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Join Sarah Hendy every Wednesday for a journey through the vibrant arts and creative scene on the island in Spotlight. Focusing on everything creative from music and visual art to stage performance and artistic hobbies, along with much more.
 
Interviewing some of the fastest, smartest and most inspiring people active in the endurance world today.
 
A thoughtful look into the Paris climate accord and the role New Zealand plays in managing an existential crisis.
 
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Spotlight - 6th February 2019By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 30th January 2019By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
The talk with Greenpeace is well overdue. Amanda Larsson and I kept this talk a little shorter, it being skype and all, and we cracked into the wins from 2018, the campaigns ahead for 2019 (in particular the Solarise initiative) and the inspirations rising from the newer groups, 350, GenZero, and now Extinction Rebellion. Its been a long time s ...…
 
Spotlight - 23rd January 2019By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 16th January 2019By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 9th January 2019By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Catarina Gutierrez arrived on our shores brimming with ideas. Her world has better urban transport; fairer, more inclusive communities; and much more fun. After delving deep into the oil and gas issue it seemed like we could all use a change in gear. We ate empanadas, traded bike puns, and shared in the strange and unexplainable joy that is rid ...…
 
Spotlight Review of the Year - 23rd December 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 19th December 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 12th December 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 5th December 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 28th November 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 20th November 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Tom Bennion is an environmental lawyer. Like Shaun Hendy in the previous episode he sees reductions in air travel as vital to reducing emissions. I wanted to delve into details about the EEZ, the RMA and the Treaty of Waitangi. But this time we talked mainly about the recent amendments to the Crown Minerals Act, the result of the recent refusal ...…
 
Spotlight - 14th November 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 7th November 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 31st October 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 24th October 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 17th October 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Leonard Singer, Chairman of the Ramsey Music Society tells us about this seasons series of live classical music concerts, and Composer Dr Martin Ellerby reveals the stories behind the music he composed for the Isle of Man Wind Orchestra.By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Shaun Hendy is a theoretical physicist from Auckland university. He is also a science communicator and he wrote a book, ‘Silencing Science’, which discusses the problems facing scientists with difficult news to share. This is a long talk, but a fascinating one, so lets crack into it. Condensed animated version here: https://www.youtube.com/watc ...…
 
Spotlight - 3rd October 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 26th September 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 19th September 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 12th September 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 5th September 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
(Note: scroll to the bottom for the podcast episode. You can get to the ‘Imagine My Relief’ podcast with Spotify or using iTunes search) http://www.revoltwellington.co.nz/ Two things convinced me back in 2016 that NZ was headed in the wrong direction on climate change: the abandonment of the Trolley buses and the revert of the rail freight traf ...…
 
Spotlight - 29th August 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 22nd August 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 15th August 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight Lorient Special - 8th August 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 1st August 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 25th July 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Rosemary was born at 316.38 ppm atmospheric carbon. There is a saying in Taranaki. If you can’t see the mountain, its probably raining. If you can, its going to rain. Dairy country. Milking cows requires a phemonenal amount of water. To milk cows in the dry and porous soils of the Mackenzie requires the continual extraction of water from the wa ...…
 
Spotlight - 18th July 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 11th July 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 4th July 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 27th June 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 20th June 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 13th June 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Abbie Jury and Fiona Clark live in the Tikorangi, Taranaki. Their story will probably surprise you. The arguments that a reduction of extraction here will cause an increase in emissions elsewhere implies that practices locally are somehow cleaner. Yet we frack, land farm, and have open flare pits. It also seems likely that there is some deep we ...…
 
Spotlight - 6th June 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 30th May 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 23rd May 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Spotlight - 16th May 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Suzi Kerr, for Motu Economic and Public Policy Research. Photo credit: Stephen A’Court. COPYRIGHT ©Stephen A’Court Motu is a charitable trust, founded in 2000 with the aim of to promoting well informed and reasoned debate on public policy issues relevant to New Zealand decision making. The institute aims to be fully independent, with no express ...…
 
Spotlight - 9th May 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Kyle Buckingham has fast made a name for himself in the world of triathlon after winning Ironman Lake Placid 2014 in his first year as a pro and Ironmann Vineman in 2016. He still holds the Ironman Hawaii Age Group record with 8h37 set in 2013. After a disappointment in Kona last year (due to a mechanical issue on the bike), Kyle recently savou ...…
 
Spotlight - 2nd May 2018By sarahhendy@manxradio.com (Sarah Hendy).
 
Flora Duffy is on track to become one of the greatest triathletes of all time. Not only is she a two-times ITU World Triathlon Series champion, she also has four Xterra World titles, two ITU Cross Triathlon World Championships and a couple of weeks ago she added a Commonwealth gold medal to the list. Seems the only thing missing is an Olympic t ...…
 
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