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Arts on Sunday for 10 May 2009

12:40 Photographer Ann Shelton

Ann Shelton looks at the history of the Salvation Army's former Rotoroa Island Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre.

Photographs by Ann Shelton

12:50 Auckland Art Fair

We get an Australian art dealer's perspective on the recent Auckland Art Fair - was it worth the trip?

1:00 At the Movies with Simon Morris

1:30 The Festival of Colour's Pouwhenua project

We find out how four artists came up with wildly different ideas after being shown around Wanaka for the Festival of Colour's Pouwhenua - marks on the land art project.

Lynn Freeman and Michael Tuffery

Lynn Freeman at the Festival of Colour

Lynn Freeman at the Festival of Colour in Wanaka. Above, with Michael Tuffery.

1:50 The stand up game

Lucy follows some young comedians wanting to make their name in the stand up game.

2:00 The Laugh Track

Two of the Comediettes, one of the Kiwi acts in the Comedy Festival.

Stephen Osborne 2:30 Pianist Stephen Osborne

Visiting Scottish pianist Stephen Osborne talks about Mozart, the Proms and finding new possibilities in old classics, ahead of his New Zealand tour with the NZSO.

2:30 Chapter and Verse

Relief, a collection of short stories from Wellington writer Anna Taylor and a new novel by Laurence Fearnley - Mother's Day.

Chapter and Verse

2:50 Former gymnast turned performance artist

Alicia Frankovitch, former top gymnast turned performance and video artist, puts her body to the test in her art. Her latest exhibition is about to open at Artspace in Auckland.

Alicia Frankovitch panorama

3:00 The Sunday Drama

The winner of this year's New Zealand Radio Awards for best Radio Dramatic Production.

Watch this space for the results.