Guest details for Saturday Morning 13 February 2010

8:12 Sefton Eruera Buchler Darby

Sefton Eruera Buchler Darby is a public policy and international development consultant. His company, S.E.B. Strategy, focuses on transparency and
anti-corruption in the oil and mining sector.

8:40 Peter Brook

Peter Brook has been acclaimed since the 1960s as one of the world's finest directors and innovators of stage and screen. His new production, 11 and 12, explores a post-colonial Africa torn apart by internal strife. It premiered in Paris in November 2009 and will play at the 2010 New Zealand International Arts Festival from 10-14 March, the first Brook production to travel to this country.

9:05 Robert Connolly

Robert Connolly is the director (Three Dollars, The Bank) and producer (Romulus My Father, The Boys) of many successful Australian films. His latest feature, Balibo, is a dramatisation of the story of Australian-based journalists the Balibo Five and Roger East during the Indonesian invasion of East Timor in 1975. It opened in New Zealand cinemas on 18 February.

During the interview, Kim referred to the book, If You Leave Us Here, We Will Die: How Genocide Was Stopped In East Timor by Geoffrey Robinson (Footprint, ISBN: 9780691135366).

9:45 Amanda Wright

With business partner John Minty, Amanda Wright runs the biannual summer music festival Splore. It runs from 19-21 February at Tapapakanga Regional Park, Auckland.

10:05 Playing (NZ) Favourites with Nick Bollinger

Nick Bollinger plays and produces music, and writes and speaks about music and musicians. A member of the Windy City Strugglers, he writes for the Listener, and produces and presents The Sampler on Radio New Zealand National (during Music 101 after 2 pm on Saturday you can hear his reviews of new albums by the Ruby Suns and Japanese punk jazzer Miho Wada). Nick is the author of How to Listen to Pop Music (Awa Press, 2004), and the new book 100 Essential New Zealand Albums (Awa Press, ISBN: 978-0-9582750-3-3).

11:05 Mark Pesce

Mark Pesce is an inventor, writer, educator and futurist. He is an Honorary Associate in the Digital Cultures Program at the University of Sydney, and the founder of media and technology consultancy FutureSt, and will speak at Webstock 2010 in Wellington (15-19 February).

11:45 Maths with Gaven Martin

Gaven Martin is Distinguished Professor in Pure Mathematics at Massey University and the founding director of the NZ Institute for Advanced Study, which aspires to be one of the world's leading centres for theoretical research and intellectual inquiry. Gaven will discuss fractals and the geometry of nature.

Music played on the programme

An Emerald City: Quin Song
From their 2008 self-titled EP
Played at around 8:10

Sade: Soldier of Love
From the 2010 album: Soldier of Love
Played at around 11:05

Glenn Gould (organ): JS Bach - The Art of the Fugue BWV 1080 Contrapunctus 1
The 1962 recording from the 1987 collection: Glenn Gould - Bach
Played at around 11:40

Playing Favourites with Nick Bollinger

Morgan Clarke with Benny's Five: Haka Bookie
The 1957 Zodiac 45 from the 2003 compilation: Pie Cart Rock'n'Roll
Played at around 10:05

The Fourmyula: Since We
From the 1971 "lost" album: Turn Your Back on the Wind
Played at around 10:20

Dragon: Sunshine
From the 1977 album: Sunshine
Played at around 10:30

Jay Epae: The Creep
The 1966 Zodiac single from the 1995 compilation: Wild Things Volume 2
Played at around 10:40

Pacifican Descendents: Tuesday Blues
From the 1994 album: Proud - an Urban Pacific Streetsoul Compilation
Played at around 10:50

Renee-Louise Carafice: To Run (for Emily Dickenson)
From the 2009 album: Tells You to Fight!
(Monkey Records)
Played at around 10:57

Studio operators

Wellington engineer: Phil Swallow
Auckland engineer: Jeremy Ansell