The Wireless Saturday Morning takeover!
Saturday Morning with Megan Whelan and TheWireless.co.nz: 2 November 2013 Kim Hill is on leave.
8:15 Intro: The Wireless.co.nz
8:20 Cecile Richards: family planning
8:45 Andrew Jack: censorship
8:55 Ruby Brunton: dating in NYC
9:05 Di White: crime, justice and theatre
9:25 James Robinson: voyaging and US politics
9:40 Lorna Piatti-Farnell: vampires and goths
10:05 David Dallas: NZ hip hop
10:20 Dolly Parton: blue smoke and Miley
10:30 Playing Favourites with Tourettes
11:05 Uther Dean: trials and fear
11:30 Stacy Gregg: horses and princesses
11:45 Joseph Harper: bonsai production
11:50 Randa AKA Mainard Larkin: more NZ hip hop
Reading around the wikis and obits Neil Gaimen interviewing Lou Reed (via boingboing via Wil Wheaton) is a gem and reflects nicely with what some of us have been saying upthread.
Marcus Stickley being interviewed this very minute on The Wireless.
Small insatiable hordes stopping at every door demanding to be fed leave me wondering what they'll dare when we run out of food.
Say 'Hi' to the trick'n'treaters for me - I'm not staying home.
Many thanks Graeme.
Is this particular to Auckland as it has its own act?
My understanding was that elsewhere the council would nominate a replacement in cases of resignation but freely admit my reading of the LGA was far from thorough.
Well, talk about unappetising and unnecessary...
what would Skippy do?
Or the Gipper even...
Bevan Chuang in Both Worlds S1Ep1 on multicultural New Zealanders screened by TV3 and where last night's news had her burlesque performance. Thinking and now knowing this gave me different reactions to some upthread and am posting as may give a fuller perspective on her personality and actions.
RNZ 1pm news: Len Brown has confirmed he was a referee for a council job for the woman he had an extra-marital affair with ... his diary manager, at his request, responded by email to say he highly recommended her.