Summer Selections from Saturday Morning 2012-2013

Repeat interviews for Saturday 29 December 2012

8:10 John Lanchester

British journalist and author who wrote about the financial crisis in his 2010 book, Whoops! Why Everyone Owes Everyone and No One Can Pay. His latest novel is Capital.
From the programme of 14 July 2012

9:05 Teju Cole

New York based Nigerian writer, street photographer and art historian who is working on a non-fiction narrative of Lagos, and on a Twitter project called Small Fates.
From the programme of 9 June 2012

9:35 Damon Salesa

Associate Professor at the University of Auckland's Centre for Pacific Studies, and keynote speaker at the Growing Pacific Solutions for Our Families conference.
From the programme of 14 April 2012

10:05 Nigel Beckford

Wellington writer, musician, and publisher. He and his collaborators - fellow conceptualist, writer and art director Michael Fitzsimons, and illustrators Jess Lunnon and Sandi Mackechnie - followed their 2011 publication The Wellington Book with the visual memento The NZ Book.
From the programme of 7 July 2012

11:05 Nick Lowe

Songwriter, singer, and multi-instrumentalist who co-founded ad was in-house producer for Stiff Records. He released his debut album, Jesus of Cool, on Stiff in 1978 and has since recorded more of his own albums, and acted as producer for other artists.
From the programme of 24 March 2012

Music played during the programme

The Staves: Wisely and Slow
From the 2012 EP: The Motherlode

Henri-Pierre Noel: Simbi
From the 2206 compilation album: The Kings of Digging

Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra: Ari Degbe
From the 2012 album: Antibalas

They Might be Giants: Whistling in The Dark
From the 1990 album: Flood

King Creosote and Jon Hopkins: Bats in the Attic
From the 2011 album: Diamond Mine

Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy and the Cairo Gang: The Sounds Are Always Begging
From the 2010 album: The Wonder Show of the World
(Drag City)

Roky Erikson with Okkervil River: Forever
From the 2010 album: True Love Cast Out All Evil

Matthew Halsall: Mary Emma Louise
From the 2012 album: Fletcher Moss Park
(Gondwana Records)

Brinsley Schwarz: (What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding
Originally from the 1974 album, The New Favourites of Brinsley Schwarz, featured on the 2008 compilation, Quiet Please… The New Best of Nick Lowe

Nick Lowe: Somebody Cares for Me
Song originally recorded for the 2011 album, The Old Magic, performed live in the Sydney studio of the ABC

Nick Lowe: House for Sale
Song originally recorded for the 2011 album, The Old Magic, performed live in the Sydney studio of the ABC

Nick Lowe: So It Goes
From the 1976 album Jesus of Cool

Jackie Mittoo: Oboe
From the 2000 compilation album: The Keyboard King At Studio One
(Universal Sound)