Sunday, 8 May 2011
Sir Paul Reeves
Influential Kiwis talk about their Influences
An occasional series where prominent New Zealanders talk about the individuals, writers and thinkers who have shaped their outlook on the world.
11:05 AM. In August 2011 Sir Paul Reeves (1932 - 2011) was given a truly memorable send-off at a state funeral in Auckland. His was an extraordinary life by any standards. Ordained a deacon in 1958, Sir Paul went on to become a bishop, Archbishop and then Governor General. In May 2011 Chris Laidlaw spoke to Sir Paul about his life and influences. From the Ideas collection: Influential Kiwis talk about their Influences