An Innovative driving tool developed by an Auckland couple is aimed at getting Maori and Pasifika drivers licenced by using an app, Luke caught up with Swanie Nelson.
Plus this week you're listening to George and ... Brett? Unicorns are definitely real, and Andrew does something weird while watching Netflix...
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Wellington was ranked first out of 47 cities in a newly published Quality of Life survey, which looked at factors like pollution, salaries, climate and house prices. Luke talked with Wellington's ambassador Simon Woolf.
It’s New Zealand Music Month, however every month is New Zealand Music Month on Homegrown, it’s what we do. Anyway, throughout May we are going to have some live music, some new artists and a touch of the classic with bites and songs from past episodes of Homegrown. This week on the show we have some live performances from new band Unwavering, we’ll catch up with Luke Thompson who is on tour in May and we take a trip down memory lane with Phil Joel.
Made with the help of NZ on Air, it’s Homegrown Saturdays Nights at 6 on Rhema.
Social isolation and loneliness in the elderly is a growing issue Luke talked with Sue Tilby the Manager of Age Concern in Nelson.
Adam Moriarty is the Digital Collections Information Manager from Auckland War Memorial Museum. Luke talked with him about their initiative to put natural science and human history artefacts onto the web.