Guest details for Saturday Morning 3 September 2011

8:15 Andrew Holden

Andrew Holden is the editor of The Press, which last month received the award for Newspaper of the Year with a circulation between 25,000 and 90,000, in the prestigious Pacific Area Newspaper Publishers' Association (PANPA) Awards. Andrew talks about the twelve months since the September quake hit Christchurch

9:05 Tom Scott

Tom Scott , cartoonist, satirist, author and playwright talks to Kim about his latest project which is a television docu-drama centred on the controversial 1981 Springbok tour of New Zealand. RAGE, which screens tomorrow night is the story of two star-crossed lovers – one a young Maori policewoman – the other a student protestor. Tom draws on his own experiences as a cartoonist and journalist during that turbulent time.

9:35 Nicky Hager

Nicky Hager is an investigative journalist and the author of five books including The Hollow Men. His latest publication  – Other People’s Wars – New Zealand In Afghanistan, Iraq and the war on terror has just been published to coincide with the tenth anniversary of 9/11. Nicky Hager says New Zealand was far more involved than the public realises in this crucial period of world history.

10:05 Johnny Moore

Johnny Moore is the owner of the Goodbye Blue Monday bar in Christchurch, which has been closed since the 22 February earthquake. He joins Kim in our Christchurch studio to offer his selections in our Playing Favourites segment.

10:40 Alan Hall

Alan Hall is a producer with Dunedin-based documentary film company NHNZ. His latest programme, I Survived, features interviews with 9/11 survivors and recreations of events, and receives its premiere screening on the A&E Bio Channel on 6 September.

11:05 Donald Leggett

Every year since 1968, Donald Legget has coached a crew from the Cambridge University Boat Club in the world’s longest running sporting event: the annual boat race against Oxford University. For the past nine years, a crew from Cambridge or Oxford has travelled to New Zealand for the Gallagher Great Race, competing for the Harry Mahon Trophy against the University of Waikato. The only crew to beat Waikato has been Cambridge, with the score currently at 3-2 in Cambridge’s favour. The teams will meet again on 11 September for the ten-year anniversary race.

11:35 David Haywood and Jen Hay

David Haywood is an engineer and writer of books (My First Stabbing, The New Zealand Reserve Bank Annual 2010, The Hidden Talent of Albert Otter) and the Southerly blog at Public Address. Jen Hay is the director of the New Zealand Institute of Language, Brain and Behaviour at the University of Canterbury. They live with their two children in Avonside, Christchurch.