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Girl Friday with Alessandra and friends.
The kinds of conversations that can occur when women get together over beverages.
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Today's Guests: Marie (and partner) have developed a must-have app: Link Car Sharing - think Tinder meets hitch hiking, and Brooke Barrett - local fashion stylist. Jamie Lee Dimes, visiting musician and friend of Brooke, shares some of her story and provides the live music.
Duration: 01:01:47 | Date: 20 December, 2019
St Paul (Coulton), St Andrew (Andy Bassett), St Peter (Hickey) and St Nick (Boheimer - Jellylegs) come to ART to talk about the Gig For Johnny - 12 hours of blues at the NP Club 30th November. Lucky for us they also brought their guitars, sax and harmonicas with them.
Duration: 00:55:34 | Date: 29 November, 2019
Alessandra is joined by 3 of the 11 members of the Ladies 80's Choir to talk about their upcoming performance. Also, Laura and Colleen from Puke Ariki, put the call out for submissions by local artists to participate in the Home Work: Taranaki Art 2020 Exhibition.
Duration: 00:55:11 | Date: 22 November, 2019
Today's host, Virginia Winder, talks with Sue Philipson, from New Plymouth's Family Eating Disorder Support Group, and Francesca Aldridge, a registered clinical nutritionist, about eating disorders, especially in young people. Topics covered include how to spot an eating disorder, the effects of diets, body image, food awareness and food as medicine.
Duration: 01:04:58 | Date: 8 November, 2019
Guests today: Juliet McLean of O Juliet on the release of their new album "Unlash the Boats"; Creative Fibre artists Suzan Kostanich and Janette Theobald on the NP Creative Fibre exhibition at the JD Reid Gallery. With music from Juliet's new album.
Duration: 00:57:03 | Date: 1 November, 2019
Gareth Kahui, host of "Keeping it Reo", talks with Dr Ruakere Hond about the upcoming commemoration of the land wars at Owae Marae, Te Puutake o te Riri.
Duration: 00:22:45 | Date: 25 October, 2019
Isla Fabu and Sally Hikaka talk with Alessandra about their new exhibition "Listening to the Land - an exploration of connection to place".
Duration: 00:54:47 | Date: 11 October, 2019
Lynette, from Dalgleish Diamond Jewellers, shares some of the incredibly moving stories behind the jewellery, stories that are being collected to commemorate their 100th anniversary.
Duration: 00:56:13 | Date: 4 October, 2019
Takiwātanga is the new term for autism - in his or her own time and space. Theresa Tongi and Jolene Stockman-Quicke, from Autism Connex, share their stories.
Duration: 00:59:25 | Date: 27 September, 2019
Girl Friday with guest host Ange Smiley and friends Kiriana, Elvisa and Paula. The kinds of conversations that can occur when women get together over beverages.
Duration: 00:56:33 | Date: 13 September, 2019
Friends from past shows join Alessandra for the last ever live show from the hill. Guests include Danae, Franciszka, Ange, Elvisa, Linda, EJ, Suraya and Helene. The conversation flows over 2 hours: from memories, community and being in the CBD, to keeping safe and consent - what women talk about when they get together with beverages. (Warning: contains a couple of swears.)
Duration: 01:55:55 | Date: 30 August, 2019
Lucy, Raedie and Craig, from Scotland’s live arts organisation 21Common, talk about their show in this year's Taranaki Winterfest: The Ballad of the Apathetic Son and His Narcissistic Mother.
Duration: 00:55:06 | Date: 16 August, 2019
Meet NgaRauPonga Sarron (Auntie Raui), and Jean Adams - close friends who met when they both moved into the Jean Sandel Retirement Village at the same time. They share their stories with Alessandra - from growing up in Moturoa and London, respectively, during WWII to present day life at Jean Sandel.
Duration: 01:00:27 | Date: 2 August, 2019
Ex-ART Showmaker Saturn Murray (Saturn's Orbit) is in town for a visit. She called into to the station and talks, here, with Alessandra about being part of ART and studying art in Wellington.
Duration: 00:55:19 | Date: 5 July, 2019
Jax Hamilton talks about her pop-up Jamaican restaurant, part of this weekend's Feastival in New Plymouth, and racism. Live music by Bittercup and Emily Riordan.
Duration: 00:53:22 | Date: 7 June, 2019
Phone conversations with: Niki Jenkinson - Taranaki Arts Trail; Alex - Kirtan Yoga at the Yoga Space; Ethan Griffiths - School Strike 4 Climate NP; Elliott Blyth - School Strike 4 Climate NZ/Wellington.
Duration: 00:58:34 | Date: 24 May, 2019
Pat, Betty, Shirley and Lynn, from The Inner Wheel New Plymouth North Club, talk about their club and the friendships and opportunities it offers.
Duration: 00:57:08 | Date: 22 March, 2019
Guests are Ingrid Vercammen and Janet Fleming. Hear about Ingrid's upcoming seminar on harnessing the power of feminine leadership. Janet talks family, farming, Sport Taranaki, and Rural Razzle.
Duration: 01:03:01 | Date: 22 February, 2019
The ART team share their experiences of taking the caravan on its first official outing - to Paepae in the Park, in Patea, on Waitangi Day
Duration: 01:02:06 | Date: 8 February, 2019
Justine Gilliland from Venture Taranaki invites all to become involved in developing a roadmap for Taranaki in 2050. New Zealand is shifting to a lower emissions economy and Taranaki is helping lead this transition. The Taranaki 2050 Roadmap project is led by Venture Taranaki and the Just Transitions Unit at the Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment.
Your input will help develop the Taranaki 2050 Roadmap where we (the people of Taranaki) will plan out where we have come from, where we are now and where we need and want to get to.
Check out the webpage, which has a short video explaining what Taranaki 2050 is aiming to do: www.taranaki2050.org.nz.
Duration: 00:57:05 | Date: 1 February, 2019
With guests Luke Millard and Corinne Pryce-Baxter. Luke introduces the upcoming Koru Project that's happening in the Huatoki Plaza in February and sings for us.
Duration: 00:57:57 | Date: 25 January, 2019