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Your weekly music culture podcast. Host Mikey Cahill is joined by fellow seasoned music writers Marcus Teague and Sose Fuamoli to talk all things music culture. Trends, buzz, hype and the juiciest goss with a special correspondent each week. Find a new friend in Hit Different! More information here - Hit Different on Mushroom.com Credits Producer - Courtney Carthy, Mushroom Group Theme Music - Mark D'Angelo, The Backlot Studios Artwork and web design - Mushroom Creative House Recorded in the ...
 
180 Grams: the stories behind remarkable albums. 180 Grams? The weight of a collector's edition vinyl record. We'll take you right into the process of albums you love, as told by the key players. The studio bickering, main stage triumphs, tense late night phone calls and sold out launches. It's an Access All Areas listening experience that pulls apart how records are conceived, born and grow up in public, from the early demos to the risky creative decisions right up to the finished product. ...
 
If geography is destiny, there must be something special about 37 degrees latitude. At 37˚S, you’ll find Melbourne, Australia; at 37˚N, you’ll find Silicon Valley (and Area 51, too 🛸). In this podcast, U.S. Consul General Michael Kleine meets the Australian founders and entrepreneurs who cut a path between 37˚ N & S and found capital, partners, markets and success in the United States. Michael is a career Foreign Service Officer currently serving as U.S. Consul General in Melbourne. As a fai ...
 
The Professionally Cannabis & Psychedelics Podcast is for Entrepreneurs, Connoisseurs and those interested in the business, science and politics of plant medicine. Each episode, your intrepid and handsome hosts (Oscar & Jonny) lead exclusive interviews with true industry pioneers within global cannabis and psychedelics. These candid conversations give listeners an insight into the newest industry innovations, and the fantastic minds driving these forward. If you're interested in these high g ...
 
Welcome to the Payday With Rayray Podcast - hosted by Rachel Bell, a 24-year old serial entrepreneur who has built multiple 7-figure businesses using the power of social media marketing. On this podcast, you'll be given a collection of Rachel's best trainings so you can start, grow, and scale your business. If you're a coach, consultant, or service-provider online... Get ready to make everyday your PAYDAY!
 
Essential Ingredients powered by NextGenChef is an Online podcast, launched by Justine Reichman a socially minded Founder, Connector and Philanthropist. This podcast features a multi-generational group of startup founders, thought leaders and change makers who discuss the importance of building businesses from concept to purpose that directly align to your purpose and mission and support a regenerative future for and from people to planet. Topics include “building a business to support your ...
 
Table Boys is a Podcast of 5 friends playing a tabletop RPG for the first time. We edit out dead space and dice rolls to keep the pace higher, but still things rarely come out as planned. Come listen and laugh with a group of good friends who find mocking each other more important than succeeding. Give us your feedback on twitter @table_boys
 
From current events to conspiracy theories - nothing is off limits here. Most of the time we are riffing on current events and topics we find interesting. We are no experts....just a couple guys calling it like we see it. Eric and Matt met in a local town Facebook group around the start of the hysteria that is 2020. We had so much to say and were learning so much about what's happening in the left hand while the right is dangling shiny objects at us constantly, that we wanted to share our th ...
 
From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
 
We are a group that took psychedelics in the 1960s and then formed a community of several thousand to explore how to integrate those experiences of sacredness into our everyday life. Our podcast is about psychedelic experiences that were profoundly sacred. It is about how to successfully integrate those types of experiences into everyday life with the goal of making everyday life as fulfilling and as balanced as possible. First we look at the top scientific research about why you have sacred ...
 
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Rob Knowles is an artist, organic farmer and for the last twenty-one years a member of the Motueka Men's Support Group. It's a group of guys who sit around a fire in a tipi on a Monday night, discussing relationship issues, parenting and life's struggles. Rob has an exhibition opening on September 27th at the Suter Art Gallery in Nelson, of sixteen…
 
Earlier this year, we spoke with Peter Crock, the CEO of Australian cannabis operator, Cann Group Ltd. As the first company in Australia granted a cultivation and research license for medical cannabis, Peter talks through the current state of play in the domestic market, Cann Group’s acquisitions and expansion into Europe, R&D initiatives and how t…
 
Film and TV reviewer James Croot joins Lynn to talk about the reimagined Scenes from a Marriage (Neon, SoHo), starring Jessica Chastain, Taika Waititi's new TV series Reservation Dogs (Disney+) about four teens growing up on a reservation in Oklahoma, and a reboot of popular 90s show Doogie Howser M.D - this one re-gendered and set in Hawaii - Doog…
 
Being a grandparent is a wonderful role. All care and no responsibility, as the saying goes. But these days many grandparents are involved in helping raise their grandchildren, to support working parents. Dr Tessa Grigg is the co-author of a new book for grandparents - a guide to helping bring up well rounded, emotionally balanced grandchildren - e…
 
Tech commentator Paul Matthews joins Lynn to look at Apple's recent announcement of a suite of tools to tackle child sexual abuse material on devices, and why its had to hit pause on the plans, the new report that's found New Zealand has fallen massively in global rankings for digital competitiveness and it's MÄori Language Week â€" a chance for ev…
 
After being the victim of relentless trolling by people who objected to his last book, Irish writer John Boyne has turned the tables on them in his new satirical novel, The Echo Chamber. He experienced a huge online backlash following the publication of My Brother's Name Is Jessica, which tells the story of a boy struggling to come to terms with hi…
 
UK correspondent Matthew Parris joins Lynn to talk about how England plans to tackle Covid this winter, the dinner invitation from Boris Johnson that no former PM - except Theresa May - accepted, the big jump in food prices, a ban on the Chinese ambassador visiting Parliament and plans to introduce jet-ski patrol in the English Channel for illegal …
 
I am beyond thrilled to welcome back the full Mormons on Mushrooms panel of Mike, Shelise, and Doug – yes, welcome back Doug! And yes, it is another episode where we play in the sandbox of symbols and stories and fictions that are probably a little different – or maybe very very different – from the normal symbols and stories and fictions of everyd…
 
12 year old Michelle Grace Hunder was floored by a Snoop Dogg film clip. And the rest is.... on this Bonus episode of Hit Different! Snoop's always been there but a West Coast obsession, the genre kicking off again with Kendrick Lamar, what Aussie Hip Hop can give fans and the leading ladies of contemporary hip hop culture. Check out Michelle's por…
 
Arts commentator Nina Tonga joins Lynn to talk about how galleries around the country have reopened their doors at level two - and got creative online. She'll look at Dane Mitchell's installation Post Hoc, which he reimagined as a new daily radio show, which listeners can tune into here at 5pm NZ time. Tai Moana Tai Tangata is a solo exhibition by …
 
Dimitrius Schuster-Koloamatangi plays the main role of Will Ilolahia in the The Panthers' TV show. Set in 1974, the six-part series tells the story of the activists, the Polynesian Panthers during the infamous Dawn Raid era. The Panthers is on TVNZ on demand and it has just screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, where 20 year old Dimi…
 
If the brain's 86 billion neurons were all randomly connected, the brain would have to be more than 20 kilometres wide to fit all those connections. Luckily, they're instead organised through brainscapes, or brain maps. Rebecca Schwarzlose is a cognitive neuroscientist at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri and has just published Brainscap…
 
Correspondent Karen Middleton joins Lynn to talk about the Covid divisions growing in Australia, even as vaccination rates rise. Anonymous donors have paid the legal fees of former Attorney General Christian Porter in his defamation case against the ABC over a rape allegation, Prime Minister Scott Morrison is off to meet US President Joe Biden and …
 
“Let's remember how valuable our food and our resources are, and put it all to best use for creating delicious food to feed people.” -Daniel Kurzrock Episode Description: You’re in for a yummy treat! Audience favorite Daniel Kurzrock, the Co-Founder and Chief Grain Officer/CEO of ReGrained has returned to give us an update on the new products at Re…
 
Liz talks to Lynn about ways people can avoid going into massive debt as a result of a sudden loss of income, and she has suggestions on how to quickly reduce outgoings, or find ways to increase income. Liz Koh is a financial planner and specialising in retirement planning. This discussion is of a general nature, and does not constitute financial a…
 
Himali McInnes was a GP for a decade in South Auckland, based in Mangere and now works at Three Kings. Over the years she's has seen first hand how the human spirit shines through, despite hardship, illness and trauma. Dr McInnes has spoken to other medics about the patients whose situations have stuck with them.They're captured in her book The Une…
 
Elizabeth Holmes seemingly had the world at her feet. In 2003, the 19-year-old college dropout founded Theranos, a medical technology company that promised to revolutionize health care with a device that could test for a range of conditions using just a few drops of blood from a finger prick. Holmes racked up big-name investors, forged a partnershi…
 
Kate Macdougall's memoir London's No. 1 Dog Walking Agency is an entertaining perspective on a left-field profession and a coming of age story. Armed with a degree in Art History, and eschewing a back office job at Sotheby's auction house, it tells of Kate's efforts to strike out on her own, starting up in business as a dog walker for busy Londoner…
 
Ron says the US is feeling emotionally spent after the marking of the 9/11 20th anniversary. Also there's major resistance in some quarters to vaccination mandates. And Ron talks to Lynn about pitched battles in courts over state-passed anti-Abortion laws and voting restrictions. Finally, a big pro-Trump rally is brewing for next weekend in Washing…
 
Anthropologist Bill Maurer explains the significant of the recent discovery of the oldest known Chinese metal currency unearthed at the site of a foundary in the ancient city of Guanzhuang which was established about 800 BC. Hao Zhao, an archaeologist at Zhengzhou University lead the research which has been published in the journal Antiquity.…
 
Spring sees the return to Aotearoa of not one but two species of native cuckoo, whose migrations are among the longest of any songbird. Kennedy will focus specifically on the long-tailed cuckoo, which is the larger of our two cuckoos, and the one that flies the farthest. Kennedy will refer to a recent webinar in which Brian Gill, retired curator of…
 
Neale and Liam join Lynn to talk about the latest Delta outbreak; how has it changed the government's reopening plans, should vaccine supplies be prioritised for Auckland, how could vaccine passports work - and how much is riding on Cabinet's alert level decision today? They'll also look at Judith Collin's comments about microbiologist Siouxsie Wil…
 
Hamish Ramsden was a 31 year old Hawkes Bay farmer, his wife six months pregnant, when his life changed forever. While tagging a new calf's ear, it's protective mother charged Hamish hitting him mid chest and knocking him backwards, dislocating his neck. On that day in 1994, the keen runner, tennis and rugby player and active farmer became a tetrap…
 
Sebastian has the latest on Afghanistan as the UN condemns the Taliban for their increasingly violent response to dissent. In Lebanon there is a new government has just over a year after the previous administration quit following the devastating Beirut port explosion. And Iran has agreed to let the U.N.'s atomic watchdog service monitoring cameras …
 
Researchers are proposing a system to use Artificial Intelligence to detect the early warning signs of outbreaks of disease or financial disasters. The team at AgResearch says A.I. could be used to trawl through vast amounts of data globally to identify unusual patterns in commerce and trading, or actions by governments or large companies, which co…
 
Cabinet Ministers will meet today to decide if any part of the country is ready to change Alert Levels. Tamaki Makaurau remains at Level 4 until at least midnight Tuesday, and the rest of the country is at Level 2. Yesterday there were 20 new community cases of Covid-19, bringing the total number in the outbreak to 922, but 34 of those cases still …
 
To kick start her photography career Michelle Grace Hunder began a two year journey to document Australian Hip Hop. Rise was first printed in 2014 and that's exactly what her music photography career has done since. But she's a super fan first - “(Kendrick Lamar) came over... and waved. So instead of shooting I waved back!” This episode! ABBA have …
 
Get ready to slide into those DM’s people! In this episode, I’m going to share with you the 5 most important DM scripts that I personally use to convert my Instagram audience (and even cold prospects) into paying clients. GAIN ACCESS to the full show notes for this episode and access to more business tips from Rayray here: https://paydaywithrayray.…
 
Sam looks at the debate and complexity around whether athletes deserve special treatment regarding quarantine stays after trip to compete abroad. And it's been announced that all teams for the next America's Cup must have both a youth team and a women's team that race in the warm up regattas - with inclusion and pathway to the America's Cup cited a…
 
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