Tuesday 15 January 2013, with Noelle McCarthy
9:10 Two Views - Crime
Kim Workman and Jarrod Gilbert.
9:50 Our Correspondent
USA with Charlie Herman.
10:10 Jodi Wright on the Buskers Festival
10:30 On Song with Simon Sweetman
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind 'Drive' by Bic Runga.
10:41 A Place In The Sun - Picton
The best places to spend the summer in New Zealand.
10:51 Song I Could Listen to Again and Again - Brent Hansen
11:10 Tales From The Back Country - Don Grady
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past.
11:20 Stephen King Bookclub - It
It reviewed by Karen Bieleski.
11:34 True Stories Told Live - Ron Brownson
Real New Zealanders telling real stories.
11:45 Lifestyle with Jeremy Hansen
Audio from Tuesday 15 January 2013
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
Two Views - Crime ( 33′ 38″ )
09:08 Kim Workman and Jarrod Gilbert have spent most of their working lives considering crime in this country, and they both have ideas on what we're doing about it and how we might do things differently.
US Correspondent - Charlie Herman ( 10′ 14″ )
09:50 Charlie Herman talks about Jodie Foster's Golden Globe speech, Lance Armstrong's interview, and possible firearms restrictions.
World Buskers Festival founder Jodi Wright ( 11′ 21″ )
10:07 The World Buskers Festival in Christchurch.
On Song with Simon Sweetman - Drive ( 7′ 27″ )
10:20 Simon Sweetman tells the story behind the song 'Drive' by Bic Runga.
A Place In The Sun - Picton ( 6′ 03″ )
10:31 The best places to spend the summer in New Zealand.
True Stories Told Live - Ron Brownson ( 11′ 21″ )
10:41 Real New Zealanders telling real stories.
Tales From The Back Country - Don Grady ( 10′ 58″ )
11:06 A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past.
Stephen King Bookclub - It ( 12′ 46″ )
11:17 'It' reviewed by Karen Bieleski.
Song I Could Listen to Again and Again ( 3′ 44″ )
11:34 Brent Hansen from the UK has chosen 'Summer Breeze' by The Isley Brothers.
Lifestyle with Jeremy Hansen ( 13′ 16″ )
11:40 Along with most of the western world, the average house in New Zealand now has a floor area of over 200 metres squared. Essentially, we want more and more room for fewer and fewer people.