Saturday Morning with Kim Hill
Kate De Goldi and Laura Kroetsch12/19/14
Laura is the director of Adelaide Writers' Week; Kate is the author of a number of books. They discuss the year in publishing and their favourite reads of 2014.
Playing Favourites with Sarah Peirse
New Zealand actor and director currently appearing in the Sydney Theatre Company production of Switzerland, a new play by Joanna Murray-Smith about the writer Patricia Highsmith.
Art with Mary Kisler: three London shows
Senior Curator, Mackelvie Collection, International Art, at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, discussing three recent exhibitions in London by Rembrandt, Turner and Anselm Kiefer.
Aroha Harris: Tangata Whenua
Member of the Waitangi Tribunal, lecturer in history at the University of Auckland, and co-author with Judith Binney and Atholl Anderson of Tangata Whenua: An Illustrated History.
Love-Ese Chile: biodegradable plastics
New Zealand graduate student working with Professor Parisa Mehrkhodavandi in the Department of Chemistry at the University of British Columbia, researching biodegradable plastics.
Michele Rowe: community and volunteering
Community volunteer in the Wellington suburb of Newlands, who works particularly with the elderly, and low-risk offenders from the Corrections Department.
Listener Feedback to 13 December 2014
Kim Hill reads messages from listeners to the Saturday Morning programme of 13 December 2014.
Energy with David Haywood: more on solar
Dunsandel engineer, concluding his discussion of solar photovoltaic energy, and answering questions from listeners.
Neneh Cherry: musical grandmother
Singer and songwriter achieved worldwide success in 1989 with the album Raw Like Sushi and this year released her first solo album in 18 years, Blank Project. She will visit here in 2015 for concerts in Wellington and at the Auckland Festival....
Playing Favourites with Greg Malcolm
Composer, improviser and sound artist who has been hailed as one of the world's most unique guitarists, who is touring a show of Ivor Cutler songs. [participants] Kim Hill, Greg Malcolm
Art Crimes with Arthur Tompkins : Rose Valland
District Court Judge, and member of Interpol's DNA Monitoring Expert Group with a special interest in crimes involving artistic masterpieces, discussing Rose Valland, the most decorated woman in French military history. [participants] Kim Hill, Arthur...
Alison McDiarmid : gulf history
Principal Scientist, Marine Ecology, at NIWA Taihoro Nukurangi, and is one of the scientist advisors to the Sea Change Stakeholder Working Group [participants] Kim Hill, Alison McDiarmid
Nick Main: sea change in the gulf
Chair of Sea Change Tai Timu Tai Pari, a partnership led by mana whenua and central and local government to create a marine spatial plan for the Hauraki Gulf by June 2015. [participants] Kim Hill, Nick Main
Marcus du Sautoy : maths and art
Simonyi Professor for the Public Understanding of Science and Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford, and author, who is visiting New Zealand as 2014 Distinguished Speaker for the Royal Society. [participants] Kim Hill, Marcus du Sautoy
Listener Feedback to Saturday 6 December
Kim Hill reads messages from listeners to the Saturday Morning programme of 6 December 2014.
Poetry 2014 with Gregory O'Brien
Poet, painter, curator and writer discussing the highlights in New Zealand poetry for 2014. [participants] Kim Hill, Gregory O'Brien
Yvonne Todd : psychological photography
Auckland photographer whose new exhibition of 150 images made since the 1990s, Creamy Psychology, is the largest to be shown at City Gallery Wellington, accompanied by an illustrated book of the same title. [participants] Kim Hill, Yvonne Todd
Jane Gleeson-White : accountancy and capitals
Australian author of the prize-winning 2011 book Double Entry: How the Merchants of Venice Shaped the Modern World, and new book Six Capitals: the Revolution Capitalism Has to Have - or Can Accountants Save the Planet? [participants] Kim Hill, Jane...
Karl Iremonger : fertility and stress
Principal Investigator at the Centre for Neuroendocrinology in the Department of Physiology at the University of Otago and winner of the 2014 Prime Minister's MacDiarmid Emerging Scientist Prize for work on fertility circuits in the brain....
Eldon Tate: cleaning water
PhD student at Victoria University of Wellington, and AMP National Scholarship recipient who aims to create a solar-powered water treatment system using unique nano-composite materials to generate clean drinking water. [topics ]health, science,...
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