Friday 15 January 2016, with Noelle McCarthy
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
9:11 AM. A panel discussion on optimism in 2016.
9:46 AM. US correspondent on Obama's regrets and the billion dollar lottery prize up for grabs.
10:07 AM. Talk about their film careers in the How We Did It Series.
10:39 AM. The Poet reading a Poem guest today.
10:46 AM. today's chef sharing summer recipes.
11:07 AM. Is the AUT student presenting his documentary on how steaks get to our plates.
11:16 AM. Talking about his all time favourite movie in the Classic Film Club.
11:23 AM. Shares his musical memories in Songs of a Life.
11:25 AM. The Poet reading a Poem (not broadcast).
11:27 AM. The Poet reading a Poem (not broadcast).
11:29 AM. The Poet reading a Poem (not broadcast).
11:31 AM. Talking about his all time favourite movie in the Classic Film Club (not broadcast).
09:07 - Michelle Dickinson and Ian Taylor
Panel discussing reasons to be cheerful. Being cheerful can be a tall order - often it feels like there's a lot of bad news. We angst over housing issues, especially in Auckland, and the cost of living is expensive - relative to incomes, not only in Auckland but for the country at large. We're concerned about poverty and how to help children break that cycle - we've already talked this week about gaps in education and how income affects outcomes for students. These are big challenges for a country. But our panelists today also see a lot of reasons to be optimistic, especially about young people in New Zealand, their abilities, their potential, and what they have to offer for the country, and the world. With us today to talk about the future, and reasons to be cheerful about it are: Michelle Dickinson, AKA NANOGIRL, a science educator and nanotechnologist and Ian Taylor, the Founder of Taylormade media, and chief executive of Animation Research Limited, who turned data into visuals so successfully for the first time during the Americas Cup.
09:45 - Susan Baldacci
US correspondent on the billion dollar lottery winners in the US and the losers in this year's Oscars nominations.
10:10 - Miriam Smith and Chris Pryor
Discuss their work on the How We Did It series. Together Miriam and Chris made The Ground We Won - by living in a small community and following the lives of the local rugby team. They moved to Reporoa and lived with the subjects of their film for a year. They talk to Noelle about their acclaimed final product and how they did it.
10:25 - Emma Neale
The poet reading a poem
10:45 - Mawera Karetai
The chef talks food and shares a summer recipe for baked trout.
11:10 - AUT student Nathan Hill
Presents his documentary on the journey our steaks take from the farm to the plate.
11:20 - Jeremy Elwood
discussing his all-time favourite movie in the Classic Film Club.
11:30 - Chris Gallavin
Shares his musical memories in Songs of a Life.
ARTIST: Dooley Wilson
TITLE: As Time Goes By
ALBUM: Casablanca: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
ARTIST: The Front Lawn
TITLE: Claude Rains
COMP: Sinclair, McGlashan
ALBUM: Songs From The Front Lawn
ARTIST: Psychedelic Furs
COMP: Butler, Butler
ALBUM: The Psychedelic Furs: Greatest Hits (Compilation)
ARTIST: The Cure
TITLE: A Forest
COMP: Gallup, Hartley, Smith
ALBUM: The Cure: Standing On A Beach, The Singles (Compilation)
ARTIST: Delia Derbyshire
ALBUM: The Dreams
COMP: Dinger, Rother