Guest details for Saturday Morning, 18 October 2008

8:12 David Marr

David Marr is one of Australia's most respected journalists, and the award-winning author of several books, including Patrick White: a Life, His Master's Voice: the Corruption of Public Debate Under Howard, and Dark Victory, an account of the 2001 Australian election campaign. His new book, The Henson Case (Text Publishing, ISBN: 9781921520037), explores the controversy that exploded over the Sydney exhibition of photographs of naked adolescent models by Bill Henson, one of Australia's most significant artists.

8:45 Derek Lardelli

Derek Lardelli is regarded as one of New Zealand's finest ta moko artists, and is also known as a visual artist, carver, kapa haka performer, composer, graphic designer, researcher of whakapapa, tribal history, and kaikorero. He is currently principal tutor at Toihoukura (Visual Art and Design School) at Tairawhiti Polytechnic in Gisborne, and is the chairperson of Te Uhi A Mataora Ta Moko Arts collective, and a trustee of Toi Maori Aotearoa. Derek travelled to the United States for the Celebration of Maori Art and Culture event at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco - de Young Museum from 10 to 12 October, and was a participant at the traditional Maori Dawn Ceremony on 15 October at the National Geographic Museum in Washington, DC, for the travelling Te Papa exhibition Whales Tohora (to 18 January 2009).

9:05 Anne Young

Dr Anne Buckingham Young is a world-renowned expert in Huntington's and Parkinson's diseases. She is Chief of the Neurology Service at Massachusetts General Hospital, Julieanne Dorn Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School, and the Founder and Scientific Director of MIND, the MassGeneral Institute for Neurodegenerative Disease. With her late husband, John B. Penney, Jr., she provided the most widely cited model of basal ganglia function, the springboard for testing novel interventions in Huntington's and Parkinson's diseases and related disorders. Dr Young visited New Zealand for a lecture tour courtesy of the Freemasons Roskill Foundation.

9:45 Kate's Klassic

Kate Camp will discuss The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas (Penguin Classics, ISBN: 978014044926), first serialised in France in the 1840s.

10:05 Playing Favourites with Brian Butler

Brian Butler is the out-going director of Artspace, one of New Zealand's pre-eminent non-collecting contemporary art institutions.

11:05 Jane Goodall

Dr Jane Goodall DBE is an English UN Messenger of Peace, primatologist, ethologist, and anthropologist. She is known for her 45-year study of chimpanzee social and family interactions in Tanzania, and for founding the global non-profit Jane Goodall Institute. Tickets have sold out for her public lecture at Wellington Zoo on Saturday 18 October.

11:45 Food with Sophie Gray

Sophie Gray of Auckland is the "destitute gourmet". Her new book, Delicious (Random House, ISBN: 978-1-86941-910-3), features photography by Aaron McLean and includes gluten-free and dairy-free recipe variations.

Music played on the programme

The Four Tops: Loving You is Sweeter Than Ever
The 1966 single from the 1982 compilation: Motown Legends
Played at around 8:40

Playing Favourites with Bryan Butler

X: Los Angeles
From the 1982 album: Los Angeles
Played at around 10:15am

Ab Koster (natural horn), Tafelmusik (period instruments): Mozart - Rondo in E-flat major, K. 371
From the 1993 album: Works for Horn and Orchestra
(Sony Classical)
Played at around 11:25am

The Naked and Famous: Serenade
From the 2008 album: This Machine
(Round Trip Mars)
Played at around 10:35am

The National: Fake Empire
From the 2007 album: Boxer
(Beggars Banquet)
Played at around 10:45am

The Beat: Dream Home in NZ
From the 1981 album: Wha'ppen?
Played at around 11:05am

Aztec Camera: Jump
B-side of the 7" single from 1984: All I Need is Everything
Played at around: 11:45

Studio operators

Wellington engineer: Carol Jones
Auckland engineer: Ian Gordon