Thur 18 Oct: Tame Iti's family; Suzanne Paul; Johnny Devlin
Tame Iti's Family
Is he a terrorist? We hear from Tame's son Toi and his wife Tipare.
From making millions, to filing for bankruptcy, such are the very public fortunes of Suzanne Paul. It's two years since the woman famous for selling products like natural glow promised to repay her creditors every single cent. They're still waiting and now she's being taken to court by her most recent employer, ADMAN. They say she walked out on her contract and owes them money. She says the company's at fault for failing to pay her what they should. Gill Higgins with the story of a woman who's fed up of being blamed.
These days 15,000 record sales is what it takes to make a hit single so how on earth did Johnny Devlin sell 100,000 copies of Lawdy Miss Clawdy back in 1958? It is New Zealand's biggest selling single a record that still stands 50 years later and now Johnny Devlin the godfather of NZ Rock and Roll is being honoured for his efforts. He'll receive the first ever legacy award at the New Zealand Music Awards on Thursday night. Meanwhile the song itself Lawdy Miss Clawdy gets a 2007 makeover from a new generation of hit makers. Sofia Wenborn meets the two Johnnies Shihad's, Jon Toogood, and the Satin Satan himself, Johnny Devlin.