Overheid – Nieuw-Zeeland – Nieuwe podcasts

  • The Bad Face Consulting Podcast covers news and events from around Indian Country. Created by Oglala Lakota citizen and award-winning journalist Brandon Ecoffey and his childhood friend Ray Rowland, the show provides an honest look at difficult issues facing tribal-nations in North America. This innovative podcast features interviews with some of the biggest influencers from the Native American community and prides itself on its authentic reservation-based commentary that cannot be found anywhere else. Instagram: @badfacemedia

  • Harold was born and raised in the southern province of Zambia. His mother was just 14 years old, and his father was nineteen when he was born. His grandparents, who lived in a small village, took over the parenting role immediately after he was weaned.

    Harold's upbringing was a struggle; he describes it as "natural military training." Things got worse after his grandparents died, and he moved from one home to another, sometimes walking in the dark, not knowing where to spend the night. While experiencing a tough life, not having a fixed abode, occasionally being homeless, and struggling to find food, Harold only had one goal: to complete his education and get a job. He needed a place to call home and food, but finding school fees was another huge challenge. Amidst all life's challenges, through resilience and the spirit of 'NEVER GIVE UP,' Harold overcame all obstacles to complete high school and pressed on to a Ph.D. level.

  • Each Tuesday we catch up with Community Board representatives to talk about the topics of the day, find out how you can have your say, and profile the people who are making a difference in their communities.

    Included in this OARsome Morning Show segment are: Otago Peninsula Community Board, West Harbour Community Board, Waikouaiti Coast Community Board, Mosgiel Taieri Community Board and Saddle Hill Community Board.

  • This is Above Average Intelligence, a production of the DSR Network. Each week, hosts Marc Polymeropoulos and David Rothkopf are joined by leading experts from the intelligence community for expert analysis on the biggest security challenges around the world.

  • Hosted by Harford County Sheriff, Jeff Gahler, "Into the Sheriff's Spotlight" aims to enlighten and engage viewers by delving into the realms of government affairs, current events, and true crime cases. With featured guests contributing their expertise, the show keeps audiences informed on critical matters impacting society, offering valuable insights and thought-provoking discussions. Join us for an informative and captivating exploration of the topics that shape our world.

  • Lee Strubinger, SDPB’s Politics & Public Policy Reporter, chronicles the story of former South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg. Follow the story from after Ravnsborg struck and killed pedestrian Joe Boever in September 2020 to his impeachment and removal from office in 2022.

  • NON-PROFIT CHARITY:501(c)3- ANYTHING and EVERYTHING WAC. We aim to empower women, discuss and break gender norms, address society injustices in order to enhance awareness and advocate for mental health. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/womensadvocacyclub/support

  • Malayalam presents two weekly programmes. Hear Friday's episode for original dramas, stories and Malayalam music, and tune in Sundays for interviews with Malayalis in Auckland.

  • Although no longer farming, Neville Wallace still has a keen interest in agricultural production and environmental protection. With unerring skill, he unravels confusion by bringing in the sharp shooters with the real information. His shotgun riders includ

  • In dozens of provocative essays published on his Substack and cross-posted here, Brink Lindsey has explored what John Maynard Keynes called humanity’s “permanent problem:” the quest to “live wisely and agreeably and well” with the vast resources and powers that capitalist prosperity has bestowed upon us. That quest, unfortunately, has gone awry in the 21st century.

    In Lindsey’s analysis, capitalism is now experiencing a “triple crisis”: a crisis of dynamism, as economic and technological progress had slowed; a crisis of inclusion, as a deep new class divide has opened up along educational lines; and a crisis of politics, our best hope for addressing the other two crises, as the values, norms, and institutions of liberal democracy are now embattled around the world.

    Beginning in January 2024, Lindsey started the Permanent Problem podcast to supplement his ongoing essay series. The podcast focuses on capitalism’s triple crisis – and especially on the prospects for defusing the crisis and revitalizing social progress.

    Brink Lindsey, the podcast host, is a senior vice president at the Niskanen Center. You can access his essays on “The Permanent Problem” on his Substack and here.

    You can find all episodes of the podcast on his Substack, here, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to your podcasts.

  • All the latest on what’s happening in Dunedin, interviews with people making a difference in your community, regular feature segments, and some great music.

    Community groups, social service and health agencies, arts practitioners and other local organisations are welcome to share their stories and promote their events and initiatives on OAR FM, Dunedin's community access media platform.

  • NBS Bittersweet Podcasts is a 4 part series about inspirational people who have reconstructed their lives and responded in transformational ways following huge traumatic events.

    They are true stories that cover some serious topics that could be upsetting to some audiences.

    This series is produced by Cultural Conversations. Cultural Conversations is a community-based arts hub that facilitates opportunities for people from Nelson’s former refugee and migrant communities to share music, art and storytelling through creative programmes, workshops, and events. The primary outcome of these sessions is to enhance knowledge, awareness, and appreciation for the cultural diversity that makes up the Nelson region as well as wider Aotearoa New Zealand.

    NBS Bittersweet Podcasts will air at 9.00pm every Sunday between 3 and 24 September, 2023.

  • An informational podcast tailored to teach blockchain, cryptocurrency, and how to create decentralized legislatures and the relevant content surrounding.


  • Marvin Hubbard presents an hour of interesting and eclectic and topical radio. Marvin interviews a wide range of people from religious leaders and teachers through to ecological activists and touring musicians. Supported by the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

  • Otago Regional Council brings us up to date with management of water, land and air in our region, and promotes ways for you to have your say.

  • Join Richard Knights for a run-down of the week's local news and posts that have been sparking interest and conversation on the What's News Dunedin? online group, as well as interviews with local community superstars with interesting stories to share.

  • The Tinig Pinoy team is here for the fun, the hot news and info in the Balitang Pinoy, the buzz about our fave actors and OPM musical artists in the Pinoy Showbiz and Musikbiz segments. Requests and dedications, comment and info sharing are welcomed - [email protected]

  • The Waikato Women in Business Podcast is a collection of interviews with local women in all stages and industries of the business world. The podcast is hosted by local not-for-profit society Waikato Women in Business Inc. Which aims to connect and empower women in business within the region.

  • Wake up to eggs and toast with a side of your host Aaron starting your week off the right way - great music, latest community connections and news, and your weekly dose of banter and ten to nine love song time. The breakfast show from a chef's perspective!

    Breakfast recipes, interviews with locals on topics that directly affect the Motueka area and a section of music for the mornings to help people get up and go.

    Live from FreshFM's Motueka studio, 7.00am - 9.00am, every Monday.

  • Anne meets with new guests every Friday to give a voice and platform to those in our community.