Arts on Sunday for Sunday 21 September 2008
12:40 Drinking Games
We have a drink with the four cast of Damien Wilkins' new play, Drinking Games, which is about to open at Wellington's Circa Theatre.
Right: Promotional art from the show.
12:50 Real Photos
A collective of Canterbury photographers have gone back to the basics to produce a magazine of photos that are authentic, not photoshopped, manipulated and perfected.
Pictured below: Glass Jumper by Trevor White.
1:00 At the Movies with Simon Morris
Simon Morris talks with the star of the Oscar-winning film, The Counterfeiters, about the new wave of films about World War Two from Germany and Austria. He also looks at another war film - the French Un Secret, and The King of Kong - a documentary about the video game Donkey Kong.
The country's dance institution, has launched its strategy for the industry - what does it say, what does it mean and what do people in the industry make of it?
Lucy Orbell meets some of the WOW designers entered in this year's competition
Uwe Grodd (pictured right) reviews Jenufa, the new production from NBR New Zealand opera.
2:00 The Laugh Track:
TV producer Rachel Laing presents her top comedy tracks and talks about backing winning comedy shows on TV.
Sculptor Virginia King talks about public reaction to her 'unconventional' memorial to the former Prime Minister, David Lange.
2:30 Writer's Block:
Denis Wright's first novel is called Violence 101, a story of a young man who justifies his violent acts while trying to find his place in this world. Gillian Ranstead's second novel, Girlie, is a mini-epic spanning several generations, New Zealand, Washington DC and the Scottish Highlands. Both books are published by Penguin.
Pictured Below from Left: Denis Wright, Violence 101, Girlie, Gillian Ranstead.
2:50: Nina Cook
Portrait painter from Christchurch talks about her uneasy portraits.
Below: Nina Cook Paintings - Consumerism (left), Marcus(right).
3:00 Radio Drama: Cairo Trilogy
The third and final part.