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Welcome to Kiwi Yarns - those yarns you have where you sit down, put the kettle on, pour a whiskey or crack open a beer I honestly don't mind. Anyway! We're sitting down and we’re yarning to some great New Zealanders, their back stories, their front stories, even stories where they went sideways, we will go there. It’s a place where we celebrate the great people of this glorious nation.
 
Headscarves and Good Yarns is all about celebrating the differences we have in our community. Even though we all look, think and speak differently to each other we all call Aotearoa our home so tune in and find hear the stories of many different kiwis. We also navigate those uncomfortable conversations around race that we just need to have sometimes. Hope you guys tune in!
 
Have you ever secretly wished that you could grab a drink with your horse's vet to ask your most burning questions and hear the latest and greatest in the equine medical world? Welcome to The Barn Yarn, a podcast which brings you the inside scoop from equine professionals on what's new and has them excited. But with engaging stories from a day in the life of a vet, The Barn Yarn is full of all the fun and laughs as a chat with your best friend. The Barn Yarn is brought to you by Stable Selec ...
 
The podcast for those who like their knitting, yarn and comedy in equally large measures. Hosted by UK knitter Jo Milmine, there are regular interviews with all your favourite designers and dyers. Get the latest knitting news, yarn and pattern book reviews, show updates along with local yarn shop visits and knitting related travel. Business minded? Enjoy the interviews with knitting and yarn entrepreneurs for top tips and inspiration on making it in the industry. Enjoy the finest funny knitt ...
 
In this podcast we talk all things vegan by bringing you and discussing a different topic each week. Veganism is so much more than just food and we will unpack different aspects of this lifestyle and shed some light on the good, the bad and the ugly. We intend to keep our views free from bias and just say things as they are or as we see it! If you would like us to discuss a particular topic, or have any comments, flick us an email at veganyarns@gmail.com.
 
Peter Strachan is a capital markets veteran, resources analyst and lover of the oil, gas and energy game. Prior to moving into the finance sphere in 1983, Peter completed a Bachelor of Science in Metallurgy and Geology at University of Melbourne and after travelling the hippy trail, worked in Zambia and PNG as a metallurgist and as a business analyst in Melbourne with CRA, now Rio Tinto. Since 2003, Peter has been the brains behind the popular weekly “StockAnalysis” investment letter. Puttin ...
 
#happydaysalways is the aim here. To appreciate the good you need a reference to what bad is. I believe that no one human experience is of more or lesser value than another.. we all learn via trial and error so feel free to come and spin some yarns with me about the bad so we can all strive to be great again <3 Peace and Light to ya-GWH
 
Welcome to the Wild Yarn Shop! A magical yarn shop which becomes the perfect yarn shop to whomsoever steps through its doors. All your favourite yarns are there, you could run into anyone and whatever tutorial you like will be running. So pull up to enjoy a lovely time at the yarn shop :) Please like, subscribe and share! Thank you :D And there’s a lovely website www.knitknitwild.co.uk with companion blog posts for each episode with links to whatever we’ve mentioned. Find me on instagram @kn ...
 
Documentaries, short stories and dramas - Whether we're spinning yarns or unraveling them, Yarn is all about good storytelling. Episodes can be standalone or part of a series and are told in the genre best suited to the story we want to tell. The hallmark of a Yarn story is clear writing, immersive sound design and music, intimate narration and engaging voice acting. www.yarnpodcast.com Twitter @YarnStoryPod
 
Capital Yarns is an experiment in storytelling developed by Sean Costello. He invites social media users to nominate three items for him to weave into a short fictional story set in Canberra, capital of Australia. Previous yarns are available to read at http://www.capitalyarns.com.au. Visit to request your own! This podcast features audio versions of the yarns read by Sean's friends and family including Melanie Skinner and Peter Heweston.
 
Great guests from the yarn industry, wonderful conversation, and PRIZES...it doesn't get much better than this. Join MARLY BIRD, the first crochet podcaster on iTunes, as she hosts a live show every TUESDAY and THURSDAY mornings. The show is and always has been a crochet and knitting podcast since 2007. Find Show Notes, Free Patterns, Class Schedule and my Blog at www.marlybird.com
 
Unreal stories from real people every week. Good Yarns is your weekly storytelling podcast with guests sharing outreagous, interesting and often funny stories from their life. Everyone has at least one good story and each week Shad Wicka finds a new guest with a crazy Yarn to tell. Good Yarns. Stories and Banter, No Knitting. If you think YOU have a Good Yarn to share. Hit up Shad on instagram @wickedshad or go to www.shadwicka.com
 
Australia is full of diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nations. From Bunuba to Wiradjuri, palawa to Kala Lagaw Ya, every mob has its own language and unique culture. Each episode of Little Yarns will take you on a journey to a different nation to learn a first word on Country. We’ll travel south across the Tasman Sea to lutruwita (Tasmania) and learn about the mums of palawa country. Look out for crocs in Wadjigany, while we find out about the seasons in Batjamalh language. And k ...
 
What does it mean to have it all? Each of us have a different answer to that question. No matter how we each define 'having it all' or how we go about achieving it, love is a key ingredient. The Made with love Experiment is an ongoing conversation with different artisans and small business owners to discover and discuss what it means to have it all.
 
In each episode of the Creative Yarn Entrepreneur Show, you’ll find great ideas for launching, managing, and evolving your indie yarn-related business, and tips for keeping yourself creative, productive, and sane. Share the unique joys and challenges of being an indie in the yarn industry, whether you’re a crochet or knitting author, blogger, designer, maker, podcaster, publisher, teacher, or tech editor; a yarn dyer or spinner; or the owner of any other indie business based around yarn. Top ...
 
Welcome to the NSW Aboriginal Land Council’s ‘A Cuppa and a Yarn’ Podcast! Each week NSWALC sits down for a Cuppa and a Yarn with members of the Land Rights network, its supporters and contributors to Australia’s rich cultural history. You’ll laugh, cry and be inspired by each individual tale as we delve into the big issues, history and the personal journeys of our incredible guests.
 
Ripping Yarns from History! Here you will find great stories from history retold in podcasts for your enjoyment. I am not an historian, just someone who loves history and a real good yarn.The podcasts you find here are based upon real events and real people. I will do my best to ensure historical accuracy, but remember, you should always do your own research! All Ripping Yarns from History podcasts are G rated and suitable for students.
 
Follow the journey of Giselle and Clif, a couple living aboard their sailboat, Sedna, as they embark on their first ocean passage. Get a glimpse of life at sea from the saltiest of sailors, to the greenest of pollywogs. Listen to a narrative of a ever-present, nomadic culture that follows the wind.
 
If you love camping, 4wding and adventure, then this is the Podcast for you. Join Dave from Outdoor Camping Disorder, Graham from Green Frog Adventures and Matt from Live2Camp Australia as they discuss all the best campgrounds, latest camping gear and everything adventure. This podcast will have you packing your bags in no time and heading on your next family adventure! Matt - https://www.live2camp.com.au/ Dave - https://outdoorcampingdisorder.com/ Graham - http://greenfrogadventures.ht.dsti ...
 
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In this episode, Erin and Philip Stead take us behind the scenes of AMOS MCGEE MISSES THE BUS, a companion to their 2011 Caldecott Medal-winning book, A SICK DAY FOR AMOS MCGEE. This is part two of a two-part series. This episode is sponsored by Breathing New Life Into Book Clubs, written by Sonja Cherry-Paul and Dana Johansen and published by Hein…
 
In this episode of The Barn Yarn, we welcome guest Dr. Erin Trawick-Smith who talks about Cushing's Disease in horses. The Barn Yarn is sponsored by Stable Select, an online equine community which revolutionizes the process of connecting equine trainers to students and horse farms to horse owners.Di Stable Select
 
With the theme of take the time to kōrero, Mental Health Awareness Week is all about having those conversations. Amal navigates what that means for her as a Somali/Kiwi, tips to have good yarns and why it's important.We also unpack women's rights, free will and fate from an islamic POV. We also talk about grievability of women in the media. This sh…
 
WARNING: This episode discusses suicide and mental illness. It’s an absolute honour to speak to today’s guest - the 2021 Young New Zealander of the Year, Jazz Thornton. Jazz is a Mental Health activist, a TV and Film director, an author, not to mention a beautiful young woman who puts her heart and soul into everything she does. She is a shining li…
 
A short podcast talking about the last five skeins in the yarn wash up, and my recent spinning. I mention fiber from a Phatt fiber box, they can be found here. The other fiber I have been spinning awhile is from Hobby Lobby. I finally looked it up online and can provide a link. I am spinning Yarn Bee Showstopper in the Winter Solstice colorway.…
 
We have established by now that plastic is a real problem. But how do we solve this issues? The problem isn't all plastic, it's the single use plastic that's the issue. In this episode we discuss the five R's - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Repurpose, and Refuse. We talk in depth about recycling and why only 9% of plastic gets recycled. We also give you …
 
Welcome to episode nine of The Mother Yarns! In this episode we’re talking about influencing. As you probably know, Emily hates influencing and Rebecca is an influencer. God it’s weird to talk about ourselves in the third person. Anyway, together, in this ep, we try to work out whether ethical influencing is a thing. We also share what we have lear…
 
Honestly, if you don’t walk away from today’s episode with a cup so full it’s overflowing, I’ll give you your money back (lol). Seriously though, this young woman is such a beautiful soul, an amazing role model and someone pretty brave to open up and share her story - the good, the bad, the funny and the sad. Jess Quinn has achieved so much, and ca…
 
We've all heard why plastic use is bad. But just how bad is it? And how bad is it for the marine life? Plastic has revolutionized our society, so much so, that seeing life without plastic seems impossible. In this episode we discuss the plastic problem, why plastic is so important for humanity but also detrimental at the same time. We give you some…
 
After I spin a skein of yarn, it needs to be washed. I put this off until I have enough to take several days of washing. I also talk about doing a burn test on fiber to determine the fiber content. One was a very big surprise! The flow chart I was using for this burn test can be found here. My pack of luxury fibers contained white angora and it is …
 
Welcome to episode seven of The Mother Yarns. You’ll love this one. Ever thought about who the voice of Covid 19 is? Moana Ete (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Wheke, Rāpaki and Savai’I Samoa) is a powerhouse performer - a gifted storyteller, singer, lyricist and musician, and an incredible director and actor. She's also the voice of Covid 19. You'll have heard h…
 
In this episode, Erin and Philip Stead take us behind the scenes of their Caldecott Medal Winning book, A SICK DAY FOR AMOS MCGEE. This is part one of a two-part series. This episode is sponsored by Breathing New Life Into Book Clubs, written by Sonja Cherry-Paul and Dana Johansen and published by Heinemann.…
 
Ever heard of Reductionism or Reducetarian? You may be one yourself. In a nutshell reductionism is reducing the consumption of animal products. This on the surface sounds like a great thing to do. But recently, it's been getting a lot of stick (from vegans themselves!). In this episode we discuss what reductionism is, and what the impact of this is…
 
We have two guests who are multi-sport legends. Simone Maier (2x Coast to Coast Longest Day Winner) and Emily Wilson (2019 GODZone winner with Simone) have had their fair share of success in endurance and adventure racing - their mental toughness, grit and determination is very inspiring. How cool then, that Simone and Emily have decided to pass on…
 
This podcast is for the week of Sept 5th, and talks about prepping cormo fiber for the dyepot, and spinning a merino silk bamboo blend. I also refer to two past podcasts so here are the links: Episode 38 talks about buying a fleece. Episode 39 talks about buying non wool fibers and how to store all fibers. Also the ghost story that I wrote is at th…
 
Paul Roser: - Grew up in Broken Hill - Moved to Tamworth at a young age - Studied Commerce at University of NSW - Met his future wife Kim while working - Got married and started working at American Golf Supplies (Ping Australia) - Met and spent time with Karsten Solheim - Has known the Solheim family for 30 years - Has been an integral part of the …
 
Welcome to episode six of The Mother Yarns. We’re looking back at our conception stories and sharing the most beautiful and horrific stories from our listeners. You will not believe the places people have had sex… And how many people don’t know what pre-cum is. B tells a story Jared’s family will be horrified to hear. She’s never said it before. Co…
 
Today’s guest is the remarkable young woman Siobhan Terry, and I think we’ll all have to keep an eye on her as she’s destined for big things. Siobhan has just featured on the global stage as part of a series called “We The 15”, which is sport’s biggest ever human rights movement to end discrimination. It aims to transform the lives of the world’s 1…
 
Diabetes is one of the biggest killers in the world. No wonder it's called the "Silent Killer". Over 400 million people in the world have diabetes. In this episode, we discuss what diabetes is, what are the different types of diabetes and how you can get diabetes. There are many different factors that can affect the chances of you getting diabetes,…
 
A catch up podcast talking about Stashdash, the state fair and a black and white Shetland fleece. Stashdash is a challenge created by the podcast TheKnitGirlls. The young spinner I mention in the state fair has grown up and now has her own fiber business at Cedar Ridge Fiber Farm. If you would like to see the daily streams I did during Tour de Flee…
 
Welcome to episode five of The Mother Yarns! We take on all of the myths you hear as a mum. We talk about what we did and didn’t know before having a baby. We also ask: What works? What doesn’t? We talk about old wives’ tales, the golden era of amber beads, osteopaths for sleep and colic, and cabbage leaves - with many other tangents. Content warni…
 
This week Amal chats to Lily and this episode goes to all wonderful, challenging places! From talking about racism to sexism, unpacking the role media + journalism have in our society, to how to rear how hypothetical children in a sexualised world and finally reviewing Lily's thoughts on NZ as a pacific nation.This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM…
 
Today’s guest is a very special young woman called Lizzie McKay who works at Cystic Fibrosis New Zealand. Lizzie is about to embark on "Sweatember" which is all about challenging Kiwis to commit to any sweaty activity throughout the month of September to get fit and raise money for New Zealanders living with cystic fibrosis. Lizzie herself has been…
 
In this episode, author Sara Pennypacker takes us behind the scenes of her book PAX, JOURNEY HOME This episode is sponsored by SHARING BOOKS, TALKING SCIENCE: EXPLORING SCIENTIFIC CONCEPTS WITH CHILDREN'S LITERATURE, written by Valerie Bang-Jensen and Mark Lubkowitz and published by Heinemann.Di Travis Jonker and Colby Sharp
 
Ever been shopping and picked up a product and thought - "I have no idea if this is plant based". This can be a daily struggle. It is very hard to know if certain ingredients are plant based or not. More so, a lot of information on a food label is misleading and is there to only draw your attention. In this episode, we go through step by step how t…
 
Hello! Welcome to episode five of The Mother Yarns. In this episode we speak to Alison James. She gave birth last year in lockdown level four. We asked her to share the story of her son’s birth. Please be aware - some parts of it are quite upsetting, but it’s also an uplifting and I think inspiring story of love and community. Last year, I (Emily) …
 
Today’s guest is world champion mixed martial artist Michelle Montague. An amazing story about how she literally discovered MMA on YouTube - and is now traveling the world representing her country! Michelle grew up on a farm in Matamata, has played rugby since she was four and almost became a police officer. A really fascinating chat about the stre…
 
Transitioning into a plant based diet can be overwhelming. What foods do I replace meat and dairy with? Will I still get all the nutrients? In the episode we talk about 10 foods that every kitchen must have. We have tried to make sure we cover off all the important nutrients! Note: This podcast is made for entertainment purposes only, and should no…
 
In this episode we speak to Jane*. Jane’s daughter M. came to her about a year ago, when she was seven, and said "[I] didn’t want to be a boy all the time”. Prior to that she had said she didn’t feel like she had a gender. This is Jane’s story of how they handled this as a family who didn’t know much about what it is to be transgender or much about…
 
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