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The G.I.S.T.

4pm - 6pm Sunday with Àniwa & Teah

The G.I.S.T.

The G.I.S.T. captures the nexus between Gender, Identity, Sexuality, and Technology. Using real stories from their peers, themselves, and checking in with the experts, Teah and Àniwa lead two hours of frank (but often entertaining) discussion around the politics of dating, our media saturated existence, mental health, and addiction. 

Get to the G.I.S.T of it with Àniwa and Teah, facilitating the crucial conversations for the young, curious, and experimental Generation Z.

SUNDAY 31ST MAY 2020
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SUNDAY 24TH MAY 2020
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SUNDAY 17TH MAY 2020
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SUNDAY 10TH MAY 2020
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SUNDAY 3RD MAY 2020
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SUNDAY 26TH APRIL 2020
The G.I.S.T: Teah and Àniwa discuss themes of isolation, alienation, and exile in their favourite literary texts.

Pandemic literature!

SUNDAY 19TH APRIL 2020
The G.I.S.T: #Podcast with Dr Wayne Hope prof of communications at AUT

#Podcast! Aniwa joins Dr Wayne Hope, Professor of Auckland university of technology’s school of communications, and regular media commentator, to discuss his article “Virality and globalization, the case of covid19.”

Global capitalism has ravaged our national economy in New Zealand, and now that covid19 has arrived, we are reaping the ramifications of 30 years of neoliberal policy in government and big business. What will we do next? And with clickbait news stories, rumour and misinformation regarding the covid19 crisis circulating through social media, what difficulties might this present in terms of public understanding?

Dr Wayne Hope and I discuss these questions, and more, tune in 20 minutes into this uploaded podcast for the interveiw. (Music before that).

SUNDAY 5TH APRIL 2020
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SUNDAY 29TH MARCH 2020
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SUNDAY 22ND MARCH 2020
The G.I.S.T.: Exclusive sit-down interveiw with Jess Thomson aka Maori Mermaid

Jess speaks about her experience at ‘Talanoa Mau - we need to talk | New Zealand festival of the arts’, ahead of her article on the subject: a searing critique on the colonial structure of the art world in Aotearoa New Zealand, and navigating that world as a Māori artist.

SUNDAY 15TH MARCH 2020
The G.I.S.T.: Podcast with "Sexwise" education-based theatre collective

Sexwise are an education based theatre group who bring theatre focused on sexual health to secondary schools across NZ. These practitioners are so conscious and empathetic around breaking stigmas and stereotypes that face rangatahi in NZ navigating sexuality and coming of age in Aotearoa. Thanks to @anicecupoftnz @aspasia_cassandra @julianchote and Evan for coming in and chatting with me about your mahi. And thank you @radioone91fm and @sean_norling for facilitating this crucial discussion.

SUNDAY 1ST MARCH 2020
The G.I.S.T: Omegle

Remember how we took off our shirts for men on Omegle and never talked about it again? // this episode of The G.I.S.T (gender/identity/sex/tech) explores the shadow realm of online chat rooms in its infancy. #nostalgia episode #early 2000’s

SUNDAY 23RD FEBRUARY 2020
The G.I.S.T: How Tumblr Raised me,

 #nostalgia episode #early 2000’s

SUNDAY 16TH FEBRUARY 2020
The G.I.S.T: interveiw with Artist Cath Cocker on running drag King in the 80's and the K rd scene

SUNDAY 9TH FEBRUARY 2020
The G.I.S.T: Doomsday preppers and Ghosts - Guest speaker in: Zoe Hayes

SUNDAY 2ND FEBRUARY 2020
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SATURDAY 25TH JANUARY 2020
The G.I.S.T: race, priviledge, trauma, and the "me too movement"

SUNDAY 15TH DECEMBER 2019
The G.I.S.T :Interveiw with Zoë Hayes on her work with ŌCASA (Ōtepoti Collective Against Sexual Abuse).

Àniwa will be speaking with Zoë Hayes on her work with ŌCASA (Ōtepoti Collective Against Sexual Abuse), a non-profit, community agency run by dedicated staff and volunteers who support survivors of sexual violence progress towards healing (formally known as RapeCrisis Dunedin).

SUNDAY 8TH DECEMBER 2019
The G.I.S.T: The self-deceptions of dating - flirting and socializing through an online prism

TUESDAY 12TH NOVEMBER 2019
The G.I.S.T: Teah talking about relationships, pleasure/pain cycles and attachment styles in Neuro-science

Can love and abuse co-exist?