In this episode we review ‘Winamp’ – the classic windows media player makes it’s way to Android, ‘Xbox Live’ on Windows Phone 7, and ’5-0 Radio’ brings the police/fire/emergency radio scanner to the the iPhone/iPod touch.
In this episode we review ‘WTFSIMFD or What the Fuck Should I Make For Dinner’ – A helpful wee app that suggests menu options on Android, an introductory look at the whole Windows Phone 7 operating system, and ‘The Channer’ is an app that brings TV from all round the world to the iPhone/iPod touch.
His aim is to travel as far from his home (Newcastle upon Tyne, UK) as possible within 30 days. That means getting to Campbell Island, or as close to it as he can. Paul talks about his travels so far, how the idea came together, the people he has met, the problems he has encountered and his prospects for making his way around New Zealand.
The Prime Minister joined David Slack and myself for an extended live interview in the studio this morning
In the final 24 hours before New Zealander’s go to the polls Helen lays it down honest and as real as she possibly can. Away from the distraction of the trivial nature of television leaders debates we find a Prime Minister who is focused, determined and serious about putting a coalition together once the country has spoken. For an insight to what Helen Clark believes is important in this election have a listen.
Anna Coddington is one of New Zealand’s foremost heroines of independent pop music, as is clearly evident on her debut, self-produced album “The Lake”, due for release in June 2008. Coddington has been quietly kicking around New Zealand’s music scene for some time now. You may have heard her singing in the background of some well known tunes by artists like Bic Runga, Anika Moa, SJD, Dimmer and more, or in the foreground of a handful of casually released pop gems by her bands Handsome Geoffery and Duchess.
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Video of Kiwi FM studio acoustic performance