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Sunday, Midday - 4pm
12:43 Television and film producer Philly de Lacey
We talk to the executive producer of the highly regarded TV film Siege, Philly de Lacey (right), and wonder if there's a lesson there for our feature film industry.
12:48 The Frankfurt Book Fair
After months of gushing talk about New Zealand making the most of its time as the Frankfurt Book Fair's country of honour, there are questions being raised over the way writers have been selected to represent us.
1:10 At The Movies
The welcome return of the annual Film Festival.
1:31 Creative Soup Kitches
Visiting United States artist and Fullbright Fellow Brinkley Warren is a young man with big ideas who believes that the creative process can strengthen one’s identity, and aid in the process of personal transformation and growth. He’s in New Zealand until February 2013, and has seeded a project called Creative Soup Kitchens. He’s been working with members of Wellington’s homeless community, providing them with free art supplies and exploring their stories through art. Sonia Sly meets some of the artists involved in the project, and chats to Brinkley about the value of contribution and the need for social change.
Creative Soup Kitchen's Brinkley Warren (centre) showing off an artist's work and project coordinator Claire Baker.
1:41 The Quake Year
Christchurch writer Fiona Farrell offers revealing insights into life in the city after the earthquakes in her book of interviews called The Quake Year. Her interviewees reflect on the past and look to the future. The book is a Canterbury University Press publication.
1:55 Black Confetti
Kate Ward Smythe reviews Auckland Theatre Company's new production by award-winning playwright Eli Kent.
2:05 The Laugh Track
TV directors Thomas Robins and David Stubbs who created the Emmy award-winning Internet drama Reservoir Hill and are now about to reveal their first TV series, Girl Versus Boy.
Thomas Robins and David Stubbs.
2:26 Script to Screen
Sometimes coming second can be just as good as winning. When Wellington film maker Catherine Bisley missed out on this year's Script to Screen Scholarship, a special award was created just for her; a coveted spot as a production assistant with New York indie kings Killer Films. Justin Gregory went to see her at work.
Catherine Bisley on the set of ‘Kill Your Darlings’ in New York City.
2:38 Featured writer - Mike Nikolaidi
Mike Nikolaidi, journalist, arts administrator and now novelist. His book blending fact, fiction and memoir is called A Greek Trinity: Tales from the Book of Michael and is published by Steele Roberts.
2:50 Pop-up art galleries
Joey Vaessins is the young contemporary New Zealand art lover who's behind a pop-up art gallery idea to make the most of Auckland's empty buildings.
Uira by Israel Tangaroa Birch, laquer on steel 2012.
3:05 The Drama Hour
Another winning play from the New Shorts series, there's another 'best-of' Go Solo and more from The Gullibles.
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
Siege was a brilliant drama covering the notorious Jan Molenaar stand-off with the Napier police. Simon Morris spoke to Siege producer Philly De Lacey. (10′46″)
After months of gushing talk about New Zealand being the Frankfurt Book Fair's country of honour, there are questions being raised over how we're representing ourselves. (9′24″)
American Fullbright Fellow Brinkley Warren has started an art project working with Wellington's homeless community. (11′53″)
Christchurch writer Fiona Farrell offers revealing stories in her book of interviews called The Quake Year. (11′50″)
Kate Ward Smythe reviews the Auckland Theatre Company's new production, Black Confetti, by award winning playwright Eli Kent. (10′02″)
An internship with an American film company helps local director and Wellington film maker Catherine Bisley know what she doesn't want to do. (13′10″)
Today's featured writer is Mike Nicolaidi, journalist, arts administrator and now novelist. (10′30″)
Joey Vaessen - the young contemporary New Zealand art lover who's behind a pop-up art gallery idea to make the most of Auckland's empty spaces. (9′59″)
Produced by Simon Morris and Lynn Freeman
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