Mike Murray عمومي
[search 0]
أكثر

تنزيل التطبيق!

show episodes
 
I want people to find my podcast humorous, informative, and most important fun. To provide a short escape for people to check out of their busy life. With thoughts in my mind I hope that people stay in their car a little longer, get a few more minutes of working out or delay taking a lunch break from work to hear my next thought or idea.
 
He's eating it! She's dying! He's BOMBING! For a stand-up comic there's no pain quite like a joke that bombs. Every comic bombs and in Bombing with Mike Dorval we seek to find out WHY! Every week a new comedian joins Mike to dive into the nitty gritty of joke writing. They'll explore the mechanics of crafting of great joke and the agony of a watching a joke they loved, nurtured, and thought would soar come crashing to Earth. It's a deep dive into the agony and ecstasy of writing jokes.
 
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.
 
Loading …
show series
 
New Zealand have a chance for a golden hour on the water in Tokyo today, with three rowing crews in finals, and all of them with a chance at standing on the top spot of the podium. Here's all you need to know about today's action (Friday, 30 July). Kiwis in action today It's time for a strategic long lunch break - clear your schedule from 12.33pm t…
 
Olivia Murray, is the editor at www.SpeakTruthWithoutFear.com author of “Abortion v. Slavery,” and founder of www.lucusa.org She comes on the podcast to discuss working at the local levels in Tucson to bring change, the pushback from Republican RINO’s, her take on the audits, how we both cringe when children are wearing masks, big tech censorship, …
 
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. Britain: 8/10 "Freedom Day looks like it might be leading to something significant. The jury is still out but the Armageddon predicted by the doom merchants is nothing like what's actually happened these past 8 days. Fortune favou…
 
A debate is raging as to whether the actions of the Chinese Government in recent years lead us to question our free trade agreement with them? The questions come about from a talk that former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott gave in the UK. Abbott, who famously signed Australia’s Free Trade Deal with China in 2014, says there is no way he woul…
 
Inland Revenue is under fire, for refusing to release a report into the quality of its tax law. Newstalk ZB has requested the report, which was first commissioned in 2019, but wasn't completed until last month. But the IRD has rejected the request saying releasing the report would undermine the tax law system. But PWC tax law expert Geof Nightingal…
 
National has joined the chorus upset at a recent NCEA report putting Māori knowledge on par with its western counterpart. In a letter to the Listener, a group of lecturers took issue with plans to elevate matauranga Māori - or Maori knowledge - to the level of science in the school curriculum. It has since received a lot of backlash - but National'…
 
The Top Gear trio is hitting the road once again - and maybe even a loch or two as they cross borders into Scotland. Jeremy Clarkson's latest venture Clarkson's Farm, which saw the motoring host turn his hand to running a farm, saw massive success in NZ. And he's about to be back on our screens with a new series of The Grand Tour. The Grand Tour Pr…
 
We are officially into the final and biggest stage of the Covid vaccine rollout. The Government yesterday announced the first segment of people in Group Four were able to get their jab, alongside launching the online booking system. GPs around the country say the Government's credibility is now on the line as to whether it ramps it, considering we …
 
Air New Zealand passengers will soon be chowing down on a new variety of snacks while flying - including popcorn, crisps, muesli bars and chocolate. The new in-flight snacks follow a series of trials from the national airline, with the tests being carried out via trolley signage on Koru Hour flights, Grab & Go snack boxes in its lounges. The trial …
 
There's a proposal to get tourists to Milford Sound on electric buses. The Milford Opportunities Project proposes charging overseas visitors for access permits - but not New Zealanders - on the route between Te Anau and Milford Sound. It also wants the local airport closed and restrictions on cruise ships. Milford Opportunities Governance Group cha…
 
A well-deserved Olympic Gold Medal for Covid-ravaged Fiji. Fiji has proven too good for New Zealand in the Olympic final in Tokyo last night, winning 27-12. Captain Jerry Tuwai says while the gold medal can't make up for a single life lost to the pandemic, it's a particularly special time to win. Former Sevens coach Sir Gordon Tietjens says told Mi…
 
US gymnast Simone Biles has pulled out of the women's gymnastic all-around event. USA Gymnastics posted a statement to Twitter saying: "After a further medical evaluation, Simone Biles has withdrawn from the final individual all-around competition at the Tokyo Olympic Games, in order to focus on her mental health. "Simone will continue to be evalua…
 
The Government has barely made a dent in the money owed in overdue managed isolation fees despite bringing in debt collectors. Newstalk ZB can reveal as of the start of this month, $38 million in MIQ fees remains unpaid - $8m of that is considered overdue. That's close to 10 per cent of the total $100m so far charged to those arriving from overseas…
 
Police are urging senior leaders in the King Cobra and Rebels gangs to hold peace talks and end the conflict before someone gets seriously injured or killed. A turf war between the gangs has led to tit-for-tat violence where homes, cars and businesses have been targeted in drive-by shootings or firebombing with Molotov cocktails. At least 12 attack…
 
Megan Barth is the founder and proprietor of ReaganBabe.com and co-founder of Red Wave America PAC. She is a nationally recognized political commentator and a syndicated radio host. On the podcast we discuss what the real agenda is behind the CDC reinstating mask mandates, how democrats use fear to govern, the crisis going on at the border, who she…
 
An Isis "terrorist" bride and her two children will head to New Zealand from Turkey after the New Zealand Government agreed to their return. A Māori health expert is calling on the Government to "taihoa" (wait) before beginning the general vaccination rollout, with just 10 per cent of vulnerable groups currently fully vaccinated. The Auckland resta…
 
The U.S. military this week has launched additional airstrikes in support of Afghan government forces in their fight against the Taliban, using both conventional warplanes and armed drones, the Pentagon said Tuesday. The strikes, following several conducted last week, indicate stepped up U.S. support after weeks of battlefield gains by the Taliban …
 
We're used to perfection from Simone Biles but the American superstar sparked concerns on Tuesday night when she pulled out just minutes into the women's team gymnastics final in Tokyo. The USA started on the vault – the place Biles has gone where nobody ever has before with the incredible Yurchenko double pike – but the four-time gold medallist ba…
 
There is confidence in the Group 4 vaccination rollout. People aged 60 plus can now book an appointment to get jabbed, despite many in Group 3 who are yet to receive theirs. Invitations open to those over 45 from mid to late August, and mid to late September for people 35 plus. Otago University infectious diseases expert David Murdoch told Mike Hos…
 
Researchers are calling for age restrictions on TikTok after a study showing positive portrayals of e-cigarettes and vaping. The research coming out the University of Queensland found that there were over 800 vape videos viewed more than one point five billion times just in the month of November last year, and 63 percent of them were portraying it …
 
The police union is calling on a judge to hand down a tough sentence to the man who shot dead a young constable reflecting the "condemnation New Zealanders expect". Eli Sauni Bob Epiha, 25, brutally gunned down two unarmed police officers during a routine West Auckland traffic stop in June last year. He admitted murdering Constable Matthew Hunt and…
 
There are two reasons why we should probably stop pretending we are looking to save the world through things like carbon emissions targets. 1) Because no one else is doing their part. The IEA this week have already told us that in 2023 the planet will be producing record CO2 emissions, in other words doing exactly the opposite of what we are suppos…
 
While most French health care workers are vaccinated against the coronavirus, a small but vocal minority is holding out. With infections exploding, a new law requiring them to get the shots is exposing the divide. The French government, which has declared that the nation has officially entered its "fourth wave" of the pandemic, pushed the law manda…
 
By RNZ Seattle-based entrepreneur Dan Price hit headlines around the world in 2015 when he slashed his own salary by $1 million so he could start paying all his employees a minimum salary of $70,000. The chief executive of Gravity Payments received plenty of praise for the move as well as a raft of criticism, with Price coming under fire from right…
 
New Zealand’s first medal in the Tokyo Olympics has come courtesy of 23-year-old Hayden Wilde in the triathlon. It was an emotional moment for the Whakatāne athlete, who dedicated the win to his late father. His family were equally as happy, watching on from the Whakatāne Sportfishing Club, and Hayden’s brother Hamish told Mike Hosking he was alway…
 
There's belief the Government's unwillingness to pay more towards housing has put more children on the breadline. A new Child Poverty Action Group report estimates an extra 18,000 children have been pushed into poverty, since the first lockdown. That's an increase of about ten per cent. Report co-author Leah Bain told Mike Hosking it's due to polit…
 
There are suggestions that New Zealand wouldn't necessarily be safer if Suhayra Aden was left overseas. The 26-year-old, who has links to ISIS, is being let back into the country with her two young children, after being held in a Turkish immigration detention centre She had dual New Zealand/Australian citizenship, but Canberra tore up her passport …
 
My Food Bag may be able to thank Covid for its increased popularity, but it seems to be keeping that popularity based on the product itself. The company saw a real spike in demand when the country was in lockdown, as having food delivered was the preferred option than being around a whole lot of people in a supermarket. And some of that demand has …
 
The world's top athletes are starting younger and competing for longer. New Zealand's Erika Fairweather made it through to yesterday's women's 400 metre freestyle final at just 17 years old, coming up against a 14-year-old Canadian. And a 13-year-old has beaten a 16-year-old and another 13-year-old to women's skateboarding gold. Sport and Exercise …
 
The National Party is calling on the Government to come clean on the number of state houses it's delivered. Data, provided through parliamentary questions, reveal that of the 7,934 public homes added by the Government, only 3,716 are new. National housing spokeperson Nicola Willis told Mike Hosking Labour's being misleading.’ “The rest have been bo…
 
Zach Thompson, a 3x wrestling state placer at St. Edward’s High School in Lakewood, Ohio, a 4 year college starter, and 12th on the all time win list at Iowa State University. He comes on the podcast to discuss not starting wrestling until 8th grade, his reaction losing to Jeff Knupp in the 1994 dual meet with Walsh Jesuit, training with Joe Hesket…
 
Covid nerves have been replaced with competition nerves at the Tokyo Olympic village. Despite the odd cases, there hasn’t been a major concern in the Olympic Village. Some of the sports may not have been missing that pre-Covid atmosphere either. In the rowing, New Zealand is still in with a chance of the medals. Skateboarding and surfing also had t…
 
Children's accents may be changing based on their favourite TV Show. Some US parents believe due to an increased use of TV over the pandemic, they've been seeing a sudden rise in their kids replicating the accents of programmes they're watching. New York University research has showed kids are developing British accents after a glut of Peppa Pig wa…
 
The world could have lessons to learn from how Covid-19 is being contained at the Tokyo Olympic Games. Strict measures are in place for all events. That includes for the New Zealanders back in action today -- in the swimming, rowing, sailing, surfing, hockey, triathlon, shooting, rugby sevens, tennis and cycling. Dave Gerrard, who's part of the Int…
 
A struggling hotel owner says ACT's private MIQ policy would help out the industry. The proposal would allow vaccinated travellers to pay for private MIQ at mothballed hotels. All staff would have to be vaccinated, and regular saliva testing would have to take place at any hotel that wanted to sign up for it. Leader David Seymour says it would help…
 
A woman in her 30s who died of coronavirus in Sydney over the weekend has been identified as a 38-year-old Brazilian national with no pre-existing medical conditions. Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced the death on Sunday and extended her condolences to the woman's family. "I want to extend my heartfelt condolences to those families, the loved on…
 
Authorities are on high alert this morning after a Sydney man repeatedly broke NSW's tough Covid rules to fly to Queensland, putting the Sunshine State at risk. The man has emerged as the "missing link" to a Qantas flight attendant who has tested positive to the Delta strain. The Sydneysider flew to Queensland despite not being permitted to leave S…
 
The housing sector's economic impact appears to be going from strength to strength. A report commissioned by the Property Council reveals it makes up 15 percent of our total GDP, making it the country's biggest industry. It also shows growth ballooned to $19.6 billion between 2009 and 2019. Property Council Chief Executive Leonie Freeman told Mike …
 
Another business has fallen victim to Auckland's City Rail Link work. The owner of Da Vinci's Italian Restuarant in Albert St says construction of the 4.4 billion dollar rail project has been so disruptive, it's left him with no choice but to close. Parliamentary questions also show Small Business Minister Stuart Nash, hasn't requested advice about…
 
Moriah Hunter known as the “Seeing Eye Brunette” is a farmer, mother, and wife. She comes on the podcast to discuss getting introduced into wranglin cattle by her husband who only has 20% of his vision, how her business has changed since the pandemic, being a FARMLEBRITY, how rural Kentucky where she lives is becoming not so rural, and my suggestio…
 
I’m next scheduled to share breakfast with you in mid-October, when Hosking’s on holiday. According to my abacus, at least fifty per cent of the population should be fully vaccinated by then. There will be hell to pay if the government fails to hit those targets, given the dawdling progress to date, we’re a sitting duck. Delta is doing its damndest…
 
A cool body will create a cooler head which will hopefully deliver the coolest of performances at the Tokyo Olympics for canoe slalomist Luuka Jones The 32-year-old's at her fourth Games, this time competing in both the C1 and K1 disciplines after taking silver in the latter at Rio. Jones says that's been the key area of adaptability into a Japanes…
 
The decision to reduce capacity for a new stadium in Christchurch -- could result in a drop public confidence in the council. A majority of councillors decided yesterday to lower the number of seats of a new multipurpose, covered stadium from 30-thousand to 25-thousand. That's after they were advised the stadium was over budget by about 130-million…
 
We seem to be ending the week much as it began, with Harry Tam. Jacinda seems to trust me. Why wouldn’t you? You may well have seen the video that’s doing the rounds of Harry Tam. Wearing his Mongrel Mob patch, revving up his fellow Mobsters to vote Labour in September. There’s expletives and a Nazi victory salute thrown in for good measure. The su…
 
The International Olympic Committee says it will take an "Armageddon" to cancel the Tokyo Games. The games' opening ceremony will be held tonight. Among other competitors, New Zealand's men's and women's football teams have already begun competition, while our rowers will get their first go on the water later this morning. IOC member Dick Pound tol…
 
There is a hint of a full pause of the Trans-Tasman bubble. An automated message on Air New Zealand's general inquiry line says the government had announced an extended pause on quarantine-free travel from Australia. Cabinet met yesterday afternoon to discuss the worsening situation in Australia and an announcement is expected today. Auckland Unive…
 
Human rights advocates say throwing asylum seekers in Mount Eden prison is wholly inappropriate. An independent review has been commissioned by the Government to see if the practice of detaining asylum seekers in prison can be tidied up. It follows an Amnesty International report which has revealed 86 people have been put in prison in the last five…
 
If I can be so immodest, New Zealand’s second largest city is the sporting powerhouse of the nation, and Christchurch is still bereft of a half-decent stadium. That godforsaken piecemeal set up in Addington, Orangetheory, is the stadium equivalent of a freedom camp. It was only meant to be short-lived, but is now a manky, rag-tag overstayer. Positi…
 
Aotearoa’s Dub & Bass heavy-weights, the space-weaving SALMONELLA DUB, are heading out on the road with a run of spring shows nationwide, across September, October, November and December this year. Delivering what promises to be a phenomenal two-hour multimedia dance floor set of the Dub’s classics, alongside a bag of new tunes from their forthcomi…
 
There’s no question that the Police Minister’s appearance on the programme yesterday was an epic fail. And the fallout has been immense, with calls for the Minister to be sacked. I really wanted to know why she was so dead against those Armed Response Teams. What had stiffened her spine. Let alone her never never opposition to the general arming of…
 
Loading …

دليل مرجعي سريع

حقوق الطبع والنشر 2021 | خريطة الموقع | سياسة الخصوصية | شروط الخدمة
Google login Twitter login Classic login