Saturday Morning Index

There are 2,634 audio items dating back to 06 Sep, 2003 in the Saturday Morning library.

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Saturday, 20 December 2014

Michele Rowe on community and volunteers, Love-Ese Chile on biodegradable plastics, Aroha Harris on Tangata Whenua, Mary Kisler on three London art exhibitions, Playing Favourites with actor Sarah Peirse, Kate De Goldi and Laura Kroetsch on their books of 2014.

Saturday, 13 December 2014

Marcus du Sautoy on maths and art, Nick Main and Alison McDiarmid on the Seachange plan for the Hauraki Gulf, Arthur Tompkins on Rose Valland, Playing Favourites with Greg Malcolm, musician Neneh Cherry, David Haywood on listeners’ energy questions.

Saturday, 6 December 2014

Eldon Tate on cleaning water, Karl Iremonger on fertility and stress, Jane Gleeson-White on accountancy and capital, Playing Favourites with Tom Scott, Yvonne Todd on psychological photography, Gregory O’Brien on New Zealand poetry in 2014.

Saturday, 29 November 2014

Andrew Roberts on Napoleon, Andreas Antonopoulos on bitcoin, John Darnielle of Mountain Goats on his new novel, Playing Favourites with theoretical chemist Peter Schwerdtfeger,  Andris Apse on photographing the South Island, Memet Bilgin Rigolo on his balancing act, Kate De Goldi on four children’s picture books.

Saturday, 22 November 2014

Eileen Ormsby on drugs and the dark net, Rob Fenwick on a predator-free New Zealand, Atul Gawande on  mortality, Art Crime with Arthur Tompkins: the Mona Lisa theft, Playing Favourites with Victoria Spackman, Jolisa Gracewood and Susana Andrew on non-fiction curation, musicians  Pauline Scanlon, Gerry Paul and Warren Maxwell on cross-cultural collaboration.

Saturday, 15 November 2014

Live from the Royal Opera House, Whanganui. Kim Hill talks to Mayor Annette Main and Marianne Archibald on the Smart 21 initiative, Tahu Kukutai on demography, Graeme Langford and Asadullah Rezaie on Cyclone Cindy, Martin Visser on social progress, Nancy Tuaine on the river and health, Eric Dorfman on museum and migration, Mike Dickison on moa bones, Errol Christensen and Oliver Howard on orchestra revuvenation, Katie Brown on glass, Paul Rayner on ceramics, Jack Mitchell-Anyon on underground music.

Saturday, 8 November 2014

Bill Reid on his helicopter dynasty, Doug Wilson on pharmaceuticals and children’s books, Thomas Buckley on insect evolution, Playing Favourites with writer Witi Ihimaera, Benjamin Wright on string arrangements, Stephen Mulqueen on poppies, war and peace, Kate Camp on Jane Austen’s classic novel Persuasion.

Saturday, 1 November 2014

Sir Peter Gluckman on obesity and health, Richard Louv on nature and children, Marieke Hardy on letters and women, the Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra on touring the world and their debut album, Steven Pinker on writing and style, David Haywood on solar photovoltaic energy (part 2).

Saturday, 25 October 2014

James Cameron on deep-sea filming, Tony Blakely on health in New Zealand, Lloyd Spencer Davis on penguins, guitar duo Mark Mazengarb and Loren Barrigar, Playing Favourites with writer/director Toa Fraser, Eddie Izzard on marathon standup, Gregory O’Brien on poetry about untimely deaths.

Saturday, 18 October 2014

Emma Marris on nature and cuisine,  Adura Onashile on Henrietta Lacks, Justin O’Sullivan on cellular organization, Arthur Tompkins on the Tissot painting theft, Playing Favourites with tramping authors Shaun Barnett and Chris Maclean, Damian Skinner on jewellery and makers, David Haywood on solar photovoltaic energy.

Saturday, 11 October 2014

Karen Armstrong on violence and religion, Natalie Jeremijenko on mixing art and science and reimagining environmentalism, Mary Kisler on the Light Show exhibition, musicians Dave Dobbyn and Don McGlashan, Kirsty Gunn on Katherine Mansfield and “home”, Martin Edmond on childhood, Hannah August on commemorating troop departures for WW1.

Saturday, 4 October 2014

Black cab driver David Ifill, Dr Jayant Pinto on smell and death, Helena Wiśniewska Brow on  Polish orphans in NZ, Matt Lambert of The Musket Room, Brooke Fraser on her new album, Stefan Collini on the future of universities, Uther Dean on his play about cuttlefish and soul.

Saturday, 27 September 2014

Classics professor Mary Beard on tackling misogyny and online trolls, actor/director Peter Mullan on Scotland, politics and anxiety, opera trio Sol3 Mio, Moana Maniapoto and Paddy Free on NZ and global culture, Tasmanian novelist Richard Flanagan, Gregory O’Brien on Maori poetry anthology Puna Wai Korero.

Saturday, 20 September 2014

Mark Cubey is guest host (Kim Hill is unwell). He speaks to Rollo Wenlock on startups in Tel Aviv, Jeffrey E. Stern on the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, Gayle Souter-Brown on healing landscapes, Rachel Dawick on 19th  century boundary riders, Art Crime with Arthur Tompkins: Sarajevo Haggadah, Karim Khan on active health and sports medicine,  Kate De Gold on two teenage novels.

Saturday, 13 September 2014

Margaret Lock on dementia and aging, Robin Scholes on equity crowdfunding, Paul Roberts on the impulse society, Peter Wilson on Duck, Death and the Tulip, Playing Favourites with the Topp Twins, Mohamed Ibrahim on telcos in Somalia, David Haywood on solar energy.

Saturday, 6 September 2014

Alan Cooper on exploring human history, teeth, microbiomes, and science research, Robin Robilliard on farming in Golden Bay, Laura O’Connell Rapira on ideas for change, Playing Favourites with playwright Arthur Meek, Lucy Sargisson on utopia, Kate De Goldi on three middle-reader children’s books.

Saturday, 30 August 2014

John Lanchester on speaking money, Stephen Nortcliff on soil and sanitation, Art with Mary Kisler: a restored Langot, Playing Favourites with  publisher Claire Murdoch, Michael Schmidt on the history of the novel, Amie Lightbourne on playing Ultimate.

Saturday, 23 August 2014

Helen Garner on murder and men,  Reed Kroloff on buildings and disasters, Classical Music with Davinia Caddy: symphonies, Playing Favourites with ocean explorers Steve and Riley Hathaway, William Kentridge on art, law, and apartheid, David Haywood on wave energy.

Saturday, 16 August 2014

David Carlson on oceans and climate, Dave Butler on wildlife sanctuaries, Alex Monro on paper history, Playing Favourites with Rhona Fraser, Nikolas Rose on cities, brains and  resilience, Art Crime with Arthur Tompkins: Egon Shiele’s Portrait of Wally

Saturday, 9 August 2014

Arthur Baysting on legalising marijuana, Gideon Lewis-Kraus on the history of autocorrect, Paul Roy on Filipino slum life, Charlotte Graham on the Edinburgh festivals, Playing Favourites with ethnomusicologist Jyoshna La Trobe, Thom Conroy on Ernst Dieffenbach, Gregory O’Brien on “difficult” poetry.

Saturday, 2 August 2014

Tim Keating on the NZDF and WW100, Paul Ramsay on beaver rewilding, Claire Hall on her oral history of the Vietnam War, Playing Favourites with musician and author Kristin Hersh, Hinemoana Baker on boys’ homes and her poems, Kate Camp on the classic WW1 memoir Storm of Steel.

Saturday, 26 July 2014

Kitty Green on feminism in Ukraine, Philip Hensher on his new novel, Phil Seddon on endangered species and de-extinction, Playing Favourites with Bob Harvey, Rolf de Heer on his film Charlie’s Country, David Haywood on marine energy.

Saturday, 19 July 2014

Alex Gibney on Lance Armstrong’s lies, Richard Bedford on our future New Zealand, Monica Dunford on physics and the Large Hadron Collider, Arthur Tompkins on the theft of Klimt’s portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer, Playing Favourites with journalist Charlotte Greenfield, James Lee Burke on his novels, oil and history, Kate De Goldi on children’s books.

Saturday, 12 July 2014

Elizabeth Pisani on Indonesia, Rachel Boynton on oil rush in Africa, Mary Kisler on the artists Pontormo and Rosso Fiorentino, Playing Favourites with taonga puoro musician Rob Thorne, Ruth Reichl on food and fiction, Vivian Chandra on the Net, tech and women.

Saturday, 5 July 2014

Derek Grzelewski on extreme New Zealand, Hazel Chapman on forests in Nigeria, Callum Christopher on taking Roskill to Brazil, Playing Favourites with Ian Jorgensen (Blink),  Nalini Singh on her fantasy and romance thrillers, Kate Camp on the classic novel For the Term of His Natural Life.