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Best RNZ podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best RNZ podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
Updated January 2020
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Unfurling fresh ideas and sounds along with the best radio documentaries and features from here and overseas.
From breaking news and larger than life characters to everyday events, we tell the stories that matter to the quarter of all New Zealanders born outside the country.
Emile Donovan hosts a crowd of characters, stories and music makers for a summer holiday romp.
A daily current affairs programme covering the major Pacific stories of the week, with background and reaction from the people making the news.
The most authoritative and comprehensive coverage of local and world events to be found on morning radio happens from 6:00am to 9:00am every weekday on RNZ National.
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.
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.
Comprehensive twice-daily coverage of rural events and people, including farming, horticulture, forestry, aquaculture, trade, research and rural politics.
Pacific language news bulletins in Tongan, Samoan, Pidgin, French, Cook Islands Maori and Niuean.
Jesse hosts an upbeat mix of the curious and the compelling, ranging from the stories of the day to the great questions of our time.
A weekly topical magazine about current film releases and film related topics.
Immigrant whānau across Aotearoa have frank conversations covering love, ancestry, home, food, expectation, and acceptance. Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund.
A journey through the periodic table of elements with chemistry professor Allan Blackman, from AUT, and Alison Ballance
A weekly Pacific magazine programme features New Zealand and regional Pacific news, issues, information and music. This programme is also simulcast domestically on Radio New Zealand National.
Our commentators make sense of the week in politics
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.
Lately with Karyn Hay is a late night radio show on RNZ National, with an eye on live events, an ear for music, a great sense of humour and a genuine interest in people and their stories.
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 weekly investigative documentary exploring what is happening in New Zealand and to New Zealanders here and overseas. Best Factual Weekly Programme at the 2019 NZ Radio Awards
The philosophy of Te Ahi Kaa is to reflect the diversity of Māori in the past, present and future. While bilingual in delivery, the programme incorporates Māori practices and values in its content, format and presentation.
The shady, controversial and sometimes downright villainous characters of New Zealand history, presented by William Ray.
A monthly web-only feature, podcasting performances by New Zealand artists.
A new series by Newsroom and RNZ, discussing the world of business in Aotearoa.
Using real stories told by real people, Melody Thomas leads a frank (but often entertaining) exploration of sex, sexuality and relationships.
New Zealand Parliament - live streaming audio from Parliament (during sitting times) and listen-again audio from Question Time.Go to the footer of this page to find the link and frequencies to listen live. When Parliament is not sitting, this frequency carries the Southern Star programme from the Radio Rhema Broadcast Group. To discover when Parliament is and is not sitting, visit the Parliamentary website (www.parliament.nz/en/watch-parliament/).
Getting out in the field and the lab to bring you New Zealandstories about science, nature and the environment.
GOLD MEDAL, NEW YORK FESTIVALS RADIO AWARDS 2019BEST PODCAST, NEW ZEALAND RADIO AWARDS 2019 Finalist AIB Awards 2019 (Winner announced November 6 2019)A true crime podcast series from Stuff and RNZ. Produced by Amy Maas and Adam Dudding.
| Winner Best Podcast – NZ Radio Awards 2019 || Winner Gold Medal – New York Festivals Radio Awards 2019 || Winner Best Investigative Radio/Audio Series – The AIBs 2019 |Gail Maney was sent to prison on her son’s birthday. The police said she’d put a hit on a man who stole drugs from her. She went to jail for 15 years.She’s consistently denied having anything to do with the disappearance of Deane Fuller-Sandys. In fact, she says, she never even met him. She isn't sure he was murdered at all. ...
Exploring the full spectrum of this influential genre and its musicians.
Newer or less-exposed musicians have two minutes to describe themselves and one of their songs. Time...Starts...Now.
Mediawatch looks critically at the New Zealand media - television, radio, newspapers and magazines as well as the 'new' electronic media.
Standing Room Only's first arts and culture show for 2020. 12.30-4pm Sunday
Filmmaker Sharon Hyman has lived just down the road from the love of her life, David, for 20 years. The couple live happily apart as 'apartners'. Sharon's second film, Apartners: Living Happily Ever Apart is due for release later this year.
It was no surprise the Sussexes’ sudden decision to retreat from royalty and quit the kingdom fired up the hyperactive UK media - especially as they cited press pestering as a major reason. But half a world away, ours were in a frenzy over it too.
Digging deep and scraping social media to fill the summer news void; royals' retreat sparks right royal media pile-on; pre-empting the Facebook trolls.
The start of the political year begins with a sharp focus on what Government has (or has not) delivered for Maori
ABC Wantok Program for 24 January 2020.
Taranaki could be heading for its driest January in 40 years and central Otago's waiting for its first drop of rain for the year.
The Marshall Islands health system struggles to cope with the country's worst-ever dengue outbreak; Samoa's measles crisis wanes, but questions remained unanswered; PNG defends itself from a damning human rights report; A noted Cook Island environmentalist sets up a new foundation; A Tongan scientist looks to boost Pasifika interest in STEM subject…
Peter Jackson's The Fellowship of the Rings, the first in the Lord of the Rings trilogy, has been named as the second greatest film of the 21st Century by Empire Magazine.
Doc's Threatened Species Ambassador Niclola Toki talks about this week's critter - the Basking Shark, a charismatic and harmless shark species. It's also the second largest fish in the world.
The first Song Crush of the year has some songs nostalgic for the 80s, as well as some up-and-coming local musicians and more. Host Kirsten Johnstone is joined by Tony Stamp and Waveney Russ.
A review into the export of livestock has some farmers worried about the future viability of their businesses.
The energy lines company, Vector, says the Auckland market continues to grow at pace.
Our comedians Te Radar and Michele A'Court chew on a lamington burger and examine whether takeaways are necessary given the amount of time saving food products that are available.
What's thought to be one of the biggest murals in the country has transformed a large grey concrete wall in Hamilton. The wall - 248 metres long and 11 metres tall at its highest point - was originally part of a hill, Te Kopu Mania o Kirikiriroa, that was excavated as a work scheme during the depression. Since then it's loomed over passers-by in An…