NEW SEASON. Rowdier than the debating chamber at question time, Party People places a Māori lens on politics, politicians and their parties. Public Interest Journalism funded through NZOA.
Season 2 | Episode 6: 14th December 2021 - Party People
Party People discusses the stories making headlines over the last week and names their top political performers during 2021.
Season 2 | Episode 5: 7th December 2021 - Party People
Mihingarangi, Tau and Shane discuss the urgent Covid hearing before the Waitangi Tribunal, Luxon’s new lineup and how the minor parties have performed during 2021.
Season 2 | Episode 4: 30th November 2021 - Party People
Party People evaluates the new National Party leader. Discuss Nanaia Mahuta’s performance as Minister of Foreign Affairs, and talk over the move to the Traffic Light system.
Season 2 | Special - National Party bust up: 26th November 2021
Burning down the house! In this special episode, Party People delves into the National Party leadership bust up and discuss the possible contenders.
Season 2 | Episode 3: 23rd November 2021 - Party People
101 days into lockdown our Party People share their views on the latest covid developments, the National Party leadership and the wāhine Māori taking a run at the Wellington Mayoralty.
Season 2 | Episode 2: 16th November 2021 - Party People
Tau, Shane and Mihingarangi debate the latest political polls, delta decisions and housing intensification.
If there is only time to listen to one Aotearoa politics podcast, this is the to pick. Mihingarangi, Shane and Tau are a tour de force. Every episode is brilliant, considered and packed with wit. Tau’s Game of Thrones analogies are the icing of a very delicious cake. This is one podcast not to miss.
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Amazing podcast covering politics in Aotearoa from a Maori perspective infused with Maori values - respect for each other and everyone they talked about. Inside information and good banter. The “Sore Tau” joke in episode 3 had me laughing out loud. Treat yourself and listen in!