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  • Laura Jean McKay and Philip Armstrong discuss animals in literature at Word Christchurch 2020

    Laura Jean McKay and Philip Armstrong discuss animals in literature at Word Christchurch 2020

    04/04/2021 Duration: 45min

    Philip Armstrong's poetry and Laura Jean McKay's award-winning novel The Animals in That Country feature animals as significant characters. The authors talk at 2020 Word Christchurch.

  • Public media plan moves forward behind closed doors

    Public media plan moves forward behind closed doors

    03/04/2021 Duration: 19min

    The government appointed eight people this week to oversee a business case which could be a blueprint for a new public media entity to replace TVNZ and RNZ - but the public won't see it before the government decides the issue later this year. Why are RNZ's top brass backing an idea about which so little is clear? 

  • Simon Collins - a lifetime in journalism

    Simon Collins - a lifetime in journalism

    03/04/2021 Duration: 23min

    Long-serving reporter Simon Collins spoke to literally hundreds of people to cover major public issues. He also confronted his own bosses to defend journalism from cuts and compromises undermining the quality of journalism. As 45 years on the job come to an end, many reporters reckon we’ll never see another journalist like him (though he's not one of them)

  • Local current affairs with a heavy Aussie accent

    Local current affairs with a heavy Aussie accent

    03/04/2021 Duration: 07min

    TVNZ recently launched its first new local TV current affairs show for years. But A Current Affair has a heavy Australian accent - and the local content revolves around TVNZ’s other entertainment shows.

  • The Weekend Panel with Peter Dunne and Josie Pagani

    The Weekend Panel with Peter Dunne and Josie Pagani

    03/04/2021 Duration: 20min

    On the Weekend Panel this morning are the media commentator Josie Pagani and the former leader of United Future, Peter Dunne. They discuss the worth of daylight saving, homelessness in New Zealand, and the Covid vaccine rollout. 

  • One third of Kiwis want daylight saving system changed

    One third of Kiwis want daylight saving system changed

    03/04/2021 Duration: 06min

    This morning we put the clocks back again to signify the end of daylight saving. Not all countries do this, and there has been some recent discussion about whether New Zealand should revise our daylight saving system. 

  • The real risks and health benefits of cold-water swimming

    The real risks and health benefits of cold-water swimming

    03/04/2021 Duration: 17min

    Cold-water swimmers have long been known for espousing the benefits of cold-water dips. But is it all good? New Scientist writer and ex-Antarctic biologist Alison George has investigated whether cold-water swimming is good for you.

  • Making rules in the name of Covid-19

    Making rules in the name of Covid-19

    03/04/2021 Duration: 13min

    New Zealanders have been ordered about by the Government as part of its response to Covid-19 but who makes the rules and is anyone keeping an eye on those with the power? 

  • Chris Penk Covid Orders

    Chris Penk Covid Orders

    03/04/2021 Duration: 12min

    The latest from the House

  • Covid Orders Chris Hipkins

    Covid Orders Chris Hipkins

    03/04/2021 Duration: 11min

    The latest from the House

  • 2021 Easter Church Service

    2021 Easter Church Service

    03/04/2021 Duration: 01h06min

    From Holy Trinity Cathedral, Auckland, with the Revd Ivica Gregurec presiding, and the Very Revd Anne Mills preaching.

  • A Turning Tide

    A Turning Tide

    03/04/2021 Duration: 13min

    A small scale, commercial market gardening enterprise is feeding Raglan locals with a range of fresh vegetables.

  • Worlds of Music episode 225 features Pacific Music Pioneer Bill Sevesi

    Worlds of Music episode 225 features Pacific Music Pioneer Bill Sevesi

    03/04/2021 Duration: 53min

    Music from the world, for the world, hosted by Trevor Reekie.

  • Reb Fountain on her Nick Cave tribute show

    Reb Fountain on her Nick Cave tribute show

    03/04/2021 Duration: 12min

    Originally created to celebrate Nick Cave’s 60th birthday in 2017, the incredible Reb Fountain is bringing back her Nick Cave tribute show for one night only this month. The show will see Reb perform covers of her favourite Nick Cave songs, as well as her own material. Reb chats to Charlotte about her preparation for the show, her love of Nick Cave, and plays a beautiful cover.    

  • Saturday Morning Feedback

    Saturday Morning Feedback

    02/04/2021 Duration: 05min

    Kim reads out listener feedback on the show.

  • Danyl McLauchlan: Lifes big questions: Jordan Peterson

    Danyl McLauchlan: Life's big questions: Jordan Peterson

    02/04/2021 Duration: 17min

    Scientist and writer Danyl McLauchlan joins Kim to tackle life's big questions, ideas and thinkers. This week he's considering controversial Canadian clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson, author of 2018's super-selling self-help guide 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos. Peterson has recently released a follow up Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life. McLauchlan regularly contributes essays to The Spinoff and released his first collection, Tranquillity and Ruin in February of this year. He's also author of comic noir novels Unspeakable Secrets of the Aro Valley and Mysterious Mysteries of the Aro Valley.

  • Kevin Roose: How to be human in the age of automation

    Kevin Roose: How to be human in the age of automation

    02/04/2021 Duration: 33min

    New York Times technology columnist and host of the podcast Rabbit Hole, Kevin Roose is the author of Futureproof: 9 Rules for Humans in the Age of Automation, in which he lays out a vision for how humanity can live well in the age of machines. Roose says we don't need to become more like machines - hyper-efficient, data-driven workhorses - to survive. Instead, he says, we should focus on being more human and doing the kinds of creative, inspiring and meaningful things even the most advanced AI can't do.

  • Vic Crone: Paul Callaghans vision 10 years on

    Vic Crone: Paul Callaghan's vision 10 years on

    02/04/2021 Duration: 21min

    This week marks the 10th anniversary of the late Sir Paul Callaghan's legendary 'vision' speech at the McGuinness Institute event where he presented the idea of New Zealand becoming a place where talent wants to live and that 100 inspired entrepreneurs could turn this country around. Sir Paul talked about lifting our activities in science, technology and engineering and he advocated sustainability. The McGuinness Institute hosted a public webinar to mark the anniversary, reuniting many who were present on that day. The CEO of Callaghan Innovation, Vic Crone, assesses how far Aotearoa has come with Sir Paul's vision.

  • Helen OHara: Women vs Hollywood

    Helen O'Hara: Women vs Hollywood

    02/04/2021 Duration: 29min

    In her book Women vs Hollywood: The Fall and Rise of Women in Film Helen O'Hara explores the role of women - both in front of the camera and behind it - since the birth of Hollywood. The dawn of cinema saw women take the lead in many areas of film making, only to be pushed aside and their contributions written out of film history. Helen O'Hara sees the tide turning again with a new generation of women shaping some of the biggest films and demanding gender equality. Helen O'Hara is a film journalist who writes for Empire magazine and co-hosts The Empire Film Podcast.

  • Javier Blas: The World for Sale

    Javier Blas: The World for Sale

    02/04/2021 Duration: 20min

    Javier Blas is chief energy correspondent at Bloomberg News and coauthor of The World For Sale: Money, Power and the Traders Who Barter the Earth's Resources. The book aims to lift the lid on the billionaire commodity traders who buy, hoard and sell the earth's resources no matter how corrupt, famine-stricken or worn-torn the country they come from. Some traders also gain political power despite sanctions and regulations - helping Saddam Hussein to sell his oil, fuelling the Libyan rebel army during the Arab Spring, and funnelling cash to Vladimir Putin's Kremlin.

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