On this episode of Ask Me Anything, Paula is joined by multi-talented creative and 'Snapchat Dude' Tom Sainsbury. The two discuss the panini-sized elephant in the room - why exactly did Tom choose to impersonate Paula for all those years? - as well as discussing his upbringing, heading to the United States and practising Buddhism. They then focus on social media and what you can do to rake in the followers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How Anita got lost in the wilderness (ft Tom Sainsbury)
Kita and Anita's Happy Hour
Guess who's back in the house? Ania rejoins Kita after a few weeks away, and the two catch up on where she's been, the latest reality show drama in New Zealand, and why a man wore a wig to attack the Mona Lisa. Plus, Kita is joined by NZ comedy icon Tom Sainsbury to discuss his new tour - and there are some camp new sounds on the board. Find tickets to Tom Sainsbury's tour here Follow Kita:@kitamean on Instagram@kitamean on Twitter@kitameanofficial on TikTokFollow Anita:@anitawiglit on Instagram@anitawiglit on TwitterWant to get int ouch with the podcast? Send your questions to email@example.comCaluzzi Cabaret is open under Auckland's Covid Protection Framework settings to fully vaccinated customers - book here: https://www.caluzzi.co.nz/book-onlineSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Carly chats with Tom Sainsbury. Comedian, Snapchat dude and lover of chips! Tom talks about his journey with Buddhism, and the time he donated his sperm.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
· Tom Sainsbury - Comedian, Actor & Writer: CreativeProcess & Career· Benny Mack – Host· Selenya – Producer· Special Thanks – Auckland ActorsTom Sainsbury came into prominence in 2017 by using Snapchat and short video content to satirise New Zealand politicians. He has since expanded to parodying New Zealanders of all walks of life on his Facebook page. In 2020 he was named 'Herald Entertainer of the year'. This came from years of creating his social media content, starring in Wellington Paranormal, The Educators and being a regular on Have You Been Paying Attention, acting in feature film Dead and writing the comedy book New Zealanders: A Field Guide. The latter is a hilarious catalogue of all the New Zealand character types he's come across over the years. Since then, he has become a regular on New Zealand television with Snackmasters and Give Us A Clue and he is about to tour New Zealand with his show Tom Sainsbury: Snapchat Live.Show LinksTom Sainsbury - Snapchat Dude Live NZ Tour 2022 - EventfindaTom Sainsbury - Comedian and Snapchat Dude | FacebookTalkback PagesFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/talkbacknzYouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCwW5neVbnR4mqQp-V3ln0SgD-Live: https://dlive.tv/TalkbackTwitter: https://twitter.com/ThaneKirbyhttps://twitter.com/SelinaSpainWant to catch up with the show in the car?Subscribe to the audio in the app of your choice:https://talkback.nz/listenSupport this Show: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/talkbacknzhttps://talkback.nzTalkback Weeknights: Thane & the Team is Talkback chat with business-minded folks,commentators, innovators, creators & more.
Tom Sainsbury is this weeks' guest on the brand new podcast from The Hits, The Humble Yum Yum, hosted by Ganesh Raj. The Humble Yum Yum explores Food, Family and Fame, and each week Ganesh & his celebrity guest create a recipe that can feed 4 people for under $20. Tom's ultimate comfort food is a creamy pasta dish, and Ganesh increases the nutritional value without breaking the bank, by adding loads of vege goodness.Thanks To Countdown.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Department of Conversation with Pat Brittenden
Tom Sainsbury, aka "Snapchat dude", is a comedian, actor and writer known for his hilarious Snapchat impressions of people, including of former MP Paula Bennett with whom he now works on TVNZ's new game show, Give Us a Clue. Tom can also be seen in Wellington Paranormal as Constable Parker.
Some Of My Favourite People Season 3 EP 2. Tom Sainsbury.
Some Of My Favourite People
Thomas Sainsbury is a New Zealand based actor, comedian, playwright, author and director. He is well known for his political satire, and caricatures of middle New Zealand. We had a really fun conversation about insecurity, empathy and mellowing with age. Thank you so much for your time Tom! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tomsainsbury6Instagram: @thomassainsbury
Tom Sainsbury policing holiday snaps with Tourism New Zealand for new campaign
The Sunday Session with Francesca Rudkin
There are over 2101 trees lining the shores of Lake Wanaka. Tom Sainsbury wants to know why you'd take another picture of "that Wanaka Tree."The Kiwi comedian is concerned that many New Zealanders are being led astray "under the social influence" of much-repeated photos online. The Wanaka willow has appeared in over 63,000 Instagram photos and counting, the nearby Roy's Peak has been tagged 70,000 times, and frankly many of these photos look a little similar.As the face of Tourism New Zealand's latest campaign Sainsbury has been policing the social-media trends of Kiwis for a promotional video. Patrolling lavender fields and the scenes of New Zealand's most heinous travel photo clichés, he has been encouraging New Zealanders to see more of their backyard."What you need to do is think outside the square," he says.Sainsbury wants you to get off the beaten track and "share something new". He's not above a bit of bribery to achieve this.As part of the campaign Tourism New Zealand is selecting the top 10 photos tagged with #DoSomethingNewNZ on social media through February, rewarding them with $500 each to put towards a New Zealand holiday."'New' is different to everyone," says Bjoern Spreitzer, GM of domestic at TNZ."What we are asking Kiwis to do is find a tourism experience or destination that is new to them, then post that to social media in a new way."To do this Spreitzer suggests consulting friends and family rather than the photos of travel bloggers.The tourism body wants to see fewer "hot tub back shots" and more unusual activities in lesser-visited places."There are so many incredible things to do in New Zealand, beyond the social trends," says Spreitzer.To be in with a chance of winning one of 10 domestic travel vouchers worth $500, share your most original New Zealand travel photos via the hashtag #DoSomethingNewNZ on TNZ's social media before 1 March.text by Thomas Bywater, NZ HeraldSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
106 - Charactered Bubbles - Tom Sainsbury in Auckland joins Samuel Mann in Sawyers Bay and Mawera Karetai in Whakatane. With a contribution from Tahu Mackenzie. This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - oar.org.nz