Friday, April 20, 2012

Saturday Morning with Kim Hill: 21 April 2012 - Radio NZ National

8:15 Michael Hastings: general operations
8:45 Paul Roy: Indian hospital
9:05 David B. Agus: ending illness
10:05 Playing Favourites with Hamish McKeich
11:05 Jim Marchbank: science museums
11:45 Children’s Books with Kate De Goldi

8:15 Michael Hastings
American journalist and writer Michael Hastings is a contributing editor for Rolling Stone magazine where he covers politics and international affairs, including the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya. His 2010 article, The Runaway General, resulted in the removal of US General McChrystal from his Afghanistan command; his new book, The Operators: the Wild and Terrifying Inside Story of America’s War in Afghanistan (Orion Books, ISBN 978-1-4091-4487-8), expands on that article. Michael Hastings is covering the US Presidential election for the Buzzfeed website, and will be a guest at three sessions (11, 12 and 13 May) during the 2012 Auckland Writers and Readers Festival.

8:45 Paul Roy
Producer, director, writer and cameraman Paul Roy is co-director of Iguana Film Productions, a New Zealand and Australia- based company which has been making award winning television documentaries and documentary series for over 25 years in over 30 countries. His latest six-part series, Indian Hospital, was filmed in Bangalore for Al Jazeera English, and will screen on the network in early May.

9:05 David Agus
Dr. David B. Agus heads the Westside Prostate Cancer Center and the Center for Applied Molecular Medicine at the University of Southern California, where his research focuses on the application of proteomics and genomics for the study of cancer and the development of new therapeutics for prostate cancer. He is the founder of, the largest online cancer resource and virtual community, and Navigenics, a consumer-focused healthcare technology and wellness company. He is the author of new best-seller The End of Illness (Simon & Schuster, ISBN: 978-1-84983-915-0)

10:05 Playing Favourites with Hamish McKeich
Hamish McKeich has forged an international conducting career, and has had a long partnership with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, serving as the orchestra's Associate Conductor from 2002 to 2006, and continuing to perform with them, most recently with Peter and the Wolf at the 2012 New Zealand International Arts Festival. He also conducts and directs contemporary and experimental performances with New Zealand's two premiere music ensembles, Stroma and 175 East.

11:05 Jim Marchbank
Jim Marchbank was CEO of Science North in Ontario, Canada, from 1987 to 2011. Under his direction Science North grew to be the largest tourist attraction in Northern Ontario, and Canada’s second largest science centre, encompassing a Special Exhibits Hall, Butterfly Gallery, 2D/3D IMAX Theatre, and digital dome planetarium. Jim was the first President of the Canadian Association of Science Centres and has executive produced four large format films. He is visiting New Zealand as keynote speaker for the 2012 Museums Aotearoa Conference in Wellington (18-20 April).

11:45 Children’s Books with Kate De Goldi
New Zealand writer Kate De Goldi is the author of a number of books, including the multi-award winning novel, The 10pm Question. She will discuss four more books from the New York Review Children's Collection:
Terrible, Horrible Edie, by EC Spykman (NYR Children's Collection, ISBN 978-1-59017-353-4);
Lizard Music, by Daniel Pinkwater (NYR Children's Collection, ISBN: 978-1-59017-387-9);
Supposing..., by Alastair Reid and Bob Gill (NYR Children's Collection, ISBN: 978-1-59017-369-5); and
Three Ladies Beside the Sea, by Rhoda Levine and Edward Gorey (NYR Children's Collection, ISBN 978-1-59017-354-1).

Saturday Morning repeats
 On Saturday 21 April 2012 during Great Encounters between 6:06pm and 7:00pm on Radio New Zealand National, you can hear a repeat broadcast of Kim Hill’s interview from 14 April with Mitchell Pham.
Preview: Saturday 28 April
Kim’s guests will include Chandran Nair, Marti Anderson, Sam Wills and Emily Perkins.

Producer: Mark Cubey
Wellington engineer: Shaun D Wilson
Auckland engineer: Jeremy Ansell

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