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  • Three Kiwi gals who love a laugh, sometimes a cry, serious chat, ridiculous chat, girly chat, dirty chat, funny chat, all of the chat! Think of us as your best friends at home with you having one of those glorious catch ups best friends have.

  • The Spinoff presents a monthly food podcast discussing everything we’ve been eating and drinking, hosted by Sophie Gilmour, and The Spinoff’s Alice Neville and Simon Day.

    Sign up to The Spinoff's newsletter Rec Room for weekly recommendations along with all our latest videos and podcasts.

  • When a night watchman finishes his shift at work, he is terrified to discover that everyone in the world who went to sleep the previous night has died. Now he and a band of survivors must stay awake and uncover the secret of this global epidemic, before they fall asleep.The Edge of Sleep Premieres September 24th, 2019! New Episodes Every Tuesday through November 5th. Starring and produced by Markiplier. Created by Jake Emanuel & Willie Block.Subscribe Today.

  • Funny people doing art. Often silly. Sometimes serious. Mainly relaxing. Each week a new guest brings an object or selects a subject which inspires them to create an artwork... they then draw or paint and chat art, comedy and tackle some quickfire questions. Secret Artists is a brand new podcast hosted by comedian and artist, Annie McGrath.

    One of Evening Standard’s Best New Podcasts and featured in The Guardian, i newspaper, Chortle, Beyond The Joke, The Adam Buxton podcast, New & Noteworthy on Apple and many other places.

    Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/secretartists.

  • Fast food creations are coming out too fast to keep track of but luckily Michael Jones and Jordan Cwierz are here to eat and judge every new menu item under the sun. One has high standards. The other has no taste. This is Face Jam.

  • Join Aaron Armstrong, Dave Schroeder, and Scarlet Hiltibidal as they talk about the books they love (and the ones they really don’t) to help you be a better reader.

  • An audio series bringing full length, full cast, audio dramas to your ears.

  • Katie was a career criminal most of her life, was convicted of a number of felonies and sent to federal prison to serve almost twelve years.

    It was during this time that Katie began writing her first book, The Captivity Series, The Key To Your Expected End. Since then, she has completed part two in the same series, Healing The Wounded Soul along with her best selling little book, Soul Decrees. Katie has gone into prisons around the world and has ministered to hundreds of thousands of inmates. To learn more about this miraculous journey and the innumerable ways God continues working through KSM, please visit our Prison Outreach page.

  • Recreations and original audio dramas coming from and inspired by old time radio, Way Back When imagination ran wild. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dennis-moore9/support

  • John Wentz talks about process, practice and context with artists, musicians & film makers that he meets while living abroad in France.

  • Classic stories of mystery and suspense from some of the greatest authors of all time, adapted here for the Theatre of Imagination.

  • Watercolor tips, guest interviews, demonstrations, marketing, techniques, how to stay motivated

  • 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

  • My name is Josh and I started REBEL8 from my San Francisco studio apartment with five-hundred bucks in 2003. I've decided to share everything I've learned of running an internationally-recognized independent streetwear clothing brand. On this podcast you'll find a mix of passionate story-telling, sound business advice, insights into the streetwear world, tips on how to start a successful t-shirt company, as well as new original content for this podcast. It's time to remove the smoke and mirrors and be radically transparent.

  • Our food system isn't broken, it was designed this way. And if it was designed this way, then it’s time for a redesign. That’s why we created this podcast. We believe in dialogue, collaboration, and creative inquiry, and talking to the people who are building the food systems we’ll need in the future ... right now. Let's dig in. For more info, visit www.ideo.com/food

  • Louise Ward is a former police officer and teacher, now co-owner of Wardini Books in Havelock North and Napier, finally putting that English Literature degree to relevant use. She shares the book shops with author husband Gareth, well known locally as magician and hypnotist The Great Wardini. As Gareth usually gets all the glamorous jobs and Louise does the admin, she's thrilled to have this opportunity to be on the radio.
    Louise sells books by day, and reads them by night; she claims to be living the dream.

  • Dan Slevin, Simon Werry and Kailey Carruthers host a weekly guide to what's on at the movies - in New Zealand and around the world. Featuring reviews of all the latest releases and festivals, plus news and interviews, giveaways and competitions, we are also the home of the "two-word review".

    We love going to the pictures, so this podcast is all about the flicks. You won't find anything here here about DVD, home video, on demand or anything like that. Cinematica is all about going out and sharing the big screen experience with others.

  • Keeping you in tune with music and the arts, with host David Morriss