The Things You Need To Know For 2014 is a radio show I produced, hosted and edited in London. It aired on the Radio Live talk network in New Zealand between the 6th of January 2014 and the 21st of January 2014. The show covers everything from geopolitics, science and music to technology, media and television. Below you’ll find all five shows.
Monopoly dumps the iron, parliament voting in support of gay marriage, electric cars are likely to be made noisier if new rules come into effect and a substance effecting 100s of seabirds has been identified.
Interviews with the NZ Society President and the three finalists in the 2013 UK New Zealander of the Year Award. This annual award recognises and celebrates the person who has made the most outstanding personal contribution in the UK to promoting the interests of New Zealand or New Zealanders, whether in public life, by charitable work, or achievement in the arts, sport or academia.
What is England’s national day? Plus a round-up of the good and ugly Waitangi Day activity in London.
Scottish government changes wording of independence referendum question, wind turbine has collapsed after it was was hit by gale force winds & Prince Charles & Camilla take the tube.
My UK report on Radio Live with James Coleman today includes details and reaction to David Cameron’s speech on the EU & referendum, a suggestion to build snowmen to prevent flooding and a Wikileaks film is to star Benedict Cumberbatch as Julian Assange.
The Things You Need To Know For 2013 is a radio show that aired on the Radio Live talk network in New Zealand between the 31st of December 2012 and the 11th of January 2013. The show covers everything from politics, science and gaming to wine, media and television. Below is a playlist containing all 10 shows.
The BBC was “incapable” of dealing with Jimmy Savile affair, “plebgate” is back and now 30 officers are working on it, New guidelines regarding offensive social media messages come into effect today
The Beast from the East, the Pat Finucane review, a crackdown on student visas & Navy submariner jailed for Official Secrets Act breach
Osborne’s grim Autumn statement, Australian radio jocks fool the Duchess of Cambridge’s hospital and Donald Trump bans Glenfiddich.