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the world's only snackable radio show snackable {verb} curated quality over quantity content which develops a deeper level of understanding through entertaining, informative and bite-sized analysis to create a conversation Operating since 25th of April 2015, TADS is raw, uncensored and emphasises the need for quality over quantity multimedia content. The world can be a nasty place, we help you digest it. Supplemented by an excellent digital presence with award winning columnists and engaging video content.

the world's only snackable radio show snackable {verb} curated quality over quantity content which develops a deeper level of understanding through entertaining, informative and bite-sized analysis to create a conversation Operating since 25th of April 2015, TADS is raw, uncensored and emphasises the need for quality over quantity multimedia content. The world can be a nasty place, we help you digest it. Supplemented by an excellent digital presence with award winning columnists and engaging video content.
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Christchurch , New Zealand

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the world's only snackable radio show snackable {verb} curated quality over quantity content which develops a deeper level of understanding through entertaining, informative and bite-sized analysis to create a conversation Operating since 25th of April 2015, TADS is raw, uncensored and emphasises the need for quality over quantity multimedia content. The world can be a nasty place, we help you digest it. Supplemented by an excellent digital presence with award winning columnists and engaging video content.

Twitter:

@_thisistads

Language:

English


Episodes

TADS - 9/11/17: The year of Trump

11/9/2017
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Donald Trump: 365 days later. What’s the story? New Zealand Football are almost at the FIFA World Cup. Our Black Yellow White boys dissect, preview and get pumped for the biggest game in history.

Duration: 00:28:00


TADS - 7/10/17: Winston and the Kingmaker

10/7/2017
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Winnie P is the kingmaker and holds the cards as National face Labour in what might be the biggest political deal New Zealand has ever seen. Meanwhile, tragedy in Las Vegas indicates deep underlying issues in the United States as Spain splits apart on the other side of the Atlantic. PLUS the mega football round-table discussion from All Whites to the Wellington Phoenix - your total preview and wrap.

Duration: 00:31:32


TADS - 7/9/17: Bill vs Jacinda

9/7/2017
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Debates have rocked and fizzled in the national arena. Now we take our politics to a whole new level - comprehensive and decisive, as you have never seen it before. Who will be our next Prime Minister? The final question needs a final answer. The Wellington Phoenix are smashing transfer market dealings for the first time in recent memory. Is it a new age?

Duration: 00:39:58


88 LAST EVER EPISODE | New Zealand is UNHEALTHY

7/5/2017
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Three out of five Kiwis admit to skipping brushing their teeth for up to a week. New research suggests young adults are the worst at maintaining their oral health. The older someone gets, the more likely they are to prioritise healthy teeth. Auckland has the best oral hygiene, with almost 30 percent brushing, flossing and using mouthwash.

Duration: 00:13:24


86 the SUICIDE debate is BACK

6/28/2017
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An Oamaru woman who lost her son to suicide says the government's draft suicide prevention plan is "spineless". Patrice Harrex presented a Public Service Association submission to the Ministry of Health in Dunedin today on its draft Suicide Prevention Strategy. In April, the ministry started consultation on its 10-year plan to decrease the number of people who commit suicide each year - currently it's more than 500. The ministry's director of mental health, John Crawshaw, said government...

Duration: 00:10:16


86 an EXPOSE of PIKE RIVER

6/21/2017
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Almost half of all Kiwis support sending people back into Pike River Mine to look for evidence, and to potentially recover bodies. In the latest Reid Research poll, 45 percent support the idea, 35 percent say no and 20 percent don't know. The poll was taken after footage was released last month of two men working safely in the access tunnel, but before new video was released on Sunday showing no sign of an inferno at the coal face. But the issue of mine re-entry remains politically divided.

Duration: 00:19:30


85 the RISE of New Zealand CRIME

6/14/2017
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Thefts from vehicles is the fourth most common way Kiwis become victims of crime. From July 2014 to the end of 2016, 82,442 people reported having their cars broken into in New Zealand. For the majority of reports, the exact time and day of the break in could not be pinpointed and so was not recorded by police. But of those when a time and date could be given a pattern emerged. Vehicles were most often broken into on a Saturday around 2pm, according to police statistics.

Duration: 00:15:24


84 The KEY to success? Former PM knighted

6/7/2017
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John Key has received the highest accolade in the Queen's Birthday honours list announced on Monday. Mr Key, who was prime minister for eight years, has been made a Knight Grand Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit, for services to the state. He has been recognised for his achievements during a 14-year political career that began when he was elected the Member of Parliament for Helensville in 2002. The knighthood marks his leadership of a series of actions, including the government...

Duration: 00:14:50


83 New Zealand needs LEADERSHIP not MANAGEMENT

5/31/2017
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The New Zealand election is still months away and there are two crucial questions: do we need leadership to forge out the next stage of our future; or can we continue with only the prospect of a managed country at the end of this election?

Duration: 00:21:29


81 OMG. The LARGEST CYBERATTACK EVER is here.

5/17/2017
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Martin Hardy was in his hospital gown, about to be wheeled into the operating room for knee surgery on Saturday morning at Royal London Hospital in East London, when his operation was abruptly canceled. A day after one of the largest “ransomware” attacks on record, what did the British Home Secretary tell the TADS network? And why did this attack strike right at the heart of British healthcare? New Zealand’s vulnerabilities revealed.

Duration: 00:17:18


79 Let's talk about SEX

5/3/2017
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Talking about sex to your teenager is a bit of a daunting task. What age do you start? How do you bring it up? And is there such as thing as too much information? The Parenting Place's Dave Atkinson has years of experience in this area and his work with the Attitude Health saw him talk to thousands of high school children about sexuality, intimacy, and everything in between. But we ask - when?

Duration: 00:18:51


77 TVNZ are SLASHING everywhere like they just don’t care

3/29/2017
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Our national broadcaster is CUTTING jobs, and they don’t give a toss. TVNZ Chief Executive Kevin Kenrick said changes to its teams were designed to make it ‘sustainable.’ But is this the RIGHT APPROACH in adapting New Zealand media? We investigate with an EXCLUSIVE scoop. PLUS - DID SOMEONE SAY WE HAVE AN APP?

Duration: 00:23:51