Radio New Zealand - Sunday, 30th November 2008

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This page features: Arts on Sunday, At The Movies, News Stories, One In Five, Sounds Historical, Spectrum, Spiritual Outlook, Sunday Morning, Te Ahi Kaa

Arts on Sunday

Drawing Award
Lynn talks to the winner of the national Drawing Award ,John Ward knox [more]

Time Cinema
Time Cinema is picture-going the old traditional way.Lucy Orbell talks to the owner John Bell [more]

A Year To Learn A Woman
Paddy Richardson talks about her psychological thriller, A Year To Learn A Woman [more]

Art Valuation
Neil Roberts looks at gallery closures and reducing sales as the recession bites [more]

Freedom of Choice
Dianna Wichtel and Simon Wilson talk about the year in New Zealand television with Simon Morris [more]

New Generation Artists
Meet two of the Emerging Artists awarded 25-thousand dollars by the Arts foundation [more]

Painting out the Past
The life and art of Patrica France written by Richard Donald [more]

On A Different Shelf
Irene Pink reviews the play On A Different Shelf [more]

Ecce Cor Meum
Murray khouri reviews the Orpheus Chorale's concert of Paul McCartney's piece Ecce Cor Meum-Behold my Heart [more]

Ecce Cor Meum
Murray khouri reviews the Orpheus Chorale's concert of Paul McCartney's piece Ecce Cor Meum-Behold my Heart [more]

At The Movies

At the Movies for 26 November 2008
Simon Morris reviews two guy-movies and one chick-flick. Britain's Rocknrolla and America's My Best Friend's Girl square off against the French-Lebanese romantic drama Caramel. [more]

One In Five

One in Five for Sunday 30 November 2008
Disabled peoples' stories find a ready audience in the younger set. [more]

Sounds Historical

Sounds Historical Hour One - 30 November 2008
8pm to 9pm. Due to copyright restrictions all music has been removed. [more]

Sounds Historical Hour Two - 30 November 2008
9pm to 10pm. Due to copyright restrictions, all music has been removed. [more]


Spectrum for 30 November 2008
Wairakei celebrates 50 years of geothermal power generation. [more]

Spiritual Outlook

Spiritual Outlook: Change
Maureen Garing talks with David Simmers about how our ideas about God can change throughout our lifetimes. [more]

Sunday Morning

Pakistan with Dr Sudha Ramachandran
Why has Pakistan become so pivotal in the region it lies in the middle of? [more]

Mediawatch for 30 November 2008
TV3's repeat channel; unattributed essays; controversial photos re-emerge. [more]

Save the Children
Interview with International Save the Children Alliance's, Charlotte Petri Gornitzka and Jay Wisecarver. [more]

The Sunday Group: Pacific Remittance Project
Three-quarters of Pacific Islanders living in New Zealand send money back home to family members. [more]

Te Ahi Kaa

Te Ahi Kaa 30 Whiringa-a-rangi (November) 2008
According to Dr Khyla Russell seems fitting the Otago Polytechnic campus is sited where historical applied learning took place. [more]

News stories:

ARU cool on Bledisloe being staged in Colorado
The Australian Rugby Union has played down the likelihood of a Bledisloe Cup Test staged in the United States despite American organisers talking up the clash. The Metro Denver Sports Commission ... [more]

Wales humble Wallabies
Wales have given Australia a rugby a reality check in Cardiff , denying the Wallabies a rare northern hemisphere clean sweep with a gripping 21-18 Test victory. The Wallabies were unable ... [more]

Bayonne deny offering lucrative deal to Giteau
The French rugby club Bayonne has denied offering the Australia first-five Matt Giteau a four-year contract worth nearly $12 million. Sydney's Daily Telegraph said Giteau had met representatives from the French ... [more]

Slater wins rugby league's Golden Boot
Australias's fullback Billy Slater has capped a remarkable season and further erased memories of his World Cup final howler by taking out rugby league's prestigious Golden Boot award. The Melbourne star ... [more]

McCullum says Black Capsing positive
The New Zealand wicketkeeper Brendon McCullum says it will take a huge bowling effort if the Black Caps are to avoid defeat in the second cricket test at Adelaide. Australia will ... [more]

Fifth match racing win for Barker
The Team New Zealand skipper Dean Barker has sailed to a 3-0 win over Ben Ainslie in Auckland to win the New Zealand match racing championship for the fifth time. ... [more]

Bolton on rise after hitting four goals at Sunderland
Bolton Wanderers lit up a dull day in English football's Premier League with a 4-1 victory at Sunderland lifting them to seventh and leaving the home side in the bottom three ... [more]

No environmental damage detected after oil spill
The shores of Doubtful Sound in Fiordland are showing no signs of environmental damage from a large oil slick caused by a sunken tourist boat. [more]

North Shore police catch more drink drivers
North Shore police say a weekend drink-driving blitz points to growing offending, a trend being seen throughout greater Auckland. [more]

Anti-smacking message distributed to marae
A child advocacy group is pushing for all marae to be smack free zones. [more]

OPEC defers new oil supply cut
OPEC has deferred a decision on a new oil supply cut amid signs that Saudi Arabia and its Gulf allies are demanding tighter adherence to restraints put in place over the past two months. [more]

All Blacks beat England 32-6 to secure grand slam
Fullback Mils Muliaina scored two tries as the All Blacks piled on the second-half points to claim their biggest win over England at Twickenham by 32-6 to complete their third grand ... [more]

England players won't be forced into India return
England's cricketers will not be forced to return to India for the two-Test series between the two countries after the terror attacks that have left 195 people dead in the financial ... [more]

Whaling opponents urged to take care
Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully is warning whalers and their opponents that New Zealand will not be sending ships to the Southern Ocean this summer - so will not be at hand to help them if they get into difficulty. [more]

1000th kiwi chick returned to wild
Operation Nest Egg is celebrating a key moment in its nationwide kiwi conservation programme, with the 1000th chick being released into the wild on Sunday. [more]

Call for Govt to keep up pace over emissions review
Business New Zealand is calling on the Government to keep the pace up with its review of the Emissions Trading Scheme. [more]

MFAT keeping track of New Zealanders in Asia
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is keeping track of New Zealanders in India and Thailand following militant attacks and anti-government protests. [more]

Decision to be made on appeal against Taupo farming rule
Federated Farmers says a decision on whether to appeal against an Environment Court ruling that requires Taupo farmers to seek resource consent to farm, will be made early this week. [more]

Last bee shipment sent to Chathams
The Chatham Islands is taking no further deliveries of bees, to ensure varroa mite does not get into the colonies. [more]

Australia and Spain share lead at golf's World Cup
Australia and Spain share the lead after ther third round of fourballs at the World Cup of golf in China. Richard Green and Brendan Jones shot a nine under part 63 ... [more]

Lee top amateur again
New Zealand's Danny Lee is the leading Amateur again at golf's Australian Masters in Melbourne and will go into the final round five shots behind the leaders in a share of ... [more]

Breakers top of ANBL
The New Zealand Breakers are top of the Australian National Basketball League after a 110-88 win over the Gold Coast in Queensland . Tony Ronaldson top-scored with 25 and Phill Jones ... [more]

Pakistan chief Butt warns of split in world cricket
The Pakistan Cricket Board's chairman Ijaz Butt says the game is in danger of a damaging split if countries such as England and Australia refuse to tour Asia after the bloodshed ... [more]

New Zealand runner finishes second in the inaugural Great Australian Run
The New Zealand runner Alice Mason has finished second in the women's race of the inaugural Great Australian Run in Melbourne. Mason has completed the 15 kilometre race, held in Melbourne's ... [more]

England cricketers could decide early this week about return to India
England's cricket team could decide early this week if they will return to India for two scheduled test matches following this week's attacks in Mumbai that killed nearly 200 people. The ... [more]

Giteau to mull over whether to seek a release from ARU
Wallabies superstar Matt Giteau says he will spend the next fortnight deciding whether or not to seek a release from his Australian Rugby Union contract after receiving a near 12 million ... [more]

NZ knocked out in Dubai Sevens
New Zealand's been knocked out in the semi-fiinals at the IRB Sevens World Series in Dubai. The defending champions trailed England 21-nil at half-time but struck back with three tries. However ... [more]

New Zealand sevens captain says they paid for a slow start
The New Zealand sevens captain, DJ Forbes says his side paid the price for a slow start in its Cup semi final loss to England in the first leg of the ... [more]

Keane questions his future at Sunderland
The manager of English Premier League football side Sunderland, Roy Keane, has responded to a third straight home defeat by asking if he was the right man for the job. Keane ... [more]

Warren Gatland pleased to stop sweep
Wales coach Warren Gatland has hailed his team as northern hemisphere saviours after their 21-18 victory over Australia at Millennium Stadium. The win prevented Tri Nations sides the Wallabies, All Blacks ... [more]

Taskforce urges urgent relaxing of money-raising rules
A Government taskforce says urgent action needs to be taken to make it easier for businesses to raise money in the face of the international financial crisis. [more]

Narrow escape for jockey pinned by horse
Auckland racing officials are praising the quick work of track staff in saving the life of a jockey involved in a freak accident at Ellerslie Race Course on Saturday. [more]

England rugby players plead for patience
England's rugby players have implored fans to give Martin Johnson's side time after a 32-6 loss to New Zealand rounded off a tough month of Twickenham Tests. England's second-heaviest home defeat ... [more]

All Blacks beat England to secure grand slam
The All Blacks have clinched their third grand slam of wins over the four home unions, defeating England 32-6 at Twickenham on Saturday. [more]

The New Zealand powered Ericsson 4 wins second leg of Volvo
Ericsson 4, with four New Zealanders on board, has won the second leg of the Volvo Ocean yacht race from Cape Town to India. Its successive wins for Ericsson and she ... [more]

Two centuries put Australia in strong position in Adelaide
Centuries from Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin have put Australia in a strong position at tea on day three of the second cricket Test against New Zealand. Australia reached 433-6 at ... [more]

Pledge to focus on Labour Party's core supporters
The man tipped to become the next president of the Labour party says he wants better communication with the party's core support. [more]

NZ and Australia share honours in shearing contest
New Zealand and Australia shared the honours in the first leg of a new season's trans-Tasman shearing test series held in the tiny New South Wales outback town of Hay, at the weekend. [more]

Woman goes missing from rest home in Greenlane
Police in Auckland are looking for a 74-year-old woman who is missing from a rest home in the suburb of Greenlane. [more]