Including Zane Lowe and Richard Nunns’ album Seta

By Fiona Rae In Radio Week

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10th April, 2010
SATURDAY APRIL 10 Saturday Morning with Kim Hill (Radio New Zealand National, 8.10am). Kim Hill is on leave this week, so journalist Finlay Macdonald takes the chair to interview Alexander Cockburn, editor of the hard-left American website and newsletter CounterPunch (www.counterpunch.org). Also today, a chat and some musical favourites with Stephanie Bennett, the Englishwoman known for producing films about musicians, including the Beatles, Roy Orbison, Chuck Berry, Joni Mitchell and Marianne Faithfull. Bennett has started a New Zealand production company that is working ...

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