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Artbank: 13 October 2019

Artbank: 13 October 2019 Artbank: 13 October 2019, 222.06 MB
Sun 20 Oct 2019

 

Walking about is a series of performative and participatory walks that travel across Auckland with Te Hau ā Uru – the West Wind.

The walks are artworks – guided experiences leading audiences and participants across Auckland – created by twelve artists: Suzanne Cowan, Vanessa Crofskey, Christina Houghton, Melissa Laing, Jeremy Leatinu’u, Andrew McMillan, Richard Orjis, Rosanna Raymond, val smith, Pita Turei, Layne Waerea and Becca Wood.

 

Tom talks to Christina Houghton and Melissa Laing, the projesct's founders, about the concept. They also talk about some of the artists involved, including a little bit about their own practices. 

I/V w/ Cristian Dinamarca: October 17, 2019

I/V w/ Cristian Dinamarca: October 17, 2019 I/V w/ Cristian Dinamarca: October 17, 2019, 20.29 MB
Thu 17 Oct 2019

Swedish-Chilean DJ Dinamarca, and co-founder of the Staycore label, is in Aotearoa for the first time to play at Whammy backroom thanks to Community Garden! Rachel spoke to Dinamarca about music, how he got into DJ-ing and the community of artists he works with around the world. Tune in and head along to the gig tonight! 

95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: October 17, 2019

95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: October 17, 2019 95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: October 17, 2019, 319.54 MB
Thu 17 Oct 2019

Today on your bFM Breakfast: Kicking your Thursday off with some political yarns with Professor Jennifer Curtin; followed by mouth-watering breakfast suggestions, thanks to Leisha; Dinamarca pops into the studio ahead of his gig at Whammy Backroom tonight; Troy brings in a few picks hot off the press; and Amelia wraps up a sugary Small Top Ten alongside the official 95bFM Top Ten. 

Political Commentary w/ Prof. Jennifer Curtin: October 17, 2019

Political Commentary w/ Prof. Jennifer Curtin: October 17, 2019 Jennifer Curtin: October 17, 2019, 19.81 MB
Thu 17 Oct 2019

We've got Professor Jennifer Curtin on the line bright and early this morning to get a good dose of what's happening in politics. Talking polls, the latest local elections, and new regulations for University accommodation.

Breakfast Food w/ Leisha Jones: October 17, 2019

Breakfast Food w/ Leisha Jones: October 17, 2019 Breakfast Food w/ Leisha Jones: October 17, 2019, 13.45 MB
Thu 17 Oct 2019

Giving the listeners what they want, and talking actual breakfast food on Breakfast Food, this morning. Leisha's talking breakfast foods from around the world, leaving Rachel and Tess salivating for something more than muesli.

From The Crate w/ Troy Ferguson: October 17, 2019

From The Crate w/ Troy Ferguson: October 17, 2019 From The Crate w/ Troy Ferguson: October 17, 2019, 30.87 MB
Thu 17 Oct 2019

LP exploration with the ever-knowledgeable Troy, featuring the following new cakes and/or tasty re-releases:

  • Geraldo Pino - Power To The People
  • Ana Mazzotti - Sou / Em Acalanto
  • Allah Lahs - Holding Pattern

All available from and thanks to Southbound Records.

Get Your Earrings, Get Your Seeds! Zero Waste on K Rd: October 17, 2019

Get Your Earrings, Get Your Seeds! Zero Waste on K Rd: October 17, 2019 Get Your Earrings, Get Your Seeds! Zero Waste on K Rd: October 17, 2019, 11.67 MB
Thu 17 Oct 2019

Mary-Margaret learns about zero waste packaging with Crushes, who have just launched their latest initiative: seed paper.

Pastoral Care with Minister Hipkins: October 17, 2019

Pastoral Care with Minister Hipkins: October 17, 2019 Pastoral Care with Minister Hipkins: October 17, 2019, 12.61 MB
Thu 17 Oct 2019

Sherry asks Education Minister Chris Hipkins about amendments made to Pastoral Care laws for students in Halls of Residence.

The Wire with Stewart: October 17, 2019

The Wire with Stewart: October 17, 2019 The Wire with Stewart: October 17, 2019, 103.69 MB
Thu 17 Oct 2019

Stewart's back and it's a Wire for the history books, with two producers in studio at the same time! Mary-Margaret and Justin are back this week.

On the show:

  • With the news that Mediaworks has made some pretty major cuts to comedy and reality TV shows, Stewart Sowman-Lund speaks to journalist Philip Matthews. He’s the co-author of Funny As, a book about the history of Kiwi Comedy. Stewart gets his thoughts on what the cuts and cancellations to comedy programming might mean for the future of the industry.
  • Then, Labour Party MP and Justice Minister Andrew Little is here. Today, he talks about last week’s polling and a new counter terrorism bill
  • After that, Mary-Margaret learns about zero waste packaging with K Rd vintage shop, Crushes, who have just installed their latest initiative
  • Plus, producer Sherry asks Education Minister Chris Hipkins about amendments made to Pastoral Care laws for students in Halls of Residences
  • Then, International Desk is back - Justin delves into some history on the Turkey offensive into Syria.

All that plus a chaotic Poll Position and some texts from our listeners. It's The Thursday Wire and it's wired as.

Labour's Andrew Little on polling and counter-terrorism: October 17, 2019

Labour's Andrew Little on polling and counter-terrorism: October 17, 2019 Labour's Andrew Little on polling and counter-terrorism: October 17, 2019, 18.82 MB
Thu 17 Oct 2019

Justice Minister Andrew Little is back for his weekly chat with host Stewart Sowman-Lund. This week: Polling might spell bad news for Labour. What does the Minister make of it all? And why are the Greens planning to vote against new counter terrorism legislation.