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Celebrity Bake Off Island

Celebrity Bake Off Island

Jane and Duncan are counting down the hours until they can eat cheesy garlic pita again. Also on the agenda this week: the cast of this year’s Great Kiwi Bake Off celebrity special has been revealed, a rude bouncy castle has been unveiled, a hairdresser has gone rogue and much more.
You deserve a raise

You deserve a raise

New Zealand’s Labour Cost Index showed a 2.4% wage increase last year. But when you set that against an inflation increase of 4.9% over the same period, in real terms the average New Zealander took a 2.5% pay cut. In a tight labour market, we should in theory all be marching into our boss’s office and asking for a raise – so why isn’t this happening?
Who wants to lead the National Party next?

Who wants to lead the National Party next?

Judith Collins is out as leader of the opposition after a spectacularly messy 24 hours of politics. But who’ll replace her? And what about all the other quite important things this saga has overshadowed? The Gone By Lunchtime team assembles for an emergency edition of the podcast.
Big ups

Big ups

Duncan and Jane dip their toes in TVNZ’s show lineup for 2022, try to figure out how the government’s Covid policy applies to sex with strangers and offer some style advice for all that extra lockdown hair you’ve been growing. There’s also crypto chat, a new caking-meets-sports show and some as-it-happens literal breaking news.
TVNZ’s Cate Slater on what’s coming in 2022

TVNZ’s Cate Slater on what’s coming in 2022

TVNZ’s director of content joins Duncan Greive to talk about the organisation’s Aotearoatanga journey, their newly announced 2022 content schedule which emphasises local drama over international reality TV franchises, the rise of digital and OnDemand and the legacy of departing CEO Kevin Kenrick.
Block party for Tim and Arty

Block party for Tim and Arty

Jane and Duncan celebrate an almost win at the NZ Podcast Awards, debrief on The Block NZ auctions and reveal what their very first in-store purchases were at level three, step two. Plus there’s a terrorist possum on the loose in Dunedin, a duck has run a marathon in New York and Taylor Swift has her fans seeing red.

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