Sunday morning with Chris Laidlaw. 2001-06-10. 8:00-16:00
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National Radio aircheck, 10.6.01, 8am - 4pm.
News and weather with Chris Whitta.
‘Sunday Morning’ with Chris Laidlaw, the first day of a new programme and presenter.
‘Insight’, perspectives on how New Zealand spends its overseas development aid.
‘Sunday Supplement’ with Dougal Stevenson’s ‘Notes from the South’ presenting parking meter malaise; music from Dave Dobbin;
Interview with Dr Margo Buchanan-Oliver from the University of Auckland’s School of Business regarding technology in relation to culture and the term, “Culture Busting”;
News and weather read by Chris Whitta;
Mediawatch (news and current affairs) heads a discussion between the Vice-Chancellor of Waikato University, Bryan Gould, entertainer, Michelle A’Court and economist and public commentator, Gareth Morgan, ending with Peter Sellars’ ‘Ultimate Party Political Speech’;
Interview with Matthew Trundle from Victoria University regarding the origins of inflation;
Simon Morris presents the Hit Parade with music from Kiwi No.1s from the 1960s including Diana Lee, the La De Das, Mr Lee Grant, Allison Durbin, Shane, the Hi-Revving Tongues, the Formyula, the Mutton Birds;
News and weather read by Chris Whitta;
‘Ideas’ presented by Chris Laidlaw and Melanie Thornton, look at the internet, health and e-medicine, an interview with Professor Peter Yellowlees, Director for Queensland Centre for On-line Health, Head of the Department of Psychiatry in Queensland and author of ‘Your Guide to E-Health’ (published by Penguin);
music from Paul Kelly, Shooglenifty and Gareth Farr; News begins.
[Most of] programme produced and presented by Kathy Innes for the CKUA Radio Network and Smithsonian Folkways; the history of Moe Ash’s Folkways record production company shows how his business and personal philosophy combined to form a special label option for musicians, teachers and students. Multiple interviews including with Michael Ash, contemporary independent artist Dar Williams, 1960s singer Bernice Reagan, accountant Tony [Olmstead], musician Peggy Seagar, Nora Guthrey (the Woody Guthrey Foundation) and Tony Seagar. Music from Tommy Emmanuel. News and weather read by Lloyd Scott.
Jonathan Dennis presents the ‘Film Show’; a retrospective of the films by French film director Robert Bresson which will be presented in Auckland and Wellington by the New Zealand Film Festival in partnership with the French Embassy, interview with James Quandt from ‘Cinematheque’, Toronto. Review of Baz Luhrmann’s ‘Moulin Rouge’.
Music from Shanley Del and Pete Fountain. [?] presents ‘Bookmarks’ looking at two memoirs from novelist and filmmaker, Peter Wells, ‘Long Loop Home’ (published by Vintage) and from Katherine Mansfield researcher, Margaret Scott, ‘Recollecting Mansfield’ (published by Godwit). Interview with Scott’s daughter, Rachael Scott a freelance book editor, discussing her mother’s life work.
Music from Don McLean and Urban Knights. News and weather with Chris Whitta.
Allan Coukell presents ‘Eureka’; Matt McGloan from ‘Landcare Research’ interviewed about the paper he presented at the [Kookane] Memorial lecture, reinterpreting the fossil history of New Zealand; The good oil on oil spills in New Zealand, includes an interview with Lee Stevens, Marine Ecologist at the Cawthron Institute, Nelson; Dennis Rowlands an Astronomer and publisher of ‘Dio’ (a journal of scientific history) talks about the controversy over the discovery of Neptune and a possible 150 year old cover-up.
Veronika Meduna presents ‘Environment Matters’; New Zealand prepares to attend the Earth Summit in Johannesburg, South Africa next year, interview with Eric Payle, Conservation Manager for the Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society discusses New Zealand’s complacency and on-going mainstream issues of CO2 and biodiversity; Raewyn Empson talks about the Karori bird sanctuary, located on the outskirts of Wellington that has successfully reintroduced the little spotted Kiwi, Bellbird and Robyn. An interview with James Smith (and Jet the Labrador) as they work to keep pests at the sanctuary at bay.
Music from the Hamilton County Bluegrass Band and R.E.M.
News and weather read by Lloyd Scott.
Paul Diamond presents ‘Nga Tamatoa: The Back of a Whale’, part 7 of a 10-part series.
Music from the Gitbox Rebellion.
John Harrison presents ‘The Band Programme’; Brass band music from the IMI Yorkshire Imperial Band, The Royal Air Force Squadronaires, the Duke Ellington Orchestra and The Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines.
Music from Joe Jackson.
News and weather with Lloyd Scott.
Reference number 27920
Media type AUDIO
Collection Sound Collection
Whitta, Chris, Newsreader
Laidlaw, Chris, 1943-, Presenter
Stevenson, Dougal, Supporting host
Dobbyn, Dave, Musician
Buchanan-Oliver, Margo, Interviewee
Gould, Bryan, Interviewee
A'Court, Michéle, 1961-, Interviewee
Morgan, G. H. T. (Gareth H. T.), Interviewee
Sellers, Peter, 1925-1980, Performer
TRUNDLE, Matthew, Interviewee
Morris, Simon, Presenter
LEE, Diana, Singer
La De Da's (Musical group)
Grant, Lee, 1945-, Singer
Durbin, Allison, 1950-, Singer
Shane, 1946?-, Singer
Hi Revving Tongues (Musical group)
Fourmyula (Musical group)
Mutton Birds (Musical group)
Thornton, Melanie, Interviewer
Yellowlees, Peter, Interviewee
Kelly, Paul, 1955-, Singer
Shooglenifty (Musical group)
Farr, Gareth, 1968-, Musician
Dennis, Jonathan, Host
Quandt, James, 1956-, Interviewee
DEL, Shanley, Singer
Fountain, Pete, Musician
Wells, Peter, 1950-, Author
SCOTT, MARGARET, Author
Coukell, Allan, Host
McLean, Don, 1945-
Meduna, Veronika, Host
Empson, Raewyn, Interviewee
SMITH, James, Interviewee
Scott, Lloyd, Host
Hamilton County Bluegrass Band (estab. 1966)
R.E.M. (Musical group)
Diamond, Paul, Host
Gitbox Rebellion (Musical group)
HARRISON, John, Host
Royal Air Force Squadronaires
Duke Ellington Orchestra
Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989, Composer
Band of H.M. Royal Marines (Portsmouth, England)
Payle, Eric, Interviewee
National Radio (N.Z.) (estab. 1986, closed 2007), Broadcaster
Date 10 Jun 2001