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Viewmaster w/ Sam Sinnott: May 22, 2018

Viewmaster w/ Sam Sinnott: May 22, 2018 Viewmaster w/ Sam Sinnott: May 22, 2018, 54.87 MB
Tue 22 May 2018

Television extraordinaire Sam Sinnott's in studio to talk Evil Genius (2018), the new Netflix docu-series that delves into the true story of America's most diabolical bank heist, and apparently, it's Wild Wild Country level good. Big call? You be the judge. 

Ready, Steady, Learn w/ Kiri Dell: May 22, 2018

Ready, Steady, Learn w/ Kiri Dell: May 22, 2018 Ready, Steady, Learn w/ Kiri Dell: May 22, 2018, 87.06 MB
Tue 22 May 2018

Kiri Dell of the University of Auckland's Business School is in to teach Mike a thing or two about Māori land aspirations - specifically, how fear and conflict obstructs these aspirations. We talk about dispossession, displacement, and the emotional legacy of historical colonisation... just your classic Tuesday morning chat. Shit's getting real. 

Mana Whenua vs Fletchers

Worry Week: Housing at Ihumatao Worry Week: Housing at Ihumatao, 17.51 MB
Tue 22 May 2018

News Editor Lillian Hanly got in touch with Pania Newton about the land at Ihumatao in Manukau, and Fletchers plans to build on it. Newton is heading the movement against Fletchers, and discusses the land which was supposed to be added to the Otuataua Stonefields Historic Reserve.

International News: Hong Kong Democracy

Hong Kong Democracy Hong Kong Democracy, 21.71 MB
Tue 22 May 2018

As Hong Kong starts cracking down on pro-democracy and pro-independence activists, the rest of the world stays silent as it attempts to cut trade deals with China. Conor explores how Hong Kong is changing, why Hong Kongers are taking to the street more and more as well as how New Zealanders can best show solidarity with the young people fighting for the same rights we enjoy here in Aotearoa

Dr Rosie Gibson discusses her new research project

Sleep & Dementia Sleep & Dementia , 25.22 MB
Tue 22 May 2018

Wire Host Leonard Powell chats with Dr Rosie Gibson about the $250 000 grant that she recently recieved to investigate sleep. In particular its relationship to health and wellbeing of older New Zealanders, highlighting the personal, sociological and economical impact of sleep problems. 

The health effects of Sugar

Sugar Problems Sugar Problems, 34.92 MB
Tue 22 May 2018

bFM reporter Oscar Perress speaks to AUT Professor Grant Schofield, co-author of the most comprehensive report of the health effects of sugar in recent history. This is the extended version of the interview, which discussed sugars effect on the masses, and an eight-point plan to fix the crisis. 

I/V Andrew Savage (Parquet Courts) May 2018

I/V Andrew Savage (Parquet Courts) May 2018 I/V Andrew Savage (Parquet Courts) May 2018, 29.22 MB
Tue 22 May 2018

Andrew Savage of Parquet Courts chats to Hunter about the background of the new Parquet Courts album 'Wide Awake!' including discussions around working with Danger Mouse and contributing artwork to the project.

'Wide Awake!' is out now via Rough Trade Records.

Tuesday Wire

The Wire with Leonard: 22nd May 2018 The Wire with Leonard: 22nd May 2018, 107.78 MB
Tue 22 May 2018

The Tuesday Wire for May 22nd. 
Leonard chats to Dr Rosie Gibson about Sleep & Dementia.
Conor Knell looks into Hong Kongs pro democracy protesters. 
Jack Marshall speaks to Dr Andrew Lorrey on the Green Desk. 
Lillian Hanly discusses housing at Ihumatao with Pania Newton.
Oscar Perress talks to Dr Grant Schofield about Sugar problems. 

 

My Morning Mixtape: A.C. Freazy

My Morning Mixtape: A.C. Freazy Freazy, 39.07 MB
Tue 22 May 2018

Alex aka A.C. Freazy picked out some of his favourite influential tunes from artists across Aotearoa! 

Purple Pilgrims - Thru Evry Cell
Jellphonic - Jell-o-phone
Parallel Dance Ensemble - Juices

The One To Four with Gin: May 22, 2018

The One To Four with Gin: May 22, 2018 The One To Four with Gin: May 22, 2018, 330.55 MB
Tue 22 May 2018