Episode 2.24: Discourse Daze

Special guest: we speak with Kiel McNaughton, Auckland-based filmmaker and TV producer/director (and formerly Scotty from Shortland St *swoon*) about his great new online only TV show Auckland Daze — this will probably only work from within NZ, very sorry international listeners.

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Recorded live in front of a rowdy online audience on mixlr.com, which is so amazingly better than uStream that we can’t believe it.

Discourse XL

Do you prefer longer episodes? If so, once you’ve finished listening to this episode, you should listen to Discourse XL, the episode 24 overflow show.

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