Summer Noelle for Monday 17 January 2011
Monday to Friday, 9am - Midday
9:10 Phil Goff
2010, the summer and the year ahead with our political leaders - Labour.
9:35 David Slack
Social commentator about New Ways of Doing Things - Carbon Nation movie & removing money using online networks - reinstating bartering.
9:50 Jim Flynn
Intelligence expert, professor of politics and author of 'The Torchlight List: Around the World in 200 Books'. Jim believes that reading great literature could be better than a university education.
Today's recommendations, France: Victor Hugo - Les Miserables; Emile Zola - The Kill; Gustave Flaubert - Madam Bovary; Albert Camus - The Plague; Frederick Forsyth - The Day of the Jackal
10:10 Tim Wilson
US correspondent for TVNZ and author of an apocalyptic novel 'Their faces were shining'
10:30 David McKee Wright
Kiwi Inventors who should be Famous - a boat with wheels that has become a favourite with rescue services
10:45 Your Place
Lloyd Whiu is the organiser of the Kawhia Kai Festival. Kawhia is located about an hour south west of Hamilton
11:20 Miriam Clancy
Musical selections for the summer season... Stevie Nicks
11:30 Simon Pound
Cinematic examples of the end of the world - The Walking Dead (American television series); 1985 New Zealand film the Quiet Earth
11:45 Jacob Brown
11:55 Simon Farrell-Green
Food blogger from Eat Here Now with his Local Food Heroes - making a good cup of tea, food carts and homegrown cheese
The Mutton Birds - Dominion Road (NZ)
Ruth Wyand - Train Song
REM - It's the End of the World as we know it (and I feel fine)
Flight of the Conchords - Business Time (NZ)
Stevie Nicks - Edge of Seventeen