Missed ReCooper8 on Sunday? Well, do not despair – you have a second chance! It really was a goodie. We chatted with Jen Olson about Featherston Booktown; Jane Ross about the upcoming Wairarapa Film Festival; Rebekah Merhtens about life travelling around the South Island in a bus with her family; and Christine Eliseev about her … More April’s show was a corker!
This weekend, I had the privilege of interviewing Christine Eliseev, who lives in Carterton with her husband, Vlad, and their kids. Vlad’s mum, Lyubov (which means love, aroha, in Russian) is trapped in the Ukraine city of Kharkiv. Lyubov has been bombed out of her apartment and is now staying with friends of friends. Vlad … More Interview with Christine Eliseev
Yes. I know. It is March. Sorry! Nevertheless! You’ll learn to love it! Once again, great guests, great music (thank you Katie!!), plus Coops gets very impassioned about The Long Time Academy (and also gets quite a few technical details about discount rates utterly wrong. Bernard Hickey, forgive her! You can’t fault her enthusiasm!) Thank … More February’s show is available!
Relive the fun, joy and occasional smart phone/office furniture drama of last night’s edition of ReCooper8 with Katie and Coops! … More September’s edition of ReCooper8 now available!
Missed August’s edition of ReCooper8? Well that was bloomin’ silly! Catch up again now from our blog, YouTube, Spotify or iTunes! … More August’s edition of ReCooper8
We had a blast on June’s edition of ReCooper8! … More June’s edition of ReCooper8!
Oh, didn’t we have fun! Thank you to Jen Olson for the music appreciation, to Kathy Bartlett for the art, sex ed awareness and all round sass, to Nikki King for the muscles, the fitness inspo, and of course the Talent Wairarapa intel, and to Peter Murray for the lowdown on the upcoming model train … More April’s show available now!
Throughout February 2021, the Miracle Room in Featherston will host Carterton-based artist, Rosalie Jurczenko, and her beautiful exhibition, Seen/Unseen. I caught up with Rosalie and gallery owner, Campbell Kneale, to talk about the exhibition and the wonder that is the Miracle Room. My sincere thanks to Rosalie and Campbell for sharing their time with me. … More Interview with artist Rosalie Jurczenko
Check out November 2020’s show … More November 2020’s episode
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