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21 May - 10:51 pm NZ
with Kathryn Ryan
Monday to Friday, 9am - Midday
09:05 Wairarapa child abuse case report
Janice Adair, deputy manager investigations - IPCA.
09:25 Book chains Borders and Whitcoulls have been put under administration
Noel Waite, author of Books for a Nation: The Whitcoulls Story and senior lecturer in print and design culture at Otago University; and Graham Beattie, former publisher and bookseller, who writes Beatties Book Blog.
09:45 Asia correspondent Phil O'Sullivan
10:05 David Seidler - The King's Speech
David Seidler has an Academy Award nomination for best original screenplay for The King's Speech, earlier this week he won a BAFTA.
10:30 Book Review with Harry Broad
Fantastica: The World of Leo Bensemann by Peter Simpson
Published by Auckland University Press.
10:45 Reading: 'Res Publica' by Zireaux (Part 8 of 11)
Read by Stuart Devenie
A reading of the epic novel in verse by the poet Zireaux where Archady, a disenfranchised and disenchanted artist and husband, lays claim to a tiny island off the coast of New Zealand.
11:05 New Music with Sean McKenna
Album: Let England Shake
Song:The Words That Maketh Murder and The Colour of the EarthVideo:
Films shot by Seamus Murphy to accompany the album
11:30 Sports commentator Richard Boock
11:45 The Week That Was with Radar and Irene Pink
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
We talk to Janice Adair, deputy manager of the Independent Police Conduct Authority, about the situation. (16′36″)
The Borders and Whitcoulls bookstores are in voluntary administration. Otago University lecturer in print and design culture Noel Waite, and former publisher and bookseller Graham Beattie, share their thoughts. (17′22″)
Phil talks about the costs of living in some of the fastest growing cities in the world. (11′56″)
David Seidler is the screenplay writer of the BAFTA winning film The King's Speech. He has also been nominated for an Oscar. (35′28″)
Fantastica - The World of Leo Bensemann, written by Peter Simpson. Published by Auckland University Press. Reviewed by Harry Broad. (8′05″)
Listening to PJ Harvey, Barnaby Weir, and The Smith Westerns. (13′14″)
The lead up to the cricket world cup, in-game tweeting by players during matches, and drugs in cycling. (11′08″)
With Irene Pink and Te Radar. (9′05″)
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John Green is the best-selling author of young adult novels – his latest book The Fault in our Stars, about a teenage couple who meet at a cancer support group – has sold more than 270,000 copies and is being made into a movie. All together his books have sold more than 1.3 million copies worldwide. He and his brother Hank have had 200 million YouTube views of their Vlogbrothers channel weekly video exchanges to each other. The Green brothers have also launched 'CrashCourse'- an educational YouTube channel featuring teaching videos they've made on the sciences and humanities. John Green will tell Kathryn about his life as a “Professional Person of the Internet”.
Author Jeffrey Paparoa Holman delves into his father's wartime past and comes to terms with his own troubled relationship with him as told in his book The Lost Pilot: A Memoir. Later in life he began to ask questions that lead him into the heart of a troubled relationship with his father; into his past and his wartime marriage and to the names and faces of the six kamikaze who died that day.
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