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The Harry Redknapp Show is the brand new podcast series hosted by the man himself! In each episode Harry and his mate Dodge (@EventfulEntrepreneur) are joined by a different famous face to talk about football, life and everything in between. The incredible line up of guests in Season One includes Sir Rod Stewart, Romesh Ranganathan and Mo Gilligan, and the whole thing kicks off on Tuesday 12th January when the boys are joined by Piers Morgan. You don’t want to miss out so make sure you’re su ...
 
Inspirational, intimate and disarmingly-unfiltered conversations about living a fully-engaged, fiercely-connected and meaning-drenched life. From iconic world-shakers like Elizabeth Gilbert, Brene Brown, Sir Ken Robinson, Seth Godin and Gretchen Rubin to everyday guests, every story matters.
 
We surprise some of the world's brightest minds with ideas they're not at all prepared to discuss. With host Jason Gots and special guests Neil Gaiman, Alan Alda, Salman Rushdie, Mary-Louise Parker, Richard Dawkins, Margaret Atwood, Sam Harris, Daniel Dennett, Saul Williams, Henry Rollins, Bill Nye, George Takei, Maria Popova, and many more . . . You've got 10 minutes with Einstein. What do you talk about? Black holes? Time travel? Why not gambling? The Art of War? Contemporary parenting? So ...
 
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Today's topic of conversation is Sex! Just about everyone has, does or will have sex at some time in their life, yet the subject is still taboo for many. On this episode Sir Rod and his ever opinionated side kick JustTori speak with a trained Sex Coach Alexis Samond'e, of Intimate Desires about the joy and pleasures of sex. Coach Alexis discusses h…
 
Ever feel like life is one non-stop boundary issue? You’re not alone. And my guest, Terri Cole, can help. Before earning a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychotherapy from New York University, Terri ran a talent agency for actors and supermodels. She was your typical Type A overachiever with zero balance and no internal peace, driven by ambition, liv…
 
At $50,000 per dwelling, is a big taxpayer handout to Councils the right medicine for a housing shortage? Jordan sits down with the Executive Director of the New Zealand Initiative, Oliver Hartwich for a friendly natter on the merits of National's latest housing policy. Support the show (http://www.taxpayers.org.nz/donate)…
 
Louis sits down with new Act MP Nicole McKee for a ranging discussion from her passion for firearms and hunting, to dealing with the public spotlight, and the spirit of the new ACT party. Support the show (http://www.taxpayers.org.nz/donate)By New Zealand Taxpayers' Union Inc.
 
Imagine being a young photographer, working to stand out and rise up in a hyper-competitive industry, then getting a call one day from Iman and David Bowie, asking to shoot the cover of Iman’s next book, after two of the covers shot by two of the world’s top photographers had been rejected? That is exactly what happened with Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri. …
 
Growing up outside Rochester, New York, all Elizabeth Miki Brina knew was that she was different, an outsider, and she blamed her mom, a first-generation immigrant from Okinawa, for it all. Elizabeth’s mother was working as a nightclub hostess on U.S.-occupied Okinawa when she met the American soldier who was deployed during the Vietnam war who wou…
 
From cleaning up Agent Orange, to being deported from Fiji, new ACT MP and self-described 'radical environmentalist' Simon Court shares his background on our MPs in Depth podcast series. Support the show (http://www.taxpayers.org.nz/donate)By New Zealand Taxpayers' Union Inc.
 
Justin Tranter is one of the top songwriters and collaborators in the music industry, writing with everyone from Lady Gaga, Dua Lipa, and Selena Gomez to Demi Lovato, Bebe Rexha, Brandy Clark, Shea Diamond and countless others. With their astonishing success and abundant self-love, you’d never imagine Justin was bullied mercilessly as a kid growing…
 
These funny conversations between Sir Rod and his opinionated side kick JustTori, are full of humor, knowledge and plenty Sir Rodology. A good joke or funny statement can actually combat mood disorders. It seems that laughter can really be the best medicine when you are feeling bad, mentally. It’s been proven by science! Tune in to hear Sir Rod and…
 
Louis sits down with Damien Grant for a discussion about the growth in size and role of the government, such as new tax changes on housing and the potential for rent control. Support the show (http://www.taxpayers.org.nz/donate)By New Zealand Taxpayers' Union Inc.
 
My first exposure to Anne Lamott’s work was her iconic book, Bird By Bird, which as a writer, was transformative. Not just because it helped me better understand how and why to write, but also because her wonderfully wise and irreverent voice inspired me to be more real, more honest in both my work and my life. I’ve remained captivated by her writi…
 
Sophia Chang is a force to be reckoned with. A soft-spoken French-lit major in college and the child of Korean immigrants raised in Vancouver, when she first heard "The Message" by Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five everything changed. Taken by the mix of urgency, anger, and pride that was hip-hop in the 80s and 90s, Sophia rerouted her life to…
 
Born and raised in Buffalo, NY, John Rzeznik is the founding-member, frontman and guitarist for iconic band, the Goo Goo Dolls. He's a legend in the world of music, with 19 top-ten singles, including mega-hits like Iris (which spent 12-months on the Billboard charts), Name, Black Balloon and countless others. And, like so many who turned to music a…
 
Louis sits down with Kathryn Marshall of Williams Corporation, a residential property developer, to find out whether an extended bright line test and the removal of interest deductibility will lead to more affordable housing. Kathryn makes the case that the real solution is in tackling consenting processes at local councils. Support the show (http:…
 
This week Vincent attended the launch of O Tātou Ngāhere, a joint venture between Tāne’s Tree Trust and business lobby group Pure Advantage. They’re calling for a major shift in thinking about native forests, arguing that it’s not just the job of government but of farmers, landowners and all New Zealanders to plant and nurture native trees. They ha…
 
With culinary training from Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, and a relatability that seems to light up the screen, many people know Giada De Laurentiis as the Emmy award-winning television personality of shows like Food Network’s Everyday Italian, Giada at Home, Giada’s Weekend Getaways, as a judge on Food Network Star and Winner Cake All, an NBC Today Sho…
 
Jordan Williams gets 30 minutes with the Climate Change Commission's Chair, Dr Roderick Carr at their offices. He is joined by Matt Burguss, the Senior Economist at the New Zealand Initiative think tank to put to Dr Curr many of the criticisms of the report. Support the show (http://www.taxpayers.org.nz/donate)…
 
Connie Lim, whose artist name is MILCK, rose to widespread attention after a video of an a capella performance of her song "Quiet" on the street at the 2017 Women's March exploded into the public’s consciousness going viral and becoming embraced as an anthem for the movement. That moment and the impact and reach of the song led to a major record de…
 
Jordan is joined by Ian Harrison, Principal at Tailrisk Economics for a discussion on the Climate Change Commission, the benefits of an ETS and why the commission is wrong about Electric Vehicles. Read Ian's submission here: http://www.tailrisk.co.nz/documents/ClimateChangeCommission-13march.pdf Support the show (http://www.taxpayers.org.nz/donate)…
 
On the show this week Harry and Dodge are joined by comedian and star of hit BBC sitcom King Gary. Tom aka ‘The Croydon Bull’ tells us how he ended up in a private jet with Anthony Joshua, where his love for West Ham comes from and the embarrassing moment he met his childhood hero Joe Cole in an east London café! Harry reveals why he didn’t have th…
 
Jen Hatmaker grew up in the church, surrounded by family and community, eventually rising up to become a central figure. But, over the years, she became increasingly uncomfortable with not so much the core tenets and teachings, but rather the trapping and limitations of the institution. She struggled with what she saw as a stifling of power, expres…
 
Today's topic of conversation is, “Lyrically Speaking”. Tune in and listen as Sir Rod discusses the affects music has on today's youth. With music being so readily available at the fingertips anytime or place listen to the impact it has on youth and society at large. Past generations had to go to a store to buy it or go home to listen to it, but to…
 
The Climate Change Commission plans to up-end our economy with a highly political, centrally-planned regulatory agenda. Jordan is joined by Oliver Hartwich, Executive Director at the New Zealand Initiative, to untangle this mess. Support the show (http://www.taxpayers.org.nz/donate)By New Zealand Taxpayers' Union Inc.
 
Melissa Bernstein, along with her husband Doug, is the Co-Founder of the legendary toy company Melissa & Doug, which has created over 5,000 children’s products and sold billions of dollars of toys since its inception. Melissa and Doug started the business in their garage in 1988, and they’ve been on a mission ever since to provide open-ended, inven…
 
Joining Harry and Dodge for this one is legendary jockey Frankie Dettori. Frankie reveals why he didn’t want to move to England as a kid, the real truth about kissing Meghan Markle and how he celebrated winning all seven races on Champions Day at Royal Ascot! Harry explains where his love of racing comes from, why he grew up as an Arsenal fan and h…
 
Climate change sucks, but there are some upsides. Electric skateboards being one. E-scooters being the other. In fact the whole micromobility revolution is so much fun. And no one is having more fun than Oliver Bruce, the ex-Uber exec who has returned to NZ to become an angel investor and agitator for micromobility in our cities. Oliver is the co-f…
 
My guest today is Glasgow born photographer, Mark Mann, who has built a stunning career, photographing many of the most iconic celebrities in the world, from Robert Redford, Michael Douglas, Iggy Pop, and the Black Eyed Peas to Seinfeld, Rihanna, Queen Latifah, Stevie Wonder, Bradley Cooper, Willie Nelson, and hundreds of others. Funny thing is, Ma…
 
On today’s show the topic of conversation is, “Empty Nesters: What Do We Do Now?” There is no argument to the fact that the introduction of children changes a marriage in many ways. Depending on how many children you have, you could be raising children for decades. Once they leave the house, it can be hard for spouses to recapture the fullness of t…
 
Christa Couture is an award-winning performing and recording artist, filmmaker, writer and broadcaster. She is also proudly Indigenous (mixed Cree and Scandinavian), queer, disabled, and a mom. Her seventh album Safe Harbour was released on Coax Records in 2020. As a writer and storyteller, Christa has been published in Room, Shameless, and Augur m…
 
Former boxing champion Dr Mark Prince OBE joins Harry and Dodge to discuss how, in 2005, his 15 year old son Kiyan was tragically stabbed outside his school gates. Incredibly, this awful event resulted in him setting up The Kiyan Prince Foundation in his sons honour to help tackle knife crime and inspire young people across the country. His powerfu…
 
As the co-leader of the NZ Greens and the minister for Climate Change, James Shaw has defied his critics to get climate change on the government agenda with the overhaul of the Emissions Trading Scheme, cross-party support for the Zero Carbon Act, and the creation of the Climate Change Commission who’s daft report has just been published. All wins …
 
Lama Rod Owens is a Buddhist minister, author, activist, yoga instructor and authorized Lama, or Buddhist teacher, in the Kagyu School of Tibetan Buddhism and is considered one of the leaders of his generation of Buddhist teachers. He holds a Master of Divinity degree in Buddhist Studies from Harvard Divinity School and is a co-author of Radical Dh…
 
On today's show, Sir Rod addresses the question, "Is Monogamy Realistic?" Those who value monogamy may find it realistic and even necessary. Those who see it as constraining, obligatory, or intrusive may find it unrealistic. Where do fall on the spectrum and what lessons or experiences have shaped your views on the realism of monogamy? Do you hold …
 
Mari Andrew is what I’d call a flaneur, she navigates the world in search of moments of discovery, wonder, serendipity and connection. That novelty often drops her into those flickering moments of aliveness - that is her muse. It’s found an expression in the form of beloved illustrations and words on her Instagram account with a community of more t…
 
Romesh reveals to Harry and Dodge how he went from full time teacher to a full time comedian, the characters he met growing up in the Arsenal pub his Dad used to run, and how he ended up watching The FA Cup final with Prince William! Harry tells us what really happened inside the Manchester United dressing room after Eric Cantona’s infamous kung fu…
 
My guest today, Chicago-born and raised, Roy Kinsey, is a bit of an anomaly. A black, queer-identified, rapper, and librarian or as he puts it, Rapbrarian. Roy’s escape from trauma and creative outlet as a kid was writing and music and also a love of books and learning. He began sharing his words and beats, rapping at a young age, but really began …
 
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