Host James Nokise invites broadcasters Stacey Morrison (Ngāi Tahu), Scotty Morrison (Ngāti Whakaue), comedian Courtney Dawson (Ngāti Kurī /Tainui), psychologist Logan Hamley (Ngāti Rangi/Pākehā) and actor Scotty Cotter (Tainui/Fiji) to join him in a korero about mental health and te ao Māori.
Their chicken of choice? Fried chicken sandwiches.
Warning: this podcast this episode contains language and themes which some may find, as James says, very "real".
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