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  • Did Ya Know podcast chronicles the untold stories of executives of colour, who have led the way in the British music industry.

    Each month, legendary music manager Adrian Sykes will talk to industry leaders, aiming not just to tell share their stories, but to inspire and guide a new generation of executives.

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  • LET’S TALK ABOUT EX, BABY! AH CRAPPY RELATIONSHIPS, THE BANE OF OUR COLLECTIVE EXISTENCE. BUT WHAT DO WE LEARN FROM OUR MISTAKES? Former relationship columnist Elizabeth Best and current all-round funny guy Tom Harris chat to guests about the couple fail stories we all like to recount over drinks (because let’s face it, sometimes we need booze to cope). Ghosts of Boyfriends past will take you on a journey through the funny, tragic, horrifying and sometimes just plain bonkers stories about that crazy little thing called love, and try to wind up wiser for it. It’s like a group therapy session... with two people completely unqualified to be leading it.

  • A series created to help people get more informed about assisted dying and the End of Life Choice Act by journalist and author Caralise Trayes - based on her best selling book The Final Choice. After interviewing more than 20 experts across New Zealand and the globe, along with a number of those with terminal illnesses and disabilities, Caralise will take you on some of the journey in exploring if assisted dying is the answer to end of life suffering. Includes excerpts of the book read by broadcaster Trudi Nelson.

  • Mozhgan Moarefizadeh is stuck in Jakarta, living without rights—but with a yappy dog named Bella. With journalist Nicole Curby, she brings you into the lives of refugees like her, who are trapped on Australia’s new borderline, in Indonesia. Also heard via The Guardian’s Full Story.

  • It’s a new day at the 186th most popular podcast in New Zealand. Even we’ve got sick of the sound of our voices so we’ve brought in new hosts to continue our mission of sharing our ill informed opinions with world.

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  • Uncensored conversations with Asian creatives in Aotearoa, New Zealand.
    Belonging / Home / Body / Beauty / Love / Sex / Dating / Race / Power / Identity / Upbringing / Representation / Consciousness / Healing / Work / LIFE

  • Aotearoa is experiencing an unprecedented 'brain gain' as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Coming Home talks to some of the highly-skilled New Zealanders who’ve returned in 2020, as well as economists and demographers, to find out who these people are, what brought them back and what their arrival means means for the country. The current influx of returnees heralds game changing economic and social opportunities, but how do we ensure we maximise what's on offer and keep these industry leaders on our shores?

    Brought to you by The Spinoff and Kiwibank

  • The Andy Rowe Show is a new podcast where we interview people with incredible stories. We've done hours of research to find the best guests to bring you some amazing content. You can also follow us on Twitter via @AndyRoweShow. Let us know what you think and please get in touch if you have any suggestions on who we should interview next. Enjoy! 

  • What if embracing your uniqueness is the path to true freedom, independence, love, wealth, health and a limitless life? Spoiler alert - it is! Join Erica Lester and her impressive guest lineup in pulling back the curtains on what we've been taught to believe about reality, business, parenting, relationships, sex, creation, abundance and manifestation. Let's dare to dream, embrace our unique magic, all while leaving a legacy of healing and love.

  • How have you been bad? Bad Behavior is a podcast for rebellious spirits.

    Hosted by two queer friends, Rosalind and Nikila interview guests on the unusual and the taboo, to challenge preconceived notions of identity. Bad Behavior is about normalising being open to, and vulnerable in, tough conversations.

    This is a podcast that’s unafraid to say ‘I don’t know’ or ‘I fell short’ as we journey to be the “baddest” we can be. For well behaved women rarely make history.

  • Erotic audio dramas that will charm the pants off you. Each episode will inspire your desire with a sexy story from a bestselling novel.

    The Good Bits is diverse and feminist, sex-positive and anti-shame. We believe that sex can be fun and flirty, seductive and slutty, romantic and indulgent—but still wear a fabulous dress that leaves something to the imagination.

    Feel good with sexy stories by Sierra Simone, Fiona Zedde, Alessandra Torre, Claire Connolly, JL Peridot, Katrina Jackson, Madeline Ash and Stefanie London.

    Sound by Bang Bang Studios.

  • If someone you love is diagnosed with cancer you want them to get the best treatment from the best doctors. In 2013, patients in Michigan thought Farid Fata was that doctor. Between his prestigious education, years of experience and pleasant bedside manner, Fata was everything you could want in a doctor. But he was not who he appeared to be. From Wondery, this is the story of hundreds of patients in Michigan, a doctor, and a poisonous secret.

    Laura Beil, returns with a second season of the award-winning series “Dr Death.”

    Dr. Death Season 2 Premieres on October 27th

  • Join Georgia Jones to discuss all things pregnancy. Fascinating and enlightening discussion with wonderful guests about the real world of pregnancy, child birth and becoming new parents. Georgia and her guests discuss their own experiences (the good and the bad) to help guide you through yours.

  • For as long as I can remember I’ve been on the hunt to find the answer to one big question: how do we make the most of this thing called life? But of course, there is no singular answer.

    There isn’t a magic key out there that, when you find it, just unlocks everything and you can say, “yep great, I know how to do life now.” Instead, it’s a process. A process of listening and learning, of questioning and challenging. Gathering together threads of knowledge and wisdom that, over time, weave together to create a life of deeper awareness and understanding.

    So that’s what I’m trying to do with this podcast. I’ll be speaking to people with a range of expertise and experiences. People with a unique perspective on what a meaningful life looks like. Writers, scientists, philosophers, artists, thought-leaders, innovators and more. We’ll sit down over a nice cup of tea and…while we won’t get to cover everything…we’ll try to get to the most of it…

  • Zum Auftakt des neuen Podcast Formats „11 Leben“ wird niemand Geringeres als eine der spannendsten Figuren des deutschen Fußballs porträtiert: Uli Hoeneß. Zu Beginn nicht mehr als eine fixe Idee, wurde die Umsetzung für den Podcaster und Sportjournalisten Max-Jacob Ost größer als gedacht. Über zwei Jahre nun recherchiert, liest, telefoniert und interviewt er in akribischer Kleinarbeit, taucht in die Vergangenheit ein, schaut sich private wie auch berufliche Erfolge und Niederlagen ganz genau an. Und er versucht sich an der größten Herausforderung: Uli Hoeneß höchstpersönlich für „11 Leben“ vor das Mikro zu bekommen.

    Raus gekommen sind elf spannende Folgen, die ab dem 9. September zu hören sind!

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  • A show for unapologetic members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

  • RevTalk: The Mihinare Podcast is hosted by the Venerable Michael Tamihere, the Reverend Canon Christopher Douglas-Huriwai, and Brother Zhane Tahau Whelan, KE. Michael and Chris are both Mihinare (Maori Anglican) priests, and Zhane is Prior of the Society of Emanuera, the only Maori Anglican religious society in the world. Covering everything from history, to interviews, to theology, to current events. As Mihinare we understand that our Christian faith is intertwined with our Maori understandings and that they can both nurture and critique one another, as well as provide a way to deal with the dominant global culture that the world now faces. This podcast is a ministry of, and proudly supported by Te Rau Theological College.

  • Random fits of wisdom designed to make self improvement a breeze.