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This week on the Bryan and Bobby podcast for kids - What is a REAL emergency, Surf Livesavers and why is exercise so important !
Anna Richards may well be the greatest female rugby player ever to play for New Zealand. She won 49 caps, in a stellar playing career that spanned almost two decades of continuous service, from 1990-2008. In total, she made 54 appearances for New Zealand and was on the losing side only twice. The four-time Women’s Rugby World Cup winner played in every minute of the 1998, 2002, 2006 and 2010 finals. She also played in the 1991 tournament when New Zealand lost in the semi-finals. Upon graduating from Canterbury University, where she first took up rugby, Richards also enjoyed a highly-decorated provincial career with Auckland Storm. She was a key member of the team that went unbeaten from 1994-2005, capturing numerous titles along the way. She also played club rugby in Italy and England.
Bryan and Bobby podcast Episode 2 for the kids - Today we chat about why you wear bright colours in winter, what do when there is a power cut and what the heck is Crime prevention ??
Wilhelmina Shrimpton interviews 'Constable Bryan' about his life, his career and what is it really like to be a police officer in NZ
Kauan Gracie - A pro dancer/movement specialist and a BJJ practitioner joins me to talk about Jiu Jitsu, dancing, what's it like to be a 'Gracie' family member, her father the incredible Rickson Gracie and how she came to be in New Zealand !!
The Bryan and Bobby podcast has arrived especially for the Kids - Every fortnight get ready for some more safety adventures with Constable Bryan and Bobby .....
Gwendoline Smith, aka Dr Know, is a colorful character in so many ways. Her self-help books The Book of Knowing, The Book of overthinking and NOW the Book of Angst are all bestsellers in New Zealand. A writer, speaker and psychologist, breast cancer survivor and bipolar sufferer she specializes in depression and anxiety treatment. One of my favorite people to interview .....
A coppuccino podcast with Martin Cocker CEO of Netsafe NZ - as we get reday for Safer Internet Day 2021 (Feb 9 2021) we discuss the internet,scams, deepfakes and even how Martin stopped John Wick in his tracks once too (true story)
A paramedic of 21 years ,A Neighbourhood Police Officer with the Metro Vancouver Transit Police, LGBTQ2S advocate and inspiration to many on social media via his ‘coffee with a cop clips/tweets. Julien talks to us about Vancouver, Covid, his experiences as a paramedic and police officer, his coming out and the reactions of his family and workmates plus a great story involving George Takei
Dr Michellle Locke, Mum, Wife, Hockey Player and Head of Department, Department of Plastic, Hand and Reconstructive Surgery, Middlemore hospital. Senior Lecturer in Surgery (Plastics), South Auckland Clinical School, University of Auckland Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, Auckland, New Zealand. We chat about life, plastic surgery, White Island and how she copes with what she sees on a day to day basis. Michelle is truly an exceptional NZer !
TV Presenter, Mum to 3, Corporate Voice for TVNZ, Model, Ambassador for Ronald McDonald House, Many hidden talents, a dancer, that 'girl' from the pebbles TV advert and the 'angel' on top of the Coppuccino podcast tree for 2020 !
Wilhelmina Shrimpton is a presenter and reporter for Newshub, A journalist, fashionista and a finalist for ‘Best News Journalist’ at the 2015 NZ Radio Awards. We chat about news reporting , journalism fashion and what does happen when Bill Bailey asks you to do stretches with him plus with why you will never look at the gingerbread man the same ever again. Wilelmina has covered some major stories including the Lindt Cafe siege, the Kawerau siege, the Kaipara Harbour disaster and four Royal tours - as well as investigative pieces on synthetic cannabis and ex-partner stalking.
My guest today is Kylie Ryan from @thetoughstuffnz A wellbeing & sexuality specialist/educator -we chat about well-being ,the birds and the bees and when/how to talk to kids about it. Plus what does good mental health look like and what self help books should I be reading and why are people so anxious today ....or are they ??? This is one you won’t wanna miss - with lots of great practical advice for everyone.
Part time elf, Fighting Lucy Lawless, and what goes through your brain before you jump off a cruise liner ?? My Guest Sgt Karen Thompson tells us all this and more. Reason is - she leads a double life - as a police officer and a stunt person. We catch up and talk stunts, policing and the reason why she fell to her knees in front of Orlando Bloom.....
Susie Nordqvist - Journalist, Presenter, Producer, Mum and the face of Newshub at 4.30 joins me and we discuss how she manages to make it all work, her big break and how she copes with the bad news when she has to present it we find out how Susie finally brought some sweetness to the podcast !
Te Kiwi Māia’s goal is to support and assist those whose role has been to safeguard and care for all New Zealanders, so they can continue healthy, positive lives. Chairperson/Founder of TKM Rebecca Nelson and Const Bryan grab a Coppuccino and discuss why it's so important and how YOU can help !
Miriam Chancellor is a keynote speaker, leading public speaking & presentation coach and the Auckland Toastmasters Past President. Miriam is currently the director of Naked Audience a public speaking and presentation coaching consultancy that works with clients to overcome the challenges of public speaking to enable them to achieve their professional goals.
Kiwi freelance rugby journalist Jamie Wall joined Const Bryan to talk about his new book 'Facing The Haka' and what do opponents really think about the Haka. "The story of the All Blacks from the other side of halfway. Big names from all their fiercest rivals talk about meeting the world's most successful rugby team in some of the greatest tests of all time."
Torie is the current social media manager for the Calgary Flames in the NHL (Professional Ice Hockey) we discuss how she went from Outreach worker and doing conservation work in South Africa to social media manager at the Calgary Flames. From what to do if you are starting off in social media to what pressures doing social media in professional sports is like in Canada at the moment ....
158.5 cm tall, a police super and a champion marathon and cross country runner. The survivor of a broken back and a former west coast commander I chat to Mel Aitken about wellness, how the Police address wellness, and how she runs 140-160 km a week !!!
Georgia is one of the most resilience people I have had the pleasure of meeting. Not many other 23 year olds could face the world she has ...her father took his life and on the same day her mum has a heart attack and is admitted to hospital ...we chat about how she and her family survived, what she does for her mental health, and the amazing call taker named Peter who was on the other end of the line when she dialled 111 on that terrible day. In testament to Georgia’s character she is now a police communicator and training to be a police officer
Many of us dream of watching a sports game in the stands and being called upon to save the day for the team. Feb 22nd 2020 NHL goalie David Ayres did just that for @nhlcanes against @mapleleafs so I chat to David and his wife Sarah AYRES about that moment, life before and after that game and his 2004 kidney transplant. My very special guests are David and Sarah Ayres #90canes #nhl #ebug #nhlhalloffame
Dedicated detective, doting dad, husband and an almost deadly depression. Detective Jackson Shewry tells us about his journey with depression, how he survives and what is it like being in the Police and suffering from depression.....
Make Give Live founder - Claire Conza - Creative, crafty kid turned fashion designer turned communications agency co-founder, wife and mother, Claire Conza eventually broke down under the pressure of life and striving for success in a direction that she had lost connection with. Being forced to stop allowed her to really think about what she was doing with her life and WHY. Claire spent 18 months searching for her purpose, listening to the little voice, connecting ideas, figuring out how she could use her skills, talents and experience to do something good, something that mattered to her and improved the lives of other people. This journey lead her to dream up a movement called Make Give Live which is establishing strong roots as a sustainable Social Enterprise.
Tess Casey CEO of Neighbourhood Support NZ joins Const Bryan to explain how it works, how things are changing for NSNZ and what the future of this kiwi icon looks like ! Recorded in late 2018 ….
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Aug 5th, 2018
Latest Episode
Apr 15th, 2021
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