Caption: Julia and Ingrid host the show while Lindsay and Stephanie manage the audio., Credit: Anthony Fleury
Image by: Anthony Fleury 
Julia and Ingrid host the show while Lindsay and Stephanie manage the audio. 

Sounds of New Zealand

From: WNJR
Series: WNJR in New Zealand 2011
Length: 59:45

Presentation and discussion of student documentaries, broadcast on WNJR 28 January 2011. Read the full description.

Nzshow28jan11_small Cultural Diversity and Radio in Aoteara/New Zealand is a January travel course at Washington & Jefferson College.  One of the graded assignments is a team project, a three to ten minute documentary about New Zealand.  The five projects for January 2011 are presented and discussed by the students in this program, hosted by Ingrid Wolfe and Julia Mclellan.

Projects:
Breakfast at Tiffanys, Liz Herb and Julia Mclellan
Because Kiwis are Craaazzy!, Courtney Schrock and Jo Chojecki
Give Blood Play Rugby, Liz Turcik and Ingrid Wolfe
NZ Ink, Lindsay Smith and Emily Couch
Outside Looking In, Eric Grygiel and Stephanie Schuette

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Also in the WNJR in New Zealand 2011 series

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My Moko (06:00)
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Military in NZ (02:22)
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Women's Health in the Pacific (02:40)
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What small steps Pacific Islander women are taking in New Zealand to spread the word of women's health.
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From Inception to Infinity (02:32)
From: WNJR

The struggles Maori students face in school and how Massey University helps these students reach their full potential.
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Why wear shoes in New Zealand?! (02:00)
From: WNJR

An interview on why some New Zealanders choose not to wear shoes in public.
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Cover Me Health Care (05:00)
From: WNJR

A mix of Kiwi and American perspective and views on the American health care system
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Flight of the Conchords: The Kiwi Opinion (03:49)
From: WNJR

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Hei Matua: A Pendant Known Across the World (04:00)
From: WNJR

My individual documentary made in New Zealand about fishhook necklaces. All story line and narration is 100% true.
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Aotearoa (04:09)
From: WNJR

I asked what does the term Aotearoa mean to you? I also included the explanation of the Maori term and the mythological story behind it.
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Outside Looking In (06:00)
From: WNJR

Documentary on the different global perspectives we experienced during our stay in NZ.

Piece Description

Cultural Diversity and Radio in Aoteara/New Zealand is a January travel course at Washington & Jefferson College.  One of the graded assignments is a team project, a three to ten minute documentary about New Zealand.  The five projects for January 2011 are presented and discussed by the students in this program, hosted by Ingrid Wolfe and Julia Mclellan.

Projects:
Breakfast at Tiffanys, Liz Herb and Julia Mclellan
Because Kiwis are Craaazzy!, Courtney Schrock and Jo Chojecki
Give Blood Play Rugby, Liz Turcik and Ingrid Wolfe
NZ Ink, Lindsay Smith and Emily Couch
Outside Looking In, Eric Grygiel and Stephanie Schuette