Science – New Zealand – New podcasts

  • The Fowl Front Waterfowl Podcast is produced for those looking to get into the outdoors and waterfowl hunting. If you are just trying to break into the sport or just need another waterfowl podcast to listen to, you found it!

  • Select audio versions of ArchaeoSoup Videos

  • Welcome to The DMT Xperience Podcast where we will be discussing the mystery of the DMT experience, also known as The Spirit Molecule, with leading thinkers, doctors, authors, comedians, musicians, artists, philosophers and more!! You can support the podcast by visiting to become a Patron.

  • Rockland High School Students tackling issues that face us today

  • Welcome to the Cambridge Science Festival, your opportunity to discover, question and take part in scientific activity at the University of Cambridge.

  • Let's Talk About The Weather podcast explores creative approaches to global problems through ecoart, music, writing, and other media. In discussing the connections between humans and their environment through the eyes of artists, we find a fresh perspective on ecology and new ways to thrive on our favorite planet.

  • When you listen to The Rethink Pain Podcast you will hear interviews with some of the top experts around the world who can help improve how you feel with tips, tricks and techniques.

    If you're a health professional you'll also learn how to better treat your patients who are impacted by pain.

    You'll also hear real life stories of people who have been in your shoes and have found ways to rethink their experience of pain.

    Sometimes all you need is to find how someone has put these tools into practice in order to start making changes in your life now.

  • The Royal Society of New Zealand (RSNZ) is an independent statutory body incorporating the National Academy of Science and Technology and a constituency of scientific, technological and humanities societies, regional societies, Fellows and individual Members. RSNZ advances and promotes science, technology and humanities in New Zealand, recognises and encourages excellence in research, supports education, and publishes scientific journals, reports, and educational resources. It administers research grants, fellowships, awards and prizes.

    The Hawke's Bay Branch of the Royal Society of New Zealand is one of a number of regional societies of the national body. The branch is active in the advancement of science and the public understanding of science, particularly through the delivery of lectures to members and the general public of Hawke's Bay. From time to time it also assists other science promotion activities and maintenance of facilities relevant to its aims.

    In conjunction with Radio Kidnappers, the Hawke's Bay Branch of the Royal Society of New Zealand is introducing listeners to scientists who still practice in The Bay, and others who have recently retired. We sincerely hope that everyone enjoys meeting our scientists.

    For information on the Royal Society of New Zealand, or the Hawke's Bay Branch, please visit the websites:

    To contact our presenter, Lynne Trafford, please email

  • RED MED is a platform for healthcare professionals working in or aspiring to join Rescue, Expedition & Disaster Response teams. On this podcast we share information, ideas and experiences, course information and connect likeminded members of the RED MED community

    Hosted by: Chris Gibson FAWM (Flight Paramedic, Director of SOS Medical Services) and Chris Sharpe (Flight Paramedic & Senior Crew Chief at SOS)

  • Welcome to the Rotor Wash Podcast brought to you by the ECHO HeliOps Team! The goal of our podcast is to better public safety aviation through education, training, collaboration & networking opportunities, collaboration with programs / agencies by sharing information on the podcast across disciplines without cost to our members. Rotor Wash episodes will feature industry specific topics as they relate to flight crew personnel who support our community. We will discuss vital information and solutions, keeping the ECHO community at the very core of what we bring to the table. 

  • Research Perch is a podcast designed to help you learn how to use massage therapy research in your practice.

    Each episode digs into a specific article from the International Journal of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and unpacks it so you know how it applies to you.

    Grow your massage therapy practice and serve your clients better with the power of research!

  • Interviews with survivors, victims' families, policy makers, and health care workers. What went wrong? How can we make health care safer? Host Scott Simpson, uses his counselling skills to evoke the secrets, stories and solutions.

  • This is a platform to share my process and journey as a New Zealand born, Samoan women, scientist. As well as chatting to other indigenous scientists about their journey.

  • Join Dee West and co-host Natalie Crook as they talk all things environment, sustainability, and innovation with green-industry champions.

  • A podcast to share a bit of mine dream of going to Antarctica coming true

  • Extinction Rebellion presents ลŒtepoti Dunedin’s Environment Awareness Show.

    We are a collaboration of many local groups preparing for what is sure to be a difficult future.

    Join us in learning about the climate crisis and mass extinction

  • Welcome to New Zealand Herald’s special edition climate change podcast fighting for our future. Just how screwed are we when it comes to climate change? In this three part series, host Emma Clarke is joined by some of New Zealand's leading experts as they discuss the basics of climate change, the rise of the climate-conscious youth, and the simple, practical changes that can be made in everyday life to help save the planet and our existence.

  • The Science Comedy Podcast that should never be quoted professionally, hosted by Benjamin Keirnan with a rotating cavalcade of guests.

  • The NZ podcast approaching ward calls and house officer life

  • Most of us in the West breathe badly and this has an adverse effect on our health. Almost every disease is associated with poor breathing, and by simply improving our breathing with a little training, whatever health problem we may have will also be improved and even, in some cases, eliminated.