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Best Shortall podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Shortall podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Popsessed
Weekly
 
Holly Shortall and Conor Behan welcome you to their pop culture podcast Popsessed. Follow Holly @hollyshortall and Conor @platinumjones.
 
Lori Jill Isenstadt from All About Breastfeeding is on a mission to normalize breastfeeding..... all around the world. She has interviews with Dr Dawn Obrecht, Abby Theuring, Jessica Shortall, Dr. Jack Newman, Maureen Minchin and more. Learn from mothers who are actively breastfeeding, sharing their personal stories of breastfeeding with ease and babies who just know exactly what to do. Hear intimate stories from mothers about their struggles and pain with breastfeeding. Everyday moms sharin ...
 
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Spool Film Podcast
Monthly
 
The place for Irish cinema-obsessives Páraic McGeough and Nigel Wheatley to discuss the best and worst films that they've seen in cinemas and on the telly. We've been on the go since 2012. Say hello @spool on Twitter.
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
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Poem of the Week
Monthly
 
Poem of the Week invites you to listen to contributors recite some of their favorite poems and talk about what these poems mean to them. Presented by Morgan O’Reilly, this podcast series, originally broadcast on Near FM 2017/18, features some of Ireland’s most exciting new voices such as Jessica Traynor, Kate Dempsey, Kenneth Nolan and Alan Jude Moore alongside local people and community activists from the North Dublin area, this series offers a unique and diverse range of contributors. Each ...
 
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Drunk Degrassi
Daily+
 
Degrassi lovin' best buds Rebecca Shortall and Michael Dyllan get drunk and watch Degrassi: the Next Generation from the beginnning. It's 100% intense, it goes there and if your life was a podcast it would be this.
 
What’s the connection between certain women - from Lady Gaga to the Queen Mum - and gay male society?This interview series hosted by Alice Beverton-Palmer - herself straight but a gay club DJ - explores the Dorothy in ‘friends of Dorothy’.Expect fresh, frank and funny interviews with famous names and unsung heroes, a new angle on the queer zeitgeist, and history you won’t have learned at school.Get involved on Twitter - we want your stories, and your guest suggestions. Tweet a name @Dorothy_ ...
 
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Wine with notes of royalty will be made near Auckland today. The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will visit the Hunting Lodge Winery in Waimauku this afternoon as part of their New Zealand tour. Winery chief executive James Shortall says the winery tries to utilise its heritage, being one of the first sites in the country to have sa ...…
 
Auckland electorates are up for a major shake-up ahead of next year's election. The boundary changes, which includes a proposed new one for South Auckland, will have a major impact on National MP Mark Mitchell's Rodney electorate, where he'll receive Coatesville and Dairy Flat, but will lose Warkworth and the Kowhai Coast. The Representation Co ...…
 
Charles and Camilla are visiting the Waitangi treaty grounds. Historian and treaty expert Paul Moon joins Mike Hosking to discuss Prince Charles and Camilla's plans in New Zealand today. The pair are visiting the Waitangi treaty grounds, where they will be welcomed with a powhiri and take part in a tour and tree planting ceremony. The historic ...…
 
Australian correspondent Steve Price joins Mike Hosking to talk about the latest from across the ditch, including the government coming under fire for telling older citizens to work longer. The average age of retirement in Australia is 63, and access for the pension will go up to 67 by mid-2023. Price says Treasurer of Australia Josh Frydenberg ...…
 
New Zealand First Party leader Winston Peters joins Mike Hosking to talk about the allegations of electoral donation wrongdoing. The Electoral Commission is looking into the reports by filtering them through the foundation. Peters says he's the Parliamentary leader, and doesn't have oversight over all party matters, but he says they've done not ...…
 
US Correspondent Richard Arnold joins Mike Hosking to talk about the latest around US President Donald Trump's potential impeachment and Kane West's religious endeavours. Alexander Vindman, an official who heard a call between US President Donald Trump and Ukraine's president says he was concerned by the conversation and is testifying at the im ...…
 
Associate finance minster David Parker joins Mike Hosking to talk about changes to the Overseas Investment Act that will be used to prevent assets being sold to off-shore buyers. The Government's announced its tightening up foreign investment rules, allowing it to veto investments in companies it believes are critical to security or democracy. ...…
 
Medical experts say the University of Otago isn't blameless in a med student cheating scandal. More than 50 Otago University medical students won't be allowed to graduate, after submitting false overseas work experience records. Medical Association chair Dr Kate Baddock told Mike Hosking the university could've made the situation more clear to ...…
 
Breakers owner Matt Walsh has vowed to keep taking risks despite the NBL basketball club's controversy hit season. And Walsh rejected suggestions the club is going downhill since he purchased it from Paul and Liz Blackwell early last year, saying he had rescued it from extinction. Recent recruit Glen Rice Jr is in court this week on an assault ...…
 
The Chief of Army says there is a "minimal" chance that unexploded New Zealand munitions caused civilian deaths in Afghanistan. And he is questioning whether the NZ Defence Force left behind any unexploded ordnance at all in the firing ranges that its soldiers used near Bamiyan. Major General John Boswell was responding to a report from Stuff t ...…
 
Prince Andrew's effort to put the Jeffrey Epstein scandal behind him may have instead done him irreparable harm. While aides are trying to put the best face on his widely criticized interview with the BBC, royal watchers are asking whether he can survive the public relations disaster and remain a working member of the royal family. The question ...…
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has refused to be drawn on claims that an electoral slush fund run on behalf of NZ First may have breached the Electoral Act. Stuff this morning reported a body called the New Zealand First Foundation appeared to have hidden political donations worth almost half a million dollars. The foundation was controlled by a ...…
 
We are going to be talking about a very personal and very sensitive subject amongst the breastfeeding community. Your milk supply. I know this is personal and I know this sensitive. I also know that this is a huge topic of concern and based on the great response I have had from the last several shows that I talked about milk supply, I know this ...…
 
A medical union says violence against hospital staff is out of control, due to drug and alcohol use. DHB figures show hundreds of violent incidents where staff have been stabbed, kicked in the jaw, or suffered broken bones. New Zealand Resident Doctors' Association national secretary Dr Deborah Powell told Mike Hosking most incidents are fuelle ...…
 
Disability support providers want the government to deliver on its promise of 'enabling good lives' for the disabled. A report from New Zealand Disability Support Network says the current funding is stretched too thin and families and carers are having to pick up the slack. It estimates a $500 million funding shortfall, and it's thought around ...…
 
Gordon Sondland, the American envoy to the European Union, was acting at President Donald Trump's instruction in his dealings with Ukraine, and Sondland said that the President told him Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky "must announce the opening of the investigations," according to the closed-door deposition of a former National Security ...…
 
An outspoken Australian parliamentarian said that he and a colleague have been barred entry to China for a study trip, a development he said was concerning. Sen. James Paterson said he and Rep. Andrew Hastie were due to take part in a study tour next month in Beijing organised by China Matters, an Australia-based think-tank. He said the Chinese ...…
 
Thousands of West Coasters marched against a raft of Government changes to whitebaiting, mining and farming rules. However, the MP for the area says that it was an exercise in grandstanding for National. Around three to four thousand people gathered yesterday in Greymouth, rallying in support of local industries and their way of life. A number ...…
 
If Prince Andrew hoped that a TV interview about his relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein would stop the flow of negative press coverage he faced, he could not have been more wrong. A tweet posted by Charlie Proctor, editor of the Royal Central website, following the royal's high-stakes interview with the BBC appeared to ech ...…
 
Landlords have hit back a new tenancy law reforms, saying the latest rules will make it harder to evict anti-social tenants. Landlords will no longer be able to get rid of tenants without reason, under law changes announced today by Associate Housing Minister Kris Faafoi. They say the law change will make it much harder for landlords to get rid ...…
 
Space is the new frontier for business in New Zealand. An economic report has revealed the space sector contributed almost $1.7 billion to the economy last year. Rocket Lab chief executive Peter Beck told Mike Hosking it was only a matter of time before the industry blasted off. He says Rocket Lab was the foundation, and they're now seeing lots ...…
 
Farmers say they are feeling frustrated by uncertainty from the government. Hundreds of people marched to Parliament yesterday, with lobby group 50 Shades of Green asking to be consulted by the Government on farming decisions. Waikato dairy farmer Roger Blunt told Mike Hosking there's a lot of distrust and confusion. He says farmers feel like p ...…
 
It's time to look back on the career of All Black Kieran Read. It all started against Scotland back in 2008, before he would go on to become a multiple World Cup winner, playing 127 matches and 52 as captain. Read retired after this World Cup and will now link up with Japanese cub Toyota Verblitz. Before all that though there is a memoir coming ...…
 
A Northern Territory policeman charged with murder over last weekend’s alleged shooting of 19-year-old indigenous man, has been released on bail. Kumanjayi Walker died after he was allegedly shot at Yuendumu, 300 kilometres from Alice Springs, on Saturday night when two police officers went there to arrest him for breaches of his suspended sent ...…
 
A recruitment industry leader says there is still a lack of gender diversity in many jobs. Figures from the last Census show 99.7 per cent of midwives are women and almost 90 percent of builders are men. Randstand recruitment agency company director Katherine Swan says more diverse and inclusive work places lead to better profitability and staf ...…
 
Every Friday morning, Mike Hosking takes you through the big ticket items of the week and lets you know what he makes of it all. David Seymour. 10/10. "As big a week as you can ever get in politics, short of winning an election. The End of Life Choice Bill is a triumph in determination, dedication, and hard work." Sustainable NZ. 6/10. "Because ...…
 
New Zealanders will be given the opportunity to watch more than 50 sports free thanks to a new initiative from Sky Sports and former Olympic and America's Cup sailor Rob Waddell. Over 50 national sports organisations and rights-holders have come together to form the New Zealand Sport Collective, led by Waddell, along with a new platform called ...…
 
Two referendums and a general election for 2020, but the Justice Minister is confident it won't be a case of information overload.There will be a vote on both cannabis and euthanasia legalisation at the ballot box next year. Justice Minister Andrew Little told Mike Hosking he acknowledges it's a lot to consider, but is certain people will get t ...…
 
A student gunman opened fire Thursday at a Southern California high school, killing two students and wounding three others before he was captured in grave condition after shooting himself in the head, authorities said. The shooting occurred around 7:30 a.m. at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, about 30 miles (48 kilometers) northwest of down ...…
 
An economist is predicting there'll be two more cuts to the OCR in the first half of next year. The Reserve Bank surprised the market by choosing to hold the Official Cash Rate at one percent yesterday. ASB chief economist Nick Tuffley says there'll likely be cuts in February and May next year. "It does look like growth won't be quite as strong ...…
 
Another significant contribution to the regional and national economy by the annual Fieldays event in Hamilton.. The recent Economic Impact Report shows $549 million in sales revenue for New Zealand firms was generated this year. That's an increase of more than $50 million on last year’s figures. Fieldays' General manager of Commercial Nick Dro ...…
 
The fight to clear Peter Ellis' name goes to the Supreme Court today. The 61-year-old served seven years in prison for sexually abusing children at the Christchurch Civic Creche in the 90s, but always maintained his innocence. He died in August still fighting to clear his name. Lawyer Nigel Hampton QC told Mike Hosking today's hearing will focu ...…
 
A former Conservative Party Cabinet minister said Wednesday that giving the party a majority in next month's election would be ``disastrous'' for the U.K., in the latest example of how the Brexit debate has shattered traditional party alliances in this deeply divided country. David Gauke, who served as justice secretary until July, said an outr ...…
 
Dame Julie Andrews is simply Hollywood royalty. She burst onto the Broadway scene back in 1954, and then the big screen breakthrough came through Mary Poppins, which earned her an Oscar. Over the course of her career, she has earned five golden globes, three grammys and two emmys. Julie Andrews is now telling her Hollywood story in the second p ...…
 
Parliament has passed a fiercely debated bill legalising assisted dying, with the public to now make the final decision on the legislation next year. The End of Life Choice Bill passed 69 votes to 51 at its third and final vote in the House on Wednesday night and will now to go to referendum alongside the 2020 general election. So how would ass ...…
 
A former top Australian firefighter says fire seasons are getting harder to prevent. Around 150 bushfires continue to burn in New South Wales and Queensland. Former New South Wales fire and rescue deputy commissioner Ken Thompson says the fire season is now starting as early as August. He told Mike Hosking firefighters try hazard reduction meth ...…
 
Shane Jones is refusing to retract statements he made over partnership visas, which were seen by some as racist. A new visa has been created to counter immigration rule changes which stopped people in culturally arranged marriages bringing their spouses here. The New Zealand First MP came under fire for backing the previous policy, saying those ...…
 
Democrats may be losing the battle for public attention on the first day of public hearings in the impeachment inquiry. US president Donald Trump is accused of trying to pressure Ukraine into investigating political rival Joe Biden. Senior Trump administration officials Bill Taylor and George Kent have provided damning testimony and have confir ...…
 
There is disagreement between Labour and National MPs on school zoning. The responsibility for creating zones will be taken away from school boards and given to a new agency. Labour MP Stuart Nash told Mike Hosking the current situation doesn't work. "Schools can determine their own zones. What they are doing is carving out areas which they don ...…
 
An Otago University PhD student says children can help in the fight against food waste. A study has shown children are more accepting than adults of suboptimal fruit and veges, offering retailers marketing opportunities. PhD student Annesha Makhal told Mike Hosking almost 45 percent of fruit and veges are thrown away each year globally. "Ugly p ...…
 
Palliative care workers have joined last-minute pleas against a voluntary euthanasia bill as politicians look likely to pass the legislation at its final vote in Parliament. Act Leader David Seymour's fiercely debated End of Life Choice bill will have its third reading in the House today. The legislation - which would let terminally ill adults ...…
 
The Infrastructure Commission chair says it's clear infrastructure growth is slower than what it should be. The new, independent commission is continuing to grow its pipeline, which now includes $21.1 billion worth of projects. Chair Alan Bollard told Mike Hosking infrastructure has been growing, but it's lagging compared to the rest of the eco ...…
 
A private investigator says a new bill to right miscarriages of justice might not affect lots of people, but for those it will, it'll be profound. A new law means if a commission finds there has been a miscarriage of justice, they will refer the case back to the Court of Appeal to reconsider. Private investigator Tim McKinnel played a key role ...…
 
Doctors at a Detroit hospital have performed what could be the first double lung transplant on a man whose lungs were damaged from vaping. No other details of the transplant were released Monday by Henry Ford Health System, which has scheduled a news conference Tuesday. The patient has asked his medical team to share photographs and an update t ...…
 
National is looking to put the Government's fees-free scheme on the scrap heap. The Opposition's latest discussion document shows it wants to redirect billions of dollars from the scheme to set up a Kiwisaver-type fund. The proposal is one of several to replace fees-free, a Government flagship policy that has failed to see an increase in the nu ...…
 
Key points:• 83 fires are burning in NSW, 50 of which are not contained;• One blaze west of Coffs Harbour covers 150,000 hectares, with a perimeter of more than 1000km;• At least a dozen homes were damaged or destroyed yesterday;• Wind change that caused havoc in NSW yesterday is now moving into QLD;• More than 60 fires are burning across the s ...…
 
Reviews of.... The Irishman, Monos, Marriage Story, Sorry We Missed You, Bait, The Last Black Man in San Francisco, and Terminator: Dark Fate. Plus a look ahead to Knives Out and Frozen II! Boom.By SpoolPodcast.ie
 
A gin shop in the English town of York has banned cheesy Christmas songs for the sake of staff morale, the owners have said. York Gin has banned all Xmas songs after the 1960's to boost morale of their staff. They say having to listen to the likes of Mariah Carey and Michael Buble for hours on end every day would ruin Christmas, and they are af ...…
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says moving Auckland's port is not a question of if, rather a question of when. This comes as the final report into the future of the port has been handed back to ministers. According to TVNZ, the report concluded that Auckland's current port operations are "no longer economically or environmentally viable". This r ...…
 
The Government is being told it needs to be cautious with Firearms Prohibition Orders. The proposed Orders would ban certain criminals from being anywhere near firearms, and give police greater powers to investigate them. Police Association President Chris Cahill says it's practical on paper, with lots of people that would meet the criteria. He ...…
 
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