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Bridgit Hawkins’ app is helping farmers save water, money and time

This week Simon is joined by Bridget Hawkins, CEO of Regen, an app helping to drive efficiency on farms.

The Real Pod: Evidently, fear is not a factor for Heartbreak Island

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

Robots, drones, and cows: exploring the agritech at Fieldays

The typical Kiwi farmer is swapping their roll of Number 8 wire for a smartphone and robotics. At Fieldays 2018 Angela Cuming discovered the technology and science solving many of the challenges facing the industry.

Waterdeep Mountain High, episode 4: The Smuggler’s Run, part two

“In Dungeons and Dragons are dogs, dogs? Or are they like, esteemed members of the community?”

Tim Lightbourne of Invivo wine talks branding, taking risks, and Graham Norton

This week Simon talks to Tim Lightbourne about how he built a wine company – with the help of Graham Norton.

The Real Pod: In which Heartbreak Island is an absolute mindfuck

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

How Dexibit is revolutionising museums and galleries using big data solutions

Simon Pound talks to Angie Judge about how she's changing a thousands of years-old industry.

The Real Pod: In which we cannot name a more iconic trio

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: Katchafire’s South Pacific reggae legacy

Henry Oliver talks to Katchafire about their world travels and new album Legacy.

Waterdeep Mountain High: Ep. 3. The Smuggler’s Run, part one

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

Too rude: The On the Rag team talk about sex with RNZ’s Bang!

Birds do it. Bees do it. Do podcasters do it? The On the Rag team join forces with RNZ's Bang! to talk about sex, baby. 

How Vaughan Rowsell brought Point of Sale software into the 21st century

Simon chats with Vaughan Rowsell about turning big ideas into big realities, and the company he founded, Vend.

On the Rag: Period panic and a note for Simon Bridges

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

The Business Chat: Budget 2018, Techweek, and ethical dairying

In our monthly Business Chat special, host Simon Pound talks with Maria Slade and Rebecca Stevenson about business stories making the news that month.

The Real Pod: In which we royally drop our buffs

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

Papercuts podcast: The great Auckland Writers Festival wrap-up

Kiran, Jenna and Louisa bunker down on level 5 of the Aotea Centre to record on-the-ground reactions from three days at the Auckland Writers Festival.

Waterdeep Mountain High podcast: Finding Hootie part 2 – the reckoning

It's the second episode of our new comedy Dungeons and Dragons podcast! Welcome back to Waterdeep Mountain High, a below average school in the mystical land of Faerun.

Natalie Robinson of Mum’s Garage helps guide businesses from dream to reality

Simon Pound speaks to Natalie Robinson of Mum's Garage about how to support and guide founders through the beginning stages of an idea.

Pod on the Couch: Carb on Carb and the emo revival

This episode: We talk to Auckland emo band Carb on Carb.

The Real Pod: In which we avenge the wrongful death of Naz

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

Politics podcast: waka jumping, fuel taxing and rumour mongering

Back once again with the renegade bluster, the Gone By Lunchtime team climb many flights of stairs in the cause of NZ political discourse. 

Business is Boring celebrates 100 episodes

Simon Pound celebrates a milestone for the Business is Boring podcast, and shares highlights from the past 100 episodes.

Why Happy Cow Milk failed to bring change to the dairy industry

Simon Pound talks to Glen Herud about the problems with the modern dairy industry, how he tried to do things differently at his company Happy Cow Milk – and why it ultimately failed.

‘I miss Paul. He wasn’t afraid’: Remembering Sir Paul Callaghan

Ahead of the premiere of a new documentary on the life and work of Sir Paul Callaghan, a few of his friends and colleagues – including Anne Salmond, Bill Manhire, Nicola Gaston and Shaun Hendy – share their memories of the great man.