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Kiwi Yarns

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Kiwi Yarns

Brodie Kane Media

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Welcome to Kiwi Yarns - those yarns you have where you sit down, put the kettle on, pour a whiskey or crack open a beer I honestly don‘t mind. Anyway! We‘re sitting down and we’re yarning to some great New Zealanders, their back stories, their front stories, even stories where they went sideways, we will go there. It’s a place where we celebrate the great people of this glorious nation.
 
Keep Calm and Carry Yarn is a podcast in equal parts measure about knitting, crochet, and the mother-daughter bond between its co-hosts, Vivian and Alyson. Join us for our twice monthly chat as we talk about our latest projects and yarn obsessions, advice from a long-time fiber fanatic to a beginner, living in Edinburgh, Scotland (Alyson) versus Virginia, USA (Vivian), fangirling over TV shows we love, and other everyday pursuits.
 
Having A Yarn is Northern Territory Australia Based Podcast with Graeme Lewis as your host. Graeme speaks to a new guest every Sunday! Local Comedians, Dancers, Personal Trainers, Film Makers And Much More!. Join Graeme on adventures through the minds of Norther Territory's most driven, inspiring and wild people!
 
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The Yarn

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The Yarn

Centre for Advancing Journalism

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The Yarn is a podcast showcasing work from The Centre for Advancing Journalism at the University of Melbourne. It features original reporting by students, content from The Citizen publication, as well as talks and events held by the Centre.
 
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Yarnin Disability

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Yarnin Disability

First Peoples Disability Network (Australia)

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Yarning Disability is a podcast by The First Peoples Disability Network (FPDN) hosted by FPDN Advocate Bernard Namok. In each episode, The Yarning Disability podcast showcases the stories of First Nations peoples living with a disability, their families and carers and other disability industry professionals to highlight the lived experiences of First Nations people with a disability in Australia.
 
A crochet podcast hosted by Sarah-Jayne Fragola of Bella Coco Crochet.Join Sarah-Jayne and her guests to talk about all things crochet and yarn related. This podcast will discuss topics to help you improve your techniques, give you hints and tips and expand your knowledge.So grab your hook and listen along to this exciting crochet podcast.
 
Headscarves and Good Yarns is all about celebrating the differences we have in our community. Even though we all look, think and speak differently to each other we all call Aotearoa our home so tune in and find hear the stories of many different kiwis. We also navigate those uncomfortable conversations around race that we just need to have sometimes. Hope you guys tune in!
 
Unreal stories from real people every week. Good Yarns is your weekly storytelling podcast with guests sharing outreagous, interesting and often funny stories from their life. Everyone has at least one good story and each week Shad Wicka finds a new guest with a crazy Yarn to tell. Good Yarns. Stories and Banter, No Knitting. If you think YOU have a Good Yarn to share. Hit up Shad on instagram @wickedshad or go to www.shadwicka.com
 
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Vegan Yarns

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Vegan Yarns

Rutvik and Rushit

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In this podcast we talk all things vegan by bringing you and discussing a different topic each week. Veganism is so much more than just food and we will unpack different aspects of this lifestyle and shed some light on the good, the bad and the ugly. We intend to keep our views free from bias and just say things as they are or as we see it! If you would like us to discuss a particular topic, or have any comments, flick us an email at veganyarns@gmail.com.
 
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Waffles & Yarn

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Waffles & Yarn

WafflesAndYarnPodcast

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Not your usual homemaking podcast! No, really, it's not. Hang out with two former gamers' casual conversation as we make each other laugh with voice impressions, wacky stories about their life and what they find, and generally being a bit weird then this podcast is for you! Join us as we waffle on and on and on...
 
#happydaysalways is the aim here. To appreciate the good you need a reference to what bad is. I believe that no one human experience is of more or lesser value than another.. we all learn via trial and error so feel free to come and spin some yarns with me about the bad so we can all strive to be great again <3 Peace and Light to ya -GWH
 
Hello! I'm Chimka, a Nigerian girl who addresses any and every topic, as long as there are two or more opinions on it! It's my first time, I hope you stick around. Let me know if you enjoyed listening, and I appreciate constructive criticism. Thank you! My email : yarnamwithchimka@gmail.com . Follow my Podcast on Instagram: @yarn.am
 
The podcast for those who like their knitting, yarn and comedy in equally large measures. Hosted by UK knitter Jo Milmine, there are regular interviews with all your favourite designers and dyers. Get the latest knitting news, yarn and pattern book reviews, show updates along with local yarn shop visits and knitting related travel. Business minded? Enjoy the interviews with knitting and yarn entrepreneurs for top tips and inspiration on making it in the industry. Enjoy the finest funny knitt ...
 
Great guests from the yarn industry, wonderful conversation, and PRIZES...it doesn't get much better than this. Join MARLY BIRD, the first crochet podcaster on iTunes, as she hosts a live show every TUESDAY and THURSDAY mornings. The show is and always has been a crochet and knitting podcast since 2007. Find Show Notes, Free Patterns, Class Schedule and my Blog at www.marlybird.com
 
Welcome to the Wild Yarn Shop! A magical yarn shop which becomes the perfect yarn shop to whomsoever steps through its doors. All your favourite yarns are there, you could run into anyone and whatever tutorial you like will be running. So pull up to enjoy a lovely time at the yarn shop :) Please like, subscribe and share! Thank you :D And there’s a lovely website www.knitknitwild.co.uk with companion blog posts for each episode with links to whatever we’ve mentioned. Find me on instagram @kn ...
 
Thank you for joining the Yarn Life Show for your daily dose of fiber! Get tangled up in this fun, upbeat, educational channel that’s dedicated to the hanks, skeins, balls and cake that we love most, (and to the people who make the most of them) because yarn is life! Cover art photo provided by Terra Evans on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@taradee
 
Everyone has a story to tell... My name is Clay and welcome to ’Yarn About You’, a podcast where I get to chat with people I know and love, as well as others I just want to meet, to find out their story. As I have gotten older, I have become fascinated with delving into how people have turned into who they are today. What gives them strength? What challenges have they dealt with? What has influenced them most? Where did they come from?
 
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Join host Sarah-Jayne from Bella Coco Crochet and her guest for the Yarn Over Podcast. In this episode Sarah-Jayne talks with Nicola from Team BC about crochet on the high street and it's impact Show notes: https://bellacococrochet.com/yarn-over-podcast Yarn over apparel: https://bit.ly/YarnOverApparel Nicolas Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/b…
 
Our fifth News Bites guest is Jenny Cai, a former University of Melbourne journalism student who now works in the ABC's Asia Pacific newsroom. She spoke to Louisa Lim about getting a foot in the door, covering the war in Ukraine, and how to survive and thrive in a fast-paced newsroom. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Colby Sharp and Donalyn Miller (co-authors of THE COMMONSENSE GUIDE TO YOUR CLASSROOM LIBRARY) discuss reading plans and how they can encourage students become more independent readers. This episode is sponsored by READING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE, written by Lester L. Laminack and Katie Kelly.Von Travis Jonker and Colby Sharp
 
Today’s guest is the extremely funny, ridiculously wonderful Eli Matthewson, who I am very lucky to be able to call my friend, thanks to our experience this year on Dancing with The Stars. Eli is a comedian, and a breakfast radio host for The Edge, and has also managed to squeeze into his extremely busy life a new doco about porn, with good friend …
 
This episode we have got Naathan Sharma a young video/media creator. does ads for the biggest pubs/clubs in town, wedding videos, music video for up an coming artist and much more. Naathan Brough His long time Friend Steinar Burns was in the studio as well which funny enough he has just as much drive as Naathan. this episode they switch between the…
 
Trying to escape from her personal life, Angela Markham checks into a luxury hotel and has a Thanksgiving she will never forget. After the performance, hosts Tal Anderson and Kayla Cromer discuss the real-life creepy story that inspired this episode. Solo Hike is written by Tal Anderson with story editing by Maya Patel. Hairy Yarns is produced by V…
 
In this episode we circle round to the topic of co-working and what the future of work looks like! Sure remote working has it's benefits but are there drawbacks to how teams interact and are there limiting factors for what roles are more suited to remote first. Outline Some banter about operating systems and laptops crashing (3:25) We get started a…
 
As the Australian wool industry’s research, development and marketing body, AWI annually reports on its progress and the global operating environment for wool. This episode draws on the main presentations from the 2022 Annual General Meeting, including Chairman Jock Laurie, CEO John Roberts as well as research and marketing General Managers Dr Jane…
 
Is it opposite day? In a stunning turn of events, Alyson is knitting and Vivian is crocheting. But no matter, there's only love for both crafts on this podcast. Vivian is working on a crocheted version of the knitted Pop Blanket-- it's going much better than the original which was hibernating for a couple years. And Alyson is tackling a knitted car…
 
This week I sit down with Dr Forough and Dr Samira to talk about what's happening in Iran right now. We discuss the context and the systems at play that has resulted in the current protests. We discuss the misunderstanding and miscommunication around the protests. We also navigate feminism, misogyny and violence and end the discussion talking about…
 
Have you ever had people tell you that vegan food is bland? We have! Spices not only flavour your food but they have incredible health benefits too. In this episode we talk about 5 different spices that we think you should add to your diet. We talk about their origin and also their health benefits/nutrition. Be sure to add them to your diet! Note: …
 
Rodger Davis: - Born in Sydney in 1971 - Youngest of four children to Stewart and Edith - He started playing Golf at 11 years of age - Turned pro at 23 in 1974 - Won 42 tournaments worldwide - Was ranked 7th in the world in 1986 - He beat Freddy Couples in a playoff for the Bi-Centenial Classic in 1988 - Current Chairman of the Australian PGA - He …
 
Introducing 'Yarning Disability', The First Peoples Disability Network (FPDN) hosted by FPDN Advocate Bernard Namok. In each episode, The Yarning Disability podcast showcases the stories of First Nations peoples living with a disability, their families and carers and other disability industry professionals to highlight the lived experiences of Firs…
 
Our fourth News Bites guest is Louisa Lim, a senior lecturer who spent a decade as an audio journalist in China for the BBC and NPR. During that time, she was on the ground for some of the region’s most consequential events, including the aftermath of the 2008 Sichuan Earthquake. More recently, she published a book about Hong Kong called Indelible …
 
Today’s guest is one of our wonderful sportswomen - world class all-rounder White Fern, Amelia Kerr. We recorded this amazing conversation while Melie was in Adelaide, playing in the Weber Women’s Big Bash League for the Brisbane Heat. At 22, she's already had an incredible cricket career. It runs deep in her family. Melie has also just released an…
 
this episode we have ex fighter now trainer Trent Hansen. Teaches people the art of boxing/Muay Thai. Very humble and selfless guy, finding happiness in helping others discover what they are capable of. turn the volume up on this one because the stories and experiences this guys has faced are not to be missed. see his Instagram and hemp page in the…
 
What are we wearing? Pacific Crest by Elizabeth Doherty Sharlene's Pacific Crest Pressed Flowers by Amy Christophers Gayle's Pressed Flowers shawl What are we stalking? Cat Face by Tracy Widens Waterfall by Yumiko Alexander Asher Skirt by Kaitlin Barthold What are we knitting? Cowl by The Seamen's Church Institute A pois Cardigan by Eri Shimizu Mor…
 
Join host Sarah-Jayne from Bella Coco Crochet and her guest for the Yarn Over Podcast. In this episode Sarah-Jayne talks to Merion and Jamie from the LoveCrafts show podcast. We talk about all all sorts in this podcast, from planning, seasonal crafts and....mermaids? Show notes: https://bellacococrochet.com/yarn-over-podcast/ Yarn over apparel: htt…
 
Our third News Bites guest is Dr. Lagipoiva Cherelle Jackson, a journalist who has spent over 20 years reporting on climate change, human rights, and other issues affecting the Pacific Islands. She spoke about Australia's coverage of the Pacific with Petra Stock, a Citizen reporter, and Kate Lyons, the Pacific editor for Guardian Australia. See omn…
 
A thesis, glass tubes, a bronze plaque. This is the evidence left to remember world-class atmospheric physicist Jean Laby. She was the first woman to achieve a PhD in the School of Physics in 1956. But on a campus that lacks recognition of historically significant women, this prompts the question: how would Laby have been commemorated if she was a …
 
Today’s guest is the incredibly talented DJ, producer, broadcaster, Aroha Harawira. She regularly headlines big festivals and opens for international acts, and is currently living in Melbourne. Aroha has for a long time been a well-respected voice within the media industry, and a staunch advocate for equality for women working in music. See omnystu…
 
This week on Uncurated, Caitlin Duan and Isabella Vagnoni go on a road trip to learn about the forgotten history of Percy Lindsay. Along the way, they discover stories about the Chinese-Australian experience from the gold rush era to the present day. -- Interviewees: Alyssa Bunbury - Curator of the Grimwade Collection at the Ian Potter Museum of Ar…
 
A young woman has an unwanted encounter with a stranger while out on a day hike in Big Sur. After the performance, hosts Tal Anderson and Kayla Cromer discuss the real-life creepy story that inspired this episode. Solo Hike is written by Maya Patel. Hairy Yarns is produced by Violet Sky Media in Los Angeles, California. Follow hosts Tal Anderson an…
 
Only 5% of the entire Australian wool clip can be processed domestically, leaving the wool industry vulnerable.WoolProducers Australia has just released “Ensuring a sustainable future for Australia’s wool supply chain” a comprehensive report into this very issue. Hear WPA General Manager Adam Dawes talk through the report and where this important i…
 
For First Nations people, art has been a vehicle to tell personal and universal stories for over 60,000 years. Ngarrindjeri artist Trevor Nickolls’ story is complex, exploring the history of dispossession and loss, and the hope and beauty of finding a way back to knowing. Breaking free of the assumptions and prejudices placed on First Nations artis…
 
In this episode we talk about the layoffs that are happening in the tech industry. We chat about way to fire and why companies get into this situation in the first place. We talk about some of the positive changes that could be on the horizon for Twitter and whether there is a future for people who loose their jobs at this time. Outline (0:00) We g…
 
The thylacine, better known as the Tasmanian Tiger, remains one of Australia’s most identifiable animals despite having gone extinct almost 100 years ago. In its time, it was hunted, mishandled and neglected, yet people are still captivated by it today. They desperately hope the animal still exists in hiding, and one scientist at the University of …
 
Back to our usual transatlantic format, I'm afraid! But there's lots of crafty content to be had. Alyson has revived a colorful old WIP and even has a finished objects. It's actually a hat heavy episode because Vivian has finished two hats as well! Links to things we mention: Buzzfeed Quiz Moraine Lake Cowl by DJ Poolet [Ravelry] Suburban Wrap by J…
 
This week I sit down with Liam Martin, criminology lecturer, to yarn about prisons. Through a real and vulnerable kōrero, Liam unpacks the story we download about prisons and perhaps why we should re-think that story. Where did they come from? What things should we thinking about when we talk about prisons? Where does colonisation fit into all of t…
 
A warning: This episode discusses mental health, suicide and bipolar disorder. Today’s guest is a wonderful young man by the name of Oscar McCallion. In a few days, Oscar will be running 57km - and he’s running that far to raise $20,000 for the I am Hope charity. And, he’s running it in memory of his Mum, who at 57 years young, took her own life af…
 
Traveling as a vegan can be difficult and stressful, but it doesn't need to be! In this episode, we talk about traveling as a vegan and some useful tips to make your travel easier. Note: This podcast is made for entertainment purposes only, and should not be used as any form of advice. Our email address is veganyarns@gmail.com. Please contact us if…
 
What are we wearing? Frank Shawl by Joji Locatelli Sharlene's Frank Shawl Southern Spirit by Joji Locatelli Sharlene's Superhero "cape" KP Pullover by Eri Shimizu Gayle's KP Pullover What are we stalking? First Date by Carol Sunday LämminHelläPehmoinen by Pirjo Lakkapää ja Katri Raunama Metanoia Wrap by Christina Campbell Southern Spirit by Joji Lo…
 
Join host Sarah-Jayne from Bella Coco Crochet and her guest for the Yarn Over Podcast. In this episode Sarah-Jayne talks to Laura Jane from @heyitslaurajane about Amigurumi and Crochet injuries. Laura is well known for her popular song ‘it costs that much coz it takes me F**king hours’ and she shares her tips for amigurumi as well as her experience…
 
An ambitious and energetic house-flipper finds herself in an unexpected situation while flipping her dream house. After the performance, hosts Tal Anderson and Kayla Cromer discuss the real-life creepy story that inspired this episode. D.I.Y. is written by Tal Anderson. Hairy Yarns is produced by Violet Sky Media in Los Angeles, California. Follow …
 
Today’s guest is the absolutely fabulous Cassie Roma. If someone asked me what Cassie does, I would answer it with “well, she does everything and she can do anything”. She’s a digital marketer, a social media expert and consultant, a public speaker, and she’s been her kick-arse self on the TV on The Apprentice Aotearoa, and more recently Celebrity …
 
In this episode, legendary horror writer R.L. Stine talks about his life and career. Stine also takes us behind the scenes of his latest short story series, STINETINGLERS. This is part two of a two-part episode. This episode is sponsored by READING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE, written by Lester L. Laminack and Katie Kelly.…
 
Le Tan] is one the most inspiring guys i have ever met! We talk about looking yourself in the mirror and admitting your faults, admitting that it's ok to be off admitting to be unhappy but it's not ok to think that this is you and you're not worthy of change, Le Tan] is living proof ! Le also owns his own barber shop called @parap_barber_shop…
 
In this episode we talk about one of our favorite places on Earth - the small seaside town of Muizenberg. We talk about the develop works that are planned and what a upgraded town would look like. We talk about the challenges and some of the wider issues facing this project and then give some optimistic outlooks on anyone can build anything better …
 
This week I sit down Abhi and we get 1000% real and vulnerable about colourism. Sharing our experiences we get into: what colourism is, how it's harmful, what we're unlearning and affirming instead, what barriers there are to talk about it honestly and how it's shown up in the different places/spaces of our lives. This show was broadcast on OAR 105…
 
In this episode we talk to Emma Brodie who is a campaigns officer at SAFE. We talk many things including how the help make change, pass bills, recent successes what the future looks like and much more! Their website for more info: www.safe.org.nz Note: This podcast is made for entertainment purposes only, and should not be used as any form of advic…
 
What are we wearing? Sorrel by Wool & Pine Sharlene's Sorrel The Lounger by Joji Locatelli What are we stalking? Whidbey Sweater by Wool & Pine Rerelax by Ririko Relax by Ririko Nouvelle Vague by Kate Gilbert Featherwork by Jairlyn Mason What are we knitting? No Sweat Shirt by Park Williams Divvy by Annie Baker Rafa's Hat by Joji Locatelli Gossamer…
 
It's an extra extra extra special episode. Not only are we together again (twice in two months!), but we're together in Rhinebeck, home of the yarn famous New York State Sheep & Wool Festival! We had an amazing time together, and with our Rhinebeck housemates. The Sheep & Wool Festival, as well as Folk & Folk (a yarn and music festival) were incred…
 
With so much international uncertainty, what does one of Australia’s largest brokers, exporters and processors think of wool’s future? Jamie Lillie, General Manager of Fox and Lillie exports is upbeat about the current state of the wool industry and its prospects for various reasons, despite all the gloom around interest rates, inflation and confli…
 
Our city streets are filled with statues of men who did things, with little permanent reminder of the women who have shaped Australian society. Julia Bella Guérin is one of these women. Famous in her time for her achievements as Australia’s first female university graduate and a noted teacher, writer, orator and political organiser, Guérin has been…
 
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