Jesse hosts an upbeat mix of the curious and the compelling, ranging from the stories of the day to the great questions of our time.
A comedic podcast out to prove, "Everything Is Funny, Never Too Soon!"
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CBC radio host Tom Power ("q") and BGS (The Bluegrass Situation) bring you the most in-depth podcast about the origins of bluegrass ever created. Power sits down with luminaries of the genre such as Del McCoury, Ricky Skaggs, Alice Gerrard, Jesse McReynolds, Jerry Douglas and more for an intimate conversation about their origins within the world of bluegrass music. Episodes will be released bi-weekly on TheBluegrassSituation.com and wherever you get your podcasts. PRODUCED BY: Tom Power and ...
Get the latest news and interviews with the volunteer surf lifesavers who dedicate thousands of hours each year to saving lives. Join our hosts Jess, Harold, Simon and Sean as they catch-up with passionate surf lifesavers doing remarkable things. These are their stories of courage, dedication and achievement. Whether it’s a surf sports athlete competing at Ironman level, lifesavers who’ve been awarded Rescue of the Month or a bunch of excited Nippers, you can bet that our What the Surf?! tea ...
ABOUT: With over 13 years in Bangkok Thailand, Emanuel Skinner has become a household name and a house music icon locally and abroad. Originally from San Francisco and now a Phuket local sharing his vision and sound all across South East Asia . With over 20 years experience filling the best and biggest venues from Jakarta, Singapore, China, India, to South Korea, Bangladesh to Malaysia, the Maldives, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam and all over Thailand (Chang Mai, Koh Tao, Koh Samui, Phuket, Pat ...
This week builder Stan Scott joins Jesse to answer your DIY questions.
Chef, photographer and author Emma Galloway joins Jesse today to share her recipe for pea, mint and halloumi fritters.
Today reviewer Ali Ventura talks to Jesse about the latest iteration of Cruella starring Emma Stone. She's also been to see Days of the Bagnold Summer, a British coming-of-age comedy-drama film directed by The Inbetweeners star Simon Bird.
One of the country's youngest local body politicians, is a farmer, sheepdog trial champion, bull breeder and horse trainer. Farmer Heather Gee-Taylor talks to Jesse about making sure her rural community is heard in local politics.
Where's your favourite place to see a gig? It might be a stadium or even a paddock. But kiwi promoter and producer Jamie Macphail is a big believer in a more intimate space.
Apparently it's not as hard as you would expect to masquarade as a New Zealand company from a lot of places around the world. Ben Kepes, who's a Christchurch based investor and entrepreneur explains it all to Jesse.
The end of the super rugby trans-Tasman final is going to be played at Eden Park tomorrow night. Two New Zealand teams are in the finals, the Blues vs Highlanders. Jesse speaks to speaks to Sky Sports commentator Kirsty Stanway.
Today Mary Holm talks to Jesse about Kiwisaver for all non-employees of all ages.
This week's NZ Screen History looks back at one of New Zealand's most beloved quiz shows. Sale of the Century ran for more than 1000 episodes and gave away countless prizes including cars!
At this year's Field Days the Prototype category of the Innovation Awards has three rather striking robots in it from the University of Waikato's mechanatronics lab!
In an article for the North and South, journalist Anna Rawhiti-Connell has taken a close look at the tradition of women taking their husbands' surnames when they get married.
A report given to Wellington City Councilors last week reveals that the council will be watering down it's proposed spatial plan. Jesse speaks to Eleanor West from Wellington advocacy group A City for People.
Numbers of long Covid patients are growing worldwide. This chronic, multi system illness appears to share many symptoms with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS). A biochemistry lab group in the University of Otago are investigating whether they share the same patterns of change at a cellular level too. Claire Concannon finds…
30 is not the new 20. Our twenties are the most transformative period in our lives says psychologist Dr Meg Jay. She explains to Jesse how her clients and work have led her to that conclusion.
Does it really matter how you spend your 20s? If you treat the decade as "developmental downtime" you're missing an opportunity to get a head start at life, argues Dr Meg Jay, author of the groundbreaking book The Defining Decade.
RNZ's Paul Bushnell has been listening to podcasts that he feels really demand your attention. He joins Jesse to discuss Tumanbay and The Cipher, both made by the BBC.
It's been a big year for the team at Nourish Ōraka in the Ōtautahi suburb of Shirley. Bec Roper-Gee from Nourish Ōraka joins Jesse to explain how they've provided over 10 thousand school lunches.
Well, time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana. We were talking about storing fruit on Monday and lots of people had question about fruit flies. Who better to answer them than bug man, entomologist and naturalist Ruud Kleinpaste.
It's unclear where the next America's Cup regatta will be held, but all signs so far from Team New Zealand are that it won't be in Auckland again. Richard Gladwell is the New Zealand Editor for Sail-World.com.. he talks to Jesse.
Three brothers from West Virginia are the Godfathers of the podcasting world. The McElroy brothers started with a comedy advice podcast, answering questions like: Can you shower with a parakeet? Justin McElroy talks to Jesse.
Claire Mabey reviews The Believer by Sarah Krastnostein, Rangikura by Tayi Tibble, The Mirror and the Palette by Jenny Higgie, and Unsettled Ground by Claire Fuller.
For today's how to write session, we're joined by award winning horror author Lee Murray.
After a year of uncertainty, the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of the La Biennale di Venezia in 2021 has opened, featuring an installation from UoA's Auckland's School of Architecture and Planning.
Wellington currently doesn't have an airport bus service. it had one for twenty years but NZ Bus Terminated the service in November 2020. New Zealand Herald Wellington Issues reporter Georgina Campbell talks to Jesse.