Turkey’s Tyrant, Ray Remembered
BELOW ARE UNIQUE FEATURES TO THIS WEEKEND’S SHOWS
REGULAR FEATURES ARE OUTLINED OVER THERE ON THE RIGHTSATURDAY December 3
10:15:- ENVIRONEWS Forest & Bird’s Best Fish Guide & APP. What’s on it and why? Katrina Goddard explains.Get the APP here.
10:30:- NZ’s Favourite Plants & Worst Weeds result with Matt Ward from NZPCN. PLUS, why do endangered NZ plants have different conservation status than animals? Botanist Peter De Lange explains.
11:10:- Albums From The Class of ’76. This week Grant Smithies explores the deep and glorious history of the Isley Brothers and respins their ’76 album Harvest For The World.SUNDAY December 4
9:15:- Since the failed coup attempt Turkey’s Erdogan has been a tyrannical outrage and there’s been little international protest. Middle East specialist with The Melbourne Age, Maher Mughrabi gives us his analysis of the man and his motives, and why the silence.
9:30:- 50 Ships That Changed The Course Of History Part 6 with John McCrystal.Visit the 50 Ships Archive here
10:15:- Ray Columbus remembered. We lost rock royalty this week. Hear an in-depth interview with Ray from a few years back where he regales stories from the 60s and the music which influenced his own work.
11:10 Outsiders with Gerard Hindmarsh. The US Invasion. In 1943 New Zealand experienced the greatest cultural infusion since European settlement. The Yanks came! Click here for the Outsiders Archive