National Radio. Kim Hill in Antartica. 2003-11-22. 8:00-12:00

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A 4-hr recording of the Kim Hill Saturday morning show, broadcast live from Scott Base in Antarctica, 22 November 2003. Produced by Chris Bourke.

CDR03/210/01
Tk 1, Recording begins at the end of the 8am news bulletin, takes in sport, trailer & weather, then Foreign Correspondent slot: Gan Gonnar Winther, Tromso, Norway, on what's happening with scientific programmes in the Arctic.
Tk 2, Lou Sanson CEO of Antarctica New Zealand.
Tk 2, 16' 08" Wing Commander Scott Arrell, RNZAF, on flying to and from Antarctica.

CDR03/210/02
9am News etc followed by Curious Questions with Max Cryer in Auckland. (All Antarctic or ice/snow/etc-related questions).
Tk 2, Natalie Cadenhead of Antarctica NZ on Scott's hut.
Tk 3, Harry Keys, DOC advisory scientist on volcanic Mt Erebus.

CDR03/210/03
10am News etc, then Dan Mathers, Scott Base engineering supervisor, on wintering over.
Tk 2, Graham Blick, surveyor, on locating the South Pole each year.
Tk 3, John Cockrem on penguins.

CDR02/210/04
11am News etc, then Food: Donna Wightman, Scott Base chef (Tandoori Beef Lasagne by Donna Wightman and Trudi Munro).
Tk 2, Rob McBrearty on Antarctic field training for survival.
Tk 3, Andris Apse, photographer
Tk 4, Kathryn Wheatley, scientist, on seals at Turtle Rock.

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Year 2003

Reference number 30482

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Ngā Taonga Korero Collection

Genre Radio airchecks
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits RNZ Collection
Hill, Kim, 1955-
Bourke, Chris
Sanson, Lou
Arrell, Scott
Cryer, Max
CADENHEAD, Natalie
KEYS, Harry
MATHERS, Dan
Blick, G. H. (Graeme Hilton), 1953-
COCKREM, John
WIGHTMAN, Donna
MUNRO, Trudi
MCBREARTY, Rob
Apse, Andris
WHEATLEY, Kathryn
New Zealand. Royal New Zealand Air Force
National Radio (N.Z.) (estab. 1986, closed 2007)
Antarctica New Zealand
New Zealand. Department of Conservation

Duration 04:00:00

Date 22 Nov 2003

Subject Antarctica -- Discovery and exploration/Antarctica
Erebus, Mount (Antarctica)/Antarctica
Norway
Scott Base
South Pole/Antarctica
Air travel
Birds
Cookery
Engineering
English language -- Etymology
Penguins
Photography
Scientists
Seals (Animals)
Surveying
Volcanoes
Weather -- New Zealand

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