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Wallace Chapman

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Wallace Chapman: 'I was on a walking stick for 10 years'

Eating Fried Chicken in the Shower

Broadcaster Wallace Chapman talks to host James Nokise about bad news, good men and the very best fried chicken. Produced by Charlie Bleakley.

43mins

6 Aug 2019

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Interview w/ Wallace Chapman - Lawrence Hamilton - Radio One 91fm

Radio One 91FM Dunedin

Interview w/ Wallace Chapman by Lawrence Hamilton on Radio One 91fm Dunedin

31 Jul 2016

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Wallace Chapman leads a panel discussion about war and violence

RNZ: Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum

Filmmaker Gaylene Preston, writer Nicky Hagar, Professor Kevin Clements (Foundation Chair of Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Otago) and RSA head Dr Stephen Clarke consider the place of conflict in our history and our consciousness with Wallace Chapman. A lively discussion of role of the gods Athena and Ares in our New Zealand history and culture.

53mins

22 Dec 2013

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Wallace Chapman leads a discussion about the oceans

RNZ: Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum

With the gods Poseidon and Tangaroa in mind, Wallace Chapman talks with marine scientists Dr Rochelle Constantine and Dr Tom Trnski, the musician Don McGlashan and the CEO of Sustainable Coastlines Sam Judd about the oceans which surround us. Among the many issues they traverse is the complex one of how we protect our marine reserves while still sustaining a fishing industry.

53mins

8 Dec 2013

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Wallace Chapman leads a discussion about the cost and future of intensive agriculture

RNZ: Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum

What would the harvest goddess Demeter make of intensive agriculture practices, increasing populations calling on decreasing food supplies and the acceleration with which the earth has warmed? Moderator Wallace Chapman puts this to his guests Professor Dame Anne Salmond, Professor Paul Tapsell, and Professor Michael Walker.

47mins

1 Dec 2013