Sunday Morning for Sunday 6 September 2009
Sunday for 6 September 2009
8:12 Insight: Waterfront Wars
Insight this morning looks at the on-going tussle over the development of the waterfronts in Auckland and Wellington. Can new buildings re-vitalise the areas or should open space be preserved for public access?
Written and presented by Eric Frykberg
Produced by Sue Ingram
8:40 Feature interview: Poland in Europe
Pawel Swieboda (left) is European in Residence with the New Zealand European Union Centres Network. He is a former Polish diplomat who left the service to set up his own think-tank on European and foreign policy, demosEUROPA - Centre for European Strategy, which has become a leading institution on the Warsaw political and diplomatic scene. He talks to Chris Laidlaw about upheavals in Polish history and where that country sees itself in modern Europe.
Mediawatch this week looks at a dramatic TV expose which brought a serious food safety issue to light, but also drew fire from journalists on a point of principle. Mediawatch also asks if Maori Television got the balance right when it screened a controversial documentary the Chinese government didn't want you to see this week - and after last week's report on the war against "going forward," we find that it's not only New Zealanders who want to drive that phrase out of the media for good.
Produced and presented by Colin Peacock and Jeremy Rose.
9:30 Feature interview: Vanguard Films - 30 years on
The founders of Vanguard Films are celebrating surviving three decades of political film-making. The independent company mostly makes documentaries. Its work includes the 1996 landmark film on the New Right - 'Someone Else's Country' and in 2005 'Sedition: The Suppression of Dissent in World War II New Zealand' which won the Media Peace Award. Alister Barry and Russell Campbell from the Vanguard collective talk to Chris Laidlaw about movie-making outside the mainstream.
Left: Wildcat poster
Right: Alister Barry and Russell Campbell shooting footage for Wildcat (1981)
The Vanguard Films retrospective screens at The Film Archive, Wellington, until September 12.
9:55 Notes from the South
In a week when schoolyard brawls are making the news, Dougal Stevenson recalls the enemy at the gate.
10:06 Ray Henwood - Bringing on the Bar d
Actor Ray Henwood (right) has had a long love affair with Shakespeare. To mark the 400th anniversary of the publication of Shakespeare's sonnets, he's presented a solo show featuring the bard's greatest hits, 'All the World's a Stage'. He talks to Chris Laidlaw about the influence of Shakespeare in language and in life.
10:40 Hidden Treasures
Each week Trevor Reekie takes you on a trip that seeks out musical gems from niche markets around the globe, the latest re-releases and interesting sounds from the shallow end of the bit stream. This week Trevor takes us on a global mini tour featuring music from Japan, Auckland, Nashville and Peru … 15 minutes of musical excavation.
Produced by Trevor Reekie
11:05 Ideas: People Trafficking
By some estimates 1.2 million children are trafficked each year - mostly for sexual exploitation. On Ideas this week we hear from four women who are at the forefront of trying to put an end to this most horrific of crimes: Gina Stoian who heads up ADPARE, an organization in Romania dedicated to reintegrating some of the thousands of Romanian child victims of trafficking; Susu Thatun, UNICEF spokesperson on Child Trafficking; UNICEF Indonesia Representative Angela Kearney; and Marina Mahathir, President of the Malaysian AIDS Council (MAC) who recently took part as a juror in a mock trial in Indonesia where trafficked women gave testimony.
Presented by Chris Laidlaw
Produced by Jeremy Rose