The first of three parts of this documentary (for viewers within New Zealand).
The second of three parts of this documentary (for viewers within New Zealand).
The third of three parts of this documentary (for viewers within New Zealand).
I don't write 'deliberately'. Do we breathe 'deliberately'?– Sylvia Ashton-Warner
I seperated the two, the domestic little loving wife ... and locked the artist away in the study ... I'd have to go to him now and again but I wouldn't bring him back into the home. Things settled so much better when I kept him away like a wild animal, somewhere in a cave.– Sylvia Ashton-Warner, on her dual roles as both wife and artist
She had been confronted with the basis of one of the problems that this bicultural society has still not solved: how does an education system that's geared for middle class Pākehā New Zealanders interest, let alone teach, a Māori child whose sense of values are often so different?– Narrator, on Sylvia Ashton-Warner's early challenges