Matt Farah and Zack Klapman sit down with automotive icons, pro drivers, comedians and other friends to discuss automotive industry news, racing, projects and whatever else comes to mind. Watch our car reviews at www.youtube.com/thesmokingtire Follow us! T: @thesmokingtire @zackklapman IG: @thesmokingtire @fakezackklapman Rent or buy our movies!, where we find out if some bad CraigsList cars can cross an entire US State, off-road!https://vimeo.com/thesmokingtire
For eight years the Pagan-Musings Podcast Channel has produced weekly content of the Pagan flavor. Continuously growing, PMPC now offers a wide selection of news, views, music, and information to the Global Pagan community.Line-Up: Pagan-Musings Podcast with KaliSara and RevKess, Sundays at 7pm Central. Musica Pagani with RevKess (currently on hiatus). Pagan Weekly News with RevKess and KaliSara, Thursdays at 10pm Central. The Maiden, Mother, and Crone of Green Egg joined the line-up in 2015 ...
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We Heart Therapy is a channel about Therapy, Wellness and life from a therapist, coach and relationship Expert, Anabelle Bugatti. This channel features podcast on how to live a better life, have successful relationships, and discusses different types of therapy available so that you know which is the best fit for you. Make sure to check us out on YouTube at We Heart Therapy.
ISSIMI is an enthusiast-owned, full-service specialist offering sales, consignment, collection management, service, and consulting to discerning enthusiasts and collectors. Specializing in complex transactions that include international services for exceptional cars, ISSIMI’s San Francisco Bay Area and Europe-based teams of experts pride themselves on transparency and knowledge. ISSIMI also produces enthusiast editorial media, including “Spotlight,” “Jason Cammisa on the Icons,” “The Carmudg ...
Alfonso Ciavoli Cortelli, aka DJ FONZIE CIACO is an Italian dee-jay and producer , born in Naples (Italy) on September 21, 1978. 1990 is the year that marks a turning point in his life: He started his passion for music ... so much to be discovered later as a real companion of his life. In 1991 at age 13 he began DJing as a hobby under the name DJ CIACO. He soon acquires the various techniques of mixing on vinyl from his master DJ Silvano Pagani, starting to buy the first vinyl records, drive ...
Dominion Fire Media is a Christian content creation network, based in Las Vegas, Nevada aka "Saint City." Initially formed as a healing and creative arts ministry, Dominion Fire is expanding to provide more media content, and this is the official page for Dominion Fire 360. Dominion Fire 360 is an all-encompassing program, on variety topics, featuring podcasts, original audio recordings, short-form presentations, and exclusive interviews with leaders in the area of Christian interest, divine ...
Joining us on the Panel this morning are Josie Pagani and Louis Houlbrooke. Among other topics, they'll be looking at Jake Bezzant and his purported behaviour online and Naomi Osaka's pullout from the French Tennis Open.
Jason Cammisa is the host of the shows “Know it All”, “Icons”, and “Revelations”, which air on Hagerty’s YouTube channel. His latest video analyzes the history of the iconic BMW M3. We talk to him about what it took to film that incredible video and what he thinks about the new M3. Then, Matt and Zack talk about what they've driven lately and answe…
Roger N Farah is finally joining us in studio to do the business show and dropping serious knowledge. Regardless of your industry or craft, you can learn from this show. Pops, if you did not know, is a heavy hitter. He just retired as Chairman of the Board of Tiffany & Co., having organized the largest luxury retail sales merger in history, selling…
The Steampunk NZ Festival started in 2009. Seven years later, The Guardian named Oamaru the 'Steampunk Capital of the World'. We're crossing live to the North Otago town to catch up with 'La Falconess' and 'Agent Darling' at the 11th annual festival.
A recent study out of Australia showed that about a third of people there would rather spend time with their pets than people, with women more likely to prefer their furry friends to humans. And it's likely to be the same in New Zealand.
Joanna Grochowicz's new book, Shackleton's Endurance: An Antarctic Survival Story, tells the incredible story of Ernest Shackleton's 1914 Imperial Trans-Antarctic expedition. Joanna joins the show from her MiQ hotel in Rotorua to discuss. .
Research shows that bad things have more of an impact on us than good things. Social psychologist and willpower expert, Professor Roy Baumeister is with us to look at the 'negativity bias' and the art of mastering self-control.
Author Simon Garfield's latest book, Dog's Best Friend, draws upon history, science art and the writer's own personal experiences with his black Labrador retriever Ludo, to dissect the enduring relationship between humans and dogs.
Astronomer Seth Shostak made a daring bet in his 2012 TED Talk: We'll find extraterrestrial life by 2036 or he'll buy you a cup of coffee. Nine years on, Shostak remains convinced that it's a matter of time before the bet gets called off.
For whom the bell trolls - cyclists; the NIMBY photo formula; Aussie China crisis report falls flat.
It's an end of an era in Oturehua this week as motorcycle enthusiasts gather for the 40th and final Brass Monkey rally. Radio NZ Board of Governors member Mike O'Donnell is attending his 24th Brass Monkey rally this year.
Research out of Coventry University shows that regularly soaking in a hot tub - or sitting in a sauna - can mimic many of the health benefits of exercise. PhD candidate Charles Steward is with us to discuss how hot baths can mimic exercise.
Wellington-born, Oamaru-raised Ireland rugby international Sene Naoupu is one of the most prolific and remarkable figures in the oval ball world. She's Calling Home from Dublin this morning.
Chris and Anne-Marie Allen have owned Anna Dale Farm for nearly 30 years. It's a 300-hectare farm at Ashburton Forks and was severely damaged by flood waters over the last week. Anne-Marie joins the show to discuss the damage.
We have driven a LOT of cars (and bikes) so it’s time to talk about them. We had two NSXes, the BMW M3 Comp, Harley Panamericana, and drove the Ferrari SF90. All that, plus answering Q&A! Use Off The Record! and ALWAYS fight your tickets! Enter code TST10 for a 10% discount on your first case on the Off The Record app, or go to https://off-the-reco…
Henry Catchpole was the Features Editor for EVO Magazine for 11 years and now hosts the YouTube channel, Carfection, which produces exceptional videos about important and iconic cars. He recently had quite a day, driving 3 icons: the McLaren F1, Mercedes CLK GTR, and Porsche GT1. Use Off The Record! and ALWAYS fight your tickets! Enter code TST10 f…
While the world continues to struggle to contain Covid-19, scientists are warning of another coronavirus pandemic on the horizon -- one which is likely to come from a yeast-like fungus. Dr Tom Chiller joins the show to discuss.
A new documentary, Heaven and Hell - The Centrepoint Story - airs tonight. It's a gruelling but powerful watch - mainly from the perspective of some of the former children of the commune, including Christchurch GP Dr Caroline Ansley.
Are you a daydreamer? Many of us were as children, but as adults we find it increasingly harder to be pleasantly lost in our thoughts. Nick Buttrick was part of a team that published a study on daydreaming recently in the journal, Emotion.
Director Rodney Ascher's debut 'Room 237' offered up some wild theories about interpretations of Stanley Kubrick's visionary masterpiece 'The Shining.' His latest documentary, 'A Glitch in the Matrix' is equally fascinating.
Bike Auckland's Liberate the Lane took place at Point Erin Park in Ponsonby this morning, before the cyclists made their way across the harbour bridge. The Chair and Spokesperson for Bike Auckland, Barb Cuthbert, joined us from the rally.
Long working hours led to 745,000 deaths from stroke and heart disease in 2016 - a 29 percent rise since 2000, according to new research from the WHO and the International Labour Organisation. The study's co-author, Tim Driscoll explains
The Aussie outfits rebooting 24/7 sport on radio; a belated investigation into a skifield founder's Nazi past; Bob's big birthday goes round the clock.
Panelists Josie Pagani and Chris Wikaira are looking at the Canterbury weather, the idea of a four-day work week, white privilege, and halting licences for new bottle stores because of increasing street violence.
Now we're heading to the normally-picturesque Erewhon Station, a high country property nestled right amongst the Southern Alps, to see what's happening there. Leaser holder Erin Cassie is with us for an update.
Christchurch native Rowan Bashford is living his best life in Iceland, where he runs a guiding company with his partner, Guðný Diljá Helgadóttir, and lives on a farm called Malarás in the Öræfi region He's Calling Home this morning.
Professor Michael Baker is back to look at a few different Covid-19 stories doing the rounds, including the prospect of an 'Olympic coronavirus' strain being created if the Games go ahead in Tokyo as planned this year.
The Law Commission is currently reviewing succession law, which is the law that addresses who should get a person's property when they die. It's important law that affects all New Zealanders. Commissioner Helen McQueen explains.
It's going to be a weekend of wet and wild weather in Canterbury. Philip Duncan joins the show for an update on what's happening in southern and central Canterbury and what people can expect from here on in.
Parker Kligerman (@pkligerman) is in the studio! This guy does everything: racing driver, pit reporter, TV host, and iRacing team owner. He has been the pit reporter for NBC Sports for several years, covering everything from NASCAR races to 24 Hour of Daytona. He currently drives the #75 truck in the NASAR Camping World Truck series and you can see…
Tony Angelo might have the coolest origin story in automotive media. He learned to wrench on an RX-7, then he was a driver in the very first season of Formula Drift, and now you he's the host of MotorTrend's "Hot Rod Garage" alongside Lucky Costa. Tony has built some CRAZY stuff on that show including a Jaguar drag car, a twin-engined AWD Impala SS…
Kiwis spend millions every year on over-the-counter herbal and dietary supplements in an attempt to lose weight, but the first global review of complementary medicines for weight loss suggests that their use cannot be justified.
Having trouble getting rid of fruit flies at home or in the office? Don't be surprised - they're 'brainer' than you think. Christopher Potter, associate professor of neuroscience at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, explains.
In his latest book, The Frontiers of Knowledge: What We Now Know about Science, History and the Mind, bestselling philosopher A.C. Grayling offers an ambitious and gripping history of science, thought, life on earth and the human mind.
How long with cryptocurrencies remain a part of the financial landscape? Elon Musk says while cryptocurrency is "promising", people should proceed with caution. Sunday Morning tech correspondent Helen Baxter offers her thoughts.
Nordic countries dominate global happiness rankings. However, you'd have a hard time trying to convince a lot of Finns that the World Happiness Report offers an accurate gauge of their overall state of mind. Jukka Savolainen explains.
New Zealanders spend tens of millions of dollars every year on over-the-counter herbal and dietary supplements in an attempt to lose weight, but the first global review of complementary medicines for weight loss suggests that their use cannot be justified based on the current evidence. Lead author Erica Bessell, a PhD candidate from the University …
Sportscaster's conduct put spotlight back on media culture; poll piles pressure on party leader - but do we care?; media make and break leadership in volatile times.
Joining us on the Panel this morning are Brigitte Morten and Sam Stubbs. They'll be discussing the Budget, how safe we feel in New Zealand, what Martin Bashir did, how much we pay our nurses, and the immigration we want.
Life in the four storey Residence of the Ambassador of Spain to Argentina - her husband Javier Sandomingo - is a world away from Megan Adams' upbringing in rural Southland. She's Calling Home this morning from Buenos Aires.
New Zealander Gary McLean is an international authority on coronaviruses. Professor McLean is with us to look at Long Covid, the vaccine rollouts, and the fact that Covid sticks around the body longer than we first thought.
Freddy "Tavarish" Hernandez is an incredibly successful automotive YouTuber who buys broken exotic cars and brings them back to life. In his new show, Car Trek, Freddy, Ed Bolian and Tyler Hoover buy odd used cars and take them on adventures. In the latest season they all bought cheap(ish) used Ferraris. What could wrong? We talk about his show, Th…
It's a crew show! Zack is back from racing Lemons at Sebring and had all of the good and bad one expects from racing cheap cars. Matt tells us about an amazing book about human stupidity, and we take a deeper dive on how we failed at van camping. Learn from our mistakes! Get 20% off your first monthly box when you sign up at BoxOfAwesome.com and en…