Summer Noelle for Monday 12 January 2009
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Summer Noelle - Monday 12 January 2009
We talk to Auckland based broadcaster Jaquie Brown about 2008 and her television show 'Jaquie Brown Diaries'.
Music Manager and Presenter Paul Ellis takes a look at New Zealand Broadcasting Standards for us.
After the 11 o'clock news Episode Ten ofChickenman!
The longest running radio serial of all time by Dick Orkin (Radio Hall of Fame, April 2002 by the National Association of Broadcasters).
The 60s Radio serial has "aired in more than 3,000 cities in the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and worldwide via Armed Forces Radio,making it the longest running radio serial of all time" (2008 Radio Ranch). Many remember the serial from Adrian Cronauer's radio show, the inspiration for the feature film 'Good Morning Vietnam' starring Robbin Williams. This is not to be missed. If you remember it the first time it was broadcast it will still have you laughing and just as confused. If you have never heard it you will become a fan in no time. For more information visit www.gracegibson.com.au or www.radio-ranch.com
Presenter and cellist Kate Mead has her summer Classical Music picks.
And our Movie Man Dominic Corry is delving into the world of Horror films.
Plus more Musings of a cricketing Ne'er Do-well Jack Perkins.
SUMMER NOELLE THEME:
TITLE:Brand New Start
TITLE:Dreams in my head
ALBUM:In Swings the Tide
ALBUM:Favourite Worst Nightmare
TITLE:Mr Big Stuff
ALBUM:Mr Big Stuff
ALBUM:BBC Radio 2 Presents the Playlist
ARTIST:La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Hesperion XXI/Jordi Savall
TITLE:ARANES: To the good life;
ALBUM:Villancicos Y Danzas Criollas 1550-1750
ARTIST:Rupa & the April Fishes
TITLE:Une Americaine a Paris
TITLE:Streets of Berlin
ALBUM:Just Can't Get Enough: New Wave Halloween
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