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The Popular Side Pod: “The Best in the West (Cumbria)!” A football podcast about the EPL, European football and the Mighty Workington AFC! Featuring: Thomas “Fingle” Finlay, Carl “Spendog” Spencer, Andrew and Dylan. New Episodes of Popular Side Pod frequently! #UTR #PopularSide
 
Challenge what you think it’s like to live with disability. Hosts Dylan Alcott and Angus O’Loughlin speak to people living with disabilities about their lives and ask them the questions you thought were off-limits. You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll learn something. This is a podcast for everyone - disabled or abled, and hopes to break down stigmas, change perceptions, and to challenge what you think it’s like to live with disability. For more episodes download the free LiSTNR app.
 
Living in the Pages is a podcast hosted by author Willow Aster. Insightful interviews with authors about their books, life, and the art of writing. Willow Aster is a bestselling author, wife, mother of two children and a rescue puppy. She cares passionately about women, books, the craft of writing, and finding out the secrets behind the words.
 
Rationally Speaking is the bi-weekly podcast of New York City Skeptics. Join host Julia Galef and guests as they explore the borderlands between reason and nonsense, likely from unlikely, and science from pseudoscience. Any topic is fair game as long as we can bring reason to bear upon it, with both a skeptical eye and a good dose of humor! We agree with the Marquis de Condorcet, who said that in an open society we ought to devote ourselves to "the tracking down of prejudices in the hiding p ...
 
The Red Pill Initiation Hour is a podcast centred around exploring the art, science and philosophy of superhuman optimisation & self mastery delivered in true Primal Alchemy fashion. Join us as we delve deep down the mind blowing rabbit hole of the higher universal truths and shatter the veil of the matrix with today's leading researchers and experts in the fields of bio-hacking, holistic nutrition, functional fitness, ancestral wisdom & esoteric spirituality. Whether you're just beginning t ...
 
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An in-depth conversation with the writer and book-store owner Catherine Robertson. We talk art, books, music, movies - all the good things. Huge chat. We talk about Catherine's books - but also about writing in general; books in general. We talk through her life and influences and discuss book reviewing. And many other things along the way.…
 
In this episode, I sit down with my vegetarian wife Noa, @vitadaily.ca Over the years I’ve been asked what it’s like to be a hunter who is married to a vegetarian. I figured it would be more interesting to ask the vegetarian what it’s like to be married to a hunter. My wife is a very intelligent, thoughtful woman and we had a great conversation. No…
 
In this episode, I sit down with the owner of Arcadia Outfitting Ben Stourac. Ben’s entire base camo was recently destroyed in the McKay fire that swept through a large section of country north of Lillooet. We had a great chat about Ben’s history, what it took to build Arcadia in the first place and what Ben’s plans are to rebuild after the devasta…
 
An in-depth conversation with poet and sculptor Sam Duckor-Jones. We talk about, and he reads from, his new book, Party Legend. But we talk about his life making and creating, the need to make - and the search to find and announce one's self through the work. We talk about not connecting with school and not writing - beyond poetry. We talk about fi…
 
In this episode, I sit down with my good buddy Dylan Drego. We’ve known each other for a few years now and have been fortunate to chase some elk together. We got into a great chat about what hunting means to us and even share a couple good stories. Dylan Drego @dylan.drego @mindful_hunter jay@mindfulhunter.com www.mindfulhunter.com 2:00 – Intro 2:5…
 
An in-depth conversation with Otaki-based actor Jeff Kingsford-Brown. He's currently - as you hear this - the lead role in the show Elling at Circa Theatre in Wellington. He's been a professional actor for many years and we talk about his life and work, talking also of great screen performances by many acting legends. We talk technqique, we talk ab…
 
In this episode, I sit down with Lyndsey Kotrla. I have followed Lyndsey on social media for quite a while and I have always been impressed with her work ethic and the way she carries herself as a woman in the hunting space. We get into her family’s background in farming and hunting, her views on women and hunting on social media, and a variety of …
 
Welcome back to another semi-live hunt podcast. For those unfamiliar with this style of podcast, I bring an audio recorder with me on my hunt and do my best to break it out a few times a day and tell the story of the hunt in audio format as things unfold in real-time. On this particular episode I find myself up north in the Prince George region hun…
 
an in-depth conversation with Jo Marsh - aka JoJo Bellini. As Bellini, Marsh works across comedy and burlesque as a performer and MC. She has a background in theatre, singing and production and arrived late at burlesque via a life-threatening car crash. In wanting to start a dance class she found burlesque as the most accepting place. She now finds…
 
Thony and Casey decided to watch every episode of Hey Arnold! and make a podcast about it. These are their sleepover stories. The Gerald Field Report is created by Thony Moore and Casey Hills. Like all of our shows it can be found at semiautomagicinc.com and at @TheGFReport.By The Gerald Field Report
 
In this episode, I sat down with Petra Hilleberg, the CEO and daughter of the founders of Hilleberg Tents. We had a great discussion covering topics like what it was like to grow up a Hilleberg, how Petra brought Hilleberg tents to North America and the technical differences between their product offerings. Petra is an incredibly intelligent and th…
 
An in-depth chat over the phone with Richard Morris - aka Rikki Morris. He's a singer, songwriter, producer, engineer and former roadie to Th' Dudes and The Crocodiles. He's best known for his runaway hit single Nobody Else recorded and performed with his brother Ian under his solo moniker Tex Pistol. Rikki had been a member of The Crocodiles and w…
 
In this episode, I sat down with my hunting partners for my upcoming sheep hunt Tristan and Spencer. We did a deep dive into our gear lists and figured out what we’re still missing and what we may leave behind. @mindful_hunter jay@mindfulhunter.com www.mindfulhunter.com 0:00 – Intro 2:50 – Packs 8:57 – Camp and sleeping gear 13:30 – Worn clothing a…
 
An in-depth conversation with Ben Tolich aka Mali Mali. We talk through his life and catalogue of music; discussing the need to work and be creative on the side. We also talk religion, mental health, Bob Dylan and many other things and to top it off there's a live performance of an as yet unreleased Mali Mali song.…
 
In this episode, I sat down with Kevin Guillen from Wilderness Athlete, and we had a great conversation about nutrition and supplementation for the hunting athlete. Regardless of what products you choose to use there are tons of nuggets in this podcast highlighting ways you can increase your performance and recovery for both training and backcountr…
 
When you see a statistic reported in the news, like "10% of University of California Berkeley students were homeless this year," how do you evaluate it? You shouldn't blindly accept every statistic you read. But neither should you reject everything that sounds surprising. Tim Harford, economist and author of The Data Detective: Ten Easy Rules to Ma…
 
An in-depth conversation with Father Christopher Orczy, vicar at St Michael and All Angels Anglican Church in Christchurch. Chris didn't grow up with religion. He had an epiphany, an awakening, he felt a calling in his late-30s. He grew up a music man - including listening to death metal. He worked in a music store and was obsessed with prog and sy…
 
In this episode, I sat down with Nick Trehearne. Nick is a very intelligent guy with some unique perspectives on hunting and photography. I was really impressed with his focus and clarity of vision for what he creates and how he builds relationships. If you don’t already follow Nick his info is listed down below. Nick Trehearne @nicktrehearne www.n…
 
An in-depth conversation with Wellington's Kate Spencer - aka CreatifKate. Kate is a poet and performer, a photographer, a producer - and to break the spell of 'P' words - she is an MC and organiser, both a talent herself and a talent wrangler. She moved to Wellington half a decade ago, from England, via a teaching stint in China and is a full-time…
 
Michael and Kassandra are the stars of everyone’s favourite TV show, Love on the Spectrum, which explores what dating is like for people on the autism spectrum. In this episode they explain what it’s like sharing their love life on national television, plus Michael gives Dylan and Angus some excellent dating tips. You can watch Love on the Spectrum…
 
In this episode, I sat down with Aron Snyder from Kifaru International. In addition to being an absolute killer, Aron does a lot for the hunting community through his Q&A’s, the Kifarucast, and general availability and engagement. We covered a wide range of topics including Aron’s upbringing and how that shaped him into the man he is today, a deep …
 
An in-depth conversation with fellow Bob Dylan fan Jonny Potts. Jonny is a comedian, actor, writer and has been a previous guest of the podcast (ep. 31) but here we talk Dylan. That's it. Just Bob. Our tribute conversation on the eve of Bob Dylan's 80th Birthday. For both of us - as is the case for many of you listening no doubt - Bob has been the …
 
In this episode, I sat down with renowned outdoors photographer and bowhunter Adam Foss. I have wanted to chat with Adam for some time because he embodies the intriguing combination of a hardcore back hunter and the sensitive aesthetic of an artist. This is one of my favourite chats I’ve had the opportunity to have on this podcast. We got a little …
 
An in-depth conversation with Auckland-based singer/songwriter, musician and poet, Caitlin Smith. We talk about songwriting, covers, performing, being legally blind, the towering influence of Leonard Cohen and Joni Mitchell, the brilliance of Joan As Police Woman, the determination and grit to make only great music. Huge conversation. Deep chat.…
 
An in-depth conversation with filmmaker Florian Habicht. We talk about some of his past movies - particularly the doco he made about Pulp. We also plug his brand new film James & Isey, a must see. And talk through his background in film and photography, his childhood, a Queen obsession as a kid and then his Art School years, lighting the spark to m…
 
In this episode, I sat down with my buddy Tim Winslow who is an Alaskan hunting guide and outfitter. He is also the owner of Arizona Trophy Outfitters where they specialize in archery Mule Deer and Coues hunting in Southern AZ. We had a great chat covering topics from OTC deer opportunities in AZ to a deep dive on gear selection for sheep hunting i…
 
In this episode, I sat down with my buddy Adam who is a great representation of a skilled, humble BC hunter. We talked about our backgrounds, told a couple of good hunting stories, and even got into some gear and LEH tips. Great listen. You can follow Ada on IG at the link below. Adam @4pointoutdoors @mindful_hunter jay@mindfulhunter.com www.mindfu…
 
An in-depth conversation with Mark Rogers - he's a DJ, publicist, promoter, music fan, bookstore owner and raconteur. From Wales, originally, Mark arrived in New Zealand over a decade ago via 20 odd years in London - some of them very odd: seeing Nina Simone live at Ronnie Scott's, meeting Johnny Cash, looking after Joan Baez and Emmylou Harris, co…
 
In this episode, Jay sits down with Clay Lancaster. Clay is one of the most widely regarded sheep outfitters in North America and is considered to be an expert in field ageing mature rams. Although the purpose of the podcast was to focus on field ageing Clay and Jay dive into several different aspects of sheep hunting. You can find out more about C…
 
An in-depth conversation with Matthew Pender - he's the singer of Wellington band Odessa. But our conversation here is mostly about the influence of Prince and our shared Prince fandom; in fact our friendship was formed through mutual Prince appreciation. This conversation is our wee tribute to Prince, marking five years since his death.…
 
In this episode, Jay shares his thoughts about getting prepared for his first sheep hunt. He also discusses a recent minor tear in his calf and his thoughts on IIFYM. @mindful_hunter jay@mindfulhunter.com www.mindfulhunter.com 0:00 – Intro 7:00 – Torn calf 15:46 – If It Fits Your Macros (IIFYM) revelations: science vs results 24:36 – Thoughts on my…
 
An in-depth conversation with the writer and journalist Steve Braunias. We plug his new book of crime reporting, Missing Persons. But we go back to how he fell into writing and talk about his life and work. We talk, too, of other writers; poets, journalists, novelists, the writers that he's met and interviewed, the role models and heroes.…
 
An in-depth conversation with Hawke's Bay jazz singer Margot Pierard. We talk about being born into a musical family and growing up with music as the "sport" in the house. We talk about the great jazz divas and falling under the spell of singers like Nina Simone and Billie Holiday. We talk about performance and anxiety and the barriers to success w…
 
How much do Uber and Lyft drivers really earn, after expenses? Are they getting a raw deal by being classified as 'independent contractors' instead of employees? I explore the debate over these questions with three guests: Louis Hyman (Cornell), Veena Dubal (UC Hastings College of the Law), and Harry Campbell (The Rideshare Guy).…
 
An in-depth converstion with Mike Blue - aka 'Dr Blue'. We talk about music and poetry and he performs some of each live. We talk about his life in England and the musical and poetry he discovered and saw live over there. Then to his move to NZ - and the Covid Lockdown he experienced in his new home. We talk busking and gigging and a live spent in …
 
Imagine learning you’re only expected to live another six years… and you’re just 12 years old. Welcome to the life of Rhiannon Anderson. She has Ullrich Muscular Dystrophy, a disease that usually leaves people wheelchair bound by their twenties. 22-year-old Rhiannon has other plans, including her first five-kilometre walk. We’re following in her fo…
 
In this episode, Jay hangs out with Simon aka @backcountrybloodline and they talk about Simon’s background then get into some great bear hunting stories. @backcountrybloodline @mindful_hunter jay@mindfulhunter.com www.mindfulhunter.com 0:00 – Intro 3:23 – Simon’s background 6:17 – Archery community in BC 10:55 – Simon’s first bear hunt 22:54 – Hunt…
 
In this episode, Jay dives into the second half of his thorough post-hunt review of the gear he used on his recent solo mountain goat hunt in northern B.C. Gear Covered: Sitka Blizzard GTX Gloves Sitka Stormfront GTX Gloves Zeiss Optics AGC Bino Harness La Sportiva Nepal GTX Boots WHOOP Black Diamond Trail Ergo Cork Trekking Poles Kifaru Gunbearer …
 
An in-depth conversation with actor and singer Mere Boynton. She studied opera and was then cast as Mavis, the karaoke singer in a pivotal scene in NZ classic, Once Were Warriors. Since then she's worked on stage and screen around the country and indeed around the world - with theatre a key passion. She also works in arts administration and has a n…
 
Is there any justification for seemingly unjust laws like "qualified immunity," which allows cops to get away with bad behavior? William Baude, a leading scholar of constitutional law, explores how these laws came to be and why they're so hard to change. Also, Baude makes the case for originalism, the view that judges should base their rulings on t…
 
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