Radio New Zealand - Saturday, 8th March 2008

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This page features: News Stories, Radio NZ National Music, Saturday Morning, Sunday Morning

Radio NZ National Music

Nick Cave - The Bad Seeds
Nick Cave talks to Richard Wain about The Bad Seeds' album 'Dig, Lazarus Dig!!!' as well as numerous other diversions. [more]

Saturday Morning

Foreign Correspondent: Sameh Habeeb in Gaza
Palestinian journalist based in Gaza City. [more]

James Meek
British journalist and author of 'The People's Act of Love' and 'We Are Now Beginning Our Descent'. [more]

Sir Jackie Stewart
Scottish race car driver who won 27 Grand Prix races and was world champion three times on the Formula One circuit. [more]

Kate's Klassic: All Quiet on the Western Front
Kate Camp discusses All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque. [more]

Playing Favourites with Ben Kemp
Poet and musician who has been living in Tokyo for six years, accompanied by flautist Mitsuru Ogata. [more]

Food with Geoff Lawton: Permaculture
Founding director of the Permaculture Research Institute and world-renowned designer of agriculturally productive ecosystems. [more]

Akram Khan
British-Bangladeshi dancer and choreographer who duets with Sylvie Guillem at the 2008 New Zealand International Arts Festival. [more]

Sunday Morning

Insight Sunday 09 March 2008: Gold Mining
With the rise in the gold price Insight looks at how the industry is expanding in New Zealand. [more]

News stories:

New Zealand beat Solomon Islands in Olympic qualifier
The New Zealand football coach has nothing but praise for his under 23 side after the beat Solomon Islands 2-1 in an Olympic qualifying match in Lautoka Fiji yesterday. The... [more]

Marshall Islands President to ask Taiwan for more aid
Marshall Islands President Litokwa Tomeing, who prior to his January election called for switching his country's diplomatic recognition to China, will make his first state visit to Taiwan on Monday. [more]

Solomon Islands government announces funding for three major Malaita projects
The Solomon Islands government says it is allocating $12 million from its $360 million rural development budget to kick-start three major projects in Malaita Province this year. Deputy Prime Minister... [more]