Radio New Zealand - Sunday, 22nd November 2009

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

Arts on Sunday

Christchurch Art Gallery
We take you through the flash revamped main gallery at the Christchurch Art Gallery, which will house old favourites and hidden treasures in the gallery's collection. [more]

Niki Caro and Joan Scheckel
Simon Morris chats to the director of the big screen version of the literary bestseller, The Vintner's Luck. Lynn speaks with Joan Scheckel, co-writer of the screen play. [more]

Henry Padovani
An interview with one of the founders of the band The PoliceCorsican, Henry Padovani, whoƂ's the subject of a documentary about London's punk music scene in the 70s. [more]

Photographer Anne Noble
One of the new Arts Foundation Laureates, photographer Anne Noble, whose three trips to Antarctica have produced a large and intriguing body of work. [more]

Distraction Camp
A ringside seat at rehearsals for Distraction Camp, a new work from Christchurch's boundary-pushing Free Theatre company. [more]

JS Parker
One of New Zealand's important abstract painters, JS Parker, is about to open a retrospective of his work, co-inciding with the release of a book on his career. We hear from John and from writer/curator Damian Skinner. [more]

Chapter and Verse
Ann Mallinson talks about starting her publishing career in the 1960s, founding her company, signing up Lynley Dodd of Hairy Maclary fame, and why she's decided to sell the company. [more]

Surplus and Creativity
Lucy Orbell discovers that household items are up for grabs for sustainable designers. [more]

One In Five

One in Five for Sunday 22 November 2009
DIG that! Disability advocates out to change attitudes; and the psychologist who has a lot in common with his patients. [more]

Sounds Historical

Sounds Historical Hour One - 22 November 2009
8pm to 9pm.Due to copyright restrictions, all music has been removed [more]

Sounds Historical Hour Two - 22 November 2009
9pm to 10 pm. Due to copyright restrictions, all music has been removed [more]

Spectrum

Spectrum for 22 November 2009
Former dairy farmer Wendy Fulton wants to build her own dream home. So she's chucked in the cows and gone back to carpentry school. [more]

Spiritual Outlook

Spitirual Outlook for 22 November 2009
Maureen Garing talks with the Rev Martin Baker, executive Secretary of the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand about aspects of church practice which might appeaer to not conform with New Zealand law. [more]

Sunday Morning

Peter Clark - aviation addict
If the smell of jet fuel excites more than your olfactory senses then you could be like Peter Clark. He's flown in and been aboard most aircraft you've possibly heard of and then some. Peter chronicles his airborne obsession in a new book called 'Flying: Adventures of a New Zealand Aviation Addict'. [more]

Mediawatch for 22 November 2009
This week the Mediawatch team look at: rugby's grip on the sports media - and soccer suddenly in the spotlight; claims that cash-strapped media companies are going soft on the rich and powerful plus; the response to the revelation that a prominent writer has borrowed bits of other authors' books. [more]

Dr Richard Grant - ready for Asia
Dr Grant is the director of the Asia New Zealand Foundation and he speaks with Chris about the increasing importance of Asia to New Zealand and the cultural paradigm which is shifting from the traditional Eurocentric one to a more contemporary Asia Pacific focus. [more]

Ideas for 22 Novenber 2009: Electric Vehicles
Often hailed as our future and salvation in terms of the ability to mobilise, electric vehicles are becoming more of a reality but what is an accurate expectation and timeframe. Chris and Jeremy look at cars, bikes and trains to find out what's in the electric pipeline. [more]

Notes from the south with Dougal Stevenson
Dougal waxes lyrical about breath of sealion redolent with Omega-3 and personifies sand dunes in their buxomness. [more]

Feedback
A little of what you've had to say about what's been on the show today. [more]

Te Ahi Kaa

Te Ahi Kaa mo 22 o Whiringa-a- rangi (November) 2009
Justine Murray gets an education on the viticulture industry when she tours a Maori business, Tohu Wines in Blenheim. [more]

News stories:

Some NZ golfers well placed at US PGA Q School
A couple of New Zealand golfers are well placed in the second stage of the US PGA qualifying school. At various tournaments, Phil Tataurangi is tied for third, and Steve ... [more]

Windies set to replace Chris Gayle
The West Indies are poised to call in a replacement for captain Chris Gayle after enjoying their first positive day on their problematic Australian cricket tour. The Windies, who resolutely ... [more]

Vidmar suspended and fined
The A-League football club Adelaide United have banned coach Aurelio Vidmar for two matches following comments Vidmar made about taking his players to Saudi Arabia where he could chop their ... [more]

2 more gold medals for NZ cycle team
The New Zealand cycling team has picked up 2 more gold medals on the final night of the world cup track meeting in Melbourne. The Southland teenager Tom Scully picked up ... [more]

Team NZ into Nice final
Team New Zealand is through to the final of the Louis Vuitton Trophy of Nice, butt he lack of wind prevented any races in their final against Azzurra of Italy. ... [more]

Chelsea still top in EPL
Chelsea trounced struggling Wolverhampton Wanderers 4-nil to surge eight points clear in the English Premier football League after closest rivals Arsenal slumped to a 1-nil defeat at Sunderland. Chelsea have ... [more]

Paralympics welcome back athletes with intellectual disabilities
Athletes with intellectual disabilities can once again take part in the Paralympics after an International Paralympic Committee vote. They had been banned since it was found that most of Spain's intellectual ... [more]

Public help sought over Queenstown homicide
Police investigating a homicide in Queenstown say they have a great deal of intensive work to do to solve the case. [more]

Another death at King of Bays swim event
Water Safety New Zealand says safety plans for the King of the Bays ocean swim in Auckland are top quality. [more]

Super-city 'challenges' ahead for Pacific population
Auckland's Pacific population is being told proposed new boundaries for the super-city present it with some big challenges. [more]

Martinborough pinot takes top wine honours
A Martinborough pinot noir has taken the highest prize at the Air New Zealand wine awards - the first time in 20 years a wine from the region has taken top honours. [more]

Surgeon supports family clinic move over abortion pill
An abortion surgeon believes some women might benefit from receiving the abortion pill at a Family Planning clinic. [more]

Plastic surgeons look to stem cell research
A facelift specialist says stem cell research will provide the next leap forward for plastic surgery. [more]

Chelsea and Man U score big wins
Chelsea have strengthened their position at the top of the English Premier football League by cruising to a 4-nil win over struggling Wolves. Manchester United remained five points adrift of ... [more]

All Blacks beat England, Scotland upset Australia
The All Blacks have recorded their eighth successive win over England with a 19-6 victory at Twickenham. The teams were tied 6-all at halftime with Dan Carter and Jonny Wilkinson ... [more]

Motorcyclists rally against ACC levy increases
The organiser of a motorcycle protest over proposed increases to ACC levies says the Government has underestimated the depth of anger felt by riders. [more]

Regions bear brunt of surge in mortgagee sales
New Zealand's regions are bearing the brunt of mortgagee sales, which have hit another historic high. [more]

Home insulation scheme gets funding boost
The Government has brought forward funding for the subsidised home insulation scheme after initial demand outstripped expectations. [more]

Jonah Lomu to make rugby comback this weekend
Former All Black wing Jonah Lomu will make his long-awaited return to rugby tonight when he turns out at centre for the French third-division side Marseille-Vitrolles. He has signed a ... [more]

Broom and Redmond admit serious misconduct
The New Zealand cricketers Neil Broom and Aaron Redmond have admitted they were involved in an incident in India recently that resulted in them being charged with Serious Misconduct by ... [more]

Auckland win derby match in NZFC
Auckland have opened up a gap at the top of the New Zealand Football Championship after beating second placed Waitakere 2-1 at Kiwitea Street. Manawatu are third after beating Waikato ... [more]

USA qualify for RWC2011 in New Zealand
The United States has qualified for the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand with a 27-6 victory over Uruguay in Florida. The Eagles, who had qualified for all but ... [more]

NZ golfers qualify for final q-school event for PGA tour
2 New Zealand golfers have qualified for the final round of qualifying for the US PGA tour. Phil Tataurangi was tied for 4th in his second stage event, while Brad ... [more]

Child in critical condition after being hit by car
A child has been taken to hospital in a critical condition after being hit by a car while crossing the road in South Auckland. [more]

Woman trapped under dying horse
The ambulance service says a riding helmet almost certainly saved the life of a young woman whose horse collapsed under her in a freak accident. [more]

Missing teenage mother and daughter safe and well
Police say a missing teenage mother and her three-month-old baby have been found safe and well. [more]

Ministry of Justice keen to resume pay talks
The union representing court staff says it would consider dropping industrial action and returning to the bargaining table, if the Ministry of Justice is prepared to negotiate in good faith. [more]