Saturday Morning

Saturday 14 January 2012, with Kim Hill

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

  • Rob Hamill: brother number one ( 41′ 27″ )

    Marathon rowing champion Rob Hamill features in Brother Number One, a documentary about the torture and murder of Rob's brother Kerry by the Khmer Rouge.

    From Saturday Morning on 02 Jul 2011

  • John Kendrick: bird watching ( 1h 3′ 09″ )

    Ornithologist for 85 years and recordist of many New Zealand bird calls, some of which are collected on a CD as part of the book, New Zealand Bird Calls.

    From Saturday Morning on 13 Aug 2011

  • Playing Favourites with Mary-Annette Hay ( 39′ 38″ )

    Promotions Officer for the New Zealand Wool Board between 1948 and 1965 who became known as the Queen of Wool.

    From Saturday Morning on 18 Jun 2011

Guest details for Saturday 14 January 2012

 

8:12 Rob Hamill: Brother No. 1

Marathon rowing champion Rob Hamill has won World Championship silver, Commonwealth gold and a world record on the indoor rowing machine. His book, The Naked Rower, tells how he and the late Phil Stubbs won the grueling and inaugural Atlantic Rowing Race in 41 days. He features in Brother Number One, a documentary by Annie Goldson about the torture and murder of Rob’s eldest brother Kerry by the Khmer Rouge in 1978, and Rob’s journey to Cambodia to find out what happened.
Interview from the programme of 2 July 2011

9:05 John Kendrick: birds

John Kendrick has been bird watching for 85 years. He was awarded the Forest & Bird Old Blue award in 2010 for services to conservation, especially his contribution to sound recording, and is still active in conservation in his local area of Waipu. With Geoff Moon, Lynnette Moon and Karen Baird, he is the author of New Zealand Bird Calls (New Holland, ISBN: 978-1-86966-310-0), which includes a CD of bird calls.
Interview from the programme of 13 August 2011

10:05 Playing Favourites with Mary Annette Hay

Mary-Annette Hay became known as the Queen of Wool while working as Promotions Officer for the New Zealand Wool Board between 1948 and 1965. A collection of her garments were displayed at Te Papa, and she is a supporter of the Campaign for Wool, a five-year global initiative that aims to bring wool back into fashion and to highlight its eco-friendly and durable benefits.
Interview from the programme of 18 June 2011

Music played on the programme

Alejandro Escovedo: Pale Blue Eyes
From the 1999 live album: Bourbonitis Blues
(Bloodshot)
Played at around 8:55

Dudley Benson: Pipi Manu E (Baby Birds)
From the 2010 album: Forest- Songs by Hirini Melbourne
(Golden Retreiver)
Played at around 9:55

The Silver Seas: What’s the Drawback?
From the 2011 album: Chateau Revenge!
(The Lights Label)
Played at around 10:55

Playing Favourites with Mary-Annette Hay

Glenn Miller and His Orchestra: In the Mood
The 1939 recording
(RCA Bluebird)
Played at around 1005

Daniel Adni (piano), with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Kenneth Alwyn: The Dream of Olwen
From the 1980 album: Warsaw Concerto
(EMI)
Played at around 10:25

Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Seiji Ozawa: Wedding March
From the 1994 album: Mendelssohn - A Midsummer Night’s Dream
(Deutsche Grammophon)
Played at around 10:40

Ashley Putnam and the Orchestra and Chorus of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, conducted by Sir Colin Davis: Quando me’n vo’ (Musetta's Waltz Song)
From the 1979 album: La Boheme
(Philips)
Played at around 10:50