Guest details for Saturday Morning 5 September 2009

8:15 Angela Kearney

Angela Kearney currently heads the UN Children's Fund post in Indonesia, has served with UNICEF in a number of postings including Angola and Afghanistan, and also seen service in Papua New Guinea, Sudan, Mozambique, Iraq, and Liberia. She spoke at the Pacific Trafficking in Persons Forum in Wellington (2-4 September).

8:40 Allan Pease

Allan Pease and his wife Barbara are successful relationship experts and best-selling authors. Their latest book is Why Men Want Sex & Women Need Love (Pease International, ISBN: 1-92081630-5).

9:05 Dana Beal

American social and political activist Dana Beal is a long-term activist in the Youth International Party, or Yippies, founded the Yipster Times, and in 1999 was the major organiser of the Global Million Marijuana March, now an annual event. He is a proponent of the use of the drug ibogaine as a treatment for cocaine and methamphetamine addiction, and is visiting New Zealand to speak at Ibogaine Forum: An Alternative Addiction Treatment, a free event at Otago University, from 5-6 September.

9:45 Leonhard Emmerling

Leonhard Emmerling is the director and curator of St Paul Street Gallery of AUT. He was the curator of the exhibition by Judy Millar at the Venice Biennale, one of two New Zealand contributions to the event, which runs until November 2009 and includes art from more than 90 countries.

10:05 Playing Favourites with Graham Reid

Journalist and critic Graham Reid writes extensively about music, travel and the arts, and runs the Elsewhere website. He won the Media Peace Award in 2003, and won the 2006 Whitcoulls Travel Book of the Year for his travel collection, Postcards from Elsewhere: Odd Destinations and Unusual Encounters (Random House, ISBN: 1869417097). His recently published second travel book, The Idiot Boy Who Flew (Public Address Books, ISBN: 978-0-9864525-0-5), is into its second printing.

11:05 Gary Taylor

Dr Gary Taylor is a polyamorist. He is George Matthew Edgar Professor of English and directs the History of Text Technologies programme at Florida State University. He is the General Editor of the Oxford editions of Shakespeare's Complete Works (1986, 2005) and of the Collected Works of "our other Shakespeare", Thomas Middleton (2008), and has written many books, including Reinventing Shakespeare (1989) and Castration: an Abbreviated History of Western Manhood (2000).

11:45 Children's Books with Kate De Goldi

Kate De Goldi will discuss British illustrator Charles Keeping. His long career stretched from illustrations for the 1957 book The Silver Branch by Rosemary Sutcliff and the 1970 Greek myth collection The God Beneath the Sea, to his own titles, which included Charley, Charlotte and the Golden Canary (1967), Joseph's Yard (1969), Through the Window (1970), Wasteground Circus (1975), Cockney Ding Dong (1975), and Willie's Fire Engine (1980).

Music played on the programme

Meyer Hawthorne: Just Ain't Gonna Work Out
From the 2009 album: A Strange Arrangement
(Stones Throw/Rhythmethod)
Played at around 8:35

Marianne Dissard: Les Confettis
From the 2009 album: L'entrendeux
(Marianne Dissard)
Played at around 9:40

Playing Favourites with Graham Reid

The Beatles: And Your Bird Can Sing
From the 2009 remastered version of the 1966 album: Revolver
Played at around 10:10

The La De Das: Don't You Stand in My Way
The 1966 single from the 2003 compilation album: La De Das
Played at around 10:25

Burning Spear: I & I Survive
From the 1976 album: Garvey's Ghost
Played at around 10:40

Ornette Coleman: Healing the Feeling
From the 1988 album: Virgin Beauty
Played at around 10:55

Studio operators

Wellington engineer: Lianne Smith
Auckland engineer: Jeremy Ansell
Dunedin engineer: Rod Morgan