Saturday Morning

Saturday 22 November 2014, with Kim Hill

NZ Radio Awards winner 2011, 2012, 2013: Best Daily or Weekly Series (one hour or more duration)

  • Eileen Ormsby: drugs and the dark net ( 28′ 32″ )

    08:15 Australian writer, journalist, and blogger of All Things Vice. Her new book, Silk Road, tells the story of the online drug cartel dubbed "the eBay of drugs".

  • Rob Fenwick: pest control ( 19′ 55″ )

    08:45 Environmentalist, retired businessman, company director and co-founder of Living Earth, who was instrumental in the creation of the Predator Free New Zealand Trust, which unveiled the first stage of its vision at the A Place to Live conference in Whanganui.

  • Atul Gawande: being mortal ( 42′ 52″ )

    09:05 American surgeon and writer, whose new book is Being Mortal: Illness, Medicine and What Matters in the End.

  • Art Crime with Arthur Tompkins: Mona Lisa ( 10′ 16″ )

    09:45 District Court Judge, and member of Interpol's DNA Monitoring Expert Group, discussing the 1911 theft by Vincenzo Perugia of the Mona Lisa.

  • Playing Favourites with Victoria Spackman ( 50′ 29″ )

    10:05 Chief executive and part owner of the screen production company Gibson Group, director of Screenrights in Australia, and chair for twelve years of BATS Theatre Limited.

  • Jolisa Gracewood and Susana Andrew ( 22′ 19″ )

    11:05 Editors of Tell You What: 2015, a collection of some of the best recent New Zealand non-fiction writing.

  • Pauline Scanlon, Gerry Paul, and Warren Maxwell ( 30′ 41″ )

    11:30 Acclaimed Irish singer Pauline Scanlon, New Zealand international touring guitarist Gerry Paul, and Trinity Roots frontman Warren Maxwell, who are joined by Irish musicians Alan Doherty and Tola Custy of Keeva, and other Trinity Roots members Rio Hemopo and Ben Lemi for the cross cultural project Motu :: Oileain.

  • Listener Feedback ( 3′ 49″ )

    11:55 Kim Hill reads messages from listeners to the Saturday Morning programme of 22 November 2014.

EileenOrmsby jpg8:15 Eileen Ormsby

Eileen Ormsby is an Australian writer, journalist, sometimes travel hacker, and blogger of All Things Vice. Her new book, Silk Road (Macmillan Australia, ISBN: 9781742614090), tells the story of the online drug cartel dubbed “the eBay of drugs”. Orsmby was recently in Portugal presenting on drugs and the internet to a conference run by the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.

Photo by Philip Gao Photography

8:45 Rob Fenwick

Rob Fenwick is an environmentalist, retired businessman and company director. He co-founded Living Earth the country's main metropolitan compost producer and campaigned for waste reduction legislation which resulted in the Waste Minimisation Act, and has been chair of the Government's waste advisory board since its inception. He co-founded and led the Progressive Green Party and later the BlueGreens movement in the National Party. He's been chair of Antarctica NZ since 2008 and established the Antarctic Research Institute for climate change science after securing a five million dollar grant from philanthropist Julian Robinson. He is chairman of Save the Kiwi Trust; an advisor to the Dept of Conservation and was instrumental in the creation of the Predator Free New Zealand Trust, which unveiled the first stage of its vision at the A Place to Live conference in Whanganui earlier this week.

Atul Gawande Credit Tim Llewellyn9:05 Atul Gawande

Surgeon and writer Atul Gawande is a surgeon at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, a professor at Harvard Medical School, director of health system innovation centre Ariadne Labs, chairman of safe surgery nonprofit Lifebox, a staff writer for The New Yorker, and author of three best-selling books. His new book is Being Mortal: Illness, Medicine and What Matters in the End (Profile, ISBN: 978-1781253946).
(Also listen to Atul Gawande's interview with Kim Hill from 2012.)

Photo by Tim Llewellan

mona lisa

9:45 Art Crime with Arthur Tompkins

Arthur Tompkins is a District Court Judge, and member of Interpol’s DNA Monitoring Expert Group. He has a special interest in crimes involving artistic masterpieces, and will discuss the 1911 theft by Vincenzo Perugia of the Mona Lisa.

 

 

 

 

Victoria Spackman photo10:05 Playing Favourites with Victoria Spackman

Victoria Spackman is an owner, and chief executive, of the screen production company Gibson Group. She is a director of Screenrights in Australia, and has served six years on the board of the Screen Production and Development Association. She has been chair for twelve years of BATS Theatre Limited; the Wellington theatre reopens its Kent Terrace space this weekend after extensive renovation.

 

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11:05 Jolisa Gracewood and Susanna Andrew

Jolisa Gracewood is a writer, editor and reviewer. Susanna Andrew is the books editor of Metro magazine. They are the editors of Tell You What: 2015 (Auckland University Press, ISBN: 978-1-869408244), a collection of some of the best recent New Zealand nonfiction writing. It will have its Wellington launch, with tag-team readings from the editors and Elizabeth Knox, Giovanni Tiso, Sarah Bainbridge, Tina Makereti and others, on 22 November at Moon (Riddiford St, Newtown).

Photo by Marti Friedlander

11:30 Pauline Scanlon, Gerry Paul and Warren Maxwell

Pauline Scanlon (of Lumiere) is an acclaimed Irish singer. New Zealand international touring guitarist and connector Gerry Paul plays in musical trio Keeva with Irish musicians Alan Doherty (flute) and Tola Custy (fiddle). They will all join Trinity Roots (Warren Maxwell, Rio Hemopo, Ben Lemi) for the cross cultural project Motu :: Oileain, with shows in Paraparaumu (22 November) and Wellington (23 November), before Pauline Scanlon and Keeva tour to New Plymouth (26 November), Auckland (27 November), Raglan (28 November) and Hastings (29 November). NB. An extra Wellington show at San Fran with Trinity Roots has been added for 30 November.

This Saturday’s team:

Producer: Mark Cubey
Wellington engineer: Carol Jones
Research by Anne Buchanan, Infofind

Playlist

Tuck & Patti: Time After Time
From the 1988 album: Tears of Joy
(Windham Hill)
Played at around 10:20

Supergroove: Can't Get Enough
The 1994 single from the album: Traction
(BMG)
Played at around 10:25

Indigo Girls: Get Out the Map
From the 1997 album: Shaming of the Sun
(Epic)
Played at around 10:40

Lyle Lovett: That's Right (You're Not from Texas)
From the 1996 album: The Road to Ensenada
(Curb/MCA)
Played at around 10:55

Lumiere: The Silver Tassie
From the 2013 album: My Dearest Dear
(IRL)
Played at around 11:30

Aldoc: Elephant Movement
From the 2014 album: From Tallaght to Halle
(Aldoc Records)
Played at around 11:45