The 3rd story in my Featherston series was so fun to do! In the dead of night (well, about 7.30pm) a group of brave gardeners took up shovels and planted for victory!
After my lovely chat with Siv and Kara on ReCooper8 the other night, it struck me that over the last few years I’ve covered quite a lot of stories from Featherston. So, over the next few days, I’ll be re-releasing some my favourites, starting today with Rethinking Featherston. First aired in November 2014, this piece is … More Featherston Stories #2
On Sunday 19th March it was my pleasure to chat with Kara Pennington and Siv Fjaerestad, two power houses of community action in Featherston. They came in to talk about (amongst a heap of other things!) Featherston’s new community development venture, Fab Feathy, and the Community Potluck dinner that will be happening at the Anzac … More An Interview with Fab Feathy!
An interview with Neil Dawson, internationally acclaimed sculptor and visual artist. In this interview, Neil discusses Ascension, an ambitious and daring public artwork destined for Masterton in the Wairarapa. The final push to raise the funds necessary to bring Ascension to Masterton will start on 24.11.16 with a Boosted campaign. For more information about how you can support this project, visit https://www.facebook.com/Art-For-Our-Valley-1076509902413992/ where links to the Boosted website will be provided.
Lucy Cooper is the host of ReCooper8, a monthly arts show on Arrow FM 92.7, one of New Zealand 12 community access radio stations. For more information, stories and interviews visit http://www.recooper8.wordpress.com … More Interview with Neil Dawson
A story about the Pahiatua Convent, that was recently given a new lease of life in Greytown. … More Episode 2 – New Beginnings
Lucy interviews Alex Cruickshank, writer, geek (self-confessed) and collector of 1980s computer technology. … More Episode 1 – Thank you Mr President. No, really…
Quick chats with the good people of Martinborough, New Zealand, about their earliest audio and radio memories. … More Episode 3 – Martinborough’s Earliest Radio Memories