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Esther is joined by the iconic Cherie Currie of The Runaways fame.
Esther is joined by filmmaker Greg Wood to speak about his documentary 'The Colourist'. 'The Colourist' explores the famous hand coloured landscapes produced at White's Aviation in the 1940's. Grace Rawson, one of the earliest of the all-female...
Brendan Moran from avoid! avoid on his exhibition at depot artspace ‘Emulsions and Dispersions ‘.
Composer Alex Taylor talk to Esther about his re composition of the classic opera 'Dido and Aeneas' for the Basement Theatre. Tickets from http://www.basementtheatre.co.nz/
Anthony and Archie from Civil Union join Esther in studio to talk upcoming shows and their new LP 'Seasick, Love Drunk'.
Chris Cudby from the Depot Artspace joins Esther in the studio to talk about the new exhibition 'Seen and Heard', in celebration of NZ Music Month.
Coco Davis joins Esther to talk about the Daffodils Benefit Gala
Paolo Rotondo talks to Esther about the Italian Film Festival
Brooke Singer from French for Rabbits joins Esther in the studio talking touring and recording.
Esther chats with Jane Park and Sofia Dresher about the upcoming Queens Wharf Block Party.
Esther chats to the hilarious Red Bastard. Check out his show this week as part of the NZ International Comedy Festival http://www.comedyfestival.co.nz/find-a-show/red-bastard/
Esther chats with comedian Donna Brookbanks.
Esther chats with comedian Tessa Waters.
Esther MacIntyre and Sam Davis visit Jess and Kalina in the kitchen of IKA Seafood Bar & Grill, 3 Mt Eden Rd. They discuss fish and friends over a guava cocktail and, later, a beautifully fresh flounder with fried potatoes! Check out their menu and...
Amara joins Esther to talk about her upcoming fundraising gig on Friday night, featuring LarzRanda, Soccer Practice & Trip Pony at Ellen Melville Hall.
Esther speaks to Jessica Edwards, the producer and director of new film Mavis! A documentary about gospel music legend and civil rights icon Mavis Staples.
Esther takes a look at 2016 Taite Music Prize nominee SJD in a series devoted to the artists being celebrated this year.
Irish comedian Tommy Tiernan speaks to Morning Glory producer Alice Gatland ahead of his show 'Out of the Whirlwind' – at Skycity Theatre later this week as part of the NZ International Comedy Festival. Find tickets at http://www.comedyfestival.co.nz/
Stuart Bowden joins Esther to discuss his Comedy Festival show 'She was Probably not a Robot', a lo-fi, DIY, off-beat, sci-fi storytelling experience. Find tickets at http://www.comedyfestival.co.nz/
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