Mike Hosking Breakfast
Te Ururoa Flavell: Rumours swirling over Te Tai Tokerau09/19/14
Maori Party leader Te Ururoa Flavell talks to Mike Hosking about rumours swirling about Maori Party's candidate in Te Tai Tokerau being asked to pull out, Mr Flavell sets the record straight
Hosking That Was: There's an Election
WHAT YOU SHOULD HAVE HEARD (highlights from Friday's MIke Hosking Breakfast)The Hosk Can't Stop Talking Elections/...and the Scottish Referendum/Mark the Week
Shirley MacLaine: Extended interview
In this extended interview, Shirley MacLaine talks to Newstalk ZB's Mike Hosking ahead of her only New Zealand show later this year
Hosking That Was: Scottish Questions Answered
WHAT YOU SHOULD HAVE HEARD (highlights from Thursday's Mike Hosking Breakfast)No Looks a Go in Scotland/The Last Debate/Luck or Talent/Dealing with Sick Wives
Politics Wednesday: September 17, 2014
Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams join Newstalk ZB's Mike Hosking on the final Politics Wednesday before Election 2014
Jason Killens: London Ambulance Service look to recruit Kiwis
London Ambulance Service's Jason Killens talks to Mike Hosking about how they're looking to recruit Kiwi paramedics
Alison Eddy: Greens offer Welcome Package for babies
NZ College of Midwives' Alison Eddy talks to Mike Hosking about an election policy for babies from the Greens with their new 'Welcome Package'
Robert Khan: Reports of voter intimidation
Radio Tarana's Robert Khan talks to Mike Hosking about the election getting underway in Fiji and reports of voter intimidation
Chris Hocquard: National's argument against Eminem's case
Music and entertainment lawyer Chris Hocquard talks to Mike Hosking about Eminem's music publishers suing National over a song in their campaign ads that sounds similar to Lose Yourself, and whether National has a reasonable argument.
Nick Pisa: Final stages of campaign for Scotland vote
Sky News' Nick Pisa talks to Mike Hosking about the final campaigning efforts ahead of the Scotland independence vote
Hosking That Was: Wrong Song
WHAT YOU SHOULD HAVE HEARD (highlights from Wednesday's Mike Hosking Breakfast)Don't Steal My Tunes/Too Close to Call/The Last Debate/Baskets for Babies
Laila Harré: Mass surveillance claims at the Moment of Truth
Internet Party leader Laila Harré talks to Mike Hosking about the claims made by Glenn Greenwald, Julian Assange and Edward Snowden at last night's Moment of Truth event.
Hosking That Was: Moment of Hype
WHAT YOU SHOULD HAVE HEARD (highlights from Tuesday's Mike Hosking Breakfast)Still Waiting for the Truth/The Stuff of ISIS/How Key's Going
Leaders Breakfast: John Key - Part 1
Prime Minister John Key talks to Mike Hosking on Newstalk ZB's Leaders Breakfast. In part one they talk about tonight's bombshell from Glenn Greenwald and Kim Dotcom, mass surveillance and spying, and whether we will send troops to help fight ISIS....
Leaders Breakfast: John Key - Part 2
Prime Minister John Key talks to Mike Hosking on Newstalk ZB's Leaders Breakfast. In part two they talk about potential coalitions, whether he'll lead for the full three year term if he wins, Christchurch, tax cuts, and he answers a few quickfire...
Leaders Breakfast: John Key - Part 3
Prime Minister John Key talks to Mike Hosking on Newstalk ZB's Leaders Breakfast. In part three they talk about Winston Peters and Colin Craig, negotiating a coalition, housing, and a question from Glenn Greenwald. MORE: Audio and video from the...
Hosking That Was: Keeping it Key Free
WHAT YOU SHOULD HAVE HEARD (highlights from Monday's Mike Hosking Breakfast)DotCom's Bomb Bombs/Reasons Not to Move to Australia/...or North Korea/The Smartphone Business/Which Bone Would You Break?
Week in Review: September 12, 2014
Mike Hosking, Tim Wilson and Toni Street review the week and chat about drones v jetpacks, the election, Scotland, gummi genitals, and the other big issues of the week
Peter Coker: Martin Jetpack raises $6.5m
Martin Jetpack CEO Peter Coker talks to Mike Hosking about the success of their pre-IPO, raising $6.5 million
Marius du Toit: Pistorius not guilty of murder
Marius du Toit talks to Mike Hosking about Oscar Pistorius being found not guilty of murder
- Auckland, New Zealand
54 Cook Street
Private Bag 92198