On 14th November at 3pm at Featherston’s beautiful Anzac Hall, Annabel Langbein, Aotearoa’s most popular cookbook author, will be in conversation with Wellington based journalist and food critic David Cohen about her new memoir “Bella: My Life In Food“. The event is part of Featherston Booktown’s Words in November. Before and after An Afternoon with … More Featherston Booktown: Words in November with Annabel Langbein
One of the smallest members of the ReCooper8 whānau is Flo Partridge, youngest daughter of host, Lucy. On Thursday 24 September, this plucky 8 year old is shaving off all her hair to fundraise for the Child Cancer Foundation. Here’s a short audio story about Flo’s campaign and the fabulous work CCF does. If you … More Can you support Flo’s fundraiser?
There aren’t many things Katie and I would describe as ‘rip-snorting’, but Sunday’s show on Arrow FM 92.7 is certainly one of them! Guest after guest after guest, almost as if it was a planned and organised broadcast. Uncanny. So, pop in your earbuds and tuck in to interviews with William Connor, the writer behind … More March 2020’s edition of ReCooper8 available now!
ReCooper8 is well and truly back! In February we started up our new semi-regular slot genning up on classical music with Jen Olson (see what we did there!?); and Jane Ross from Sunset Cinema Carterton. Other stuff happened too, but you’ll have to dig in to find out! You can even watch the show here … More February 2020’s edition of ReCooper8
Here, for your listening pleasure is May 19’s podcast of the show, featuring my fabulous guests Campbell Kneale, curator and director at The Miracle Room; Holly and Zac Winterwood, founders of Winterwood Sound Immersions; and everybody’s favourite astronomer, Becky Bateman of Under the Stars Wairarapa! More fabulous that you can shake a stick at! (did … More May’s show was a corker!
On this month’s show Coops n Katie chatted with Felicity Abbott, production designer on films such as Upgrade and the rather gorgeous Ladies in Black; and Peter Biggs, spokesperson for Featherston Booktown, which has recently become a full member of the International Organisation of Booktowns! We also played a pre-recorded interview with Jade Waetford, Chair … More October’s Edition of ReCooper8 is available now!
In August, ReCooper8 had the pleasure of the company of Rebecca Kempton, photographer and President of the fabulous Wairarapa Camera Club; David Johnson from Carterton Events Centre; Hayden Mischefski, organiser of the Asia and Friends Food Night Market and the upcoming Kite Festival; and Enrico Tizzano to talk podcasts and film! Listen again by clicking … More August’s edition of ReCooper8
Not only can you listen to ReCooper8 on radio and as a podcast, you can watch it too! Thanks to the technical wizardry of Wairarapa TV’s Toby Mills, ReCooper8 and several other Arrow FM programmes are video recorded and posted on Facebook and YouTube! So dive in! This month, Katie n Coops had the pleasure … More Sound and Vision: June’s edition of ReCooper8
Yes, we’ve got a little behind in the posting of the blogs and podcasts! Back in May, Katie and Coops chatted with a delightful series of guests, including Bronwyn Reid, Aratoi Museum of Art and History Collections Manager; Quinn Kanaly and Noel Dockstader, directors of the superb documentary, Point of No Return; and Amadeo Enriquez-Ballestero, Discovery World Coordinator at Otago … More May’s edition of ReCooper8
The 5th Farming for the Future was held at the Carterton Events Centre on 10 April 2018, and this year I and Michaela Manley trotted around the delegates with our recorders to capture their thoughts on three questions: What are the challenges you face in your business? What are you most excited about for the future … More Farming for the Future 2018 pt1