It’s A Drama Podcast.
This podcast was born in 2019.
Returning to New Zealand after a twelve-month backpacking trip around the world, Liz started a podcast with her teenage son, Sonny.
They talked about all things travel and living in New Zealand with teenagers.
She told others that the podcast was designed to help other parents with teenagers.
But that wasn’t entirely true.
It was her way of legitimately sticking her nose into her son’s business while she slurped lots of green tea.
When Sonny finally grew tired of spending his days recording conversations with his ma, Liz roped her long-suffering husband, Brian, onto the show.
The couple now records weekly videos on YouTube about life in New Zealand and other very cool stuff.
They like to drink wine and chew the fat. They talk about life, travel, kids, money, being British and living in New Zealand.
Opportunity in New Zealand. Is there any?
I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve been asked this question. I have to say it is usually from people who are moving to New Zealand from the USA, people who say, ‘we’d love to move to New Zealand but we’ve heard that there aren’t many opportunities there.’
Time for us to make a podcast episode and share all of the opportunities that we (my family of four) have had since moving to New Zealand twelve years ago.
If you are thinking of moving to New Zealand you’ll want to learn everything you can about the country before you arrive. You’ll definitely want to be told about any unusual things that might be waiting for you.
Because no one likes weird surprises.
New Zealand or Canada? Which is the best country to live in?
New Zealand and Canada are amongst the top destinations that people choose to emigrate to.
In this podcast and video, we talk about why we (a wife, husband and two small kids) chose to move to New Zealand over Canada and whether we regretted any of the decisions that we made.
If you are moving to New Zealand then the first thing you will consider is which island to live on. North or South?
We get asked this a lot from families who are moving to New Zealand and have no clue as to which island offers most.
So we thought we’d help out. Give you our honest thoughts (and experiences) on what we have experienced on both sides of the water.
What are New Zealand kids like?
This is a question that we get asked this a lot from families who are moving to New Zealand with kids.
So we thought we’d spill the beans.
The Watties ones, not the Heinz. And give you an insight into kiwi parents & how the kids in New Zealand are raised differently than in the UK.
Building your own home is what most people dream of.
We were no different.
When we moved to New Zealand twelve years ago, building a house in New Zealand was right up there on our list of hopes. Along with eventually mastering the New Zealand slang words.
And after two years of living in New Zealand, we took the leap and set about building a new house on a piece of land in Taranaki, New Zealand.
In this podcast, we show you how things played out.
Are you thinking of emigrating to New Zealand from America?
Then you’re going to love what we have to share.
In this New Zealand podcast episode, I talk to Katie and David, an American couple who recently made moving to New Zealand a reality.
Katie is a nurse from California and David worked for the LAPD. They had dreamed of living in New Zealand for a while and now that dream is their reality.
But it wasn’t all plain sailing…
Is New Zealand behind the times?
In this podcast, Brian and I talk about a topic that so many people (people who have usually never even been here) like to say.
That is that New Zealand is behind the times. A bit backwards. Slow to catch on.
“Ohhh… it’s like the UK in the 1950’s”. There are air raid shelters and everything…
This is Part two of the interview with Jenn, a New Zealander who spent lockdown in England with her British partner.
If you didn’t catch part 1: Life in New Zealand vs life in the UK then go and listen to that now. it’s a cracker!
This week’s podcast is a little bit different. We have a real New Zealand guest.
Jen is one of those New Zealand people that you are going to fall in love with.
Just as her British boyfriend did.