Wednesday 23 December 2009, with Jim Mora
3:10 pm Tuesday 28 April: Frida Ottesen
Clothes meant everything to three fashion bloggers from Norway until they came face to face with the reality of where those clothes come from. A Norwegian newspaper sent the bloggers to Cambodia to live and to work in a sweatshop. They slept on a cold hard floor, sewed the same seam on garments for 8 hours and earned just $3 a day. The experience changed forever the way they view the clothes they once adored.
Audio from Wednesday 23 December 2009
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
The best song ever written ( 7′ 01″ )
13:10 Mary Ralph of Mangonui chooses 'Blackbird' by Crosby, Stills and Nash.
Link 3 ( 14′ 41″ )
13:20 What's the link between today's songs?
Boat safety ( 7′ 01″ )
14:10 Recreational Boat Safety experts are at a loss to explain a surge in the number of New Zealanders killed in boating-related incidents this year.
Flying Nun Records ( 8′ 19″ )
14:20 Flying Nun Records, the label that launched the Dunedin Sound to the world, has been re-aquired by its founder, Roger Shepherd.
He Rourou for 23 December 2009 ( 5′ 16″ )
14:45 Nestled in an outer suburb of Lower Hutt is a small Maori presbyterian parish called Te Kakano o te Aroha, or the 'Seed of Love'. Ana Tapiata talks with the parish Minister, Hariata Haumate, who'll be using the Christmas period to plan for 2010.
Feature album ( 8′ 40″ )
14:50 Today's album is 'Across the Universe' movie soundtrack.
IT Spot ( 25′ 56″ )
15:10 With techno-commentator Paul Reynolds.
Auckland story ( 10′ 25″ )
15:30 Sapna Samant takes a mini-tour of the land along the Orakei Marae with Ngarimu Blair and Te Hira Hawke of Ngati Whatua. They look at Ko Te Pukaki, a project through which the tangata whenu are planting native trees. They also have vegetable gardens that feed the locals, as well as supplying the kitchens of the Auckland City Mission.
Science story ( 12′ 42″ )
15:47 If you live around Auckland, and plan on spending time at the beach this summer, there's something in the water you need to know about.
The Panel (part 1) ( 29′ 39″ )
16:10 With David Farrar and Gary McCormack.
The Panel (part 2) ( 20′ 37″ )
16:40 With David Farrar and Gary McCormack.