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09 June 2015

===12:04 AM. | All Night Programme===
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Including: 12:05 Music after Midnight; 12:30 Spectrum (RNZ); 1:05 From the World (RNZ); 2:05 Night Lights Classic Jazz - Jazz Standards with Ted Gioia (4 of 12, WFIU); 3:05 Bread and Roses, by Sonja Davies (1 of 15, RNZ); 3:30 An Author's View (RNZ); 5:10 Witness (BBC)

===6:00 AM. | Morning Report===
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Radio New Zealand's three-hour breakfast news show with news and interviews, bulletins on the hour and half-hour, including: 6:18 Pacific News 6:22 Rural News 6:27 and 8:45 Te Manu Korihi News 6:44 and 7:41 NZ Newspapers 6:47 Business News 7:42 and 8:34 Sports News 6:46 and 7:34 Traffic

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06:00
Top Stories for Tuesday 9 June 2015
BODY:
Scenes of complete shock and concern after a thousand tonne rockfall buries a North Canterbury digger driver. Relief from some local government leaders as plans for a Wellington supercity look set to be scrapped and Fonterra's feeling the squeeze as unhappy farmers look elsewhere for better deals.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 32'42"

06:06
Sports News for 9 June 2015
BODY:
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 1'52"

06:16
Pacific News for 9 June 2015
BODY:
The latest from the Pacific region.
Topics: Pacific
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 2'38"

06:20
Morning Rural News for 9 June 2015
BODY:
News from the rural and farming sectors.
Topics: rural, farming
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 4'05"

06:24
Dairy broker says Fonterra's milk supply share will shrink
BODY:
The country's biggest company, Fonterra, is losing farmer shareholders as rivals - many Chinese-owned - step in with better deals.
Topics: rural, farming
Regions:
Tags: Fonterra
Duration: 2'08"

06:27
Te Manu Korihi News for 9 June 2015
BODY:
Relationships Aotearoa is warning many of its Māori clients will face further trauma after it closes today. A specialist in social work is warning the Government's social bonds scheme will only harm Māori and Pasifika mental health patients; The Māori Medical Practictioners Association is backing calls for the introduction of a warrant of fitness for state housing after it was found a cold, damp home may have led to the death of a two-year-old.
Topics: te ao Maori
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 3'09"

06:39
Govt coming under more pressure not to back down on pledge
BODY:
As rescuers scramble to find the man buried under tonnes of rubble in a South Island quarry, the Government is under pressure not to back down on its pledge after the Pike River Mine disaster to tighten workplace safety regulations.
Topics: politics, law
Regions:
Tags: workplace safety, safety
Duration: 3'01"

06:47
Commerce Commission sees emerging risk in telco demand
BODY:
The Commerce Commission has warned that the battle among telecommunications firms to attract users may lift consumers' expectations to unrealistic levels.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Commerce Commission
Duration: 3'17"

06:50
Pumpkin Patch's shares fall
BODY:
Shares in the Pumpkin Patch have fallen 12 percent after the children's clothing retailer failed to find a suitable buyer.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Pumpkin Patch
Duration: 34"

06:50
Synlait forecasts conservative milk price
BODY:
The South Island-based, Synlait Milk, is confident dairy prices will pick up next year.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Synlait Milk
Duration: 1'21"

06:52
Lower New Zealand dollar is helping wine sales
BODY:
The lobby group for wine producers says the lower New Zealand dollar is helping sales
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: wine, New Zealand Winegrowers
Duration: 1'44"

06:54
IRD picks US company to rebuild its IT systems
BODY:
Inland Revenue has chosen an American company to provide the software for the upgrade of its aging information technology system.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Inland Revenue, IRD
Duration: 35"

06:54
Goodman says low interest rates mitigate economic risk
BODY:
Goodman Property Trust says the quality of its portfolio and low interest rates will cushion the company against any risk of a slowdown in economic activity
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Goodman Property Trust
Duration: 1'47"

06:56
Shortage of skilled workers forcing changes in recruitment
BODY:
A global shortage of highly skilled workers is forcing companies to rethink their recruitment strategies in order to attract top talent.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: PwC, skilled workers
Duration: 1'35"

06:58
Morning Markets for 9 June 2015
BODY:
On Wall St, stocks have fallen, with Apple dragging down the Nasday and S&P indexes.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: markets
Duration: 1'02"

07:07
Sports News for 9 June 2015
BODY:
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 1'55"

07:11
Quarry worker still trapped under rubble
BODY:
Search and rescue teams will resume efforts today to free a digger driver buried under tonnes of rock at a North Canterbury quarry.
Topics: business
Regions: Canterbury
Tags: North Canterbury quarry, quarry, Waikari
Duration: 3'16"

07:14
Quarry owners say need for their own health and safety rules
BODY:
The accident at the Waikari limeworks is the third major incident at a quarry since March.
Topics: business
Regions: Canterbury
Tags: North Canterbury quarry, quarry, Waikari
Duration: 7'16"

07:23
Wellington leaders say final supercity proposal is imminent
BODY:
Some Wellington mayors say a controversial plan to roll the region's nine councils into one is being thrown out.
Topics: politics
Regions: Wellington Region
Tags: supercity
Duration: 2'38"

07:25
Fonterra's supply pool shrinks as farmers desert it
BODY:
The country's biggest company, Fonterra, is losing farmer shareholders as rivals - many Chinese-owned - step in with better deals.
Topics: rural, farming
Regions:
Tags: Fonterra
Duration: 4'48"

07:34
Pistorius set for release after 10 months jail over killing
BODY:
Oscar Pistorius is set to be released from prison in August after serving just 10 months in jail for shooting dead his partner Reeva Steencamp.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: Oscar Pistorius, South Africa
Duration: 2'31"

07:37
Care needed of Relationships Aotearoa's sensitive files
BODY:
When Relationships Aotearoa closes today it will need to deal with the tens of thousands of sensitve case notes and files it holds on its clients.
Topics: health, law
Regions:
Tags: Relationships Aotearoa, privacy
Duration: 4'16"

07:41
New Zealand set to import medical plasma products
BODY:
There are plans for foreign donors to supply medical plasma products that help patients fight off infections.
Topics: health
Regions:
Tags: blood, plasma
Duration: 3'47"

07:48
Ayla Collins fight for life continues
BODY:
Jerry Collins' three month old daughter Ayla continues to fight for her life in a Montpellier hospital following the car crash on Friday which killed her father and mother Alana Madill.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: Jerry Collins, Ayla Collins
Duration: 3'32"

07:51
Auckland rural land speculators may get unwelcome news
BODY:
Speculators who've been buying land on Auckland's rural fringe may get a nasty surprise next month when the Auckland Council reveals just when subdivision might be possible.
Topics: housing
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: rural land, Speculators
Duration: 4'14"

07:56
School girl's message in a bottle finds its way ashore
BODY:
A message in a bottle penned by a ten year old schoolgirl 19 years ago has finally found its way to the Wairarapa coast
Topics: history
Regions: Wellington Region
Tags: message in a bottle
Duration: 4'11"

08:07
Sports News for 9 June 2015
BODY:
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 2'10"

08:11
Third major incident at a NZ quarry this year
BODY:
Search and rescue teams will continue working today to free a digger driver buried under tonnes of rock at a North Canterbury quarry.
Topics: business
Regions: Canterbury
Tags: North Canterbury quarry, quarry, Waikari
Duration: 4'36"

08:16
Union calls for immediate tightening on health and safety
BODY:
The President of the Council of Trade Unions, Helen Kelly, is in our Auckland studio.
Topics: business
Regions: Canterbury
Tags: North Canterbury quarry, quarry, Waikari
Duration: 5'12"

08:21
Wellington Super City announcement expected soon.
BODY:
An announcement to scrap a controversial plan to roll Wellington's nine councils into one Super City could be made this afternoon.
Topics: politics
Regions: Wellington Region
Tags: supercity
Duration: 1'57"

08:24
Dairy farmers leaving Fonterra for more attractive companies
BODY:
The country's biggest company, Fonterra, is losing farmer shareholders as its rivals offer them better deals.
Topics: farming, rural, business
Regions:
Tags: Fonterra
Duration: 4'15"

08:28
Lack of spoken language leaving children behind
BODY:
A literacy group in Auckland says some children are starting school with so few language skills, they don't even understand their own name when spoken to.
Topics: education
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: language skills, literacy
Duration: 3'21"

08:31
Markets Update for 9 June 2015
BODY:
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: markets
Duration: 50"

08:36
Road Cops hasn't saved TV3's ratings.
BODY:
It's been a little over a week since John Campbell left TV3 and Campbell Live was replaced by Road Cops.
Topics: media
Regions:
Tags: TV3, Road Cops
Duration: 3'56"

08:40
Labour wants public-service television broadcaster
BODY:
Labour has also wading into the broadcasting debate saying it wants a a new public-service television broadcaster if it becomes government
Topics: media, politics
Regions:
Tags: public-service television broadcaster, television
Duration: 4'30"

08:46
Te Manu Korihi News for 9 June 2015
BODY:
Relationships Aotearoa is warning many of its Māori clients will face further trauma after it closes today. The Māori Medical Practictioners Association is backing calls for the introduction of a warrant of fitness for state housing after it was found a cold, damp home may have led to the death of a two-year-old; A specialist in social work is warning the Government's social bonds scheme will only harm to Māori and Pasifika mental health patients.
Topics: te ao Maori
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 3'18"

08:49
Upstate New York prison escape
BODY:
The two convicted murderers who used power tools to break out of an upstate New York prison at the weekend may have had help on the inside.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: USA, prison escape, New York
Duration: 3'06"

08:53
Nearly 30 landowners could lose properties
BODY:
Nearly 30 landowners could potentially lose their properties in Wairarapa under plans for major irrigation schemes.
Topics: environment, politics
Regions: Wellington Region
Tags: irrigation schemes, Wairarapa
Duration: 3'10"

08:56
Gossiping could help you live longer
BODY:
Speaking about people behind their backs has long been considered something we shouldn't do.
Topics: life and society
Regions:
Tags: Gossip
Duration: 3'01"

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===9:06 AM. | Nine To Noon===
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Current affairs and topics of interest, including: 10:45 The Reading: Undercover Mumbai, by Ayeesha Menon (2 of 9, Goldhawk)

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09:08
Is Wellington's super city proposal set to be scuppered?
BODY:
The mayor of Porirua says the city is in a stalemate over amalgamation and the government needs to step in. The Local Government Commission is expected to announce its decision today on whether or not the 9 councils and regional council should merge - and many of the regions mayors are expecting the plan will be rejected. Nick Leggett is the mayor of Porirua City and Ray Wallace is the Hutt City Council's mayor.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: local government, super city, Wellington Region
Duration: 12'20"

09:20
Greece remains defiant on reform as debt restructure looms
BODY:
Tensions are ratcheting up between Greece and its creditors as its next debt repayment deadline looms. In a surprise move Athens missed a 300 million euro payment to the IMF last week, saying it would bundle all its payments into one. Greece has a 320 billion Euro debt and owes 240 billion Euros to its creditors in a deal that expires at the end of this month. But as a deal is hammered out to restructure the bailout, Greece is remaining defiant with its Prime Minsister Alexis Tsipras calling the creditors' new reform demands "absurd". The European Union, the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank are asking Greece to cut pensions, government jobs and tax rebates and open up more private sector investment.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: Greece, Grexit, bailout
Duration: 8'49"

09:33
Ruatoria locals try to save their only bank
BODY:
Westpac is proposing the closure of its Ruatoria branch - which means locals would have to travel to Gisborne to do their banking. Bill Burdett has lived in Ruatoria for more than 60 years, He's been a Gisborne District Councillor for five terms for the Waiapu-Matakaoa ward and says the loss of the sole remaining bank would be devastating to the wider community. Eddie Clark is a local businessman and owns K and M Contractors, he says locals are browned off.
Topics: money, business
Regions: East Coast
Tags: Bill Burdett, Eddie Clarke, Ruatoria, Westpac bank
Duration: 12'34"

09:48
US correspondent, Steve Almond
BODY:
The transition of Bruce Jenner into Caitlyn Jenna. The Democrats election primarys. Reality TV show - The Briefcase.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: USA, news
Duration: 11'29"

10:06
Mothers and daughters - the good, the bad and the guilty
BODY:
Natasha Fennell is the co-author of the book The Daughterhood with Roisin Ingle. When Natasha Fennell's mother was diagnosed with a progressive illness, she wasn't ready to deal with the inevitability of what this would bring. She wondered, had she been a good enough daughter? She began her research and quickly learned that other daughters had similar fears and had never spoken about them before. Love for their mothers, regret for opportunities missed, resentments and emotional complexities all bubbled to the surface. Along with Roisin Ingle, who is an Irish Times columnist they formed The Daughterhood, a gathering of women talking about their mothers - the book was born out of that.
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When Natasha Fennell's mother was diagnosed with a progressive illness, she wasn't ready to deal with the inevitability of what this would bring. She wondered, had she been a good enough daughter?
She began her research and quickly learned that other daughters had similar fears and had never spoken about them before. Love for their mothers, regret for opportunities missed, resentments and emotional complexities all bubbled to the surface.
Along with Roisin Ingle, who is an Irish Times columnist they formed The Daughterhood, a gathering of women talking about their mothers. A book of the same name followed.
Natasha Fennell talks to Kathryn Ryan about the good, the bad and the guilty.
Book: The Daughterhood by Natasha Fennell and Roisin Ingle, published by Simon and Schuster.
Topics: author interview
Regions:
Tags: Natasha Fennell, Roisin Ingle, The Daughterhood, mothers and daughters, relationships, family
Duration: 27'21"

10:38
NZ Literature review - A Place To Go On From
BODY:
'A Place To Go On From: The Collected Poems of Iain Lonie', published by Otago University Press, edited by David Howard and reviewed by Harry Ricketts.
Topics: books
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 7'52"

11:06
Business commentator Rod Oram
BODY:
Rod Oram discusses Z Energy to purchase Caltex; and David Jones' taking over Kirkcaldie and Stains.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 13'20"

11:20
Matthias Bittner on his 'War of Lies' documentary
BODY:
In 2003 the lies of one man, Rafid Ahmed Alwan Al-Janabi, were used to unleash war on Iraq. Why did he do it? We ask Matthias Bittner the German filmmaker whose interview with Al-Janabi is the basis of his latest documentary, War of Lies, that's been screening as part of the Documentary Edge festival.
Topics: arts, politics, media
Regions:
Tags: documentary, film, Iraq, war, Matthias Bittner, Rafid Ahmed Alwan Al-Janabi
Duration: 24'06"

11:44
Media commentator, Gavin Ellis
BODY:
Gavin Ellis discusses Maori TV, 3 News Ratings, sponsorship and news. Gavin Ellis is a media commentator and former editor of the New Zealand Herald. He can be contacted on gavin.ellis@xtra.co.nz.
Topics: media
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 15'32"

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09:05 Is Wellington's super city proposal set to be scuppered?
The mayor of Porirua says the city is in a stalemate over amalgamation and the government needs to step in. The Local Government Commission is expected to announce its decision today on whether or not the 9 councils and regional council should merge - and many of the regions mayors are expecting the plan will be rejected. Nick Leggett is the mayor of Porirua City and Ray Wallace is the Hutt City Council's mayor.
09:20 Greece remains defiant on reform as debt restructure looms
Tensions are ratcheting up between Greece and its creditors as its next debt repayment deadline looms. In a surprise move Athens missed a 300 million euro payment to the IMF last week, saying it would bundle all its payments into one. Greece has a 320 billion Euro debt and owes 240 billion Euros to its creditors in a deal that expires at the end of this month. (June 30) But as a deal is hammered out to restructure the bailout, Greece is remaining defiant with its Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras calling the creditors' new reform demands "absurd". The European Union, the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank are asking Greece to cut pensions, government jobs and tax rebates and open up more private sector investment. The Guardian's Helena Smith reports.
09:30 Ruatoria locals try to save their only bank
Westpac is proposing the closure of its Ruatoria branch - which means locals would have to travel to Gisborne to do their banking. Bill Burdett has lived in Ruatoria for more than 60 years, He's been a Gisborne District Councillor for five terms for the Waiapu-Matakaoa ward and says the loss of the sole remaining bank would be devastating to the wider community. Eddie Clark is a local businessman and owns K and M Contractors, he says locals are browned off.
09:45 US correspondent, Steve Almond
10:05 Mothers and daughters - the good, the bad and the guilty
Natasha Fennell is the co-author of the book The Daughterhood with Roisin Ingle. When Natasha Fennell's mother was diagnosed with a progressive illness, she wasn't ready to deal with the inevitability of what this would bring. She wondered, had she been a good enough daughter? She began her research and quickly learned that other daughters had similar fears and had never spoken about them before. Love for their mothers, regret for opportunities missed, resentments and emotional complexities all bubbled to the surface. Along with Roisin Ingle, who is an Irish Times columnist they formed The Daughterhood, a gathering of women talking about their mothers – the book was born out of that.
Book: The Daughterhood by Natasha Fennell and Roisin Ingle, published by Simon and Schuster, RRP $32.99.
10:30 NZ Literature review - A Place To Go On From: The Collected Poems of Iain Lonie
Published by Otago University Press, RRP $50.00. Edited by David Howard. Reviewed by Harry Ricketts.
10:45 The Reading: Undercover Mumbai, by Ayeesha Menon
Inspector Alia Khan, a young detective in the Mumbai Police Force, faces many obstacles as she attempts to solve a series of crimes, make sense of her troubled past and cope with being a woman in a chauvinistic, male-dominated police force (2 of 9, Goldhawk) Note: audio is not available for this programme.
11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram
Rod Oram discusses Z Energy to purchase Caltex; and David Jones' taking over Kirkcaldie and Stains.
11:20 Matthias Bittner on his 'War of Lies' documentary
In 2003 the lies of one man, Rafid Ahmed Alwan Al-Janabi, were used to unleash war on Iraq. Why did he do it? We ask Matthias Bittner the German filmmaker whose interview with Al-Janabi is the basis of his latest documentary, War of Lies, that's been screening as part of the Documentary Edge festival.
11:45 Media commentator, Gavin Ellis
Gavin Ellis discusses Maori TV, 3 News Ratings, sponsorship and news. Gavin Ellis is a media commentator and former editor of the New Zealand Herald. He can be contacted on gavin.ellis@xtra.co.nz.

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Artist: The Milk Carton Kids
Song: The City of Our Lady
Composer:
Album: Monterey
Label:
Time: 9.30
Artist: Anna Coddington
Song: Bird In Hand
Composer:
Album: Single from 2013
Label:
Time: 9.45
Artist: Greg Johnson Set
Song: Isabelle
Composer:
Album: Everyday Distortions
Label:
Time: 10.35

===Noon | Midday Report===
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Radio New Zealand news, followed by updates and reports until 1.00pm, including: 12:16 Business News 12:26 Sport 12:34 Rural News 12:43 Worldwatch

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12:00
Midday News for 9 June 2015
BODY:
Hurunui's mayor confirms the digger driver buried in a landslide owns the quarry and the Government records paper-thin surplus despite earlier Budget projections.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 15'23"

12:17
Carter Holt Harvey delays market listing
BODY:
The owner of Carter Holt Harvey has delayed its plans to list on the New Zealand and Australian sharemarkets, due to uncertainty about the future earnings of the Australian timber business.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: Carter Holt Harvey
Duration: 52"

12:18
Property values up in Auckland
BODY:
Property values are continuing to rise, led by steep gains in Auckland.
Topics: business, economy
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: property, Property values
Duration: 49"

12:19
Govt books move into surplus
BODY:
The government's book's have moved back into surplus.
Topics: business, economy, politics
Regions:
Tags: surplus
Duration: 35"

12:20
Wynyard to raise $45 million: shares in trading halt
BODY:
Wynyard Group's shares have been placed in a trading halt as it aims to raise $45 million, as part of its expansion plans.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: Wynyard Group
Duration: 1'03"

12:21
Truckometer slows in May
BODY:
The latest traffic report has indicated tougher times ahead for the economy.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: economic growth
Duration: 1'09"

12:23
Apple reveals new music streaming service
BODY:
Apple has revealed its new music streaming service, at the company's annual conference for developers in the United States.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: Apple
Duration: 1'17"

12:25
Airline bosses predict low oil prices will boost profits
BODY:
The International Air Transport Association, or IATA, lifted its forecast of global profits by more than 17% to $29.3 billion this year.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: International Air Transport Association
Duration: 55"

12:27
Midday Markets for 9 June 2015
BODY:
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Belinda Stanley at Craigs Investment Partners.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: markets
Duration: 2'06"

12:28
Midday Sports News for 9 June 2015
BODY:
The New Zealand cricket captain Brendon McCullum believes batsman Ross Taylor will play a vital role in the five match one-day series against England which starts tonight in Birmingham. The Manu Samoa rugby coach Stephen Betham says they are keen to pay tribute to former All Black Jerry Collins at next months historic test against New Zealand in Apia.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 2'39"

12:34
Midday Rural News for 9 June 2015
BODY:
News from the rural and farming sectors.
Topics: rural, farming
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 8'38"

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===1:06 PM. | Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm===
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Information and debate, people and places around NZ

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13:10
Your song - You're My Best Friend
BODY:
Jean Silver is the author of "Ellie: The Dog with the Loving Heart", about a rescue dog. Her song is "You're My Best friend" by Queen.
Topics: music, author interview
Regions:
Tags: Humane Society of New Zealand
Duration: 11'46"

13:20
TV review with Phil Wallington
BODY:
Phil Wallington on Road Cops replacing Campbell Live.
Topics: media
Regions:
Tags: television
Duration: 13'51"

13:30
Music review with Zac Arnold
BODY:
Music producer Zac Arnold looks at music in films.
Topics: music, arts
Regions:
Tags: film
Duration: 10'47"

13:45
Book review with Cushla McKinney
BODY:
Cushla McKinney reviews "Find Me" by Laura van den Berg, and "The Dead lands" by Benjamin Percy.
Topics: books
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 7'51"

13:55
Web review with Daniela Maoate-Cox
BODY:
Daniela Maoate-Cox on Browser extensions, apps and websites.
Topics: internet
Regions:
Tags: web, apps, applications, browser extensions
Duration: 5'20"

14:08
Wellington Super City
BODY:
Draft proposals to amalgamate councils in Wellington and councils in Northland have been thrown out. The Local Government Commission has said it would not proceed with draft proposals in Wellington and Northland, and would return to those communities to work with them on options for change. Sandra Preston is the chief executive officer at Local Government Commission.
Topics:
Regions: Wellington Region
Tags: Wellington Super City
Duration: 6'09"

14:14
Giant Tuna Catch World Record- Donna Pascoe
BODY:
Auckland angler Donna Pascoe has taken out the Best World Record award in Florida. She did it by catching a whopping 411.6kg Pacific bluefin tuna. It is the largest fish ever caught by a female on rod and reel in New Zealand. Voters from throughout the world decided her four-hour battle was worthy of international recognition.
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Auckland angler Donna Pascoe has taken out the Best World Record award in Florida. She did it by catching a whopping 411.6kg Pacific bluefin tuna. It is the largest fish ever caught by a female on rod and reel in New Zealand. Voters from throughout the world decided her four-hour battle was worthy of international recognition.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: Best World Record, Donna Pascoe
Duration: 15'36"

14:45
Feature Album - Blondie
BODY:
The 1976 debut from new wave darlings Blondie; "Blondie".
Topics: music
Regions:
Tags: Blondie
Duration: 12'54"

15:10
One half of all marriages in New Zealand end in divorce
BODY:
When parents divorce or separate, children under the age of 4 should remain with their primary caregiver, usually the mother, until a deep attachment is formed with both parents says world renowned British parenting expert and research psychologist, Dr Penelope Leach.
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When parents divorce or separate children under the age of 4 should remain with their primary caregiver, usually the mother, until a deep attachment is formed with both parents says world renowned British parenting expert and research psychologist, Dr Penelope Leach.
Dr Leach says 50/50 custody can be harmful to a child’s development. “It all depends on the relationship that the child and the parent had before,” says Dr Leach.
“I’m not anti-father, I’m anti-caregivers who don’t know their children. It’s almost like being sent off with a foster parent”.
Dr Leach is critical of 50/50 custody arrangements that are often the default position in courts without considering who the baby is attached to.
“One of the things that is bad luck for the guys is that attachment begins in the womb. And therefore the very first attachment has got to be to the owner of the womb and that’s not him that’s her. I can’t do anything about that sorry if it looks unfair but that’s just the way biology is,” says Dr Leach.
She says it is possible for fathers to develop this level of attachment and offers advice for separating parents in her new book, When Parents Part: How Mothers and Fathers Can Help Their Child.
Parents play a vital role in the brain development of their children from birth says Dr. Leach. She says it has nothing to do with the gender of the parent, but about the relationship. She says biochemically, links forming between neurons occur at an astonishing rate in the first year of life.
“Because it’s all happening so quickly it’s very vulnerable to things going wrong. The younger the baby is the more important these relationship issues are. If a baby has a lot of fear separation that affects the way the brain ends up and it lasts for life” Dr Leach warns.
Children whose parents have separated talked to Dr Leach about their view of divorce and separation.
“One of the messages from children ages 6 to 13 years is a desire not to be confided in by parents particularly about affairs and misery,“ says Dr. Leach.
She says it usually works best for child can keep their parenting and partnership separate and not to take sides.
Dr. Leach acknowledges that what she advocates is not easy. One thing, she says, can make an enormous difference.
“Try to go within living within easy walking distance from each other. Nothing makes more difference to keeping arrangements for th children relatively easy than geography."
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15:45
The Panel pre-show for 9 June 2015
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21:06
Getting Wet and Experiencing Marine Reserves
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Since 2002 the Experiencing Marine Reserves programme has been taking primary school students snorkelling so they can see for themselves how effective marine protection is
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By Alison Ballance
“The formula is – give them a bit of information, give them an amazing experience and then get them to put it into action in some way. And after they’ve done that the kids really can tell you a whole lot about what’s different inside and outside a marine reserve.”
Zoe Studd, Experiencing Marine Reserves co-ordinator, Wellington

Since 2002 the Experiencing Marine Reserves programme has been taking primary school students around the country to snorkel inside and outside marine reserves, so they can see for themselves how effective marine protection is. The kids snorkel first in an unprotected area, and they find this exciting as for many of them it is their first experience of snorkelling in the sea. But the biggest excitement comes when they open their eyes underwater in a marine reserve, and find it teeming with life. “We’re really lucky because we’ve got Taputeranga Marine Reserve right on our back door step,” says Wellington Experiencing Marine Reserves (EMR) co-ordinator Zoe Studd.
Teacher ‘Mr Matt’, as he is known to his class of year 5 and 6 pupils at St Anne’s School in Newtown, says he and his class “have been learning about marine reserves, and how we can protect our sea life so that there’s plenty around for generations to come.”
“We snorkelled last week at Worser Bay beach, which is an unprotected area. And even though for many of us it was our first time seeing the mussels, a little bit of seaweed and a couple of spotties, and it was really exciting, I’ve been fortunate to do it before and I know that what we’re going to see today [in Taputeranga Marine Reserve] is going to blow their minds, because there’s lots out there.”
Julian Hodge is Discovery Programme Manager for the Island Bay Marine Education Centre, which hosts the EMR programme at Taputeranga, and he says that the programme is a great way introducing adults, as well as pupils, to the concept of marine protection. For safety, each buddy pair of children go out in the water with an adult, who might be a marine biology student volunteer, or a teacher aide or parent from the school. “Not only does it help us with the supervision and the safety aspect but also we know the programme is reaching more than just the kids. It’s a double good for us when we get so many parents and aunties and uncles coming along as well.”
The St Anne’s School students I spoke to after the marine reserve snorkel were excited about what they had seen, including several large eagle rays and associated cleaner fish, as well as large paua, blue cod, spotties, kina, blue moki and other fish. They all commented on how much more they saw in the marine reserve than at unprotected Worser Bay.
One of the parent helpers said she had never done anything like it before.
“It was so cool. And it was amazing that it was so close to the actual beach – and there’s all that sea life that I didn’t realise was so accessible. I’m so pleased I took the day off work!”

The Experiencing Marine Reserves programme is time-consuming to run as each school takes part for about a week in total, over the course of a term. The programme begins with a class session learning about the sea. Then, learning to snorkel in a local pool, when students discover how a dive mask lets them see underwater, they experience breathing through a snorkel, and they learn about underwater safety. The safety essentials include sticking together with their buddy pair, signs to indicate that they’re okay, and understanding whistle signals from the shore.
After their snorkel in an unprotected area followed by one in a protected area the students work on action plans and creative projects. Zoe says a previous class made ‘Seed to Sea’ envelopes, containing seeds suitable to plant along streams and waterways, in an effort to prevent sediment running into the sea. Art works, songs and dance have also been used by the students to express their experience. One of the students from St Anne’s school, Enzo Rabino, won the Experiencing Marine Reserves Boddy Stafford Poor Knights Competition, which involved him in a snorkelling trip to the Poor Knights Islands Marine Reserve.
The Wellington Experiencing Marine Reserves programme worked with three schools during the first term of 2015. Houghton Valley School were also involved in an ongoing marine reserve monitoring programme. The programme provides all the wet suits and snorkel equipment for the students and adults.
As well as Experiencing Marine Reserves Zoe Studd is also involved in two other hands-on outdoor education projects: Healthy Harbours Porirua, and Whitebait Connection, which has previously featured on Our Changing World.
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Duration: 14'11"

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1:10 Your Song
Queen - You're My Best freind. Chosen by Jean Silver.
1:20 The Critics
TV: Phil Wallington
Music: Zac Arnold
Books: Cushla McKinney
Online: Daniela Maoate-Cox
2:10 Super City - Sandra Preston
The Local Government Commission has announced it will not proceed with draft proposals for local government reorganisation in Wellington and Northland.
2:20 Giant Tuna Catch World Record- Donna Pascoe
Auckland angler, Donna Pascoe, has taken out the Best World Record award in Florida. She did it by catching a whopping 411.6kg Pacific bluefin tuna. It is the largest fish ever caught by a female on rod and reel in New Zealand. And voters from throughout the world, decided her four-hour battle was worthy of international recognition.
2:30 NZ Reading - One Flat Coyote
Karen gets Wanuskewin and dancing. Ken gets to be in a car show and bug guts.
2:45 Feature album
Blondie - Blondie (1976)
3:10 Feature interview - Penelope Leach
A world renowned child psychologist tackles one of the biggest issues facing families today. Divorce. Only half of all children in many Western countries lives with both parents by the time they reach the age of 16. Dr Penelope Leach says dividing time equally between parents can harm children under the age of 4. Her controversial advice is angering Father's rights groups.
3:35 Experiencing Marine Reserves - Alison Ballance
Experiencing Marine Reserves is a nation-wide programme for primary schools that introduces kids to snorkelling and marine protection. Alison Ballance heads to Wellington's Taputeranga Marine Reserve with Mr Matt's class from St Anne's School in Newtown, as the students and their adult helpers don wetsuits, masks and snorkels and put their heads under the water to look for fish and other marine life.
Stories from Our Changing World.
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show
What the world is talking about. With Jim Mora, Noelle McCarthy, Tim Watkin and Josie McNaught.

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Tuesday 9 June 2015
YOUR SONG:
ARTIST: Queen
TITLE: You're My Best Friend
COMP: Deacon/Queen
ALBUM: A Night At The Opera
LABEL: PARLOPHONE
THE CRITICS:
ARTIST: The Who
TITLE: My Generation
COMP: Townshend
ALBUM: My Generation
LABEL: MCA

ARTIST: Girlpool
TITLE: Ideal World
COMP: Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad
ALBUM: Before The World Was Big
LABEL: Wichita
FEATURE ALBUM:
ARTIST: Blondie
TITLE: X Offender
COMP: Debbie Harry / Marty Thau / Gary Valentine
ALBUM: Blondie
LABEL: CHRYSALIS
ARTIST: Blondie
TITLE: Rip Her To Shreds
COMP: Debbie Harry / Chris Stein / Marty Thau
ALBUM: Blondie
LABEL: CHRYSALIS
ARTIST: Blondie
TITLE: In The Flesh
COMP: Debbie Harry / Chris Stein / Marty Thau
ALBUM: Blondie
LABEL: CHRYSALIS
ARTIST: Blondie
TITLE: A Shark In Jets Clothing
COMP: Jimmy Destri / Marty Thau
ALBUM: Blondie
LABEL: CHRYSALIS
THE PANEL:
ARTIST: Louis Clark conducting the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
TITLE: Hooked On Classics (Parts 1 and 2)
COMP: (Various)
ALBUM: Hooked On Classics
LABEL: RCA

===4:06 PM. | The Panel===
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An hour of discussion featuring a range of panellists from right along the opinion spectrum (RNZ)

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15:45
The Panel pre-show for 9 June 2015
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Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.
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Duration: 14'02"

16:06
The Panel with Tim Watkin and Josie McNaught (Part 1)
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Topics - Local government expert Peter McKinlay joins the Panel to discuss the not so super ending to the idea of council amalgamation in the Wellington region. Barack Obama says the US does not yet have a "complete strategy" for helping Iraq regain territory from Islamic State. What if Iraq and Syria were left to their own devices without the West? The co-founder of the Community Energy Action Charitable Trust in Christchurch talks to the Panel about heating in homes and the idea of Warrants of Fitness.
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Duration: 27'42"

16:07
The Panel with Tim Watkin and Josie McNaught (Part 2)
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Topics - Classical music can lower blood pressure, improve memory and reduce pain. As the government avoids facing legislation around assisted dying a counsellor in Perth operates sessions called Death Cafe. We talk to Ava Reyerson about why people want to discuss dying over coffee. A news story about apparent rivalry between two female TVNZ presenters. Really?
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Duration: 21'42"

16:09
Panel Intro
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What the Panelists Josie McNaught and Tim Watkin have been up to.
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16:13
Wellington super city
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Local government expert Peter McKinlay joins the Panel to discuss the not so super ending to the idea of council amalgamation in the Wellington region.
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Duration: 11'55"

16:23
US in Iraq
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Barack Obama says the US does not yet have a "complete strategy" for helping Iraq regain territory from Islamic State. What if Iraq and Syria were left to their own devices without the West?
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Duration: 3'29"

16:28
Housing WOF
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The co-founder of the Community Energy Action Charitable Trust in Christchurch talks to the Panel about heating in homes and the idea of Warrants of Fitness.
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Duration: 8'10"

16:35
Music and health
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Classical music can lower blood pressure, improve memory and reduce pain.
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16:42
Panel Says
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What the Panelists Josie McNaught and Tim Watkin have been thinking about.
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16:50
Talking about death
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As the government avoids facing legislation around assisted dying a counsellor in Perth operates sessions called Death Cafe. We talk to Ava Reyerson about why people want to discuss dying over coffee.
Topics: life and society, law
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Duration: 7'27"

16:57
TV presenter "rivalry"
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A news story about apparent rivalry between two female TVNZ presenters. Really?
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Duration: 06"

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===5:00 PM. | Checkpoint===
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Radio New Zealand's two-hour news and current affairs programme

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Checkpoint Top Stories for Tuesday 9 June 2015
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Police hope to get body out of digger tonight, RNZ reporter is in Waikari - North Canterbury quarry, Worksafe responds - North Canterbury quarry, Minister approves cannabis oil for teen in coma, Southern DHB board has days to avoid being sacked, WGTN super council off the cards and Tourist driver who killed 5 year old sentenced.
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Duration: 22'16"

17:08
Police hope to get body out of digger tonight
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Rescuers have reached the top of a digger where a man is presumed dead after more than a thousand tonnes of rock crashed onto his machine at his North Canterbury quarry.
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Regions: Canterbury
Tags: Murray Taylor, North Canterbury quarry
Duration: 1'22"

17:11
RNZ reporter is in Waikari - North Canterbury quarry
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Our reporter Georgina Stylianou is in Waikari.
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Regions: Canterbury
Tags: North Canterbury quarry, Heathstock Haulage lime quarry
Duration: 2'50"

17:14
Worksafe responds - North Canterbury quarry
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Brett Murray is Worksafe's general manager of High Hazards.
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Regions: Canterbury
Tags: Murray Taylor, North Canterbury quarry, WorkSafe, Heathstock Haulage lime quarry
Duration: 4'17"

17:18
Minister approves cannabis oil for teen in coma
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A Nelson teenager who has been in an induced coma for weeks can now be given medicinal marijuana.
Topics: health, law
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Duration: 3'26"

17:21
Southern DHB board has days to avoid being sacked
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The debt-laden Southern District Health Board has till Thursday to make its case to the Government to avoid being sacked and replaced by a commissioner.
Topics: health, politics
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Tags: Southern District Health Board
Duration: 2'58"

17:25
WGTN super council off the cards
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A super city for Wellington has been canned.
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Regions: Wellington Region
Tags: Wellington Super City
Duration: 2'39"

17:27
Asbestos scare shuts down Christchurch pipe work
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An asbestos scare has shut down a work site by a busy footpath and road in central Christchurch.
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Regions: Canterbury
Tags: EPMU, asbestos, asbestos scare
Duration: 2'50"

17:33
Evening Business for 9 June 2015
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News from the business sector including a market report.
Topics: business, economy
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Duration: 2'11"

17:36
Tourist driver who killed 5 year old sentenced
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A tourist driver who killed a five year Oamaru girl has been jailed for 18 months and must pay more than $60, 000 in reparations.
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Tags: tourist driver, Dunedin District Court
Duration: 4'22"

17:40
Gov urged to stregthen quarry safety rules
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Opposition parties say it's alarming quarries in New Zealand are virtually unregulated because of the Government's hands-off approach to workplace safety.
Topics: law, politics
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Tags: workplace safety, quarries
Duration: 2'38"

17:43
Political editor on work safety legislation
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Political Editor Brent Edwards on workplace safety law.
Topics: law, politics
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Tags: workplace safety, quarries
Duration: 3'30"

17:48
More accusations over who stabbed a dairy owner
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One of the boys accused of taking part in a fatal dairy robbery told the police it was his friend who stabbed the dairy owner.
Topics: crime
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: Kumar trial, Auckland
Duration: 3'14"

17:50
Foreign investment crackdown in Australia
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The Australian government is investigating nearly 200 cases of foreign investment and is offering a grace period for lawbreakers who turn themselves in.
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Duration: 4'16"

17:54
Call for changes to Māori palliative care
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A group of academics is calling for more rigorous training to ensure Māori receive better care at the end of their lives.
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Duration: 3'04"

18:06
Sports News for 9 June 2015
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An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
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Duration: 3'16"

18:12
More details emerging over quarry operation
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More details are emerging about the North Canterbury quarry where the police are hoping to get to the body of Murray Taylor tonight.
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Regions: Canterbury
Tags: North Canterbury quarry
Duration: 3'00"

18:16
Teen's mother on all-clear for cannabis oil
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The Government's opened the way for a Nelson teenager locked in a coma to be given medicinal marijuana.
Topics: law, health, politics
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Tags: medical cannabis, Alex Renton
Duration: 4'40"

18:20
Govt might make surplus after all
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An apparent turn-around in the Government's finances has raised the possibility it might make surplus this year after all.
Topics: politics
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Duration: 2'36"

18:25
Girl's family tell of their anguish at driver's sentencing
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At an emotion-charged sentencing in Dunedin, a tourist who killed a 5 year old girl by driving on the wrong side of the road has been sent to prison for 18 months. [regions Otago
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Duration: 3'32"

18:34
Cruise ship CCTV reveals couple's plunge
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In Australia an inquest has heard how a paramedic jumped off a cruise ship to try to save his girlfriend, plunging six stories into the ocean.
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Tags: Australia, Paul Rossington, Kristen Schroder
Duration: 3'53"

18:39
Commando raid snares IS secrets
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A Delta Force commando raid on Islamic State last month has snared a treasure trove of secrets about how the terrorists operate.
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Tags: Islamic State, Delta Force
Duration: 3'58"

18:45
Locals stare down developers at Coromandel beach
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Locals have stared down developers at an unspoilt Coromandel beach.
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Regions: Waikato
Tags: Thames-Coromandel District Council
Duration: 2'43"

18:49
Te Manu Korihi News for 9 June 2015
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A group of academics is calling for more rigorous training to ensure Māori receive better care at the end of their lives; A South Wairarapa Māori Standing committee representative is disappointed plans have been scrapped to create a supercity council for the Greater Wellington region; The widely respected Te Arawa orator Mauriora Kingi was laid to rest today after being mourned for four days at Te Pakira Marae in Rotorua.
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Duration: 3'33"

18:53
Parliamentary inquiry on euthanasia looks more likely
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Parliament's Justice and Electoral committee looks likely to consider holding an inquiry into euthanasia, but its members are already clearly split.
Topics: politics, law
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Tags: euthanasia, assisted dying
Duration: 2'44"

18:54
Apple announces new streaming app and 24/7 radio station
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Apple's announced a big new app that combines streaming songs and music videos with an internet radio station.
Topics: technology
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Duration: 3'58"

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===7:06 PM. | Nights===
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Entertainment and information, including:
7:30 The Sampler: A weekly review and analysis of new CD releases (RNZ)
8:13 Windows on the World: International public radio features and documentaries
9:06 The Tuesday Feature: Queen Salote Tupou III Lecture
Tonga's former Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Malia Viviena 'Alisi Numia Taumoepeau offers reflections on law, democracy, Pacific traditions, and Tongan political culture.
http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/queen-salote-tupou-III-lecture
9:40pm The Kingdom of Tonga
A short story in which Travel writer Graeme Lay recalls the Miss Ha'apai Tonga contest and other experiences from a visit to Tonga during the reign of King Tāufaʻahau Tupou IV.

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19:12
Our Own Odysseys - Home Exchanges
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Alternative (and affordable) ways to explore the world, such as taking part in a home exchange, with Croatian-born globe trotter Tom Perko who is currently on a home exchange in Queenstown.
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Alternative (and affordable) ways to explore the world, such as taking part in a home exchange, with Croatian-born globe trotter Tom Perko who is currently on a home exchange in Queenstown.
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Tags: odysseys, home exchange.
Duration: 20'01"

20:42
Philosophy
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Philosopher at large, Ann Kerwin muses often on why we think what we do. Plato at the Googleplex, Why Philosophy Won't Go Away - Rebecca Goldstein's approach to philosophy.
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Tags: philosophy, Plato, Plato at the Googleplex, Rebecca Goldstein.
Duration: 15'00"

20:59
Conundrum Clue 3.
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Listen in on Friday night for the answer.
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Duration: 25"

21:49
Tonga
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RNZI Journalist Indira Moala on the upcoming coronation of Tonga's King George Tupou VI.
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Tags: Tonga, King George Tupou VI, coronation.
Duration: 10'45"

21:59
Conundrum Clue 4.
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Listen in on Friday night for the answer
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Duration: 20"

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7:10 Our Own Odysseys - Home Exchanges
Alternative (and affordable) ways to explore the world, such as taking part in a home exchange, with Croatian-born globe trotter Tom Perko who is currently on a home exchange in Queenstown.
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7:30 The Sampler

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19:30
The Sampler for 9 June 2015
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This week in The Sampler Nick Bollinger reviews a new collaboration between iconoclastic jazz trio The Bad Plus and saxophone virtuoso Joshua Redman, and a set of trans-Atlantic folksongs from Eliza Carthy and Tim Eriksen, while Melody Thomas discusses the self-reinvention of former Australian teen rocker Daniel Johns.
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The Bad Plus. Photo supplied.
This week in The Sampler Nick Bollinger reviews a new collaboration between iconoclastic jazz trio The Bad Plus and saxophone virtuoso Joshua Redman, and a set of trans-Atlantic folksongs from Eliza Carthy and Tim Eriksen, while Melody Thomas discusses the self-reinvention of former Australian teen rocker Daniel Johns.
Topics: music
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Tags: music review, music, Eliza Carthy, The Bad Plus, Joshua Redman, Daniel Johns, Silverchair
Duration: 25'18"

19:30
Bottle by Eliza Carthy and Tim Eriksen
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Nick Bollinger listens to a set of trans-Atlantic folksongs from Eliza Carthy and Tim Eriksen.
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Nick Bollinger listens to a set of trans-Atlantic folksongs from Eliza Carthy and Tim Eriksen.
English singer and fiddler Eliza Carthy and American folklorist and multi-instrumentalist Tim Eriksen are a couple of the finest living repositories of folk song on the planet. Joining forces for the first time, they have made an album that celebrates the transmigration of song from the British Isles to North America, with the finesse of lifelong scholars and the passionate energy of punk rockers.
Songs Featured: Prodigal Son,Buffalo, Cats and Dogs, Castles By The Sea, Sweet Susan, The Traveller
Listen to more from The Sampler

Topics: music
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Tags: music review, music, Eliza Carthy, Folk music
Duration: 8'13"

19:30
The Bad Plus Joshua Redman by The Bad Plus and Joshua Redman
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Nick Bollinger reviews a new collaboration between iconoclastic jazz trio The Bad Plus and saxophone virtuoso Joshua Redman.
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Nick Bollinger reviews a new collaboration between iconoclastic jazz trio The Bad Plus and saxophone virtuoso Joshua Redman.
Jazz trio The Bad Plus are known for their adventurous explorations of unexpected material; try their versions of Black Sabbath’s ‘Iron Man’ or David Bowie’s ‘Life On Mars’. Now, for the first time on disc, they team up with tenor sax virtuoso Joshua Redman for a set of mostly new originals, combining rhythmically and melodically intricate composition with expansive improvisation.
Songs Featured: As This Moment Slips Away, Beauty Has It Hard, Dirty Blonde, The Mending, County Seat
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Topics: music
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Tags: music review, music, The Bad Plus, Joshua Redman, jazz
Duration: 7'49"

19:30
Talk by Daniel Johns
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Melody Thomas discusses the self-reinvention of former Australian teen rocker Daniel Johns.
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Melody Thomas discusses the self-reinvention of former Australian teen rocker Daniel Johns.
Once upon a time famous as teen Australia’s answer to Kurt Cobain, Daniel Johns spent 12 years fronting rock band Silverchair - or as the Australian media described them Nirvana in Pyjamas. Talk is the singer’s solo debut, and the sound is beyond surprising.
An epic 15 tracks of pulsing beat, altered falsetto and layer upon layer of synths - with barely a guitar in sight - Talk has left hardcorde Silverchair fans pretty ‘devo’.
In the end the strongest criticism of Daniel Johns’ Talk is its length. At just over an hour long, he could have cut out a handful of forgettable songs and a couple of downright bad ones, and capitalised on the weirder, more imaginative moments to make a solid EP.
Songs Featured: We Are Golden, Preach, Aerial Love, Too Many, Imagination, Going On, Good Luck
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Topics: music
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Tags: music review, music, Daniel Johns, Silverchair
Duration: 9'25"

7:30 The Sampler
A weekly review and analysis of new CD releases.
8:10 Windows on the World
International public radio documentaries - visit the Windows on the World web page to find links to these documentaries.
8:40 Philosophy
Philosopher at large, Ann Kerwin muses often on why we think what we do. Plato at the Googleplex, Why Philosophy Won't Go Away – Rebecca Goldstein's approach to philosophy.
9:06 The Tuesday Feature: A Brief History of Anger
Spats, tantrums, explosions and the occasional childish moment caught on microphone from the archive. American satirist Joe Queenan looks into the history of anger.
With contributions from Christopher Hitchens, Conrad Black, Russell Crowe, Joan Rivers, Joan Bakewell, and Johnny Cash. Plus, interviews with John Sergeant, Natalie Haynes and Matthew Parris, and a running commentary of anger from the presenter himself. (BBCWS)
See the BBC website for more on this programme.
10:00 Late Edition
A review of the news from Morning Report, Nine to Noon, Afternoons and Checkpoint. Also hear the latest news from around the Pacific on Radio New Zealand International's Dateline Pacific.
11:06 Global Village
A selection of world music along with jazz, rock, folk and other styles, artists and songs with world and roots influences chosen and presented by Wichita radio host Chris Heim (11 of 13, KMUW).

===10:00 PM. | Late Edition===
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Radio New Zealand news, including Dateline Pacific and the day's best interviews from Radio New Zealand National

===11:06 PM. | None (National)===
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A selection of world music along with jazz, rock, folk and other styles, artists and songs with world and roots influences chosen and presented by Wichita radio host Chris Heim (11 of 13, KMUW)

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