Morning Glory with Esther MacIntyre
Interview with The Eastern
We talk to Adam from The Eastern about their music and their upcoming show at the Old Folks Association. We also hear a couple of songs.
Fancy New Band: Darryl Baser
Darryl Baser talks to us about his new record (thanks to Powertool Records!) and plays us a couple of songs.
Morning Glory features THE ELECTRIC SWING CIRCUS
Esther speaks to the 7 piece Birmingham based Electric Swing band.
Morning Glory features Ready Steady Learn 19/11/2014
Madman Reviews (19/11/2014)
Morning Glory features Ryan McPhun of The Ruby Suns
Ryan of The Ruby Suns shares with Esther how its like being a father, coping with the Norwegian winter and their 2 shows in NZ.
Morning Glory (Who Arted) 20/11/2014
Thursday, it's the ARTS We help you get through the week with theatre and art features, interviews and reviews, plus Who Arted , thanks to Frame By Frame.
The Pitching Session
Esther checks out some new tracks 1. SHE'S SO RAD – Cool It 2. PRINCESS CHELSEA – No Church On Sunday 3. TINY RUINS – Chainmail Maker
Whammy Bar Announcement
A super special announcement from Rohan Evans of the Whammy Bar!
My Morning Mixtape
This Week, SJD plays a couple of his favorite tracks and talks about Splore.
Food Glorious Food with Jono Clarke: Strawberries
Jono is on the phone to talk about the best fruit in the world: The Strawberry!
Ange is on the phone to answer all your health questions with all natural answers!
Fancy New Band: Anthonie Tono
We are joined in studio by Anthonie Tono and we hear some live songs.
Eat Here Now
Simon Farrell-Green joins us to answer some of your questions.
Show me shorts Winners
Best Film went to Matthew Saville and Julia Parnell and their fantasy drama through the looking glass, Dive. Matthew is in the studio to talk to Ester about the festival.
Ready Steady Learn
Ester talks with Dr Morris Curtis, senior lecturer for the Department of Anatomy with Radiology, and discusses Parkinsons disease and stem cells.
Famous Flora at The White House
Playwright Elisabeth Easther joins Esther to discuss her play 'Famous Flora', centred on Flora McKenzie, Auckland City's most infamous madam, and performed in The White House strip club on Queen St. Tickets from iticket.co.nz
Luckless - Ivy Rossiter
Luckless are on another tour to celebrate their latest album, Vindication Blues. Ivy Rossiter is doing solo shows with friends Pales, including a show on Sunday at The Golden Dawn.
Art Listings for Thursday 13 November, including Art In The Dark!
- Auckland, New Zealand
PO Box 4560
New Zealand64 9 3093879