The second edition of the New Zealand Book Council's Talking Books is hosted by author Paula Morris and features poet and academic Selina Tusitala Marsh and reviewer, editor and poet Iain Sharp.
Paula Morris and her guests delve into the book voted 2015 Great Kiwi Classic Owls Do Cry by Janet Frame. They talk passionately about reading this 'multi-layered and complex' novel and explore what makes the book distinctive, relevant and 'classic'.
- Book Review with Vanda Symon Janet Frame: In Her Own Words, edited by Denis Harold and Pamela Gordon, and Rangitira by Paula Morris.
- Kate's Klassic: An Angel at My Table Kate Camp discusses Janet Frame's three volumes of autobiography, posthumously reprinted in 2008 as An Angel at My Table.
- Janet Frame's work, a new collection Kim Hill talks to Janet Frame's niece, Pamela Gordon, who has edited a new collection of short non-fiction and unseen material written by her aunt.
- Speirs - Three Poems of Janet Frame A 2001 performance by Pepe Becker (soprano) and Stroma, conducted by Hamish McKeich.
- Janet Frame Memorial Lectures on Radio New Zealand National
- Carrington reunion
- Porirua Ladies Ngaere and Rita - aged in their 80s - tour the Porirua Hospital Museum with curator Bruce Shepherd.