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OLLIE NEAS

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Ollie is a law, politics and philosophy student who likes making movies. He is convinced his opus is already behind him, on VHS somewhere in a box behind the old fridge in his parents’ garage. He is a former editor of Salient Magazine.


Ollie is a law, politics and philosophy student who likes making movies. He is convinced his opus is already behind him, on VHS somewhere in a box behind the old fridge in his parents’ garage. He is a former editor of Salient Magazine.


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What it's really like to be a New Zealander in Australia

Five young New Zealanders lay down the truth about what it’s really like living across the ditch.

The legend of Rhythm and Vines

The Wireless headed along to R&V to hear from the artists, organisers, and revellers themselves.

Zane Lowe: 'Vocal and passionate about music'

The Wireless catches up with DJ Zane Lowe before his set at Rhythm and Vines.

Zane Lowe at Rhythm and Vines

Zane Lowe sits down with Molly McCarthy and Ollie Neas at Rhythm and Vines.

Broods' very big year

Awards, an EP and an album, a tour - it was a big 2014 for brother-and-sister band Broods.

Broods at Rhythm and Vines

The Wireless sits down with Broods' Georgia Nott to reflect on the band’s biggest year yet.

MØ at Rhythm and Vines

The Danish singer-songwriter MØ on New Zealand music, the Spice Girls, and what's in store for 2015.

A Little Faith: Meet the 'Nons'

In the fourth episode, we explore the growing group who describe themselves as non-religious.

A Little Faith: A fusion of two worlds

In the third episode, Ankit Patel talks about being a young Hindu in New Zealand.

A Little Faith: At the gurdwara

In the second episode, we visit a gurdwara, a Sikh place of worship, in Papatoetoe.

A Little Faith: Looking to Mecca

In the first episode, in A Little Faith, we talk to Hisham Zaoui, 28, about Islam.

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