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The Real Pod: Married at First Sight Australia dials up the gaslighting

The Real Pod assembles to dissect the second week on Married at First Sight Australia, with special thanks to Nando’s.

Politics podcast: Ardern promises delivery, Bridges prays for deliverance

The Gone By Lunchtime peloton roars into 2019.

Podcast: We are deeply wedded to Married at First Sight Australia

The Real Pod assembles to dissect the week on Married at First Sight Australia, with special thanks to Nando’s.

Bringing local jobs – and tikanga Māori – to the legal cannabis industry

Simon Pound talks to Manu Caddie, founder and CEO of Hikurangi Cannabis.

The Real Pod: We are absolutely amping for MAFS Australia

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

The NZ autonomous vehicle company changing the transport game

Simon Pound talks to Mahmood Hikmet, research and development coordinator for Ohmio.

On the Rag: In which January has felt 40,000 years long

Alex Casey, Leonie Hayden and Michèle A’Court tackle the past month in women, news and popular culture, with thanks to our friends at The Women’s Bookshop. 

Laneway’s Mark Kneebone on making music festivals safer for everyone

Simon Pound talks to Mark Kneebone, head of promotions at Live Nation and co-promoter of the Laneway Festival.

Papercuts: The bumper summer reads pod!

Welcome back to Papercuts, our monthly books podcast hosted by Louisa Kasza, Jenna Todd and Kiran Dass. It's 2019 and we've been reading like mad over the summer break. In this …

The couple using natural skincare to help lift Papua New Guinea out of poverty

Simon Pound talks to Rebekah and Tamati Norman of local apothecary company Native Rituals.

The Real Pod: In which the unruly tourists are spicing up our lives

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

The Real Pod: Basking in a summer of celebrity scandals

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

The Real Pod: Join us for the first annual Real Pod awards

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

Waterdeep Mountain High: School’s Out… Forever? Part 3

Welcome back (for the final time!) to Waterdeep Mountain High, a Dungeons & Dragons podcast set in a below average school in the mystical land of Faerun.

Waterdeep Mountain High: School’s Out… Forever? Part 2

Welcome back to Waterdeep Mountain High, a Dungeons & Dragons podcast set in a below average school in the mystical land of Faerun.

Waterdeep Mountain High: School’s Out… Forever? Part 1

Welcome back to Waterdeep Mountain High, a Dungeons & Dragons podcast set in a below average school in the mystical land of Faerun.

The Real Pod SPECIAL: Colin Mathura-Jeffree’s Christmas Cranny

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

On the Rag: So this is Christmas, and what has 2018 done?

Listen to Alex Casey, Leonie Hayden and Madeleine Chapman tackle the past YEAR in women, news and popular culture, with thanks to our friends at The Women’s Bookshop. 

The Real Pod: Could there BE any more reality TV finales this week?

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

The Spinoff presents SUPERPOD 2018

In the now-annual event of the year, five of our podcasts' hosts join forces like a mighty end-of-year podcast rat-king.

How the construction and infrastructure industry can encourage Māori-led players

Simon Pound talks to Warner Cowin, founder and CEO of procurement and bidding consultancy Height.

Podcast: It’s the Dietary Requirements Christmas special!

Dietary Requirements is The Spinoff’s monthly podcast in which we eat, drink and talk about it too, with special thanks to Freedom Farms and Fine Wine Delivery Co.

Don’t be afraid of our best companies heading overseas

Instead of acting like parents with empty nest syndrome, it’s time we realised that new businesses need to grow up, and sometimes that means heading off on their OE, says Vic Crone.

The women wanting Kiwis to invest in the US share market

Simon Pound talks to Natalie Ferguson and Kristen Lunman from Hatch, a new platform that allows New Zealanders to invest in US shares.