Lena is the Project Co-ordinator for The Wireless. Prior to joining Radio New Zealand and The Wireless, she worked in marketing as a video producer and campaign specialist. Lena trained as a classical pianist and loves Scandinavian crime dramas and well-tailored pants.
Content by Lena
Photo essay: Environmental impacts
New Zealand is world renowned for its natural environment, but will we keep it that way?
Lasers and planets, bacteriophages, e-therapy: showcasing the best of science and technology in New Zealand.
Free transport for students proposed by Greens
The Green Party has proposed to make off-peak public transport free for tertiary students.
Getting Home: Uber
Is the ride-sharing service Uber the way forward for transport, unfair competition for taxis, or unsafe for passengers?
Why Vote? panel discussion
The Wireless hosted a panel discussion looking at the value of your vote. Listen to the audio here.
City futures on film
Young filmmakers called on to help shape future of their city
Live panel discussion: Why Vote?
Join us in Auckland for a panel discussion on the value of your vote ahead of this year's election.
Getting a good soundbite
We ask vampires Vladislav and Viago some pointed questions at a press conference in "Vellington".
Rallies have been held across New Zealand in a show of solidarity for the 200 schoolgirls kidnapped by an Islamist militant group in Nigeria last month.
Tougher English requirements
Auckland University is doubling the English literacy entry standard for admission to undergraduate programmes.
Otago elections project
Otago University's politics students are breaking down old boundaries to involve themselves in this year's election
What renters should know about insurance
Cost, lack of information, or misunderstandings over coverage are among the main reasons young people don't have contents insurance policies of their own.
Are you suffering from art anxiety?
Jason Maling explores “art anxiety” and attempts to treat cultural malaise at City Gallery Wellington.
Broods: Going for gold
Meet Caleb and Georgia Nott, the talented brother and sister duo tipped as New Zealand's next big musical export.
Infographic: How a law is made
How does an idea that may have had its beginning on a political party conference floor, or on a public servant’s desk, become law?
Plain packaging bill passes first reading
The first step in a commitment to making New Zealand smokefree by 2025 passes with almost unanimous support.
More than a bit of a laugh
For some students, it’s not just having a roof over your head, but about creating a home with a personality.
Up close with Name UL
Name UL, a talented 17-year-old rapper, talks hip-hop, confidence and his new EP.
For years, advertising on the small screen has taken a punt at defining New Zealand identity.
David Dallas live
Who do you trust?
Comedian Rose Matafeo, Diane White of JustSpeak, Dr Anna Morrow and actor Cameron Jones talk about trust at our launch event.
Janine & The Mixtape
The Wireless Live: Randa
Who do you trust?
Celebrating the first two weeks of The Wireless.