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Paul Bushnell talks about Iâ€™m not a Monster and Mark Steelâ€™s in Town. Audio
Paul Bushnell talks about the abuse of power exposed by Where is George Gibney? and British Scandal. Audio
RNZ's Paul Bushnell has been listening to podcasts that he feels really demand your attention. He joins Jesse to discuss Tumanbay and The Cipher, both made by the BBC. Audio
Today Paul Bushnell reviews Trumpian podcasts: Trumpcast and How it Happened. Audio
Paul Bushnell reviews Fresh Air with Terry Gross and Audio Long Reads from the Guardian. Audio
Paul Bushnell is talking today about how different clichÃ©s are subverted by great storytelling: Fragments, an RNZ series about the 2011 Christchurch earthquake, and Carrier from the USA - what would… Audio
Paul Bushnell is talking today about two different views of the Trump presidency: Trumpcast and How it Happened. Audio
Paul Bushnell is talking today about two USA podcasts exploring different aspects of contemporary culture - history and tv drama - with very different levels of success. The Authority on His Dark… Audio
Paul Bushnell reviews two recently released history podcasts: The Service and Floodlines. Audio
Paul Bushnell looks at the difference between a radio broadcast and a podcast and reviews the BBC's Kermode & Mayo's Film Review, and Tracks. Audio
Paul Bushnell has a fascination with political podcasts - but there are two he listens to more than most - The NPR Politics Podcast and The Political Gabfest. Audio
Today's podcast picks are focused on story-telling, and Paul Bushnell's beginning with one which listeners may have heard about on Afternoons last week. Audio
Paul Bushnell reviews two podcasts that explore white collar fraud - The Dropout - the deception by Elizabeth Holmes and The Fake Heiress which looks at the crimes of Anna Sorokin. Audio
RNZ's Paul Bushnell is in to talk about drama podcasts, and has three recommendations of gritty, gripping audio series to listen to. Audio
Big Mouth is "A fine performance of thought-provoking material", says Paul Bushnell
Paul Bushnell heads along to The Science Show and says "the result is a goofy, entertaining blend of information and spectacle".
Paul Bushnell reviews the play Te Pō and finds that he has a differing opinion to those seated around him.
Paul Bushnell reviews the final two parts of The James Plays and finds it near impossible to find a fault.
In La Cucina dell'Arte, brothers Danny and David Ronaldo perform a broad form of physical theatre featuring stock characters in farcical situations. Paul Bushnell heads along to the big top at…
Paul Bushnell reviews Marama, the dance-theatre work by local company The Conch.