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The Real Pod: In which the holy trinity unites once more

The Real Pod assembles to dissect the week in reality television and real life, with special thanks to Nando’s.

On the Rag: Don’t buy your Mum scales for Mother’s Day

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

Papercuts podcast: A slush fest of recommendations

Welcome back to Papercuts, our monthly books podcast hosted by Louisa Kasza, Jenna Todd and Kiran Dass.

How creating more connections between people can help NZ Scale-Up

Simon Pound talks to Rosie Spragg of Callaghan Innovation and Craig Simpson, an entrepreneur many times over, about Scale-Up NZ, a new platform to foster connections in our startup sector.

The Real Pod: In which Jane’s dreams finally come true

The Real Pod assembles to dissect the week in reality television and real life, with special thanks to Nando’s.

Politics podcast: Gone by Slushy Time

Is the bond of trust and confidence between Mihingarangi Forbes and Annabelle Lee-Mather as strong as that between Judith Collins and Simon Bridges?

Dietary Requirements: Delving into the politics of restaurant awards

Deeply hungover, the Dietary Requirements team delve into the politics of restaurant awards this month with Metro editor Henry Oliver.

The Real Pod: Dancing With the Stars NZ is sweeping us off our feet

The Real Pod assembles to dissect the week in reality television and real life, with special thanks to Nando’s.

The Real Pod: In which the dancing stars are actually good

The Real Pod assembles to dissect the week in reality television and real life, with special thanks to Nando’s.

How the Auckland Art Fair grew to put over $5m a year into the art economy

Simon Pound talks to Stephanie Post and Hayley White, co-directors of the Auckland Art Fair

Why our construction industry is broken, and how it can be rebuilt

For Auckland is a new Spinoff podcast of civic conversations with people working to create and sustain a better Auckland for all. In episode three host Timothy Giles spoke to Mark Spencer about how to build a construction sector that can build a world-class city.

Food podcast: In which we go to Duck Island and eat a lot of ice cream

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

How a gin from Aotearoa beat out the best in the world

Host Simon Pound talks to Dan Mclaughlin and Mark Neal, co-founders of Scapegrace Gin.

The Real Pod: We made it to the end of our journey with MAFS AU

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

Auckland’s two million person problem

For Auckland is a new Spinoff podcast of civic conversations with people working to create and sustain a better Auckland for all. In episode two host Timothy Giles spoke to Pauline Winters about migration.

The global translation company offering staff an affordable life in Gisborne

Host Simon Pound talks to he Grant Straker, co-founder and CEO of Straker Translations

The Real Pod: The MAFS honesty box is open and the dancing stars are here

The Real Pod assembles to dissect Married at First Sight Australia and the Dancing With the Stars NZ cast, with special thanks to Nando’s.

On the Rag: We learn more about Muslim feminism

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

Papercuts: Auckland Writers Festival and a special guest

Welcome back to Papercuts, our monthly books podcast hosted by Louisa Kasza, Jenna Todd and Kiran Dass.

Politics Pod: After Christchurch

Following the terrorist assault on two Christchurch mosques on March 15, the Gone by Lunchtime team discuss what happened, and its political implications.

The Real Pod: Mike has a meddle and Cam has a cry

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

Jenny Morel on 20 years in the tech industry

This week, Simon Pound talks to Jenny Morel, founder of Morel & Co, No 8 Ventures, and most recently, MORGO – an annual gathering of people building high growth companies going global.

First grief, then change; Tayyaba Khan on what New Zealand does now

For Auckland is a new Spinoff podcast of civic conversations with people working to create and sustain a better Auckland for all. In episode one host Timothy Giles spoke to Tayyaba Khan about the effect of the tragedy in Christchurch on the Muslim community, grief, identity, and what happens next. 

Using tech to help patients take their health into their own hands

Host Simon Pound talks to John Macaskill-Smith, CEO of virtual health company Ventures.