Morning report. 1990-11-13

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0600 News/Sport
0610 Ex ABC AM: French Prime Minister offered face-saving option to Iraq.
0611 Ex BBC Correspondent: El Salvador killings linked to Military.
0614 Ex ABC AM: Moscow food shortages, rationing consumer goods.
0616 Ex Correspondent: German anniversary of East crossing to West.
0618 BBC International call: Reunification of North and South Korea.
0625 Good Morning "Rural" New Zealand: See Rural Report Rundown
0630 News/Weather/Māori News
0645 Pacific Regional News: Ex RNZ International
0650 "Morning Comment": Ray Oppenheim, Wellington clergyman
0652 "Money Matters": Margaret Inge, Investors and Co. profits.

[Online content only available from 0700 onwards]

0700 NEWS
00:5:13 GULF: Families of New Zealand hostages may know soon if ordeal is over. Tino Pereira interview with John Clarke, New Zealand Ambassador to Iraq.
00:00:3:02 GULF: Lange's mission hindered due to Mike Moore's snub of PLO. Peter Abernethy interview with Chris Ritchie, Wellington Palestine group.
00:00:2:13 SHOOTING: Phyllis Harrison attacked in Soweto, South Africa is recovering. Gileon Porter interview with Glen Harrison, her son.
00:00:2:36 WAINUIOMATA Schools upping security and starting night patrols, John Campbell.
00:00:3:07 TRADE: Burdon rallies businessmen, Prime Minister and former Prime Ministers on Trade talks in Brussels. Janice Rodenurg interview with Philip Burdon, Minister for Trade negotiations.
00:00:1:43 REST HOME: Elderly injured, one dies in mini van collision in Christchurch, Gerard Counsell.
00:00:1:35 Dog attacks on charity collectors, Plunket increasing. Karlum Lattimore interview with Laureen Outtrim.
00:00:3:36 ECONOMY: Growth agreement has good chance of working. Cushla Managh; Ron Burgess, CTU; interview with Paul Slaep, Australian Trade Unionist.
00:00:2:18 ELECTION: Claimed Labour's defeat due to commitment to Māori grievances. Gideon Porter.
00:00:2:05 GULF: Uncertain reaction to Morocco's call for summit. Tim Llewllyn, Ex BBC.
00:00:2:06 GULF: Meeting of European foreign ministers in Brussels, Graham Leach.
00:00:2:06 TORIES: British Conservatives anxious the party will suffer if there's a challenge to Thatcher Leadership. Tim Lister interview with Julian Critchley, British Conservative MP.
00:00:1:35 IRA: Discovery of Semtex explosives lead to arrest of six Irish in London, Keith Chalkley
0800 NEWS/LOCAL BREAKOUT [Five minutes of fill music has been removed from online content]
00:2:23 SUSPENSIONS: Two pupils suspended for drinking have taken action against school officials. Merle Knowland LIVE
00:5:33 SUSPENSION: Kim Hill interview with Sandy Beattie, Director of Parent Advocacy
00:00:1:36 JAPAN: Enthronement of Emperor Akihito. Philip Short, ExBBC
00:00:2:33 CER: Manufacturers want common market. Leigh Pearson interview with Barry Brill, Manfed Pres.
00:00:3:13 MāORI: Publishing of Te Ara Tirohanga booklet, an aid to researchers. Adam Gifford interview with Michael Belgrave, Waitangi Tribunal.
00:00:2:57 DOGS: National Police dog team champs, Trentham. Karlum Lattimore.
00:6:29 HEALTH: Geoff Robinson interview with Jill Nuthall, Public Health Association.
00:00:1:21 BANK: National Bank says economy to go backwards. Peter Abernethy. LIVE
00:4:40 POSITIVE NEW ZEALAND: Geoff Robinson interview with Frank Carson, Ad Agency.
00:00:3:33 JAPAN should pay for war crimes in Pacific. Rob Murray interview with Hank Zeeman, New Zealand Action Committee, ex-Japanese war victims
00:00:2:07 BOMB: A man convicted in Australia for the 1978 bombing of Sydney Hilton Hotel. Phil Kafcaloudes. LIVE
00:4:36 TARARUA CHEESE: Tui Milk Products cheddar wins world's best cheddar award. Kim Hill interview with Malcolm Pettman, Tui Milk Products.

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Year 1990

Reference number 57538

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Genre Radio news programs
Nonfiction radio programs
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits National Radio (N.Z.) (estab. 1986, closed 2007), Broadcaster
Hill, Kim, 1955-, Presenter
Robinson, Geoff, Presenter
Fry, Peter, Newsreader
Lee, Mike, Producer
Watts, Cheryl, Producer
Dick, Kelvin, Producer
Williams, Peter, 1954-, Sports presenter

Date 13 Nov 1990