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  • Tiny Hearts: Live to air performance ( 28′ 49″ )

    Steve Barry (melodica), Tom Botting (bass), Eamon Dilworth (trumpet) and Paul Derricott (drums) join us for a live performance from our Auckland studios.

    From Upbeat on 13 Aug 2014

  • Music Alive on Wednesday 25 December 2013

    TRAD French: Angels we have heard on high; ELGAR: Nimrod, from Enigma Variations; TRAD: Patapan; On this day earth shall ring; HOLST: Christmas Day; TRAD arr Warland: Wexford Carol; TRAD arr Prentice: Sing we now of Christmas; TRAD arr Koepke: Lo, how a rose e'er blooming; DURUFLÉ: Sanctus, from Requiem; TRAD arr Jennings: Ding dong! merrily on high; GORIEB/HOSMAN: A king is born; DILWORTH: Sistah Mary; NEAR: Carillon on a Ukrainian Bell; MEALOR: A spotless rose; VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Prologue, from Hodie (recorded in the Center for Faith and Life, Luther College, Decorah, Minnesota by USA Radio, Minnesota)

    From the Radio New Zealand Concert Schedule

  • The Big Sing 2013 Gala Concert (Part 2) ( 43′ 45″ )

    The Big Sing 2013 Gala Concert; Featuring: : Bel Canto (Burnside High School), Euphony (Kristin School), Kentoris (St Kentigern College), The Fundamentals (Rangitoto College), Saints Alive (St Cuthbert's College), Animoso (Bethlehem College), Craighead Chorale (Craighead Diocesan School) All The King's Men (King's College), Resolutions (Rangi Ruru Girls' School),Future Prospect (Havelock North High School), SOS (Rangitoto College),Ancora (James Hargest College), St Cecilia Singers (Diocesan School for Girls), Voicemale (Westlake Boys' High School), Con Brio (Villa Maria College), Barock (Otago Boys' and Girls' High Schools), Choralation (Westlake Boys' and Girls' High Schools), Sings Hilda (St Hilda's Collegiate School),Macleans College Choir (Macleans College), Burnside Senior Chorale (Burnside High School),Paradisum (Epsom Girls' Grammar School), Wellington College Chorale (Wellington College), Fortissimo (Dilworth School).

    From The Big Sing on 15 Dec 2013

  • Young New Zealand on Sunday 15 December 2013

    PAPAROA arr Paparoa/Clark: E Te Atua - Fortissimo (Dilworth School)

    From the Radio New Zealand Concert Schedule

  • The Big Sing 2013 Gala Concert (Part 1) ( 59′ 39″ )

    The Big Sing 2013 Gala Concert; Featuring: Bel Canto (Burnside High School), Euphony (Kristin School), Kentoris (St Kentigern College), The Fundamentals (Rangitoto College), Saints Alive (St Cuthbert's College), Animoso (Bethlehem College), Craighead Chorale (Craighead Diocesan School) All The King's Men (King's College), Resolutions (Rangi Ruru Girls' School),Future Prospect (Havelock North High School), SOS (Rangitoto College),Ancora (James Hargest College), St Cecilia Singers (Diocesan School for Girls), Voicemale (Westlake Boys' High School), Con Brio (Villa Maria College), Barock (Otago Boys' and Girls' High Schools), Choralation (Westlake Boys' and Girls' High Schools), Sings Hilda (St Hilda's Collegiate School),Macleans College Choir (Macleans College), Burnside Senior Chorale (Burnside High School),Paradisum (Epsom Girls' Grammar School), Wellington College Chorale (Wellington College), Fortissimo (Dilworth School).

    From The Big Sing on 15 Dec 2013

  • Young New Zealand on Sunday 1 December 2013

    (7) Featuring: Paradisum (Epsom Girls' Grammar School), Resolutions (Rangi Ruru Girls' School), Fortissimo (Dilworth School), Saints Alive (St Cuthbert's College), Senior Chorale (Burnside High School)

    From the Radio New Zealand Concert Schedule

  • The Big Sing 2013 Programme 7 ( 53′ 2″ )

    Featuring: Paradisum (Epsom Girls' Grammar School), Resolutions (Rangi Ruru Girls' School), Fortissimo (Dilworth School), Saints Alive (St Cuthbert's College), Senior Chorale (Burnside High School).

    From The Big Sing on 01 Dec 2013

  • Young New Zealand on Sunday 10 November 2013

    (4) Featuring: SOS (Rangitoto College), Macleans College Choir (Macleans College), Sings Hilda (St Hilda's Collegiate School), Fortissimo (Dilworth School), Bel Canto (Burnside High School)

    From the Radio New Zealand Concert Schedule

  • The Big Sing 2013 Programme 4 ( 57′ 10″ )

    Featuring: SOS (Rangitoto College), Macleans College Choir (Macleans College), Sings Hilda (St Hilda's Collegiate School), Fortissimo (Dilworth School), Bel Canto (Burnside High School).

    From The Big Sing on 10 Nov 2013

  • All Night Programme on Friday 11 January 2013

    Including: 12:05 Music after Midnight; 12:30 Global Business (BBC); 1:05 Ideas (RNZ); 2:05 Busking (RNZ); 3:05 Dilworth School (RNZ); 4:30 The Why Factor (BBC); 5:10 Witness (BBC)

    From the Radio New Zealand National Schedule

  • Feature Guest - Dilworth Karaka ( 27′ 23″ )

    Dilworth Karaka is a founding member of reggae vocal group Herbs. Herbs were inducted into APRA's New Zealand Hall of Fame in September 2012.

    From Nine To Noon on 24 Dec 2012

  • Nine To Noon for Monday, 24 December 2012

    10:05 Feature guest - Dilworth Karaka

  • All Black great Wilson Whineray dies

    Sir Wilson Whineray, regarded as one of the greatest All Black captains and a distinguished businessman, has died. He was 77.

    Updated at 10:14 pm on 22 October 2012

    From News

  • Action needed on effect of high NZ dollar - Fletcher

    Businessman Hugh Fletcher says more can be done to alleviate the damaging effects of the high New Zealand dollar on the productive sector.

    Updated at 8:35 am on 1 October 2012

    From News

  • Veteran reggae stars win place in NZ Hall of Fame

    One of the country's foremost reggae bands, Herbs, has been inducted into the New Zealand Music Hall of Fame.

    Updated at 8:38 am on 15 September 2012

    From News

  • The Music Mix for Thursday, 21 June 2012

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  • Music 101 for Saturday, 9 June 2012

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  • NZ Society - Dilworth School (Part 3) ( 9′ 12″ )

    Dilworth School for Boys in Auckland educates boys completely free of charge, and has done for over 100-years. As a charitable institution Dilworth's only one of two such schools in the world.

    From Afternoons on 17 Feb 2012

  • NZ Society - Dilworth School (Part 2) ( 10′ 14″ )

    Dilworth School in Auckland educates boys completely free of charge, and has done for over one hundred years.

    From Afternoons on 10 Feb 2012

  • NZ Society - Dilworth School (Part 1) ( 9′ 6″ )

    David Steemson looks at Dilworth School for Boys in Auckland which educates boys completely free of charge, and has done for over 100 years. As a charitable institution Dilworth's only one of two such schools in the world. From small beginnings the school now has three separate campuses.

    From Afternoons on 03 Feb 2012

  • NZ Society - Dilworth School ( 10′ 8″ )

    David Steemson takes a look at the modern face of James Dilworth's legacy - gift of education that has continued through generations of Aucklanders for over 100 years.

    From Afternoons on 27 Jan 2012

  • Te Ahi Kaa for Sunday, 18 May 2008

    1987 was a successful year for the reggae band Herbs. Cleaning up in two categoriesat the Music Awards,Sensitive to a Smile took out Album of the year while E Papa: Jah knows was Polynesian Album of the year. Band members, Charles Tumahai and Dilworth Karaka won the best songwriter category for Sensitive to a Smile and the Music video, won best music video. Additionally a musical collaboration with Dave Dobbyn on the Footrot Flats Movie,A Dogs Taleled tomore awards. With all that history in mind Tanerau Tuuta revisits one of his favourite interviews with Herbs member Tama Lundon, as recorded at the Wellington Folk Festival in 2006.

  • Nine To Noon for Friday, 2 May 2008

    Dr Leonard Sax is the director of the National Association for Single Sex Public Education, and is in New Zealand next month to speak at several single sex schools including Auckland's St Cuthbert's College and Dilworth School, and at Iona College, Lindisfarne College and Woodford House, Hawke's Bay.

  • Silver Scrolls 2012 (from Silver Scrolls)

    Inducted in the New Zealand Music Hall of Fame are: Herbs - Dilworth Karaka, Toni Fonoti, Phil Toms, Spencer Fusimalohi, John Berkley, Fred Faleauto and Charles Tumahai (deceased), Maurice Watene, Tama Lundon, Jack Allen, Carl Perkins, Willie Hona, Thom Nepia, Tama Renata, Gordon Joll, Grant Pukeroa, Kristen Hapi.

  • Silver Scrolls 2012 (from Silver Scrolls)

    Inducted in the New Zealand Music Hall of Fame are: Herbs - Dilworth Karaka, Toni Fonoti, Phil Toms, Spencer Fusimalohi, John Berkley, Fred Faleauto and Charles Tumahai (deceased), Maurice Watene, Tama Lundon, Jack Allen, Carl Perkins, Willie Hona, Thom Nepia, Tama Renata, Gordon Joll, Grant Pukeroa, Kristen Hapi.