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We interview ANTA members who are natural therapists to discuss their journey and how they got into natural therapies, and to tell us more about their business and what sets them apart. This will help the general public to get a better idea of what natural therapies are and how they could be helped by a qualified natural therapist.
 
Packed with trivia, comedy and celebrity guests, Ask Me Another is like an amusement park for your brain. Host Ophira Eisenberg and musician Jonathan Coulton take brilliant contestants on a roller coaster that'll make you laugh and scream (out the answers)—and barely anyone throws up in a trash can.
 
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Today on Therapist Spotlight we welcome Lizzi George. Lizzi is a clinical Nutritionist who specialises in gut health and microbiome testing and maintenance. Through her clinic Health Recovery Center they take a wholistic approach to all things gut health and use their superior knowledge and abilities to find the root cause of many disorders ranging…
 
Author Renée Hollis admits she was a bit overwhelmed by the response she received when she put out a call on RNZ National for listeners to send her untold stories, letters, diaries and photographs from World War II. The Dunedin writer received over 100 responses from families and the end result of her mammoth project (which at one stage included ov…
 
There was a time when Mudlark-artist Nicola White was part of the high-pressure banking world in London, but she reached a point in her life when she wanted to do something she was really passionate about. Nicola had been casually 'mudlarking' on the River Thames for years, but around six years ago she decided to turn her hobby into a full time occ…
 
Depression is the leading cause of disability around the world, with World Health Organisation global estimates suggesting that 5% of adults worldwide suffer in some way. Around half of those people with depression have treatment-resistant depression. But researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine say they are now able to treat depre…
 
Ghislaine Maxwell, the former girlfriend of the late paedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein, is about to go on trial in Manhattan for sex trafficking charges after 15 months on remand. Prosecutors allege Maxwell, 59, participated in illegal conduct against girls as young as 14, sex-trafficked them with Epstein, and lied about her actions. The British…
 
Master storyteller Ken Follett is one of the best-selling authors of the past 50 years, with over 178 million sales of his 32 books in print. The Welsh writer's latest book, Never, marks a return to the genre that marked the beginning of his career, the espionage novel. Set in modern day America, Never - Follett's first contemporary thriller in mor…
 
Ex-National leader Judith Collins wrote the opening lines of her party leadership epitaph when she suddenly demoted rival Simon Bridges during the week, having accused him of "serious misconduct" at a party event five years ago. The backlash against the former opposition leader, who had endured months of poor polling, was swift, with a crisis caucu…
 
Istanbul is reported to be home to some 400,000 to 600,000 stray dogs and cats, hence why locals in Turkey's largest city sometimes refer to it as 'Catstanbul.' But it's the exploits of a local canine that's grabbing the headlines -- for all the right reasons -- at the moment. Boji is a street dog who came to the attention of municipal officers rec…
 
Joining us on the Weekend Panel this morning are PR consultant Ali Jones and Dr Chris Gallavin, who is chief executive of the Sisters of Compassion Group. Among other topics, they'll be discussing who can lead the National party out of the darkness, increasing levels of community violence, the human rights issues with our new traffic lights, and wi…
 
New Zealander Dr Gary McLean is back with us on Sunday Morning to look at the latest Covid-19 developments. Professor McLean will discuss the spread of the dangerous new Omicron variant (and its 33 different mutations), why vaccines aren't doing all we first expected them to do, how a new booster every six months might be the best course of action …
 
Bob Schmidt, of Fox Sports Radio, brings you a Thanksgiving day edition of the Fear the 'Fro podcast. We recap a truly horribly officiated loss where Devin Booker lit up the Cavs, while talking about the things we can be thankful for, including Jarrett Allen's all-star level play, aggressive Darius Garland taking control of the team, Cedi Osman's i…
 
Justin, Rob, and Wos bring their plates and hot takes to the table this week to celebrate Thanksgiving and the first quarter of the NBA season. Each of the guys brings one team, player, and hot take to the table that they would like to discuss, including the Timberwolves, DeMar DeRozan, and whether James Harden is still a max player. Hosts: Justin …
 
Today on Therapist Spotlight we welcome Doreen Schwegler. Doreen has been a Naturopath and Medical scientist for over 30 years. Since Graduating from RMIT in 1982 Doreen has been dedicated to helping clients achieve optimal health and wellness through natural means. Doreen is a specialist in fertility management, pre-conception health care and a Bo…
 
Dr André Brett is a historian, researcher and writer who specialises in Australian and New Zealand history, in particular histories of politics, railways, the environment, and the economy. The Wollongong-based New Zealander's latest book, Can't Get There from Here: New Zealand's Shrinking Passenger Rail Network, 1920-2020, traces the expansion and …
 
Beatles fans have been awaiting Sir Peter Jackson's new three-part documentary 'The Beatles - Get Back' with keen anticipation ever since the project was first announced. Using 60 hours of footage and 150 hours of unheard audio, the series documents the 22-day process that resulted in The Beatles' penultimate 'Let It Be' album, in the band's own wo…
 
Radio in New Zealand marked its centenary this week with tributes to its staying power in the past and confident claims that it's here to stay in future. Several stations now have bigger audiences than ever and radio is the most profitable part of some of our commercial media companies. But soon after he became Radio New Zealand's chief executive b…
 
Wellington-born, Buffalo-based business owner and mother of three Rebecca Brady isn't exaggerating when she says her life has become a bit hectic in the last few weeks. Rebecca is the founder of an artisan cracker and roasted seed business based in Cheektowaga, Top Seedz, and late last month her company won a US$1 million prize in a local business …
 
We've heard it all before. 'Boomers' - arguably the most disliked generation - only think about themselves, while millennials (aka 'snowflakes') wouldn't know a hard day's work if it slapped them across the face. But where does all of this generational angst - which is by no means new - get us? Bobby Duffy is a Professor of Public Policy and Direct…
 
Rory Cellan-Jones is a former BBC technology correspondent and author of 'Always On: Hope and Fear in the Social Smartphone Era.' The 63-year-old recently left the BBC after a 40-year association with the broadcaster, which saw him covering technology since before Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook in his Harvard dorm room in 2004. BBC viewers compla…
 
Joining us on the Weekend Panel this morning are AUT associate professor Dr Ella Henry and Interest.co.nz's press gallery journalist Jenée Tibshraeny. Among other topics, they'll be discussing objections to the housing intensification bill, Auckland's borders opening up, interest rates, vaccine mandates and Guyon Espiner's documentary on New Zealan…
 
We're connecting with people more than ever before, thanks to the introduction of smartphones and social media. But that also means we have more opportunities to lie to people. A seminal 2004 study was among the first to investigate the connection between deception rates and technology. The study found people told the most lies per interaction on t…
 
Back in July, farmers and their friends took to the streets of more than 50 towns and cities in New Zealand in 'A Howl of Protest' against what they said is a "a tsunami of regulations." Today the Groundswell movement is promising 'the Mother of all Protests' - and this time anger about vaccine mandates and the Covid response has made the mix more …
 
Justin, Rob, and Wos start by talking Stephen Curry and the Warriors continuing their impressive play after a comfortable win over the Nets. They also talk about what makes the Warriors so good right now and some of the potential major issues the Nets have (6:49). Then they give their thoughts on the muddled Western Conference (29:27) and they wrap…
 
Today on Therapist Spotlight we welcome Megan Pfeffer. Megan is a clinical nutritionist with a passion for educating people to take control of their health. Going through her own health challenges has given Megan a great perspective on solution focused approaches to health and wellness. Megan gives her clients a great well-rounded education that al…
 
They're known as "the farmer's friend" because they eat rodents such as wood mice, pygmy shrews and rats. But barn owls are struggling in Ireland - there's been a 50% decline in the last 25 years. How can farmers help to restore barn owls to their land? Wildlife expert & tillage farmer, Paul Moore, explains how he brought them back to his 140-acre …
 
Bob Schmidt, of Fox Sports Radio is back, still reeling from news of Mobley's elbow sprain. We discuss the good and bad of what we've learned about the Cavs during this Boston back-to-back and what lies ahead as the Cavs have four games in a row against teams with double digit wins (Nets, Warriors, Nets, and Suns). Bob gets into Ricky Rubio's incre…
 
Logan and Raja dive deep into this Tuesday’s battle between the Warriors and Nets in Brooklyn (0:30), including their impressions of the Nets so far this season (14:15), the differences between the two organizations (19:20), and much more analysis and player perspectives for this exciting matchup. Hosts: Logan Murdock and Raja Bell Associate Produc…
 
Today on Therapist Spotlight we welcome Natalie Woodman. Natalie is one of Australia’s Leading authorities on Gut health and Nutritional Medicine practitioner. Natalie is extremely evidence based and brings clarity, definition and care to her clients with the knack for translating science speak to everyday language. Natalie is also a published auth…
 
Here's there... the Phantom of the Opera! (2004) 🌹🥀 When camp bat-nipple director Joel Schumacher joined forces with the exceedingly OTT Andrew Lloyd Webber, it should've been a match made in heaven. And yet, The 2004 version of Phantom of the Opera is in some camps despised and most definitely mixed. What about Gerard Butler and Emmy Rossum didn't…
 
Chris and Seerat start their NBA affirmations by discussing the new rule changes and how they are affecting refereeing around the league (1;00). Then they dissect the Lakers' entertaining fourth quarters (6:00) and wax poetic about Gary Payton II (14:00) and Evan Mobley (23:00). They wrap everything up by showing the Chicago Bulls some love (33:00)…
 
Bob Schmidt, back from his 'Fro nuptials, talks the Cavs unfortunate loss to the Wizards and their schedule ahead. Kyle Kuzma and a missed Rubio free throw doom the Cavs from climbing to the top of the Eastern Conference, but the front court is surging heading into a tough second half of November schedule. Bob discusses the Morris vs. Jokic dustup,…
 
Justin, Rob, and Wos discuss whether the Warriors (2:36), Heat (18:38), Wizards (31:31), and Bulls (40:44) are championship contenders. Hosts: Justin Verrier, Rob Mahoney, and Wosny Lambre Producer: Brian H. Waters Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesBy The Ringer
 
Today on Therapist Spotlight we welcome Christine Barnes. Christine is a natural medicine practitioner that uses her unique education to view her clients’ in a holistic way to rectify disease states. Christine has a deep passion for clinical practice and loves to inspire, educate and support individuals and practitioners to reach ultimate health an…
 
Logan and Raja go deep on the Celtics, their current struggles, and the question of whether Jayson Tatum or Jaylen Brown should be the leader of the team (0:30). Then they apologize for dismissing the Wizards in the offseason (22:25) and Sasha Mack defends Kyle Kuzma (30:55). Hosts: Logan Murdock and Raja Bell Associate Producer: Sasha Ashall Learn…
 
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