Nights for Friday 14 November 2014
7:06 Sonic Tonic
8:10 INF World Congress 2016
The pitch that won New Zealand the right to host the International Naturist Federation World Cup in Upper Hutt in November 2016 - with president Wendy Lowe of the NZ Naturist Federation.
For the past nine years, the Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra have been delighting audiences of all ages with their unique take on songs from across the musical spectrum. Founded by Wellington musicians Age Pryor and Bret McKenzie, the band began playing in a small café, and have now toured the UK, China, Japan and Australia, with the United States on the horizon.
In two sessions recorded in Wellington this year, the band produced their first full-length album, which came out on November 7. Titled Be Mine Tonight after the classic song by Th' Dudes, the album covers great Kiwi hits. Band member Gemma Gracewood documented the recording process.
9:06 Country Life
Rural news and features.
10:17 Late Edition
11:06 Global Citizen Aotearoa Concert
NZ artists Louis Baker, Thomas Oliver, Seth Haapu, Jamie McDell, Anika Moa, Tiki Taane, Maitreya, Paul McLaney and AHoriBuzz in a show supporting The Global Poverty Project - an international educational and campaigning organisation that aims to end extreme poverty in the world by 2030 (RNZ).