Introducing a Movember Foundation New Zealand podcast. A Few Good Men. The podcast that chews the fat with some great New Zealanders, and digs deep into what makes them tick, their passions, their experiences and their advice. We talk to Richie McCaw, Josh Kronfeld, Jeremy Wells and more. Subscribe now!
A Few Good Men: The Iso series: Casey Frank
Friend of the "A Few Good Men" podcast Casey Frank joins to talk CV19 and the current Basketball landscape.
Casey chats about the situation back in the United States where he has a number of family and friends.
We also talk to Casey about how he thought the new Breakers owner and coach went this season as well as the Breakers team.
Lastly we look at the big show the NBA. Break down how the season was progressing, will they start again and if so what that start will look like.
Enjoy and thanks for listening.
A Few Good Men: The Iso Series: Tom Latham
A Few Good Men, the podcast proudly brought to you by the bloody great New Zealanders at the Movember Foundation and Radio Hauraki.
In the first episode of Season 2 we talk to Black Cap player Tom Latham from his isolation bubble in Christchurch.
Tom discusses how quickly CV19 affected the series in Australia and the the upcoming calendar while also discussing highlights of his career to date.
A Few Good Men - Men Of More Words Series - Clarke Gayford
A Few Good Men, the podcast proudly brought to you by the bloody great New Zealanders at the Movember Foundation and Radio Hauraki. In episode 18 we talk to the man now known as the ‘First Man of NZ’, Clark Gayford.
Clark has from the very beginning lived a full life and still does with his hit TV show Fish of the Day. From humble beginnings on a remote Gisborne farm, Clark spent his childhood fishing, moved to Palmerston North Boy’s High then Otago University before his passion for television and media brought on a move to Christchurch. He is a man who has seen a few sights and taken the learnings in the process.
In this episode we go in depth with Clark on this journey, how he began his career, his success in television and radio, his love of fishing, the experience of fatherhood, particularly in such a spotlight, and go on to talk men’s health, what he does to keep his in check, and his thoughts on where we are at and where we are going as a country.
Few Good Men - Jack Tame and Matt McLean
A Few Good Men, the podcast proudly brought to you by the bloody great New Zealanders at the Movember Foundation and Radio Hauraki. In episode 17 we talk to two of TVNZ’s brightest young stars Jack Tame and Matty McLean.
Jack and Matty discuss their experiences from having spent over a decade on NZ screens, touching on past and present roles from overseas reporting to getting kiwi’s through the morning on Breakfast, to how they found their way into media and some of the challenges along the way.
Notably in this episode we discuss all things media, men’s health and Movember, including the importance of friendships, physical activity and how they keep their mental health in check while in a high profile industry that brings with it critic’s, criticism and unsocial able hours.
Few Good Men - Dillon Boucher and Casey Frank
A Few Good Men, the podcast proudly brought to you by the bloody great New Zealanders at the Movember Foundation and Radio Hauraki. In episode 16 we talk to former Breaker and host of Courtside Casey Frank as well as another former Breaker and GM at the Breakers Dillon Boucher.
We talk all things Basketball recapping the recently completed World Cup in China where as usual the Tall Blacks seriously punched.
Big season of Breakers basketball ahead with a new roster and some big names from the US playing in the NBL, the boys give us their picks for the season and also how they think RJ Hampton and LaMelo Ball will fair utilising the NBL as a slightly different route to being a top pick in the NBA draft.
Lastly we take a look at the NBA season ahead with some massive moves in the off season led by one of our own Sean Marks.
A Few Good Men - Men Of More Words Series - Peter Fulton
A Few Good Men, the podcast proudly brought to you by the bloody great New Zealanders at the Movember Foundation and Radio Hauraki. In Episode 5 we talk to Peter Fulton, famously known as ‘two metre Peter’, about his prodigious cricketing career. From country boy to New Zealand Blackcap opening batsmen all the way to national coach, ‘Fults’ discusses his career featuring over 10’000 first class runs, a triple century, 3-0 whitewash of Australia, being one of only a select few to score two centuries in the same test match and how he’s finding his feet as new Blackcaps batting coach.