Tag: Podcast

“How important is heritage preservation in our cities” Donovan Rypkema (President Of Heritage Strategies) Interviewed On R.N.Z. National Nine To Noon

"Donovan Rypkema is president of Heritage Strategies International, a Washington DC consulting firm. His book, "The Economics of Historic Preservation: A Community Leader's Guide" , is now in its third edition and his firm has had clients including the World Bank, the Inter American Development Bank, the Council of Europe and the United Nations Development Programme. He's in New Zealand as a guest of the Civic Trust Auckland." (Text from RNZ Website)
http://podcast.radionz.co.nz/ntn/ntn-20150313-0931-how_important_is_heritage_preservation_in_our_cities-048.mp3

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Sunday Morning @ RNZ National : “Oamaru – New Zealand’s Victorian Living Room” Author Paul Sorell Interview

"Victorian stone buildings are ubiquitous in this North Otago town, a contrast to the tide of timber found elsewhere. Author, Paul Sorrell on his new book, Oamaru - New Zealand's Victorian Living Room." (RNZ National Website)
http://podcast.radionz.co.nz/sun/sun-20140928-1040-paul_sorrell_-_oamaru-048.mp3

RNZ National’s Country Life features the Historic “Totara Estate”

Radionznational"New Zealand's first export shipment of mutton was slaughtered at Totara Estate and sent to Britain from Port Chalmers in 1882. "
RNZ National's Country Life podcast on Totara Estate. (A Heritage New Zealand Property)
Link to Podcast: http://podcast.radionz.co.nz/clife/clife-20140829-2129-totara_estate-048.mp3

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“HERITAGE GROUPS’ SHOCK AT CERA S38 FOR CPIT MEMORIAL HALL: HNZ Cat 2, CCC Gp3” Historic Places Media Release

HERITAGE GROUPS’ SHOCK AT CERA S38 FOR CPIT MEMORIAL HALL: HNZ Cat 2, CCC Gp3

Concerned citizens and Canterbury heritage groups including Historic Places Canterbury, IConIC and Civic Trust are appalled at the news that CERA has issued an s38 demolition order on the Christchurch Technical College (now CPIT) Memorial Hall at the request of CPIT.

This imposing building was opened in 1935 as a specially designed memorial to the supreme sacrifice made by 71 former pupils of the Technical College who were killed in World War 1. (more…)

“Govt delays RMA changes, makes them an election issue” Checkpoint (RNZ National) Reporting

Checkpoint (RNZ National) has the podcast of the following news item:
"The Government has shelved changes to the Resource Management Act until after the election having failed to get the backing of United Future and the Maori Party."
http://podcast.radionz.co.nz/ckpt/ckpt-20140519-1734-govt_delays_rma_changes_makes_them_an_election_issue-048.mp3
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“How tough should earthquake strengthening requirements be?” National Radio’s Nine To Noon Covers “Building Seismic Performance consultation”

Highly Recommended!

National Radio's Nine To Noon- Kathryn Ryan explores the  issues with panel of guests . The effects on  Heritage and character buildings were discussed.
http://podcast.radionz.co.nz/ntn/ntn-20130130-0925-how_tough_should_earthquake_strengthening_requirements_be-048.mp3

On the Panel were the following- (more…)

Heritage Podcasts @ Its Our City- A Site Worth Visiting

Bill Demeter's Plains FM show
Its Our City is where you will find thoughtful, one on one half hour interviews. Guests have included Anna Crighton [2x], Roger Sutton,
Peter Beaven, Gerard Smyth [When A City Falls ] The Wizard…
Whilst "Its Our City" does not concentrate on Heritage exclusively it is covered in the many of the interviews.

Lawyer Rachael Dunningham has an article posted titled CERA For Dummies

The podcasts of the interviews are available for download at Its Our City.