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Monday Mornings- Sam & Cathy original show from the #SRShow crew with Sam Roberts and Cathy Kelley Fridays - interviews from #SRShow Listen to Sam Roberts' Show, Mon-Fri at 9pm et, on SiriusXM Opieradio - XM 103 Sirius 206. Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast is out every Wednesday on iTunes and notsam.com Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, and instagram @notsam.
 
Sam Little, the FBI’s most prolific serial killer roamed free for five decades, murdering women at will. But in 2012 he came to the attention of Detective Mitzi Roberts and everything changed. This opportunistic killer had long stayed below law enforcement’s radar because of the victims he chose: Women from the fringe — drug users and sex workers paid little attention to by society. Murder Book Season 2: The Women Who Stopped Sam Little follows this Los Angeles Police Department cold case in ...
 
The Deets With Dave is hosted by Dave Robertson, the friendly neighborhood guerilla podcaster and vlogger. In addition to my own thoughts and musings, I explore the area where I live, the goings on there, and the people. Currently based in the Central Savannah River Area city of Augusta, Georgia.The Deets With Davedave.robertson.88mm@gmail.comDave RobertsonIG: @DaRobMGTwitter: @DaRobMGFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Darobmg/Email: dave.robertson.88mm@gmail.com
 
Learn how the world’s top lawyers are forging new career paths, winning the best opportunities and shaping the future of the legal industry. This is a podcast featuring interviews with Law Firm Partners, General Counsels, Legal Leaders and rising stars, uncovering the personalities, traits and habits of the legal industry's top-performers.New episodes every Wednesday.
 
City Bible Forum explores some of life's biggest questions. Perhaps you are considering where God might fit into your life. Our aim is to explore this with you in an open manner that is enjoyable, intellectually credible and which meets the needs of professional life. We love to discuss the relevance of God and the many obstacles to faith people have. We do this in a variety of forums and discussion groups over breakfast, lunch and after work at many different city venues. We are active in e ...
 
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An in-depth conversation with Wellington-based performance poet Tarns Hood. We talk about her style of work and she recites several poems - we talk poetry slams and performing in general. We also talk about sobriety, celebrate her recent 5-year (60 month) milestone. And she talks candidly about alcoholism. Her bottoming out. Her decision to work a …
 
An in-depth conversation with Andrew Gladstone, drummer for Garageland. We talk about the highs and lows of the band's career across the mid/late 1990s and early 00s and then Andrew's move to Hawke's Bay to hide from the music industry - where of course he went on to play even more drums (including with Fane Flaws - R.I.P.) We also talked about the…
 
An in-depth conversation with the writer and book-store owner Catherine Robertson. We talk art, books, music, movies - all the good things. Huge chat. We talk about Catherine's books - but also about writing in general; books in general. We talk through her life and influences and discuss book reviewing. And many other things along the way.…
 
An in-depth conversation with poet and sculptor Sam Duckor-Jones. We talk about, and he reads from, his new book, Party Legend. But we talk about his life making and creating, the need to make - and the search to find and announce one's self through the work. We talk about not connecting with school and not writing - beyond poetry. We talk about fi…
 
An in-depth conversation with Otaki-based actor Jeff Kingsford-Brown. He's currently - as you hear this - the lead role in the show Elling at Circa Theatre in Wellington. He's been a professional actor for many years and we talk about his life and work, talking also of great screen performances by many acting legends. We talk technqique, we talk ab…
 
an in-depth conversation with Jo Marsh - aka JoJo Bellini. As Bellini, Marsh works across comedy and burlesque as a performer and MC. She has a background in theatre, singing and production and arrived late at burlesque via a life-threatening car crash. In wanting to start a dance class she found burlesque as the most accepting place. She now finds…
 
An in-depth chat over the phone with Richard Morris - aka Rikki Morris. He's a singer, songwriter, producer, engineer and former roadie to Th' Dudes and The Crocodiles. He's best known for his runaway hit single Nobody Else recorded and performed with his brother Ian under his solo moniker Tex Pistol. Rikki had been a member of The Crocodiles and w…
 
An in-depth conversation with Ben Tolich aka Mali Mali. We talk through his life and catalogue of music; discussing the need to work and be creative on the side. We also talk religion, mental health, Bob Dylan and many other things and to top it off there's a live performance of an as yet unreleased Mali Mali song.…
 
An in-depth conversation with Father Christopher Orczy, vicar at St Michael and All Angels Anglican Church in Christchurch. Chris didn't grow up with religion. He had an epiphany, an awakening, he felt a calling in his late-30s. He grew up a music man - including listening to death metal. He worked in a music store and was obsessed with prog and sy…
 
An in-depth conversation with Wellington's Kate Spencer - aka CreatifKate. Kate is a poet and performer, a photographer, a producer - and to break the spell of 'P' words - she is an MC and organiser, both a talent herself and a talent wrangler. She moved to Wellington half a decade ago, from England, via a teaching stint in China and is a full-time…
 
An in-depth conversation with fellow Bob Dylan fan Jonny Potts. Jonny is a comedian, actor, writer and has been a previous guest of the podcast (ep. 31) but here we talk Dylan. That's it. Just Bob. Our tribute conversation on the eve of Bob Dylan's 80th Birthday. For both of us - as is the case for many of you listening no doubt - Bob has been the …
 
An in-depth conversation with Auckland-based singer/songwriter, musician and poet, Caitlin Smith. We talk about songwriting, covers, performing, being legally blind, the towering influence of Leonard Cohen and Joni Mitchell, the brilliance of Joan As Police Woman, the determination and grit to make only great music. Huge conversation. Deep chat.…
 
An in-depth conversation with filmmaker Florian Habicht. We talk about some of his past movies - particularly the doco he made about Pulp. We also plug his brand new film James & Isey, a must see. And talk through his background in film and photography, his childhood, a Queen obsession as a kid and then his Art School years, lighting the spark to m…
 
An in-depth conversation with Mark Rogers - he's a DJ, publicist, promoter, music fan, bookstore owner and raconteur. From Wales, originally, Mark arrived in New Zealand over a decade ago via 20 odd years in London - some of them very odd: seeing Nina Simone live at Ronnie Scott's, meeting Johnny Cash, looking after Joan Baez and Emmylou Harris, co…
 
An in-depth conversation with Matthew Pender - he's the singer of Wellington band Odessa. But our conversation here is mostly about the influence of Prince and our shared Prince fandom; in fact our friendship was formed through mutual Prince appreciation. This conversation is our wee tribute to Prince, marking five years since his death.…
 
An in-depth conversation with the writer and journalist Steve Braunias. We plug his new book of crime reporting, Missing Persons. But we go back to how he fell into writing and talk about his life and work. We talk, too, of other writers; poets, journalists, novelists, the writers that he's met and interviewed, the role models and heroes.…
 
An in-depth conversation with Hawke's Bay jazz singer Margot Pierard. We talk about being born into a musical family and growing up with music as the "sport" in the house. We talk about the great jazz divas and falling under the spell of singers like Nina Simone and Billie Holiday. We talk about performance and anxiety and the barriers to success w…
 
What are the skills needed to tranition from private practice to in-house? What do litigation funders do? And what role does mentoring play in a successful career path? In this episode of the Leading Lawyer Project, we sat down with Siba Diqer, Investment Manager at Litigation Capital Management to explore her exciting and varied career path in the…
 
An in-depth converstion with Mike Blue - aka 'Dr Blue'. We talk about music and poetry and he performs some of each live. We talk about his life in England and the musical and poetry he discovered and saw live over there. Then to his move to NZ - and the Covid Lockdown he experienced in his new home. We talk busking and gigging and a live spent in …
 
For this week’s episode of the Leading Lawyer Project, we spoke with Mark Rigotti about leadership, learning, and how to make sense of 2020. This is the second time I’ve had the privilege of interviewing Mark and I wanted to follow up our interview from mid-2020, which is one of the most downloaded episodes of the podcast. In this episode we explor…
 
An in-depth conversation with actor and singer Mere Boynton. She studied opera and was then cast as Mavis, the karaoke singer in a pivotal scene in NZ classic, Once Were Warriors. Since then she's worked on stage and screen around the country and indeed around the world - with theatre a key passion. She also works in arts administration and has a n…
 
An in-depth conversation with Auckland-based actor, voice talent, DJ, artist, stone carver, glass blower and storyteller Greg Smith. We chart his life as a series of happy accidents moving from one town to another, one girlfriend to another, one story to another - threaded through it a tale of drugs and art and happiness. We talk about his time as …
 
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