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Four former aides to President Obama—Jon Favreau, Jon Lovett, Dan Pfeiffer and Tommy Vietor—are joined by journalists, politicians, activists, and more for a no-b******t conversation about politics. They cut through the noise to break down the week’s news, and help people figure out what matters and how they can help. You can listen to new episodes twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
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A five-time Emmy winning SNL comedy writer/producer, joins a four-time #1 NYT bestselling author, a three-time highest-rated national progressive radio host, a two-time Grammy winning artist, and a former US Senator. So, it gets a little crowded in the booth when Al talks public policy and sometimes political comedy with notable guests. Think “The Daily” without the resources of the NYTimes.
Comedian Cody Johnston hosts this always fair, always well-researched, but most importantly, always entertaining take on the topical news of the week. Every Tuesday, Some More News dives into the world's weekly events with a mix of wit, dread, hope and compassion. Since the news cycle never stops spinning, Johnston returns every Friday for Even More News, co-hosted by Katy Stoll. Together, they present an informative and comedic spin on the viewers’ frustrations with the news that week.
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Sarah is a journalist obsessed with the past. Every week she reconsiders a person or event that's been miscast in the public imagination.
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The creator of Mueller, She Wrote, Allison Gill, and former Deputy Director of the FBI, Andrew McCabe, are documenting the DoJ investigations of Trump. With the help of expert guests, they’ll analyze court filings, letters, strategies, and regulations to take you through the Special Counsel process that could lead to the indictment of Donald J. Trump.
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Every episode, legal expert Andrew and comic relief Thomas will tackle a popular legal topic and give you all the tools you need to understand the issue and win every argument you have on Facebook, with your Uncle Frank, or wherever someone is wrong on the Internet. It's law. It's politics. It's fun. We don't tell you what to think, we just set up the Opening Arguments.
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Mr Mobile himself, Michael Fisher, joins Jason and Mikah to talk about the Galaxy event held this week and the new S23 lineup that Samsung announced. Reed Albergotti of Semafor stops by to talk about the next iteration of ChatGPT, ChatGPT-4, and how OpenAI is ramping up things since Microsoft invested in the company. Jason talks about Anker coming …
John Cleese is set to team up with his daughter, Camilla, for a reboot of the beloved Fawlty Towers sitcom. The new series will "explore how Cleese's over-the-top, cynical and misanthropic Basil Fawlty navigates the modern world", according to early information. But don't mention the war - or Cleese's rebrand in the last decade as more of a curmudg…
Megyn Kelly is joined by Charles C.W. Cooke, senior writer for National Review, the New York Times' Jeremy Peters, author of Insurgency, and Dave Ramsey, host of The Dave Ramsey Show, to talk about whether we need a State of the Union spectacle at all, Biden's lies in the speech, the spectacle of Marjorie Taylor Greene and others yelling "liar," fo…
Former Silver Fern and international beach volleyballer Anna Harrison is ditching the bikini on the New Zealand beach tour this summer to make not wearing one more 'normal'. When the 39-year-old started playing beach volleyball way back in 2000 it was mandatory, but players now have a choice. In 2012 the International Volleyball Federation relaxed …
The Prime Minister has used his policy purge to ditch a contentious change to hate speech laws. Labour has been working on an overhaul of the legislation since the March 2019 mosque attacks. It planned to pass watered down changes this year, but they've now been kicked down the road, again. So how did we get to this point? Political reporter Katie …
A trial on Auckland buses has found drivers falling asleep at the wheel and an 'undeniable' risk of fatigue. The company that ran the trial says it is seeing many more bus, truck and car drivers nodding off than a year ago. Phil Pennington reports.
President Biden delivered his second State of the Union address on Tuesday to a newly divided Congress. It was his first big national speech since the midterms and a preview of his likely 2024 reelection bid. The crew discusses the arguments Biden laid out and where he stands with American voters two years into his presidency. Learn more about your…
A housing crisis, and then floods - the government is scrambling to provide longer term accommodation for hundreds of people displaced in Auckland. The Temporary Accommodation Service is now tasked with putting a roof over their heads. It has a kitty of portable cabins ready to deploy to Auckland and is not ruling out using campervans, as it says a…
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
New Zealand authorities are celebrating intercepting more than three tonnes of cocaine floating in the Pacific Ocean. The bust is the largest find by "some margin" with an estimated street value of half a billion dollars. Police Commissioner Andrew Coster says it was enough cocaine to service the Australian market for one year - or the New Zealand …
Prime Minister Chris Hipkins has scrapped or delayed several government policies as one of his first major acts as Prime Minister. RNZ political editor Jane Patterson.spoke to Corin Dann.
The impending merger of RNZ and TVNZ is no more, with the government scrapping the plan yesterday as it refocuses on the cost of living. Last year's Budget had allocated $109m a year to the new entity, through to 2026, and it's understood more than $16m had already been spent to set up the new entity. A new public media organisation was originally …
Two more veteran All Blacks have announced that 2023 will be their last in New Zealand.
The appointment of the next All Blacks coach has reached a confusing juncture, after comments from leading candidate Scott Robertson were refuted by New Zealand Rugby on Wednesday. NZ Rugby issued a one sentence statement, saying: "New Zealand Rugby is continuing to have internal discussions, but an announcement about the All Blacks head coach or p…
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The combined death toll in Turkey and Syria from Monday's quakes has risen to more than 11,200. The World Health Organization has suggested the final toll could rise as high as 20,000, and thousands are complaning about the lack of resources and slow official response. The Daily Telegraph Middle East correspondent Campbell MacDiarmid spoke to Corin…
Cyclone Gabrielle could reach Northland on Sunday before moving south towards Auckland. The category one cyclone is currently in the Coral Sea and is likely to become a category three over the next 24 hours. Whangārei's mayor Vince Cocurullo spoke to Guyon Espiner.
Thousands of people have died after two devastating earthquakes caused widespread destruction in Turkey and Syria. As the World Health Organization warns casualties could exceed 20,000, aftershocks, freezing temperatures and damaged roads are hampering efforts to reach and rescue those affected. On the Sky News Daily, Niall Paterson joins Sky News …
Cyclone Gabrielle could reach Northland on Sunday before moving south towards Auckland. The category one cyclone is currently in the Coral Sea and is likely to become a category three over the next 24 hours. If it reaches us it will be an intense weather system, with heavy rain, gale force winds and significant sea swells. Niwa meteorologist Chris …
The National Party says the government's decision to axe or delay some of its major policies is an attempt to make up for five years of incompetence. Those were the words of National leader Christopher Luxon, who suggested the Labour government is "pretending to get rid of " its pet projects. The National Party says it will address the cost of livi…
The combined death toll in Turkey and Syria from Monday's quakes has risen to more than 11,200. The World Health Organization has suggested the final toll could rise as high as 20,000, and thousands are complaining about the lack of resources and slow official response. Ambassador Zoe Coulson-Sinclair spoke to Corin Dann.…
E Tū union is disappointed the government has indefinitely delayed the social insurance scheme. The policy would have seen workers who lost their jobs paid up to 80 percent of their income for up to seven months. E tū Assistant National Secretary Annie Newman spoke to Guyon Espiner.
The Finance Minister says the scrapping of a suite of government policies yesterday is not just about saving money. The RNZ -TVNZ merger, the social insurance scheme, the hate speech bill and biofuels legislation are either on hold or scrapped completely. Grant Robertson told Morning Report it's important for the government to make sure its focus i…
England batsman Harry Brooke continued his fine form as the tourist scored 465 all out on the first day of their pink ball match against a New Zealand XI in Hamilton.
News from the business sector, including a market report.
There's confirmation this morning Cyclone Gabrielle could affect Northland on Sunday before moving south towards Auckland. The category one cyclone is currently in the Coral Sea and is likely to become a category three over the next 24 hours. If it reaches us it will be an intense weather system, with heavy rain, gale force winds and significant se…
The RNZ - TVNZ merger has been scrapped. The government had pledged $327 million over three years to merge the two public media entities, and it's understood more than $16 million had already been spent. The National Party had said it would roll back a merger if elected. The party's broadcasting spokesperson Melissa Lee spoke to Guyon Espiner.…
The government has cleared the desk of some of its more contentious and unwieldy policies, with this year's election in mind. The Prime Minister says the reprioritisation will free up money to help New Zealanders through tough times, but so far the savings amount to the low-hundreds of millions of dollars. Here's RNZpolitical reporter Giles Dexter.…
An update from RNZ's sports team.
News from the rural and farming sector.
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
A construction expert is warning that owners of flood-damaged Auckland homes with untreated timber need to take rapid action. Prendos property consultant Phil O'Sullivan says untreated wooden framing will decay when wet and eventually damage the structural integrity of the home. He says buildings built between 1993 and 2005 are particularly at risk…
England scored 465 all out on the first day of their pink ball match against a New Zealand XI in Hamilton.
Tension in the Greens over the Voice to Parliament has culminated this week in the abrupt defection of high-profile Senator Lidia Thorpe. Publicly, Greens leader Adam Bandt is calling her resignation ‘sad’. Privately, other Greens members are reportedly calling it a catastrophe. As for Lidia Thorpe, the newly-Independent Senator says her focus now …
If you haven't had COVID or a booster shot in the last six months, the chances are you're more vulnerable than you think. In a few weeks, a fifth dose of a COVID vaccine will be offered to anyone over 18, and we're being urged to take it up. Today, epidemiologist Catherine Bennett on how we're entering a new phase of the pandemic. Featured: Profess…
Government policy scrapping not just about money saving - Robertson; E Tu disappointed social insurance scheme dropped; Scale of disaster in Turkey almost indescribable - Ambassador; Nicola Willis on government's big policy reset; Forecaster on possible Cyclone Grabrielle hit; Whangarei Mayor on Cyclone Gabrielle.…
My guest on this week's Book Club podcast is the American writer, reporter and foreign policy expert Robert Kaplan, whose new book The Tragic Mind: Fear, Fate and the Burden of Power argues that it's in Greek tragedy that we can find the most important lessons in how to navigate the 21st century. He tells me how the reflections in the book arose fr…
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This week: Allison is solo and announces the pod’s new co-host; goes over the Bragg revives the zombie case against Trump, but it might be one of those smart zombies; and more. Follow our hosts on Twitter Allison Gill https://twitter.com/allisongill The Podcast: https://twitter.com/aisle45pod Want to support this podcast and get it ad-free and earl…
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This episode contains descriptions of violence. The death of Tyre Nichols, a 29-year-old Black man, at the hands of officers in Memphis last month has intensified calls for fundamental reform in policing. Those calls were echoed yesterday by President Biden, who hosted Mr. Nichols’s parents at the State of the Union address. Today, we hear about a …
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with all 13 of Canada's premiers on Tuesday to pitch his plan for increased health-care funding to provinces and territories.The measures would amount to over $46 billion in new funding and – combined with what Ottawa was already planning to pitch in – totals almost 200 billion in total federal health-care spending…
The best of talks, forums, debates, and festivals held in Australia and around the world.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation