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  • 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…

  • Jacqui Maguire is a clinical psychologist, science communicator, media contributor and marriage celebrant. Jacqui's reputation is founded on her ability to convert complex psychological theory and evidence into easily understood concepts and practical strategies. Mind Brew combines two of Jacqui's favourite things; talking psychology whilst drinking a perfectly brewed flat white; covering a range of topics to support personal wellbeing, optimise work and enhance relationships.

  • Stuff's Eloise Gibson hosts a series of interviews with New Zealand's climate-change change-makers.

  • Do you know the science behind what works and doesn’t work when it comes to keeping people safe in your organisation? Each week join Dr Drew Rae and Dr David Provan from the Safety Science Innovation Lab at Griffith University as they break down the latest safety research and provide you with practical management tips.

  • How some of the world's most powerful interests made us doubt the connection between smoking and cancer, and then how the same tactics were used to make us doubt climate change.

  • A podcast series to uncover the fascinating research behind one of the most feared predators, the shark. Host Michael Heldsinger interviews guests from all over the world in a conversational and invigorating style to uncover the facts around these misunderstood predators. Covering a broad range of topics, from their adept adaptations to their environment to our relationship with sharks, you may learn something new from the passionate people who have dedicated their lives to understanding sharks. Come and join the conversation.

  • Intimate kōrero and wānanga with Hana. and manuhiri (guests) about the processes that have contributed to their success in life today.

  • New Zealand’s most innovative agri-business & food marketing show with Sarah Perriam.

    “This is a weekly radio show with a twist. I will discuss the biggest issues once a week in agribusiness & politics, as well as thought-provoking views on the future of farming. It’s about putting the audience first with no commercial agenda,” says Sarah.

    Sarah’s Country builds on Sarah Perriam’s rising nation-wide popularity as the former fresh, bright new voice of the rural sector from her recent time with MediaWorks on RadioLIVE’s Rural Exchange & the AM Show.

    The show’s content is focused on the future of New Zealand’s food & fibre industry with an open mind to the challenges of the farming sector and an open heart to connecting with our curious consumers.

    “Since I started behind a microphone in 2017 leading into the election, the problems facing New Zealand’s primary sector have been mounting at a rapid pace. As Einstein famously said, ‘We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when creating them’. And I love being in a role where I can facilitate the tough conversations we need to have with an open heart and an open mind,“ says Sarah.

    Broadcasting from a multi-camera studio at the Blinc Workshop at Lincoln University, Sarah’s Country, is the exciting next chapter for rural radio as the new multimedia weekend breakfast show will be broadcast via a mobile app, on Farmersweekly.co.nz & on local radio stations LIVE Saturday’s 6am on Radio Central, Coast FM & CFM (more stations are being added each month).

    Sarah’s Country is in a strategic alliance with Global HQ and will feature content from and be marketed through their brands - Farmers Weekly, Dairy Farmer & Agri HQ.

    Passionate & persuasive about everything politics, trade & regulation, yet playful and proud to share our rural culture and shared values with our urban friends.

    The show has a mobile app for you to interact with the show, watch live Q&A panels and find other New Zealand agri-business podcasts all in one place.

    Download the Android & Apple mobile app at : www.sarahperriam.com/download

    Produced by Perriam Media Limited.

    For more information on creating your own multi-media podcast : www.perriammedia.com

  • Not your usual nature chat, series two of the Wild Dunedin Podcast delves into sharky waters and wild forest orgies, tries to figure if your cat has played you, asks if ancient New Zealand got dunked or if the days of doing bombs into the local river are done with. And we definitely, absolutely, resolutely will not put in a sneaky episode about climate change (that you actually could enjoy).

    In an exciting collaboration with local Dunedin musician Molly Devine, all episodes this year will have bespoke, original music created specifically to give you the feels on that story as we tell it.

    Don’t miss a single one! Subscribe now on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts (Wild Dunedin Podcast). Or download from the Wild Dunedin or Otago Access Radio Websites.

    This podcast is supported by the Otago Regional Council Eco-Fund, the Wild Dunedin Festival of Nature and the Otago Museum (thanks !). All episodes are dreamed up, recorded and produced by the hard work and dedication of Dr. Claire Concannon, Science Outreach Projects Coordinator at the Otago Museum, Jamie McAulay, conservation biologist with the Department of Conservation, and Taylor Davies-Colley, botany student and nature frother in the extreme.

  • Do you do and say things when drinking you regret the next day? Is alcohol a problem for you or someone you care about? Every Four Weeks, Tonto presents the AA Live, brought to you by Alcoholics Anonymous. Find out how people just like you found sobriety in AA.

    If you would like to get in contact with AA you can use the following methods:
    Phone – 0800 229 6757
    Website – www.aa.org.nz
    Local Website – aaotago.org.nz
    Post – Box 6115, Dunedin North, Dunedin 9059

  • The Otago Multiple Sclerosis Society is a not-for-profit organisation, devoted to supporting people with MS, along with their families and carers.

    Join MS Otago Field Officer, Valerie Wilson - for discussion on the challenges that people with MS face and the support available in our community.

    Proudly supported by MS Otago. http://www.msotago.org.nz/

  • A show from the Asthma Society, discussing breathing problems.

  • Author, researcher, and clinical nutritionist Cliff Harvey (aka CliffDog) presents mainly nutrition, sometimes off-topic, interviews with guests, random musings, and nutrition, health, life & purpose tips.

  • Interviews with New Zealand experts featuring topical and relevant information for primary health professionals.

  • Best Known Method is a podcast where host Ethan J. Weiss asks some of the most successful people how they approach making life’s most important decisions - all with less than perfect information to guide them.

  • Dr Jo Scott-Jones shares the joy of General Practice with colleagues through inspiring stories about what is special about being a GP.
    This podcast aims to counter growing pressure on GPs through sharing what makes being a community physician attractive and what it takes to create a positive culture in family medicine. Follow DrJo @opotikigp on Twitter.

  • Debate wether medical marijuana should be legalized or not, multiple perspectives are brought.

  • The EMS Lighthouse Project Podcast exists to foster knowledge translation from peer-reviewed scientific journals to the street. Join Mike Verkest and Dr. Jeff Jarvis as they shine the bright light of science on EMS practice in an informative and fun way.

  • Dr. Clifton Bingham from the Johns Hopkins Arthritis Center begins with a review of current best practices, including the issues related to diagnosis. Dr. George Lawry will follow with an overview of the risks and benefits of biologic therapy for patients with RA before Dr. Bingham presents on emerging DMARDs.The second half of the nearly 2 hour presentation covers the subject of comorbidities, presented by Dr. Lawry, on how to recognize comorbidities and how to best manage them. Dr. Bingham will follow up with the presentation of two cases to offer a clinical perspective to recognizing and treating comorbidities.