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Latest playlist • View all

Clear Path Ensemble - Panorama Actual Spectral [AceMo's Actualization Mix]
Aldous Harding - Lawn
MOKOMOKAI - TUMEKE
Sparks - This Town Ain't Big Enough for the Both of Us
Butter 08 - Butterfucker
Leaping Tiger - Anti
Mr Oizo - No Day Massacre
Coucou Chloe - Zero Five Stars
thanks for coming - Hard Drive
Lord Kitchener - London Is the Place for Me
Byllie-jean - Heck
No Girl - Inside
Reb Fountain - Samson
Violet Hirst - Two Roses
Big Thief - No Reason
The Clash - This Is Radio Clash

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Artbank: 16 January 2022

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Sun 16 Jan 2022

In the first half of the show, Theo speaks with Courtney Mayhew about In The Shade, a summer film festival jam-packed with fantastic films. Later on, Dr Sophie Matthiesson joins Theo to discuss the exhibition Mary Quant: Fashion Revolutionary, at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki.

Artbank: 9 January 2022

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Sun 9 Jan 2022

Theo plays some Bowie to commemorate the anniversary of his death, and rebroadcasts last year's interview with cartoonist and filmmaker Dash Shaw. 

Artbank: 26 December 2021

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Sun 26 Dec 2021

A music special to round out the year, featuring plenty of zydeco, highlife, and local hits. Happy New Year!

Artbank: 19 December 2021

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Sun 19 Dec 2021

Rachel O'Neill discusses their new poetry collection Requiem for a Fruit, available now from We Are Babies, and reads two pieces from the collection. In the second half of the broadcast, Hamish Petersen returns to Artbank to talk about Correspondence, the new publication Hamish is editing for The Physics Room. 

Artbank: 12 December 2021

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Sun 12 Dec 2021

This week Theo is joined by Teresa Peters, discussing her work ECHOES, which has won the premier award at the 2021 Portage Ceramic awards, and Chelsea Nichols and Aaron Lister, talking about their instagram-based project Curator of Screams.

Artbank: 5 December 2021

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Sun 5 Dec 2021

The week's first guest is Emelia French, an artist and researcher whose work “thingamajiggies” is on display now at Te Uru Gallery within the 2021 Portage Ceramic Awards.The second guest is Alexandra Turner, a graphic designer with Inhouse Design, who won the HACHETTE AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND EMERGING DESIGNER AWARD, and shares the PANZ AWARD FOR BEST TYPOGRAPHY (for Billy Apple®: Life/Work by Christina Barton), at the 2021 PANZ Book Design Awards. 

Artbank: 28 November 2021

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Sun 28 Nov 2021

Filmmaking is a theme of this morning’s program. In the first half of the show Theo spoke to Tim Wong about The Gosden Years, a new book out from Victoria University Press which collects the programming notes of New Zealand International Film Festival director Bill Gosden. In the second half he was joined from Pōneke by Max Fleury and Anna Brimer to discuss their joint exhibition Be The Hero of Your Own Movie. 

Artbank: 21 November 2021

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Sun 21 Nov 2021

Theo spoke with Daniel and Rebecca Nash about their new picture book Wilbur’s Walk, and then Hanahiva Rose, who has curated Stars Start Falling at Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Art Gallery.

Artbank: 14 November 2021

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Sun 14 Nov 2021

In the first half of the programme, Theo spoke to Gale Mahood, director of Artistic planning at the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, about the APO's 2022 Season. In the second half of the show, author and journalist Steve Braunias discussed his new book Cover Story, 100 beautiful, strange, and frankly incredible New Zealand LP covers.

Artbank: 7 November 2021

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Sun 7 Nov 2021

In the first half of the program, Theo spoke to Nââwié Tutugoro about their contributions to Bling Ring, a group exhibition at Enjoy Contemporary art space. Later on, Honey Brown discussed their work in the group exhibition World Made of steel, made of stone, at The Physics Room.