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  • A podcast about the history of anaesthesia, the gases we use to put people to sleep, and how the safety of patients became central to a modern speciality.

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  • Reading researcher and author Dr. Mark Seidenberg is joined by Dr. Molly Farry-Thorn and a variety of guests to discuss how to bridge the gaps between researchers and educators—with each meeting focusing on a specific topic. These meetings provide an opportunity for a deeper dive into topics that are complicated and require nuance. Another goal is to model how people who disagree about important issues can communicate and learn from each other. Visit our website (seidenbergreading.net/zoom) and check out @SeidenbergRead on twitter to see what else we are thinking about and to connect with us!

  • Stories from the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park, Tīkapa Moana, Te Moananui-ā-Toi. Hosted by Qiane Matata-Sipu.

  • Journey deep into the heart of the world’s most remote jungles, savannas, tundras, mountains, and deserts with wildlife biologist Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant as she studies wild animals in their natural habitats. Rae and her teams spend years studying these animals – in order to protect their futures. Going Wild with Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant takes you inside their hidden worlds – and the action-packed, suspense-filled adventures of the wildlife conservationists who track them. Hear what it takes to find and save some of the world’s most intriguing and endangered creatures. 
    Explore more at www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/podcasts/going-wild/

  • Vixen Temple is a feminist sex worker from Aotearoa. Your local friendly witch here to explore the sex work industry and social issues through a feminist lens. So grab a cup of tea, and let's burn the patriarchy!

  • In each episode, Dr Michelle Dickinson – aka Nanogirl – will explore the scientific facts behind a story that’s been in the news in New Zealand or around the world, speaking with experts and those who need answers to clarify the facts and debunk the myths.

    We’ll sort through the academic jargon and go behind the headlines to break down complicated scientific data and terminology, and help the general public better understanding issues that could be misinterpreted or form the basis of debate.

  • Inaugural Professorial Lectures, public lectures and events from the Division of Sciences.

  • Talkin After Hours with the Lower Blackwood LCDC is hosted by Jo Wren and Kate Tarrant from the Lower Blackwood LCDC who, each month, will be talking all things Sustainable Ag, bringing you an interesting and informative interview with an expert on a particular farming or landcare topic. The Lower Blackwood LCDC are a not-for-profit, community managed, independent Landcare and sustainable Ag organisation located in the South West of Western Australia.

  • Sharing tips and practical advice on the management of a range of healthcare matters. Take the time with Peter Barron to explore some of the bigger issues around health and wellbeing, in simple easy language we can all understand.

  • Join Malcolm Gladwell, author and host of Revisionist History, as he talks to thought leaders and industry innovators to explore what it means to look at today's most challenging problems in a new way.

  • At the edge of the ocean, all of our senses are engaged—the breeze on our skin, the scent of rotting seaweed, the sparkle of light on the waves. But dive in and things change. In shallow, coastal waters, water is often murky, even opaque. And the deeper you dive, the darker it becomes. It’s probably no surprise then, that for ocean animals, hearing is paramount. And it’s not just so for singing humpback whales. Lobsters, octopuses, fish, and more all use sound to communicate and navigate, to find each other, or to swim the other way.

    Hakai Magazine invites you to join us and listen in under the waves. Discover some of the extraordinary soundscapes scientists are recording, the surprising ways that animals talk and listen, and how the unexpected patches of quiet triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic is driving a new commitment to hushing anthropogenic ocean noise.

  • Get ready for a deep dive into what cybersecurity professionals often refer to as the "8th Layer" of security: HUMANS. This podcast is a multidisciplinary exploration into how the complexities of human nature affect security and risk. Author, security researcher, and behavior science enthusiast Perry Carpenter taps experts for their insights and illumination. Topics include cybersecurity, psychology, behavior science, communication, leadership, and more.

  • The INSPIRE Podcast is brought to you by the INSPIRE Student Journal. We’re dedicated to bringing you the latest research in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine (and everything in-between) from both students and academics in a language everyone can understand.

  • As a leader in dairy hygiene, teat care and animal health, FIL is on a mission to understand and improve farming practices, performance and profitability here in New Zealand.

    Covering critical times of the season, The FIL Your Boots podcast covers a range of useful and interesting topics, from the difference between iodine vs. chlorhexidine teat sprays and reducing the use of antibiotics to tips for treating bloat and where to look in the event of a grade.

    Whether you’re milking the cows or driving the tractor, tune in as FIL chat with industry experts and local farmers to help provide information and different perspectives for boosting the performance of your herd.

    For more information about who we are and what we do, head over to fil.co.nz.

  • AIB AWARD WINNER 2021. Documentary film & podcast series exploring the notion of a Predator Free 2050 in Aotearoa. Made possible by the RNZ/NZOA Innovation Fund.

  • The essence of the work of Kiss the Ground is this deep reverence for life. A conversation about ecology, soil, trees, and all the layers of the biology and living things that contribute to our existence. Interconnection and love of the world. Hosted by Ryland Engelhart www.kisstheground.com​