Radio NZ Docos

Music Migrations 2012 (Five 1 hour programmes) Radio New Zealand. In Music Migrations, Megan tells New Zealand migration stories through music, including her settler heritage from Scotland and Ireland to Otago in the 1840s. Samoan garage choirs, Cambodian wedding bands, Hindi hip-hop, Nga Moteatea, gold panning ballads and music to rustle sheep by. Produced by Rebecca Blundell.

How Hybrid 2011 (Six 1 hour programmes) Radio New Zealand. In this series Megan asks how is globalisation influencing the way we think about music and ourselves? Megan re-contextualises five portable instruments, the violin, guitar, hammered dulcimer, ukulele and accordion, to explore how they have made their way around the world and developed into locally meaningful tools of expression. Produced by Rebecca Blundell.

West Sumatran Composers 2010 (Six 1 hour programmes) Radio New Zealand. In this series Megan profiles five eminent Minangkabau composers from West Sumatra, Indonesia and features new works by each. Elizar Koto, M. Halim, Asril Muchtar, Alpalah and Rafiloza bin Rafi talk to Megan about their creative lives and musical processes. The final episode includes a concert of their music recorded at the  Adam Concert Room, Victoria University, Wellington, September 2010. Produced by Rebecca Blundell.

Iranian Composers 2009 (Six 1 hour programmes) Radio New Zealand. In her radio documentary series Iranian Composers, Megan collaborates with Sharam Rezzaie to present classical and contemporary Iranian music. Featuring music and interviews by five leading composers Aminollah, Andre Hossein, Tjeknavorian, Reza Vali and Behzad Rangjaran. Produced by Rebecca Blundell.

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