Each week Sam Petersen finds the funniest / strangest online confessions to discuss with great guests. New episode every Sunday! This podcast is part of the Nearly Podcast Network.
To Be Quite Honest is a weekly podcast hosted by comedians Kirsty Webeck and Sam Petersen. Each week they'll tackle a new topic in the best way they know how (mostly by dribbling on).
The Rusty Fragment Podcast Show is a podcast hosted by the legendary Greg Fleet and the not-so-legendary Sam Petersen. Sometimes they talk amongst themselves and then move on to talking at a guest. It's a fortnightly podcast and, failing that, every second week. Tweeter Birds: @MrSammyP @TheGregFleet@ScottyBrennan facebook.com/rustyfragment www.rustyfragment.com youtube.com/rustyfragment Email: email@example.com
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The Human Species is evolving. We are heading for an entirely new paradigm. The internet is our collective mind manifested into the world. New (well, actually quite old) ideas like the Law of Attraction, Reincarnation, and Spiritual Awakening are emerging. Meanwhile, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Virtual Reality, and more plan to entirely shift our existence. We MUST talk about the ramifications. That's what this show is all about! Let's Explore -Paul Tokgozoglu
A podcast to promote and raise awareness of mental health issues in comedians by sharing and exploring comedians' views on mental health (from personal experience, or observations of peers and loved ones, or society in general). The interviewer, Shae Meddings, is a registered psychologist.
Meet Avery Carmichael, student-teacher. This year he's teamed up with Mr. Samuel Petersen, veteran teacher. Avery is about to get an education in educating. . . but not the one he is expecting. In a semester that will see school-shootings in the United States and Canada, Sam Petersen's lessons to Avery will be, at first, enlightening. Then horrifying. EDUCIDE: Why do schools have to bleed to make headlines?
Smarter Cars is a show about the future of transportation from autonomous vehicles to electric scooters. We believe the future includes all modes of transport if we can choose the right tool for the job for each trip. We’re interviewing key players about policies to encourage multi-modal transport, the role for ride services and autonomous vehicles, reducing personal car ownership, the impact of micromobility, how to redesign our streets and curbs, fair road pricing and the role of transit. ...
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The STOL Collective is a podcast about STOL, backcountry and mountain flying in Europe. But most of all, about the people sharing this passion. Presented by Maxime Compagnon aka vieux_bandit .
In New Zealand drowning is the leading cause of recreational death including around 80 preventable fatalities every year. Today is the first-ever World Drowning Prevention Day. Water Safety New Zealand CEO Daniel Gerrard is with us.
Writer and podcaster Nicola Twilley's latest book, co-authored with husband Geoff Manaugh, is Until Proven Safe: The History and Future of Quarantine. She joins the show to discuss the importance of planetary quarantine.
There isn't much Professor Dave Gerrard hasn't done when it comes to the Olympic Games, having attended the first Tokyo Olympics in 1964 as an athlete. This time he is a medical commissioner for Fina. He's with us from Tokyo.
Voice cloning software is able to replicate a person's voice speaking any words or sentences that are typed into a keyboard. Founder of VocaliD, Professor Rupal Patel joins us to discuss how the technology works.
Human fathers put more time and energy into rearing their offspring than most other mammalian dads. Dr Lee Gettler is an anthropologist who focuses on fathering and the biology of fatherhood. He's with us today to discuss.
Amanda Ellis arrived in Hawai'i in 2016 and no other place outside of New Zealand has had a stronger impact on her own personal growth than Hawai'i. She's Calling Home this morning from Manoa Valley, Honolulu.
Protests expose urban/rural divide in media; government and media on same page over terrorism reporting; the problem with economists' forecasts.
This week Sammy is joined by Allday and Jessica Brody for the podcast you didn't know you needed until now. You're welcome. Gifts accepted. Follow Allday on instagram & twitter: @alldaychubbyboy Follow Jessica on instagram: @jessica_brody Follow Confessions on instagram & facebook: @ConfessionsOfTheIdiots Follow Sammy on instagram: @SamPetersen91 F…
This morning our panellists will be discussing the suspension of the trans-Tasman travel bubble, the Olympics, the increase in sick leave from five to 10 days and the loss of money from the Americas Cup.
It's long been considered a fact by many that stress turns out hair grey, but a new study has found evidence linking psychological stress to greying hair in people. Martin Picard, Ph.D., co-author of the study joins us.
All over the world there has been an increase in people aged 50+ starting businesses. In New Zealand there are patterns to confirm the trend. Dr Judith Davey conducted 20 in-depth interviews to find out more. She joins us this morning.
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When Philip Toogood and wife Julie arrived in Fiji in 2006 it was only with the intention of being there for three years. Fifteen years later, the couple remain at home on Denarau Island. He's Calling Home this morning.
It seems hard to think of a time when we didn't all have a cellphone. Daniel Bliss is a professor of Electrical Engineering and he's with us to look at how cellphone technology has developed over the last three-quarters of a century.
We move around 30% less than our counterparts in the 1960s but author Caroline Williams says movement is something we need to build back into our lives. She joins us to discuss her new book Move!: The New Science of Body.
New research out of Northwestern University has found drinking one or more cups of coffee per day is associated with about a 10% decrease in risk of Covid-19. Study co-author Dr. Marilyn Cornelis joins the show to discuss the findings.
Labour market's mixed messsages; new journalism fund unveils first projects; angst over money and the mob; good, bad and gruesome of sport.
This week on the podcast Sammy is joined by Stuart Daulman and Scout Boxall. It's everything you've ever wanted. Follow Stu on instagram & twitter: @stu_what Follow Scout: on instagram & twitter: @scoutboxall Follow Confessions on instagram & facebook: @confessionsoftheidiots Follow Sammy on instagram: @sampetersen91 Follow Sammy on twitter: @mrsam…
Today, our panelists will be looking at the troubling rise of violence in New Zealand, the governments Mongrel Mob rehab funding and National's new 'demand the debate' billboard campaign.
Leukaemia & Blood Cancer New Zealand are fundraising by getting people to climb up to 5000 steps at Eden Park. The challenge will see 445 participants working up a sweat to support the cause. We cross live to the event.
Joining us is New Zealander Dr Gary McLean, Professor in molecular immunology and an international authority on coronaviruses. Dr McLean is with us to cover off all of the latest Covid-19 news and developments.
This week Sammy is joined by Richard Chadwick (Karen From Finance) and Performer Scott Brennan. Oh yes. This is happening. Karen's new music video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTNYW-XuFDA Follow Karen on instagram & twitter: @karenfromfinance Follow Confessions on instagram & twitter: @confessionsoftheidiots Follow Sammy on instagram: @sampeter…
When we think of infidelity our minds go straight to the bedroom, but financial infidelity can be just as devastating. The reasons for financial infidelity fall into seven key categories. Lawyer Jeremy Sutton joins us in the studio to discuss.
Due to the pandemic, universities had to conduct exams online. Students began forming systems for information exchange which evidently resulted in cheating scandals. But is it cheating, or using initiative? Linda Rowan explores the issue.
Palmerston North native Shannen Georgia Petersen released her single Home Again 4 in May and has just finished touring with the Kiwi duo Carb on Carb. The talented artist currently lives in Wellington and joins us for a chat.
Las Vegas isn't the first place that springs to mind when you think about artists moving somewhere to seek refuge or inspiration, but it's been a home base for NZ artists Matt Couper and his wife J.K. Russ for a decade.
Afghanistan's war dropping out of sight; a sexist sports spray sparks a startling sacking; does star power trump media power in sport?
This week on the podcast Sammy is lucky enough to be joined by Alexei Toliopoulos and the true host of the podcast, Rhi Down. Follow Alexie on twitter & instagram: @ThisisAlexei Follow Rhi on twitter & instagram: @RhiDown Follow Sammy on twitter: @MrSammyP Follow Confessions on instagram: @ConfessionsOfTheIdiots Follow Sammy on instagram: @SamPeter…
This morning our panellists discussed the sudden axing of a sports producer after a controversial column about women's rugby, widespread criticism of the Fair Pay Agreements and and acceptable names for children.
The seemingly unthinkable has happened in the sporting world, with England making it through to tomorrow morning's Euro 2020 final against Italy at Wembley Stadium in London. Andrew Clay offers his analysis.
The government may tighten Covid-19 rules around wearing masks and face coverings and the use of the NZ Covid Tracer. Research New Zealand has measured New Zealanders' attitudes and Emanuel Kalafatelis joins to discuss.
New Zealander Rachel Scott signed on to undertake a United Nations mission in Haiti, but never imagined within 24 hours of touching down, the country's president, Jovenel Moïse, would be assassinated at his home.
This week Sammy is lucky enough to be joined over zoom dot com to discuss some very weird online confessions. Follow Ben Lee: @benleemusic Tickets to the Confessions 3rd Birthday Live Show: comedyrepublic.com.au Follow Confessions on instagram and facebook: @confessionsoftheidiots Follow Sammy on instagram: @sampetersen91 Follow Sammy on twitter: @…
Nnew research out of the University of Oxford shows that quitting maths at age 16 may have an adverse effect on brain development. Professor Roi Cohen Kadosh is the senior author of the study.
By this time next year we would have already celebrated our very first Matariki holiday in New Zealand. Stardome astronomy educator and astro-photographer Josh Kirkley joins the show to discuss the significance of Matariki.
No generation has loved animals more than us. However, no generation has kept more animals in factory farms, or pushed more of them towards extinction, writes Henry Mance in his new book, How to Love Animals in a Human-Shaped World.
Football anthems are back in our consciousness thanks to Euro 2020 currently being held across the continent. Paul Carr is a Professor in Popular Music Analysis at the University of South Wales. He explains what makes a great anthem.
Consisting of three of New Zealand's finest songbirds, Jackie Clarke, Tina Cross and Suzanne Lynch, The Lady Killers are celebrating their sweet 16th and also releasing a new single to coincide with their birthday bash, Just One Look.
New Zealander Carla-Maria Lawson has overseen numerous large television productions such as Masterchef and The Graham Norton Show but her most recent hit is The Repair Shop, which she refers to as her "television baby".
Rebecca Kennedy splits her time between Hong Kong and Macau, but over the past 12 months she's been more or less stuck in the latter location due to the restrictions imposed because of Covid-19. She's Calling Home this morning.
This week Sammy is joined by the great Mark Humphries to discuss confessions, both at one stage doing a performance based on Bert Newton, the Howard Government and so much less! Enjoy! Follow Mark on twitter: @MarkHumphries Follow Mark on instagram: @HumphriesMark Follow Confessions on instagram & facebook: @confessionsoftheidiots Follow Sammy on i…