Wednesday 16 January 2013, with Noelle McCarthy
9:10 Two Views - Environment
Andrew Campbell And Ian Mackenzie.
9:50 Our Correspondent
Australia with Donna Field.
10:07 Gardening with Xanthe White
10:25 On Song with Simon Sweetman
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind 'Not Many' by Scribe.
10:30 Our Correspondent
Asia with Rachel Mealey.
10:45 A Place In The Sun - Phil Twyford in the Waitakere Ranges
The best places to spend the summer in New Zealand.
11:10 Tales From The Back Country
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past.
11:20 Stephen King Bookclub - The Dark Half
The Dark Half reviewed by Kiran Dass.
11:35 True Stories Told Live - Sue Orr
Real New Zealanders telling real stories.
11:45 Food Trends with Simon Farrell Green
Audio from Wednesday 16 January 2013
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
Two Views - Environment ( 36′ 11″ )
09:08 Andrew Campbell is the communications director for the Green Party and Ian Mackenzie is the water and environment spokesperson for Federated Farmers.
Australia Correspondent - Donna Field ( 10′ 18″ )
09:50 The Australian bush fires are still raging.
Gardening with Xanthe White ( 15′ 35″ )
10:07 The different kinds of gardens we can make for ourselves; and what kinds of gardens best suit the New Zealand environment.
On Song with Simon Sweetman - Not Many ( 4′ 59″ )
10:26 Simon Sweetman tells the story behind the song 'Not Many' by Scribe.
Asia Correspondent - Rachel Mealey ( 12′ 15″ )
10:35 Japan's new prime minister has been in office for less than a month and already he has been making some diplomatic waves.
10:47 Phil Twyford is halfway through his walk on the Hillary Trail in the Waitakere Ranges.
Tales From The Back Country - Fred Barnes ( 14′ 07″ )
11:06 A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past.
Stephen King Bookclub - The Dark Half ( 9′ 42″ )
11:20 The Dark Half reviewed by Kiran Dass.
True Stories Told Live - Sue Orr ( 4′ 53″ )
11:33 Fiction writer Sue Orr's true story.
Food Trends ( 9′ 45″ )
11:44 Food writer Simon Farrell Green on eating seasonally and buying from markets.