Hosted by journalist Bernard Hickey, When the Facts Change is your essential weekly guide to the intersection of economics, business and politics in Aotearoa New Zealand. Presented by The Spinoff together with Kiwibank. Visit kiwibank.co.nz to find out how Kiwibank are making Kiwi better off
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Loved the interview with Dr Matamua
now that the facts have changed ......
Bernard has a knack for communication. His delivery is friendly and relaxed. He makes heavy and complicated topics easy to grasp. His guests are interesting. The content is relevant to kiwis and often quite important or worth knowing about. I’m learning heaps from this podcast.
Very poorly written episode on emissions. The subject matter expert didn’t fully understand their subject or have a full grasp of the science.
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