Summer Noelle for Wednesday 13 January 2016
09:07 - Mai Chen and Paul Spoonley
Panel discussion on New Zealand's identity. In the third of our weekly panel Mai Chen, chair of the Superdiversity Centre and Professor Paul Spoonely, Pro-Vice Chancellor at Massey University, explore what it means to be a New Zealander in 2016 and how the "face" of the nation is changing.
09:45 - Wayne Hay
Asia Correspondent with the latest on the stand off on the Korean Peninsula as well as concerns at resistance growing to anti-malarial vaccines throughout south east Asia.
10:10 - Greg McGee
Author and playwright discusses his career on How We Did It.
10:25 - Anton Blank
Today's Poet reading a Poem, which was penned by his mother Arapera Blank.
10:45 - Jeremy Hansen
On evolving cities fresh back from the US talking about what he saw in LA and how there are similarities with what's happening in Auckland.
11:10 - Ross Brown
AUT student with his documentary looking at Electronic Dance Music and what it's all about.
11:20 - Alex Casey
Chooses the movie in today's Classic Film Club and it's a real classic.
11:30 - Paul Casserly
Shares his musical memories in Songs of a Life.