Saturday 20 March 2010, with Mark Cubey
NZ Radio Awards winner 2011, 2012, 2013: Best Daily or Weekly Series (one hour or more duration)
Daryl Copeland - guerilla diplomacy ( 26′ 57″ )
08:15 Daryl Copeland is an analyst, writer and educator on international policy, global issues, diplomacy and public management. He is research fellow at the University of Southern California's Centre on Public Diplomacy and senior fellow at the University of Toronto's Munk Centre for International Studies.
Peter Sutton ( 17′ 22″ )
08:45 Australian social anthropologist and linguist. Dr Sutton is Senior Research Fellow at the University of Adelaide and the South Australian Museum.
Chris Chitty ( 33′ 43″ )
09:05 Chris Chitty is Technician and Senior Tutor at the School of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Massey University Albany.
Bobo Pani ( 14′ 03″ )
09:45 Sardinian-born choreographer is currently touring production Good Morning Mr Gershwin.
Playing favourites with Chris Parry ( 36′ 51″ )
10:05 Chris drummed for the Fourmyula in the 60's and went on to help launch the careers of the Jam, the Cure and other bands.
Lyle Lovett ( 23′ 45″ )
11:05 Texan musician, Lyle Lovett is soon to perform on these shores.
Frisky and Mannish ( 13′ 16″ )
11:35 Also known as Laura Corcoran and Matthew Jones. Two talented performers from the UK, performing at this years International Arts Festival.
Hadyn Green ( 8′ 04″ )
11:50 Sports blogger Hydan Green talks cricket, football and the Mexican wave.
guest host while Kim Hill is unwell
Guest details for Saturday Morning 20 March 2010
8:15 Daryl Copeland: guerilla diplomacy
Daryl Copeland is an analyst, writer and educator on international policy, global issues, diplomacy and public management. He is research fellow at the University of Southern California's Center on Public Diplomacy and senior fellow at the University of Toronto's Munk Centre for International Studies. He served as a Canadian diplomat from 1981-2009, with postings in Thailand, Ethiopia, New Zealand, and Malaysia. He is visiting New Zealand as a guest of the New Zealand Institute of International Affairs to give a series of talks about his book, Guerrilla Diplomacy: Rethinking International Relations (Lynne Rienner Publishers, ISBN: 978-1-58826-655-2).
8:35 Peter Sutton
Australian social anthropologist and linguist Dr Peter Sutton is Senior Research Fellow at the University of Adelaide and the South Australian Museum. He has worked on many Aboriginal land claims and is critical of the last 30 years of government policy towards indigenous Australians. He is visiting The University of Auckland as a guest of the School of Critical Studies in Education and the Department of Anthropology, and gives a symposium at the university on 19 March from 4:00pm, based on his book, The Politics of Suffering: Indigenous Australia and the End of the Liberal Consensus (Melbourne University Press, ISBN: 978-0-52285-636-1).
9:05 Chris Chitty
Chris Chitty is Technician and Senior Tutor at the School of Engineering & Advanced Technology, Massey University (Albany). He won a Best Visual Effects Oscar for the "robo-sheep" in the 1995 film Babe, developed by his design and technology company, Robotechnology, and can currently be seen onscreen as the "mad scientist" Dr Robotech in the TVNZ children's show Let's Get Inventing.
9:45 Bobo Pani
Sardinian-born choreographer Bobo Pani studied classical, contemporary, African and jazz dance as well as Argentinian tango before working in Italy and Canada. He has worked in France for Compagnie Montalvo-Hervieu since 1992, and is Artistic Assistant for their touring production of Good Morning Mr Gershwin, currently playing at the 2010 NZ International Arts Festival.
10:05 Playing Favourites with Chris Parry
Chris Parry was the drummer for pioneering 1960s New Zealand pop group The Fourmyula. After leaving the band in London, he took an A&R job at Polydor Records before leaving to sign The Cure to his own label, Fiction Records. The Fourmyula have reunited for two shows (Monte Cristo Room, Auckland, 18 March, and Expressions Arts Centre, Upper Hutt, 20 March) to celebrate the 40th anniversary of their hit song Nature, the release of definitive four-CD set The Complete Fourmyula (EMI), and the vinyl release of their "lost" 1970 album, Turn Your Back on the Wind.
11:05 Lyle Lovett
Texan singer-songwriter and actor Lyle Lovett has recorded 14 albums, most recently Natural Forces (Lost Highway Records). He visits Auckland with his Acoustic Group for one NZ concert (The Civic, 20 March); the start of his first-ever Australasian tour.
11:30 Frisky and Mannish
Felicity Fitz-Frisky (Laura Corcoran) and Hansel Amadeus Mannish (Matthew Jones) first performed together at a one-off charity appearance on Battersea Barge in the UK. Since then their subversive "school of pop" cabaret show has travelled to venues in New York, Berlin, and a sold-out season at Leicester Square Theatre, and wowed audiences at the Edinburgh Festival. Frisky and Mannish are currently playing at the 2010 NZ International Arts Festival.
11:45 Hadyn Green
Music played during the programme
Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu: Bapa
From the 2008 album: Gurrumul
Played at around 8:40
Kraftwerk: The Robots
The 2009 digital remaster featured on: The Mix
Played at around 9:06
Ella Fitzgerald: I Got Rhythm
From the 1959 album: Sings the George and Ira Gershwin Song Book
Played at around 9:40
The Fourmyula: Everything
From the 2010 release: The Complete Fourmyula
Played at around 10:06
The Clash: London Calling
The 1979 single from the double album: London Calling
Played at around 10:20
The Jam: In the City
The 1977 debut single from the album: In the City
Played at around 10:28
Siouxie + the Banshees: Hong Kong Garden
The 1978 debut single
Played at around 10:40
The Cure: Let's Go To Bed
The 1982 single from the 1983 compilation album: Japanese Whispers: The Cure Singles Nov 82:Nov 83
Played at around 10:48
The MC5: Kick out the Jams
From the live 1968 debut album: Kick Out the Jams
Played at around 10:58
Lyle Lovett: Natural Forces
From the 2009 album: Natural Forces
Played at around 11:04
Big Star: Thirteen
From their debut 1972 album: #1 Record
Played at around 11:48
Line producer: Sean McKenna
Wellington engineer: Phil Swallow
Auckland engineer: Jeremy Ansell
Christchurch engineer: Hamish Doake