Tue, 03 Apr 2012
On TradeMe today on RadioLIVE with James Coleman - Crowd-sourced art by more than 800 people for a great cause, a kauri railway carriage from 1897, Station wagon with a disco ball (and some very cool pics), Bruce the papier-mâché shark from Waitakere, made by school kids, WWII gun turntable, Pens from the shipwreck of the Mikhail Lermontov
- Retro lava lamp collection – lava lamps are based on the principle of Rayleigh-Taylor instability and were invented in 1963
- A 6-piece, 6-metre halfpipe for skateheads
- MARMTE number plate: a variation on the Marmite proliferation. And of course the marmite madness continues here’s one of the more interesting ones…
Become a fan of RadioLIVE on Facebook
VIDEO part 1 - Brian Tamaki in studio with Willie Jackson
Evolutionary biologist says humans have less than 10 years left to live
What are the most popular Holiday Parks in NZ?
MPI on volunteers wanting to rescue Paua in Kaikoura today
Will the Whales still call Kaikoura home after the big quake?
Outdoor spaces for little explorers
A Way Home
Women in the building D.I.Y. market
International Rose Trials
What is Kokedama?