Sunday 4 'til 8 for Sunday 13 May 2012
4:07 The Sunday Feature: Voyages in Time and Space
From a series of lectures from 2004 covering the broad themes related to the Transit of Venus - Pacific Voyaging and Navigation by Dr. Peter Adds - Maori studies, Victoria University of Wellington. Introduction by Dr. John Stenhouse.
5:12 Spiritual Outlook
Julianne Hickey grew up in Zimbabwe and says that although it was a place of beauty, it was also a place that broke her heart. She speaks to Sonia Yee about her role as the new Director for Caritas Aotearoa and how growing up in Zimbabwe has informed her life path.
5:36 Waiata – Maori Music
Eru Rerekura explores the world of Maori music, recalling conversations he recorded with some of the finest Maori musicians about their early influences, inspirations, and favourite songs.
Today's edition features singer-songwriter Warren Maxwell who's been part of Little Bushman, Fat Freddy's Drop, and Trinity Roots.
6:06 Te Ahi Kaa
Exploring issues and events from a tangata whenua perspective
7:06 One in Five
The issues and experience of disability.
Wendy Neilson is a lecturer in education from Waikato University, but her list of other activities leaves you breathless. Carol Stiles talks to her and to Anne Wilkinson the Chief executive officer of the organisation Parent to Parent
7:30 The Strand
A glimpse into the world of art, writing and books
The bestselling author Sapphire talks about her novel The Kid, the sequel to Push. And crimewriter Petros Markaris and singer-songwriter Kostis Maraveyas discuss how they and the city's artists and actors respond to the major challenges facing Greece.