556 episodes

New Zealand’s most innovative agri-business & food marketing show with Sarah Perriam.


“This is a weekly radio show with a twist. I will discuss the biggest issues once a week in agribusiness & politics, as well as thought-provoking views on the future of farming. It’s about putting the audience first with no commercial agenda,” says Sarah.


Sarah’s Country builds on Sarah Perriam’s rising nation-wide popularity as the former fresh, bright new voice of the rural sector from her recent time with MediaWorks on RadioLIVE’s Rural Exchange & the AM Show.


The show’s content is focused on the future of New Zealand’s food & fibre industry with an open mind to the challenges of the farming sector and an open heart to connecting with our curious consumers.


“Since I started behind a microphone in 2017 leading into the election, the problems facing New Zealand’s primary sector have been mounting at a rapid pace. As Einstein famously said, ‘We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when creating them’. And I love being in a role where I can facilitate the tough conversations we need to have with an open heart and an open mind,“ says Sarah. 


Broadcasting from a multi-camera studio at the Blinc Workshop at Lincoln University, Sarah’s Country, is the exciting next chapter for rural radio as the new multimedia weekend breakfast show will be broadcast via a mobile app, on Farmersweekly.co.nz & on local radio stations LIVE Saturday’s 6am on Radio Central, Coast FM & CFM (more stations are being added each month).


Sarah’s Country is in a strategic alliance with Global HQ and will feature content from and be marketed through their brands - Farmers Weekly, Dairy Farmer & Agri HQ.


Passionate & persuasive about everything politics, trade & regulation, yet playful and proud to share our rural culture and shared values with our urban friends.


The show has a mobile app for you to interact with the show, watch live Q&A panels and find other New Zealand agri-business podcasts all in one place.


Download the Android & Apple mobile app at : www.sarahperriam.com/download


Produced by Perriam Media Limited.


For more information on creating your own multi-media podcast : www.perriammedia.com

Sarahs Country Perriam Media Limited

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New Zealand’s most innovative agri-business & food marketing show with Sarah Perriam.


“This is a weekly radio show with a twist. I will discuss the biggest issues once a week in agribusiness & politics, as well as thought-provoking views on the future of farming. It’s about putting the audience first with no commercial agenda,” says Sarah.


Sarah’s Country builds on Sarah Perriam’s rising nation-wide popularity as the former fresh, bright new voice of the rural sector from her recent time with MediaWorks on RadioLIVE’s Rural Exchange & the AM Show.


The show’s content is focused on the future of New Zealand’s food & fibre industry with an open mind to the challenges of the farming sector and an open heart to connecting with our curious consumers.


“Since I started behind a microphone in 2017 leading into the election, the problems facing New Zealand’s primary sector have been mounting at a rapid pace. As Einstein famously said, ‘We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when creating them’. And I love being in a role where I can facilitate the tough conversations we need to have with an open heart and an open mind,“ says Sarah. 


Broadcasting from a multi-camera studio at the Blinc Workshop at Lincoln University, Sarah’s Country, is the exciting next chapter for rural radio as the new multimedia weekend breakfast show will be broadcast via a mobile app, on Farmersweekly.co.nz & on local radio stations LIVE Saturday’s 6am on Radio Central, Coast FM & CFM (more stations are being added each month).


Sarah’s Country is in a strategic alliance with Global HQ and will feature content from and be marketed through their brands - Farmers Weekly, Dairy Farmer & Agri HQ.


Passionate & persuasive about everything politics, trade & regulation, yet playful and proud to share our rural culture and shared values with our urban friends.


The show has a mobile app for you to interact with the show, watch live Q&A panels and find other New Zealand agri-business podcasts all in one place.


Download the Android & Apple mobile app at : www.sarahperriam.com/download


Produced by Perriam Media Limited.


For more information on creating your own multi-media podcast : www.perriammedia.com

    “FSC recommendations ‘contradictory’” with Tony Paterson

    “FSC recommendations ‘contradictory’” with Tony Paterson

    Southland Dairy farmer Tony Paterson outlines his proposal ahead of the Fonterra AGM. 


    To watch to the full-length interviews and to contact the show visit www.sarahperriam.com

    • 8 min
    “What’s driving new consumer trends?” with Hamish Guild

    “What’s driving new consumer trends?” with Hamish Guild

    What’s driving new consumer trends? High Peak Station’s Hamish Guild talks about having innovation and pragmatic marketing.


    To watch to the full-length interviews and to contact the show visit www.sarahperriam.com

    • 10 min
    “New woman at the helm of Irrigation NZ” with Vanessa Winning

    “New woman at the helm of Irrigation NZ” with Vanessa Winning

    IrrigationNZ’s new Chief Executive Vanessa Winning shares the company’s refreshed strategy and renewed focus.


    To watch to the full-length interviews and to contact the show visit www.sarahperriam.com

    • 7 min
    “Campaign to boost NZ’s glowing brand” with Peter Chrisp

    “Campaign to boost NZ’s glowing brand” with Peter Chrisp

    New Zealand Trade Enterprise Chief Executive Peter Chrisp discloses their latest marketing initiative with Made with Care.


    To watch to the full-length interviews and to contact the show visit www.sarahperriam.com

    • 9 min
    FULL SHOW (28 October)

    FULL SHOW (28 October)

    New Zealand Trade Enterprise Chief Executive Peter Chrisp discloses their latest marketing initiative with Made with Care.


    IrrigationNZ’s new Chief Executive Vanessa Winning shares the company’s refreshed strategy and renewed focus.


    What’s driving new consumer trends? High Peak Station’s Hamish Guild talks about having innovation and pragmatic marketing.


    Southland Dairy farmer Tony Paterson outlines his proposal ahead of the Fonterra AGM. 


    To watch to the full-length interviews and to contact the show visit www.sarahperriam.com

    • 42 min
    “Weather extremes in the south” with Philip Duncan

    “Weather extremes in the south” with Philip Duncan

    WeatherWatch’s Philip Duncan has the latest with the extreme weather conditions down south.


    To watch to the full-length interviews and to contact the show visit www.sarahperriam.com

    • 6 min

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