8:12 Stella Duffy

Stella Duffy

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Stella Duffy was born in England, raised in Tokoroa, and is now a writer and theatre-maker based in London. She has just been awarded an OBE for her services to the arts and she is also writing a new Ngaio Marsh novel, based on four chapters of an uncompleted novel by the late New Zealand crime writer. Stella Duffy is also co-director of the global Fun Palaces campaign for wider participation in all forms of arts, science and culture (1-2 October).

8:40 Ashleigh Smith

Otago Polytechnic student Ashleigh Smith, from Naseby in the Maniototo, is joint leader of Sticks n' Stones, a student-led anti-cyberbullying group providing practical support and guidance to young people. Last month she was the recipient of a Change Maker Community Safety Award at the Youth Week Awards 2016, and Sticks 'n Stones, which has over 300 members aged 11 to 18, received a Youth Champion Award. She is just back from an international anti-bullying conference in Ireland.

9:05 Substantia Jones

Substantia Jones

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Substantia Jones is an activist against denigration of fat people and runs the Adipositivity Project. She is currently visiting New Zealand as a guest of Massey University, for a range of events including the keynote address at the Fat Studies: Identity, Agency, & Embodiment conference in Palmerston North (29-30 June) and the opening of a solo exhibition of her photographic work at Te Manawa Museum.


9:34 William Rolleston

Last week Kim Hill talked to Rachel Stewart, the 2016 Canon Media Award Opinion Writer of the Year, who angered Federated Farmers with her concerns about dairying's impact on the environment, and her call for 80 percent of dairy cows to go. This week, Dr William Rolleston, the president of Federated Farmers, argues back with the farmers' case.

William Rolleston

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10:05 Playing Favourites with Tearepa Kahi

Tearepa Kahi

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Tearepa Kahi, of Ngāti Paoa and Tainui descent, is a filmmaker best known for his 2013 feature, Mt ZionPoi E: The Story of Our Song is his new documentary and in it he tells how Dalvanius Prime co-wrote 'Poi E' with Ngoingoi Pēwhairangi and persuaded the Patea Maori Club to perform it - the song topped the NZ charts and was the country's biggest-selling single in 1984.

NZ International Film Festival today announced the World Premiere screening of Poi E: The Story of Our Song at the Civic Theatre in Auckland on 14 July. The film has also been confirmed for NZIFF Opening Night in Wellington on Friday 22 July, Christchurch on Thursday 28 July and Dunedin on Thursday 4 August.

Youtube video of Poi E - Patea Maori Club

11:05 Adriane Ohanesian

Adriane Ohanesian

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Adriane Ohanesian is 2nd prize winner of the Contemporary Issues category in the World Press Photo Exhibition, which features the best photojournalism from around the globe in 2015. She presented a series entitled The Forgotten Mountains - which documented the lives of Sudanese women and children hiding in caves in the mountains of Darfur to escape ground attacks and aerial bombardment by their own government's forces. The exhibition can be seen in Auckland next month.

11:45 Children's Books with Kate De Goldi

Kate De Goldi's most recent novel is From the Cutting Room of Barney Kettle (Longacre). She will discuss prize-winning YA novel The Lie Tree by Frances Hardinge (Macmillan), and the board-book Tickle My Ears by Jorg Muhle (Gecko Press, ISBN: 9781776470768).


This Saturday's team:

Producer: Mark Cubey
Producer: Christine Cessford
Wellington engineer: Brad Warrington
Christchurch engineer: Cameron Brown
Dunedin engineer: Martin Balch
Research by Infofind



Music played in this show

Artist: Patea Maori Club Featuring Dalvanius
Song: Poi E
Composer: Mau Prime, Ngoi Pewhairangi
Album: Patea Maori Club
Label: Maui
Broadcast Time: 10:05

Artist: Dalvanius Prime
Song: Love Train
Composer: Gamble/Huff
Album: A Man of Passion
Label: Jayrem
Broadcast Time: 10:15

Artist: Patea Maori Club & Dalvanius Prime
Song: Ngoi Ngoi
Composer: Maui Prime, Tokomaru Bay Co-op
Album: Poi E
Label: Maui
Broadcast Time:10:25

Artist: Herbs
Song: Sensitive to a Smile
Composer: Kraka,Tumahai
Album: Sensitive to a Smile
Label: Warrior
Broadcast Time: 10:35

Artist: Bob Marley
Song: Iron, Lion, Zion
Composer: Marley
Album: Iron, Lion, Zion
Label: Island
Broadcast Time: 10:45

Artist: Electric Wire Hustle
Song: They Don't Want
Composer: Mara TK,Taay Ninh,Myele Manzanza
Album: Every Waking Hour
Label: Every
Broadcast Time: 10:50

Artist: Troy Kingi
Song: Break a Bone
Composer: Troy Kingi
Album: Kiwi Hit Disc 179
Label: NZ On Air
Broadcast Time: 10:55