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Chris Walker talked to Rhiannon from Waiheke Library about their upcoming summer programme, previewed two council sponsored Christmas Events and replayed an interview with local historian Paul Monin about governnce on the island

Waiheke Radio broadcast live from the opening of the new Waiheke Librayr in July 2014. Chris Walker spoke to artist Kazu Nakagawa about his artwork gracing the external walls of the new building.

Some interviews from the archives this week: Historian Paul Monin talks about the release of his book Matiatia: Gateway To Waiheke; Artist Te Toi Rangiuaia (Paora) speaking at the WaiTalks event in May 2015; Katy Soljak plays live in the studio to mark the release of her latest album in 2013; and one year one […]

this was yet another interview with Dorte Wrah

David Basham talks to Rhiannon from Waiheke Library about One Book, One Island (00:00:44), author of the Falconer’s Daughter M.K. Ashworth (00:26:20), and Sarah from the SPCA (01:07:41)

Malcolm McMartin entertained a lively crowd at the library showcasing his primary school students playing all original songs that they’d written, produced and recorded over the past 3 months. The afternoon featured songs from CAT Rockers, Blood Brothers, and Fionn Lawley as well as a few numbers from Malcolm. Later in the hour an¬†interactive session […]

The Solomon Cole Band perform live at Waiheke Library on Sat 16 May 2015 as part of the library’s NZ Music Month live performance series.

A small group of instrumentalists from Waiheke High School, playing a variety of improvisational jazz, directed and joined by brass improv Pete Kelly.Recorded live at Waiheke Library on Sunday 10 May 2015, as part of the library’s NZ Music Month live performance series

Peter Forster presented an eclectic half hour of acoustic songs and sounds including native American flute, guitar and overtone singing. This performance was part of Waiheke Library’s NZ Music Month series of live performances by Waiheke Musicians. Recorded by Andy Lewis.

Bass, Decks, Digiredoo, Bongos and Brass isn’t your typical band line-up, but that’s what Deep House Brothers melded into a seamless hour long set at Waiheke Library on Sat 3 May 2015. The performance was part of Waiheke Linbrary’s programme of live musical performances by Waiheke musicians to mark NZ Music Month

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