Books on Radio NZ National: 2 - 9 June

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

  • Unity Books Review with Cassie Richards
  • Saturday with Kim Hill
  • Standing Room Only, with Lynn Freeman
  • Book readings (various programmes)

Unity Books Review with Cassie Richards
Friday, 2 June 2017

The Wanderers
by Meg Howrey
Simon & Schuster
RRP $38.00
ISBN 9781471146664

Saturday Morning, with Kim Hill
Saturday, 3 June 2017

 
The God of Small Things
by Arundhati Roy
HarperPerennial
9780007268337
 
The Ministry of Utmost Happiness
by Arundhati Roy
Hamish Hamilton
9780241303986
 

Behind Bars: Real-life stories from inside New Zealand prisons 
by Anna Leask
Penguin Books NZ
9780143770268    

Move Fast & Break Things: How Facebook, Google and Amazon Cornered Culture and Undermined Democracy 
by Jonathan Taplin 
Macmillan
9781509847723

Standing Room Only, with Simon Morris
Sunday, 4 June 2017

Heloise
by Mandy Hager
Published by Penguin Random House
9780143770992

Radio NZ National Book Readings 

NINE TO NOON - 10.45am 
Tuesday, 6 June - Friday, 9 June  

The Forrests (eps 1-4 of 12)
by Emily Perkins
told by Fiona Samuel 
 
BOOK: The Forrests
by Emily Perkins
Published by Bloomsbury
ISBN 9781408831496     
NIGHTS - 9.06PM
Wednesday, 7 June
 
Tumanbay
by John Dryden (ep 5 of 10)
 
RNZ production - no book

ALL NIGHT PROGRAMME - 3.05am
Saturday, 3 - Sunday, 4 June

We’ll Always Have Paris
by Witi Ihimaera
read by James Kupa #1 of 2

BOOK: Short story collection The Thrill of Falling
by Witi Ihimaera
Published by Random House
ISBN 9781869799205     
Monday, 5 June 

Some Say Love it is a Flower
a short story by Sue Wootton
read by Sonia Yee 

Tuesday, 6 June - Friday, 9 June
The Dream Life of Elephants (eps 2 - 4) 
by Vaughan Slinn, Sara Allen and Leo Gene Peters

RNZ
DRAMA HOUR, 3.04pm
Sunday, 4 June
 
The Big Melt
by Stuart Hoar