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Wednesday Wire with Lillian: 29th of November

Wednesday Wire with Lillian: 29th of November Wednesday Wire with Lillian: 29th of November, 108.82 MB
Thu 28 Dec 2017

On todays show we have Allan Blackman in for Dear science, talking about lightning, antimatter, Schrodingers cat and hand sanitizer. Paddy Gibson talks to us about the Australian sentiment towards the issues on Manus island. Phil twyford talks to us about the future of rail and roads in NZ and finally we talk about TVNZ's new webseries Baby Mama's Club with director Hanelle Harris and producer Mia Marama Henry.

Dear Science: Lightning, Dead Cats and Hand Sanitizer

Dear Science: Lightning, Dead Cats and Hand Sanitizer Dear Science: Lightning, Dead Cats and Hand Sanitizer, 35.18 MB
Thu 28 Dec 2017

Today on Dear Science with AUT's Allan Blackman, we talk about lightning and the sheer power of nature, is it creating dark matter? We delve into the mindblowing realm of quantum physics, do you think you can wrap your head around alternate realities, diverging cosmic pathways and a dead made up cat? Finally we discuss alcohol based sanitizer and how maybe its not the best idea to be using it during a late night cop stop.

Artbank: November 26

Artbank 26th November .mp3 mp3, 106.88 MB
Tue 26 Dec 2017

This week Nadine chats to Louie Bretaña ahead of his relational food performance 'Eat my Rice' at the Elam Grad Show.

What's Up? w/ Jacinda Ardern: December 18, 2017

What's Up? w/ Jacinda Ardern: December 18, 2017 What's Up? w/ Jacinda Ardern: December 18, 2017, 21.77 MB
Mon 18 Dec 2017

We farewell the year with a Prime Minister that may not have ever guessed they'd be the bearer of that particular title come 2017's end. What should we be proud of as New Zealanders this year? And what should we work on harder in the next?

Southern Cross: COP23, Tonga & Solomon Islands election results

Southern Cross: COP23, Tonga & Solomon Islands election results Southern Cross: COP23, Tonga & Solomon Islands election results, 21.41 MB
Mon 18 Dec 2017

AUT Pacific Media Centres Kendall Hutt stopped by the studio to discuss COP23 negiations and what impact they have in the Pacific, Tongas political Monarchy vs Parliment situation and also the outcome of elections which took place in the Solomon Islands.  

Loose Reads w/ Kiran Dass: December 18, 2017

Loose Reads w/ Kiran Dass: December 18, 2017 Loose Reads w/ Kiran Dass: December 18, 2017, 17.96 MB
Mon 18 Dec 2017

Allowing a Kiran rare Loose Reads: Phoner Edition seems only fair at this time of year - bookstores are swamped. Still, that means we get the freshest picks from the publisher carton like this week's music scene tome from Sam Knee, Untypical Girls: A Visual Survey of Women in Independent Rock

Natural Ange w/ Angela Haldane: December 18, 2017

Natural Ange w/ Angela Haldane: December 18, 2017 Natural Ange w/ Angela Haldane: December 18, 2017, 129.37 MB
Mon 18 Dec 2017

A rare in-studio consultation courtesy of Ange and Amelia D'Screte, who is presenting with a facial 'issue'... which, it turns out, is probably a spider bite. Thank goodness you were here, Ange. 🕷🕷🕷

I/V + Live-to-Air w/ Marlon Williams: December 18, 2017

I/V + Live-to-Air w/ Marlon Williams: December 18, 2017 I/V + Live-to-Air w/ Marlon Williams: December 18, 2017, 56.53 MB
Mon 18 Dec 2017

Christmas has come early this particular December Monday on Breakfast: we've got Marlon Williams and Dave Khan live in studio to soundtrack your morning rituals. You're welcome, city.

While Marlon's brilliant second album Make Way For Love isn't available for purchase until February (sorry, Christmas present lurkers), tickets to his Auckland Town Hall show _are_. Get in HERE.

The Wire with Joel: Monday 18th December, 2017

The Wire with Joel: Monday 18th December, 2017 The Wire with Joel: Monday 18th December, 2017, 104.26 MB
Mon 18 Dec 2017

Joel hosts the final Wire of the year with Sam Smith in which they recapped their best stories for the year, including:

Sam’s report on Spotify playlists with fake artists.

Joel's interview with Rohan Evans from the Wine Cellar.

Sam’s report on Grime for Corban.

Joel's report on Savemart's use of charity bins.

And Leonard Powell's Chat with Tart Bakery owner Phillipa Stephenson.

They also asked listener's who their favourite and worst people of the year were.

The One to Four with Pennie Black: December 18, 2017

The One to Four with Pennie Black: December 18, 2017 The One to Four with Pennie Black: December 18, 2017, 333.75 MB
Mon 18 Dec 2017

Pennie has returned to play tunes from the past, present & future.