labs have from each other.
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