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Checkpoint Chat is an invitation to an all new gaming conversation. Hosted by seasoned writers Alessandro Barbosa (Gamespot, Critical Hit) and Matthew Figueira (Critical Hit), indulge yourself in discussion about games being played right now, weekly news and conversations with you, a listener.
 
Checkpoint Daily breaks down the biggest stories in esports, gaming, and geek culture. From Cosplay to consoles and everything in-between, we have you covered. Hosted by gamers and video game journalists, Norris Howard, Robbie Landis, Ric Hogerheide, and Chadd Callahan. They've got your daily update on all the things you love in 30 minutes or less.
 
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Beasley Media Group

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CheckpointAFK is ready to be a favorite of every self-proclaimed gamer, geek, nerd! From the minds of the CheckpointXP Crew comes a podcast conversation that focuses on gaming pop culture topics near and dear to gamers like the latest season of Stranger Things, Black Mirror and all things Netflix, the best and worst TV intros of all time, or movies like Detective Pikachu or the latest Star Wars movie and giving you behind the scenes peek at CheckpointXP on the road from PAX East, E3, and Bli ...
 
A new podcast hosted by comedian Jake Yapp and games journalist Tamer Asfahani that discusses their relationship with video games and how gaming has changed over the decades. Peppered with anecdotes, this podcast is a family-friendly look at gaming and meanders through funny, silly, emotional and thoughtful themes with gaming at the core of the discussion.
 
‘At The Checkpoint’ Podcast is the place to be for Mountain,Trail and Coastal Running interviews. Just like a Checkpoint in a race these Podcasts are bite sized. The Runners,The Pioneers and not forgetting the Mavericks of the Endurance World will be amongst the guests on the show.Bringing a wealth of Endurance Running and Ultra Organising experience ‘At The Checkpoint’ Podcast Is hosted by the blister giving Huw Williams and his unique interview style which guarantee a very entertaining and ...
 
A video game show, for gamers by gamers, hosted by Chris Dalisay, Patrick Romero, and Ryan Raymundo. We’re a video game based conversational podcast with a hint of comedy mixed in. The show is spent talking about what we’re currently playing, while also getting into the current events of the video game world. Towards the end, the podcast is capped off with the fan favorite Last Checkpoint debate, where Chris moderates a debate between Ryan and Patrick. Example debate topics include “Esports ...
 
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Declan Dineen

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This is a show about videogames, The people who play them and the people who make them. Each week, a guest on the show talks about the games that have shaped their life in one way or another. Games that have inspired them, games that forged connections with others and games that have soothed wounds. Checkpoints!
 
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For a nation world famous for its dairy produce, a growing number of New Zealanders are choosing milk alternatives. If you're thinking about trying them, how do you choose? Taste is important, but what's the healthiest, and is it sustainably produced? Reporter Louise Ternouth and camera operator Marika Khabazi investigate. [embed] https://players.b…
 
GenCon is over, we didn't do great. But maybe the real nationals invite is the friends we made along the way? Probably not. But we did bring along one of those friends we made, so Dan Vang is here to talk with us about what we saw at GenCon! other notes: a terrible trip home, a heated rivalry, and WHY DOES EVERYONE LOVE DIGI-SIZE??? Gaia Force Gami…
 
It’s time for your weekly update from the Checkpoint team with all the latest info you need to survive another week in the video games industry! Join Elliot, Charlie, Omi and Lisa as they talk through our regular weekly segments, including Playing With Yourself, where we take you through the games we’ve been playing this week. We also discuss what’…
 
This week on Checkpoint Chat, we get down with the anime in Xenoblade Chronicles 3, everything needs to be cleaned in Powerwash Simulator, and would we eat a baked Fidough? Probably. ---- SHOW NOTES ----- 00:00:00​ - Touching grass (and grace) 00:11:43​ - We've barely scratched the surface of Xenoblade Chronicles 3 00:26:45 - Turbo Golf Racing seem…
 
This episode of The Checkpoint is sponsored by adidas TERREX. In this episode Sabrina and Rachel talk about what they wish they knew about trail running before they started and the important part that mindset plays, no matter what distance you’re running. They share techniques they use when things get tough during runs and what keeps them going. Th…
 
When Heathline was overwhelmed with Covid calls last year, leaving people waiting hours on hold, Māori health workers picked up the phones to save lives. Today three iwi organisations from Te Ika-a-Māui signed an agreement with New Zealand Telehealth Services, to make sure calls are answered. Sam Olley was at the ceremony.…
 
Developers who go big on rental blocks - can now get tax relief if they offer homes to tenants for 10 years. The government package announced today applies to new and existing build-to-rent developments of 20 or more units. And they only have to offer 10 years - tenants can say no and leave with 58 days notice. I asked the Housing Minister Megan Wo…
 
The Mongrel Mob was born out of state-run institutions for teens in the 1960s, the very institutions that are under the spotlight for mistreating children in their care. In recent years the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care has probed these state and faith-based set-ups. But there's a sense gang members have been reluctant to engage, s…
 
A fake doctor who worked at Auckland's Middlemore Hospital has the whole health sector on alert. Yuvaraj Krishnan worked in the hospital's respiratory unit for six months. The Ministry, Health Minister and Middlemore and are remaining tight-lipped while a police investigation is underway. Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand says it was already consid…
 
It's crunch time for the All Blacks this weekend especially coach Ian Foster. The side's lost five of their last six tests and New Zealand Rugby's hardly been glowing in its support of Foster, meaning lose this weekend and it could be all over for him. Reporter Leonard Powell popped out to ask people if they would be watching the game at 3am this S…
 
The Prime Minister is disputing claims bullying is rampant in the halls of power after Labour backbencher Gaurav Sharma hit 'go' on an explosive column in the NZ Herald. The Labour MP for Hamilton West - has laid low since penning the column alleging a bullying conspiracy that goes all the way up to the ninth floor. Our political reporter Anneke Sm…
 
Leo Molloy has quit the race to become the next mayor of Auckland, and has gone down fighting. Declaring 'cowboys don't cry', the self proclaimed 'hospo legend' says he's realised he can't win, after a poll showed he was third - behind Efeso Collins and Wayne Brown. Fronting the media this afternoon, holding a Heineken in his hand, he's gone out fi…
 
Demand for puppies during lockdown and beyond has seen an explosion of backyard breeders, not all of them good. That's according to industry association Dogs NZ. SPCA inspectors seized a number of designer dogs, reportedly more than 20, after executing a search warrant at Christchurch property yesterday. It follows one of the largest prosecutions i…
 
Auckland Transport has admitted that a T3 transit lane on Remuera Rd was made open to all traffic on weekends more than two years ago, but the sign restricting traffic has remained until July 2022. The T3 transit lane was initially a trial. The trial ended in May 2020, but the sign restricting traffic on weekends remained for more than two years. A…
 
Musicians set to play at a council-run Wellington festival in the capital have been calling out organisers for cutting their pay. A number of musicians, who were meant to play a cancelled show last year, say they were offered less money for this summer's gig because of an increase in supply costs. The Wellington City Council admits it made a mistak…
 
A petition has been delivered to Parliament, calling for the Russian ambassador to be expelled, and for New Zealand to sever diplomatic relations. New Zealand's Ukrainian community, along with National, ACT, and the Greens, have repeatedly called for the Ambassador's expulsion. But the government maintains sanctions are still the best course of act…
 
Up to 40 former Air New Zealand workers made redundant during Covid are yet to be hired back despite the airline cutting its flight schedule due to staffing issues. The national carrier's had its highest rates of crew sickness in more than a decade leading to fight cancellations. It is cutting back its domestic and international schedules to 90 per…
 
The debilitating effects of identity fraud committed by a drug-using former Waka Kotahi contract worker have robbed a man of his corporate career and left his credit rating in ruins. David Kerr's details were stolen from a transport agency system by David Allan Davies, who then ran up $26,000 of debt in Mr Kerr's name. Today Davies was jailed for m…
 
Te Tai Tokerau children finishing primary school have the worst tooth decay in the country. But the Far North mayor says the new compulsory fluoridation order is mystifying him, and happening too fast, and he still doesn't know how his council's going to pay for it. Sam Olley was at the district council's hui today.…
 
Middlemore Hospital is apologising to patients who were seen by a man pretending to be a doctor there for six months. A criminal investigation has been launched after the man was able to work there, seeing patients, without the proper qualifications. The hospital, now part of Te Whatu Ora/Health NZ is investigating, including contacting every patie…
 
Career firefighters at one of the country's busiest stations say they're clocking hundreds of hours in emergency overtime while struggling with faulty equipment, long hours, and a lack of trauma training. The Professional Firefighters Union has given notice of one-hour national stoppages at the end of month after failed negotiations with Fire and E…
 
National MP Sam Uffindell denies he terrified a flatmate by beating on her bedroom door and screaming obscenities until she fled through a window, but he has admitted beating a younger student when he was a boarder at King's College. He says, though, that boarding schools were full of 'rough and tumble' in the 1990s. So was violence and bullying re…
 
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