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Lloyd Spencer Davis, Professor of Science Communication

Professor Lloyd Spencer Davis is an internationally recognised scientist, as well as an award-winning author and filmmaker. Currently the inaugural Stuart Professor of Science Communication at the University of Otago.

Professor Lloyd Spencer Davis is an internationally recognised scientist, as well as an award-winning author and filmmaker. Currently the inaugural Stuart Professor of Science Communication at the University of Otago.

DJ Sire-Vere, iconic NZ hip hop pioneer

DJ Sir-Vere is a NZ Hip-Hop pioneer. With multiple industry awards on both sides of the ditch, and credit for helping launch the likes of Scribe, Savage and P-Money, Sir-vere is back and launching his new podcast Aotearoa Hip Hop this Friday on ROVA.

DJ Sir-Vere is a NZ Hip-Hop pioneer. With multiple industry awards on both sides of the ditch, and credit for helping launch the likes of Scribe, Savage and P-Money, Sir-vere is back and launching his new podcast Aotearoa Hip Hop this Friday on ROVA.

Chris Huriwai, activist and ‘Milked’ documentarian

Chris Huriwai travels the country searching for the truth about how this source of national pride has become the nation’s biggest threat.

Chris Huriwai travels the country searching for the truth about how this source of national pride has become the nation’s biggest threat.

Dan Goodwin collapsing the conventional and how "psychosis is a lot like love"

Performance poet and writer Dan Goodwin was halfway through his studies at London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts when he was mugged in a park. Afterwards, he experienced psychosis for the first time.

Performance poet and writer Dan Goodwin was halfway through his studies at London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts when he was mugged in a park. Afterwards, he experienced psychosis for the first time.

Jan Oliver Lucks, director of HBO Max's "There is no 'I' in Threesome"

Award winning filmmaker Jan Oliver “Ollie” Lucks joins us to talk about his latest NZIFF documentary ‘There is no I in Threesome’.

Award winning filmmaker Jan Oliver “Ollie” Lucks joins us to talk about his latest NZIFF documentary ‘There is no I in Threesome’.

David Downs on his "A Mild Touch of Cancer" documentary and CAR T-Cell therapy

David was given less than a year to live but managed to beat cancer in a remarkable series of lucky breaks leading to a clinical trial in the US. David’s story was documented on Stuff.co.nz and is now part of the NZ International Film Festival.

David was given less than a year to live but managed to beat cancer in a remarkable series of lucky breaks leading to a clinical trial in the US. David’s story was documented on Stuff.co.nz and is now part of the NZ International Film Festival.

Peter Wolfkamp, builder, broadcaster and the site foreman on The Block

Peter Wolfkamp is a builder, a broadcaster and the site foreman on TV3’s The Block. Pete and Pat talk over much to do with building, Pete’s career, The Block and the rights of people to have affordable, quality housing.

Peter Wolfkamp is a builder, a broadcaster and the site foreman on TV3’s The Block. Pete and Pat talk over much to do with building, Pete’s career, The Block and the rights of people to have affordable, quality housing.

Kaylee Bell, award winning musician and face of NZ music on Spotify

Kaylee Bell is a NZ award winning musician who performs with Keith Urban and has opened for The Dixie Chicks and Morgan Evans amongst others.

Kaylee Bell is a NZ award winning musician who performs with Keith Urban and has opened for The Dixie Chicks and Morgan Evans amongst others.

Ruby Tui, Rugby Sevens Gold Medalist and Internet Sensation

Ruby Tui is an Olympic Gold Medalist, and professional rugby player for the NZ Rugby Sevens team. Ruby shot to international fame when a BBC interview went viral with the world loving Ruby's relaxed nature, humorous and 'kiwi' responses

Ruby Tui is an Olympic Gold Medalist, and professional rugby player for the NZ Rugby Sevens team. Ruby shot to international fame when a BBC interview went viral with the world loving Ruby's relaxed nature, humorous and 'kiwi' responses

Tom Sainsbury, comedian and Snapchat dude

Tom Sainsbury, aka “Snapchat dude”, is a comedian, actor and writer known for his hilarious Snapchat impressions of people, including of former MP Paula Bennett with whom he now works on TVNZ's new game show, Give Us a Clue.

Tom Sainsbury, aka “Snapchat dude”, is a comedian, actor and writer known for his hilarious Snapchat impressions of people, including of former MP Paula Bennett with whom he now works on TVNZ's new game show, Give Us a Clue.

Anthony Powell, Antarctic documentary film maker

Anthony Powell has worked in Antarctica for 10 years of his life. Over that time he documented life on the frozen continent eventually turning the footage into his award winning film "Antarctica: A Year on Ice” (currently available on Amazon Prime).

Anthony Powell has worked in Antarctica for 10 years of his life. Over that time he documented life on the frozen continent eventually turning the footage into his award winning film "Antarctica: A Year on Ice” (currently available on Amazon Prime).

Fireside Chats with Planarwalk and Conspiracy Catz

Planarwalk and Conspiracy Catz are Youtubers who debunk conspiracy theories in an entertaining way and educate audiences with opinions and commentary around scientific issues.

Planarwalk and Conspiracy Catz are Youtubers who debunk conspiracy theories in an entertaining way and educate audiences with opinions and commentary around scientific issues.

Fireside Chats with Will Fleming

Will Fleming is a podcaster and director. In 2020 Will Fleming returned to University to study his Masters in ancient breathing techniques to reduce stress and anxiety.

Will Fleming is a podcaster and director. In 2020 Will Fleming returned to University to study his Masters in ancient breathing techniques to reduce stress and anxiety.

Fireside Chats with Tim Batt

Comedian and podcaster Tim Batt joins us for a fireside chat. We're spending time in the evenings just hanging out and chilling. Come join us for a chat, interact with us via chat, and spend some time taking your mind off the Lockdown.

Comedian and podcaster Tim Batt joins us for a fireside chat. We're spending time in the evenings just hanging out and chilling. Come join us for a chat, interact with us via chat, and spend some time taking your mind off the Lockdown.

Fireside Chats with Frank Ritchie

Media Chaplain Frank Ritchie who is a "lover of good conversation that gets past the small talk" joins us tonight to chat by the fireside. Join us and participate in the chat

Media Chaplain Frank Ritchie who is a "lover of good conversation that gets past the small talk" joins us tonight to chat by the fireside. Join us and participate in the chat

Fireside Chats with Marama Davidson

Co-leader of the Greens, Marama Davidson, joins Pat on the very first 'Fireside Chat'. A place where people can chat, gather, ask questions, keep each other company, and chill in these trying times.

Co-leader of the Greens, Marama Davidson, joins Pat on the very first 'Fireside Chat'. A place where people can chat, gather, ask questions, keep each other company, and chill in these trying times.

Mike Minogue, actor in Wellington Paranormal and producer of Coming Home in the Dark

Mike Minogue is an actor. He plays Officer Minogue in Wellington Paranormal, you’ve also see Mike in What we do in the Shadows and Hunt for the Wilderpeople and producing thriller/horror Coming Home in the Dark which is in cinemas now

Mike Minogue is an actor. He plays Officer Minogue in Wellington Paranormal, you’ve also see Mike in What we do in the Shadows and Hunt for the Wilderpeople and producing thriller/horror Coming Home in the Dark which is in cinemas now

Emma Twigg, 2020 Olympic rowing gold medalist

Emma Twigg is a four times New Zealand Olympic rower and former World Champion. At the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics, Twigg won gold in the woman's single scull. Emma joins us from MIQ in Christchurch.

Emma Twigg is a four times New Zealand Olympic rower and former World Champion. At the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics, Twigg won gold in the woman's single scull. Emma joins us from MIQ in Christchurch.

Sarah Hirini, 2020 Olympic Gold medalist

Sarah Hirini is the captain of the Tokyo 2020 Black Ferns Sevens gold medal winning team. Sarah joins us from MIQ to talk Olympics, rugby and her mum sitting in the stands to watch them win gold

Sarah Hirini is the captain of the Tokyo 2020 Black Ferns Sevens gold medal winning team. Sarah joins us from MIQ to talk Olympics, rugby and her mum sitting in the stands to watch them win gold

Eric Murray, Double Olympic Gold medalist

Eric Murray is a two-time Olympic Champion having won gold in the coxless pair with crewmate Hamish Bond at both the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The pair formed what would become the most successful combinations in rowing history

Eric Murray is a two-time Olympic Champion having won gold in the coxless pair with crewmate Hamish Bond at both the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The pair formed what would become the most successful combinations in rowing history

Rebekah Campbell, author of 138 Dates

Rebekah Campbell realised, that after 10 years of not dating, if she wanted a partner and a family that she'd have to be intentional about how to get it and start dating. 138 dates later she found what she was looking for

Rebekah Campbell realised, that after 10 years of not dating, if she wanted a partner and a family that she'd have to be intentional about how to get it and start dating. 138 dates later she found what she was looking for

Max Rashbrooke, Institute for Governance and Policy Studies at Victoria University

Max Rashbrooke’s twin research interests are economic inequality and open government. Max also works as a journalist for outlets in Britain and New Zealand including the Guardian, the Spinoff and Newsroom. He is a fortnightly columnist for Stuff

Max Rashbrooke’s twin research interests are economic inequality and open government. Max also works as a journalist for outlets in Britain and New Zealand including the Guardian, the Spinoff and Newsroom. He is a fortnightly columnist for Stuff

Ian Smith, former cricketer and broadcaster

Ian Smith is a New Zealand broadcaster and former international cricketer. In 1994 he was appointed a MBE, for services to cricket and in 2020, he was awarded the Bert Sutcliffe Medal by New Zealand Cricket for outstanding services to cricket.

Ian Smith is a New Zealand broadcaster and former international cricketer. In 1994 he was appointed a MBE, for services to cricket and in 2020, he was awarded the Bert Sutcliffe Medal by New Zealand Cricket for outstanding services to cricket.

Prof Michael Baker, Covid update

Michael Baker is a Professor in the Dept of Public Health. He’s a member of the MOH’s Covid-19 Technical Advisory Group and a leading architect of the Covid-19 elimination strategy. In 2021 he won the Prime Minister’s Science Communication Prize.

Michael Baker is a Professor in the Dept of Public Health. He’s a member of the MOH’s Covid-19 Technical Advisory Group and a leading architect of the Covid-19 elimination strategy. In 2021 he won the Prime Minister’s Science Communication Prize.

Professor Justin O'Sullivan on nature versus nuture

Professor Justin O’Sullivan is a a molecular microbiologist. Justin is trying to understand how your genetics interface with your environment through your microbiome to affect your risk of developing complex diseases.

Professor Justin O’Sullivan is a a molecular microbiologist. Justin is trying to understand how your genetics interface with your environment through your microbiome to affect your risk of developing complex diseases.

Dr Ian Griffin

Dr. Ian Griffin is an astronomer, discoverer of minor planets and a public spokesman upon scientific matters. In 2015, Griffin was awarded the New Zealand Prime Minister's Science Communication Prize for his work at Otago Museum

Dr. Ian Griffin is an astronomer, discoverer of minor planets and a public spokesman upon scientific matters. In 2015, Griffin was awarded the New Zealand Prime Minister's Science Communication Prize for his work at Otago Museum

Tim Batt, comedian

Tim Batt is an award winning comedian and podcaster. His podcast, "The Worst Idea of All Time", is co-hosted with Guy Montgomery where they watch and review the same terrible film every week for a year.

Tim Batt is an award winning comedian and podcaster. His podcast, "The Worst Idea of All Time", is co-hosted with Guy Montgomery where they watch and review the same terrible film every week for a year.

Professor David Goldberger

Professor David Goldberger has argued twice before the U.S. Supreme Court including defending the free speech rights of Nazi's in the US to share their beliefs publicly.

Professor David Goldberger has argued twice before the U.S. Supreme Court including defending the free speech rights of Nazi's in the US to share their beliefs publicly.

Katy Thomas on Medical Marijuana

Katy Thomas' six-year-old son Eddy has life-threatening epilepsy, which is treated with CBD oil imported from the UK. But they've run out, and the new batch they ordered is stuck at the border.

Katy Thomas' six-year-old son Eddy has life-threatening epilepsy, which is treated with CBD oil imported from the UK. But they've run out, and the new batch they ordered is stuck at the border.

Robbie Rakete, broadcaster and 'Brown Wiggle'

Robert Rakete is a radio and television broadcaster. In 2014 he spent time in The Wiggles, as 'the brown Wiggle', a role he reprised in The Wiggles recent 30 year anniversary tour of NZ.

Robert Rakete is a radio and television broadcaster. In 2014 he spent time in The Wiggles, as 'the brown Wiggle', a role he reprised in The Wiggles recent 30 year anniversary tour of NZ.

Kim Vinnell, Al Jazeera Anchor

Kim Vinnell is a presenter for Al Jazeera English. She believes brave journalism is needed now more than ever, and has committed her career to putting truth to power and to conveying untold stories

Kim Vinnell is a presenter for Al Jazeera English. She believes brave journalism is needed now more than ever, and has committed her career to putting truth to power and to conveying untold stories

Sonia Gray, Lotto Presenter

Sonia Gray’s been presenting Lotto for 16 years. She lives in Sandringham with her husband, twin daughters and an unwelcome family of mice. Sonia also works with Spark Sport's cricket commentary team for its first season as broadcast rights holder

Sonia Gray’s been presenting Lotto for 16 years. She lives in Sandringham with her husband, twin daughters and an unwelcome family of mice. Sonia also works with Spark Sport's cricket commentary team for its first season as broadcast rights holder

Rev Malcolm Gordon on Easter

Rev. Malcolm Gordon from the Presbyterian church is a musician, academic, former dreadlock wearer and good mate of the show. This episode is our Easter Special where Malcom brings a unique perspective on 'Good' Friday and the place of the church

Rev. Malcolm Gordon from the Presbyterian church is a musician, academic, former dreadlock wearer and good mate of the show. This episode is our Easter Special where Malcom brings a unique perspective on 'Good' Friday and the place of the church

Emma Ferris, Conning the con podcast

Emma Ferris was scammed of over $300,000 by someone she met, and began to date, off Tinder. She has detailed her story and the stories of others in her 'Conning the Con' podcast on all good podcast platforms

Emma Ferris was scammed of over $300,000 by someone she met, and began to date, off Tinder. She has detailed her story and the stories of others in her 'Conning the Con' podcast on all good podcast platforms

Anthony Field, the Blue Wiggle

Anthony Field is an Australian musician, actor, songwriter and producer. He is best known as an original member of the children's group the Wiggles, where he dons the blue skivvy, and a member of the 1980s and 1990s pop band the Cockroaches.

Anthony Field is an Australian musician, actor, songwriter and producer. He is best known as an original member of the children's group the Wiggles, where he dons the blue skivvy, and a member of the 1980s and 1990s pop band the Cockroaches.

Jimmy Neesham, professional cricketer

Jimmy Neesham, is an international cricketer, who plays all formats of the game. Jimmy was just recently signed to the Mumbai Indians in the IPL and currently is slaying Australia in the T20 series happening in NZ

Jimmy Neesham, is an international cricketer, who plays all formats of the game. Jimmy was just recently signed to the Mumbai Indians in the IPL and currently is slaying Australia in the T20 series happening in NZ

Oscar Kightley on Dawn Raid

Oscar Kightley’s latest work is directing the documentary Dawn Raid. Dawn Raid started when Andy Murane and Brotha D turned a bootleg T-shirt business and hip-hop night at a local bar in Otara into the influential Dawn Raid Entertainment empire

Oscar Kightley’s latest work is directing the documentary Dawn Raid. Dawn Raid started when Andy Murane and Brotha D turned a bootleg T-shirt business and hip-hop night at a local bar in Otara into the influential Dawn Raid Entertainment empire

Professor Ruth Ben Ghiat

Ruth Ben-Ghiat is a Professor of History and commentator on fascism, authoritarian leaders, and propaganda. Her latest book examines how authoritarians use propaganda, virility, corruption, and violence to stay in power, and how they can be opposed

Ruth Ben-Ghiat is a Professor of History and commentator on fascism, authoritarian leaders, and propaganda. Her latest book examines how authoritarians use propaganda, virility, corruption, and violence to stay in power, and how they can be opposed

Paula Penfold, investigative journalist

Paula Penfold joins us to talk about Stuff's latest documentary Emma "Emma has FAS; she was adopted from a Russian orphanage at three years old and raised in NZ. Now in her 20s, she returns to her homeland to find her family"

Paula Penfold joins us to talk about Stuff's latest documentary Emma "Emma has FAS; she was adopted from a Russian orphanage at three years old and raised in NZ. Now in her 20s, she returns to her homeland to find her family"

Emma Espiner, broadcaster, writer and Doctor

Emma Espiner is a broadcaster and political commentator. Emma is a columnist for Newsroom and hosts a podcast Getting Better for Radio New Zealand about Māori health equity. In 2020, Emma won Opinion Writer of the Year at the Voyager Media Awards

Emma Espiner is a broadcaster and political commentator. Emma is a columnist for Newsroom and hosts a podcast Getting Better for Radio New Zealand about Māori health equity. In 2020, Emma won Opinion Writer of the Year at the Voyager Media Awards

Robbie Nicol, White Man Behind a Desk

Robbie Nicol is a writer, filmmaker and presenter best known as the creator and host of the political comedy webseries White Man Behind A Desk and RNZ's The Citizen's Handbook

Robbie Nicol is a writer, filmmaker and presenter best known as the creator and host of the political comedy webseries White Man Behind A Desk and RNZ's The Citizen's Handbook

Bill O'Brien, Aramoana Massacre Anniversary

Bill O'Brien is a writer and former police officer who worked in Police communications on the day of the Aramoana Massacre. His book Aramoana: 22 Hours of Terror was the basis for the film Out of the Blue, directed by Robert Sarkies

Bill O'Brien is a writer and former police officer who worked in Police communications on the day of the Aramoana Massacre. His book Aramoana: 22 Hours of Terror was the basis for the film Out of the Blue, directed by Robert Sarkies

Keith Quinn, Sports Journalist

Keith Quinn is an author, and one of New Zealand's most experienced television sports commentators.Keith has broadcasted at 10 Commonwealth and 10 Olympic games, written 15 books and been involved with every Rugby World Cup up until 2015

Keith Quinn is an author, and one of New Zealand's most experienced television sports commentators.Keith has broadcasted at 10 Commonwealth and 10 Olympic games, written 15 books and been involved with every Rugby World Cup up until 2015

Joel Tobeck on Blacks Hands series

Joel Tobeck talks about his work on Black Hands, a biopic of David Bain and the Bain murders. This still case divides NZ. Most people either thinking David was the murderer, or his father, Robin whom Joel is portraying in this 5 part mini series

Joel Tobeck talks about his work on Black Hands, a biopic of David Bain and the Bain murders. This still case divides NZ. Most people either thinking David was the murderer, or his father, Robin whom Joel is portraying in this 5 part mini series

Professor Stephan Lewandowsky on conspiracy theories

Professor Stephan Lewandowsky is a psychologist based at the University of Bristol. His research recently has focused on the public's understanding of science and why people often embrace beliefs that are sharply at odds with scientific evidence

Professor Stephan Lewandowsky is a psychologist based at the University of Bristol. His research recently has focused on the public's understanding of science and why people often embrace beliefs that are sharply at odds with scientific evidence

Leighton 'Unlce Tics" Clarke

Uncle Tics shot to fame during the Covid-19 lockdown period through his TikTok channel. The channel now boasts over 1 million followers. Leighton is an advocate for Tourettes in New Zealand and also suffers from the syndrome himself

Uncle Tics shot to fame during the Covid-19 lockdown period through his TikTok channel. The channel now boasts over 1 million followers. Leighton is an advocate for Tourettes in New Zealand and also suffers from the syndrome himself

Suzy Cato, legendary children's entertainer

Suzy Cato is a New Zealand children's entertainer. She is best known as the host of several New Zealand children's television programmes, most notably Suzy's World and You and Me.

Suzy Cato is a New Zealand children's entertainer. She is best known as the host of several New Zealand children's television programmes, most notably Suzy's World and You and Me.

Rob Fyfe, former CEO of Air NZ

Rob Fyfe is the former chief executive officer of New Zealand national airline Air NZ. In late March 2020, he was appointed as a liaison between government and the private sector for the extent of the Covid-19 crisis

Rob Fyfe is the former chief executive officer of New Zealand national airline Air NZ. In late March 2020, he was appointed as a liaison between government and the private sector for the extent of the Covid-19 crisis

Mark Hadlow, actor and entertainer

Mark Hadlow is one of New Zealand’s best-known actors. He has performed in countless theatre shows and made dozens of film appearances, several television series, commercials and radio voiceovers in the thousands

Mark Hadlow is one of New Zealand’s best-known actors. He has performed in countless theatre shows and made dozens of film appearances, several television series, commercials and radio voiceovers in the thousands

Dr Mahdis Azarmandi, why black lives matter

Dr Azarmandi's Doctoral thesis looked at anti-racism and colonial amnesia in Aotearoa New Zealand and Spain. She recently penned an opinion piece entitled “Why solidarity, anti-racism and black lives matter”

Dr Azarmandi's Doctoral thesis looked at anti-racism and colonial amnesia in Aotearoa New Zealand and Spain. She recently penned an opinion piece entitled “Why solidarity, anti-racism and black lives matter”

Mark Sargent, Flat Earth Daddy

In 2014, Mark Sargent looked into “Flat Earth Theory”, and through extensive research, discovered that it wasn’t so laughable after all. Mark is the best-known 'flat earther' on the globe and he and Pat sit down to try to prove the flat earth

In 2014, Mark Sargent looked into “Flat Earth Theory”, and through extensive research, discovered that it wasn’t so laughable after all. Mark is the best-known 'flat earther' on the globe and he and Pat sit down to try to prove the flat earth

Jeremy Corbett, comedian and television personality

Jeremy Corbett is a comedian, author, radio, television host and columnist. He currently appears on The Project as well as hosting comedy panel show 7 Days. He is a well known New Zealand comedian and has appeared at numerous comedy festivals

Jeremy Corbett is a comedian, author, radio, television host and columnist. He currently appears on The Project as well as hosting comedy panel show 7 Days. He is a well known New Zealand comedian and has appeared at numerous comedy festivals

Te Radar, comedian and television personality

With a string of more official awards to his name, including the country’s highest accolades for comedy and television, Te Radar is one of New Zealand’s most recognised comedians and personalities

With a string of more official awards to his name, including the country’s highest accolades for comedy and television, Te Radar is one of New Zealand’s most recognised comedians and personalities

Anna Fifield, Washington Post Beijing bureau chief

Anna Fifield is the Beijing bureau chief for the Washington Post, covering all aspects of greater China. Anna was also the Post's bureau chief in Tokyo between 2014 and 2018, focusing on Japan and the Koreas

Anna Fifield is the Beijing bureau chief for the Washington Post, covering all aspects of greater China. Anna was also the Post's bureau chief in Tokyo between 2014 and 2018, focusing on Japan and the Koreas

Tim Batt, LSD, Porn & the Coronavirus

Tim Batt a self-described “New Zealand-based comedy boy”, he’s a comedian, a podcaster, a TV host, a TV producer and more and we’re looking forward to having him in studio to talk about life, the universe and everything else

Tim Batt a self-described “New Zealand-based comedy boy”, he’s a comedian, a podcaster, a TV host, a TV producer and more and we’re looking forward to having him in studio to talk about life, the universe and everything else

Jon Toogood, Guns, Voting and Shihad!

Jon Toogood is an iconic NZ musician. The frontman of Shihad since 1988, Jon has been a staple of NZ cultural conversations for over 30 years.

Jon Toogood is an iconic NZ musician. The frontman of Shihad since 1988, Jon has been a staple of NZ cultural conversations for over 30 years.

Ian Smith, Pākehā Settlements in a Māori World

Ian Smith is an Honorary Associate Professor in the Archaeology Programme at the University of Otago. Ian has just released his book Pākehā Settlements in a Māori World.

Ian Smith is an Honorary Associate Professor in the Archaeology Programme at the University of Otago. Ian has just released his book Pākehā Settlements in a Māori World.

Dai Henwood, NZs favourite comedian

One of New Zealand's most recognisable faces, Dai Henwood, joins us in our Dunedin studio to chat with Pat about life, the universe and everything.

One of New Zealand's most recognisable faces, Dai Henwood, joins us in our Dunedin studio to chat with Pat about life, the universe and everything.

Emily Writes, transgender rights and racism

Lots of talk about gender, interesting opinions on people in society often taken advantage of, experiencing ASMR for the first time and more. A lively chat with Lake Wakatipu in the background live from The Rees Hotel, Queenstown

Lots of talk about gender, interesting opinions on people in society often taken advantage of, experiencing ASMR for the first time and more. A lively chat with Lake Wakatipu in the background live from The Rees Hotel, Queenstown

Joy Cowley on writing and spirituality

A prolific writer of over 1000 books Joy Cowley stopped in to talk about all sorts of things from her writing, to her compatriots to her spiritual beliefs.

A prolific writer of over 1000 books Joy Cowley stopped in to talk about all sorts of things from her writing, to her compatriots to her spiritual beliefs.

Christian Picciolini, former White Supremacist

Christian Picciolini, a former prominent white supremacist, runs Free Radicals Project a global, multidisciplinary extremism and violence prevention, intervention, and disengagement platform and practice.

Christian Picciolini, a former prominent white supremacist, runs Free Radicals Project a global, multidisciplinary extremism and violence prevention, intervention, and disengagement platform and practice.

Miriam Lancewood, the female Bear Grylls

Billed as ‘the female Bear Grylls’, Miriam Lancewood quit modern comforts and the teaching profession to embrace an off-grid, primitive life. What began as a year-long experiment, with her Kiwi husband Peter, is now a fulfilling nomadic lifestyle

Billed as ‘the female Bear Grylls’, Miriam Lancewood quit modern comforts and the teaching profession to embrace an off-grid, primitive life. What began as a year-long experiment, with her Kiwi husband Peter, is now a fulfilling nomadic lifestyle

Julia Parnell, filmaker and director

Julia Parnell is a filmmaker and director of The Chills Film, The Triumph & Tragedy of Martin Phillipps The doco is not just a look into the Dunedin Sound and The Chills, but at life, hope, regret, health and a life lived by one of NZ's iconic music

Julia Parnell is a filmmaker and director of The Chills Film, The Triumph & Tragedy of Martin Phillipps The doco is not just a look into the Dunedin Sound and The Chills, but at life, hope, regret, health and a life lived by one of NZ's iconic music

Prof. Mark Kelly on words, meanings & Trump

Mark is in the Arts Faculty at WSU and is an ARC Future Fellow on the project ‘The invention of norms: how ethics, law, and the life sciences shape our social selves’ Mark is also the Treasurer of the Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy

Mark is in the Arts Faculty at WSU and is an ARC Future Fellow on the project ‘The invention of norms: how ethics, law, and the life sciences shape our social selves’ Mark is also the Treasurer of the Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy

Katy Thomas on medical marijuana

You may know Katy from her blog, Well Fit Mum Blog by Katy Thomas but we first learned about her story of how she gives her son cannabis Katy came down from Auckland to see us in Dunedin especially for the podcast to share her experiences

You may know Katy from her blog, Well Fit Mum Blog by Katy Thomas but we first learned about her story of how she gives her son cannabis Katy came down from Auckland to see us in Dunedin especially for the podcast to share her experiences

Dr. Janine Winters on euthanasia legislation

Dr Janine Winter is a University of Otago bioethics researcher and palliative care physician. In 2018, Dr Winters made a submission to David Seymour's 'End of Life Choice Bill' where she stated it was "terrible" with "terminal flaws"

Dr Janine Winter is a University of Otago bioethics researcher and palliative care physician. In 2018, Dr Winters made a submission to David Seymour's 'End of Life Choice Bill' where she stated it was "terrible" with "terminal flaws"