Morning report. 1996-02-12

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0600 News/Sport
0615 Good Morning "Rural" NZ : See Rural Report Rundown
0630 News/Weather/Māori News
0640 Report from our Mana News team
0645 Pacific Regional News : Ex RNZ International
0650 Business and financial news. David Jones
0700 NEWS BOMB-LONDON - Sources close to IRA are warning Saturday's bomb blast in London is the beginning of a bombing campaign. Wayne Brittenden wrap including Mitchell McLauchlan (Sinn Fein) and John Wheeler. LABOUR/ALLIANCE - Talks between the two parties have been stalled, mainly by Helen Clark's criticism of Alliance economic policies. Actuality of Labour party president Michael Hirschfeld (Brian Edwards show). Actuality of Helen Clark, who says the matter will be discussed at Labour caucus on Wednesday. (Kathryn Street). Live i/v with Jim Anderton. BOMB-LONDON - Live i/v with Mitchell McLauchlan, chairperson of Sinn Fein, on the bomb blast which ended the ceasefire and the possibility of a split within the IRA. AUSTRALIA - Prime Minister Paul Keating and opposition leader John Howard had their televised leaders debate last night. Analysis from Pru Goward in Canberra.
0730 NEWS/WEATHER/SPORTS JAPAN - Twenty people are spending their second night in a highway tunnel in freezing weather after a boulder blocked the entry. Live i/v with Stephen Engel illegible the rescue attempts. HEALTH - The schizophrenia drug, Risperidone, is too expensive for three of the country's four RHAs. Wrap including Victor Knapp (Southern RHA) and Susan Noseworthy of the Schizophrenia Fellowship. (Sacha Hardy) RABBIT VIRUS - The Ngati Hine tribe is calling for kiwis to not be killed to test the rabbit calicivirus. Elders claim they gave permission to take the kiwis, but didn't know they'd be killed. Lois Williams i/v with Ngati Hine spokesperson Kevin Prime. KAPITI - Waiorua Kapiti Tours have a proposal to build a 20-bed lodge on kapiti Island. Anita Lee wrap - Te Ati Awa spokesperson John Barnett, MaryAnn Coervers (Forest and Bird) and Mike Weir (Kapiti Distr Council). CRICKET - The opening ceremony of the world cup in Calcutta and the Australian and west Indies teams deciding not to play in Sri Lanka following terrorist bombings there, i/v with NZ captain Lee Germon.
0800 NEWS/WEATHER LABOUR/ALLIANCE - Live i/v with helen Clark on the troubled relationship with Jim Anderton and the Alliance. BOMB-LONDON - Live i/v with David McKittrick, from the Independent newspaper in Belfast on the feeling there following the weekend's bomb blast in London. PAPERS/ASPAC HEADLINES HEALTH - The Society for the Protection of the Unborn Child is opposing a decision by the Health Ministry, that will make the 'morning-after' pill available without a prescription. Wrap with Dennis Pezaro (Med Assn), Jim Thomson and Bob Boyd (Kiri Coughlan). Live i/v with SPUC's Jenny Street. AUSTRALIA - Monday oz spot with Phil Kafcaloudes. Coverage of the Keating/Howard debate, the coalition health policy and Australian cricket's final decision not to play it's world cup games in Sri Lanka because of fears of terrorist attacks.
0830 NEWS/SPORTS TV SPORTS - Announcement expected in the next few days on whether Sky will sell its rights to the All Blacks' international rugby games to Sky, meaning only those who pay will be able to see them. Wrap with Tau Henare of NZ First, who says the games should be available to all NZers. (Stephen Hewson) UNITED STATES - This month the process begins for the US Democrats and republicans to choose their presidential candidates. Bill Clinton is so far unopposed as the Democrat candidate but the race is on between nine republicans. (Judy Lessing) CHESS - IBM computer Deep Blue has beaten the world chess champion Garry Kasparov in the first of a six-game series. Live i/v with Murray Chandler, chess grandmaster and editor of Chess magazine. COMMENT illegible - Latin American correspondent Neil Wiese on the pope's visit to Venezuela, and the controversy created by Madonna playing Eva Braun, in the movie of Braun's life.

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Year 1996

Reference number 58804

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Ngā Taonga Korero Collection

Date 12 Feb 1996