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On February 14th, 2020, Earthlings receive a warning that pop radio is polluting the galaxy, and if it isn’t shut down, Earth will be blown to smithereens. Beth Kane and her buddy Ryan are music snobs who want to live. Even though they think the aliens kinda have a point, they become activists and organize an anti-pop protest to save the Earth. Their campaign ends in failure. The government is concerned the alien signal might be a hoax so they decide to let the radio waves keep on flowing, j ...
 
Hang the DJ is a podcast dedicated to music. Bi-weekly episodes that cover the latest news, as well as some of our favorites over the years. From the Smiths and Nine Inch Nails to Kanye West and Drake, and everything in between! This show will be based around discussions of discography, show reviews, album reviews, and more! Instagram: @hangthedjpodcast Twitter: @hangthedjpod Email: hangthedjpodcast@gmail.com
 
From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
 
Inspired by many currents developing in the world of spiritual awakening and cultural transformation, I began the podcast as a way to contribute to this evolving dialogue. This podcast is an expression of my own passion for the exploration and realisation of Yoga. It is a way to honor the timeless wisdom that has given me so much in my life and expand our understanding of how to embody these truths in our everyday lives. In these dialogues I want to unearth what a real, transformative Yoga l ...
 
Conversations with innovators of the American West. Guests include athletes, artists, adventurers, writers, ranchers, conservationists, entrepreneurs, thought leaders—anyone who’s doing inspired work that contributes to the region’s evolving and complex cultural fabric. Through informal yet substantive interviews, conservationist Ed Roberson introduces you to these fascinating characters, giving you a better understanding of their careers, influences, and outlooks, as well as a deeper apprec ...
 
Hosted by Essendon AFL player David Zaharakis and entrepreneur Daniel Smith the Pros and the Cons Podcast is a conversational audio experience with a focus on sports, entertainment and current events. Featuring interviews with a wide variety of guests the podcast delves into interesting and engaging topics from a unique perspective. Produced by Head On Media www.headonmedia.com
 
Foreign National explores the stories and sounds impacted by the globalization of culture. Tune in every Tuesday as your host, Erik Bruner-Yang, explores how people discover their own sense of self identity through the discovery of other worlds.This show records and broadcasts LIVE on Full Service Radio from the lobby of the LINE DC in Adams Morgan, Washington DC.
 
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Former MLB Players Grant Balfour and Ryan Rowland-Smith talk about what it's like playing in a snowed out World series, their favorite commentators Australia's Freedom day and much more! Make sure you subscribe to the best Baseball Podcast hosted by players with accents and the most laughs. Enjoy mates!…
 
In this week's musical pick'n'mix, we'll hear a Northern Soul cover by Wellington's Jamie and The Numbers, some dubbed out cumbia from Egyptian-American multi-instrumentalist Mitchum Yacoub, a slab of dreamy exotica from Point Chev hip hop producer Cristophe El Truento and some sound advice about avoiding dodgy people from Jamaican duo The Pearls.…
 
The Auckland Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive, Michael Barnett has cast his eyes over the plan, what's in it for business, particularly struggling smaller to medium enterprises?. Also with reaction, Covid-19 modeller, Professor Michael Plank from the University of Canterbury and University of Otago Professor of Public Health, epidemiologist, Mic…
 
The PACIFICA women's organisation in Aotearoa has been granted a special consultative status by the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). And The Pacific Aftershock Report World Vision warns that development gains across the Pacific region over the past 10 years could be undone due to the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic. Susana L…
 
A new study has found selective "nudges" can help reduce the number of scripts for antibiotics being written by New Zealand GPs. Antibiotic resistance is a major threat to human health and on the rise around the world. Without action, the WHO says a post-antibiotic era could see common infections and minor injuries able to kill once again. New Zeal…
 
The College of GPs says a nationwide shortage of pulseoximeters is an example of the need for a clear pathway on how community covid cases should be managed. Pulseoximeters measure the amount of oxygen in the blood and, while inexpensive, are an important piece of equipment for doctors managing covid patients who are isolating at home. Some pharmac…
 
We often say that pain is the common denominator of life. But while that is true, there is another common denominator: laughter. Even in the middle of the darkest seasons, we all find ourselves laughing at times. It’s a part of the human experience, just like pain. Michael Jr. knows this firsthand. As a comedian, his job is to make people laugh. Bu…
 
For some families, being in lockdown together will have felt like an exceptionally long time. So what might be happening to the normal relationships children have with each other - have they been stretched to breaking point, and how can parents help mitigate that? Jenny Hale is a Family Coach with the Parenting Place, and is along to share some tip…
 
Tech correspondent Paul Matthews looks at government work on a digital strategy for Aotearoa New Zealand, and has recently released a proposed structure and discussion document. So what are the Government's priorities for digital, and what does that mean for Kiwis? The Australians have introduced a "zero tolerance" approach to ransomware, with a ne…
 
The government has just announced a free trade deal with the United Kingdom, saying it will boost New Zealand's GDP by $1 billion and provide unprecedented access for New Zealand exporters to the UK market. All tariffs on New Zealand exports to the UK are to be removed, including on honey, wine, kiwifruit, onions, a range of dairy and meat products…
 
Best-selling author and award-winning writer Elizabeth Day speaks with Kathryn Ryan about her latest novel Magpie, a psychological thriller about motherhood. Elizabeth has been praised for "revolutionising the way we see failure". Her How To Fail podcast has topped iTunes charts, and her live tours have sold-out venues such as London's National The…
 
UK correspondent Harriet Line joins Kathryn to talk about the warnings from Health Secretary Sajid Javid that new Covid cases could skyrocket this winter - but his government won't heed a call from the NHS for mandatory mask wearing "at this time". And the parliamentary watchdog has suggested redacting details from MPs expenses to help protect them…
 
In the 112 test matches he played for the All Blacks, first-five Dan Carter amassed a staggering 1598 points, at an average of 14.27 per game. No active player is within 500 points of his tally and no other player with 500 or more international points has achieved a higher average per game. After announcing his retirement from professional rugby in…
 
Secondary principals in South Auckland say the government's plans for reopening schools will be too late for many of their students. Students in years 11, 12 and 13 will be allowed back to school in alert level three areas next Tuesday.The Principal of Tangaroa College in Otara Davida Suasua, says nearly 40 per cent of her Year 13 students are now …
 
Barbara Relph has been through the breakdown of a long-term relationship and hopes to help others with her book Uncoupling. It's a practical guide to the many and varied situations break-ups can bring, including the laws of separation, how to tell your children, or other family members and how to take care of yourself. Breakups are hard enough in t…
 
This year marks 60 years since the building of the Berlin Wall, appearing practically overnight on the 12th -13th of August 1961. It separated families, friends, lovers and even parents from their babies. The wall wouldn't come down for another 28 years, and during that time, at least 140 people would die trying to flee from East to West - but many…
 
Australia correspondent Bernard Keane joins Kathryn to talk about Australia's climate position and the difficulties and disagreements the coalition government is having ahead of COP26 in Glasgow. He'll also talk about whether a national plan for tackling Covid has been ditched in favour of states doing their own thing - and whether that's having th…
 
New research calls for improved stewardship of antimicrobials, including antibiotics, and chemicals found in personal care and cleaning products to protect human and ecological health.The review of the role of Emerging Organic Contaminants - which are also found in pharmaceuticals and agrichemicals - examines the effect they have on Antimicrobial R…
 
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