Friday 31 October 2014, with Paul Brennan
3:10 pm Monday 3 November: A Deadly Wandering
Eight years ago, a 19-year-old University student did something that is against the law, but so many people do it anyway.
Reggie Shaw was texting and driving on a mountain pass in the America State of Utah when he swerved and hit another car, killing two people. He is now a campaigner, warning about the dangers of texting and driving.
New York Times journalist Matt Richtel tells the story of justice and forgiveness in his new book, A Deadly Wandering: A Tale of Tragedy and Redemption in the Age of Attention.
Audio from Friday 31 October 2014
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
Best song ever written - Will You ( 14′ 33″ )
13:08 Andy Maloney of Wellington has chosen 'Will You' by Hazel O'Connor.
NZ Live - Jamie McDell ( 36′ 37″ )
13:20 With Auckland singer/songwriter Jamie McDell who is about to release her second album.
Embassy Theatre ( 14′ 5″ )
14:20 Wellington film critic and cinema historian Dan Slevin looks back at 90 years of Wellington's Embassy Theatre.
14:20 Previously isolated, former refugees from the Burmese community are now Home Based Educators, trained by the Pacifica community in Porirua. The Pacifica and Burmese communities have teamed up under a programme called Etu Ao Homebased Learning and they are operating in Porirua under the guidance of He Whānau Manaaki, Wellington Kindergartens.
Feature album - H2O ( 13′ 7″ )
14:45 Our feature album is 'H2O' by American music duo Daryl Hall & John Oates, (known as Hall & Oates), from 1982. It's one of their best records and features three top 10 US singles and has sold over 2 million copies.
Fresh fast food with Nadia Lim ( 9′ 37″ )
15:08 Celeb chef, author and dietitian, Nadia Lim of nadialim.com joins us.
Wine with Yvonne Lorkin ( 13′ 39″ )
15:18 Yvonne Lorkin talks about a wine innovation which takes out the Auckland Uni $100k Challenge - it's called the Wine Grenade. Plus the oldest charity wine auction in New Zealand coming up. The Selections: Soljans Estate Fusion Sparkling Muscat NV $15, Thistle Ridge Waipara Pinot Noir 2013 $19 and Matariki's Les Filles Gimblett Gravels Cabernet Sauvignon ($58).
Film review with Sarah McMullan ( 8′ 43″ )
15:27 Sarah McMullan reviews The Dead Lands and Decoding Annie Parker.
The Panel pre-show for 31 October 2014 ( 14′ 47″ )
15:32 Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.
1:10 Best song ever written. 'Will You' - Hazel O'Connor. Nominated by Andy Maloney of Wellington.
1:20 NZ Live with Auckland singer/songwriter, Jamie McDell.
2:10 Embassy Theatre. Wellington film critic and cinema historian Dan Slevin looks back at 90 years of Wellington's Embassy Theatre.
Embassy Theatre. Image by Jexiqua CC BY-SA 3.0
2:20 TONI's - Lynda Chanwai-Earle. Often our hardest to reach communities may miss out on early childhood education, but now there are the "TONI's" - Porirua's newest home based educators. Former refugees from the Burmese community are now Home Based Educators, trained by the Pacifika community in Porirua. Lynda Chanwai-Earle goes to Porirua City in Wellington to find out more.
2:30 NZ Reading. Part four of "Pomare" by Elizabeth Knox.
2:45 Feature album. H2O - Hall and Oates (1982).
3:10 Your Weekend. Food, Wine and Movies.
Food - Nadia Lim returns with something appetising for the weekend
Weekend Wine - Yvonne Lorkin
Soljans Estate Fusion Sparkling Muscat NV $15
Thistle Ridge Waipara Pinot Noir 2013 $19
Matariki's Les Filles Gimblett Gravels Cabernet Sauvignon ($58)
Movie Review - Sarah McMullan
THE DEAD LANDS ****.5
1hr 47mins; R16: Graphic Violence
DECODING ANNIE PARKER **
1hr 40mins; M: Sex Scenes & Offensive Language
Tonight - Vibe @ 7.30: Other peoples breast milk: the pros & cons of cross feeding, breast milk donation & wet donation.
Sunday - TV 1 @ 7.30: Our Big Blue Blackyard NHNZ Looks at families of Orca and the fact that in NZ they hunt rays - something they only do here & the marine wonders of Northland.
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show with Jim Mora, Julie Moffett, Jock Anderson and Sally Wenley.