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Her Dark materials is a bi-weekly podcast hosted by Faye and Rachael discussing the His Dark Materials novels chapter by chapter, spoiler-free. Join us, two gingers from the north of England, as we talk daemons, Dust and dismantling power structures. You can find us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @HDMPod
 
HBO brings Philip Pullman’s iconic trilogy to television with His Dark Materials, the newest miniseries from the legendary network. His Dark Materials tells the story of Lyra, a young woman on a quest to find her missing friend. Along the way, she unravels a mystery involving kidnapping, parallel universes, and the mysterious phenomenon called the Dust. Join us for THE AFTERBUZZ TV HIS DARK MATERIALS AFTERSHOW PODCAST, where we’ll be breaking down each episode and analyzing HBO’s adaptation ...
 
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Brought to you by Detroit is Different, His Fault Her Problem Podcast is about love, lovers. The show features two black women who seek to uncover the issues that lead to the steadily declining rate of marriage in the African American community and find resolve. In each episode, co-hosts Chari Reeves and Eboni Rousell engage in thought-provoking and insightful conversation with guests. Diving into issues related to the social and cultural dynamics of dating and relationships; the dialogue is ...
 
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Her Dark Materials is a bi-weekly podcast hosted by Faye and Rachael discussing the His Dark Materials novels chapter by chapter, spoiler-free. In this episode we chat about Chapter 16 of The Amber Spyglass – The Intention Craft. In this chapter, we spend some time with bad dad Asriel and the captured Mrs Coulter. They argue and we are forced to en…
 
Jacinda Ardern has congratulated Australia's new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese. He's become the 31st Prime Minister of Australia, after emerging as the frontrunner from yesterday's election. But the Labor leader is likely to need the support of smaller parties and independents to form a government. Newstalk ZB Political Reporter Aaron Dahmen told…
 
Australia has a new Prime Minister. The country has voted for change, here is their new leader, Labor’s leader Anthony Albanese accepting victory last night. Coalition Leader Scott Morrison has conceded defeat and will stand down as Liberal Leader. Australian correspondent Murray Olds joined Francesca Rudkin. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Well, what a week for being in the live TV business. I’ve become a little addicted to Dancing with the Stars. I was first drawn to the show to support my colleague Kerre Woodham, who in a crazy turn of events has been recalled to the show and, in her own words, is going to crawl across the Covid corpses of her fellow competitors to try and get a ha…
 
On this weeks show we're joined by the wonderful Solarcan Man himself, Mr Sam Cornwell, to hear all about the Solarcan Puck which is up on Kickstarter now. This is a really properly cool little creation that is absolutely worth your time to investigate, so go have a look before the Kickstarter ends. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/samcornwell/…
 
On this weeks show we're delighted to be joined by the mighty Steve Starr (better known by many as @stig_ofthedump) To talk about the book a Fortunate man from the 60's a work produced by writer John Berger and documentary photographer Jean Mohr detailing the life and practice of a local GP in a small village in the Forest of Dean, and how Steve us…
 
Lorna Subritzky and Nick Mills joined Francesca Rudkin for the Sunday Panel. On the agenda was the Nurses' Union claim our health system is 4000 nurses short, what constitutes a sick day and how much personal responsibility we need to take to reduce our emissions. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
Four Treasures of the Sky by Jenny Tinghui Zhang. Fiction about a Chinese girl in the 19th century who is sent to the city by her grandmother when her parents disappear, and is subsequently kidnapped and sent to America – to a brothel in San Francisco. She eventually manages to make her way across the States, presenting herself as a young man as th…
 
Dr Nikki Stamp is one of Australia’s leading heart surgeons, an author and TV presenter. Nikki always wanted to be a surgeon but never expected just how tough the job would be – the long hours, sexism, burnout and bullying. Her new book ‘Scrubbed’ details the issues faced by those in the public health and how she’s turning her attention to fixing i…
 
I’ve never made Coq au Vin and I thought it was a lot more complicated than it is! 3 cups of red wine – is this a dish for family? Does the alcohol burn off? This week we had one of our very popular supper clubs at the school. It was super cold! and we had all the fires going. Because it was so cold, it was great as I could dig out a real winter wa…
 
Can we talk about the follow up of a story we had previously discussed? A couple of months ago we chatted about the first patient receiving a pig's heart and were super excited about it. Sadly that patient died two months later, hindering the study and creating conversations around whether or not pig's hearts can cope with the needs of a human reci…
 
Hugh Bonneville is most well-known for his role of Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham on smash hit drama Downton Abbey. He’s also been in films like Nottinghill, Viceroy’s House and Paddington In Hugh’s new film, he plays much-loved children’s author Roald Dahl in To Olivia. Hugh Bonneville joined Francesca Rudkin from the UK. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
On Monday 16 May, Police Minister Poto Williams will take a paper to cabinet for sign-off, outlining the Government’s solution to the spat of ram raids we’re currently experiencing. This follows a recent announcement that funding will be allocated in the 2022 Budget to support businesses and protect themselves from ram raiders. We don’t know what t…
 
Newstalk ZB chief political reporter Jason Walls joined Francesca Rudkin to give a preview into what we can expect in this week's Budget. The pair discussed Act's alternative Budget, National's response and a few details on the Emissions Reduction Plan that will be delivered by James Shaw on Monday. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Tomorrow Climate Change Minister James Shaw will be unveiling the Government’s Emissions Reduction Plan. To discuss, Terrence Loomis from the Fossil Fuels Aotearoa Research Network and researcher Jess Berentson-Shaw joined Francesca Rudkin. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
Wake by Shelley Burr. The latest in a crop of really terrific Australian crime thrillers – they all share similar characteristics. Small isolated town, atmospheric, the heat, and people in small communities telling lots of lies. Centres around the case of a missing girl which has never been resolved though her sister has often been suspected of the…
 
Claire Trevett wrote in the NZ Herald this week that the most important pageant in politics at the moment is for the coveted tiara of Mr Economic Credibility. Who do you think is winning the race? Luxon or Robertson? Corrections is paying for tattoo removal for new prisoners. Duck shooting season started yesterday and according to Fish and Game New…
 
Australian actress Teresa Palmer is most well known for her roles in films like Warm Bodies, Hacksaw Ridge, she was fabulous in the true story Ride Like A Girl and Francesca just loved her in A Discovery of Witches. Teresa’s new movie is The Twins. The Twins is streaming now on Shudder. Teresa Palmer joined Francesca Rudkin from LA. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Kim Kardashian is in the hotseat for her comments about the diet she had to do in order to fit into her Met Gala look. Her comments are said to be promoting crash dieting in order to lose weight. What negative effects does crash dieting have on your health? Erin also has some nutrition tips to lose weight in a sustainable way. Erin is the co-founde…
 
Sadly, as we age our ability to hear decreases due to damage from loud noises and medical treatments like cancer treatments. We are born with tiny hair cells in our ears, which when we are young stick up and detect the vibrations from sound waves sending signals to our brain about the frequency and amplitude or pitch and volume of the sounds around…
 
Happy Mother's Day to all those wonderful mums out in the world. Every year, I want to bring you a recipe that you can all cook for your mums and this year is no different. But instead of a dessert or something sweet, this year, I want to share with you my own mum's recipe. Dutch pea and ham soup. It's a cracker of a soup and if your wooden spoon s…
 
If there is one person you want to go to, for the inside story on the royal family, it’s investigative journalist Tina Brown. Tina is the former editor of Vanity Fair and the New Yorker, in 2007 she wrote The Diana Chronicles. Her new book continues the story post-Diana, it’s called The Palace Papers: Inside the House of Windsor – the Truth and the…
 
The Big OE is back on with reports of growing numbers of young Kiwis looking to head offshore. Trans-Tasman company The Working Holiday Club helps young people book working holidays in the UK and Canada. CEO Natalie Broomfield joined Francesca Rudkin. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
It’s pre-budget announcements season and we won’t be seeing tax cuts but National wants everyone to want them. May 19th is budget day – I want to say it’s the big day but with the budget, it’s actually all about the leadup. What did you think of Simon Bridges speech? New Zealand political editor Claire Trevett joined Francesca Rudkin. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
In his term as Chief Censor, David Shanks has overseen a time of vast change and challenges – the livestream of the March 15 terror attack, ever-evolving new technologies, online hate and misinformation. He’s seen things that no one should be exposed to. David's five-year term at the Classifications Office ended on Friday and joined Francesca Rudki…
 
This week Health Minister Andrew Little announced a taskforce to tackle long delays for procedures and appointments within the health system. The thought of yet another working group or taskforce may make us roll our eyes, but this one is at least made up of people working at the heart of our DHB’s and health system – which should give us some hope…
 
On this weeks show the whole gang is here, and not only that, we're joined by one of our favourite humans Hamish Gill to get all the info on the upcoming Analogue Spotlight event! Well, okay, maybe not all the information, but definitely some. Of varying quality. Did we mention that Hamish had been up since 4.30am? Check out this for a perhaps more…
 
Her Dark Materials is a bi-weekly podcast hosted by Faye and Rachael discussing the His Dark Materials novels chapter by chapter, spoiler-free. In this episode we chat about Chapter 15 of The Amber Spyglass – The Forge. In this chapter, Iorek, Lyra and Will fix the knife. Iorek speaks to Lyra and Will and Lyra says a (potential) goodbye to bear dad…
 
As the world begins to travel again, travel agents are digging around for the office keys in the bottom of the junk drawer and heading back to their desks. But things have changed. Many agents had to pivot and find other jobs as Covid saw the travel industry come to a grinding halt. They’re not coming back. They’re real estate agents now, florists,…
 
Death of the Black Widow by James Patterson: thought it was time we gave the great (well, prolific at least) James Patterson a bit of an airing. This is the story of a femme fatale black widow type of monster who preys (mostly) on men; and is something of an escape artist as the police just can’t catch her. The cop in charge of the cases becomes ob…
 
Simon Bridges' last week in parliament. Unlimited annual leave? Would you like to see more companies do this? Elon Musk buys Twitter Commentator and TV Producer, Irene Gardiner and Political commentator, Ben Thomas joined Francesca Rudkin on the Panel. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
Cookbook fans, I wonder how much you know about how the beloved cookbook came to be? Did you know it was in 1845? Have you ever heard of its creator Eliza Acton? Or what about the fact that the only reason poet Eliza ever wrote and revolutionised the modern cookbook was because she was told poetry wasn’t the business of a lady? It’s a great yarn an…
 
As we get older, I think mobility is incredibly important... but joints tend to become stiffer over time, making them less flexible as we age. Why do we get stiffer as we age? What are some natural remedies to reduce joint inflammation, stiffness and pain? Erin is the co-founder, director, naturopath and yoga teacher at Golden Yogi. She holds a bac…
 
Mike’s website – goodfromscratch.co.nz Pinch and a punch for the first day of the month. This week we have been harvesting the start of our kumara. And as you can see, they are huge! Note: when growing Kumara they love a hard pan. By this I mean, when you plant kumara they are best grown approximately 20 cm below the surface but they need to hit so…
 
Science has just found out that men and women experience pain differently. We can never fully know how somebody else experiences pain – especially when it’s caused by something we’ll never experience ourselves such as gendered pain like childbirth (or man flu). Now a new study published in the journal Brain – https://academic.oup.com/brain/advance-…
 
NZ music docu-series Give It a Whirl: Kiwi rock music is loaded with great sounds and stories, as this collection demonstrates. The Give It a Whirl collection is built around the 2003 TV series, which explores five decades of popular music in Aotearoa. The new judges have been announced for MasterChef NZ. The new-look trio of judges is led by Maste…
 
Today is the first day of NZ music month – and it would be rude if we didn’t kick it off with some great Kiwi music. The theme of this year's New Zealand Music Month is ‘Level Up Our Local Talent’ – calling on the music industry to support our next wave of musicians. One of those up and comers is Tauranga based singer/songwriter Georgia Lines. Geor…
 
Do you fancy unlimited annual leave from work? It would be great, wouldn’t it? Well, one Auckland company is leading the way and has implemented just that, unlimited annual leave for their staff. Actionstep’s Vice President of Engineering, Stevie Mayhew joined Francesca Rudkin. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
This afternoon, the Government is announcing a pre-budget package to tackle school attendance issues. Three Waters is going ahead – what are the next steps? Should we expect a busy three weeks as we head into the budget? NZ Herald political reporter, Michael Nielson joined Francesca Rudkin. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Over 50,000 kiwi women are overdue Mammograms due to screening delays. According to the Breast Cancer Foundation, this could mean 300 women have undiagnosed breast cancer. One woman who has experienced delays in screening is Northland based Antoinette Howard-Mayr. After discovering a lump in her breast, Antoinette had to beg health professionals fo…
 
Even though New Zealand’s MIQ and virtual lottery system has now come to an end, there is something comforting in the Grounded Kiwis win in the High Court this week. Finally, common sense comes to the fore, it’s like a full stop has been placed under this contentious issue as the High Court acknowledges we needed to protect our border, but it could…
 
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