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Hosted by Bob Cesca, the popular Salon.com contributor and editor for The Daily Banter, the Bob Cesca Show combines funny liberal political talk from podcasters knee-deep in the trenches of the American political debate. Brought to you by BubbleGenius.com bath and body products. Download our free weekly audio podcast in the iTunes Store and be sure to Rate and Review the show in iTunes.
 
War of the Roses, catching cheaters one at a time! Listeners call the Z Morning Zoo and put their boyfriend/husband to the ultimate test will they or wont they choose them. The Zoo calls the boyfriend/husband and offers him a dozen free red roses to send to anyone they want. The ultimate test is, will they choose the right person.
 
Hey Mini Beanies... The Beanies are back! And they have been VERY hard at work in their Rainbow Studio, adding glitter and bubbles and colours to brand NEW episodes of The Beanies podcast! Each week, Laura, Mim and Michael will share a special new episode where you will either follow them on a fun and silly adventure, or you can be part of a special Show & Tell. Yes YOU are invited to be part of the podcast – sharing your stories and questions! Over the weeks you will meet a teeny tiny spide ...
 
Make Hairy and Corey the new way you start your day. Take them on your early commute, spend the morning with them in bed, blast them in your kitchen while scrambling eggs for your lover. Gotta poo? They’ll go too! Whoever (or whatever) you are, this duo will help you spread the morning love from coast to coast like butter on toast! *We have all licenses/permissions necessary for the third-party content in our show.
 
Former morning zoo radio DJ Rockin' Ray Robinson and former investigative reporter Ned Jenkins create a radio show promoting Chomsky for Mayor to get them back into the spotlight! Issues raised by Chomsky and his frequent internet postings are addressed... as well as how our show may or may not be on the air at the moment. Tune in each week to get an update on the race, and Chomsky's antics. Chomsky for Mayor is a show created by Nate Rubin and Chad Kean. Chomsky is Nate Rubin: Sam on the Si ...
 
A fully-produced parody of FM "Morning Zoo" radio, blended with a running audio-drama about the station itself and the lives of the hosts. Explicit but wholesome. The best episode to sample is "56: Bread Song of the Summer" and you don't have to listen in order. As a matter of fact, don't even bother with the first 19 episodes. There is a summary of season 1's plot, if you want to catch up on that without slogging through the early stuff. New episodes every Monday at 5am. Part of the Scaveng ...
 
The Topical is the daily podcast from The Onion and Onion Public Radio, and the only podcast brave enough to ask: What if the news had sound effects? Join host Leslie Price each day as he barely scratches the surface of all the day’s top news stories. Journalism isn’t dead. It's using its dying breath to beg you to listen to The Topical. New episodes published every weekday by 5 a.m. Eastern time.
 
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There are more tigers in captivity in the United States than there are in the wild in Asia, thanks to Americans' growing appetites for posing for photos with big cats and their cubs. National Geographic photographer Steve Winter has previously photographed wild cats in places like Myanmar and Peru, but for his latest project he spent two years trac…
 
Today is World Menopause Day and Wellington-based writer Sarah Connor is marking the occasion with the release of her new project, Menopause over Martinis - a potluck dinner with a difference, where friends, family and colleagues of all ages come together to share what they do or don't know about perimenopause and menopause/te ruahinetanga.…
 
No one knows exactly how the world will look in 10 years from now, but Harvard University Professor and author Joseph Nye argues that pandemics like Covid-19 are not always transformative events that change the world. The author of the recently-released book Do Morals Matter? Presidents and Foreign Policy from FDR to Trump has outlined five possibl…
 
Ireland's 'punk economist' David McWilliams is Adjunct Professor of Global Economics at the School of Business Trinity College Dublin and ranked the 10th most influential economist in the world. The bestselling author and award-winning documentary maker joins the show to look at economic matters in Ireland, New Zealand and throughout the world.…
 
In 1999 Andrew Cory saw a postage-sized advertisement in the NZ Beekeeping magazine saying the Niue Honey Company was up for sale. When he landed on the island he was driven to a jungle, where dozens of decades-old hives were buried within masses of vines - but after seeing the Italian bee stock within, he decided to take a punt. Over the years, An…
 
Boris Johnson is attempting to force Greater Manchester into accepting tougher Covid restrictions without providing extra money to protect businesses, while claiming that every day of delay would mean "more people will die". This has been met with massive resistance from Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham and others in the north who claim they a…
 
It's well documented that women adhere more to preventive health practices than men, so it's no surprise that a big new study out of Yale University and New York University has confirmed that women are more likely than men to follow guidelines outlined by medical experts to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Study author and postdoctoral researcher in…
 
The Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries and Risk Factor Study 2019 was published in the Lancet this week. It shows that New Zealanders are now living longer than ever but spending more years in poor health, and that around 80% of the country's premature deaths were preventable. AUT Professor Valery Feigin joins the show to discuss the findings.…
 
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