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Arts on Sunday for 22 March 2009

12:40 Miranda Jones

We hear from Canadian blacksmith and painter Miranda Jones, in Whangarei for an international gathering of artists.

12:50 Patricia Wright

Patricia Wright helped rebuild London after the second world war as a chartered surveyor, then built a new career for herself as a writer and art historian.

1:00 At the Movies with Simon Morris

Lewis McCallum1:30 Lewis McCallum

Jazzman Lewis McCallum talks about learning to play the saxophone from a bootlegged album on his Walkman, to playing with the likes of Nathan Haines, Mark de Clive Lowe and Hollie Smith.

1:40 Lucy goes in search of artist studio space

Does the current real estate downturn mean rich pickings?

Cho-Liang Lin1:50 NZSO's latest tour

Murray Khouri reviews the NZSO's latest tour with violinist Cho-Liang Lin (left).

2:00 The Laugh Track

Columnist and broadcaster, Finlay McDonald

2:25 Daniel Unverricht

The seedy side of our cities as seen through the canvas of painter Daniel Unverricht.

View works by Unverricht in our gallery.


2:30 Chapter and Verse

Two new collections from Victoria University Press, one from Stephanie de Montalk and the other from Lynn Davidson.

Chapter and Verse 22 March 09

2:50 Elizabeth Walsh

Artistic director of Tasmania's Arts Festival which will be seeing a lot of Kiwi work this year. She's a fan, we find out why and what she's selected.

3:00 Radio Drama

Milk, written and directed by Emma Willis