Between Two Beers Podcast

Good questions. Great guests. Few beers....

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Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 7 days 9 hours 56 minutes


episode 98: Petra Bagust: 30 years in the spotlight

On this episode of Between Two Beers we talk to Petra Bagust.

Petra was one of the biggest stars of New Zealand television for 18 years. She burst onto the scene as a 22-year-old co-host of cult classic Ice TV, and walked away as host of NZ’s biggest gig on Breakfast, aged 40. 

Since then she’s started her own popular podcast called Grey Areas, and is a media chaplain...



Matt Heath: TV star, radio star, fake musician (re-release)

In this episode we’re winding the clock back two years to when we sat down with Matt Heath in November 2020.

Matt was one of the first ‘big names’ that gave us his time when we were finding our feet in the podcast game, and we loved this one...



episode 97: Kendra Cocksedge: I'm not done yet

Kendra Cocksedge is the most capped Black Fern of all time and their record point scorer who recently announced her retirement from rugby after a stellar career.

In 2019 she became the first female player to win the Kelvin R Tremain Memorial Trophy for New Zealand rugby player of the year. She was also recognised by World Rugby as the International Women’s Player of the Year in 2015 and was named as part of the World Rugby Team of the Decade for the 2010s...



episode 96: Daniel Kereopa: The Ultimate Waterman

Daniel Kereopa is a special person. You’ll hear it straight away. His messaging is subtle, captivating and deep. He’s disarming with his humour and self-depreciation, but behind it is real authenticity and humility. And he’s got an incredible story to tell.

Daniel was one of New Zealand’s best surfers across the late 90s and early 2000s and travelled the world competing against the best. But in 2008 his world came crashing down...



episode 95: Brad Smeele: The ride that changed my life

Brad Smeele was a world champion wakeboarder at the top of his game. His life was an endless summer of travel, competing, modelling, building and meeting women when a catastrophic accident changed his life and left him a quadriplegic in 2014.

Brad talks about the astonishingly raw and honest book about his journey – Owning It – The Ride That Changed My Life...


 2022-09-04  1h31m

episode 94: Dan Hooker: Built to fight

Dan Hooker has been a professional fighter for the last 13 years, forging a path to becoming one of the best UFC lightweight fighters in the world through kickboxing, Muay Thai, and mixed martial arts...


 2022-08-28  1h43m

episode 93: Ross Taylor: My side of the story

We talk to Ross Taylor about the response he’s had to his new book ‘Black and White’, the joy of dominating schoolboy cricket with a teenage Jesse Ryder, the hidden agendas which led to him being ousted as Black Caps captain, becoming an overnight millionaire in the IPL auction, the best memories of the late Sir Martin Crowe, deep convos with Kane Williamson, what life after cricket looks like and much, much more...


 2022-08-21  1h53m

episode 92: Eliza McCartney: My journey back to the podium

Eliza is a professional pole vaulter and one of the very best in the world. 

She burst onto the scene as a 19-year old, taking home bronze from the Rio Olympics, before winning silver at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, and smashing indoor and outdoor Oceania records...


 2022-08-14  1h41m

episode 91: Jason Hoyte: Stepping out of character

Jason Hoyte is a screen, and voice, actor, radio host, comedian, stage performer, former cricket umpire and father of four...


 2022-08-07  1h20m

Chelsea Lane: How to make it in the NBA (re-release)

On this episode of Between Two Beers we’re re-winding the clock to November 2021 when we sat down with Chelsea Lane.  
Chelsea was in the news last week when it was announced she’d been appointed as the Head of High Performance at Basketball NZ and we thought it was a great reason to re-share her extraordinary story...


 2022-07-31  1h46m