Radio New Zealand - Sunday, 19th July 2009

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

Arts on Sunday

Pierre Brault
Bringing"Portrait of an Unidentified Man"to the Christchurch and Taranaki Arts festivals. [more]

Film Guys
Ben Steinbauer and Michael Paul Stevenson preview their documentaries playing at the International Film Festival. [more]

Richard Muller
Richard explains his part in"Kaitangata Twitch". [more]

Venice Biennale.
Arts On Sundays' very own Lucy Orbell stopped off in Venice to check out some art. [more]

Body Painting
Amelia Nurse bares all for art. [more]

NZ Typeface Design
Jonty Valentine talks about his exhibition, recording New Zealand's Typeface history. [more]

Chapter and Verse - Mary Cresswell
New Zealand as seen through the satirical eyes of an American expat. [more]

Chapter and Verse - Brian Turner.
New poetry from the Central Otago Backblocks. [more]

Seraphine Pick
Her Survey show will be on display in the Christchirch City Art Gallery, then Wellington and Dunedin. [more]

At The Movies

At the Movies for 15 July 2009
Simon Morris reviews would-be celebrity Bruno, and a new Italian film based on the true story of The Sicilian Girl. He also checks out some of the documentaries on show at the International Film Festival, including The Agony and Ecstasy of Phil Spector. [more]

Nine To Noon

Off The Beaten Track with Kennedy Warne
The Poor Knights. [more]

One In Five

One in Five for Sunday 19 July 2009
Expanding the talents of disabled youngsters; and That Blind Woman takes the business of her life to the world. [more]

Sounds Historical

Sounds Historical hour one - 19 July
8pm to 9pm. Due to copyright restrictions, all music has been removed. [more]

Sounds Historical hour two - 19 July
9pm to 10pm. Due to copyright restrictions, all music has been removed. [more]


Spectrum for 19 July
Myfanwy Van Hoffen moved from Zimbabwe to New Zealand in 2001.This is her story. [more]

Spectrum for 19 July 2009
Myfanwy Van Hoffen moved from Zimbabwe to New Zealand in 2001.This is her story. [more]

Sunday Morning

Charles Brasch
Dunedin celebrates the centennary of Charles Brasch' birth this year. [more]

Mediawatch for 19 July 2009
Dirty tricks in the UK, trial by jury, and Sharyn Steel talks about working in male-dominated newsrooms. [more]

Jonathan Brent
Author and Russophile Jonathan Brent shares his fears of a revival of Stalinism in Eastern Eurpoe. [more]

Dougal Stevenson: notes from the south
Notes from the south. [more]

Sunday Group
The Sunday Group takes a look at the airlines industry. [more]

Sunday Morning feedback. [more]

Ideas focusses on the changing face of New Zealand history. [more]

Te Ahi Kaa

Te Ahi Kaa 19 (Hongongoi) 2009
Knowledge of his tuhoetanga has helped Te Taurewa Victor Biddle deal with homopohia. [more]

News stories:

All Blacks win maintains Wallabies' Eden Park hoodoo
The All Blacks head for South Africa with their confidence enhanced by a 22-16 win over Australia in Auckland at the start of their Tri Nations and Bledisloe Cup campaign. ... [more]

Big opening win for Black Sox
The New Zealand men's softballers have started their campaign for a fourth consecutive world championship with a 15-0 win over the United States in Saskatoon. The Black Sox jumped to ... [more]

All Blacks beat Wallabies 22-16
New Zealand opened the defence of their Tri-Nations rugby title with a 22-16 victory over Australia at Eden Park on Saturday night. [more]

Measles outbreak expected to spread
Health officials expect a measles outbreak in Christchurch to spread to other places within the next fortnight. [more]

Fatal family fight
Police are investigating the death of a man during or shortly after a fight with a family member in Mangere on Saturday night. [more]

England dominatin in Ashes second test
England reached 311 for six in their second innings on the third day of the second test to put themselves in a splendid position to win their first Ashes ... [more]

Watson leads British Open with one round to play
Golfing wrinkly Tom Watson kept alive his dream of becoming the sport's oldest major champion when another remarkable performance gave him the lead after the British Open third round. The ... [more]

American makes big move in Tour de France
American cyclist George Hincapie improved to second place overall in the Tour de France after the 14th stage marred by the death of a woman spectator. Russia's Sergei Ivanov won the ... [more]

England in charge in second Ashes test
England sense history in the makingaturday after taking an overall lead of 521 over Australia with two days' play left in the second Ashes test at Lord's. Rain prevented ... [more]

Man City sign Adebayor
Manchester City have continued their spending spree with the signing of Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor for an undisclosed fee. The 25-year-old Togo international, who has penned a five-year contract, ... [more]

Firefighters threatened with steel bars
Fire fighters were threatened with steel bars when they responded to a pellet fire in Christchurch on Saturday night. [more]

Samoa qualify for rugby World Cup
Samoa became the second team to reach the 2011 rugby World Cup via qualifying when they hammered Papua New Guinea 73-12 in Port Moresby on Saturday to win 188-19 on aggregate ... [more]

Ces Mountford dies
Former Kiwi rugby league coach Ces Mountford his died at the age of 90. Mountford was born in 1919 in the West Coast township of Blackball and moved to England in ... [more]

Italian teams to play in rugby's Celtic League
Franchises based in Rome and the northern town of Viadana have been chosen by Italy's rugby federation (FIR) to play in the Celtic League in 2010 when the competition is ... [more]

Missing teenager safe
A Mangere teenager who has epilepsy has been found safe and well after going missing on Friday. [more]

Death of former Kiwi rugby league coach
Former Kiwi rugby league coach Ces Mountford has died in Queensland at the age of 90. He coached the Kiwis between 1979 - 1982. [more]

Houses still without power
Top Energy customers in the Awarua and Okaihau areas in Northland are still without power on Sunday morning. [more]

Parole hearing for Capill adjourned
A parole hearing for the former leader of the Christian Heritage Party, Graham Capill, has been adjourned until next month. [more]

NZ needs to play its part in stamping out terrorism - PM
Prime Minister John says the bombing of two hotels in Jakarta on Friday is a reminder that New Zealand needs to play its part in stamping out terrorism. [more]

Ballesteros looks to play next year's British Open
Seve Ballesteros, continuing his recovery from four operations to remove a brain tumour, is back playing golf and keen to compete in the 2010 British Open at St Andrews. Ballesteros ... [more]

Roddick pulls out of Indianapolis
Wimbledon finalist Andy Roddick has delayed his return to tennis for the second time in three weeks, pulling out as top seed at the Indianapolis Championships. The American, who ... [more]

Speculation Beckham might return to English premier league
David Beckham may return to the English premier league, possibly with Chelsea or Spurs, according to the Mail on Sunday. Beckham is under orders from England boss Fabio Capello to ... [more]

Khan crowned world lightweight champion
Briton Amir Khan has been crowned World Boxing Association (WBA) light-welterweight champion at the age of 22 after convincingly beating Ukraine's Andreas Kotelnik with a unanimous points decision in Manchester. ... [more]

Windies claim narrow first innings lead
West Indies pace bowler Kemar Roach took six wickets as Bangladesh were bowled out for 232 on the second day of the second test to give the makeshift Caribbean side ... [more]

No more delays urged on arms trade treaty
Oxfam and Amnesty International are urging the New Zealand Government to make sure there are no further delays in negotiating an arms trade treaty. [more]

Aftershocks in Fiordland seen as normal
A seismologist says the growing number of aftershocks, following a magnitude 7.8 earthquake in Fiordland on Wednesday night, is nothing to worry about. [more]

Earthquake in Hawke's Bay
A magnitude 4.3 earthquake has occurred in Hawke's Bay, 40km south of Hastings. It was the third recorded in the district since Thursday. [more]

Funerals planned for two who died tramping
Funeral arrangements have been made for the chief executive of Te Papa, Seddon Bennington, who was found dead in the Tararua Ranges last Wednesday. [more]

Police say Huntly death suspicious
Police are treating the death of a man in the Waikato town of Huntly as suspicious. [more]

Survey shows support for North Shore drinking bans
A survey of residents and business owners on Auckland's North Shore suggests 99% support the current bans on night-time drinking in public places. [more]

Second phase of trials for dissolving stent
The second phase of clinical trials testing a dissolving stent for patients with heart problems has begun in Christchurch. [more]

Canterbury stars return to side after All Blacks duty
Prop Wyatt Crockett and first-five Stephen Brett will be back in the red and black of Canterbury this week after returning from All Blacks duty. Crockett will be in the ... [more]

New Zealand squash star wins Australian Open
Joelle King has become the second New Zealander in three years to win the Australian Open Women's Squash Championships. King beat defending champion Annie Au 11-6, 11-13, 14-12, 11-7 in ... [more]

Warriors snatch victory last minute victory against Roosters
CCN = CORRECT SCORE The Warriors have held off a Sydney Roosters fightback to beat the city-siders 30-24 at the Sydney Football Stadium. The visitors were down 18-10 at halftime ... [more]

Warriors snatch victory last minute victory against Roosters
The Warriors have held off a Sydney Roosters fightback to beat the city-siders 30-22 at the Sydney Football Stadium. The visitors were down 18-10 at halftime but two quick tries ... [more]

Netherlands claim bronze at Hockey Champions Trophy
The Netherlands women's hockey team have bounced back from their surprise loss to Australia to thump Germany 5-2 and claim the bronze medal at the Champions Trophy in Sydney. Australia ... [more]

Michael Owen show's he still has nose for goal
The former England footballer Michael Owen has scored the winning goal on his debut for Manchester United. The 29-year-old striker came on as a second-half substitute in United's opening ... [more]

Fitler's days at Roosters over?
Axed Sydney Roosters coach Brad Fittler has ruled out any future involvement with the club beyond this season. Fittler was told yesterday his contract with the Roosters would not ... [more]

Rossi grabs pole at German Moto GP
Rain hasn't stopped Italy's Valentino Rossi from claiming pole position for the German Moto Grand Prix. The Yamaha rider clocked 1min 32 seconds to snatch top spot from Spanish teammate ... [more]

Another big win for Black Sox
The New Zealand men's softballers have had another big win at the world championships in Canada beating England 14-0. The Black Sox started their quest for a fourth consecutive title ... [more]

Phoenix kick off pre-season tour with draw
The Wellington Phoenix football side have begin their tour of China with a 2-2 draw with Super League side Tianjin Teda in Tianjin last night. Goals to Tim Brown and ... [more]

Meeting creates work for immigration lawyers
A strong turnout of Tongan overstayers prepared to talk about their immigration status at a meeting has provided two months worth of work to a group offering illegal migrants free advice. [more]