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24 May - 11:09 pm NZ
with Kim Hill
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8:15 Keith Yamashita
Keith Yamashita is chairman of SYPartners, co-founder of sister company Unstuck, and an author and essayist on leadership and design. For the past two decades, he has worked alongside CEOs and leadership teams at companies that include Apple, IBM, General Electric, Johnson & Johnson, eBay, and Nike. Last month, Keith was a keynote speaker at Design Your Future, the Better By Design CEO Summit 2012 in Auckland.
9:05 Mitchell Pham
Mitchell Pham came to New Zealand at the age of 13 as a refugee from Vietnam, and is now a business and social entrepreneur. He is a co-founder and director of technology group Augen, with companies in both New Zealand and Vietnam, and is a strategy and subject matter adviser and participant in a number of NZ-Asia government initiatives, industry trade missions, research projects, business engagements and public service initiatives. He is a member of the Action Asia Advisory Group of the Asia New Zealand Foundation, an Asia 21 Fellow and an Associate Fellow of the Asia Society, a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum, a board member of Refugee Services Aotearoa, and a trustee of the Auckland Refugee Family Trust.
10:05 Playing Favourites with Tom Scott
Tom Scott formed Auckland hip-hop crew HomeBrew in 2007 with Haz Huavi and Lui Gamaka. The group will release their debut double album on 4 May, and throw a 48-hour release party in an old brothel in Kingsland from 5-7 May. Tom has also recorded in collaboration with Lui Tuiasau, producing the @Peace album last year.
11:05 Damon Salesa
Professor Toeolesulusulu Damon Salesa graduated from the University of Oxford with a Doctor of Philosophy in modern history, the first Rhodes Scholar of Pacific descent. He has spent the last ten years at the University of Michigan, and returned to New Zealand as Associate Professor at the University of Auckland’s Centre for Pacific Studies. Earlier this month, Professor Salesa was a keynote speaker at the Growing Pacific Solutions for Our Families conference, focusing on mental health, addiction and disability issues for Pacific peoples.
11:45 Paul Ward
Paul Ward is a screenwriter, and the editor at NZ On Screen, the online repository of local television and film. The recent NZ On Screen collection Legendary NZ TV Moments has been very popular, and new collections of archive material will be launched for Anzac Day, and for New Zealand Music Month in May.
Playing Favourites with Tom Scott
From the 2011 album: @Peace
Played at around 10:05
The Beatles: Nowhere Man
From the 1965 album: Rubber Soul
Played at around 10:20
Little Feat: Willin’
From the 1972 album: Sailin’ Shoes
Played at around 10:30
Gil Scott-Heron: Give Her a Call
From the 1994 album: Spirits
Played at around 10:50
From the forthcoming 2012 double album: HomeBrew
(Young Gifted and Broke)
Played at around 11:05
Wellington engineer: Katrina Batten
Auckland engineer: Jeremy Ansell
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
Chairman of SYPartners, co-founder of Unstuck, author and essayist on leadership and design, and a keynote speaker at Design Your Future, the Better By Design CEO Summit 2012. (44′41″)
Business and social entrepreneur who co-founded technology group Augen, with companies in New Zealand and Vietnam, and contributes to many other organisations. (51′55″)
MC for Auckland hip-hop crew HomeBrew, who are about to release their debut double album, and one of the creators of last year's @Peace album. (42′00″)
Associate Professor at the University of Auckland's Centre for Pacific Studies, and keynote speaker at the Growing Pacific Solutions for Our Families conference, focusing on mental health, addiction and disability issues for Pacific peoples. (35′10″)
Editor at NZ On Screen, the online repository of local television and film which launched its popular Legendary NZ TV Moments collection recently, and has new ones coming up Anzac Day, and New Zealand Music Month. (15′04″)
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