Waitangi Monday

Monday 8 February 2016, with Colin Peacock

Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.

Australia Day vs Invasion Day

8:10 AM.Olivia Suleimon & Ebony Boadu are two young vloggers from Izmzmag, an online video magazine which delves into different sectors of society and people's individual beliefs. Two weeks ago they went to Red Fern and Cronulla and asked the question "What does Australia day mean to you?"

Naomi Arnold's Long Reads

8:30 AM.Naomi Arnold is the journalist behind featured.org.nz, a website that collates all the best long read features in journalism from New Zealand and around the world.

Can trauma spark creativity?

9:10 AM.Huffington Post writer Carolyn Gregoire and psychologist Scott Barry Kaufman wanted to delve into this rapidly growing area of psychological research in their new book "Wired to Create: Unraveling the Mysteries of the Creative Mind". Is creativity something we all possess and if so how do we embrace it? Do we become more creative after we've come face to face with adversity?

Olivia Carville - life after trauma

9:30 AM.Olivia Carville was working at The Press newspaper in Christchurch on February 22nd 2011 and she had to confront the full horror of the earthquake the day, Later she left to work as an investigative reporter in Canada, where a scoop on the sex trafficking trade is still making waves. She's now back to work at The New Zealand Herald, and reflecting on the upcoming fifth anniversary of the the big quake.  

Steve Sumner - Kiwi football legend

10:10 AM.The football legends reflects on his life on and off the pitch and making the most of today.

Lutz Pfannenstiel - The wandering goalie

10:35 AM.Lutz Pfannenstiel has played for more football clubs in more countries - including New Zealand - than any other professional player. He was nearly killed on the pitch in England, jailed for match-fixing in Singapore - and busted for pinching a penguin from the Otago Peninsula. Now he works for a top German club and campaigns for sustainability. Perhaps he should have stayed home in Germany?

Duncan Brooker - The Revival of African Funk

11:10 AM.Duncan Brooker spent years scouring west Africa for long lost funk music from the 1960's and 70's. He's been described by The Guardian as "the man who saved African Funk". He shares his tales of finding musicians and master tapes in markets and chicken sheds and chooses some of his favourites.

James Frankham - NZ Geographic

12:00 PM.While many of us look to the past on Waitangi Day, some are looking to the future too. James Frankham is the editor of New Zealand Geographic, a magazine that looks not just at flora and fauna, but what's really happening in our environment and society. He talks to Waitangi Monday about five big issues that affect all New Zealanders.

Olivia Suleimon & Ebony Boadu from Izmzmag.com

Olivia Suleimon & Ebony Boadu from Izmzmag.com Photo: Supplied

8:10 - Australia Day V Invasion Day
Olivia Suleimon & Ebony Boadu are two young vloggers from Izmzmag - an online video magazine which delves into different sectors of society and people's individual beliefs. Two weeks ago they went to Red Fern and cronulla and asked the question "What does this day mean to you?".

8:25 - Naomi Arnold's Long Reads
Naomi Arnold is the journalist behind featured.org.nz, a website that collates all the best long read features in journalism from New Zealand and around the world

The Last Day of Her Life
New York Times Magazine
By Robin Marantz Henig
The story of one woman's final choice - the right to die.

The Old Man at Burning Man
GQ
By Wells Tower
Ticking off a bucket list father-and-son trip in an uncomfortable fashion.

Naomi Arnold

Naomi Arnold Photo: supplied

Just Get Us in the Room - The Women of Hollywood Speak Out
New York Times
By Maureen Dowd
A hugely necessary piece on the ridiculousness that is Hollywood.

The Life and Times of Strider Wolf
The Boston Globe
By Sarah Schweitzer, images Jessica Rinaldi
Amazing reporting, simply told, goes deeply into the boy's head as smooth as fiction.

The Witness
Texas Monthly
By Pamela Colloff
Texas has fantastic longform reporting. Here is one such story.

Wired to Create: Unraveling the Mysteries of the Creative Mind by Carolyn Gregoire and psychologist Scott Barry Kaufman

Wired to Create: Unraveling the Mysteries of the Creative Mind by Carolyn Gregoire and psychologist Scott Barry Kaufman Photo: Supplied

The Really Big One
The New Yorker
By Kathryn Schulz
A great narrative that builds its terror slowly.

9:10 - Can trauma spark creativity?
Huffington Post writer Carolyn Gregoire and psychologist Scott Barry Kaufman wanted to delve into this rapidly growing area of psychological research in their new book "Wired to Create: Unraveling the Mysteries of the Creative Mind". Is creativity something we all possess and if so how do we embrace it? Do we become more creative after we've come face to face with adversity?

9:30 - Life after trauma
Olivia Carville was working at The Press newspaper in Christchurch on February 22nd 2011. Moments after the initial quake, she headed out into the streets with a cameraman to capture the utter devastation and ensuing chaos. Images of the lifeless and the alive amongst the rubble, buildings with large cracks and fallen facades, rescuers and helpers. After the quakes became an investigative journalist in Canada where she looked at the sex trafficking trade.

10:10 - Steve Sumner
The football legends reflects on his life on and off the pitch and making the most of today.

Nomadic soccer goalie Lutz Pfannenstiel.

Nomadic soccer goalie Lutz Pfannenstiel. Photo: Supplied

10:35 - The German Goalie
Lutz Pfannenstiel is a nomadic soccer goalie who started his own charity, was wrongly arrested for match fixing and who stole a penguin while visiting Otago.

11:10 - The revival of African Funk
Duncan Brooker traveled through Africa searching for long lost funk music of the past 50 years. He's been described by The Guardian as "the man who saved African Funk". He shares his tales of finding musicians and master tapes in chicken sheds and some of his favourite tracks.

Music details for Waitangi Monday with Colin Peacock

ARTIST: Field Music
TITLE: Disappointed
COMP: Field Music
ALBUM: Commontime
LABEL: Memphis

ARTIST: Israel Kamakawiwoʻole
TITLE: Somewhere over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World
COMP: Harburg, Arlen, Thiele, Douglas, Weiss
ALBUM: Facing Future
LABEL: Mountain Apple

ARTIST: Vaudou Game
TITLE: Pas Contente
COMP: Vaudou Game
ALBUM: Apiafo
LABEL: Hot Casa

ARTIST: David Kilgour
TITLE: Frozen Orange
COMP: Kilgour
ALBUM: Frozen Orange
LABEL: Arch Hill

ARTIST: Shegue
TITLE: Mbongwanasta
COMP: Kabeya, Doctor L, Ngambali
ALBUM: From Kinshasa
LABEL: World Circuit

ARTIST: Steele Beauttah
TITLE: Africa
COMP: Beauttah
ALBUM: Afro-Rock Volume 1
LABEL: Strut

ARTIST: Marumo
TITLE: Khomo Tsaka Deile Kae?
COMP: Marumo
ALBUM: Next Stop Soweto 4: Zulu Rock, Afro-Disc & Mbaqanga 1975-1985
LABEL: Strut

ARTIST: Jingo
TITLE: Fever
COMP: Jingo
ALBUM: Afro-Rock Volume 1
LABEL: Strut

ARTIST: K Frimpong & His Cubano Fiestas
TITLE: Kyehnkyen Bi Adi M'awu
COMP: Frimpong
ALBUM: Afro-Rock Volume 1
LABEL: Strut