About the show
Playing tracks by
Mark de Clive-Lowe, Manual Bundy and the Woodcut Crew, Run DMC, The Beastie Boys, Deep Purple and more.
"Urban Disturbance in Broadcasting House"
This documentary looks closely at the career of BBC Radio One presenter Zane Lowe and his challenge for the title of NZ's Most Successful Broadcaster.
Zane Lowe’s regular BBC evening show commands a loyal audience of more than two million listeners and he is heard around the world on a range of communication platforms: FM, DAB, UHF, Cable, Satellite Radio and, of course, the internet. His enthusiastic, knowledgeable interviewing style has gained respect from a diverse range of musicians, from Eminem to Sir Paul McCartney. But although his musical career is recognised back in NZ, many New Zealanders are unaware of the full extent of his broadcasting fame.
In Part One of "Urban Disturbance in Broadcasting House" - Broadcaster and media commentator Andrew Dubber reveals the start of Zane's journey by examining his early hip-hop roots in Auckland NZ as a rapper and producer.