Tag: RNZ National

Andrew Colman Heritage New Zealand CE Interview On “Summer Times” RNZ National (RNZ National Podcast)

Lynne Freeman interviewed Andrew Colman on RNZ National "Summer Times".

"How is Heritage New Zealand planning to make best use of the 6.3 million dollars it received in last May's budget and is on top of the current operating funding of $13 million per year.
The new money's spread over four years, so it's a case of priorities for the organisation that's charged with protecting archaeological and heritage sites. We're joined by the Chief Executive of Heritage New Zealand, Andrew Coleman."

https://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/summer-days/audio/2018678335/heritage-nz

“Allan Matson: fighting facadism” Sunday Morning RNZ National Podcast

Allan Matson is the Chair of the Auckland Civic Trust and sits on the HPA Executive.

Allan Matson: fighting facadism Sunday Morning RNZ National

"Facadism in Auckland is getting under the collar of heritage expert Allan Matson. It's an architectural practice that took off in the 1980s - gutting old buildings and retaining their facade. The art deco Jean Batten building in Shortland Street is one example. Matson is president of the Civic Trust which seeks to preserve heritage buildings and was an elected member of the NZ Historic Places Trust Board (now Heritage NZ) from 2009-2014 and a long-time critic of facadism."

https://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/sunday/audio/2018674790/allan-matson-fighting-facadism

 

 

“Heartland heritage, buildings in the regions” Bill McKay Commentary On Nine to Noon RNZ National Podcast

"Heartland heritage, buildings in the regions"

https://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/ninetonoon/audio/2018660848/heartland-heritage-buildings-in-the-regions

"Bill McKay reports on our historic buildings and the character of our small regional towns facing multiple threats.

Bill McKay is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Architecture and Planning at the University of Auckland."

“On A Heritage Mission”- HNZ CEO Andrew Coleman Interviewed On RNZ Nine-To-Noon

On A Heritage Mission- HNZ CEO Andrew Coleman Interviewed On RNZ National Nine-To-Noon

"Andrew Coleman, chief executive of Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga talks to Nine to Noon about the importance of promoting the value of heritage to all Kiwis. ..."

http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/ninetonoon/audio/201841340/on-a-heritage-mission

 

Sign Of The Kiwi Re-opens- Media Coverage And CCC Statement Of Significance

The Press: Christchurch's Sign of the Kiwi reopens in time for 100th anniversary
http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/business/the-rebuild/88678352/christchurchs-sign-of-the-kiwi-reopens-in-time-for-100th-anniversary

Checkpoint RNZ: Sign of the Kiwi re-opens in Christchurch - locals delight
http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/checkpoint/audio/201830419/sign-of-the-kiwi-re-opens-in-christchurch-locals-delight

CCC Statement of Significance: (Taken from documentation of the The Proposed Christchurch Replacement District Plan)

DISTRICT PLAN – LISTED HERITAGE PLACE
HERITAGE ASSESSMENT
– STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE
SIGN OF THE KIWI - 1700, 2057, 2057R SUMMIT ROAD,
GOVERNORS BAY

The Sign of the Kiwi was constructed in 1916-1917 as one of a number of rest houses planned for the Summit Road scheme of Henry Ell. The great pre-occupation of Harry Ell, a politician and tenacious social and environmental campaigner, was the promotion of a summit road from Godley Head to Akaroa, providing public access to all parts of the Port Hills. (more…)

” ‘Can we save everything? Probably not.’ ” RNZ National News (Online Article And Podcast)

" Can we save everything? Probably not.' " RNZ National News
"As Christchurch celebrates Heritage Week, local heritage advocates warn people shouldn't assume the city's remaining heritage buildings are safe from demolition. ..."
http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/regional/287037/'can-we-save-everything-probably-not-'

"Heritage advocates warn Christchurch buildings still at risk" Morning Report RNZ National Podcast
http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/morningreport/audio/201774888/heritage-advocates-warn-christchurch-buildings-still-at-risk

“Historic churches at risk” Nine To Noon RNZ National Podcast

Radionznational"Churches around the country are shutting their doors as congregations and funds dwindle, and ageing buildings need seismic strengthening. St David's Presbyterian church in Khyber Pass, Auckland, closed last December, and faces possible demolition. Founder of the Friends of St David's Trust www.saintdavidsfriends.org.nz , Paul Baragwanath and the Chief Executive of Heritage New Zealand Bruce Chapman discuss the plight of many churches and the innovative ways some communities are going about saving them."
http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/ninetonoon/audio/201757017/historic-churches-at-risk

“Dame Ngaio Marsh heritage house reopened” Checkpoint (RNZ National)

RNZ: "Dame Ngaio Marsh heritage house reopened" : A room where critically acclaimed crime writer Dame Ngaio Marsh worked was reopened this morning after being flooded last month.
(Originally aired on Checkpoint, Wednesday 20 May 2015)
http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/checkpoint/audio/201755171/dame-ngaio-marsh-heritage-house-reopened

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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