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Arts on Sunday for 1 March 2009

12:40 Sir Miles Warren

An interview with architect Sir Miles Warren, 45 years of designs and watercolours - a secret passion - are about to go on show at the Christchurch Art Gallery.

Below: Christchurch Town Hall Kilmore Street, Christchurch, main auditorium detail 1972. Photograph. Martin Barriball.

Christchurch Town Hall.

12:50 Neil Iremia

Black Grace founder and choreographer, ahead of his new work, the provocatively and evocatively named Gathering Clouds - Peace, Poverty, Dreams and the Pacific.

Black Grace

1:00 At the Movies with Simon Morris

Hunger, Welcome To The Sticks, and Zack and Miri Make a Porno.

Sam Neill1:30 Dean Spanley

Simon interviews old mate and one of the stars of Toa Fraser's new movie, Sam Neill (right).

1:40 Falemalama

Dianna Fuemana takes as the basis for her new play the story of her American Samoan mother who didn't immediately join her husband and children when they moved to New Zealand. The play is called Falemalama. (Cast and crew pictured below)

Cast + Crew of Falemalama

Oliver Driver1:50 Venice Biennale.

Lucy meets the arts ambassadors representing New Zealand at the upcoming Venice Biennale.

2:00 The Laugh Track

TV presenter, and actor and director, Oliver Driver (right), spins his favourite comedy tracks.

2:20 Sue Mingus

Simon talks to the wife of Jazz legend Charles Mingus, ahead of a tribute concert at the Wellington Jazz Festival.

Charles Mingus

2:30 Chapter and Verse

Chicago def jam performance poet, Nikki Patin.