Friday 18 January 2013, with Noelle McCarthy
Audio from Friday 18 January 2013
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
Two Views - New Zealand's Place In The World ( 32′ 46″ )
09:07 Peter Cozens is a former director of the Centre for Strategic Studies at Victoria University, now a senior fellow at the CSS. Robert Patman is a Professor of International Relations at the Department of Politics at the University of Otago.
Middle East Correspondent - Alexi O'Brien ( 10′ 29″ )
09:44 The latest on the situation in Syria where two explosions tore through one of Syria's biggest universities on the first day of student exams.
Place In The Sun - Katikati ( 5′ 33″ )
09:54 The best places to spend the summer in New Zealand.
Sport with John McBeth ( 11′ 49″ )
10:05 Sports commentator John McBeth with a wrap up of all things sport.
True Stories Told Live - Michael Hurst ( 8′ 52″ )
10:32 Real New Zealanders telling real stories.
Summer food ( 10′ 26″ )
10:40 With Jacob Brown from the Larder Restaurant in Wellington - Lemon and Caper Butter and Chocolate Mousse.
Summer wine ( 4′ 37″ )
10:52 With wine expert Jane Skilton.
Tales From The Back Country - Lighthouse ( 10′ 40″ )
11:06 A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past.
Stephen King Bookclub - Misery ( 17′ 28″ )
11:17 'Misery' reviewed by Paul Cleave.
11:37 Jazz musician Nathan Haines has chosen one of his favourite songs.
9:08 Two Views - New Zealand's Place In The World
Robert Patman and Peter Cozens.
9:50 Our Correspondent
Middle East with Alexi O'Brien
10:10 John McBeth with a wrap up of all things sport
10:20 On Song with Simon Sweetman
Simon Sweetman tells the stories behind classic Kiwi pop anthems.
10:30 True Stories Told Live - Michael Hurst
Real New Zealanders telling real stories.
10:44 Food with Jacob Brown
Crayfish and Chocolate Mousse.
10:52 Wine with Jane Skilton
11:10 Tales From The Back Country - Lighthouse
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past.
11:20 Stephen King Bookclub - Misery
Misery reviewed by Paul Cleave.