Sunday Morning Index

There are 3,274 audio items dating back to 26 Jan, 1975 in the Sunday Morning library.

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Sunday, 6 September 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: Fossil Fuels – Necessity or Lethal Indulgence; 8:40 Denis Dwyer – Tom Ellison and the Silver Fern; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:37 Jason Eppink and Radha O’Meara -  Cats and the Internet; 10:06 Alison Parr – Remembering Christchurch; 10:22 Sarah Waters – Lesbian Fiction; 10:39 David Greig – Singing to the Choir; 11:05 Lesley Riddoch - The Corbyn Factor; 11:20 Jim Rader – Bernie Sanders; 10:40 Karen McMillan – Surviving Cancer

Sunday, 30 August 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: Dying for a Job; 8:40 Kendall Phillips – Triggering Memory; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 Jack Perkins – A Good Innings; 10:06 Ralph Chapman – Time of Useful Consciousness; 10:25 Michaela Burger and Greg Wain – The Little Sparrow; 10:45 Greig Fleming – China’s Market Troubles; 11:10 Orla Boylan and Stuart Maunder – Tosca; 11:25 Anthony Haas – Being Palangi; 11:45 Sonia Sly – NZ Fashion Week

Sunday, 23 August 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: The Rise of Phoenix Companies; 8:40 Guy Perry – City Health; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 John Pilger – Julian Assange; 10:06 Sy Montgomery – Octopus Love; 10:30 Tony Burton – Flag Fiend; 10:50 Liam Bowden – Deadly Ponies; 11:05 Ron Palenski – Heart of Rugby; 11:25 John Weir – Labour of Love for James K Baxter

Sunday, 16 August 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: State Housing and Oz Providers; 8:40 Peter Campbell – Cancer Genes and Treatment; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 Bridget Tunnicliffe – Netball World Cup; 9:45 Shanti Freed – Inflatable Art; 10:06 Harko Brown – Nga Taonga Takaro; 10:25 Ronnie Burkett – Puppet Cabaret; 11:05 Bill Bryson – A Walk on the Big Screen; 11:25 Liam Scarlett – Ballet’s Hot Property; 11:40 Greg Haver – David Bowie Is

Sunday, 9 August 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: Gay Rights Beyond Marriage; 8:40 Craig Sisterson – Kiwi Crime Writing; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 Bridget Tunnicliffe – Netball World Cup; 9.45 Manu Caddie – Confident Korero; 10:06 Tim Bevan – Everest; 10:30 Michael Lynagh – Rugby Legend; 11:05 Susan Guthrie & Jevan Goulter – Korerotia te Tiriti; 11.45 Gillian Armstrong – Hollywood Fashion

Sunday, 2 August 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: Mediterranean Rescue; 8:40 TPP; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:35 Ezekiel Raui – From the Wharekura to the White House; 9:45 Te Haumihiata Mason – New Words in Te Reo; 10:06 Paul Moon – Remarkable New Zealanders; 10:30 David Slack – Bullrush; 10:50 Deon Swiggs – Locally-led Recovery; 11:05 Rebecca Rasool – Intimates Interview; 11:20 Sarah Pressman – :) 11:45 Children’s Music Awards 2015

Sunday, 26 July 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: 8:40 Sean McKenna – Brazil: Beer, Beats and Corruption; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 Sarah Leberman – Smashing the Glass Ceiling; 10:06 Bianca Zander – The Author Down Under; 10:21 Tim Aspinall and Paul Hamilton - Margarine sculptures; 10:48 Otis Frizell – Un Chico Suerte; 11:05 Lucy Sussex - Crime Blockbuster; 11:35 Sam Brower - Prophet's Prey

Sunday, 19 July 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: Top Teachers – Divided Schools: 8:40 Kim Webby – The Price of Peace; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 Jeff Kelly Lowenstein – Digital Journalism; 10:07 Celia Hay – Land of the Long White Wine; 10:20  Flavio Vallani and Rebecca Tansley – Rachmaninoff; 10:35 Cynthia Enloe - Women and War; 11:05 Jane Kelsey – The Fire This Time; 11:41 Juan Cruz –Art Schools of the Future

Sunday, 12 July 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: Future Financial Stability; 8:40 Olivia Williams – The Manhattan Project; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 Ursula Rakova – Carteret Islanders Flee the Flood; 10:06 Greg McGee – The Antipodeans; 10:35 Saginaw Grant and Rick Mora – Native American Actors; 11:05 The Rainbow Warrior Bombing – Refraction and Reflection 30 Years On

Sunday, 5 July 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: Getting Real about Renting; 8:40 Maria Verivaki and Miranda Manasiadis – The Greek Referendum; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 Dudley Benson – Love Record to Our Land; 10:06 Craig Horrocks – World Press Photo Exhibition; 10:30 Tearepa Kahi – Romeo raua ko Hurieta; 11:05 Bunny McDiarmid – Life and Influences.

Sunday, 28 June 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: Democracy and Water Rights; 8:42  Anne Taylor – Nepal; 8:46 Alex Richter - Iceland's Geothermal Power House; 9:06 Mediawatch; 10:07 Ben Gleisner - Conscious Consumers; 10:22 Karl Iremonger - Brain Research; 10:43 Habiba Sarabi - Hope for Afghanistan; 11:06 Indigenous and Pacific Experiences in the First World War; 11:40 Candace Bushnell - New York and Sex in the City

Sunday, 21 June 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: Child Abuse or Big Brother?; 8:40 Brando Yelavich – Around the Coast; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 Toby Morris – Privilege Goes Viral; 10:06 Snooping on Jurors; 10:40 Jacob Tomuri – Stunt Man; 11:05 Ahi Karunaharan – The Mourning After; 11:30 Brin Jonathan Butler – Boxing and Castro

Sunday, 14 June 2015

7:08 Current affairs; 8:12 Insight - Tracking Aid in Nepal; 8:40 Kenia Serrano - Cuba in the 21st Century; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 Christy Martin and Guilio Sturla – Roots Restaurant: 10:06 Euthanasia - A panel discussion; 10:40 Jeffrey Smith - Zimbabwe; 11:05 Jacob Rajan - A Writer's Dairy; 11:35 Margaret Heffernan - Workplace Conflict

Sunday, 7 June 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: The Superannuation Conundrum; 8:40 Declan Greene – Eight Gigabytes of Hardcore Pornography; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 Ken Cosgrove – Political Marketing; 10:06 Renters – Society’s Second-class Citizens; 11:05 Christine Forster – Marriage Equality in Australia; 11:20 Bob Scott – Gay in the Church; 11:40 Danielle Moreau – Watching a Decades-old Soap Opera So You Don’t Have To

Sunday, 31 May 2015

7:08 Current affairs: The newly-elected male co-leader of the Green Party; journalist Jon Stephenson; Danish architect Henriette Vamberg; The Week in Parliament; 8:12 Insight; 8:40 Mick Chunn and Grace Brebner - Play it Strange; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 Nicky Hager - Venice Biennale; 10:06 Overland - Australian Literary Journal's NZ edition 11:05 Douglas McWilliams - The Flat White Economy; 11:45 James Griffin and Antonia Prebble - The Outrageous '70s

 

Sunday, 24 May 2015

7:08 Current affairs; 8:12 Insight - Cyclone Pam; 8:40 Budget 2015 - How do our Correspondents rate it? 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 Hamish Parkinson - Fly or Die; 10:06 Pras Michel - Sweet Micky; 10:40 Jose Da Silva - the art of David Lynch; 11:05 Irvin Mayfield - New Orleans Jazz; 11:30 Curt Tofteland - Shakespeare Behind Bars; 11:53 Eurovision - Down Under

Sunday, 17 May 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: The Promises of the Northland By-Election; 8:40 Leigh Goodmark – Domestic Violence and Restorative Justice; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 David Kilgour – Forced Organ Harvesting; 10:06 Mary Jordan and Kevin Sullivan – Cleveland Kidnappings; 10:25 Pre-Budget Panel; 11:05 Geoff Dyer – All At Sea; 11:25 David Walliams – Awful Adults

Sunday, 10 May 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: Can the Black Caps inspire a cricketing revival?; 8:40 Bob McKerrow – Recovery in Nepal; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 Everyday Racism; 10:06 Brian Ensor and Wendie Ayley – The Dying Room; 10:35 Samanth Subramanian – Sri Lanka After Civil War; 11:05 Amira Hass – Monitoring the Centres of Power; 11:45 Daniel Kinne – The Source of the Latte

Sunday, 3 May 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: New Zealand's Neglected Foetal Alcohol Problem; 8:40 Rongomai Bailey – The Closure of Aboriginal Communities; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 Katherine Barnes – The Sabotage Diaries; 9:50 Deborah Morris-Travers – A Push for the Rights of Children; 10:06 Alice Cooper – Welcome to my Conversion; 10:35 Jake Gorst – Life on Long Island; 11:05 Tim Winton – Australian Classic; 11:30 Ana Heremaia – ARCO Workshops; 11:45 Brent Edwards – Press Freedom

Sunday, 26 April 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: The Centenary of the Gallipoli Landings; 8:40 Nejat Kavvas – A Turkish view of Gallipoli; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 Andrew Dean – Ruth, Roger and Me; 10:06 Chris Walsh – Cowardice; 10:30 Xinran – One Child Policy; 11:05 Ben Okri – London to Lagos; 11:30 Rob McBride and Debbie Ryan – Stirring the Imagination

Sunday, 19 April 2015

Current Affairs; Insight: New Zealand’s Terrorist Threat; Sarah Godwin – Missing; Mediawatch;Laurie Benson – Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood; Paul Gringras – Kids Sleep Doctor; Tracy Clelland – Sexuality in Schools; Atul Gawande – Being Mortal; Joshua Fields Millburn – Less is More

Sunday, 12 April 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: Korea and the Free Trade Agreement; 8:40 Charles Montgomery – Urban Anxiety; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 Daphne Clair de Jong – Life of Romance; 10:06 Rochelle Rees – When your boyfriend is a spy; 10:20 Spying on ourselves – A panel discussion; 11:05 Paul Kelly performs live; 11:35 Jeremy Hansen and Richard Naish – Home of the Year

Sunday, 5 April 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: Demands for Elective Surgery; 8:40 Vona Groarke – X; 8:50 Trevor Noah – Daily Show; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 Alex Sarian – Creativity in the Classroom; 10:06 Amos Hausner – The Eichmann Trial; 10:30 Cardinal John Dew – Prayer and Protest; 11:05 Easter Service

Sunday, 29 March 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight:; 8:40 Gillian Mellsop – Barefoot social workers; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 Erin Smith – Growable Gown; 10:06 Rebecca Emery – Unfollow Me; 10:16 Spying – A panel discussion; 10:43 James Cox – A Canadian Perspective; 11:05 Sir Tipene O’Regan; 11:45 Herbie Hancock

Sunday, 22 March 2015

7:08 Current Affairs; 8:12 Insight: International students - boom or bubble?; 8:40 Melissa Williams – Migration Myths; 9:06 Mediawatch; 9:40 Mihaela Noroc - The Atlas of Beauty; 10:06 An Hour on Drugs; 11:05 Dav Pilkey – Captain Underpants; 11:30 Ed Byrne – Nerdy Guy

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