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RNZ: Just One Thing
Candid conversations about the precious objects in our lives and the stories behind them.
Sep 5, 2017
The things that move Miriama McDowell
Actor, director and writer Miriama McDowell talks about her love of family, her craving for stability and the treasured op-shop chair which connects her to a beloved auntie.
Aug 25, 2017
Ben Hurley: I can feel your anger
Comedian Ben Hurley reminisces about Star Wars, Lego, a rundown flat and why being funny isn't about being the class clown.
Aug 18, 2017
Miranda Harcourt: poo, placentae and ashes
Actor, director and acting coach Miranda Harcourt talks about taking a back seat to her three children, working with international talent and a pouch of ashes that has special significance.
Aug 12, 2017
Pebbles Hooper opens up about social media wars
Former columnist Pebbles Hooper opens up about social media wars, growing up in the fashion industry, a fondness for goats and a portrait that she's terrified of destroying.
Jul 29, 2017
Kanoa Lloyd can't let go
TV presenter Kanoa Lloyd talks to Sonia Sly about her penchant for pretty hoarding, pottery and why she finds it hard to let go...in this episode of podcast, Just One Thing.
Jul 22, 2017
Comedy and the art of selling out
Te Radar talks to Sonia Sly about the most memorable show of his career, the art of comedy, why he would call himself a feminist if he was a woman, and the reason he's kept a special item of women's clothing.
Jul 15, 2017
The icing on Jordan Rondel's cake
If you're a dedicated follower of food and fashion, chances are you've heard of Jordan Rondel, aka The Caker. She talks about her love of food, her French roots and a precious family heirloom that involves a forbidden love story.
Jul 8, 2017
Kelvin Cruickshank: just an ordinary guy
Psychic medium Kelvin Cruickshank talks about the downside of being a familiar face, extraordinary experiences, special friendships and the gift that brought him to tears.
Jul 1, 2017
Sir Richard Faull's Obsession: When one brain just isn't enough
Brought up in a small rural town with no other connection to the fields of science or medicine Sir Richard Faull says it was growing up in a community minded family that ultimately led to him falling in love with the human brain.
Jun 24, 2017
Shortland Street's Jarod Rawiri on family, fame and acting
Just One Thing is a new podcast series presented and produced by Sonia Sly. In this episode she chats candidly to Shortland Street actor Jarod Rawiri about a childhood toy that's looking a little worse for wear, but after 32 years it's a household treasure that triggers childhood memories of growing up with a solo Mum and his long time love of cinema.