Including Street Chant and the Slightly Correct Political Show

By Diana Balham In Radio Week

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29th October, 2011
SATURDAY OCTOBER 29 Saturday Morning with Paul Diamond (Radio New Zealand National, 8.10am). Broadcaster, author and historian Paul Diamond is running things today while Kim Hill is on leave. He will be speaking to composer Jenny McLeod about her new work, Hōhepa, which is being staged by NBR New Zealand Opera and premiering at the NZ International Arts Festival in March. It tells the true story of the friendship between a Maori chief and a Pakeha settler in the 1840s and how Hohepa’s spirit is finally put to rest by his ...

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