Summer Noelle for Monday 18 January 2010
Monday to Friday, 10am - Midday
10:10 Will a super city equal an even more super country?
As the holidays end and many ease back to work, we take a look at some of the big issues on the table in 2010. Starting with gargantuan task of creating the Auckland Supercity.
10:25 Kiwis Who Should be Famous
Anne-Marie Brady nominates Arnolis Hayman (1890-1971) - a New Zealand missionary who was kidnapped and held hostage during the Chinese Communist Party's infamous Long March.
10:35 Young New Zealander of the Year
Matt Truman is the second finalist in the Young New Zealander of the Year. We speak to him about his work as president and Chairman of CanTeen Board.
10:40 Sarah Hopkinson on Visual Art
Sarah casts her eye over some of the big events that are coming up this year and the rising stars on the New Zealand art landscape.
11:08 Captain Kremmen Episode 16
Another week, another 5 blasts of Captain Kremmen, the worlds bravest man. Kenny Everett's hero continues his quest to save the world, again.
11:15 The Beatles Let it Be - 40 years on
2010 is a big year for Beatles fans. It's 40 years since the album Let it Be was released ... and 40 years since the fab four broke up. We speak to Dr Mike Brocken, course director and principal lecturer for the 'Beatles Popular Music & Society' MA at Liverpool Hope University.
11:40 Pause for Pinter ...
Theatre director Caroline Bell-Booth joins Noelle in the studio to talk about her new play, The Lover by Harold Pinter.