Between Two Beers Podcast

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

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episode 90: Chris Moorman: How I won $42 million playing poker

Chris Moorman is one of the most successful poker players of all time. He has won over $42 million dollars playing cards and is widely considered to be the best online tournament player ever, but he’s also crossed over successfully into live tournaments – winning over $1 million on three separate occasions...


 2022-07-24  1h23m

episode 89: Brodie Kane: Making it on my own

Brodie Kane has built a hugely successful career in the media over the past 15 years. She was runner-up in the latest edition of Dancing with the Stars. She left mainstream media to start her own company – Brodie Kane Media – where she hosts the very popular The Girls Uninterrupted and Kiwi Yarns podcasts, and produces two other podcasts, Three Gals One Beehive, and Out the Gayte...


 2022-07-17  1h55m

episode 88: Ric Salizzo: The Forrest Gump of NZ sport

Ric Salizzo is New Zealand sports broadcasting royalty – journalist, television presenter and producer – turned rugby consultant in New York. Ric started his career as a journalist with TVNZ before becoming the All Blacks’ first ever media liaison officer in 1992. Prior to that he pioneered sports media coverage producing the behind-the-scenes documentary The Good, the Bad and the Rugby which kickstarted a series of follow ups over the years...


 2022-07-10  1h9m

episode 87: Hayley Sproull: Riding the comedy wave

Hayley Sproull is one of New Zealand’s top entertainers and definitely one of the busiest! She is co-host on ZM's hugely popular Fletch, Vaughan and Hayley Breakfast Show. She has been co-host of The Great Kiwi Bake Off and more recently the host of comedic current affairs show Have You Been Paying Attention? She plays the lead role in the kiwi sitcom Golden Boy which premiered in 2019...


 2022-07-03  1h45m

episode 86: Grant Fox: The value of vulnerability

Grant Fox is one of the best to have ever worn the All Blacks no10 jersey and is still regarded as one of the finest goal-kickers of all time. He scored 645 points across 46 tests, and played nearly 200 games for Auckland in domestic rugby. He’s been involved in New Zealand rugby for over 40 years as a player, coach, and for the last 10 years as an All Blacks selector...


 2022-06-26  1h43m

episode 85: Jono and Ben: The journey to prime time

Jono Pryor and Ben Boyce otherwise known as Jono and Ben are one of the most recognisable duos in New Zealand entertainment. After starting out as stars in their own right they came together as Jono and Ben a juggernaut of Kiwi comedy that was one of TVs top rating shows for seven years. The show helped launch the career of many of New Zealand’s top comedic acts and their skits and pranks became legendary and live on to this day...


 2022-06-19  1h38m

episode 85: Ryan Nelsen: The truth about life in the EPL (re-release)

In this episode we’re rewinding the clock one year to June 2021, when we sat down with All Whites legend Ryan Nelsen.    I remember this as a breakthrough episode for us. It was our 50th podcast, our biggest guest and we were both really anxious about getting it right.     And Ryan couldn’t have been a better guest. Across nearly two hours he shared all the best bits of his life and career – and we’re really proud of how it turned out...


 2022-06-12  1h51m

episode 84: Blair Tuke: Epic ocean stories

Blair Tuke is one of New Zealand’s most successful and best sportsmen. He’s won an Olympic gold medal and two silvers, two America’s Cup titles, six 49er World Championships and with teammate Peter Burling, was named NZ sports team of the year in 2017...


 2022-06-05  1h52m

episode 83: Dame Susan Devoy: The stories you haven't heard

Susan Devoy is one of New Zealand’s greatest-ever sportswomen and was the world’s top-ranked squash player from 1983 until 1992, winning eight British Open women’s titles and four World Opens. In retirement, she was knighted aged 34, the youngest Kiwi to achieve the honour since Sir Edmund Hilary. Then after gaining 20 years of experience in a number of roles, Devoy served as New Zealand race relations commissioner from 2013-2018...


 2022-05-29  1h53m

episode 82: Dom Harvey: Thirty years behind the mic

Dom was one of New Zealand’s most popular breakfast radio hosts from 2001 to 2021. He’s won the Sir Paul Holmes Award for NZ Broadcaster of the Year, written three best-selling books and has turned his passion for running into a new podcast called 'Runners Only With Dom Harvey'...


 2022-05-22  1h23m