RNZ: The 9th Floor
By Radio New Zealand
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What does leadership look like from the 9th Floor of the Beehive?
||CleanThe Book Launch - The 9th Floor||In this final, bonus podcast, join Helen Clark, Jim Bolger, Dame Jenny Shipley and Sir Geoffrey Palmer in conversation with Tim Watkin and Guyon Espiner, as we launch the book of the series, The 9th Floor.||5 10 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Commander - Helen Clark||In part five of The 9th Floor, Guyon Espiner talks to Helen Clark about her three terms in power as she sought to draw a line under Rogernomics, unleash new social reforms and rethink New Zealand's place in the world.||4 5 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Challenger - Jenny Shipley||In part four, Guyon Espiner talks to Dame Jenny Shipley about being the first woman on the 9th Floor, plus coups and coalitions, welfare reform and Winston Peters. And, above all, her commitment to change.||27 4 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Negotiator - Jim Bolger||In part three of The 9th Floor, Guyon Espiner talks to Jim Bolger, who steered New Zealand through a turbulent seven years that saw more economic upheaval, a resetting of race relations and the arrival of MMP.||20 4 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Trader - Mike Moore||In part two of The 9th Floor, Guyon Espiner talks to Mike Moore about his short stint as Prime Minister in 1990, followed by his miraculous near-comeback in 1993.||12 4 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Reformer - Geoffrey Palmer||In The 9th Floor, a landmark new series for RNZ, Guyon Espiner talks to five former NZ Prime Ministers, starting with reforming lawmaker Sir Geoffrey Palmer, who became our 33rd PM in 1989.||6 4 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
Interesting to hear how brutal politics can be from a personal perspective.
More quality content like this and media watch ect please
Such an important contemporary resource, how can we possible move on and truly prosper unless we know where we've come from