Saturday morning with Kim Hill. 2004-05-15.
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Tk 1 begins part way through the programme rundown, then Foreign Correspondent: film director Roger Donaldson in Cannes.
Tk 2, Marc Shaw, travel doctor. He was the team doctor for the Sir Peter Blake Expedition to the Amazonas region of Brazil and Venezuela.
Merimeri Penfold (Ngati Kuri) lectured in the Māori language at the University of Auckland for more than 30 years, helped establish the university marae, and is a Human Rights Commissioner.
Tk 1, 10am news, trailer and weather, then Playing Favourites: John Callen, actor (Close to Home) and director (Shortland Street), is due to appear in 'Macbeth' directed by Michael Hurst (Maidment Theatre, Auckland), and directs 'Speaking in Tongues' at the Howick Little Theatre, (This acclaimed Australian play by Andrew Bovell inspired the film 'Lantana'.)
Tk 2, Simon Pollard is currently in Africa researching vampire spiders; he is curator of invertebrate zoology at the University of Canterbury, and his book 'I Am An Insect' is shortlisted in the non-fiction category of the NZ Post children's book awards.
Tk 1, Celebrity London chef Gordon Ramsay is in New Zealand to judge the semi-finals and finals of the NZ Gordon Ramsay Scholarship Competition.
DAT with 04/05 accession
Reference number 30734
Media type AUDIO
Collection Sound Collection
Ngā Taonga Korero Collection
Hill, Kim, 1955-, Presenter
Hurst, Michael, 1957-
Pollard, Simon (Simon David)
National Radio (N.Z.) (estab. 1986, closed 2007), Broadcaster
Date 15 May 2004
Blake, Peter, 1948-2001
Auckland (N.Z.)/New Zealand
FILM/Tidy later do not use
NZ FILM/Tidy later do not use
Actors -- New Zealand/Topical
Contests -- New Zealand/Topical
Cannes Film Festival