The Kiwi who coined the term 'new romantic'.
Sam Wicks rolls with Samoan rap royalty on the return home to shoot the video to Savage’s new single ‘I Love the Islands’ and feel the Island love.
A glimpse into the life of one of the most in-demand sound designers in New Zealand.
Behind the scenes Bob Gillett had a powerful influence on local musicians as a band leader, composer, arranger, mentor and sax player.
Musician Dianne Swann (later of The Bads) talks about her former bands When the Cats Away and The Julie Dolphin, who emerged in mid 90s London, overlapping the "Cool Britannia" scene and performing with Radiohead, Oasis, Greenday and others.
Barry Jenkin, a.k.a. Doctor Rock – Renegade disc jockey, record producer, former Radio with Pictures host and committed punk.
The Maori cowboy, Johnny Cooper, tells his story of being one of New Zealand’s country and western and rock and roll pioneers.
Sharon O’Neill talks about thirty years of songwriting in Musical Chairs.
The dynamic singer/songwriter behind Moana and the Moa Hunters talks about her life, her career, and the challenges of creating a truly indigenous style of music.
Singer-songwriter Shona Laing talks about her career-to-date for the Radio New Zealand series Musical Chairs in 1997.