Nights for Friday 17 July 2015
7:06 Sonic Tonic
8:10 Sport Europe
In the grandstands with the German crowds is Football Collective editor, American Dave Raish. Tour de France, the FIFA scandal (the USA have ordered the extradition of the arrested executives) and Germany has crashed out of the Women's Football World Cup.
8:25 Music Feature: The Secret Life of Aotearoa Juggalos
Detroit shock rap duo Insane Clown Posse have been painting their faces and rapping for over 25 years now, and have amassed a deeply loyal cult of followers. Known as Juggalos, they number in the tens of thousands and span the globe, often painting their own faces in tribute. Sophie Wilson and Tony Stamp track down some of Aotearoa’s very own Juggalos to find out what it is about ICP that inspires such devotion.
9:06 Country Life
Rural news and features.
10:17 Late Edition
11:06 WOMAD Taranaki 2015
This week we feature an interview with and live performance from legendary English guitarist and singer songwriter Richard Thompson. His one show with his Electric Trio was one of the most highly anticipated performances of the Womad weekend.
Also in the programme is a live performance from Puerto Flamenco, a collaboration of artists based in Seville, Spain and Melbourne, Australia. They delivered a spell binding set of virtuoso Flamenco music and dance that enthralled a capacity audience on a beautiful Saturday afternoon at the Brooklands stage. (3 of 13, RNZ)