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The goal of this podcast is to make the early days of parenting more connected. In show I focus on: birth, postpartum and parent mental health. This podcast is for soon-to-be-parents and parents of babies and toddlers. Each week this show will provide tips and resources to help you take care of yourself and your little ones.
 
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Explore the best of VOGUE journalism, now in audio form. Each month, we're choosing some of our favorite articles for VOGUE Stories, narrated by special guest contributors and our own editorial team. Get the best of VOGUE in a brand new way. Subscribe to VOGUE Stories to get the stories of the moment delivered straight to your podcasts app.
 
If Ben Stein and the Kardashians had a baby that were raised by Janeane Garofalo in a recording studio, you’d have RhetoricLee Speaking, a podcast analyzing cliches in culture, politics, and whatever was on Netflix at 3am. Join hostess with the mostess and professor of Rhetorical Communication, Lee Pierce, to learn the ins and outs of this thing called rhetoric--why certain uses of language have different effects than others and how the cliches we use close our minds off from other ways of t ...
 
Duana and Lainey deep dive each week into work behind the gossip, the shows, the scripts, and the screenplays. From casting decisions to image management to the process of putting an idea onto the stage or the big screen, Show Your Work is a film or theatre geek's essential weekly listen. Tune in weekly and let us know your thoughts at @laineygossip and @duanaelise on Twitter.
 
Cool weekly insights into stuff I’ve read, saw, did or heard about that made me say WOW, Eureka, Damm! if it motivates and inspires you to reach your Goals then it shall be discussed. Featuring guest interviews from high performers & people of influence, weekly awards for the best Mic Drop moment. This Podcast is guaranteed to leave you pumped up for the week ahead! Don’t just live life - Make life Boom
 
Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
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Teeth. Tails. Concentric nipples. This not-at-all-rodent has the distinction of being North America’s sole marsupial and so Alie hunted down lauded Opossumologist Dr. Lisa Walsh and launched an absolute torrent of giddy questions. How many ticks do they really eat, can we keep them as pets, how do we all convincingly feign death, opossum vs. possum…
 
So not a great time in the old lobby for my daughter yesterday. Needless to say, the predictions on the new MIQ system were right. Call it anything you want, tinker with it, paint it, spin it, it remains what it always was. It's a mess that never really got set up, properly bogged down, and a classic supply-demand issue She started out 17,815th in …
 
Hopeful kiwis both here and abroad logged on early in the morning to register to go in the lottery only to see their number put somewhere in the 20 thousand range for only 3200 available MIQ spots. And only another 7000 rooms will be released before the end of the year. The queue got as high as 31,800, a pretty quick way to demoralise anyone who ha…
 
Auckland University's Des Gorman believes there has been a change in thinking. He says told Mike Hosking there's been a change in public opinion, and the Government has followed suit. "I think what we're seeing is a shift from a zero tolerance for cases to a shift zero tolerance for deaths, and I think that's going to shift even further still." Nor…
 
The case of a basketball star who's lost his job after refusing to get a Covid-19 jab could have wider implications. Tai Webster's been released by mutual consent from his Breakers contract, after refusing the vaccination due to personal reasons. Jackson Russell Lawyers associate, Jeremy Ansell, told Mike Hosking if an employer can show a genuine r…
 
Dr Ashley Bloomfield is confident Auckland is getting on top of stamping out its Delta outbreak. Auckland moves down to Alert Level Three tonight. Daily case numbers in the region remain in the double digits. But the Director-General of Health told Mike Hosking almost all of those cases are household contacts of existing cases. "Those are actually,…
 
Sufferers of chronic pain often experience long waits to see a specialist and can become reliant on heavy, sometimes addictive, drugs - but what if there is another way? Researchers at Auckland University of Technology (AUT) and Waitematā District Health Board (DHB) are testing just that. New Zealand-based health tech company Exsurgo has created a …
 
The Springboks need to turn things around – and fast. The reigning world champions have suffered back-to-back losses to Australia in the past fortnight, but it was their performance in a 30-17 loss on Saturday night that was cause for concern. The pace of the game and the pressure applied by the Australians caused plenty of problems for the Springb…
 
A Fiordland tourist town's decision to move into daylight saving forever is gaining support. When the country moves into daylight saving this weekend, Te Anau will be there for good. Russell Alexander is the boss of Matamata-based tourist attraction Hobbiton. He told Mike Hosking Te Anau's move is a good one. "Other people would adjust to it. Yeah …
 
Former Liberal frontbencher Christian Porter has revealed he was spat at in the street after what he describes as a trial by media over “false” rape allegations, but he won’t be paying back the money secured through a blind trust that triggered his resignation. After offering his resignation to the Prime Minister on Sunday after he was unable to di…
 
Opposition player of the weekend goes to Dr Shane Reti, who has exposed the Mongrel Nob meth $2.75 million for what it is. It's a soft Labour Party sop surrounded by no checks, balances, and certainly no rigour around expenditure of other people's money. This is the programme personally signed off by the Prime Minister because among other things, a…
 
A voting app created by allies of prominent Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny was removed from Google and Apple's online stores in Russia just as polls opened for parliamentary elections, according to a series of tweets from Navalny's team on Friday. Ivan Zhdanov, a key ally of the jailed dissident, tweeted an image of an email he said was from Apple c…
 
Canada might not find out its snap election results for a few days. Current Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called the election in the hope his Liberal party would have a majority win. The last polls are expected to close tomorrow afternoon New Zealand time. But political commentator Amanda Alvaro told Mike Hosking results might be delayed. “Because …
 
Confirmation from New Zealand Cricket that the threat against the Black Caps was a specific threat against New Zealand. The Black Caps tour of Pakistan was abruptly cancelled on Friday night, just minutes before the first ball was due to be bowled, due to intelligence about a credible threat. The players and support staff are now in Dubai, with mos…
 
Concerns over misinformation continuing to spread about the Covid vaccine. Rumours have been circulating online in recent weeks, about people allegedly dying after getting jabbed. National Immunisation Clinical Director Nikki Turner told Mike Hosking conspiracy theories like this are harmful and having an impact on progress. “The problem is these d…
 
Covid cases in Waikato aren't likely to stop Auckland moving to Level Three. Three household contacts of a person released from Mt Eden Prison have tested positive including a child who attended Mangatangi School while infectious on Thursday. The news comes hours before Cabinet is due to meet to confirm whether Auckland moves to Level Three tomorro…
 
Thank you so much for listening to the show today. In this episode, I had the honor of interviewing Ataahua Tukaramaene, who goes by Tah for short. Tah is a new parent, cycle breaker, and mental health advocate on a mission to encourage and support mothers in their journey. In this episode, Tah shares her personal journey with both becoming a mothe…
 
William Willis and Hannah Rawnsley: 2/10 "Because they are idiots. But, by weeks end, I found our reaction to them about as bad as their actions, making us about as bad as each other." Siouxsie Wiles: 2/10 "Because she is a hypocrite. But she got protected because she's a luvvie and a mate of the Prime Minister." The Covid Rule Breaking Tangi: 2/10…
 
The prospect of the next America's Cup being defended on our shores remains a possibility. It comes as the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron and Team New Zealand have extended the selection period for the three shortlisted offshore venues. They are Spain, Ireland and Saudi Arabia. Team New Zealand Chief Executive Grant Dalton told Mike Hosking the e…
 
The Māori Party's petition to change the name of New Zealand is, of course, going nowhere, which may ultimately be an indication as to where the party itself is going. They are a rarity in MMP, a party ousted from Parliament, but able to make a comeback. Many a small party have come and gone, and with the exception of New Zealand First, no one has …
 
A Kiwi footwear has done a world first; creating a fully biodegradable shoe. It's come from Orba and is called the Ghost Sneaker, made entirely of natural materials, things like rice husk, corks and coconut husks. Orba's sustainability manager Gillian Boucher joined Mike Hosking. Orba shoes can be found here. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
A former Defence Minister says New Zealand needs to get more involved if we want to build a better relationship with our allies. New Zealand was left out of a three-way deal between Australia, the US and UK designed to counter Chinese influence in the Asia-Pacific region. Wayne Mapp says the move shows that Australia wants to join the big internati…
 
The Blackcaps playing cricket in Pakistan is officially a thing again, as of tonight. We haven't been back since 2003 when the tour was cancelled mid-way through after a suicide bombing outside the hotels where the two teams were staying. All tours were pulled in 2009 after the Sri Lankin team's bus was attacked. Now they're back, but it still isn'…
 
Changes are on the way for medicinal cannabis medicines in this country. The Ministry of Health are looking to ease the strict standards for the medicines, all part of making them more affordable and not forcing people to have to head to the black market. Executive Director of the NZ Medicinal Cannabis Council Sally King joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN…
 
Grant Robertson's remaining optimistic when it comes to our economy. Gross Domestic Product grew by 2.8 percent in the June quarter, more than twice what the market had been expecting. But there are concerns the third quarter won't be as strong, because it'll take into account this Delta outbreak. The Deputy Prime Minister told Mike Hosking we coul…
 
One of Australia's most iconic shows is making a grand comeback. Packed to the Rafters, one of the most popular dramas to ever hit Australian and New Zealand screens, ended in 2013 after six seasons. But it's back - with Back to the Rafters coming to Amazon Prime tomorrow. It takes up the show several years later in the lives of the Rafter family. …
 
Do millennials make for below-par reality tv? The UK's hugely popular "The Great British Bake Off" has announced it's cast for the new season and it's one of the oldest line-ups in recent years. The average age of the contestants is 40 - and it's because critics argued that millennials held less appeal to watch than older generations. Great Kiwi ba…
 
You could see it coming from a mile away. We're now hitting vaccine resistance. We have done well with about 78 percent of the eligible population jabbed or booked for a jab. But it's where we hit the wall, and we hit it this week. It would be one of the highest resistance walls in the world; so that in and of itself is something to be proud of. Th…
 
In a potential big step for the anti-doping the world, the World Anti-Doping Agency is set to review whether cannabis should continue to be a banned substance. The recent case of US sprinter Sha'carri Richardson was front and centre when she admitted to taking cannabis following the death of her mum. She was subsequently banned for a month which in…
 
A warning that New Zealand can't take a "she'll be right" approach to our vaccination rate. New modelling shows if our vaccination rate reaches the 70s or low 80s, opening borders and lifting restrictions could lead to thousands of deaths. Tens of thousands of people could also be hospitalised, stretching the health system to its limits. Canterbury…
 
Air New Zealand wants to fly hydrogen-powered aircraft. It's teaming up with Airbus to research such planes. Chief Executive Greg Foran told Mike Hosking says it's on the table for domestic flights. "So they will use green hydrogen to fly, and on shorter routes we'd actually use electric." It's hoped hydrogen-powered aircraft will be part of Air Ne…
 
David Seymour is closing in on National in two recent opinion polls. A Curia poll conducted for the Taxpayers' Union, puts the Act Party on 14.9 per cent - while National's on 21.2 per cent. Recent UMR polling data obtained by Newstalk ZB, also puts Act at 13 per cent. The Act Party leader says told Mike Hosking it shows there's a growing appetite …
 
A lack of foreign pupils is likely to mean more pain for schools next year. Primary, intermediate and secondary schools lost $40 million in revenue between 2019 and last year as international students went home. The numbers are expected to be worse this year and next year. Waihi College Principal Alistair Cochrane told Mike Hosking his 35 European …
 
How ya like them apples?! Well, liquified. And fermented. Author, podcaster, cider-maker and globally lauded beverage historian Gabe Cook, aka The Ciderologist, is an enthusiastic champion of this tragically overlooked drink, and he joins with a bushel full of facts, well-spun yarns and tasting tips. Belly up for a foaming glass of friendly competi…
 
Disappointment that the Government have automatically dismissed a separate MIQ facility for our athletes. We already know the plight of our athletes overseas; the Warriors can't get home, Ryan Fox, Hayden Wilde, Michael Venus, they all can't get a spot in MIQ and face months away. Others have visas expiring and will be kicked out of the country reg…
 
It was January this year when our Prime Minister had returned from holiday, determined to address a wrong that needed righting. She had decided, or most likely someone had told her to decide, that housing was out of control, so she announced she would fix it. Literally. She said she "would fix it." She made the announcement along with her state hou…
 
The Health Minister has bold ambitions for New Zealand's vaccination rate. A range of initiatives are being rolled out to increase vaccination numbers, with six buses being used as mobile vaccine clinics in Auckland from tomorrow. The Government hasn't set a specific target, on how many people it would like to see vaccinated. But Andrew Little to M…
 
Auckland Airport and some big names in business are coming together in our first real mass incentive push to get people vaccinated. The drive thru vaccine site at the airport has been successful, but they are still only jabbing at half the rate possible. So, they've launched a new campaign called "Doing it for each other". It will involve tens of t…
 
The Auckland couple who travelled to Wānaka have outed themselves and apologised. They are 35-year-old William Willis and 26-year-old Hannah Rawnsley. In their apology, they have said their actions were completely irresponsible and inexcusable but that they sought name suppression because they had received death threats. Upon hearing that, has our …
 
Another plea for help from Auckland businesses. Heart of the City says Covid-19 has had a severe impact on companies and the cries for help are escalating. Chief Executive Viv Beck told Mike Hosking there needs to be targeted help for businesses in the form of a Covid loan scheme. "On Friday, we had the announcement of the three extra resurgence pa…
 
Foodstuffs North Island is vowing to clean up its act. A Commerce Commission report's found anti-competitive behaviour and excess profits were some of the main issues with the grocery sector. In response, the supermarket chain which owns New World, Pak'nSave and Four Square, says it'll release their land covenants that stopped competitors setting u…
 
Great insight into the inner workings of the Chinese regime. Desmond Shum was born in Shanghai and raised in Hong Kong; he grew up poor but rose through the ranks in China to become a successful businessman. He and his now ex-wife Whitney Duan developed the largest air cargo facility in China. But that all came crashing down in 2017 when Whitney di…
 
Britain's NHS has completed day one of a new blood test trial...that could revolutionise survival and treatment rates of cancer. It will see 140,000 volunteers be given the Galleri test, which looks for cancerous DNA in the bloodstream, before it properly forms. Early trials already show it's effective at discovering hard to identify cancers around…
 
Gladys Berejiklian has probably done Australia a favour. She's not doing her 11 o'clock Covid update anymore, because the state is reopening. She's got bigger fish to fry. The idea that leaders do daily updates is, of course, anathema in most parts of the world. It seems now to suit only those who wish to continue to manipulate, like us. This count…
 
Dunedin is set to lose one of its popular student bars. The Starters Bar is set to close down, due to health and safety concerns around the building. The bar, formerly known as The Oriental, was bought by the Otago University Students' Association in 2018. President Michaela Waite-Harvey told Mike Hosking it's hard to see it go. "A hard decision, b…
 
The toilet training of cows could have great environmental benefits. Auckland University researchers, along with German colleagues, have shown bovines can be trained to use a latrine, using food as a reward. Study author, Lindsay Matthews, told Mike Hosking Dutch modelling shows if you could capture 80 percent of the urine, you'd reduce ammonia by …
 
It seems most Auckland primary and intermediate schools want the holidays to stay put. Some parents want the break moved forward so they don't have to supervise home schooling during level 3 or 4, and don't have to ask for annual leave as soon as they return to the office. Those holidays are due to start on October 4. Education Minister Chris Hipki…
 
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