Friday 6 February 2009, with Bryan Crump
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8:10 AM.Lois Williams gives her introductory report from the Treaty Grounds.
8:15 AM.Retired Professor of Linguistics at the University of Canterbury discusses the origins of the New Zealand accent.
8:40 AM.Lt Col Patrick Butterworth of the NZDF based in Sinai, Egypt speaks about their plans for Waitangi Day.
8:50 AM.Anna Groot of KEA and Tama Kirikiri, Chairperson of Ngati Ranana speak about their celebrations in Shoreditch, East London.
9:10 AM.Eru Rerekura discusses events at Waitangi 2009 from a Maori perspective.
9:20 AM.Professor Morse of the University of Ottawa speaks about Canada and the government's relationship with indigenous people.
10:10 AM.Brent Edwards discusses Waitangi Day from a political perspective.
10:20 AM.Doctor Aroha Harris of Auckland University discusses the meaning of Waitangi Day as a national day.
10:35 AM.Christchurch Maori and folk fusion group Emeralds and Greenstone pop into the studio for a special Waitangi Day music session.
11:10 AM.A panel of three different visitors at Waitangi 2009 speak about their feelings on the day.
11:15 AM.Simon Acarapi is a Bolivian living in Hamilton who discusses the Latin American community there and plans for Waitangi Day.
11:20 AM.Al Pitcher is a stand-up comic who lives in Sweden and speaks about Waitangi Day and his UK tour.
11:30 AM.Poet and singer Hinemoana Baker speaks about her views on Waitangi Day and reads some of her latest poetry.
11:50 AM.Geoff Andrew speaks about how kiwis in the Big Apple will spend Waitangi Day.
11:55 AM.Sean McKenna visits the Pacifica 09 Festival which celebrates Pacific Island communities in New Zealand.
After 9, we go live to London and speak to ex-pats Anna Groot of KEA and Tama Kirikiri, Chairperson of Ngati Ranana at their Waitangi Day celebrations in Shoreditch, East London. Eru Rerekura updates us live from Waitangi and gives a Maori perspective to today's events. Then Professor Bradford W Morse of the University of Ottawa speaks about Canada and their government's relationship with indigenous peoples compared to New Zealand.
At 10, Radio New Zealand National political editor Brent Edwards discusses the political ramifications live from Waitangi. Dr Aroha Harris of the University of Auckland explores Waitangi Day and its status as a national day. And Christchurch group Emeralds and Greenstone call into the studio to play a beautiful mix of Maori and folk sounds.
From 11, a panel of visitors to the Waitangi site give their impressions and thoughts on the day. We also check in with the Latin American community in Hamilton who are celebrating with empanadas by the lake. Kiwi comic Al Pitcher tells us about his new UK tour and about doing stand-up in Sweden. Finally, Hinemoana Baker joins us for poetry and conversation including the differences between the English and Maori versions of the Treaty of Waitangi. Plus some Fred Dagg, underarm bowling and a tune or two by the Patea Maori Club.