"[In interviews] you always get asked the same stuff. This is stuff I've never been asked before" - Jake Bailey
All before the age of 17, Mark toured NZ as a boy soprano, lost his father and joined a Marxist community.
In the interview Bobby talks of getting into mischief at school, working at a petrol station and reflects on his close friend Steve Sumner.
From growing up terrorising his parents, to getting expelled from kindergarten, to becoming a policeman and now a father of 3 kids.
Martin Phillipps, lead singer of The Chills is an iconic figure in New Zealand music. This is his story!
Kelven Scott is a blind man, but doesn't let that stop him from doing what he loves!
This episode takes you "Around The World in 80s" on a world tour of music, exploring different music scenes in different countries!
Lianne reveals that she is writing a book about Christchurch after the earthquakes, giving insight into the politics of disaster.
Compiletely Bats is a documentary on one of the greatest kiwi bands of all time!
I created, interviewed, narrated and produced this Podcast.
I was an on-air announcer on The Garage 96.1 for 7 weeks, doing the morning show from 10-1. This is a mixture of on-air and voicing ads.
I sold radio advertising to Portacom, co-wrote the ads and then voiced the ads.
I sold, co-wrote and then voiced ads for McDonald's. Within 24 hours of our first meeting with McDonald's, we had created an ad campaign.
I along with another sales rep was responsible for creating, selling and writing this advertising campaign. I produced the ads by myself.