Gone By Lunchtime: The National Party after Todd Muller

Summer reissue: Relive the 53-day reign of Todd Muller as National Party leader.

Business is Boring: The chief economist who made himself redundant and started a newsletter

In a year in which a lot of commentators have come a cropper, Tony Alexander's measured, data-driven newsletter has been invaluable.

The Fold: The wildfire that was 2020 for New Zealand media, reviewed

The pandemic put unbearable pressure on New Zealand’s media, but also saw it gain larger and more engaged audiences than ever before.

The Spinoff presents SUPERPOD 2020 – a review of the year that was

Pour yourself some eggnog and join the hosts of The Spinoff’s podcast network for our annual Superpod.

Podcasts Archive

Business is Boring: The Australian venture capitalist with $60m for backing NZ companies

What's one of the biggest venture capital operators in Australia got in store for its New Zealand office?

Dietary Requirements: What makes a good sandwich?

Two of Auckland’s best sandwich makers join sandwich aficionados Simon Day and Stewart Sowman-Lund on the podcast for a chat about their craft.

Business is Boring: The New Zealand company using VR to counter seasickness

Are you part of the 25% of people who suffer from seasickness? See-LEVEL might have found the solution – virtual reality.

The Fold: Turning words into action, with Laura O’Connell Rapira

The outgoing director of grassroots community campaigning organisation ActionStation joins Duncan Greive to talk about a busy few years in the job.

How Foodprint is helping reduce food waste by bringing the bargains

What happens to all the food a cafe doesn't sell in a day? This app lets users snap it up at a mouthwatering discount.

Papercuts podcast: Is this the Real Life?

Need a new book for the holidays? Let Jenna, Kiran and Louisa tempt you with the best new titles.

How tech start-up IMAGR plans to eliminate checkout queues

In this week's episode, host Simon Pound is joined by William Chomley, founder and CEO of IMAGR.

Gone By Lunchtime: Lustful frothing at parliament’s return

On the eve of the opening of the 53rd parliament, Toby Manhire, Annabelle Lee-Mather and Ben Thomas dress up as Black Rod.

The Fold: The boss of all rugby, with Mark Robinson

NZ Rugby is in a fascinating situation at the moment, with some big calls to be made over the coming years. This episode, the man in charge of making them talks to Duncan Greive.

How AF Drinks is helping lift the non-alcoholic beverage game

This week, host Simon Pound is joined by Eat My Lunch founder Lisa King to talk about her new venture, AF Drinks.

How Again Again is making takeaway coffee better for the environment

This week, host Simon Pound is joined by Nada Piatek, co-founder and managing director of Again Again.

Announcing Coming Home, a podcast about New Zealand’s ‘brain gain’

In our new podcast series Coming Home, we talk to some of the many highly skilled New Zealanders who’ve returned in 2020 and explore what it means for us as a country.