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15 September 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 Club McKenzie: Your 1920s Jazz Speakeasy (5 of 13, PRX) 3:05 The Angels Cut, by Elizabeth Knox (7 of 15, RNZ); 3:30 An Author's View (RNZ); 5:10 Witness (BBC)

===6:00 AM. | Morning Report===
=DESCRIPTION=

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 15 September 2015
BODY:
Tony Abbott has been ousted as Australian Prime Minister and replaced by former Liberal leader Malcom Turnbull. We'll have plenty of coverage on the shock late night vote and the reaction to it. Students and staff at an Auckland tertiary college prepare to farewell the men who died on Muriwai Beach on Sunday night and more countries in Europe are tightening up their border controls as record numbers of migrants continue to arrive and Andrew Little backs the red peak flag.
Topics:
Regions:
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Duration: 29'51"

06:06
Sports News for 15 September 2015
BODY:
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 2'14"

06:10
Malcolm Turnbull topples Tony Abbott
BODY:
Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott has been toppled by Malcolm Turnbull. In the shock late night vote, Malcom Turnbull was elected the new leader of the Liberal Party 54 to 44.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: Australia, Tony Abbott, Malcolm Turnbull
Duration: 3'08"

06:19
Pacific News for 15 September 2015
BODY:
The latest from the Pacific region.
Topics: Pacific
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 2'33"

06:22
Morning Rural News for 15 September 2015
BODY:
News from the rural and farming sectors.
Topics: rural, farming
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 4'01"

06:26
Te Manu Korihi News for 15 September 2015
BODY:
A Hawke's Bay iwi says it's capable of operating the prison in its rohe more effectively than the Department of Corrections; A kura that's just gained secondary school status says seamless Māori language education is the future; The Department of Corrections is calling for community providers to run its redesigned tikanga motivational programme for offenders, Te Ihu Waka.
Topics: te ao Māori
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 3'25"

06:40
Who is Malcolm Turnbull?
BODY:
Who is Australia's new Prime Minister?
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: Australia, Malcolm Turnbull
Duration: 2'33"

06:47
Briscoe Group still optimistic on takever over for Kathamandu
BODY:
The homeware and sports retailer Briscoe Group is still trumpeting the virtues of its takeover offer for Kathmandu even though it's received precious few takers for its offer, which looks set to fail.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Briscoe Group
Duration: 3'03"

06:50
Turners wants to buy up to a fifth of vehicle finance company
BODY:
The company that runs Turners Car Auctions wants to buy up to a fifth of the vehicle finance company MTF.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Turners Car Auctions
Duration: 1'10"

06:52
Large truck registrations cool: slower growth expected
BODY:
Commerical vehicle registrations are easing pointing to a slowing economy and falling New Zealand dollar, which is making vehicles more expensive.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: Commerical vehicle registrations
Duration: 55"

06:53
Aucklanders having to squeeze into smaller homes
BODY:
Aucklanders are increasingly squeezing into smaller accommodation as the price of land sees house sizes shrinking.
Topics: business, economy
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: housing prices
Duration: 1'34"

06:54
Michael Hill says sales picking up in Australia
BODY:
Michael Hill International says Austrailan consumers have been consoling themselves with diamond rings and other baubles amid the downturn in its economy's fortunes.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Michael Hill International
Duration: 2'15"

06:58
Morning Markets for 15 September 2015
BODY:
On Wall Street, stocks have fallen as investors awaited Federal Reserve's interest rate meeting this week even as fears of slowing growth in China continue to rattle global markets.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: markets
Duration: 1'17"

07:07
Sports News for 15 September 2015
BODY:
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 2'00"

07:11
Malcom Turnbull ousts Tony Abbott as Australia's Prime Minister
BODY:
Tony Abbott has been ousted as Australia's Prime Minister.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: Australia
Duration: 8'08"

07:20
Andrew Little says Australian leadership coup "not a good look"
BODY:
There has been little reaction so far from New Zealand politicians to the change in leader across the Tasman.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: Andrew Little, Australia
Duration: 1'05"

07:22
Friends of Muriwai Beach crash victim mourn their loss
BODY:
Students and staff at an Auckland college say they're shocked and heartbroken after a weekend car crash claimed the lives of their colleagues and friends, who they describe as "gems".
Topics: transport, education
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: Queens' Academic Group
Duration: 3'10"

07:25
PM and Little face off over Red Peak
BODY:
The Prime Minister and Labour's leader are facing off over the addition of another flag design to New Zealand's flag referendum.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: Red Peak, New Zealand Flag
Duration: 2'56"

07:28
EU interior ministers to meet in Brussels
BODY:
More countries in Europe are tightening up their border controls as record numbers of migrants continue to arrive.
Topics: refugees and migrants
Regions:
Tags: EU
Duration: 3'16"

07:35
Police already seeing results from a renewed crackdown
BODY:
A nationwide crackdown on using phones while driving has already started to net drivers, with ten pinged at a single Auckland intersection.
Topics: transport
Regions:
Tags: phones
Duration: 3'54"

07:39
Westland Milk Products signal job losses as dairy prices fall
BODY:
Another dairy cooperative, Westland Milk Products, is signalling jobs are likely to go, as it tries to cut costs during the global dairy downturn.
Topics: business
Regions: West Coast
Tags: Westland Milk Products
Duration: 3'57"

07:44
Confusion over the mistaken deaths of tourists in Egypt
BODY:
Twelve tourists have been mistakenly killed by security forces in Egypt.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: Egypt
Duration: 2'47"

07:47
Flag debate gets political
BODY:
John Key threw down the gauntlet to Labour yesterday, saying if there was cross-party support to add a fifth flag to this year's referendum, he would consider a law change to make it happen.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: New Zealand Flag
Duration: 6'14"

07:54
NZ universities jump up ratings in international league table
BODY:
New Zealand universities have improved in a major international ranking for the first time in six years.
Topics: education
Regions:
Tags: Universities, rankings
Duration: 2'09"

07:57
Response to 'Help is Coming' song 'overwhelming'
BODY:
It was one of the most obscure songs in Crowded House's catalogue, but not any more. It's just a few days since this twenty-year old tune was re-released to raise funds for Syrian refugees
Topics: music
Regions:
Tags: Syrian refugees
Duration: 3'22"

08:07
Sports News for 15 September 2015
BODY:
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 2'15"

08:11
In sudden vote, Malcolm Turnbull ousts Tony Abbott
BODY:
Malcolm Turnbull is the new Prime Minister of Australia after ousting Tony Abbott last night.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: Australia, Malcolm Turnbull
Duration: 6'01"

08:17
Chinese firm plans $311m investment in Silver Fern Farms
BODY:
The Hong-kong based Maling Aquarius Company is planning to buy a half share of the debt-ridden meat processor Silver Fern Farms for about 311 million dollars.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Maling Aquarius Company, Silver Fern Farms
Duration: 2'44"

08:20
Could the red peak design fly?
BODY:
John Key's decision to consider a law change to add a fifth flag to the referendum - if there's cross-party support for it - has given hope to supporters of the popular Red Peak flag.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: New Zealand Flag
Duration: 4'50"

08:25
Friends of Muriwai crash victims just learning of their loss
BODY:
Friends of the four men killed at Muriwai beach are still coming to terms with their loss.
Topics: transport
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: Muriwai Beach, car crash
Duration: 3'41"

08:28
Akl not poor cousin to Wellington in train stakes, study says
BODY:
An independent review has poured cold water on a sneaking suspicion in Auckland the city is paying far more for its rail system than Wellington.
Topics: transport
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: rail
Duration: 3'14"

08:32
Markets Update for 15 September 2015
BODY:
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: markets
Duration: 43"

08:35
Australia's new prime minister Malcolm Turnbull
BODY:
Australia's new prime minister Malcolm Turnbull touted his economic leadership credentials as superior to those of Tony Abbott who he ousted last night.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: Australia
Duration: 4'28"

08:41
Fifa investigations widen
BODY:
Investigators probing allegations of corruption at Fifa are certain more charges could be laid.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: USA, soccer
Duration: 4'47"

08:46
Future Fund aims to help young New Zealanders change the world.
BODY:
Helping young New Zealanders change the world, is the ambitious goal of a new project called Future Fund.
Topics: business, education
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Tags: Future Fund
Duration: 3'17"

08:50
Te Manu Korihi News for 15 September 2015
BODY:
The Department of Corrections is calling for community providers to run its redesigned tikanga motivational programme for offenders, Te Ihu Waka; A kura that's just gained secondary school status says seamless Māori language education is the future; A Hawke's Bay iwi says it's capable of operating the prison in its rohe more effectively than the Department of Corrections;
Topics: te ao Māori
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 3'36"

08:54
Protesters say Coromandel 1080 drops unsafe
BODY:
Protesters against 1080 poison say a bait drop on the Coromandel Peninsula at the weekend was unsafe because the public was not warned and there were no track closures.
Topics: te ao Māori
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 2'19"

08:56
Olders NZers don't see need to change flag
BODY:
As you would have heard we've been discussing the possibility of the Red Peak flag being added to the November referendum.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: New Zealand Flag, Red Peak flag
Duration: 2'51"

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===9:06 AM. | Nine To Noon===
=DESCRIPTION=

Current affairs and topics of interest, including:
10:45 The Reading: The Phoenix Song, by John Sinclair, told by Katlyn Wong (5 of 12, RNZ)

=AUDIO=

09:09
Karen Middleton in Canberra on Australia's new Prime Minister
BODY:
Karen Middleton discusses the Australian political coup in which Malcolm Turnbull ousted Tony Abbott as Prime Minister and Liberal party leader.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: Australia
Duration: 12'43"

09:22
Do people know how toxic NZ's top selling pain killer can be?
BODY:
Paracetamol is New Zealand's top selling pain killer as well as the number one drug which people seek advice about on the national poisons hotline. Clinicians on both sides of the Tasman say more awareness is needed about its potential toxicity. New guidelines for the management of paracetamol poisoning in Australia and New Zealand have just been published. Medical Toxicologist John Fountain is one of those who worked on the guidelines.
Topics: health
Regions:
Tags: Paracetemol, panadol, liver damage
Duration: 11'33"

09:36
How to get rid of rats
BODY:
In Christchurch some residents have reported seeing rats openly walking around the red zone. Rat catchers say this is not due to an increase in rat numbers, but the fact there are fewer humans around, giving the rats free reign. Dallington resident Emma Jamieson says she's also noticed a big increase in the number of hawks, who are feasting on the rats. She wants to get rid of the rats in her own roof, but is worried the poison might also kill hawks if they eat the dead or dying rats.
EXTENDED BODY:
In Christchurch some residents have reported seeing rats openly walking around the red zone. Rat catchers say this is not due to an increase in rat numbers, but the fact there are fewer humans around, giving the rats free reign.
Dallington resident Emma Jamieson says she's also noticed a big increase in the number of hawks or falcons, which are feasting on the rats. She wants to get rid of the rats in her own roof, but is worried the poison might also kill hawks if they eat the dead or dying rats.
Kathryn Ryan speaks with Christchurch pest controller, Gary Hendrikse about the safest way to get rid of rats.
Topics:
Regions: Canterbury
Tags: Christchurch, pests, rats
Duration: 11'25"

09:49
US correspondent Steve Almond @stevealmondjoy
BODY:
Cheating in the NFL, police brutality at the US Open.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: US news
Duration: 10'27"

10:12
The magic and misery of the ocean
BODY:
Underwater photojournalist Brian Skerry has spent the last 30 years documenting the beauty of the ocean and its marine life. But increasingly his pictures serve another purpose - to highlight the environmental issues of our oceans and waterways. The US-based National Geographic photographer has worked all over the world, including in this country, and has published five books and won numerous awards.
EXTENDED BODY:
Underwater photojournalist Brian Skerry has spent the last 30 years documenting the beauty of the ocean and its marine life.
But increasingly his pictures serve another purpose - to highlight the environmental issues of our oceans and waterways.
The US-based National Geographic photographer has worked all over the world, including in New Zealand, and published five books and won numerous awards.
He began diving aged 15, and has described working for National Geographic as a dream come true. Over the years, he has also had a few close calls - like getting lost under polar ice and having to find his way out of a closed hole.
Speaking from his latest shoot location in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, he told Nine to Noon's Kathryn Ryan that New Zealand's approach to marine conservation was ahead of many other countries.
"There's certainly big problems everywhere, but New Zealand, in my estimation, has always been progressive in terms of taking a conservation approach - certainly with the EEZ (Exclusive Economic Zone) and trying to create replenishment zones."
He said the world's oceans were unable to cope with the cumulative effect of climate change (including acidification), pollution and overfishing.
"The oceans are suffering - or dying a death of a thousand cuts," he said.
"The ocean is quite resilient, it is quite vast, it can deal with a lot of things that we do to it - but the culmination, the cumulative effect of all of these things, is showing some serious signs of distress."
Mr Skerry will be visiting New Zealand next month.
Topics: environment, science, life and society, climate
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 26'41"

10:39
Book Review: Asking for It by Louise O'Neill
BODY:
Reviewed by Elisabeth Easther, published by Quercus.
Topics: books
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 5'35"

11:06
Business commentator Rod Oram
BODY:
Rod Oram discusses China's environmental issues.
Topics: business, economy, environment
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 15'45"

11:23
Loneliness and the effect on ageing
BODY:
Dr. Nancy Donovan is a geriatric psychiatrist at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston and an instructor in psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Some of her recent research has found than loneliness and depression are linked to an increased risk of mental decline in the elderly and that loneliness can be associated with worse cognitive function.
EXTENDED BODY:
Dr. Nancy Donovan is a geriatric psychiatrist at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston and an instructor in psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.
Her recent research has found than loneliness and depression are linked to an increased risk of mental decline in the elderly and that loneliness can be associated with worse cognitive function.
Topics: health
Regions:
Tags: Dr Nancy Donovan, elderly, loneliness, ageing, alzheimers
Duration: 15'37"

11:42
Media commentator, Gavin Ellis
BODY:
Gavin Ellis discusses Scout, the new co-production of MediaWorks and former New Zealand Herald gossip columnist Rachel Glucina which was launched on Monday. 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: 16'22"

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09:05 Karen Middleton in Canberra on Australia's new Prime Minister
Karen Middleton discusses the Australian political coup in which Malcolm Turnbull ousted Tony Abbott as Prime Minister and Liberal party leader.
09:20 Should sales of paracetamol be more controlled to prevent overdoses?
Paracetamol is New Zealand's top selling pain killer as well as the number one drug which people seek advice about on the national poisons hotline. Clinicians on both sides of the Tasman say more awareness is needed about its potential toxicity. New guidelines for the management of paracetamol poisoning in Australia and New Zealand have just been published. Medical Toxicologist John Fountain is one of those who worked on the guidelines.
09:35 How to get rid of rats
In Christchurch some residents have reported seeing rats openly walking around the red zone. Rat catchers say this is not due to an increase in rat numbers, but the fact there are fewer humans around, giving the rats free reign.
Dallington resident Emma Jamieson says she's also noticed a big increase in the number of hawks, who are feasting on the rats. She wants to get rid of the rats in her own roof, but is worried the poison might also kill hawks if they eat the dead or dying rats.
Christchurch pest controller Gary Hendrikse will explain what the options are.
09:45 US correspondent Steve Almond @stevealmondjoy
Cheating in the NFL, police brutality at the US Open.
10:05 The magic and misery of the ocean
Underwater photojournalist Brian Skerry has spent the last 30 years documenting the beauty of the ocean and its marine life. But increasingly his pictures serve another purpose - to highlight the environmental issues of our oceans and waterways.
The US based National Geographic photographer has worked all over the world including in this country, has published five books and won numerous awards.
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10:30 Book Review: Asking for It by Louise O'Neill
Reviewed by Elisabeth Easther, Published by Quercus
10:45 The Reading: The Phoenix Song by John Sinclair, told by Kat Wong (Part 5 of 12)
11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram
Rod Oram discusses China's environmental issues.
11:30 Loneliness and the effect on ageing
Dr. Nancy Donovan is a geriatric psychiatrist at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston and an instructor in psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Some of her recent research has found than loneliness and depression are linked to an increased risk of mental decline in the elderly and that loneliness can be associated with worse cognitive function.
11:45 Media commentator, Gavin Ellis
Gavin Ellis discusses Scout, the new co-production of MediaWorks and former New Zealand Herald gossip columnist Rachel Glucina which was launched on Monday.
Gavin Ellis is a media commentator and former editor of the New Zealand Herald. He can be contacted on gavin.ellis@xtra.co.nz

=PLAYLIST=

Artist: Greg Johnson
Song: Liberty
Composer: Johnson
Album: Chinese Whispers
Label: EMI
Time: 9.35

Artist: Tyra Hammond
Song: Stop Messin’ Round
Composer: Hammond/ Toy
Album: Tyra Hammond EP
Label: FTC
Time: 10.00

Artist: The Head and the Heart
Song: Summertime
Album: Let’s be Still
Label: Sub Pop
Time: 11.39

===Noon | Midday Report===
=DESCRIPTION=

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

=AUDIO=

12:00
Midday News for 15 September 2015
BODY:
Chinese firm to buy half of Silver Fern Farms and the Prime Minister congratulates Malcolm Turnbull.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 15'09"

12:17
SFF says Chinese investment plan has backing of banks
BODY:
The debt-laden meat processor, Silver Fern Farms says a proposed deal with China's biggest meat producer has the backing of its banks.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Silver Fern Farms
Duration: 1'28"

12:18
So who is Shanghai Maling ?
BODY:
It's one of four main subsidiaries of the Chinese based state-owned multinational food manufacturer Bright Food, known in New Zealand for its 39 percent stake in dairy company Synlait Milk.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Shanghai Maling
Duration: 44"

12:20
Alliance Group says it made an unsuccessful offer
BODY:
Meanwhile, the country's other large meat processor Alliance Group says it made an unsuccessful offer to invest in Silver Fern Farms as part of a broader industry rationalisation.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Alliance Group
Duration: 45"

12:20
Motor Trade Finances issues caution about Turners' offer
BODY:
Motor Trade Finances is cautioning its shareholders to carefully consider Turners' offer to buy up to 20 percent of the company.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Motor Trade Finances
Duration: 51"

12:20
Michael Hill says sales picking up in Australia
BODY:
Michael Hill - designer. It's not a new advertising slogan. Sir Michael, who'll step down as chair of Michael Hill International in November, says his personally designed bridal collection has taken off in New York, accounting for 46 percent of sales in that market.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Michael Hill International
Duration: 1'18"

12:23
Midday Markets for 15 September 2015
BODY:
For the latest from the markets we're joined by James Malden at Macquarie Private Wealth.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: markets
Duration: 3'06"

12:26
Midday Sports News for 15 September 2015
BODY:
The former All Black Sir John Kirwan says coach Steve Hansen has a well balanced side at the World Cup with the right wing seemingly the only position up for grabs.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 2'25"

12:35
Midday Rural News for 15 September 2015
BODY:
News from the rural and farming sectors.
Topics: rural, farming
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 7'48"

=SHOW NOTES=

===1:06 PM. | Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm===
=DESCRIPTION=

An upbeat mix of the curious and the compelling, ranging from the stories of the day to the great questions of our time (RNZ)

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13:10
First Song - Serve Somebody
BODY:
'Serve Somebody' by Bob Dylan from the album 'Slow Train Coming'.
Topics: music
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 5'47"

13:16
Red Peak Flag - Steve Smith
BODY:
As the debate continues about whether to include a fifth flag design in November's referendum, Steve Smith has spent the past two evenings projecting images of the Red Peak flag onto the side of Victoria University in Wellington to see what the level of passing support for it is.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: New Zealand Flag
Duration: 7'37"

13:20
Sounds of National Identity - David Burchell
BODY:
How the up-coming 'These Lands Are Ours' concert by the Dunedin Youth Orchestra and Dunedin City Choir is based around themes of national identity. Conductor and musical director David Burchell on how the choice of music for this concert was inspired by the current debate about the New Zealand flag.
Topics: music, identity
Regions: Otago
Tags: New Zealand Flag, Dunedin Youth Orchestra, Dunedin City Choir
Duration: 8'24"

13:32
War Stones - Kit Wilson
BODY:
Why people around the country, and some from overseas, are splashing out on postage to send rocks to the Coromandel. Kit Wilson on building a lasting memorial in Waihi to honour the First World War Arras tunnellers.
Topics:
Regions: Waikato
Tags: WW1, WW1 memorial, Waihi
Duration: 10'18"

13:40
Favourite album - These Are the Blues
BODY:
Ella Fitzgerald's 'These Are The Blues' as chosen by Jan Morrison.
Topics: music
Regions:
Tags: Ella Fitzgerald
Duration: 18'21"

14:20
Great New Zealand Concerts - Elton John
BODY:
Elton John first came to New Zealand in October 1971 at Western Springs. His second visit was February 1974 - then of course numerous times after that. He's played in Taranaki, Dunedin and Wellington, to name just a few and will be returning in November to perform at the Wellington stadium.
Topics: music
Regions:
Tags: Elton John
Duration: 42'43"

15:10
Frequent Flyer - Ben Schlappig
BODY:
Ben Schlappig flies around the world for a living - but he's not a pilot. A year ago, he gave up his apartment and spends his time in the first class section of planes and in exclusive airline lounges worldwide. He does it for less than the price of budget travel by maneuvering airline frequent flyer programmes. He runs a blog with tips for maximizing air points.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: travel, frequent flyer, air points
Duration: 21'52"

15:45
The Panel pre-show for 15 September 2015
BODY:
Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.
Topics:
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Tags:
Duration: 12'31"

21:30
New Zealand's first national bee health survey
BODY:
Bees are in trouble and to get a better idea of might be contributing to colony loses, Landcare Research is calling on beekeepers to help with a national survey.
EXTENDED BODY:
Bees are in trouble around the world. In New Zealand, hive numbers are increasing because of growing interest in manuka honey, but even here, there has been a surge in unexplained colony losses.
Last spring, Coromandel beekeepers reported the disappearance of thousands of colonies of bees, reducing their honey harvest by half. Similar losses were reported in the Wairarapa, and the symptoms were consistent with colony collapse disorder, which has been blamed for decimating bee populations in the United States and Europe.
In New Zealand, several factors are blamed for the continued decline in bees, including diseases, pests, pesticides, starvation and overstocking, but to get a clearer idea of the causes, Landcare Research has launched New Zealand’s first national survey of bee health and is asking beekeepers to help protect the $5.1 billion industry.
Pike Brown, the director of the Bee Colony Loss and Survival Survey, says the online survey will gather baseline information about colony loss and survival to track changes in the future. "This is an opportunity for us to use an international standard to start tracking New Zealand's bees so we understand emerging problems for the New Zealand industry."
The survey adheres to international standards to allow for worldwide comparison. However, he says, it has been tailored to the needs of New Zealand beekeepers by including references to food sources such as manuka, and certain New Zealand-specific techniques to treat and monitor the Varroa mite.
This is a New Zealand specific survey, even though we allow for international comparisons. We have problems with habitat loss, we have increasing honey bee pests and diseases, there have been pollen shortages and bee malnutrition that stem from the shortage of declining floral resources, and I think that many would argue that pollination services that are provided by bees are not recognised. By starting to enter data into a survey like this and follow trends over time we'll be better able to understand the importance of bees and also how better to protect them.

All survey participants are assured of the confidentiality of their involvement. You can find some background about the survey, and a link to it, here.
Meanwhile, Australian researchers and the US computer company Intel have launched a high-tech collaboration to investigate bee health.
Intel is contributing the Intel® Edison Breakout Board kit, a customisable platform that is only slightly larger than a postage stamp, which will be distributed worldwide in the form of a bee micro-sensor kit as part of the Global Initiative for Honey bee Health.
The sensor will be placed inside beehives to monitor bee activity via tiny radio frequency identification tags that are placed on the bees’ backs. The sensors work in a similar way to a vehicle’s e-tag, recording when the insect passes the checkpoint.
Paulo de Souza, a science leader at CSIRO, says honey bees are essential for the pollination of about one third of the food we eat, including fruit, vegetables, oils, seeds and nuts, yet their health is under serious threat.
He says the data captured by the new sensor kits will provide valuable information to beekeepers, primary producers, industry groups and governments.
“Bee colonies are collapsing around the world and we don’t know why,” he says. “Due to the urgent and global nature of this issue, we saw the need to develop a methodology that any scientist could easily deploy. This way we can share and compare data from around the world to collaboratively investigate bee health.”
Topics: science, environment, economy
Regions:
Tags: bees, beekeeping, colony loss, bee decline, varroa mite, manuka honey, bee health
Duration: 10'57"

=SHOW NOTES=

1:10 First Song
'Gotta Serve Someone' - Bob Dylan.
1:15 Red Peak Flag - Steve Smith
Projecting the Red Peak Flag debate away from Facebook and into the open air.
1:20 Sounds of National Identity - David Burchell
How the up-coming 'These Lands Are Ours' concert by the Dunedin Youth Orchestra and Dunedin City Choir is based around themes of national identity. Conductor and musical director David Burchell on how the choice of music for this concert was inspired by the current debate about the New Zealand flag.
1:30 War Stones - Kit Wilson
Why people around the country, and some from overseas, are splashing out on postage to send rocks to the Coromandel. Kit Wilson on building a lasting memorial in Waihi to honour the First World War Arras tunnellers.
1:40 Favourite album
Ella Fitzgerald's 'These Are The Blues' as chosen by Jan Morrison
2:10 BBC Witness - King Of Highlife
E.T Mensah took Africa by storm in the 1950s with a new style of dance band: Highlife music. For many, it was the soundtrack to a new, independent Africa.
2.20 Great New Zealand Concerts - Elton John
Elton John first came to New Zealand in October 1971 at Western Springs. His second visit was February 1974 - then of course numerous times after that. He's played in Taranaki, Dunedin and Wellington, to name just a few and will be returning in November to perform at the Wellington stadium.
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3:10 Frequent Flyer - Ben Schlappig
Ben Schlappig flies around the world for a living - but he's not a pilot. A year ago, he gave up his apartment and spends his time in the first class section of planes and in exclusive airline lounges worldwide. He does it for less than the price of budget travel by maneuvering airline frequent flyer programmes. He runs a blog with tips for maximizing air points.
3:35 Our Changing World - Veronika Meduna
While bee hive numbers have increased significantly in New Zealand in recent years, there has also been a surge in unexplained colony losses. Landcare Research has launched New Zealand's first national survey of beekeepers to get a better sense of the industry's health.
Stories from Our Changing World.
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show
What the world is talking about. With Paul Brennan, Jim Mora and Julie Moffett.

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Jesse Mulligan 1-4pm
Tuesday 15 September
OPENING SONG:
ARTIST: Bob Dylan
TITLE: Gotta Serve Somebody
COMP: Dylan
ALBUM: Slow Train Coming
LABEL: COLUMBIA 512349
ARTIST: London Symphony Chorus
TITLE: The Banner of St George
COMP: Elgar
ALBUM: The Banner Of St George Op33
LABEL: EMI CDC 7 47658
FAVOURITE ALBUM:
ARTIST: Ella Fitzgerald
TITLE: St Louis Blues
COMP: Handy
ALBUM: These Are The Blues
LABEL: VERVE 829536
ARTIST: Ella Fitzgerald
TITLE: Trouble In Mind
COMP: Jones
ALBUM: These Are The Blues
LABEL: VERVE 829536
ARTIST: Ella Fitzgerald
TITLE: Cherry Red
COMP: Johnson, Turner
ALBUM: These Are The Blues
LABEL: VERVE 829536
GREAT NZ CONCERTS:
ARTIST: Elton John
TITLE: Tiny Dancer
COMP: John, Taupin
ALBUM: Madman Across The Water
LABEL: ROCKET 528161
ARTIST: Elton John
TITLE: Song For Guy
COMP: John, Taupin
ALBUM: Elton John: The Very Best Of
LABEL: ROCKET 846947
ARTIST: Elton John
TITLE: Funeral For A Friend (Love Lies Bleeding)
COMP: John, Taupin
ALBUM: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
LABEL: ROCKET 528159
3PM SONGS:
ARTIST: Johnny Cash
TITLE: I've Been Everywhere
COMP: Mack
ALBUM: Unchained
LABEL: AMERICAN 586791
ARTIST: Supergroove
TITLE: Sitting Inside My Head
COMP: Fisher, Steven
ALBUM: Sitting Inside My Head
LABEL: BMG 121689
PRE-PANEL:
ARTIST: Julie Andrews
TITLE: A Spoonful Of Sugar
COMP: Robert B. Sherman and Richard M. Sherman.
ALBUM: Mary Poppins
LABEL: WALT DISNEY 861202
PANEL:
ARTIST: Murray Perahia
TITLE: Goldberg Variations, Canon On The Third
COMP: BACH
ALBUM: Goldberg Variations
LABEL: Sony SK 89243

===4:06 PM. | The Panel===
=DESCRIPTION=

An hour of discussion featuring a range of panellists from right along the opinion spectrum (RNZ)

=AUDIO=

15:45
The Panel pre-show for 15 September 2015
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Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.
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Duration: 12'31"

16:05
The Panel with Ellen Read and Mark Inglis (Part 1)
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Topics - Tony Abbott rolled, Auckland Council's digital expansion, Police are concentrating on nabbing distracted drivers.
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Duration: 23'12"

16:06
The Panel with Ellen Read and Mark Inglis (Part 2)
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Topics - Increase your brain power, Acting - not what it's cracked up to be, Meat processor goes to Chinese, and Act says delay flag referendum.
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Duration: 27'25"

16:08
Panel Intro
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What the Panelists Ellen Read and Mark Inglis have been up to.
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Duration: 2'50"

16:10
Tony Abbott rolled
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The latest Aussie ouster with political reporter Lisa Cox in Canberra.
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Duration: 9'28"

16:19
Auckland Council's digital expansion
BODY:
Jo Holmes of the Auckland ratepayers Alliance joins the Panel to talk about the Councils expansion of its web and digital news platforms.
Topics: media
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: Auckland Council
Duration: 5'14"

16:25
Listener feedback
BODY:
Listener feedback on the Auckland Council charging schools to use public parks.
Topics:
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: Auckland Council
Duration: 1'53"

16:27
Driving distracted
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Police are concentrating on nabbing distracted drivers.
Topics: law, technology
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Tags: traffic policing, driving laws
Duration: 3'26"

16:33
Increase your brain power
BODY:
Can your brain power be increased by excercising it?
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Tags: brain training
Duration: 4'27"

16:37
Panel Says
BODY:
What the Panelists Mark Inglis and Ellen Read have been thinking about.
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Duration: 4'09"

16:42
Acting - not what it's cracked up to be
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Alcohol, drugs, health issues. Peter Elliott talks about an actor's lot.
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Tags: acting
Duration: 10'43"

16:52
Meat processor goes to Chinese
BODY:
Panelist Ellen Read with her expertise on the Silver Fern Farms deal with Shanghai Maling.
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Tags: Silver Fern Farms, trade
Duration: 3'55"

16:56
Act says delay flag referendum
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Act's David Seymour wants the referendum on a possible flag change postponed until after Christmas.
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Duration: 3'30"

=SHOW NOTES=

===5:00 PM. | Checkpoint===
=DESCRIPTION=

Radio New Zealand's two-hour news and current affairs programme

=AUDIO=

17:00
Checkpoint Top Stories for Tuesday 15 September 2015
BODY:
Man welding a fuel tank in Wiri as it exploded, Reporter at scene of fuel tank explosion in Wiri, China's largest meat company takes 50% of Silver Fern Farms, Serco let off $375k in fines, Arrests throughout the country as 1 million of meth seized, Abbott blames the media for his demise and dozens of TPP protestors arrested.
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Duration: 23'24"

17:08
Man welding a fuel tank in Wiri as it exploded
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A man killed at a massive explosion from a fuel tank at a factory in South Auckland was apparently weilding on top of the silo just minutes before it blew up.
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Regions: Auckland Region
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Duration: 3'55"

17:12
Reporter at scene of fuel tank explosion in Wiri
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A man was killed at a massive explosion from a fuel tank at a factory in South Auckland. Reporter Mohamed Hassan is at the scene.
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Duration: 2'14"

17:14
China's largest meat company takes 50% of Silver Fern Farms
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China's largest meat company is taking a half share in Silver Fern Farms by investing $261 million in the meat processor.
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Tags: Silver Fern Farms, China
Duration: 3'57"

17:18
Serco let off $375k in fines
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It's been revealed in Parliament that the private prison operator Serco has been let off hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines for serious contract breaches.
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Tags: Serco, Department of Corrections
Duration: 2'29"

17:21
Arrests throughout the country as $1 million of meth seized
BODY:
The police have made several arrests throughout the country after a haul of methamphetamine with a street value of one million dollars was found in a car at the ferry terminal at Picton early this morning.
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Tags: methamphetamine, drugs seizure
Duration: 1'44"

17:22
Abbott blames the media for his demise
BODY:
The former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has blamed a febrile media culture and poll-driven panic for his demise in his final speech as the country's leader.
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Tags: Tony Abbott, Australia
Duration: 6'28"

17:29
Dozens of TPP protestors arrested
BODY:
About 30 protestors have been arrested after clashing with police trying to stop them storming the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade building in Wellington.
Topics:
Regions: Wellington Region
Tags: TPP, TPP protests
Duration: 2'15"

17:34
Evening Business for 15 September 2015
BODY:
News from the business sector including a market report.
Topics: business, economy
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Tags: markets
Duration: 2'17"

17:37
Hastings votes for change but amalgamtion rejected overall
BODY:
Hawkes Bay voters have overwhelmingly rejected a proposal to amalgamate five councils into one.
Topics:
Regions: Hawkes Bay
Tags: Hawkes Bay Council
Duration: 3'46"

17:42
Christchurch residents struggle with rates hikes
BODY:
Christchurch residents are cutting back on food, and the elderly are turning off their heaters in order to pay their increasing rates bills.
Topics:
Regions: Canterbury
Tags: Christchurch, Christchurch rates, Christchurch City Council, Canterbury earthquakes
Duration: 3'20"

17:44
Two main political parties in a stand off over flag
BODY:
The Prime Minister has told Labour to man-up and be honest with the public over its position on changing the flag.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: New Zealand Flag
Duration: 3'13"

17:47
Te Manu Korihi News for 15 September 2015
BODY:
A committee set up to examine fresh water quality issues in the Porirua catchment will soon begin consulting with the community; the Productivity Commission's report into social services has found that Whanau Ora has a lot of potential to improve well-being; Voting has started for the Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou 2015 election.
Topics: te ao Māori
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Duration: 3'28"

17:48
Government willing to spend more on social services
BODY:
The Government says it will spend more money on social services for those most in need; if that's what's needed.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: social services, Productivity Commission
Duration: 3'10"

17:52
Taxi driver rams into eight cars in hospital parking lot
BODY:
A New Plymouth taxi firm is a little red faced after one of its drivers lost control of his car in the city's maternity ward car park.
Topics:
Regions: Taranaki
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Duration: 3'06"

17:55
Te Manu Korihi News for 15 September 2015
BODY:
Porirua hit the headlines recently with a public outcry against the council imposing regulations on car-washing to prevent contamination of the stormwater network.
Topics: te ao Māori
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Duration: 3'21"

18:06
Sports News for 15 September 2015
BODY:
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
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Duration: 2'52"

18:16
China deal to "turbo-charge" Silver Fern Farms growth
BODY:
Silver Fern Farms says a new deal with China's largest meat company will turbo charge its growth.
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Tags: Silver Fern Farms, China
Duration: 4'43"

18:21
PM says business as usual after Australian leadership change
BODY:
The Prime Minister says while Malcolm Turnbull will be a more moderate face for the top job in Australia, it will be business as usual for trans Tasman relations.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: Australia, Tony Abbott, Malcolm Turnbull
Duration: 2'54"

18:24
Five PMs in Five years for Australia
BODY:
An emeritus professor of political science at the University of Sydney, Rod Tiffen, says Australian politicians are far more ruthless now than ever before.
Topics:
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Tags: Australia, Australian politics
Duration: 5'06"

18:29
Budgeting service says debt arrears on the decline
BODY:
A report by the Federation of Family Budgeting Services shows the total amount of unpaid debts held by those it helps, has dropped.
Topics: money
Regions:
Tags: debt, personal debt
Duration: 3'04"

18:37
Hawke's Bay voters reject amalgamation
BODY:
Hawke's Bay voters have overwhelmingly rejected a proposal to amalgamate five councils into one.
Topics:
Regions: Hawkes Bay
Tags:
Duration: 4'17"

18:41
EU ministers fail to agree broader quota system for refugees
BODY:
European Union ministers at a meeting in Brussels have been unable to agree on a controversial plan to relocate another 120,000 migrants, with binding quotas for individual member states.
Topics: refugees and migrants
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Tags: European Union
Duration: 2'46"

18:50
Today In Parliament for 15 September 2015 - evening edition
BODY:
Speaker David Carter warns MPs about excessive interjections - and also about the length of questions and answers; Prime Minister faces questions about Climate Change and the Flag Referendum; Grant Robertson complains about truncated Select Committee process for a Bill enabling the Government to become a member of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.
Topics: politics
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Duration: 5'11"

18:56
Dairy farmer invents app to track his workers
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A Rangitikei farmer has picked up a Fronterra award for inventing an app that tracks farm workers when they're at work.
Topics: technology
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Duration: 2'58"

=SHOW NOTES=

===7:06 PM. | Nights===
=DESCRIPTION=

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

=AUDIO=

19:10
Our Own Odysseys: a year in Iraq
BODY:
As the final excursion of a decade away working and travelling, Northlander James McLean and his wife lived a year in Iraq.
Topics: life and society
Regions: Northland
Tags: odysseys, Iraq
Duration: 18'03"

20:40
Left Thinking - National
BODY:
University of Otago political historian Professor Brian Roper deconstructs public policies from around the globe. This time Brian analyses the National party, which according to Brian, is New Zealand's most successful class-based party.
Topics: politics, economy, life and society, history
Regions:
Tags: left thinking, National Party, Labour Party
Duration: 18'28"

20:59
Conundrum Clue 3
BODY:
Conundrum clue 3.
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Duration: 15"

=SHOW NOTES=

7:10 Our Own Odysseys: A year in Iraq
As the final excursion of a decade away working and travelling, Northlander James McLean and his wife lived a year in Iraq.
7:30 The Sampler

=SHOW NOTES=

=AUDIO=

19:30
The Sampler for 15 September 2015
BODY:
This week in The Sampler Nick Bollinger reviews dream-pop from Beach House, slowcore from Low, and a new set of dark ballads and garage pop from Lyttelton troubadour Delaney Davidson.
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Low. Photo by Zoran Orlic.
This week in The Sampler Nick Bollinger reviews dream-pop from Beach House, slowcore from Low, and a new set of dark ballads and garage pop from Lyttelton troubadour Delaney Davidson.
Topics: music
Regions:
Tags: music, music review, beach house, Low, Delaney Davidson
Duration: 28'57"

19:30
Depression Cherry by Beachhouse
BODY:
Nick Bollinger embraces the latest from 'dream pop' protagonists Beach House.
EXTENDED BODY:
Nick Bollinger embraces the latest from 'dream pop' protagonists Beach House.
Beach House is the Baltimore duo of French-born Victoria Legrand and Baltimore native Alex Scally, and, you’d have to say they’ve got a sound. They established it with their first album nine years ago, and they have made four albums since of – well, what do you call it? It’s tempting to call it dance music for zombies, but ‘dream pop’ is the critics’ shorthand most commonly used. And it does seem to describe a music dominated by somnolent tempos, slow-cycling sequences of long sustained chords, Scally’s slow-motion guitar lines and Legrand’s woozy, reverb-drenched vocals.
And there is an inherent dreaminess about their lyrics, which frequently invoke the night, wonder about hallucinations, and deliberately favour ambiguity over concrete imagery. If they have a theme, it might be encapsulated in ‘Space Song’, the album’s most straight ahead pop song; a kind of weird marriage between The Cocteau Twins and E.L.O. with a George Harrison-y guitar hook, and a lyric that simply asks, “what makes this fragile world go round?” For ‘Days Of Candy’ song they bring in a small choir, which almost takes over the chordal role of the keyboards behind Legrand’s voice. The effect is majestic, reminiscent of Brian Wilson in his most Smile-era ethereal. And when, towards the end of the track, Legrand sings “the universe is riding off with you”, that’s just what it sounds like.
Songs played: Levitation, Beyond Love, Sparks, Wildflower, Space Song, Days Of Candy
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Duration: 10'26"

19:30
Ones and Sixes by Low
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Nick Bollinger meanders through the latest from Minnesotan minimalists Low.
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Nick Bollinger meanders through the latest from Minnesotan minimalists Low.
Low is another band whose reputation hinges on a sound. They came out of Minnesota, twenty-something years ago, and have since a dozen-odd albums which all have identifiable features in common. But perhaps it’s wrong to call it a sound. It’s more of a tempo. Nominally a trio, with couple Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker its two constant members, Low have experimented with various types of production and instrumentation over the years, from acoustic and hushed to rumbling mountains of amplification. You’ll find both on this latest album, with those sleepy tempos and Sparhawk and Parker’s tightly woven vocals the thread that runs through it all.
Songs played: Into You, Spanish Translation, What Part Of Me, Gentle, The Innocents, No End, Landslide
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Duration: 9'19"

19:30
Lucky Guy by Delaney Davidson
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Nick Bollinger settles into the latest southern sojourn from traveling troubadour Delaney Davidson.
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Nick Bollinger settles into the latest southern sojourn from traveling troubadour Delaney Davidson.
Delaney Davidson has a voice like a man who has been crawling for a week through some Sahara desert of the soul, and is in desperate need of a drink. The Lyttelton troubadour’s latest collection is both typical, with fine examples of all the things he does best, and a little experimental, as the boundaries of the territory he works in are bent and blurred even further than usual. As far as that usual territory goes, that’s perhaps best represented in a number of tunes that show why for three successive years he won the Best Country Song Award in the APRA Silver Scrolls. The other direction Davidson has taken for a number of these songs is a kind of garage pop. These are Lucky Guy’s most upbeat moments, and where the terrific rhythm section of bass player Ben Wooley and drummer Joe McCallum come into their own, clinging to the songs like riders in the devil’s rodeo. And for all the Americana references, there’s something recognisably New Zealand about it all, from the unvarnished Kiwi inflections in Davidson’s singing – a kind of Tex Morton-on-moonshine quality - to his whole number-eight-fencing-wire approach to making records.
Songs played: Show Me How, Eastbound, Tell It To You, Something’s Wrong, Gimme Your Hands
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Topics: music
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Tags: music, music review, Delaney Davidson, Lyttelton, Tami Neilson, Marlon Williams
Duration: 9'21"

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 Left Thinking - The National Party
University of Otago political historian Prof. Brian Roper deconstructs public policies from around the globe. This time Brian analyses The National Party, which according to Brian is New Zealand's most successful class based party.
9:06 The Tuesday Feature: From Hungary to German by train
In recent days, the eyes of the world have been on the thousands of migrants journeying across Europe seeking refuge in Germany. The BBC's Ben James travels with some of them on a train from Budapest to Munich.
See the BBC website for 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 The Shed
Award winning former British broadcaster Mark Coles presents his pick of the best new music releases and demos from around the planet. A glorious mix of brand new sounds from all over the world, real conversations with music makers and tales of everyday life as seen from an English garden shed.

===10:00 PM. | Late Edition===
=DESCRIPTION=

Radio New Zealand news, including Dateline Pacific and the day's best interviews from Radio New Zealand National

===11:06 PM. | None (National)===
=DESCRIPTION=

Award winning former British broadcaster Mark Coles presents his pick of the best new music releases and demos from around the planet. A glorious mix of brand new sounds from all over the world, real conversations with music makers and tales of everyday life as seen from an English garden shed (12 of 13, MCM)

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Date 15 Sep 2015