Between Two Beers Podcast

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

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episode 82: Mike Lane: The worst stories broadcast in NZ (re-release)

On this episode we’re re-winding the clock nearly two years to September 23, 2020, when we sat down with Alternative Commentary Collective boss Mike Lane.    Lane was Between Two Beers’ first big ‘get’. Up untill then, we’d been a relatively niche football podcast, but this chat inspired us to broaden our outlook. Lane is a world-class storyteller and this was one of our most memorable episodes...


 2022-05-15  2h23m

episode 81: Mark Richardson: The man behind the act

Mark Richardson was a test batsman, who has gone on to become one of New Zealand’s most sought-after broadcasters.    He’s one of New Zealand’s best cricket commentators who's also been a host of the Crowd Goes Wild, Radio Sport breakfast, the Block, the AM Show and The Project...


 2022-05-08  1h56m

episode 80: Chris Cairns: Breaking my silence

On this episode of Between Two Beers we talk to Chris Cairns.    Chris is one of the best cricketers NZ has produced. A powerful, big-hitting batter who could bowl as well as he could bat. For 15-years, Chris was an ever-present in living rooms across New Zealand smashing sixes and taking wickets on TV – a sporting hero.    But on the 19th of May, 2014 it was revealed Chris was under investigation for match-fixing allegations, and his life has never been the same...


 2022-05-01  1h37m

episode 79: Jack Tame: The art of the interview

Jack is one of the most talented people we’ve met. He was described to us by one of his colleagues as journalism’s Swiss Army Knife – a guy that does it all. He’s been a Breakfast host, a 6pm newsreader, he hosts one of NZ’s biggest radio shows on Newstalk ZB, is a columnist for the NZ Herald, has moderated live election debates, now hosts TVNZ’s Q and A and has seen more, and experienced more of the world – than any 35-year-old we know...


 2022-04-24  2h0m

episode 78: Josh Kronfeld: Not your average rugby player

Josh is an All Blacks legend who played at two Rugby World Cups across 54 games for the All Blacks and was a cult hero in Dunedin, where he played over 100 games for Otago and the Highlanders...


 2022-04-17  1h54m

episode 77: Ryan Fox: The best and worst of life on tour

Ryan Fox is one of NZ’s best golfers and has won two European Tour titles and has 13 professional wins...


 2022-04-10  1h58m

episode 76: Chloë McCardel: The world's greatest open-water swimmer

Chloe’s story tests the limits of human endurance, and it may stretch your appreciation of what the human body and mind can achieve.    She is probably the greatest ultra-marathon swimmer in history, and holds world records for the longest non-stop swim (124 km, 42 hours) and the most crossings of the English Channel (44)...


 2022-04-03  1h25m

episode 75: Dion Nash: A tale of two careers

In this episode, we talk about how Dion met his wife, Former Silver Fern captain Bernice Mene, opening the bowling with Jeff Wilson in Otago, what really happened when Dion, Stephen Fleming and Matt Hart got suspended for smoking pot in South Africa, how he stumbled into a high-profile corporate career soon after retiring from cricket, and the lessons he’s learned along the way.  Show notes | Episode 75 | Dion Nash 1...


 2022-03-27  2h2m

episode 74: PJ Harding: Why I walked away from radio stardom

We talk to PJ about why she walked away from radio at the top of her game, what she’s planning next, her relationship with former co-host Jase – and the realities of breakfast radio, and we document Seamus’ rough run attempting to slide into PJ’s Instagram DMs from years ago. Show notes | Episode 74 | Polly Harding 1.28 The journey from Melbourne to Masterton (or Mount Bruce) 6.40 PJ or Polly? And baby Campbell on the way 9...


 2022-03-20  1h24m

episode 73: Lance Cairns: The Story That Could Not Be Told

Last week we flew to Gisborne (Thanks to Air New Zealand’s Grabaseat) to talk to Lance Cairns about his incredible life. In the first 30 minutes we’d heard stories about Don Bradman, Johnny Cash and the Queen! It was a conversation that wouldn’t have been possible for nearly 50 years due to his hearing impairment, but thanks to his cochlear implant – we had an afternoon we won’t ever forget Show notes | Episode 73 | Lance Cairns > Final 2.03 “Welcome to what?!” 3...


 2022-03-13  1h25m