I tēnei ata kei te Hōtaka Parakuihi: it's Tuesday morning which means another round of 'Second Guessing'; Rachel catches up with the Mayor to talk about Covid; Kōtiro is the artist on this week's 'Short Player'; Zoë gives us a run-down on local and international shows to watch from home in 'Theatre Guide'; and we flex our brains on 'Ready, Steady, Learn'. Whakarongo mai nei!
Young Marble Giants - Brand - New - Life
Nana Yamato - The Day Song
Fruit Juice Parade - Metalmorphosis
lau.ra - Don't Waste My Time feat. JessB
Miss Grit - Imposter
Cody Currie - When The Time Is Right
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - Pleura
Siouxsie and the Banshees - Cities in Dust
Goat Girl - A-Men
The Weather Station - Heart
pickle darling - Rosary
serpentwithfeet - Same Size Shoe
Opposite Sex - Combine Harvester
Mort Garson - Space Walker feat. The Time Zone
Virginia Wing - 99 North
Navy Blue - Sea Bass
Gallery S & MoMa Ready - Goddess Veil
Julien Baker - Heatwave
Nadia Reid - High & Lonely
Noname - Rainforest
Loma - Ocotillo
Kaytranada - Caution
Grandaddy - Summer Here Kids
Femi Kuti - As We Struggle Everyday
Stereolab - Household Names
Ben Woods - Body Rhyme
Hand Habits - what's the use - Katie Dey Remix
Perfume Genius - Your Body Changes Everything - Boy Harsher Remix
This morning Rachel speaks with PhD student Alehandrea Manuel from the School of Population Health, Medical and Health Sciences to learn about her thesis topic which explores 'Experiences of Hearing Loss and Hearing Services among Older Māori and whānau'. Tune in to find out more!
Level 3 might have out pause on irl theatre (shakes fist at Covid) but Zoë's got some hot tips for some cool stuff to check out from the comfort of your couch. For local lovers you can tune in to Poetry and Pyjamas this thursday via zoom to hear 20 poets from Aotearoa do their thing, or you could take a trip to London via the National Theatre at Home's archives to watch many a celeb tread the boards.
Today on the Tuesday Wire, Lyric Waiwiri-Smith speaks to to Dr Sarah Cowie, a senior lecturer in Psychology at the University of Auckland, about how community expectations impact our actions during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Jemima Huston talks to Dr Caroline Bell, a Canterbury District Health Board psychiatrist, about the impact of the Christchurch earthquakes on the Canterbury community following the 10 year anniversary of the fatal February 22nd earthquake last week.
Jade Lewis looks into the impact of intermittent lockdowns on music industry. She speaks to Jonathan Meyer, an Auckland based full-time freelance musician and University of Auckland Music Professor Stephen Matthews on what it means to be a musician in New Zealand right now.
Lyric spoke with Dr Sarah Cowie, a senior lecturer in Psychology at the University of Auckland, on how our community's expectations can impact our actions, what makes people defy social protocols during the pandemic, and whether or not punishments for behaviour is useful.