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This Sunday on Frontseat, 10.00pm, TV One:

Thu, 30 Sep 2004

This Sunday on Frontseat, 10.00pm, TV One:

The Whiskey & Whitebait Pin-up Girl: Frontseat catches up with author Keri Hulme at the Maori Writers' Festival for a candid chat about deadlines, whitebait, her new collection 'Stonefish' (Huia Publishing) and what writers are for.

Drama at the Festival: The Otago Festival of the Arts is upon us, but Fortune Theatre's 30th birthday plans have gone slightly awry. Emma Robinson O'Brien finds out who's been picking up the pieces, and previews other festival shows.

A Voice through Art: Jeremy Hansen canvasses artists about the place of political thought in their work. Australian cartoonist Michael Leunig tells what happened when he put politics in his cartoons, Jeremy attends the 'Zaoui Concert', and do buyers of Charlotte Graham's art know what they're getting?

Scape: Magic happens when art and industry get together in Christchurch.

Best regards,

The Frontseat Team TV One after Lexus Sunday Theatre

ENDS


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