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TV CONFIDENTIAL (www.televisionconfidential.com) talks to the stars, writers, directors and other creative people behind the scenes of some of America's most popular shows. An engaging blend of talk and entertainment, TV Confidential often compares today’s programs with those of the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s and ’80s.
 
The Podcast from Australia for Science and Reason. Join Richard Saunders and his team of reporters for your weekly dose of skeptical news and interviews, reports and comments. Past guests have included, James Randi, Stephen Fry, Tim Minchin, Eugenie Scott, Dr Phil Plait, Michael Marshall, Dr Steve Novella, Dr Pamela Gay, Jon Ronson, Dr Ben Goldacre, Simon Singh, Prof. Richard Wiseman, Dick Smith, Banachek, Prof. Chris French, George Hrab, Tim Ferguson, Dr Paul Willis and many, many more. Fea ...
 
jamieb2000@hotmail.com James Black started DJing back in 1999 after his love of music began to take part in his social life. He has DJ'd across the UK and Ibiza, he holds a residency at London-based Techno Night 'Dark Matter' and presents regular live-streams and podcasts. He predominantly plays Techno, but has been known to play House (Funky or Tech) and Trance. **PLEASE EMAIL FOR BOOKINGS** James Black produces music under 'James Black Presents' and has had several releases on various reco ...
 
Actor James McAvoy and director Jon S Baird talk about their film Filth, based on the novel by Irvine Welsh (Trainspotting). The outrageous comedy follows scheming and corrupt detective sergeant Bruce Robertson (McAvoy) as he tries to solve a murder, get promoted, and get his wife back—all while weaving a web of lies even he can’t untangle.
 
Actor James McAvoy (X-Men: First Class, Trance) and director Jon S Baird (Cass) discuss their latest film. Adapted from Irvine Welsh's original novel, Filth sees Bruce Robertson (McAvoy), a bigoted and corrupt policeman with a crippling drug habit, manipulate his colleagues in a bid to secure a promotion. With the web of deceit beyond his control and his past catching up with him, he struggles to keep his grip on reality long enough to disentangle himself from the filth. Moderated by Edith B ...
 
Why limit yourself to one version of reality? Lady Aesculapius is a bohemian traveler between alternate worlds, and she's taking on her friend Jason Jackson to see wonders--but there's something threatening the infinite variation of reality, and now Aesc and Jason will have to make their way through dystopias, baking contests, and avoid getting copyrighted by a planet in order to save the day. Humor, character drama, and adventure await you in this new fiction podcast from 10,000 Dawns. Crea ...
 
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.
 
WeHaveAFace.org Inc. has created "WeHaveAVoice" Radio for the Huntington's and Juvenile Huntington's disease community. It is time for the community to speak out...speak up! We must openly share what all of us in the Huntington's community experience on a daily basis! Removing the stigmas and broadening social awareness and acceptance is paramount! Visit: www.WeHaveAFace.org/Radio for more information.
 
Join One Young World Ambassadors Jamal K. Campbell, Grace Cramer, James Tattersall, Siyuan LindaYang, Uzair Patel, Emily Revess and Yasmin Greenaway on OYW Ambassador Podcast, created for One Young World Ambassadors by One Young World Ambassadors. It is also aimed at anyone who is passionate about social impact and is a platform to discuss interesting topics, share your views and hear the views of others. The podcast is packed with awesome content! Follow us on Twitter: @OYWPodcast
 
Using nearly 200 years of abundant and consistent afterlife evidence, quantum physics,consciousness research, and ancient writings, we seek to understand who and what we are, how reality works, the nature of God, and the meaning and purpose of our lives. The truth is accessible to us now, and it is beyond-belief wonderful! Join us each week as we work together to better understand our one reality and gain insights into how we can make the most of the glorious eternal beings that we are.
 
History might be written by the winners, but in presidential politics the story is often shaped by the Long Shots. Journalist Conor Powell profiles eight presidential candidates who lost the race for the White House but dramatically changed America’s political landscape - right up to today. Long Shots is the story of America’s presidential battles – the contentious contest for the most powerful office in the world - and how knowing where we've been can help us choose a better tomorrow. With ...
 
Celebrating all things running in our beautiful little corner of the world that we call New Zealand. Presented by running coaches Hayden Shearman and Hamish Meacheam. The Kiwi Running Show is brought to you by TempoFit — the running fitness programme that Kiwis love. Group training, plans, coaching, online courses and challenges. Whether you’re in New Zealand or around the world, let us help you love running!
 
Enjoy a book festival from the comfort of your own headphones with by subscribing to The Book Week Scotland Conversations Podcast, from Scottish Book Trust. With the help of poet Tom Pow, we’ve asked authors, poets and storytellers to sit down with each other and have a conversation. A conversation we can all enjoy listening to. Over four episodes listen to James Robertson, Catherine Simpson, David Keenan and other fascinating writers as they talk about what home, books, childhood and langua ...
 
Life is full of limitations. Learn how to break free and live your best life. Join Ally Kramer as she interviews the top experts in the self-improvement sphere for advice on how to make life more enjoyable--no matter who you are. If you're looking for insight on how to overcome any obstacle, this podcast is made for you.
 
The official podcast of The Tribe TV series by Cloud 9! Keep The Dream Alive. Insights, interviews, behind the scenes of The Tribe. If our Tribe community enjoys this format then we might do some extra podcasts on a regular basis with cast, crew, AJ, details about novels and books, including possibly information on the teleivision productions from design to wardrobe, even music and more. KTDA!
 
"The" bass fishing talk show, the Stray Casts Outdoor Cartoon Television Podcast is right here! Stray Casts Outdoor Cartoon Television is a weekly live event, broadcasting Wednesdays at 7 pm central via our YouTube channel of the same name, Facebook Live, or via www.straycasts.net. Our hosts Pat Renwick, Ryan Whitacre, and JayPee Hey bring in bass fishing pros, from the freshest pro anglers to industry legends, for weekly chats, offering bass angling insights, tips, and the latest dish in th ...
 
Welcome to The Outdoor Journal Podcast, where the world is your playground. We'll be taking you on a journey to meet some of the world's most inspirational athletes, explorers and storytellers who are pushing the boundaries of human potential on adventures into the outdoors and journeys into the self. In each episode, we'll examine the psychology of performance to learn just what it takes to face your fears and come out the other side. Visit OutdoorJournal.com.
 
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National MPs are calling for the person who leaked Party correspondence. to front up. The Party Caucus met in Parliament today, debriefing on its worst election result since 2002. Leader Judith Collins says the release of an email from National MP Denise Lee, criticising revelations of a plan to review Auckland Council, cost the Party about five po…
 
The trouble with trouble is you can easily over analysis it. National gathered today for what will be a forlorn old caucus meeting. They’ll have picked over the entrails as to just what went wrong. And the risk they run right now is to fail to grasp, although some things unquestionably went wrong, the stuff that did go wrong wasn’t responsible for …
 
Ireland’s government is putting the country at its highest level of coronavirus restrictions for six weeks in a bid to combat a rise in infections. Premier Micheal Martin said Monday the measures take effect at midnight Wednesday and run until Dec. 1. People are being asked to stay at home, with exercise allowed only within a 5-kilometre radius of …
 
TVC 512.4: Ed, Tony, and Donna welcome back Ed Asner, the eight-time Emmy Award-winning actor known around the world as Lou Grant both on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and his own hour-long spinoff series, Lou Grant. The 2020-2021 television marks the fiftieth anniversary of the premiere of the Moore show and, by extension, the Lou Grant character. Ed …
 
TVC 512.5: Actor and author Ed Asner (The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Lou Grant, Son of a Junkman) talks to Ed, Tony, and Donna about “Chuckles Bites the Dust,” arguably the most famous episode of the Moore show; how Lou Grant brought many viewers into the world of print journalism; and who Ed would like to see cast as himself, if a movie were made abou…
 
Has the Covid crisis forever changed the fashion industry? It’s not just about trackpants and activewear sales going through the roof, there are calls for a new type of fashion revolution. Designer Kate Sylvester is one of the names behind "mindful fashion" - it's a collective which aims to make sure our local fashion scene is sustainable. Kate Syl…
 
There are concerns with overseas Covid-19 testing after an outbreak at a managed isolation facility. A group of 11 fisherman have tested positive for the virus in the Christchurch Sudima MIQ facility, and 14 cases are under investigation. Sudima chief operating officer, Les Morgan, says he understands many of the fishermen are from Russia. The boss…
 
A Hollywood star's nanny was deemed an "essential worker" and allowed into New Zealand to look after the star's child while she worked. The 14 cast and crew of The Power of the Dog applied to return to New Zealand in May to finish three weeks of filming after aborting it during the country's lockdown, briefings released to the Minister of Economic …
 
The Education Ministry is laying down the law to parents, saying they need to prioritise sending their children to school. Regular school attendance has been dropping since 2015, and this year there have been anecdotal reports that more students have left school to get jobs to support their families. Education secretary Iona Holsted told Heather du…
 
New Zealand's intelligence agencies have blown their secret cover with a light-hearted recruitment campaign. About 170 positions will be available across the NZSIS and GCSB this financial year, after new investment and staff turnover. The video offers some detail of what the company does, including a focus on counter terrorism, responding to cyber …
 
Less than 24 hours after 12 New Zealand visitors arrived into South Australia, the state has announced they will open their borders to travellers from across the ditch effective immediately. Police Commissioner Grant Stevens said the backflip meant the state would welcome direct flights from New Zealand, joining neighbouring Northern Territory and …
 
The All Blacks have revealed their squad for the Rugby Championship in Australia - and it includes two somewhat surprising additions. Otago prop George Bower and Wellington loose forward Du'Plessis Kirifi, who are both uncapped will join as cover. The moves come due to the head knock Joe Moody suffered in the second Bledisloe Cup test against the W…
 
There are calls for the new government to cough up more money for construction. Some commercial construction companies are sharing concerns that shovel-ready funding is going into roads - when it should be going into buildings. Brosnan Construction managing director Phil Brosnan told Mike Hosking high rises are where the jobs are. "We do want to do…
 
The Fonterra Shareholders Council is reshaping itself to send farmers' message to the board - rather than the other way around. This is on the back of reports showing how it can dust off the yes-man tag and hold the dairy giant's board to account. Chairman James Barron told Mike Hosking this isn't about blame, but about the way forward. He says the…
 
France's interior minister said Monday that police operations are underway into dozens of people who allegedly issued messages of support for the attacker after the beheading of a history teacher near Paris. Gerald Darmanin said on French radio Europe 1 that at least 80 cases of hate speech have been reported since Friday’s attack. Samuel Paty was …
 
Arsène Wenger is arguably one of the greatest football minds of all time. He made his name as Arsenal manager from 1996 until 2018, taking home three Premier League and seven FA Cups. And not to mention countless awards and accolades. Now he's told the story of his life in football in his new book 'My Life in Red and White.' Arsène Wenger joined Mi…
 
There is confidence New Zealand's relationship with China is safe. The world's second largest economy expanded 4.9 percent in the July-to-September quarter, compared to a year ago. New Zealand China Council chairman Sir Don McKinnon told Mike Hosking the appetite of Chinese people for New Zealand dairy and meat products is increasing. “Some people …
 
A $200 travel card for every Kiwi would help activities and amenities. Tourism Industry Aotearoa wants the Government to do five things immediately to help revive and the sector. They include giving every person a $200 travel card to be used on weekdays, make a plan to reopen the border, and provide bridging finance for businesses. Haka Tourism Gro…
 
Wales became the second nation in the United Kingdom to lock down large swaths of its economy to combat rising coronavirus infections, even as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday resisted loud calls to do the same throughout England. Wales' First Minister Mark Drakeford said Monday administration was backing a short, sharp “firebreak” to…
 
I note calls for changes to election day rules around campaigning. Every time I vote I am reminded what an old world, quaint, and disconnected from our normal life type affair it is. I enrolled, got my papers to prove my enrolment, but then didn’t get my easy vote card. I didn’t worry, given nothing that’s supposed to come in the mail these days ar…
 
National will be reviewing the election today, but National MP Mark Mitchell says that shouldn't include a leadership change. They're gathering in Wellington today after suffering its worst election result since 2002. Preliminary results give the party 35 seats ... losing 19. Mark Mitchell will return after winning the Whangaparaoa electorate. The …
 
A time of reflection and change for the National Party, but not its leadership. The party is gathering in Wellington today after suffering its worst election result since 2002. Preliminary results give the party 35 seats, losing 19. Speaking to Mike Hosking, former cabinet minister and party strategist Steven Joyce pinpointed the party's demise bac…
 
On this one Tony sits down with his old mate Chris Sides and they chat about his road to becoming a comics writer. They discuss the why and when of writing as a career and then get on to talking about his new book The Gunrunner that hits Kickstarter on 20/10/2020. You can find Chris at his website here or on Twitter here. Make sure you look for the…
 
Princess Anne could be one of the senior royals to be axed from the royal family when Charles becomes king, commentators warn. Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams spoke to Express UK about what we can expect from Charles' succession to the throne, warning that Charles' vision of the monarchy could have a big impact on many charities. And he revealed …
 
Craig Weiler is an entrepreneur and polymath with an interest in Psi phenomena who in 2013 published with the important British publisher White Crow Books an expose of the conspiracy among Internet-based sources to keep the truth about the nature of reality from broad dissemination for as long as possible. Weiler has just updated his book, which is…
 
Labour's number two Kelvin Davis is getting strong backing for the job of Deputy Prime Minister, even from those in other political parties. The Māori Party's Rawiri Waititi, who has very likely secured the party's comeback seat in Parliament, says he would expect "nothing less" than for Davis to be appointed Deputy Prime Minister. Speaking of the …
 
The handbrake is off, and Labour leader Jacinda Ardern wants to accelerate work to aid New Zealand's economic recovery. Labour received just under half of the 2.4 million votes counted on election day. Ardern says in the past, her party's had clear views on where it's wanted to go, but some governing arrangements have slowed down policy decisions. …
 
Lucas Parker is known as the LumberJack of fitness. In today’s episode he’s talking about his experience with plant medicine, his mission, as well as some career highlights and some of his most challenging moments. We’ll also be getting into the new CrossFit Games format, why Tia and Mat are so dominant, and finding your purpose in life. What you’l…
 
Part 3 of our discussion with Stan Goldman, tenured professor of criminal law and evidence law at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, and the founding director of the Loyola Center for the Study of Law and Genocide. The son of a Holocaust survivor, Stan Goldman is also the author of Left to the Mercy of a Rude Stream: The Bargain That Broke Adolf Hit…
 
Five Kiwi businesses have just been given the big tick of approval by well-known entrepreneur Theresa Gattung. Gattung leads the all woman business network SheEO, and has just named five ventures that will get interest-free loans, business mentoring and the full brunt of the network's expertise. This year’s recipients include AWWA, Goodbye SANDLY a…
 
The National Party is licking its wounds after Saturday's bloodbath. The party only secured 26.8 per cent of the vote - it's worst result since 2002 - and is down 20 MPs. Caucus will meet tomorrow to discuss next steps, with leader Judith Collins adamant she's not stepping down. Former National Party MP and minister Chris Finlayson told Heather du …
 
The Māori Party's Rawiri Waititi has spoken on how he feels being a one man band in Parliament. Waititi looks set to claim Waiariki, with a 415 vote advantage over Labour incumbent Tamati Coffey, subject to special votes. He told Heather du Plessis-Allan he's not alone. "I never stand on my own, I stand with the many who stand in front of me, behin…
 
Enneagram 4s are thought to be the least represented number on the Enneagram. Since they are withdrawn, moody, and struggle to know themselves, they tend to be among the most misunderstood as well.They are marked by a distinct desire to bring beauty and creativity to the world around them, which benefits everyone they love as well, including their …
 
Kiwis arriving in Australia have been forced into quarantine after travelling outside the specified states included in the trans-Tasman bubble. Five travellers from New Zealand have arrived in Adelaide after passing through interstate airports, according to ABC. They flew from New Zealand to Sydney but have been detained in Adelaide after arriving …
 
Author David A. Robertson opens up about his Cree culture, mental health, and the healing journey of creating his most personal work to date: a memoir called Black Water. The q screen panel talks about Saturday Night Live's return to the studio after Covid-19 shutdown production. Founding member of the band Barenaked Ladies, Ed Robertson, talks abo…
 
First Western Australia wanted out of the federation with their “WAexit” plan, now it looks like another plan to re-draw the map of Australia is gathering up a major head of steam. With a proposed title of the “Reef State”, the idea is to give “North Queensland” the powers to make its own laws and split the current Sunshine State in two. The wild p…
 
The upside for Labour is they’ve got the place to themselves. Which is good for the markets. Markets don’t like the Greens, they don’t like the uncertainty of the Greens, and although the Greens will be there, it will be in a non-confrontational ‘don’t break the china’ kind of way. This is FPP in all but name, and whether that’s Covid or whether th…
 
I’m hopeful that even though there is a huge amount of power vested in just one party – like we’ve never seen under MMP - there are some pretty clear signs that Labour doesn’t intend to abuse that and force major structural change. Everything says to me that Labour is planning to govern in the centre. Those fruity decisions that we saw in the last …
 
Australian state officials are reportedly scrambling to gain access to airline passenger lists to identify travellers who have arrived from New Zealand under the trans-Tasman bubble arrangement. It comes after flights from New Zealand touched down at Sydney Airport on Friday carrying international passengers who, for the first time in seven months,…
 
This year's Bathurst 1000 was the perfect realisation of Shane van Gisbergen's comment in his pre-race interview with the Weekend Herald. From the time the lights went out at 1pm Sunday afternoon the Great Race turned out to be a six-and-a –bit-hour sprint race. Van Gisbergen finally got the win he so coveted after coming oh so close over the past …
 
President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden went on the offense, with each campaigning in states they are trying to flip during the Nov. 3 election that is just over two weeks away. Trump began his day in Nevada, making a rare visit to church before a fundraiser and an evening rally in Carson City. Once considered a battleground, Nevada h…
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has outlined her immediate priorities after sweeping to power for her second term. Ardern wants more support for small business loans and $300 million in cash incentives to hire the unemployed in place by the end of the year. She said first out of the blocks will be the flexi-wage scheme and changes to the small busine…
 
The thing about a landslide is there is more than one story. Obviously, a majority under MMP is history. And whether it's all because of the pandemic, which it is, doesn't really matter, the cards are the cards. So, the headline goes to the size of the victory, but to ignore the other equally remarkable bits would be to do a number of people a mass…
 
ACT's first focus this term is going to be around the pandemic. With the party on eight per cent, David Seymour will bring nine first-time MPs to join him in Parliament. ACT Leader David Seymour told Mike Hosking big issues have been lost in the adrenaline of the Covid-19 crisis. He says it's important the country gets the response right. "It's not…
 
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