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The Mike Wise Show is hosted by basketball journalist and story teller Mike Wise. Mike's weekly guests are a "Who's Who" list of players, coaches, executives, journalists, and influencers of hoop culture. Nobody tells a story like Mike and his Wise Ass friends. Each weekly episode of The Mike Wise Show will be available on Monday mornings.
 
Get Sellers Calling You is a "marketing for real estate agents" podcast with an occasional Christian focus. Created by real estate lead generation expert Beatty Carmichael, this podcast provides prospecting marketing ideas for real estate agents and tips on getting and converting seller leads in your sphere of influence, geographic farming, and all types of marketing. Beatty works with some of the top real estate agents in the country helping them both generate seller leads and convert them ...
 
Sports To The Max — The man with more connections than anyone in Minnesota sports is Mike Max. So when Mike Max says it’s true, we listen. His scoops, his insights, his opinions and his amazing rolodex of guests are on display weeknights. But if you miss him there, you can join him on *The Morning News with Dave* weekdays at 7:40am and 8:40am, as well as at 4:40pm and 5:40pm with *Paul & Jordana*.
 
The right conversation can be life-changing, especially when it involves learning from someone else’s choices, regrets, successes, and mistakes. Unfortunately, these kinds of profound, helpful conversations are hard to come by--you’re lucky if you have 2 or 3 of them as a young adult, and lots of people never even get to have a single one. Job Interviews is here to fill that void with honest, real, direct advice about school and careers from real people with real experiences. We conduct thor ...
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
Mike Lupica, one of the most prominent columnists in America, brings his experience and insider's knowledge, coupled with a provocative presentation that takes an uncompromising look at the tumultuous worlds of professional sports, and politics to this weekly podcast. Every week join Mike and a special guest as they tackle the topics of today!
 
The Launching Point is a three-day a week interview-based podcast designed to uncover the transformative nature of launching into entrepreneurship through the telling of successful entrepreneurs' before and after stories of what it’s really like launching into the world of entrepreneurship. Each episode features a different entrepreneur weaving a narrative of who they were as a person before making the life-changing decision to launch into entrepreneurship, what obstacles they had to overcom ...
 
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A geriatrics and palliative care podcast for every health care professional. We invite the brightest minds in geriatrics, hospice, and palliative care to talk about the topics that you care most about, ranging from recently published research in the field to controversies that keep us up at night. You'll laugh, learn and maybe sing along. Hosted by Eric Widera and Alex Smith.
 
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Mike Max talks with former NHL Player, Agent, General Manager and current NHL Network Analyst Brian Lawton about the Minnesota Wild, messy New York Rangers situation and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.โดย Radio.com
 
Another bruising Super Rugby Aotearoa season culminates in the final game tomorrow night in Christchurch. Standing in the way of the crusaders grabbing a fifth consecutive title are the Chiefs, who started the season poorly and then roared back to life, thanks in large part to the clutch boot of Damien McKenzie. So how does this one play out? Newst…
 
 
Brian Scalabrine is the co-host of The Starting Lineup with Frank Isola on Sirius/XM NBA Radio. Scal, a.k.a. "The White Mamba" is also the TV analyst for the Boston Celtics on NBC Sports Boston. His vast knowledge, irreverent takes, and joyful approach to the sport make him one of the most beloved NBA voices in the basketball world. He joins Mike W…
 
We need to be asking ourselves some big picture questions. Britain’s green light is on and the travel list is out. We are part of that group of countries where we can roll into London MIQ free. They can’t come here, of course, on the same deal. Vaccinated travellers all over the world are now starting to get on planes and fly and we as of now are m…
 
Country music keeps growing in popularity in New Zealand – and the rising stars are getting younger! 18-year-old Carson Taare got invited to the famed CMA International Festival in 2019 - and will be back next year. And he's also got his own debut album. Taare joined Mike Hosking to discuss his goal of being the biggest star in country, and perform…
 
I cheered Rob Campbell the other day. Reportage had him, thank God, telling it like it is. Campbell is a unionist from decades back who these days sits around board tables. We had him on the programme a few weeks back as a representative of a group of businesses that had written an open letter to the government asking for greater transparency aroun…
 
The joy of snow days is no more for New York City public school students. Instead of building snowmen and finding little hills to sled down, students in grades K-12 will be expected to log onto their digital devices for classes -- a change attributed to the success of remote learning during the coronavirus pandemic. The New York City public school …
 
Could the humble willow be about to be hit for six by bamboo as the future for bat manufacturing? A new study from Cambridge University has produced a prototype bamboo bat and found it to be stiffer, harder and stronger than willow. It's also more sustainable with bamboo growing far quicker and less problems around waste, considering up to 30% of w…
 
There are fears it could easily be game over, for New Zealand's emerging video game industry. Australia has announced video game developers there will be entitled to a 30 to 40 percent tax break, starting next year. New Zealand companies are worried it could help draw some of our best talent across the ditch. Founder of the studio Flightless John O…
 
In less than a week, people in England will be able to give friends and family a hug for the first time since restrictions were put in place in March last year at the outset of the coronavirus pandemic. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed Monday that he has given the go-ahead for that much-missed human contact from May 17 as part of the …
 
The European Commission insisted it still trusts the coronavirus vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and that its dispute with the Anglo-Swedish drugmaker is only contractual. The EU's executive branch has launched legal proceedings in Belgium against the firm for what it believes amounts to a breach of contract after AstraZeneca failed to deliver dos…
 
Chris Hipkins says he wanted to get his facts straight, before accusing a border worker of evading coronavirus testing for five months. National MP Chris Bishop says the Covid-19 Response Minister knew on April 8 the worker hadn't been swabbed since November, but sat on it for six days. However, Hipkins told Mike Hosking there was a reason he didn'…
 
Cet épisode est une présentation de Polysleep (https://polysleep.ca/fr?utm_source=mike-wardamp;utm_medium=podcastamp;utm_campaign=mai) et de la Boîte Végane (https://www.laboitevegane.ca/)Dans cet épisode de Sous Écoute, Mike reçoit Jean-Thomas Jobin et Kevin Lapierre, tous deux participants à Big Brother célébrités qui viennent nous livrer des ane…
 
I wasn’t remotely surprised to see Gladys Berejiklian describe our bubble reaction to NSW as an overreaction. I asked Ashley Bloomfield on Friday of course if he was a bit trigger happy and even he said it was a line call. But no one is more conservative than Ashley, hence we are so backward on things like borders and vaccines and PPE and testing a…
 
A post-match event for defeated Super Rugby team the Chiefs ended with alleged nudity, vomiting and a trail of noisy carnage in a Christchurch hotel. Just hours after the Crusaders took their fifth consecutive tournament title the losing team gathered for a function attended by the Chiefs players, staff and families. It has been alleged that guests…
 
There is no shortage of irony that it's Jim Bolger, a conservative, that has committed one of the greater social crimes on this country. From the comfort of retirement and a Prime Minister's pension, he oversaw the review into labour laws that finally got rolled out Friday. Even some of the more woke members of the media managed to call it radical.…
 
Scientists have made a breakthrough when it comes to diagnosing depression. Scientists at the Indiana University School of Medicine have developed a blood test which they say can tell patients how severe their depression is, their risk of getting severe depression or bipolar disorder in the future - as well as being able to tell doctors how best to…
 
The cyberextortion attempt that has forced the shutdown of a vital U.S. pipeline was carried out by a criminal gang known as DarkSide that cultivates a Robin Hood image of stealing from corporations and giving a cut to charity, a person close to the investigation said Sunday. The shutdown, meanwhile, stretched into its third day, with the Biden adm…
 
Scott Morrison has hit back at comments attributed to him in The Daily Telegraph today, claiming the publication misreported quotes about Australia’s COVID strategy. Posting to Facebook, he refuted a front-page article which claimed he said international borders would remain closed because Australians want to “eliminate” coronavirus. It also said h…
 
A new funding plan targeting cervical cancer is being described as A new HPV self-testing kit is set to be rolled out backed by $53 million of Government funding. The new kit consists of a simple swab that looks for cancer-causing HPV cells it's set to replace invasive smear tests from 2023. Women's Health Research Centre Director Beverley Lawton t…
 
Former American Magic helmsman Dean Barker is quizzical at the New York Yacht Club's challenge for the 37th America's Cup. The document comes with a 154-page protocol on how it sees the Auld Mug being contested in future. However Barker told Mike Hosking they have no influence because they're not the challenger of record. "To me it doesn't really s…
 
Scotland's leader told British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Sunday that a second Scottish independence referendum is "a matter of when, not if," after her party won its fourth straight parliamentary election. Johnson has invited the leaders of the U.K.'s devolved nations for crisis talks on the union after the regional election results rolled in, s…
 
National's slamming draft changes to conservation policies. It's obtained leaked documents outlining a number of draft recommendations, from a group set up to review conservation laws. The document outlines a number of draft recommendations from one of the Government's working groups. National Party leader Judith Collins says it asks for a reform o…
 
A second deadly sea snake has been found "alive and wriggling" at a Northland beach less than 10 days since the first discovery in three years made national headlines. Gareth Fielder found a highly venomous yellow-bellied sea snake at Woolleys Bay, on the Tutukaka Coast, over the weekend. More than a week ago, Kaitaia resident Samantha Cooper encou…
 
TOPICS: Twitter unveils its new “Spaces” social audio feature; the Grammys get rid of their secret nominating committees; we interview indie singer-songwriter John Taglieri. Find out more about our guest’s work by visiting www.johntaglieri.com and check out his new single “Talking to Myself Out Loud” at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9w…
 
Shaun Powell of NBA.com has covered the league for nearly four decades. But he is so much more than just a sports journalist. He is also a keen observer of the human condition whose nuanced views set an example that all of us should follow. Mike Wise and Shaun discuss the resurgent Knicks, The crew that Shaun has dubbed "The Notorious Big 3" in Bro…
 
The semiconductor industry's constant challenge is to make microchips that are smaller, faster, more powerful and more energy efficient — simultaneously. On Thursday, IBM announced it has created a 2-nanometer chip, the smallest, most powerful microchip yet developed. Most computer chips powering devices today use 10-nanometer or 7-nanometer proces…
 
Mike Max talks with Walt Weaver and Jenny Kilkenny about working to get boys volleyball sanctioned by the Minnesota State High School League. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.โดย Radio.com
 
At the end of each week, Mike Hosking takes you through the big-ticket items and lets you know what he makes of it all. Jobs: 7/10. "Good week on the employment front. 4.7 percent unemployment is your headline number. But labour is tight, and the worry is it's tight in a slack economy." Trevor Mallard: 0/10. "A disgrace the likes of which we should…
 
Mike Max talks with Minnesota Timberwolves Analyst Kevin Lynch from Bally Sports North about Bloomington Jefferson High School athletics, getting into the gym at Normandale, Anthony Edwards, the Gophers and the transfer portal and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.โดย Radio.com
 
Mike Max talks with Mark Ostrom from Joy Collaborative about being a non-profit organization that supports children with life-limiting medical conditions by designing and building them rooms within their homes, how they go about it and more. For more information go to their website https://joycollaborative.org/ See omnystudio.com/listener for priva…
 
The wool industry is getting a makeover and companies are on board for it. After a report last year which described the industry's problems as grim amidst a record low price, a new national wool standards programme was developed. Basically, this programme guarantees high standards across the board for a variety of factors such as traceability, sust…
 
Redevelopment work is set to start on Auckland's Queen St on Monday, much to the disappointment of one central business group. The High Court has declined an interim injunction to stop the works, requested by the Save Queen Street Society. The society believes the 1.1 million dollar makeover to the existing temporary works is unlawful and harmful t…
 
New Zealand is pausing its travel bubble with New South Wales, out of an abundance of caution. Quarantine-free travel from Sydney was paused at midnight, for 48 hours. Ashley Bloomfield says our Government is waiting for health officials there to work out the "missing link" between Sydney's latest community cases, and a returning traveller from the…
 
The Tourism Minister hopes a 200 million dollar cash injection is enough to get operators through the Covid-19 era. Stuart Nash is today visiting Queenstown, Arrowtown and Cromwell, a day after making the funding announcement in Christchurch He says told Mike Hosking these towns, reliant on overseas tourists, are vulnerable. “If a tourism business …
 
Though origins of the term “moral injury” can be traced back to religious bioethics, most modern usage comes from a recognition of a syndrome of guilt, shame, and sense of betrayal experienced by soldiers returning from war. One feels like they crossed a line with respect to their moral beliefs. The spectrum of acts that can lead to moral injury is…
 
It’s been two months since Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern cancelled her weekly slot on the Mike Hosking Breakfast, bringing an end to a 30 year tradition dating back to Paul Holmes and David Lange. At the time, she said it was so she could reach different audiences on new networks – which ended up mainly being music radio stations. So the Breakfast …
 
It’s not often you get to speak to a world champion. Snooker aficionados will know the name, Mark Selby, who this week won his 20th major ranking title and fourth World Snooker Championship by beating out Shaun Murphy. It puts him equal fifth for world titles won, and Mark Selby spoke with Mike Hosking out of the UK. “It’s not really sunk it yet, i…
 
A lesson in why it’s wise to see surveys essentially for what they are. The headline was that we don’t trust our media as much as we did. The research is from the AUT Research Centre for Journalism Media and Democracy, and it found all news brands in the country have been hit in the trust department. So on the surface you’re supposed to go ‘oooh, t…
 
As Scotland holds an election Thursday that could be a stepping stone to the breakup of the United Kingdom, the seafood wholesaler has more urgent things on his mind. Britain's exit from the European Union and the coronavirus pandemic has caused economic upheaval, and he says it's not the right time to gamble on independence. The question of indepe…
 
It’s time to catch up with one of Aussie's favourite artists. John Butler had humble beginnings as a busker, and ended up setting up his own record label back in 2002. He, of course, is the front man for the John Butler Trio, and has become Australia’s most successful independent artist of all time. Now, he's coming to our shores for a couple of sh…
 
Should we have free parking for an hour in our CBD's nationwide? So, this started in New Plymouth where they are having a discussion on their ten year plan and how to help businesses. A local business and retail group said an hour's free shopping would encourage people to head into town and have shoppers walking through the doors; a better alternat…
 
There have been grim findings from a new tourism survey. Research suggests that over the last 12 months, Kiwi tourism businesses have, on average, seen their revenues cut almost in half. On top of this, an average of four out of every ten staff members have been shed. Tourism Industry Aotearoa chief Chris Roberts, told Mike Hosking businesses now h…
 
Nurses are fearful the Government's pay freeze will over-ride the collective bargaining process. The Government says public sector workers earning more than 60-thousand dollars, will only get pay rises under exceptional circumstances. Nurses’ union spokesman David Waite told Mike Hosking collective bargaining between employers and employees must be…
 
Judith Collins says Trevor Mallard came to Parliament on Tuesday night, looking for a scrap. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has given the Speaker a dressing down after he accused a former staffer of sexual assault, under the cloak of Parliamentary privilege. National's leader says Mallard was fuming, and refused to answer the questions being put to …
 
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