In Conversation

Arts Channel – Friday 4 March, 8.30pm

Each episode of this series features the famous film critic Derek Malcolm, in conversation with a different icon of cinema. The programme focuses on the artist’s career as a whole, their passions and inspirations.

Wednesday 7pm on Triangle on November 24

On In Conversation this week, Noel Cheer discusses the Internet revolution with Professor Brian Carpenter from the University of Auckland. This comes off the back of his inaugural lecture at the University entitled ‘Journey to the Centre of the Internet’.

 

ARTS CHANNEL – Thursday 2 September, 7.30pm

Each episode of this 2010 series features the famous film critic Derek Malcolm, in conversation with a different icon of cinema. The programme focuses on the artist’s career as a whole, their passions and inspirations.

Episode 2: John Hurt

Episode 3: Sir Tom Courtenay

Episode 4: Steven Berkoff

Episode 5: Bertrand Tavernier

Episode 6: Terry Gilliam

ARTS CHANNEL – Thursday 26 August, 7.30pm

Each episode of this 2010 series features the famous film critic Derek Malcolm, in conversation with a different icon of cinema. The programme focuses on the artist’s career as a whole, their passions and inspirations.

Episode 1: James Fox

Episode 2: John Hurt

Episode 3: Sir Tom Courtenay

Episode 4: Steven Berkoff

Episode 5: Bertrand Tavernier

Episode 6: Terry Gilliam

‘In Conversation with Noel Cheer’ features a diplomat, an author and two former broadcasters.

Continuing its theme of bringing intelligent discourse to the public of New Zealand, the May lineup on Triangle’s ‘In Conversation’ contains an unparalled diversity of subject matter. On April 30th at 9:30pm (Stratos only), Jonathan Mane-Wheoki, recently of Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand, describes with authority the current exhibition of ‘Monet and The Impressionists’.

In the following week the guest is former diplomat Gerald McGhie with a description of diplomacy in the Pacific. In following week viewers may see the Libertarian advocate Lindsay Perigo who, some years ago, characterised New Zealand television as ‘brain dead’. The next offering is the author of young-adult fiction Bernard Beckett. The month rounds out with veteran media man Brian Edwards.

‘In Conversation with Noel Cheer’ is broadcast on Tuesday evenings on TelstraSaturn Cable (Channel 50) in Wellington, Kapiti and Christchurch at 8:00pm. Triangle Television Auckland broadcast time is 8:30pm Tuesdays. Also broadcast nationally on Stratos at 9:30pm on Thursdays on the satellite platforms Freeview (Channel 21) and Sky Digital (Channel 89).