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Listen to the award winning Second Captains free to air podcasts featuring The Second Captains Podcast and Second Captains Football. Join The Second Captains World Service and get access to our daily shows and much more. Become a Second Captains member at secondcaptains.com. - iTunes Podcast of the Year - iTunes Essentials Top 10 Podcasts of All-Time - The Guardian's 50 Podcasts You Need To Hear - Ireland's Most-Downloaded Podcast
 
A Roosters fan and a Rabbitohs fan put rivalry aside to talk all things rugby league. Each week the podcast tackles all the big issues, the talking points, the highlights and the lowlights. Michael and Emanuel review the week that was, analyse all the big moments and preview the upcoming round. How Good Is Rugby League is the ultimate podcast for any one who loves their NRL footy.
 
The Beyond the Dugout Podcast is a weekly sports show specialising in Fastpitch Softball hosted by Jason Gerbes aka Chopper & Damian Collins in New Zealand. The big difference is it will be your podcast, your way. You can help decide the guests and questions you would like asked. Podcast airs every Friday Prime Drive Time at 6pm NZT. (4pm Sydney, 6am Europe, 2am Toronto, 3pm Tokyo Thursday) The Beyond The Dugout Podcast will start based around Fastpitch Softball in NZ, but will include a spo ...
 
Chris & Jarryd focus weekly on sport on a local Newcastle & Hunter Valley level as weel as a wider national level. Filled with plenty of drivel and varying levels of insight, it's a not too serious take on the sporting landscape, with some more sensible 1 on 1 interviews thrown in for good measure
 
Alex Magleby is a Full Contact CEO. As former team captain of US National Rugby Team, Head Coach, General Manager, and now the Founder & CEO of the New England Free Jacks, he has seen it all. Through interviews with high profile athletes, CEOs, coaches, investors, and executives, he pulls back the curtain on the business of sports, media, and entertainment as he builds his startup - a professional sports team, The New England Free Jacks. Tune in every week to listen in on his raw, authentic ...
 
Jameela, the Founder & Host of the freeform podcast, JAMPACKED strives to be the vessel for the BIPOC and LGBTQ+ communities. The podcast is available on all streaming platforms, including YouTube. We play drinking games (alcohol and non-alcoholic beverages) while the guests share their true authentic self. We discuss a variety of topics in a fun and safe space where they feel comfortable to share their journey. Many of tears, many of laughs, but the mission is to inspire others through shar ...
 
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On this week's bonus episode, correspondent Dave Woods is joined by England forward Alex Walmsley, Wales head coach John Kear and Brad Walter, senior journalist for NRL.com in Sydney, to discuss the immediate fallout to Australia and New Zealand's decision to withdraw from the 2021 Rugby League World Cup, and whether the tournament can go ahead wit…
 
The team opens up by discussing the weekly NRL Soap Opera including the move of the NRL to QLD, the lack of a plan for families, the Tyrone May sex tape settlement, Billy Slater telling the QRL to get stuffed and the Bulldogs transformation with Phil Gould and Stan Hansen. @14:59 The team reviews the final State of Origin Game and then review Round…
 
Welcome to the Knock On, scoreline.ie’s rugby podcast. In this episode, Stephen Byrne, former Leinster captain Chris Pim, and Tullow rugby’s Johnny Tobin talk about lots including…. The Lions team selection for the first test, has Gatland got it right? The balance of players on the pitch and the bench What Warren Gatland’s possible thinking is with…
 
With two days of competition into the Tokyo Olympics. Beyond The Dugout Episode 15 features Italy’s Olympians Erika Piancastelli (C) Andrea Howard (OF). We got to talk with these two elite athletes from the Italian Azzure national team the day before their opening match against USA, which they stocked USA by holding them to only 2 runs!! Piancastel…
 
Researchers have concluded the sparrow-sized South Island Robin, or Toutouwai, is among a handful of birds endemic to New Zealand that will thrive if we one day become predator-free. They know this after completing a survey of 47 islands in the Fiordland region which found a decline in several other bird species, even though predators have been era…
 
A protest is being held this morning outside Auckland Council calling for the revoking of a resource consent for a marina on Waiheke Island. Protesters have been at Putiki bay for more than three months, but today have travelled into the city. The resource consent was granted for the Kennedy Point Marina in 2017. RNZ reporter Te Aorewa Rolleston is…
 
Consumer New Zealand has a message for those who feel they're getting dud service from their insurance company -... complain. A damning Financial Markets Authority report condemned the industry's indifference towards improving its treatment of customers. The review found 95 percent of our insurers were operating below expectation and there had been…
 
Their goal is 100 percent, but aged care and retirement village operator Radius Care is nevertheless celebrating vaccination numbers just over half of that. Radius Care has 22 locations around New Zealand, employing more than 1700 staff and providing professional aged care for more than 1700 residents. So far, just over 59 percent of residents and …
 
New Zealand won't field men's and women's teams at this year's Rugby League World Cups in England - citing Covid-19 safety concerns. The New Zealand Rugby League last night joined Australia in pulling out of the tournaments scheduled for October and November. It means the Kiwis men's team, who are ranked number one in the world, look set to stretch…
 
An organiser of last week's farming protest says they are still unsure if the government is listening to their demands - and warns more action will be taken. More than 50 protests were held around the country, rallying against new farming regulations and taxes on utes. Groundswell New Zealand has given the government a month to listen and work towa…
 
During nearly forty years as police officer in South Auckland, Alf Filipaina never once felt the force needed to be armed. Now he's changed his mind. Retired from the police and serving as a Manukau councillor, he says an upsurge in gun violence has convinced him some front line specialists should be armed. He spoke to Guyon Espiner.…
 
Muslim, Jewish and disabled communities say government silence on hate speech laws is allowing misinformation to flourish. The Justice Minister Kris Faafoi has gone to ground since announcing his plans last month, repeatedly turning down RNZ's interview requests. Minority groups say the minister needs to speak up on the proposed laws. Political rep…
 
A former student of Wesley College has spoken emotionally of physical abuse, including severe beatings, bullying and extreme violence at the boarding school near Pukekohe. William Wilson, who is now 43, and of Scottish and Samoan descent, was at the school in 1991 and 1992. He came forward to the Royal Commission into Abuse in Care's Pacific inquir…
 
Christchurch's decision to cut the capacity of its new stadium is being labelled as one the city will come to regret. The city council voted yesterday to reduce the number of seats in the arena from 30,000 to 25,000 in an attempt to stop an $88 million budget blow out. Among the reasons for the ballooning costs is the rising price of steel and ship…
 
Contact Energy and Meridian Energy are looking to build the world's first large-scale green hydrogen plant in Southland. A report for the two companies says a plant is feasible once electricity currently used by Tiwai Point aluminium smelter comes free. The smelter has a supply agreement with Meridian through to late 2024. One sceptic is University…
 
Unions want all workers to be eligible for paid sick leave from their very first day of employment. From tomorrow, minimum sick leave entitlements double from five to 10 days - but it won't benefit everyone. Sick leave is currently only available after six months of continuous employment - meaning new employees and people on temporary contracts oft…
 
Fiji is suffering from ever more Covid-19 deaths, including two pregnant women. The country has had a week in which the daily figure of cases has topped 1000. Fiji now has more than 15-thousand active cases in isolation. It has recorded a total of 146 deaths, 144 of them from the latest outbreak that began in April. Minister of Foreign Affairs Nana…
 
A decision will be made today about whether the entire trans-Tasman travel-bubble will be closed. Cabinet convened a special virtual meeting yesterday to discuss the pause, and its decision about what to do will be revealed in a few hours. This comes as more than half of Australia is under lockdown due to multiple outbreaks of the Delta variant of …
 
Nearly 3000 requests for emergency housing were rejected by the government in 2020 - a figure the opposition National Party says represents a genuine crisis. Social Development Minister Carmel Sepuloni revealed yesterday there were 2997 rejected applications in 2020 - nearly three times the number turned down the year before. National Party social …
 
In the US, the Bootleg wildfire in Oregon has grown into a monstrous complex with its own weather system. On the other side of the States, New York City has woken up to an intense red sunrise, the smell of wildfires and a thick brown haze. New reports say lightning started the wildfire, which has become the third largest fire in the state's history…
 
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