Saturday Morning with Kim Hill
Listener Feedback to Saturday 18 April 201504/17/15
Kim Hill reads messages from listeners to the Saturday Morning programme of 18 April
Henry Hargreaves: photos and food
New Zealand photographer who has created series re-creating of the last meals of Death Row criminals, backstage rider requests of rock musicians, and the food of doomsday preppers.
Warwick Holmes: comets, probes and space
Avionics engineer with the European Space Agency, which built and tested the Rosetta space craft that landed a robot on a comet in November 2014.
Playing Favourites with Timothy Hurd
National Carillonist of New Zealand, carillon architect, consultant, composer and musicologist, and singer with the Choir of Wellington Cathedral, and vocal ensemble The Tudor Consort.
Shakespeare with David Lawrence: Henry V
Director of Wellington theatre company The Bacchanals, discussing Shakespeare's last history play, Henry V.
Chris Pugsley: the scale of Gallipoli
Retired Lieutenant Colonel and military historian, who is lead advisor for the exhibition, Gallipoli: the Scale of Our War at Te Papa Tongarewa.
Rebecca Lawton: drought and ostrich thinking
Author, fluvial geologist, former whitewater guide and river ranger. She wrote about water issues in her home state of California in AEON magazine.
Andrew Keen: internet naysaying
Founder of Audiocafe.com in 1995, executive director of the Silicon Valley salon FutureCast, a Senior Fellow at CALinnovates, and author of The Internet is Not the Answer.
Listener Feedback to Saturday 11 April 2015
Kim Hill reads messages from listeners to the Saturday Morning programme of 11 April
Chris Pryor and Miriam Smith: social rugby
Auckland filmmakers who spent a year in Reporoa, Bay of Plenty, to film The Ground We Won, a candid portrait of a New Zealand provincial rugby team.
Alice Boyes : anxiety tools
Las Vegas-based New Zealander who writes for PsychologyToday.com, GOOD magazine, and is the emotions expert for Women's Health Australia. She is the author of The Anxiety Toolkit.
Playing Favorites with Mel Parsons
Singer and songwriter recently returned from tours of Canada and Australia, and embarking on a nationwide 22-date tour in support of her third album, Drylands.
Arapata Hakiwai : repatriating remains
Kaihautu at Te Papa Tongarewa, leading Matauranga Maori and the museum's engagement with iwi, and managing the Repatriation Programme responsible for the return of Maori and Moriori ancestral remains.
Kate Grenville : a mother's tale
Celebrated Australian writer, best known for her novel, The Secret River. Her new book is a non-fiction homage, One Life: My Mother's Story.
Esther Kaplan : workplace monitoring
Editor of the Investigative Fund at the Nation Institute, and writer of the cover story in the March issue of Harper's magazine, The Spy Who Fired Me, about workplace monitoring.
Ken Auletta : Google and the future
American journalist who has contributed to The New Yorker since 1977, and is the author of eleven books. He will visit New Zealand for the 2015 Auckland Writers Festival in May.
Listener Feedback to Saturday 4 April 2015
Kim Hill reads messages from listeners to the Saturday Morning programme of 4 April.
Lynsey Hayward, Mark Davey, Frantisek Riha-Scott:...
Auckland gynecologist Lynsey Hayward is incoming President of the International Urogynecological Association. Dr Mark Davey and Frantisek Riha-Scott met as alpine ski racers, pursued respective careers in urban planning and fashion design, and have...
Mike McWilliams: science past and future
Chief executive of GNS Science, which this week marked the 150th anniversary of its ancestor, the Geological Survey, the first New Zealand Government science entity.
Playing Favourites with Sam Neill
Executive producer and presenter of the documentary, Anzac: Tides of Blood, which explores his family's experience with war and the legacy of Anzac on both sides of the Tasman, which will premiere on Maori Television on Anzac Day.
- Wellington, New Zealand