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Emergency podcast: Bill English is gone by morning tea time

Ben Thomas and Toby Manhire assess the English legacy and the contenders to succeed him as National Party leader in this collectible special edition pod.

WeCompost is keeping tons of waste out of landfills

Simon talks to Gemma and Steve about creating a composting business from the ground up.

The Real Pod: Married at First Sight Australia is bonkers and we love it

The Real Pod assembles to dissect the week in New Zealand pop culture and real life, with special thanks to Nando’s.

A lawyer, writer and mother on why mothers are as ambitious as anyone

Simon talks to Genevieve O'Halloran about balancing work and motherhood.

The Real Pod: How did we not know Mike McRoberts was so ripped?

The Real Pod assembles to dissect the week in New Zealand pop culture and real life, with special thanks to Nando’s.

Pod on the Couch: RIP Grant Fell, cultural connector and Headless Chicken

Henry Oliver talks to Russell Brown about Grant Fell, member of Headless Chickens, who passed away this week.

On the Rag: In which we are all pregnant (with emotion for Jacinda)

Listen to Alex Casey, Leonie Hayden and Michele A’Court tackle the past month in women, news and popular culture.

Breeder’s Digest: The little white lies we tell our kids

This month on Breeder’s Digest we bow down to our new Breeder Leader Jacinda Ardern and discuss the little white lies we tell our kids.

Politics podcast: we are now basically a parenting podcast

Annabelle Lee, Toby Manhire and Ben Thomas return for the first Gone By Lunchtime of 2018, guest starring a real life baby who reveals all about her encounters with a pregnant Jacinda Ardern. 

BizDojo’s Nick Shewring is opening the ‘mental health in entrepreneurship’ conversation

Simon Pound talks to Nick Shewring, co-founder of BizDojo, the Auckland company leasing co-working space to companies and creatives.

The Real Pod: New year, new us, same old celebs

The Real Pod assembles for the first time in 2018 to dissect the week in New Zealand pop culture and real life, with special thanks to Nando’s.

Why being from Aotearoa makes selling your video game overseas easier

The brains behind one of our most innovative and internationally recognised video game studios talks to Simon Pound.

Think startups are only run by single guys and their friends? Meet Dr Alyona Medelyan

Simon Pound talks to machine learning expert Dr Alyona Medelyan.

Why hiring tangata whenua should be a priority for all businesses

Simon Pound chats to Michael Moka about Māori entrepreneurship and bringing the whānau (values) to work.

The Spinoff presents SUPERPOD 2017

To punish you all for being naughty this year, The Spinoff made an unholy mash-up of four of its podcasts.

Breeder’s Digest: A very merry breeder’s Christmas

Everything you need to know about surviving Christmas in one handy pod.

Politics pod: a completely comprehensive dissection of 2017

An incredible year for NZ politics. The Gone By Lunchtime bus parks up for one last time, and settles all the matters.

What the tech sector can learn from pop culture fandoms

Simon Pound talks to Sacha Judd about how young female pop fans just might be the future of tech.

The Real Pod: Holy Si Barnett, Dancing With the Stars is back?!?

The Real Pod assembles in The Spinoff boardroom of dreams to dissect the week in New Zealand pop culture, thanks to Nando's.

She’s flying with NASA and fighting Gwyneth Paltrow’s fake science. She’s 18.

This week on Business is Boring, 18 year old Alexia Hilbertidou talks following your passion, no matter your age.

The Real Pod: Praise the chicken gods, we finally got sponsored!

This week Jane, Duncan and Alex bask in the glory of their new sponsors at Nando's and relive an incredible night at the New Zealand TV awards. 

Pod on the Couch: Three Atlanta rappers searching for a pie and some tomato sauce

Atlanta rappers and J Cole signees J.I.D, Johnny Venus and Doctur Dot on linking up with J Cole, the Atlanta music scene and what happens when you eat a lot of Chipotle and your sewage pipe breaks.

On the Rag: Have yourself a very feminist Christmas

Listen to Alex Casey, Leonie Hayden and Michele A’Court tackle the age-old conundrum: how do you cope with Christmas without exploding?

Rowan Simpson and his founder-centric approach to being a company director

Rowan Simpson really doesn't need to keep working, but he does. Simon Pound finds out why.