I’ve been out and about a bit with my mobile recorder snaffling lots of lovely audio and then wrangling it into these two pieces. The first is an interview with the gorgeous ladies of the Wairarapa Spinners and Weavers, who meet regularly at the Wool Shed in Masterton, the National Museum of Sheep and Shearing. … More Spinners, Weavers and Rugby Players!
Coming up on tonight’s ReCooper8, Featherson Jeweller, Chris Adams… … More On tonight’s ReCooper8, Featherston Jeweller, Chris Adams
It is with great pleasure that I announce EmmaMakes as ReCooper8’s new sponsor! Teaming up with EmmaMakes, the company and brand of Featherstonian and friend, Emma McCleary, presents many creative possibilities and I look forward to more adventures in audio with this fantastic brand at my side! I would also like to thank Ladybird Early Childcare in … More All Change! ReCooper8 welcomes new sponsor, EmmaMakes
Tune in to 92.7FM at 8pm tonight for January’s edition of ReCooper8. In the studio with me tonight are Jen Craddock, the organizer of Sunset Cinema, a NZ film festival taking place in Carterton from 22nd Jan through to 12th March 2015. And we catch up with Vic Ross, assistant director of Miles Eckford’s adaptation of … More Jen Craddock and Vic Ross on Tonight’s Show!
Have a listen to my chat with Anne Taylor, local artist, designer and journalist, about what’s on in the way of the arts in the Wairarapa over January and February 2015. Highlights include the Tape Art Workshop for kids at Aratoi Museum, held by Tina Rae Carter between 20th – 22nd January; Zelda Bruce’s … More Arts Chat with Anne Taylor
Click on the sounds files below to listen again to ReCooper8’s interview with Wairarapa artist, Nicki Stewart, whose fascinating exhibition, Remember to Remember, opens at Aratoi on the 8th August; and arts review with Anne Taylor exploring all the other delicious treats at Aratoi in August-September. Thank you to Anne and Nicki for their contributions … More Knit one, purl one… and other treats!
In June ReCooper8 had a yarn with Luke Buda from The Phoenix Foundation and Robin Greenberg, Wellington based documentary maker and director of The Free China Junk. You can listen again to those interviews right here! Thanks to my guests for making a great show! Luke Buda … More Listen again – Luke Buda and Robin Greenberg interviews