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Long Player: Ary Jansen - Cut Off

Long Player: Ary Jansen - Cut Off Long Player: Ary Jansen - Cut Off, 35.74 MB
Sat 22 Sep 2018

Ary Jansen joins Jess in studio to share stories and the meanings behind tracks from his debut release, Cut Off

The Wire with Laura Kvigstad: September 21, 2018

The Wire with Laura Kvigstad: September 21, 2018 The Wire with Laura Kvigstad: September 21, 2018, 108.26 MB
Fri 21 Sep 2018

 

First up on the Friday Wire, National Party Member Amy Adams talks with us about a new gender pay equity group, capital gains tax and Housing New Zeland's announcement to refund the evictions that occured due to the meth testing fiasco. 

The, Stewart Sowman-Lund talks with tax consultant Terry Baucher about what a capital gains tax could mean for New Zealand.

Following that, we talk with Samantha Smith in Neighbourhood Watch on needles being found in fruit in Australia and a royal commision inquiry into state care.

Next, Jenn responds to Don Brash’s interpretation of ‘The Haka’ with a report. 


And finally,  for Wire Worry Week, Executive Director of BodySafe, Debbie Tohill, talks with us on what exactly consent is. 

Violence or defiance?: A Report on Haka and (mis)Interpretation

Violence or defiance?: A Report on Haka and (mis)Interpretation Violence or defiance?: A Report on Haka and (mis)Interpretation, 12.22 MB
Fri 21 Sep 2018

Last week Don Brash once again gave his quite negative opinion on Māori. He was asked on RNZ to respond to a listener who described the Haka as a valuable part of the country's cultural identity. His response frustrated and saddened me but also got me thinking about language, culture and interpretation. These were topics which were discussed with Margaret Mutu last week so I made a report as an extension of last week's interview. 

Thanks to the following sources; Hohepa Tiponi for AIG, Lillian HanlyRNZTe Kura Māori o nga Tapuwae and the composers of Tāmaki ki te Tonga Mōrikarika (The dregs of South Auckland).

Read about the origins of Ka Mate here.

Other discussions of Haka and our perceptions: Leonie Hayden for The Spinoff

 

 

Morning Glory with Danielle: Friday September 21st, 2018

Morning Glory with Danielle: Friday September 21st, 2018 Morning Glory with Danielle: Friday September 21st, 2018, 212.23 MB
Fri 21 Sep 2018

It's a jam-packed Friday show!! Smokefree Rockquest finalists Bad Dog are in the studio for Fancy New Band, Danielle has a chat to Estere about her new track 'Tokolosche' made in collab with Raiza Biza, we hear a brand new tune from FNB alumni Fever Party, plus all the usual aweome Morning Glory goodness!

Fancy New Band: Bad Dog

Fancy New Band: Bad Dog Fancy New Band: Bad Dog, 23.57 MB
Fri 21 Sep 2018

Smokefree Rockquest finalists Bad Dog are visit us in the studio to play some kickass tunes! Cheers NZ On Air Music!!

95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: September 21, 2018

95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: September 21, 2018 95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: September 21, 2018, 323.52 MB
Fri 21 Sep 2018

Today on your bFM Breakfast: Mikey's back fighting fit for Friday; Fabian's on holiday; we finally find out what Mike is this week; Dr. Zemke wants to know how low can you go; Zoë and Tess have your Friday night covered in theatre; and the producer of Minimum, Nia Phipps, dials in to talk about the voice their mini series provides. Oh, and Mike's doing ~fun run~ at Drive Island.

Travelling Tunes w/ Dr. Kirsten Zemke: September 21, 2018

Travelling Tunes w/ Dr. Kirsten Zemke: September 21, 2018 Kirsten Zemke: September 21, 2018, 23.15 MB
Fri 21 Sep 2018

How low can you go? Dr. Kirsten Zemke reckons all it takes is practice, in the shower, in the car, just wherever really. Overtone singing appears on Yat-Kha's, Karangailyg Kara Hovaa, A Tribe Called Red and Tanya Tagaq's Sila and Kiva Simova's The Opposite of Torture. Mike reckons he's got it down-pat too.

Stage Direction w/ Zoë Larsen Cumming: September 21, 2018

Stage Direction w/ Zoë Larsen Cumming: September 21, 2018 Stage Direction w/ Zoë Larsen Cumming: September 21, 2018, 10.14 MB
Fri 21 Sep 2018

Zoë debuts her first solo Stage Direction and boy does she have a line up for you. I mean, you could go to Spookers (...but you don't want to) or you could have a night filled with theatre fun and magic. A Few Things I've Learnt About Dating And Death, followed by Cradle Song to get your dose of horror and if that's not enough theatre, get your tickets to Retail Therapy as the cherry on top. Ooooh yeah. 

I/V w/ Nia Phipps: September 21, 2018

I/V w/ Nia Phipps: September 21, 2018 I/V w/ Nia Phipps: September 21, 2018, 18.79 MB
Fri 21 Sep 2018

Producer of RNZ's documentary mini-series, Nia Phipps, chats to Mike about the Minimum wage and the stories of the woman who are faced with the struggles of our country's low working wages. The clips give the woman in the industries of jobs paying minimum wages a chance to be heard and to share their experiences with the wage in Aotearoa.

The National Party with Amy Adams: September 21, 2018

The National Party with Amy Adams: September 21, 2018 The National Party with Amy Adams: September 21, 2018, 34.81 MB
Fri 21 Sep 2018

Laura Kvigstad speaks with National MP, Amy Adams on why National opposes a capital gains tax and the issues with the new proposition from the tax working group. Then they discussing Housing New Zealand compensation tenants who were evicted due to illegitimate meth testing. Finally, they discuss how Adam's spent the anniversary of women's sufferage and the new gender pay equity bill.