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19 minutes | Apr 3, 2022
Welcome to Monday - 4th April 2022
On this Episode of Welcome to Monday Tim discusses his new job at Niu FM and his journey towards the ultimate goal We talk about Will Smith and Chris Rock and why violence aint it Sonic 2 review as well as Jim Carrey vs Adam Sandler
19 minutes | Mar 28, 2022
Welcome Back to Mondays - 28 March 2022
We are back!! With a full run down of what ive been up to and whats about to go down!
24 minutes | Dec 29, 2021
Thankful Thursday - New Years
Timmy and Moze talk about 2021 and the future plans for 2022!
14 minutes | Dec 25, 2021
Pinky Promise - Taha Tinana
Pinky Promise is about making pinky promises with themselves and each other to make sure they self-care and look out for one another and their wellness, paying attention to the Māori philosophy of the four pou of Hau Ora, Hinengaro (Mental wellbeing) Taha Wairua (spiritual wellbeing), Taha Tinana (Exercise & physical health), Taha whanau (Social wellbeing relationships and friendships). Taha tinana is your physical wellbeing. It is about how your body grows, feels and moves, and how you care for it. Nourishing and strengthening your physical wellbeing helps you to cope with the ups and downs and life. Feeling physically well helps you feel mentally well. Some key things to take care of taha tinana are physical activity, healthy eating, sleep and not smoking. To strengthen your taha tinana, consider making a commitment with your whānau, friends or hoamahi (colleagues) to pick one thing you could each do to improve your physical wellbeing. It could be supporting one another to quit smoking, go for a walk together at lunchtime or before or after work, adding one fruit or vegetable to each meal or going to bed at the same time each night. Start small and encourage each other to keep working at it! For some ideas, find out more about the benefits of physical activity and how to incorporate it into each day. Our section on healthy eating has loads of ideas about how you can make sure you are nourishing your taha tinana and that of your whānau members every day. If you’re having trouble with your sleep, our sleep tips can help you get the shut-eye you need. And if you’re a smoker, quitting smoking is the best thing you can do to help your taha tinana.
23 minutes | Dec 25, 2021
Thankful Thursday - Christmas
On this episode Timmy and Moze Talk about Christmas and what they are thankful for the most! Hope you guys have an amazing Christmas
14 minutes | Dec 19, 2021
Pinky Promise - Taha Hinengaro
Pinky Promise is about making pinky promises with themselves and each other to make sure they self-care and look out for one another and their wellness, paying attention to the Māori philosophy of the four pou of Hau Ora, Hinengaro (Mental wellbeing) Taha Wairua (spiritual wellbeing), Taha Tinana (Exercise & physical health), Taha whanau (Social wellbeing relationships and friendships). Taha hinengaro (mental and emotional wellbeing) Taha hinengaro is your mind, heart, conscience, thoughts and feelings. It’s about how you feel, as well as how you communicate and think. Taking care of taha hinengaro is important for everyone, regardless of whether or not you’ve experienced mental illness or distress. When taha hinengaro is strong, you can better cope with life’s challenges. You can express your feelings and reach out for support from friends, whānau and hoamahi (colleagues) if you need to. Some surprising lifestyle choices can get in the way of having healthy taha hinengaro. For example, what you eat affects your taha hinengaro. Eating some foods can improve your mood and mental wellbeing, while other foods can have a negative impact on how you feel. That means you can improve your taha hinengaro by making small changes to your diet. (And luckily, the same eating habits that keep you mentally well are those that support your taha tinana too.) Find out more about food and mood. How much you move also affects your taha hinengaro. Physical activity not only appears to reduce the symptoms and frequency of depression but, better still, reduces the risk of becoming depressed at all! Read more about how physical activity affects mental health. Drinking alcohol can lift your mood with the first glass, but too much alcohol too often can be a downer for taha hinengaro. Find out how alcohol affects your brain and mood. Learning how to manage stress also supports taha hinengaro. Stress is your body’s natural reaction to a threat or an excess demand. Some stress is good for you and helps motivate you to get something done. But when you are under too much stress for too long, it affects your taha hinengaro. Learning how to manage stress is a key life skill. Find out more about managing stress in your life generally and managing stress at work. What small step would you like to take to improve your taha hinengaro?
16 minutes | Dec 12, 2021
Pinky Promise: Taha whānau (family wellbeing)
On this Bonus episode in collaboration with Mahi Tahi Trust and the Pinky Promise We discover what the Whare Tapa Wha is and talk abotu Taha Whanau and why it is so important as well as some ideas on how to strengthen your pou
22 minutes | Dec 8, 2021
Thankful Thursday #35 - Fridays
45 minutes | Dec 7, 2021
Bring back to Rubix Report with Rubix
On this episode of the podcast we bring back Guest #1 our very first guest on the podcast Rueben AKA RUBIX to talk about video games coming out for christmas and the best strategies to get a new console. We talk about games to get your partner if they are into this and just where he sees gaming going in the future.
30 minutes | Dec 1, 2021
Thankful Thursday #34 - Creativity
71 minutes | Nov 30, 2021
Avontales with Melodownz
Avondale MC Melodownz spits rhymes quicker than his smooth melodies and jumps in and out of reggae, hip hop and soul elements. He’s become an urban poet, telling the stories of his hardships and shedding a light on his cultural upbringing. And he does most of it right out of his bedroom. Avondale MC, rapper and poet Melodownz (Bronson Price) started his career in his West Auckland bedroom, composing reggae-tinged hip hop rhymes and raps inspired by his Samoan/Pākehā upbringing, and his community. His 2017 single '$on of a Queen', off album Avontales, has since clocked up close to a million views on YouTube. In 2019 Melodownz released 'No Mercy', featuring American hip hop artist Denzel Curry, followed by summery single 'Fine' in 2020. Price said that the song was about his need for self-affirmation. Melodownz was awarded Most Promising Artist at the 2019 New Zealand Pacific Music Awards.
21 minutes | Nov 28, 2021
Welcome to Monday - 29th November 2021
21 minutes | Nov 24, 2021
Thankful Thursday #33 - Youtube University
73 minutes | Nov 23, 2021
282 NuaFire Mixtape with Nua Finau
A proud Tongan, born and raised in Aotearoa NZ, Nua is a family man and has been working in film and television in NZ for over 15 years. He is a writer and producer on Panthers, a television drama series now in development. He was a co-writer for Jonah, a NZ television drama series about rugby legend Jonah Lomu and produced Baby Mama’s Club 2, a popular web-series. He is currently writing and producing his first feature film Dox, which has received development funding. Koe tau taimi eni. Ko e ‘Otua mo Tonga ko hoku Tofi’a.
27 minutes | Nov 22, 2021
Welcome to Monday 22nd November - Kumara edition
54 minutes | Nov 18, 2021
Cybertron Sausage with Nortallica
On this episode of the Podcast we talk with TikTok Legend Nortallica about his Sausage Journey and what hes found being creative on the platform, We talk about his growth and how he uses analytics in his craft. I also talk to him around the science.
23 minutes | Nov 17, 2021
Thankful Thursday #32 - Emails
67 minutes | Nov 15, 2021
Return of the King with Kings
Kings is a pretty big deal. The New Zealand rapper/producer/songwriter has grown to become one of his home country's biggest names not just in hip-hop but full-stop, blossoming into one of the country's many heavy-hitters with his 2016 break-out single Don't Worry 'Bout It. Since then, KINGS has dropped three albums (2017's Chapter One, then 2018's Two and LOV3 & 3GO), has mustered up tens of millions of streams and taken home a collection of Pacific Music Awards (nine) and Vodafone Music Awards (13), positioning the rapper as a force within the New Zealand music scene that now, is looking outwards. In 2019, with a new album ready to go, Kings is setting himself up for international domination, kicking off with Australia. He's crossed the Tasman to play MTV's refreshed reboot of TRL and is set to return soon for a round of Australian shows yet to be announced, but first comes Flex - his most addictive single to date, and the one that gives Kings his biggest chance of international cross-over to date. Flex is refreshingly fun and filled with energy, taking a bounce-filled production reminiscent of something by Timbaland or Pharrell and giving it an authentically Kings boost, aided by producer and longtime collaborator 10A. "I’ve got a lot to prove with this record. I worked closely with 10A (producer) to make sure that we got shit that bangs," he says on the track, and with its arrival, it's clear he's pulled it off. It's a strong entry point into Kings' music if you're yet to be acquainted - or a knock-out-the-park for the rapper if you've been a long-time fan - and with plenty more to come before the year's out, dive into Flex below, with a tasty little introduction to a name bound to be one of New Zealand's biggest.
58 minutes | Nov 11, 2021
New Holla Hour with DJ Sir Vere #2
On this episode of the Podcast, We talk with DJ Sir-Vere aka Philip Bell has been a pioneer and champion of hip-hop music in New Zealand across a range of roles, including performing as DJ Sir-Vere. As Head of Urban Music and Artists and Repertoire for BMG NZ, he propelled New Zealand urban music into the mainstream by signing artists such as DLT and Che-Fu. He hosted the Trueschool Hip Hop Show on 95bFM and the show ‘Wreckognize’ on MTV, and is currently Programme Director of Mai FM. He ran several International Turntable Federation competitions and was involved in the Aotearoa Hip Hop Summit. His ‘Major Flavours’ compilation album series has helped showcase local talent internationally. He instigated the charity single ‘Think Twice’, was involved with the Spark Boroughs Project to build community basketball courts, and contributed to Auckland Museum’s Volume exhibition.
19 minutes | Nov 10, 2021
Thankful Thursday #31 - Being Reliable
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