Lauren Tennent goes to work at Peoples Coffee and she also goes regularly to prison, as it is part of her job to teach women inmates at Arohata how to make good coffee. In this interview find out why this young lady loves this part of her job and the reason why Peoples Coffee want to be aligned with a prison.
Ali was lucky enough to be joined by Nikki and Pam from the Nature Through Arts Collective who we first met in September last year when they were gearing up to launch their 100 Days Creative Challenge. It’s now finished and they’ll be exhibiting the outcomes of the project at Arts Space, 17 Tory Street between 17-23 March.
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This week on B-Side Stories we were joined by Abby and Bella from Saving 2050, the wonderful Wellington organisation promoting environmental, animal and human friendly recipes to help New Zealand achieve it’s target of halving our greenhouse emissions by 2050. Join us for the tastiest revolution you’ve ever known!
Does it feel like every second person you know is now keeping a hive? Cenna Lloyd is beekeeper for her own business Local Flavour Honey and also helps everyone else to keep their bees too. So why is Wellington becoming a mecca for bees, and why would urban honey be better?
Laura spoke with Poetry in Motion, an inclusive group that aims to raise the profile of spoken word poetry, and challenge people’s notions of what poetry is and can be!
Michael Howard, Simone Bensthrop, and Travis Cottreau joined us to chat and performed some of their own original work.