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Does This Make My Arts Look Big

Here’s a series that treats you to a taste of happenings in the creative scene in and around Auckland. Listen to intriguing interviews served up with great music! It’s art at its bite-sized tastiest.  A varied menu of musicians, writers, bloggers, venues and their fascinations.


  • Producer / Presenter: Jo Holsted

    Jo graduated from AUT with a Communications degree majoring in Radio. She swiftly tossed her radio skills to the wind and spent the following five years mostly out of New Zealand. She has dabbled in play and script-writing, production work and kindergarten teaching and is now putting her radio and kindergarten skills to work as a radio producer and a mum.

Does This Make My Arts Look Big

Wednesday, 20 August, 2014

Kaea Karepa

DTMMALB catches up with talented singer/songwriter Kaea Karepa and Marcus Powell of Crescendo Trust, an organisation that fosters young up-and-coming talent.

Previous podcasts

  • Ruby Brunton

    • MONDAY 10/02/2014
    • Health

    Writer and performer Ruby Brunton returns from New York for the launch of "Beyond the Ohlala Mountains", a collection of poems by her father Alan Brunton.

  • Her Master's Voice - Nina Conti

    • MONDAY 4/11/2013
    • Health

    Comedian, ventriloquist and BAFTA nominee Nina Conti on her documentary Her Master's Voice.

  • Carnivorous Plant Society

    • TUESDAY 22/10/2013
    • Health

    The man behind the wonderful and intriguing band Carnivorous Plant Society, Finn Scholes, on music, giardia, and Dungeons and Dragons.

  • Murray Sheard - The Kitchen

    • FRIDAY 19/07/2013
    • Health

    Murray Sheard discusses the newly launched creative space "The Kitchen'. Aired 02 April 2012.

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