It's a blockbuster show this week! First up, Theo is joined in studio by Susanna Andrews to discuss the Auckland Writers Festival and Streetside: Karangahape. Later on, Florian Habicht came in and talked about his new film, James and Isey, as well as sharing some memories of earlier films, including Kaikohe Demolition and Woodenhead.
PollyHill - Chilly
Borrowed cs - porridge toastie
Merk - Laps Around The Sun
Amamelia - Swoon [Liam K. Swiggs Remix]
skymning - PEPPER SEND
Hallelujah Picassos - Rewind
milk - MAPLE
Kane Strang - Wholebody Blues
Womb - Here We Bend (to Smell the Dirt)
Grecco Romank - Worm Regenerate
Milli Vanilli - Girl You Know It's True (NYC Subway Remix)
I tēnei rā on Travelling Tunes Dr. Zemke is us all about the art of the cover. On the programme today are Toots and the Maytals “Take Me Home Country Roads," Devo “(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," and The Isley Brothers “Summer Breeze.” Whakarongo mai!
Recently the National Party has accused the government of pursuing a "separatist" agenda as they promote policies such as a separate Māori Health Authority. Other parties, including the Māori Party and the Greens, have criticised National's claims for racial rhetoric. Noah Ferguson-Dudding spoke to National MP Christopher Luxon about the controversy, as well as the Treaty of Waitangi more generally.
They also discussed New Zealand's upcoming trade delegations with Australia and the United Kingdom.
This week Minister for Education and Public Service, Chris Hipkins, announced Early Childhood Centre teachers would receive a wage increase to match kindergarten teachers. Noah Ferguson-Dudding spoke to Hipkins about the announcement, as well as the goverment's recent move to freeze many public sector wages.
The epic Troy Kingi phones up to kōrero about the latest edition to his 10 10 10 Series (ten albums, ten genres, ten years), folk album Black Sea Golden Ladder. The first single,Call My Name, is out today. Whakarongo mai nei to hear all about it.