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Yavuz Öfkeli, a.k.a Ny Project Dj Producer and remixer he collaborate;Starlight Records, Dancemania Records, Angry Records, Eivisia Records, Deep House Amigo Records, Domestic Vision, Chilling Grooves Records, Workout Music, Emre Gravson Music, Yeni Dünya Music, Netswork Records, Dj Yavuz Öfkeli's last official remix for "Cada Vez" excepted for 13 different compilations and influenced by Dance Mania Records, his unique tech house sound "Stereo Palma - Cada Vez (Yavuz Ofkeli Deep Dream Mix) h ...
 
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The RNZ Music crew (Kirsten Johnstone, Tony Stamp, Nick Bollinger, Alex Behan, and Yadana Saw) make their music picks from 2018's crop of international releases and give their opinions on the definitive trends from this year.
 
In 'No Feeling is Final ' from the ABC the writer and podcaster Honor Eastly presents a highly personal account of her experiences of living with anxiety and suicidal thoughts. The show weaves together years' worth of audio diaries with scripted narrative and recreations of scenes from her past. It creates a moving memoir about mental health th ...…
 
Do you work in an open plan office? Well ever since the management gurus saw them as a way of improving our productivity and increasing collaboration, more and more of us do. But does the open office actually work? Do people enjoy them? Or do all the distractions and a lack of privacy actually make us less productive? 'Freakonomics Radio' is a ...…
 
A recently released BBC series called' The Ratline' tries to uncover the truth about a senior Nazi, Baron Otto Gustav von Wächter, who disappeared after the Second World War, then died in mysterious circumstances in Italy.We play some of Episode 1 of The Ratline called 'The Secrets In The Castle' presented by Philippe Sands, produced by Gemma N ...…
 
In each episode of 'Unspooled' the film critic Amy Nicholson and the actor, comedian, and all-round movie buff Paul Scheer take a film from the American Film Institute's Top 100 list, and pull it apart. I've listened to episodes recently about Apocalypse Now, 2001: A Space Odyssey, ET, and Taxi Driver. We play some of their take on Number 83 on ...…
 
'Unspooled' dissects the top 100 films ever made. The mysterious death of a high-ranking Nazi is investigated in 'The Ratline'. 'Freakonomics Radio' asks the question; do open plan offices (help us) work? And 'No Feeling Is Final' offers a powerful account of living with a mental illness.
 
Emails and text messages from listeners to the Saturday Morning programme.
 
Kate De Goldi is a children's author, publisher, and reviewer. Her latest book is From The Cutting Room of Barney Kettle, and she is a regular guest on Saturday Morning to discuss children's literature. Laura Kroetsch lives in Adelaide, where she was director of the Adelaide Writers' Week for seven years - stepping down after the 2018 event to ...…
 
Dr Mike Murphy is one of the world's leading scientists in mitochondrial research. Originally from Ireland, he is nowadays the programme leader at the Mitochondrial Biology Unit at Cambridge University. Dr Murphy studied at Otago University, where he developed MitoQ, a mitochondria-targeting anti-oxidant, which looks likely to be effective in p ...…
 
Debs Martin has been the regional manager for Forest & Bird in the top of the South Island since 2004. In recent years she has helped develop several biodiversity strategies for the region - and is currently working to preserve the critically endangered New Zealand long-tailed bat which is headed for extinction unless populations are identified ...…
 
Australian food writer, author and TV personality Matt Preston is a familiar face to Kiwi fans of MasterChef Australia. He is one of the show's three judges and is known for his cravats and colourful, occasionally outrageous, suits. Preston writes a weekly food column for Newscorp's metro newspapers and he is a senior editor for Delicious and T ...…
 
Professor Mohamad Abdalla is one of Australia's most prominent Muslim leaders. Over the last 15 years, he played a leading role in establishing Islamic Studies (Research and Teaching) as an academic area of study in Australia, including securing $8m to establish the National Centre of Excellence for Islamic Studies (NCEIS), a collaboration betw ...…
 
Novelist, short story writer and essayist, Paula Morris (Ngati Wai, Ngati Whatua) is the 2018 Katherine Mansfield Fellow, announced by the Arts Foundation this week. She will spend at least four months in Menton, southern France, with access to the writing room below Villa Isola Bella, where Katherine Mansfield created some of her most importan ...…
 
Pacific Islands call out stubborn states at climate meeting; Older Pacific migrants more resilient to Mental health challenges; Vanuatu, Fiji lead the fight against domestic violence; Tonga grapples with growing meth problem; Election dispute causes stir in Fiji; Paris talks raise New Caledonia independence referendum aftermath; PNG's fraud squ ...…
 
Anne Perkins is a political commentator, writer and broadcaster, and the former deputy political editor of The Guardian. She will talk to Kim about a week in which it was revealed British PM Theresa May has lost about a third of her party's support, as she heads into a contentious final vote on the shape of the Brexit deal.…
 
The latest news in Niuean language (Vagahau Niue) - brought to you by our partner - Pacific Media Network.
 
The latest news in Cook Island Maori (Te Reo Maori Kuki Airani) - brought to you by our partner - Pacific Media Network.
 
Not everyone is happy about R. Kelly's NZ shows. NZ Quote of the year. Kiwi Rules with Adrian Workman from Vietnam
 
Ten producers from Horowhenua opened their doors to the public recently to give them an insight into the range of food grown in the region and what is required to get from producer to plate.
 
Kevin Taylor, Brian Osbourne and Mary Cameron are part of a dedicated group of Selwyn Distict residents who are developing the Ellesmere Historical Park. The project has been going for several years and so far about 8000 objects from the district have been donated to the museum.
 
Taranaki is looking very green and farmers are complaining that it's harder to manage a surplus of feed than a deficit. Milk production is about 7 percent ahead of last season. Artifical insemination of cows is continuing on Southland dairy farms and the first draft of lambs are being weaned.
 
Taste Horowhenua, Teachers Skip Class for the Day, Preserving Local Heritage for the Benefit of Future Generations and the Regional Wrap.
 
A Wellington iwi social service has lost its funding bid to help the homeless -The controversial Waitara Lands Bill has been passed at Parliament - And a South Auckland marae which is a central hub for its community will now be able to house its kaumatua.
 
The Teachers' Day Out is a development day for teachers highlighting the range of careers available in the primary sectors and how science, technology and business can relate to teaching in the classroom. NZ Young Farmers organised the event in Canterbury, which involved a bus load of secondary school teachers visiting farms, agribusinesses and ...…
 
If you're in Hamilton this weekend, head down to Garden Place for an outdoor storytelling experience
 
Simon Bridges ends the year as National Party leader, but how secure is his position? Elected after the resignation of Bill English at the start of the year, Mr Bridges inherited a large caucus stung by the relegation to the opposition benches and brimming with ambition.
 
More than 17,000 Americans registered to move to New Zealand when Donald Trump was elected as President, but how many actually followed through and moved here? We meet one family who moved their entire lives 12,000km from Texas to Auckland.
 
Four years after a shooting at the Ashburton Work and Income office left two staff members dead, the first fully re-fitted Work and Income office, complete with new security features, is open for business in Otara, South Auckland.
 
One of New Zealand's most high profile jobs will open for applications next year, with All Blacks coach Steve Hansen announcing that he will retire after the 2019 Rugby World Cup. So who will succeed him? Alex Perrottet put on his recruitment hat and went headhunting.
 
A review of the week's news including... The man charged with murdering British backpacker Grace Millane appears in court for the first time, Air NZ engineers strike notice withdrawn, midwives accuse ministers of interference in pay talks, Steve Hansen to leave All Blacks in 2019, a man's long wait for an apology from MSD, Paula Bennett discuss ...…
 
Touch games have been cancelled at Mountford Park tonight, as a mark of respect for a four-year-old girl who died in an incident with a rugby scrum machine.
 
The death of a four-year-old girl in an incident with a rugby scrum machine is being described as a tragedy. The accident happened near the Manurewa Rugby club rooms in Mountfort Park yesterday evening while her family was present.
 
NZTA is expected to approve a rail commuter service between Hamilton and Auckland, proposed by three Waikato councils. As Andrew McRae reports, there's already strong support for the service.
 
News from the business sector, including a market report.
 
New official data shows the net worth of the richest 20 percent of households has gone up nearly 400,000 - hitting a median of $1.75 million. Meanwhile the net worth of the bottom 40 percent hasn't increased.
 
Veteran netballer Casey Kopua was reduced to tears after being named by Silver Ferns coach Noelene Taurua as a member in the new squad, along with two other new mums. But as Ravinder Hunia reports, it was the omission of former Captain Katrina Grant, that sent shockwaves through the team.
 
Residents of four Dunedin homes may have to find somewhere else to spend Christmas after a slip opened up on a nearby hillside, forcing them to evacuate.
 
A seriously ill man who was forced to sleep in his car after being denied emergency accommodation by MSD wants to meet the minister and deputy CEO, who promised him an apology...but he's not having much luck. Lisa Owen reports.
 
Steve Hansen says his decision to step down as All Blacks coach after next year's World Cup is the right decision for him and the right decision for the team he has led to new heights.
 
ACC has released its annual list of strange Christmas injuries ... apparently last year more than 4-thousand people were injured on Christmas Day alone, costing ACC a touch over three-and-a-half million bucks..
 
A new report out of the University of Auckland today about public attitudes towards breastfeeding in public and apparently we're overwhelmingly in favour.. or at least overwhelmingly not against it ...
 
In order to meet the Smokefree 2025 goal, about 17,000 more people need to quit per year than are at the moment. Was a target this ambitious always going to fail?
 
Who should be paying out compensation to beachfront property owners whose homes will likely be affected by climate change?
 
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