Friday 17 January 2014, with Noelle McCarthy
Audio from Friday 17 January 2014
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
Panel discussion on 'Good Stuff' ( 23′ 40″ )
09:08 With David Slack and Dr Marc Wilson.
Museum visit - McCahon House, Auckland ( 7′ 44″ )
09:35 Joining us to tell us about this hidden treasure is Diane Blomfield.
US correspondent Charlie Herman ( 14′ 32″ )
09:45 The latest on 'Bidgegate' the unfolding saga of New Jersey governor Chris Christie and the George Washington bridge. Next week political and business leaders head to the World Economic forum in Davos.
Homefront: Gollans Valley War ( 12′ 40″ )
10:09 David Burdan talks about the 'Gollans Valley War'.
Book review with Guy Montgomery ( 7′ 20″ )
10:25 Guy Montgomery reveiws Graham Greene's novel 'Brighton Rock'.
Movies with Dominic Corrie ( 8′ 17″ )
10:35 Reveiwing 'Inside Lewyn Davis' from the Cohen brothers and 'Jupiter Ascending' directed by The Wachowskis.
Creativity with Claire Cowan ( 12′ 56″ )
10:43 Claire Cowan is a young Auckland composer who is, at the beginning of her career, already getting a reputation for innovation and the best kind of unpredictability.
Ross Tulloch - History of Reggae to Ska ( 12′ 25″ )
11:08 Ross Tulloch gives us a brief zip through the history from Reggae to Ska.
Dinner party for five - Delaney Mes ( 12′ 24″ )
11:29 Delaney Mes actually does this for real; sets up dinner parties and plans them out, from theme to food.
Song I never want to hear again ( 5′ 47″ )
11:46 With Simon Morris and Phil O'Brien.
9.10 Panel discussion
Good Stuff with David Slack and Marc Wilson
9.34 Museum visit - McCahon House, Auckland
9.48 US correspondent Charlie Herman
10.06 Homefront: Gollans Valley War
10.22 Book review
Guy Montgomery - Brighton Rock
10.52 Movies with Dominic Corrie
11.06 Ross Tulloch - History of Reggae to Ska
11.23 Dinner party - Delaney Mes
11.43 Simon Morris and Phil O'Brien