Saturday Morning with Kim Hill
Kim Hill reads messages from listeners to the Saturday Morning programme of 22 November 2014.
Pauline Scanlon, Gerry Paul, and Warren Maxwell
Gerry Paul, Warren Maxwell Acclaimed Irish singer, New Zealand international touring guitarist, and Trinity Roots frontman, who are joined by Irish musicians Alan Doherty and Tola Custy of Keeva, and other Trinity Roots members Rio Hemopo and Ben Lemi...
Jolisa Gracewood and Susana Andrew
Editors of Tell You What: 2015, a collection of some of the best recent New Zealand nonfiction writing.
Playing Favourites with Victoria Spackman
Chief executive and part owner of the screen production company Gibson Group, director of Screenrights in Australia, and chair for twelve years of BATS Theatre Limited.
Art Crime with Arthur Tompkins: Mona Lisa
District Court Judge, and member of Interpol's DNA Monitoring Expert Group, discussing the 1911 theft by Vincenzo Perugia of the Mona Lisa.
Atul Gawande: being mortal
American surgeon and writer, whose new book is Being Mortal: Illness, Medicine and What Matters in the End.
Rob Fenwick: pest control
Environmentalist, retired businessman, company director and co-founder of Living Earth, who was instrumental in the creation of the Predator Free New Zealand Trust, which unveiled the first stage of its vision at the A Place to Live conference in...
Eileen Ormsby: drugs and the dark net
Australian writer, journalist, and blogger of All Things Vice. Her new book, Silk Road, tells the story of the online drug cartel dubbed "the eBay of drugs".
Kim Hill reads text messages from listeners to the Saturday Morning programme.
Jack Mitchell-Anyon: underground music
Jack Mitchell-Anyon runs the music venue Space Monster, presenting a range of bands from Whanganui, nationwide and overseas on an irregular basis. The next concert will feature Delaney Davidson and his band (20 November)....
Paul and Mark Rayner: ceramics
Paul and Mark Rayner are ceramicists who have been exhibiting their own work, and that of other artists, for the past seven years at Rayner Brothers Gallery. Their final exhibition for the year, Double Vision, features over 40 artists and more than...
Katie Brown: glass
Katie Brown is a glass artist and co-director of Chronicle Glass Studio and Gallery, which occupies part of a 1912 building that was originally home to the city's newspaper. www.chronicleglass.co.nz/
Errol Christiansen and Oliver Howard: Wanganui Orchestra
Errol Christiansen has been involved since 2011 in the rejuvenation of the Wanganui Orchestra, a community group comprised of local musicians, which he conducts. The orchestra's leader, English violinist Oliver Howard, is a junior doctor in...
Mike Dickison: moa bones
Dr Mike Dickison is Curator of Natural History at the Whanganui Regional Museum. He will talk about the museum's moa collection and 3D scanning project, the illicit trade in moa bones, and the Wiki Wednesday project for updating Wanganui pages....
Eric Dorfman: museum and migration
Dr Eric Dorfman is the director of the Whanganui Regional Museum. http://www.wrm.org.nz/index.php?page=staff&contentid=3&catid=1
Nancy Tuaine is the chief executive of the Te Oranganui Iwi Health Authority, and a former member of the Whanganui River Maori Trust Board. http://www.teorangani.co.nz http://www.wrmtb.co.nz/
Martin Visser is a Whanganui City Councillor. He is developing a social progress and life-quality survey of New Zealand towns and cities, based on the Harvard work of Michael Porter, and is researching and sizing worldwide markets for biotech and...
Graeme Langford and Asadullah Rezaie
Graeme Langford is the Emergency Management Officer for the North Island at New Zealand Red Cross. He is running the incident management team and supervising volunteers for the "Cyclone Cindy" exercise taking place in and around Whanganui (including...
Tahu Kukutai: demography
Dr Tahu Kukutai is Senior Research Fellow the National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis - Te Runanga Tatari Tatauranga at the University of Waikato. She is one of the authors of the Royal Society demographic study, Te Pae Tawhiti (Our...
Annette Main and Marianne Archibald
Annette Main has been the Mayor of Whanganui since 2010 and is the Chair of the Whanganui Digital Leaders Forum. For the past three years, the city has been the first and only place in New Zealand to make the Smart21 list, organised by the Intelligent...
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