This week we continue with another installment of BLOODBANK... This time we have worked with Eddie Clemens to make a radio documentary that reflects on his 2014 work WES CRAVEN MARINA, process art,and his time in Japan...
Deputy Paul in with Natural Child, Neil Young, Little Feat and Auckland's own 70's hippie country vibe merchants, Magic Factory. Brand new music from Anna Tivel & Jeffery Martin, Ween from the deepest darkest corners of the bFM 90's vault and a little dip down the blues hole with Muddy Waters, Them & The Blues Band. Not to mention Sharon Van Etton, Reb Fountain & Courtney-Marie Andrews. Woop!
Producer Conor speaks with Jon Johanson, senior lecturer in the politics department at Victoria University. They discuss the implications of Winston Peter’s coalition decision and what change we can expect in the coming term.
Jami-Lee Ross from the National Party joins us to chat about the coalition results that were announced yesterday, and what the future holds for the new opposition party.
This week on Neighbourhood Watch with Nicole Wedding from Radio Adelaide: The UN Human Rights Committee has criticised Australia's past record. Breakfast show host Lisa Wilkinson has left the Today show for another channel under speculation of sexism from the station, and the Greens are saying drug dogs are ineffective and expensive.
Kelly spoke to renowned columnist David Slack about the prejudice Jacinda Ardern has been facing from some journalism personalities, and the role the media needs to take in the coming weeks.
Producer Laura Kvigstad, spoke with People Against Prison Aotearoa Political Parliamentary Advocacy Coordinator, Kate McIntyre on the recent petition to end solitary confinement in New Zealand.