The NZ International Comedy Festival is back next month, and James Nokise popped in to studio to talk about his show 'Let It Out' his new show about accidentally moving home from London during the Pandemic. Whakarongo mai nei!
Welcome to our brand new segment, A Room Of One's Own! Landlord getting you down? Black mould coating the walls? A window that's been jammed open for the last 10 years? Renter's advocate Salene is here to answer all your questions and help you through the trials and tribulations of the renting hellscape. Whakarongo mai each fortnight in rotation with Red Dead Redemption!
I tēnei ata kei te Hōtaka Parakuihi: Penelope Noir brings in a special guest for Fashun; the hilarious James Nokise comes up for a chat about the Comedy Festival; Suri's here with another great book recommendation in Loose Reads; and we premiere a brand new segment to help answer your trials and tribulations on renting, A Room of One's Own with renter's advocate, Salene! Whakarongo mai!
Felix spoke to Green Party Co-leader James Shaw about proposed changes to the social welfare system, his thoughts on the $100m subsidy given to Amazon by the NZ government, and the Green Party's relationship with unions.
This week Theo spoke to Sandy Gibbs about her RM Gallery exhibition The paradox of failure: sport, competition, and contemporary art. Later on Dominic Hoey talked about the poetry night he's put together at the Gus Fisher gallery, and Theo played a really long Don Cherry song.