Earlier today Stella Duffy was interviewed by Kim Hill on her popular "Saturday Morning" show on Radio New Zealand. Stella spoke about her OBE for services to the arts, work with Fun Palaces, the Women's Equality Party, issues facing modern Britain, and her work on an upcoming new Ngaio Marsh novel, based on four chapters and some notes discovered in the Alexander Turnbull Library.
It's a really excellent interview that is well worth a listen. If you'd like to go straight to the Ngaio Marsh stuff, that kicks in just after the 16 minute mark, but I'd recommend listening to the whole thing. I was left feeling inspired and hopeful afterwards, and wanting to get out there and do more.