In the first episode of Season 5 we debut our new 2 part format.
In Part 1 we have our first panel discussion featuring Professor Paul Spoonley and Verpal Singh on the possibility of turning part of Auckland’s Dominion Road into a Chinatown.
Sahar Lone attends the supercity hikoi to find out if representation for tangata whenua will also mean Asian ethnic minorities getting a say in local government. And our guest in the studio is the winner of the Commonwealth Best First Book Award; Mohammed Hanif for his book A Case Of Exploding Mangoes.
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