Jesse hosts an upbeat mix of the curious and the compelling, ranging from the stories of the day to the great questions of our time.
How life changed when Stuart Watson started listening
Everything changed with Stuart Watson stopped talking and started listening. He now hosts a podcast called ManListening fand a new book, What She Said, What I Heard: How One Man Shut Up and Started Listening.
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Alan Carr's Life's a beach, 'Every little thing' and 'Welcome to your fantasy'.
Sexual assault allegations mounting in Canberra
ACT is being rocked by more allegations from former Parliamentary workers about sexual assaults they were subject to. Neuropsychologist Hannah Korrel talks to Jesse about the culture problems in Canberra and her own story.
Fish ears affected by ocean acidification
New research has found that increased acidification in water impacts on the development of fish ears. Associate Professor Craig Radford explains to Jesse how they carried out the research and did a hearing test on them.
Commonly used drugs help reduce death rates in COVID patients
New Zealand researchers have been part of al study which has found commonly used drugs can help reduce the risk of death in critically ill COVID-19 patients. Auckland Hospital ICU boss, Dr Colin McArthur talks to Jesse.
Documentary looks behind the hedges of America's largest retirement community
Lance Oppenheim looks inside the place billed as "Disneyland for Seniors" in his documentary Some Kind of Heaven where the quest for fulfillment and purpose remain elusive.
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I can put this podcast on and enjoy every episode, love the music, the experts and Jesse. It’s always a discovery
Apparently a tendency towards inane giggling at inappropriate moments must have been the entry qualification on the day some other idiot hired him. Another road mark on Radio NZ National deciding that their target demographic should be the brain dead.
My go-to podcasts to select from for my radio addiction and relaxation.
Great variety of topics and interviews are made interesting by jesses style