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I tēnei ata kei te Hōtaka Parakuihi: we kick off the show with a shiny new segment with our friends at Radio One,Breakfast Buffet; Dr. Kirsten Zemke brings us the amazingly hideous world of Bardcore inTravelling Tunes; Troy Kingi and The Nudge's Iraia Whakamoe come in to talk about their brand new track 'He Ōrite', writing reo Māori blues rock and how their collaboration came about; and Sam's here talking about the NZ satirical comedy, Talkback, on Viewmaster! Whakarongo mai and have a mean weekend.
I tēnei ata kei te Hōtaka Parakuihi: Rachel's still away but we have very special guest host, Amelia! On the show we've got a cool Stage Direction with the Yang/Young/杨 team; we do some learning on Ready Steady Learn with Rachelle Pederson; and we hear from Anthonie Tonnon thanks to Jess Fu's long player on Totally Wired! Whakarongo mai!
I tēnei ata kei te Hōtaka Parakuihi: Rachel's away so we've got the super cool Keria (who you may remember from Morning Glory's of yore) sailing the Breakfast ship. First up we have Penelope Noir for Fashun; Artbank's Tom Tuke is in the studio to chat about his puppet show, Paloma and the Do of Death; Suri lets us know what's good in books for Loose Reads; and Justine helps out with all your work and union stuff in Red Dead Redemption! Whakarongo mai!
I tēnei ata kei te Hōtaka Parakuihi: The show kicks off with an unusually depressing Mind Trench;then the wonderful Liam Finn pops into the studio to talk about his 'Hyperverse' live streams on twitch, a few upcoming shows at Roundhead and improvising his way towards a new album.; Tim's here telling us good, terrible, and meh media news in Mediabatt; and Amelia debunks all your fun etymology facts in Word Salad! Whakarongo mai!
I tēnei ata kei te Hōtaka Parakuihi: The Prime Minister is on the line for What's Up w/ Jacinda Ardernletting us know what's happening with the ol' Coronavirus, Hate Speech Law, and RMA reforms; Rob's here talking about chatty animals in The Mind Trench; the multi-talented Peter Ruddell comes into the studio to talk about Sulfate's exciting sophomore album, Godzone; Tim's tells us what's what in the badlands of media in Mediabatt; and Amelia does a dog-name deep dive in Word Salad!Whakarongo mai!
Indira of local punk legends The Biscuits, spoke with Rachel about the two new tracks the band released yesterday. Whakarongo mai nei to hear about the 'She's Strong' EP and what else the band has been getting up to!