Each Tuesday New Zealand Herald Journalists Katie Harris and Cheree Kinnear take a closer look at an issue, event or topic that’s been filling up our news feeds or taking over our water cooler chats. Whether that’s the reality of working in a high-end brothel, the growing obsession with white-collar magic mushroom use or a day in the life of a West Auckland cop we’ll take you behind the scenes of some of the biggest stories. From politics, crime and even a little bit of entertainment we’re here to keep you in the loop.
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Today’s episode carries a trigger warning for serious sexual assault, drugging, and significant traumatic experiences. Given the distressing matter discussed, this content is for adults only. This is an important subject but we urge listener discreti... more
Over the weekend Kellie-jay Keen-Minshull, also known as Posie Parker, arrived in Aotearoa for her Let Women Speak tour. The British activist widely labelled as anti-transgender and self-described as a women’s rights activist, caused a stir before sh... more
Modern dating can be a minefield and navigating sex with a new person can make things even more nerve-wrecking. A recent Bumble survey found 39 per cent of Kiwi singles admit to feeling inexperienced in the bedroom which impacts their self-confidence... more
Episode 14 covered really relevant topics but I struggle to listen when they use “cachet” when the mean “cache” and call a short range missile a “Weapon of Mass Destruction” more
Really great review of the week's news, entertaining, informative, fun and really well put together. Thank you.
The best thing to end the week that keeps you in the know and up to date with what’s happening around Aotearoa! Give these girls a Netflix special.
Finally a podcast that let's me understand what's going on without the noise. I just love Katie and Rosie!
Awesome way to catch up with news. more
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In the Loop launched 2 years ago and published 80 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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