For our last episode of THE ASIAN RADIO SHOW, the team that puts the show together – host and producer Sapna Samant and producers/reporters, Thom Watts and Glynis Bartlam, reminisce over the best stories, panel discussions and interviews of the last five years.
One more year begins and we think we are lucky to be in the creative field and have work! A lot of creative minds out there have not been able to get projects off the ground and there is hardly any money going around. Here in New Zealand, government funding is constantly being reviewed-which is [...]Continue Reading →
THE ASIAN RADIO SHOW invites all New Zealanders to contribute 2-3 minute stories for the 2010 season running between 6th February and 12th June.
In the spirit of audience participation, interactivity and capacity building, THE ASIAN RADIO SHOW would like all New Zealanders, living in New Zealand and overseas, to send in stories [...]Continue Reading →
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