In this “unashamedly homegrown” podcast we tell the story of our islands from the time before people arrived all the way up to the year 2000. Winner of the bronze award for Best Indie Podcast in the NZ Podcast Awards 2021.
The story of New Zealand and its people from its geological origins to modern day, hosted by William Ray, Māni Dunlop & Leigh-Marama McLachlan, with animation by Chris Maguren.
Ross Karl, Bryn Hall and James Parsons host a weekly chat about all things New Zealand rugby, from Super Rugby Pacific, the All Blacks, Bunnings NPC, Farah Palmer Cup, and Super Rugby Aupiki, the team have you covered with unique insight from current pros still in the game. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Settling in a new city can raise a lot of questions. How does the bus service work? Can I join the local library? Where do I go to get advice on renting a home? Tune in on the 2nd Wednesday at 8.30pm as the team from Citizens Advice Bureau bring you all the latest news and information of special interest to new migrants settling in Dunedin. Supported by OAR FM Dunedin's Connecting Cultures Zone.
Christopher Carroll is the presenter of Audacious Aotearoa, a thoughtful podcast about international events impacting New Zealand and the world.
Being young in Aotearoa New Zealand can come with some big challenges. The Hear Me See Me podcast aims to shine a light on these. We hear from young people about what they’ve faced, and how they’ve gotten through. By chatting to young people about their challenges, hopes and dreams, we learn that we can all do something, no matter how small to, contribute to their wellbeing.
Hearing from people who create, care for and treasure tracks and trails in Aotearoa
Podcast by Aotearoa Creative
Aotearoa Unearthed: Archaeology for Everyone is a new podcast by Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga, produced in partnership with the New Zealand Archaeology Association. Eight episodes are being released for Archaeology Week 2021.
Welcome to Sight Unseen Aotearoa. Everyday Kiwis with failing eyesight will be discussing the challenges of living active, independent lives in the community. They’ll share with us the information, support and practical know-how.
A podcast that celebrates the outdoor community and wilderness areas of Aotearoa New Zealand. Get to know a diverse range of Kiwis as we cover themes linked to adventure, wellbeing, conservation and the professional outdoor scene in New Zealand. Hosted by Dulkara Martig. Sponsored by Federated Mountain Clubs of New Zealand.
Welcome to Emerging Aotearoa. Bringing you short stories, poetry, music and more from emerging artists in Aotearoa. Tales to warm your heart, chill you to the bone or bring a new perspective.
Eight Massey University students from the class Creativity in the Community are making the most of lockdown by turning our #climatechangetheatreaction performances into podcasts.
Welcome to Teaching Today where we speak with experts from the education sector - tune in for discussion and insight. It’s a podcast about teachers, with teachers and for teachers.
After another exciting week of rugby and the World Rugby awards, the Aotearoa lads give their reactions to what's been going on. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ali's story highlights the importance of community support when you need it most. When Ali found out she was pregnant, her local teen parent unit provided a safe space, connection with other young mums and mums-to-be as well as mentors ready with the tools and encouragement she so needed. This, combined with the love and support from her parents, b…
I am currently writing the next set of episodes so to tide you over for the next wee while I invited some more guests to come and play a fun little gameshow with me! This time we are celebrating the history podcast community that helped HANZ to where it is today. Check out the website and shownotes! Sarah is from Rejects and Revolutionaries Roberto…
The Buses - How it all Works - Everything you need to know about the bus service - how to pay, the bee card system, how to find your route and bus stop, getting on and off the bus, what you can and can't take on the bus, code of conduct, situations that may affect the bus service. Guest Doug Rodgers ORC.…
Ross Karl, Bryn Hall and James Parsons take us through the week that was in New Zealand rugby. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Catch up on all the latest New Zealand rugby chat with Ross Karl, Bryn Hall and James Parsons as the ABs XV and All Blacks Northern Tour gets off to a flyer, and the Black Ferns prepare to face England in Rugby World Cup 2021 final. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We made it! Triple digits! To celebrate this amazing occasion I got some of my podcast friends to come on and play a little history themed gameshow with me! Based on the CollegeHumour game Um, Actually? (which I have renamed Bulls**t!), I give the players a NZ history related statement that has something false about and they have to guess what it i…
The Aotearoa Rugby Show is back with Ross Karl, James Parsons and Bryn Hall as the team discusses the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals, Scotland vs Australia and the ramping up of the Autumn Nations Series! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The audio only podcast version of The Aotearoa History Show is releasing soon! Our first episode will go live on 7 November 2022.
The Aotearoa Rugby Pod is back with James Parsons, Bryn Hall and Ross Karl as the group discuss the Rugby World Cup and the progress of the Black Ferns. They also look at the upcoming match between the All Blacks and Japan as well as the Super Rugby season. The group ask, who will be the next superstars in the season. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com…
It's that time of year again! The Forest and Bird competition to see who is Aotearoa's Bird of the Year is back on! Every year I pick a native or endemic bird to talk about to teach you about some of the weird and wonderful birds we have. This year I chose the mātātā or fernbird! Check out the website and shownotes! You can vote in the Bird of the …
The Aotearoa Rugby Podcast is back with Ross Karl, James Parsons, and Bryn Hall as they are joined by Shaun Stevenson in a groundbreaking interview. The New Zealand rugby star opens up about missing out on selection for the All Blacks XV and his future in the sport. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
The Aotearoa rugby podcast is back with James Parsons, Ross Karl and Bryn Hall as they discuss the Women's Rugby World Cup and New Zealand rugby naming their squad to tour Europe. They will play England rugby, Scotland, Wales and Japan. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Legal Aid System in NZ - Adam Siwerski, an approved legal aid provider for employment matters at Wilkenson Rodgers and a former volunteer at Citizens Advice Bureau here in Ōtepoti | Dunedin shares information about the legal aid system.
We tell the story of Tāwhaki, a fairly famous demi-god like figure in Te Ao Māori. In this episode we have two stories. In the first he gets mugged and then does a Noah in retaliation and in the second he goes searching for his parents and murders a bunch of fish in the process. Check out the website and shownotes! Become a Patron! https://www.patr…
The Aotearoa Rugby Pod is back as Ross Karl, James Parsons and Bryn Hall speak to Ben O'Keeffe about the pressure referees are facing in rugby. The panel also look ahead to the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr Glenn Colquhoun, youth doctor and poet, reads his poem 'Heart Murmurs' from his collection Letters to Young People.द्वारा Hear Me See Me
Dr Glenn Colquhoun, youth doctor and poet, reads his poem 'The Far Paddock' from his collection Letters to Young People.द्वारा Hear Me See Me
Dr Glenn Colquhoun, youth doctor and poet, reads his poem 'One Minute Twenty-seven Seconds' from his collection Letters to Young People.द्वारा Hear Me See Me
Dr Glenn Colquhoun, youth doctor and poet, talks about how he got into writing poetry, how his love for poetry shapes his worldview and how it shapes his medical practice.द्वारा Hear Me See Me
Dr Glenn Colquhoun, youth doctor and poet, talks about building strong relationships with young people, and gives advice for how to talk about tricky subjects.द्वारा Hear Me See Me
Dr Glenn Colquhoun, poet and youth GP, talks about working closely with young people who are experiencing mental health difficulties.द्वारा Hear Me See Me
New Zealand has had some big ambitions in the Pacific and mixed relations with our neighbours.
The Aotearoa rugby podcast is back as the boys review the All Blacks beating New Zealand to the Rugby Championship title. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In our final addendum to the Speight's episodes, we talk about the West Coast Beer Boycott which we had to skip over but is actually a really great story pitting the strong unions against an association of pubs. All over a one penny increase in the price of beer. Check out the website and shownotes! Become a Patron! https://www.patreon.com/historya…
Why isn’t New Zealand part of Australia? | The Aotearoa History Show | RNZ
Wallabies rugby legend Will Genia gave us his take on the controversial end to Australia vs New Zealand in The Rugby Championship last Thursday. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We all know New Zealand was the first country in the world where women could vote. But do you know how we got there? The path to suffrage is littered with alcohol, hidden heroes & dirty tricks
Bella, a rangatahi from Huntly College, reads her poem 'Repeat' and talks about some of her favourite books.द्वारा Hear Me See Me
Andy Mackenzie Everitt - Advisor @ Emergency Management Otago | Te Rākau Whakamarumaru Ōtākou. What the Dunedin City and Otago catchment and geography is like and what this means for emergency management and potential isolation of communities in an emergency. Hazards: Earthquakes, Flooding, Vegetation fire, Landslides, Tsunami - how to prepare for …
The Aotearoa Rugby Pod is back as Bryn Hall, James Parsons and Ross Karl discuss the upcoming Bledisloe Cup contest between New Zealand and Australia. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today we talk about what has probably had the biggest impact on Aotearoa's drinking culture, the (sometimes) legally enforced six o'clock closing time for pubs that went from 1918-1967. However you may know it by its more colloquial name that came about due to the rush of drinking it encouraged for those who finished work at 5pm, the six o'clock sw…
New Zealanders like to think we have a “Number 8 Wire Mentality” - a rough and ready enthusiasm for fixing and building stuff with limited resources.
The Aoteraoa Rugby Pod is back to review the latest goings on in The Rugby Championship. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.