Savage, who will be moving to 60 Cumulus stations and more than affiliates of Cumulus Media Networks in January for his new 3p-6p ET timeslot. Ultimately, what I think what is going to the lead the way back out of some of those low points is more compelling content. When you think of compelling content in talk radio, it tends to be the purview of people that are extremely smart, curious and intellectually adventurous…People that are not afraid to open up the aperture of their opinion and discussion and look at a lot of things that are right and wrong with our country and society, and be able to relate that in ways that are humorous, insightful, direct and thought provoking. There is a fine line between intellectual genius and craziness and Michael walks that line wonderfully—I say that with all due respect.
Programming[ edit ] National's weekday output between News updates are read live on the hour, and by a continuity announcer outside these times.
It has aired in the The programme consists of half-hourly news and weather updates, quarter-hourly headlines, interviews, voice reports and specialist bulletins.
It has an estimatedlisteners. Local newspaper headlines, traffic updates and business news air after 6. Co-hosts Guyon Espiner and Susie Ferguson interview news-makers, correspondents and reporters, and introduce voice reports from local staff, the BBCthe ABC and other international affiliates.
Nine to Noon[ edit ] Nine to Noon is a three-hour programme of interviews with newsmakers, reviewers, writers, artists, comedians, correspondents, experts, commentators and others. The programme is currently hosted by Kathryn Ryan.
The first hour of the programme features three long-form current affairs interviews, music and a foreign correspondent. The second hour includes a feature-length interview, a freelance book reviewer and a book reading.
The final hour includes a panel discussion, topical expert and a reviewer. The programme includes interviews with newsmakers, reviewers, scientists, celebrity commentators, artists and actors, live in-studio performances by bands and artists, and musical selections.
The timeslot previously featured The Best of Nine to Noon. It includes a six-minute general news bulletin, nine-minute further news bulletin, two-minute long-range weather forecast, ten-minute business bulletin, three-minute sports bulletin, eight-minute rural bulletin and sixteen-minute world news bulletin.
On public holidays and summer holidays, a half-hour programme includes news, weather and world news. National's magazine-style afternoon programme is hosted by Jesse Milligan. It includes a large component of audience comments and recommendations, as well as a daily theme hour.
It includes live interviews with newsmakers and correspondents on national and international news stories, as well as half-hourly news and weather updates and daily specialist segments.
First broadcast inthe programme is the longest-running news broadcast on radio or television in New Zealand. The programme includes six-minute news bulletins on the hour and six minute news and sports bulletins on the half hour. The first hour has a greater emphasis on domestic issues, the second hour has more of an international focus and the programme overall pays particular attention to political issues that have arisen during the day.
Presented by Bryan Crump since in the first three hours interviews with guests and regular commentators are intermingled with pre-recorded specialty programmes from RNZthe ABC in Australia and the BBC in the UKmusic and hourly news bulletins.
Since Crump has been the evening newsreader as a result of retrenchments. Mondays to Thursdays between The second is the News at 10, a fifteen-minute extended news bulletin starting at This is followed by Late Edition between Monday's programme emphasises world affairs and sports news.
The first hour features interviews with special guests and music. After Windows of the World, Crump holds a discussion on sports issues at RNZ News current affairs programme Insight begins In the final hour, Beale St Caravan, a live blues concert, follows the news at Tuesday's programme has an academic slant.
Tuesdays nights begin with half an hour of music and interviews followed by The Sampler, a new music review programme hosted by Nick Bollinger. After Windows on the World, Crump has a social sciences discussion with one of five specialists at An arts focus is evident throughout Wednesday's programme.
Music and interviews air until At the Movies, a long-running film review programme hosted by Simon Morris, at Theatre hour Curtain Call after Thursday evenings have a science theme Nights' Science. Music and interviews lead up the long-running Spectrum series, a documentary series about ordinary people in New Zealand.
After Windows of the World, Crump dedicates the The Music Mix, a programme about contemporary music, airs at Radio & Television Business Report. Premium Content. Michael Savage hosts national call on new time.
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