Out in the Square  [image: Gareth Watkins]

Out in the Square

Out in the Square

Jo Jackson interviews stall holders and visitors to Out in the Square which was held in Civic Square, Wellington on 19 January 2013. The community fair has been held annually since 1986.

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Voices: Bella Simpson, Celia Wade-Brown, Grant Robertson, Harlen Wilkinson, Kevin Hague, Mike Bryant, Paula Barnett, Rob Evans, Roger Swanson, Rosie Jimson-Healey, Tighe Instone, unidentified voice

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Details

  • 00:04 - Andrew
  • 01:05 - Caitlen
  • 02:03 - Mayor of Wellington Celia Wade-Brown
  • 04:35 - MP Grant Robertson
  • 07:32 - MP Kevin Hague
  • 10:05 - Paula Barnett, Lesbian Community Radio Programme
  • 13:10 - Bella Simpson, Fair Fairy
  • 14:10 - New Zealand Police - Diversity Liaison Officers
  • 17:50 - Harlen Wilkinson
  • 19:34 - Roger Swanson, Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand (LAGANZ)
  • 22:44 - Maria, School's Out
  • 24:33 - Rosie Jimson-Healey, Community Law Wellington and Hutt Valley
  • 26:14 - Caitlen
  • 28:13 - Robert
  • 29:36 - Ellen, St Andrew's on the Terrace
  • 33:39 - Faux Direction
  • 35:22 - Mike Bryant/Mama Desire
  • 37:15 - Julia
  • 39:09 - Out Wellington
  • 40:41 - Matt
  • 43:45 - Harriet
  • 45:26 - Nathaniel, School's Out
  • 48:04 - Women's Refuge
  • 49:55 - Tighe Instone and Rob Evans, Armstrong and Arthur Charitable Trust for Lesbians

Citation information

URL:http://www.pridenz.com/out_in_the_square_2013.html
Record date:19th January 2013
Interviewer:Jo Jackson/Grizz
Location:Civic Square (Wellington)