Books on Radio NZ National: 19 - 25 November 2011

Radio New Zealand National features several books over the course of a week. These listings are for books that will be featured on the following programmes...

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The Children's Book Review on Nine to Noon
Friday, 18 November 2011Anchor

John McIntyre from The Children's Bookshop (Kilbirnie) will talk about:

 
Not for Parents - London -Everything you Ever Wanted to Know
Published by Lonely Planet              
ISBN 9781742204994
 
Digging Up The Past
by David Veart                        
Published by Auckland University Press                              
ISBN 9781869404659

D.E.S.I.G.N                          
by Ewa Solarz, illustrated by Daniel and Aleksandra Mizielinski                
Gecko Press       
ISBN 9781877467837

Saturday Morning with Kim Hill
Saturday, 19 November 2011Anchor

Booksellers New Zealand has been advised that the following books will be mentioned on Radio New Zealand National’s Saturday Morning with Kim Hill programme this weekend.

Life Without the Boring Bits
by Colleen McCullough
HarperCollins
ISBN: 9780732294489
Walking with the Taniwha
by Paul Bennett
ISBN: 9780473127558

nb. revised and updated version of his 2005 book

The Arts on Sunday with Lynn Freeman
Sunday 20 November 2011

Rangatira
by Paula Morris
Published by Penguin
ISBN 9780143565758
By Birdlight
by Sue Wootton
Published by Steele Roberts
ISBN 9781877577550
 

Radio NZ National Book Readings
  18- 25 November 2011

NINE TO NOON 10:45am

Monday 21 – Tuesday 22 November

Letting Go
by Claire Bayliss
Read by Stephen Lovatt
(RNZ)

Wednesday 23 – Friday 25 November

Treading Water (Eps 1-3 of 8)
by Robert Hewitt (with Aaron Smale)
Read by Jim Moriarty

Book:  Treacing Water
Huia (9 Nov 2007)
ISBN 9781869693183


AFTERNOONS 2.30pm

Monday 21 – Friday 25 November

The Adventures of Kimble Bent
by James Cowan (Eps 6-10 of 15)
Read by Peter Vere-Jones

Book: The Adventures Of Kimble Bent; A Story Of Wild Life In The New Zealand Bush
(Pub: Whitcombe and Tombs ( 1911) 

NB There have been a number of  other publications since

ALL NIGHT PROGRAMME 3.05am

Saturday 19 - Sunday  20 November

Plane Sailing
by Charlotte Grimshaw – Eps 1-2 (of 2)
Read by Madeleine Hyland

Book: Opportunity
Vintage New Zealand (4 May 2007
ISBN-978-1869418793

Thursday 24 Nov – Tuesday 13 December

The Denniston Rose
Jenny Pattrick  - Eps 1-20

Narrated by Grant Tilly, with Imogène Bayley, Anne Budd, Joanne Simpson, Keith Warren, Joy French & Jane Waddell

Book:  The Denniston Rose
Random House /Black Swan (4 March 2003)
ISBN 9781869415617

Monday 21 – Tuesday 22 November

Home
by Charlotte Grimshaw – Eps 1-2 (of 2)
Read by Barnie Duncan

Book: Opportunity
Vintage New Zealand (4 May 2007
ISBN-978-1869418793
 

Wednesday 23 November

The Mountain
by Charlotte Grimshaw

Read by Gareth Reeves

Book: Opportunity
Vintage New Zealand (4 May 2007
ISBN-978-1869418793
 


THE WEDNESDAY DRAMA 9.06PM

23 November

Severed Threads: If Thy Hand Offend Thee
by John Dryden - Part 2 (of 3)

(Goldhawk Productions)
 


Sunday 20 November 3.05pm

A History of the World in 100 Objects 
by Neil MacGregor - Part 16 (of 20)
Penguin
ISBN-9780241951774
(BBC)
 

Read the schedule for Nine to Noon's The Book Review

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