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Join The Spinoff's politics editor Toby Manhire every month as he leads a panel discussing the political movements of the past four weeks

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Join The Spinoff's politics editor Toby Manhire every month as he leads a panel discussing the political movements of the past four weeks

    Gone By Lunchtime: positive, factual, robust, stable, genius

    Gone By Lunchtime: positive, factual, robust, stable, genius

    Toby Manhire, Annabelle Lee and Ben Thomas are back to kick off the election year with Winston, roads, and serious fraud charges. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 57 min
    The Spinoff presents SUPERPOD 2019

    The Spinoff presents SUPERPOD 2019

    Join various hosts of The Spinoff podcasts Gone by Lunchtime, On The Rag, The Real Pod, Paper Cuts, The Offspin, and Dietary Requirements as we look back at the car crash that was 2019.


    In this special end of year podcast hosted by Leonie Hayden, we dissect the country's response to national disasters, the highs and lows of MAFS, international literary scandals, the madness and tragedy of the 2019 Cricket World Cup, Mad Chapman's Pulitzer Prize-winning chip ranking and more, plus we add our entries to the official The Spinoff 2019 Honours and Dishonours board.
    Pour yourself a Baileys and settle in.


    Check out more of our podcasts here including the pop up pod The Spinoff Book Out Loud (The Spinoff Book is available in stores now). If you want to continue to support the work we do, behind the mic or on the site, check out The Spinoff Members, where you can support independent media for as a little as a dollar a week! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 1h 9 min
    Politics podcast: live from the Gone by Lunchtime Christmas party

    Politics podcast: live from the Gone by Lunchtime Christmas party

    This month on the politics podcast it's the Gone by Lunchtime Christmas Party and Toby's brought a baggie of oregano. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 51 min
    Politics podcast: Peter Jackson is not the mayor of Wellington

    Politics podcast: Peter Jackson is not the mayor of Wellington

    But he did play a crucial role in helping Andy Foster knock over Justin Lester. Team Gone By Lunchtime size up the local elections, gaze plaintively at the dramas in the NZ First Party, and ask how bad the new poll is for Jacinda Ardern. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 42 min
    Politics podcast special: Livin’ la vida local

    Politics podcast special: Livin’ la vida local

    Area man Hayden Donnell joins Toby Manhire for a bonus edition of Gone By Lunchtime, leading a whistlestop tour of the local elections.


    Fresh from an assignment in the Far North, the mayor of the Spinoff’s local elections pop-up section, Hayden Donnell, takes us on a journey from Kaikohe to Dunedin, stopping along the way in Hamilton, Auckland and Porirua.


    And he gets fired up. Fired up for democracy.


    Guest starring Tina Tiller.


    The Spinoff's local elections pop-up section is funded by Spinoff members.  
    The Spinoff politics section is made possible by Flick, the electricity retailer giving New Zealanders power over their power. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 32 min
    Politics podcast special: On Sarah, the Labour staffer, and the botched party inquiry

    Politics podcast special: On Sarah, the Labour staffer, and the botched party inquiry

    Revelations around alleged sexual assault by a Labour staffer and the party inquiry into his behaviour have dominated the week. Alex Casey and Mihi Forbes join Gone By Lunchtime to survey the damage.


    Alex Casey, author of the Spinoff feature published on Monday, "A Labour volunteer alleged a violent sexual assault by a Labour staffer. This is her story", joins Toby Manhire and Annabelle Lee – together with another special guest, Mihingarangi Forbes – to discuss an explosive week for the Labour Party and New Zealand politics.


    Also featuring: Ben Thomas's answerphone message.
    Recorded on Thursday afternoon, before the resignation of the Labour staffer at the centre of the allegations.
    For a timeline of the story, see here. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 23 min

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