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30 October 2015

===12:04 AM. | All Night Programme===
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Including: 12:05 Music after Midnight; 12:30 Health Check (BBC); 1:05 The Friday Feature: A History of Student Radio #5 (RNZ); 2:05 NZ Society (RNZ); 2:30 The Sampler; 3:05 The Book of Job, by Elisabeth Easther (F, RNZ); 3:30 The Why Factor (BBC); 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:
6.20 and 7.50 Business News
6.26 Rural News
6.48 and 7.45 NZ Newspapers

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06:00
Top Stories for Friday 30 October 2015
BODY:
Just 40 hours to go to the Rugby World Cup at Twickenham .. we have lots of coverage. Sixty Upper Hutt houses remain cut off this morning with no word yet when the bridge damaged by flood waters yesterday will be repaired and the Fox Glacier crash review sparks calls for heads to roll as TAIC's handling of the accident comes under heavy scrutiny.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 32'00"

06:05
Sports News for 30 October 2015
BODY:
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 2'05"

06:10
Australia will not bow to pressure from Amnesty
BODY:
The Australian government is standing firm on its border protection policies despite yesterday's scathing report by Amnesty International.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: Australia, Amnesty International, people smuggling
Duration: 3'26"

06:13
Talks set to start to resolve Syrian war
BODY:
Talks begin in Vienna tonight in a bid to resolve the Syrian war
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: Syria
Duration: 3'04"

06:16
Rugby World Cup tickets got for $18,000 plus
BODY:
The exodus of northern hemisphere teams from the Rugby World Cup means there are still tickets available for the final at Twickenham.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: RWC 2015
Duration: 4'02"

06:24
Morning Rural News for 30 October 2015
BODY:
News from the rural and farming sector.
Topics: rural, farming
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Tags:
Duration: 4'04"

06:28
MBIE to restructure mediation services
BODY:
The Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment is getting ready to tell its staff that it will be restructuring its nationwide mediation network.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: MBIE, Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment
Duration: 2'36"

06:40
All Blacks name team for final against Australia
BODY:
The All Blacks have named their team to play Australia in the Rugby World Cup final on Saturday.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: RWC 2015, All Blacks
Duration: 2'31"

06:43
Fox Glacier crash review sparks calls for heads to roll
BODY:
There are calls for heads to roll after a review into a Fox Glacier sky diving plane crash found key errors in the original investigation
Topics: transport
Regions: West Coast
Tags: Fox Glacier sky diving plane crash
Duration: 3'05"

06:50
ANZ confident it can maintain momentum
BODY:
Frustrated ANZ Bank customers were left in the lurch last night when the bank's Eftpos cards, internet banking, ATMs and the goMoney App stopped working.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: ANZ Bank
Duration: 2'08"

06:52
More interest rate cuts needed - economist
BODY:
A shaky global economy has at least one economist saying further interest rate cuts are needed in New Zealand.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: interest rates
Duration: 2'15"

06:55
Restaurant Brands net profit up 17%
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The fast food group, Restaurant Brands, says it's looking at introducing new international brands to New Zealand, as well as the possibility of expanding into Australia and South East Asia.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Restaurant Brands
Duration: 1'03"

06:56
Freightways sees steady growth: positioned for expansion
BODY:
The courier and information management company, Freightways, says the Australian business is growing, and New Zealand customer numbers are increasing, despite softer economic conditions.
Topics: business
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Tags: Freightways
Duration: 1'04"

06:57
KiwiRail pushes land transport strategy
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KiwiRail says it needs to be seen as part of the solution to the country's transport challenges and not part of the problem.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Kiwirail
Duration: 1'07"

06:58
Morning markets for 30 October 2015
BODY:
American stocks are weaker as investors weigh the spinoffs of an interest rate hike in the US on other economies.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: markets
Duration: 56"

07:07
Sports News for 30 October 2015
BODY:
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
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Duration: 2'10"

07:10
Lack of injuries in All Black squad may pay off in RWC finals
BODY:
In just over 40 hours the All Blacks will be taking on Australia in the Rugby World Cup final.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: RWC 2015, All Blacks
Duration: 2'47"

07:13
Fans gearing up for trans-Tasman clash
BODY:
For fans here it will be an early rise on Sunday morning, but as Alex Ashton reports, the five-am kick off time isn't putting many off.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: RWC 2015, All Blacks
Duration: 1'52"

07:15
Views on the RWC from former RNZ reporters in London
BODY:
So what's it like being a New Zealander in London? Joining us now Craig McCulloch and Carla Gray, two former RNZ reporters..
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: RWC 2015, UK
Duration: 3'56"

07:19
Water supply restored last night to Upper Hutt householders
BODY:
Sixty two homes in Upper Hutt remain cut off this morning after a surging Akatarawa River damaged a narrow bridge in the suburb of Birchville.
Topics: weather
Regions: Wellington Region
Tags: Upper Hutt, floods, slumped bridge
Duration: 1'36"

07:21
Residents survey broken bridge
BODY:
One of the residents unable to get home is Terry Horn.
Topics: weather
Regions: Wellington Region
Tags: Upper Hutt, floods, slumped bridge
Duration: 3'44"

07:25
Son of Skydive NZ director irrate with TAIC
BODY:
The Transport Accident Investigation Commission has been accused of overpowering egos and bureaucratic government speak over its handling of the 2010 Fox Glacier crash.
Topics: transport
Regions:
Tags: Fox Glacier skydive crash, TAIC
Duration: 6'05"

07:34
Chris Cairns' perjury trial
BODY:
It's all about 20/20 cricket but the Chris Cairns' perjury trial has gone past test match proportions, with the prosecution closing its case today after four weeks of evidence.
Topics: sport, law
Regions:
Tags: Chris Cairns, perjury trial, UK
Duration: 3'41"

07:38
Surprising results found in home mould tests
BODY:
The results are in from tests done by students in their own south Auckland homes to see how many of them have mould - and they've come as a shock.
Topics: health, housing
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: mould, mould tests
Duration: 3'33"

07:42
Five years since creation of Auckland Council
BODY:
It's five years since the Auckland Council was created in the country's biggest local body shake-up, merging eight councils into one.
Topics: politics
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: Auckland Council
Duration: 4'08"

07:47
Age someone can get a firearms licence.questioned
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The Police say it may be time to look at the age someone can get a firearms licence.
Topics: law
Regions:
Tags: firearms licence
Duration: 3'34"

07:50
Trade Minister sets his sights on Europe
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After concluding negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership and signing a Free Trade Agreement with Korea... New Zealand is turning its attention to wooing Europe.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: trade talks, EU
Duration: 2'07"

07:52
Opposition say Māori Language Commission is gone
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Known to many as the language police, Te Taura Whiri or the Māori Language Commission has dutifully promoted the use of Te Reo Māori for nearly 30 years.
Topics: language, te ao Māori
Regions:
Tags: Māori Language Commission
Duration: 3'35"

07:56
Report shows dwindling resources available for diabetes
BODY:
As the incidence of insulin-dependent Type One diabetes grows, New Zealand's ability to cope appears to be getting worse.
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Most of the country's clinics are not properly staffed to care for the growing number of children with type 1 diabetes, a new report says.
The latest issue of New Zealand Medical Journal, released today, said inadequate care would have lasting effects on children with the disease.
Type 1 or insulin-dependent diabetes is one of the most common chronic medical conditions in New Zealand, with about 1500 children suffering from the auto-immune condition which causes the pancreas to stop producing insulin.
The report Care for children and adolescents with diabetes in New Zealand District Health Boards: Is the clinical resourcing ready for the challenge? (abstract here) was written by diabetes specialists on behalf of the Paediatric Society of New Zealand. To be effectively controlled, the condition requires intensive management by specialists, including paediatric doctors, nurses and allied health workers, it says.
Staffing at the 20 district health boards was compared to international standards and found most clinical services providing care for children with diabetes were significantly under-resourced.
It showed there were few specialist paediatric endocrinologists.
The report's lead author, Craig Jefferies, told Morning Report most children needed a good clinic base, a specialised doctor, nurses and dieticians, as well as a social worker and psychologist - but there was poor funding for many of these areas.
"Long term, we know that the diabetes incidence is increasing by about 3-5 percent a year across the country.
"I think we're just going to start to outstrip our ability to set these kids up well."
The report also found that, despite the psychological and social burden of diabetes, only three centres offered psychology services or a social worker.
It warned inadequate care would have a significant impact on the short and long term health of children with the disease.
Related stories
Topics: health
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Tags: Type 1 diabetes, diabetes, children
Duration: 3'15"

08:07
Sports News for 30 October 2015
BODY:
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
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Duration: 2'10"

08:10
McCaw and Carter's home towns commemorate the RWC.
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Win or lose on Sunday morning, the Rugby World Cup final will be the last time two of Christchurch's favourite players, Richie McCaw and Dan Carter, will play in an international rugby game together.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: RWC 2015, Richie McCaw, Dan Carter
Duration: 3'46"

08:15
Rugy World Cup match statistics
BODY:
Here are a few stats we've googled for you ahead of the weekend's game.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: RWC 2015, statistics
Duration: 1'52"

08:16
Tensions rise ahead of rugby final
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In less than 48 hours New Zealand rugby fans are either going to be rightfully smug or terribly disappointed.
Topics: sport
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Tags: RWC 2015
Duration: 3'58"

08:20
Four politicians going to rugby world cup final
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Just a handful of New Zealand politicians will be at the RWC final.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: RWC 2015
Duration: 31"

08:21
Buckled bridge causes headaches for residents
BODY:
More than 60 properties were cut off last night in the Upper Hutt suburb of Birchville after a bridge buckled following heavy flooding.
Topics: weather
Regions: Wellington Region
Tags: Upper Hutt, floods, slumped bridge
Duration: 3'44"

08:25
Aviation commentator calls on TAIC to apologise to families
BODY:
One aviation commentator says the families of those who died in the 2010 Fox Glacier crash are owed an apology.
Topics: transport
Regions: West Coast
Tags: Fox Glacier sky diving plane crash
Duration: 4'47"

08:31
Markets Update for 30 October 2015
BODY:
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
Topics: business, economy
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Tags: markets
Duration: 50"

08:35
Wellingtonians prepare for a big Halloween
BODY:
People are busy preparing for the scariest night of the year.
Topics: life and society
Regions:
Tags: Halloween
Duration: 2'56"

08:38
Forget your passport? No problem says Australian government
BODY:
New Zealanders may soon be able to pack one less thing for their next holiday across the ditch - their passport.
Topics: politics, law
Regions:
Tags: passports
Duration: 3'08"

08:43
ERO watchlist reaches record low
BODY:
The number of schools on the government's watchlist for poor performance has reached its lowest point ever.
Topics: education
Regions:
Tags: ERO, Education Review Office
Duration: 3'07"

08:51
Taumaunu to sign off with Silver Ferns
BODY:
For the past eight years Wai Taumaunu has been part of the Silver Ferns coaching staff, the last four as head coach, but tonight marks her last test in charge of the New Zealand netball side.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: Wai Taumaunu, Silver Ferns
Duration: 2'51"

08:54
Phil Kafcaloudes with news from Australia
BODY:
Australia has called Richie McCaw a cheat and a Richetty grub and some commentators are refusing to refer to New Zealand as the All Blacks. Time now to chat to our Melbourne correspondent Phil Kafcaloudes.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: RWC 2015
Duration: 4'33"

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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: The Writers' Festival, by Stephanie Johnson, read by Judith Gibson and Nigel Collins (F, RNZ)

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09:07
Botched TAIC investigation
BODY:
The Transport Accident Investigation Commission is refusing to apologise to the families of the 2010 Fox Glacier crash victims for its mistakes. TAIC's chief commissioner Helen Cull, QC, says it 's not necessary, and that criticism of the commission was driven by grief. Yesterday TAIC backtracked on some of its main findings on the sky diving plane crash which killed nine people including four overseas tourists. The original report from the Commission said that the weight and balance of the aircraft was the most likely cause. The new TAIC addendum to the report now says the aircraft was probably controllable before the crash. Craig Foss the Associate Transport Minister says he has full confidence in TAIC.
Topics: transport
Regions: West Coast
Tags: Fox Glacier sky diving plane crash
Duration: 12'24"

09:20
Have the All Blacks got what it takes?
BODY:
Former All Blacks captain Anton Oliver looks ahead to the All Blacks' chances of becoming the first nation to defend a Rugby World Cup win. The clash will mark the first time the two countries have played each other in the Rugby World Cup final, and the winner will create history, by becoming the first nation to lift the trophy three times.
EXTENDED BODY:
Former All Blacks captain Anton Oliver looks ahead to the All Blacks' chances of becoming the first nation to defend a Rugby World Cup win. The clash will mark the first time the two countries have played each other in the Rugby World Cup final, and the winner will create history, by becoming the first nation to lift the trophy three times.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: RWC 2015
Duration: 13'54"

09:34
Rural communities transforming themselves into booktowns
BODY:
The booktown movement started in the Welsh town of Hay on Wye 1961 when Richard Booth decided to try and make it a mecca for book lovers to try and save the town's struggling rural economy. The concept gained international attention, when in 1977 he proclaimed himself as King of Hay on Wye - and appointed his horse as Prime Minister. The movement has spread throughout the world, there are book towns across Europe and in Malaysia, Korea, and Australia - they are filled with second hand bookstores, and host book festivals
Topics: books
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 17'18"

09:52
Pacific correspondent Michael Field
BODY:
Mike Field reports on the descendants of the original Bikini Islanders, moved for American nuclear testing, who are seeking to relocate to the United States as their substitute island goes underwater. Also Tokelau is marking its annual language week - it raises the question, what is the future of the lovely place? and can more be done to protect it?
Topics: Pacific
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 8'10"

10:09
Child Genius, Thomas Frith
BODY:
Twelve-year-old Thomas Frith who has an IQ higher than Einstein and Stephen Hawking, has read everything from Ulysses to Thomas Piketty's Capital in the 21st Century, plays the piano, cello, trombone and bassoon and can easily win two games of chess at the same time.

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Twelve-year-old Thomas Frith has an IQ higher than Einstein and Stephen Hawking.
He has read everything from Ulysses to Thomas Piketty's Capital in the 21st Century, plays the piano, cello, trombone and bassoon and can easily win two games of chess at the same time.
His mother Deborah Fletcher says he lives life at a very fast pace and at a young age he devoured so much knowledge he developed more knowledge about topics than his teachers.
Thomas Frith recently won Britain's Child Genius.
He and his mother talk about his insatiable quest for knowledge and his plans for the future.

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Tags: children, genius, Mensa
Duration: 26'28"

10:41
Book review: I'll Never Write My Memoirs by Grace Jones
BODY:
Reviewed by Kiran Dass, published by Simon & Schuster
Topics: books
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Duration: 4'33"

11:05
New Music with Jeremy Taylor
BODY:
Jeremy Taylor admires the dark, creepy stylings of former Brunette Jonathan Bree's second solo album, the soaring, glacial Nordic pop of a-Ha, and a long overdue reissue of Michael Head & The Strands 1997 dreamy folk-rock classic.
Topics: music
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Duration: 24'02"

11:29
Sports commentator Brendan Telfer
BODY:
The Rugby World Cup. The Phoenix Football team. Lydia Ko is number 1 again.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: RWC 2015
Duration: 15'19"

11:50
The Week that Was
BODY:
With Te Radar and Michele A'Court.
Topics: life and society
Regions:
Tags: comedy
Duration: 9'13"

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09:05 The Associate Transport Minister responds to botched TAIC report
The Transport Accident Investigation Commission is refusing to apologise to the families of the 2010 Fox Glacier crash victims for its mistakes. TAIC's chief commissioner Helen Cull, QC, says it 's not necessary, and that criticism of the commission was driven by grief.
Yesterday TAIC backtracked on some of its main findings on the sky diving plane crash which killed nine people including four overseas tourists. The original report from the Commission said that the weight and balance of the aircraft was the most likely cause. The new TAIC addendum to the report now says the aircraft was probably controllable before the crash. Craig Foss the Associate Transport Minister says he has full confidence in TAIC.
09:20 Have the All Blacks got what it takes to keep hold of the Web Ellis trophy?
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Former All Blacks captain Anton Oliver looks ahead to the All Blacks' chances of becoming the first nation to defend a Rugby World Cup win. The clash will mark the first time the two countries have played each other in the Rugby World Cup final, and the winner will create history, by becoming the first nation to lift the trophy three times.
09:30 Low-income rural communities transforming themselves into booktowns
The booktown movement started in the Welsh town of Hay on Wye 1961 when Richard Booth decided to try and make it a mecca for book lovers to try and save the town's struggling rural economy.
The concept gained international attention, when in 1977 he proclaimed himself as King of Hay on Wye - and appointed his horse as Prime Minister.
The movement has spread throughout the world, there are book towns across Europe and in Malaysia, Korea, and Australia - they are filled with second hand bookstores, and host book festivals
09:45 Pacific correspondent Michael Field
Mike Field reports on the descendants of the original Bikini Islanders, moved for American nuclear testing, who are seeking to relocate to the United States as their substitute island goes underwater. Also Tokelau is marking its annual language week – it raises the question, what is the future of the lovely place? and can more be done to protect it?
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10:05 Child Genius, Thomas Frith
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He has an IQ higher than that of Einsten and Stephen Hawking. 12 year old Thomas Frith recently won Britain's Child Genius. He passed his A levels while still at primary school, has read everything from Ulysses to Thomas Piketty's Capital in the 21st Century, he plays the piano, cello, trombone and bassoon and can easily win two games of chess at the same time. Thomas Frith and his mother Deborah Fletcher talk about his insatiable quest for knowledge and his plans for the future.
10:30 Book review: I'll Never Write My Memoirs by Grace Jones
Reviewed by Kiran Dass, published by Simon & Schuster
10:45 The Reading: The Final Episode of The Writers' Festival by Stephanie Johnson read by Judith Gibson and Nigel Collins (Part 12 of 12)
11:05 New Music with Jeremy Taylor
Jeremy Taylor admires the dark, creepy stylings of former Brunette Jonathan Bree's second solo album, the soaring, glacial Nordic pop of a-Ha, and a long overdue reissue of Michael Head & The Strands 1997 dreamy folk-rock classic.
Artist: Jonathan Bree
Song: Time Will Tell, Track 3
Comp: Jonathan Bree
Album: A Little Night Music
Label: Lil Chief
Broadcast Time: 3'10"
Song: Weird Hardcore, Track 7
Comp: Jonathan Bree
Album: A Little Night Music
Label: Lil Chief
Broadcast Time: 3'51"
Second solo album from former Brunettes frontman - his solo debut "The Primrose Path" was my album of 2013. Dark, orchestral, mysterious, more than a little creepy, Disney-ish, nightmarish. Very, very good. And quite brief.
Artist: a-Ha
Song: Cast In Steel, Track 1
Comp: Waaktar-Savoy
Album: Cast In Steel
Label: We Love Music/ Polydor/ Universal
Broadcast Time: 3'50"
Final album from Norwegian "Take On Me" hitmakers, 30 years on from that catchy ditty (which I once sang at karaoke in a Cuban nightclub). Epic, sweeping, melancholy Nordic pop, glacial and a clear influence on the like of Coldplay and Keane.
Artist: Michael Head & The Strands
Song: Something Like You, Track 2
Comp: Michael Head
Album: The Magical World Of…
Label: Megaphone Music
Broadcast Time: 3'46"
Finally, a reissue of brilliant, neglected 1997 album from Liverpudlians Michael and John Head, formerly The Pale Fountains, latterly of Shack. Gorgeous, gauzy, opiated folk rock, in love with The Byrds and Love. A brilliant, brilliant record that deserves a wider audience than it had at the time.
11:30 Sports commentator Brendan Telfer
11:45 The Week that Was with Te Radar and Michele A'Court

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Artist: Ruth Brown
Song: Wild Wild Young Men
Composer: Nugetre
Album: n/a
Label: Warner 277577
Time: 10:06
Artist: Phoenix Foundation
Song: Celestial Bodies
Composer: Buda/Callwood/O'Connor/Ricketts
Album: Give Up Your Dreams
Label: Universal
Time: 10:37
Artist: Jonathan Bree
Song: Time Will Tell, Track 3
Comp: Jonathan Bree
Album: A Little Night Music
Label: Lil Chief
Time: 11:05
Artist: Jonathan Bree
Song: Weird Hardcore, Track 7
Comp: Jonathan Bree
Album: A Little Night Music
Label: Lil Chief
Artist: a-Ha
Song: Cast In Steel, Track 1
Comp: Waaktar-Savoy
Album: Cast In Steel
Label: We Love Music/ Polydor/ Universal

Artist: Michael Head & The Strands
Song: Something Like You, Track 2
Comp: Michael Head
Album: The Magical World Of…
Label: Megaphone Music

===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

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12:00
Midday News for 30 October 2015
BODY:
The government says there's no need for an independent inquiry into the 2010 Fox Glacier plane crash; An emergency doctor says paracetamol is potentially dangerous.
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Duration: 15'00"

12:17
Building consents fall
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The number of building consents has fallen for the second month in a row.
Topics: business, economy
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Duration: 1'07"

12:19
New rules take effect from Sunday
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The Reserve Bank's revamped lending restrictions to try to cool the hot housing market in Auckland are about to come into effect.
Topics: business, economy
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Duration: 57"

12:25
Midday Markets
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For the latest from the markets we're joined by Brad Gordon at Macquarie Private Wealth.
Topics: business, economy
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Duration: 2'52"

12:26
Midday Sports News for 30 October 2015
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The All Blacks are wary of the Wallabies' loose forward trio.
Topics: sport
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Duration: 2'50"

12:35
Midday Rural News for 30 October 2015
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News from the rural and farming sectors.
Topics: rural, farming
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Duration: 7'31"

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===1:06 PM. | Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm===
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An upbeat mix of the curious and the compelling, ranging from the stories of the day to the great questions of our time (RNZ)

=AUDIO=

13:10
First song - One Step at a Time
BODY:
'One Step At A Time' - ELO.
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Duration: 3'48"

13:15
Exercise Southern Katipo
BODY:
A large scale military exercise is about to get underway at the top of the South Island. Thousands of army, navy and air force personnel as well as civilian volunteers from New Zealand and overseas are similulating what would happen, and what would need to be done, in a humanitarian emergency. We speak to organiser, Colonel Martin Dransfield.
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Duration: 12'37"

13:30
Garden Stories
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With spring in the air, and summer just around the corner (we hope) it's the season for garden trails, tours and events.
Topics: environment
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Tags: garden tours
Duration: 7'58"

13:35
Critter of the Week - Archey's Frog
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Nicola Toki from DoC joins us to discuss this week's critter - Archey's Frog.
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This week's critter is the Archey's Frog.
It is a bush frog that doesn't have webbing between its long toes and doesn't associate with pools of water, therefore nor do its babies.
Nicola says they are really beautiful and interesting creatures.
"They are indistinct genetically from fossils we have from 150 million years ago.
"So what that means is that these frogs were literally hopping around the feet of dinosaurs."
Nicola Toki from DoC joins us to discuss the Archey's Frog.

Topics: environment
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Duration: 8'49"

13:45
Favourite Album - Debut
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Debut by Bjork.
Topics: music
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Duration: 14'40"

14:05
The Morepork - Part 5
BODY:
The Morepork (Pt 5) by Andy James. Enter Crime-Puncher Pt 2. Our hero was left facing off with the violent vigilante Crime Puncher (Blazing Guitar solo) What will happen next??? Engineered by Phil Benge, produced by Duncan Smith.
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Duration: 4'22"

14:10
Best Biryani
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Who cooks the best biryani in Auckland's Little India?
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“When we opened our first restaurant, we tell people we have Sri Lankan food, they run away! Ramani Alwis

They’re sizzling up a storm in Auckland’s Sandringham Road shopping centre, now known as Little India. Many of the restaurants there are engaged in a battle for the “best biryani”, one of Southern Asia’s celebrated signature dishes
Biryani is a mixed dish with spices, vegetables, meat or fish, and rice. There seems to be as many variations to it as there are states and countries that cook it. Over the last month four judges have dined incognito on all the biryanis, and the winners will be announced at this weekend’s Sandringham Street Festival
The competition is the brainchild of Lisa Loveday who’s been running spice tours through Sandringham for the last three years. She says Biryani is a dish for a celebration and it’s always served with the best rice that the cook can afford.
Lisa and I first visit Sandringham’s Taste of Sri Lanka Restaurant, where Ramani Alwis is in charge. She shows me how she cooks biryani her way…complete with the best basmati rice of course.
Ramani takes marinated meat and mixes it in a wok with ginger infused garlic .Then she adds fresh cardamon, cloves, cinnamon stick and pandan leaves that look like big fat blades of grass. There’s curry powder too, made by Ramani from her own fresh ingredients. The marinated meat, Ramani calls mutton, but it is in fact goat meat. In Ramini’s finished biryani there’s also a chicken leg and one hard-boiled egg.
Listen to Ramani creating biryani;
Ramani and her teacher husband Nandasiri came to New Zealand fifteen years ago. Nandasiri couldn’t find work here in his profession, so eventually the couple opened a takeaway place in Mangere. Nandasiri knew little about cooking and their prospective customers even less about Sri Lankan food.
“We tell people we have Sri Lankan food, they run away! “, laughs Ramani.
So the couple cooked fish and chips to make ends meet, but they also produced Sri Lankan finger food which they sold at market days around Auckland.
Just up Sandringham Road from Ramani’s place is the “Top in Town” takeaways, where owner Rajesh Kumar tells me about the Hyderabad style biryani he makes. His is “dum” biryani, slow-cooked in a pot traditionally sealed with bread dough. He cooks in big batches which he says will serve about thirty people and can be sold out in a few minutes to locals keen on takeaways with a difference.
The word biryani comes from the Persian language. It’s derived either from the noun for rice or the verb “to fry”. It thought the Mughals bought the dish to South Asia in the 1500’s
Topics: food, life and society
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: Nandasiri Alwis, biryani, biriyani, Sri Lanka, India, Fiji, pulao, Mangere, Sandringham, Taste of Sir Lanka, Top in Town, Persian
Duration: 9'17"

14:20
NZ Live - Hopetoun Brown
BODY:
New Zealand Live today is the duo of Nick Atkinson and Tim Stewart. Together they make Hopetoun Brown. They have been collaborating for more than 30 years on a number of projects not least as the brass section for Supergroove but, according to Tim, their first project was building a paper rocket together in school.
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New Zealand Live today features the duo Nick Atkinson and Tim Stewart. Together called Hopetoun Brown. They have been collaborating for more than 30 years on a number of projects not least as the brass section for Supergroove but, according to Tim, their first project was building a paper rocket together in school when they were eight.

They release their first album Burning Fuse today, before embarking on a 12-date nationwide tour, taking their bluesy sound to the likes of Hamilton, Carterton and Hokitika.
Topics: music
Regions:
Tags: live music, brass instruments
Duration: 35'45"

15:10
Food - Dariush Lolaiy
BODY:
Dariush will explain his recipe for chargrilled venison with heritage tomatoes, herb pesto and freekeh.
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Dariush will explain his recipe for chargrilled venison with heritage tomatoes, herb pesto and freekeh.
Topics: food
Regions:
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Duration: 13'09"

15:20
Weekend Wine - Cameron Douglas
BODY:
Cameron will provide a wine match for the venison and recommend some wine for this weekend's consumption.
Topics: food
Regions:
Tags: wine
Duration: 6'02"

15:30
Movie Review - Richard Swainson
BODY:
Richard has been to see 99 Homes and The Dressmaker.
Topics: arts
Regions:
Tags: film
Duration: 12'20"

15:35
New Music - Yadana Saw
BODY:
Yadana will preview what's coming up on Music 101 this weekend and play us a song.
Topics: music
Regions:
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Duration: 7'43"

15:45
The Panel pre-show for 30 October 2015
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What the world is talking about with Jesse Mulligan and Julie Moffett.
Topics:
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Duration: 11'41"

=SHOW NOTES=

1:10 First song
'One Step At A Time' - ELO
1:15 Exercise Southern Katipo - Colonel Martin Dransfield
A large scale military exercise is about to get underway at the top of the South Island. Thousands of army, navy and air force personnel as well as civilian volunteers from New Zealand and overseas are simulating what would happen, and what would need to be done, in a humanitarian emergency.
1:25 Garden Season - Penny Zino
Penny Zino has been gardening her seven acre property in North Canterbury for 50-years. She's expecting more than two-thousand people to come through this weekend for the annual Art in a Garden event.
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1:30 Critter Of The Week - Nicola Toki
Nicola Toki from DoC joins us to discuss this week's critter - Archey's Frog.
1:40 Favourite album
Debut - Bjork
2:10 The Morepork - Episode 5
Mark Masterson is a mild mannered student by day. By night he protects the city as the mighty masked hero The Morepork.
2:15 New Zealand Society - Best Biryani
They're sizzling up a storm in Auckland's Sandringham Road shopping centre now known as Little India. Many of the restaurants there are engaged in a battle for the "Best Biryani", one of Southern Asia's celebrated signature dishes.
2:20 NZ Live - Hopetoun Brown
Today's New Zealand Live comes in the form of duo Nick Atkinson and Tim Stewart. Together they're Hopetoun Brown. They have been collaborating for more than 30 years on a number of projects including being the brass section for Supergroove and according to Tim, their first project was building a paper rocket together in school at age eight.
3:10 Food, Wine and Movies
Food - Dariush Lolaiy
Dariush will explain his recipe for chargrilled venison with heritage tomatoes, herb pesto and freekeh.
Weekend Wine - Cameron Douglas
Cameron will provide a wine match for the venison and recommend some wine for this weekend's consumption.
Movie Review - Dr Richard Swainson
Richard has been to see 99 Homes and The Dressmaker.
New Music - Zac Arnold
Zac will preview what's coming up on Music 101 this weekend and play us a song.
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show
What the world is talking about with Jesse Mulligan and Julie Moffett.

=PLAYLIST=

Friday 30th October
JESSE'S SONG:
ARTIST: Electric Light Orchestra
TITLE: One Step At A Time
COMP: Lynne
ALBUM: Alone In The Universe
LABEL: Columbia
FEATURE ALBUM:
ARTIST: Bjork
TITLE: Big Time Sensuality
COMP: Bjork, Hooper
ALBUM: Debut
LABEL: Polydor
ARTIST: Bjork
TITLE: Human Behaviour
COMP: Gudmundsdottir, Hooper
ALBUM: Debut
LABEL: Polydor
ARTIST: Bjork
TITLE: Venus as a Boy
COMP: Bjork
ALBUM: Debut
LABEL: Polydor
ARTIST: Bjork
TITLE: Like Someone In Love
COMP: Burke, Van Heusen
ALBUM: Debut
LABEL: Polydor
NZ LIVE:
ARTIST: Hopetoun Brown
TITLE: Knitted Into My Bones
COMP: Hopetoun Brown
ALBUM: Live at RNZ
LABEL: Live at RNZ
ARTIST: Hopetoun Brown
TITLE: Burning Fuse
COMP:Hopetoun Brown
ALBUM: Live at RNZ
LABEL: Live at RNZ
ARTIST: Hopetoun Brown
TITLE: Demanding Blues
COMP: Hopetoun Brown
ALBUM: Live at RNZ
LABEL: Live at RNZ
ARTIST: Hopetoun Brown
TITLE: Sorry You're Sick
COMP: Hopetoun Brown
ALBUM: Live at RNZ
LABEL: Live at RNZ
HALFTIME:
ARTIST: London Symphony Orchestra
TITLE: Land of Hope and Glory
COMP: Elgar
ALBUM: Land of Hope and Glory
LABEL: EMI

===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 30 October 2015
BODY:
What the world is talking about with Jesse Mulligan and Julie Moffett.
Topics:
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Duration: 11'41"

16:00
The Panel with Clark Gayford and David Farrar (Part 1)
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Panel intro;Doctors and freebies;Ross Sea sanctuary;China drops one-child policy.
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Duration: 22'57"

16:10
Panel intro
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What the Panelists David Farrar and Clarke Gayford have been up to.
Topics:
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Duration: 4'42"

16:15
Doctors and freebies
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Hamilton psychiatrist Dr David Menkes says beware drug companies bearing gifts.
Topics:
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Duration: 9'22"

16:18
Ross Sea sanctuary
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In an important step to protecting another area of the Antarctic China has agreed to establishing the Ross Sea Marine Reserve.
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Duration: 2'35"

16:25
China drops one-child policy
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China's dropped its 35-year one-child policy. We talk to China specialist Professor Bo Zhiyue of Victoria University.
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Duration: 6'10"

16:30
The Panel with Clark Gayford and David Farrar
BODY:
Brits say sorry 1.9 million times, Panel says, RWC with Mark Reason, deep sea oil permits.
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Duration: 26'09"

16:32
Brits say sorry 1.9 million times
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British people are all apologies. A new book looks at how language defines the Bristish character.
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Duration: 3'55"

16:35
Panel says
BODY:
What the Panelists David Farrar and Clarke Gayford have been thinking about.
Topics:
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Duration: 5'29"

16:45
RWC with Mark Reason
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Fairfax writer Mark Reason joins us again to discuss the Rugby World Cup final and the cult of McCaw.
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Duration: 8'58"

16:50
Deep sea oil permits
BODY:
The Auckland Council today voted on a proposal to grant deep sea drilling permits to companies looking to establish the size of gas and oil deposits off the west coast.
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Duration: 3'16"

=SHOW NOTES=

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

Radio New Zealand's two-hour news and current affairs programme 6:35 Focus on Politics Analysis of significant political issues presented by Radio New Zealand's parliamentary reporting team (RNZ)

=AUDIO=

17:00
Checkpoint Top Stories for Friday 30 October 2015
BODY:
Bush trek faces households cut off by bridge slump;Asbestos closes West Auckland high school;Push to ban paracetamol sales to young people;All Blacks and Wallabies dismiss history as history beckons;Building consents fall;Claims that slumped bridge not maintained;Top rugby league star could be next to be deported back to NZ.
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Duration: 24'37"

17:08
Households cut off by bridge slump face bush trek
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Hundreds of people in Upper Hutt face having to clamber for an hour through the bush just to leave home, after surging floodwaters took out their bridge.
Topics: environment, weather
Regions: Wellington Region
Tags: Upper Hutt, Bridge Street bridge slump
Duration: 3'24"

17:10
Asbestos closes West Auckland high school
BODY:
Asbestos dust has been discovered in the air in the school hall and the administration block at Kaiapara College in Helensville.
Topics: environment, health
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: Kaipara College, Helensville, asbestos
Duration: 3'33"

17:15
Push to ban paracetamol sales to young people
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A leading emergency doctor wants the sale of paracetamol banned for under 18s because too many people are overdosing on it.
Topics: health
Regions:
Tags: paracetamol overdoses
Duration: 2'49"

17:20
All Blacks and Wallabies dismiss history as history beckons
BODY:
History beckons for the winner of the rugby world cup final in London, but both the All Blacks and Wallabies are dismissing it as a factor, in the lead up to Sunday morning's match at Twickenham.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: All Blacks, wallabies, RWC
Duration: 4'05"

17:25
Building consents fall
BODY:
The construction sector remains buoyant despite the number of building consents falling for the second month in a row.
Topics: housing
Regions:
Tags: building consents
Duration: 3'31"

17:27
Claims that slumped bridge not maintained
BODY:
More now on the 60 or so households mostly cut off after a bridge slumped in floodwaters just north of Upper Hutt.
Topics: environment, weather
Regions:
Tags: bridge
Duration: 3'11"

17:33
Today's Market Update
BODY:
Business confidence has rebounded into positive territory, according to the latest ANZ bank's monthly survey.
Topics: business, economy
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Duration: 2'10"

17:37
Top rugby league star could be next to be deported back to NZ
BODY:
Top-flight rugby league brawler Russell Packer is facing possible deportation, the latest New Zealander to fall foul of Australia's tightened visa laws.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: rugby league
Duration: 3'42"

17:42
NZ denys being pressured by Israel
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New Zealand is denying suggestions that it was pressured by Israel not to bring a new resolution on the Middle East to United Nations Security Council.
Topics: politics
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Duration: 2'41"

17:43
Silver Ferns need this win to take home Constellation Cup
BODY:
As the rugby world awaits the much-anticipated New Zealand-Australia clash on Sunday morning, tonight there's another trans-tasman clash that has a lot riding on it.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: Silver Ferns, netball
Duration: 3'20"

17:47
Auckland Council and Housing NZ grapple with rubbish
BODY:
Housing New Zealand has fenced off a mountain of rubbish and brought in a security guard to make sure no one else dumps junk on a piece of land it owns in South Auckland.
Topics: environment
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: South Auckland, rubbish
Duration: 3'27"

17:50
Government looks for formal negotiations with EU
BODY:
Securing a free trade deal with the European Union has inched closer with the Government wanting to begin formal negotiations as soon as possible.
Topics: politics
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Duration: 2'44"

17:53
Ross Sea protection bid fails
BODY:
The fifth attempt to get marine protection for the Ross Sea has failed, but at the eleventh hour China came to the table, saying it could support a revised proposal.
Topics: environment
Regions:
Tags: Ross Sea, marine protection
Duration: 3'24"

17:55
Satellites pave way for easier rescues
BODY:
Finding missing trampers or lost ships and planes is about to get a lot easier.
Topics: environment
Regions:
Tags: search and rescue, trampers
Duration: 3'56"

18:08
Sports News for 30 October 2015
BODY:
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
Regions:
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Duration: 3'09"

18:12
Who'll take home the RWC trophy?
BODY:
It's just 35 hours until the Big Game. The All Blacks will this Sunday hope to become the first team to ever defend their Rugby World Cup title when they meet the Wallabies at Twickenham.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: RWC
Duration: 5'19"

18:16
China scraps one-child policy
BODY:
China has finally done away with its much hated one-child policy that's been around since 1979.
Topics: life and society
Regions:
Tags: children, China, one child policy
Duration: 4'05"

18:22
Anger at the decision to close Hato Petera boarding facilities
BODY:
Some parents are angry and disappointed about the decision to close Hato Petera College to boarders.
Topics: te ao Māori
Regions:
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Duration: 2'17"

18:25
Friend of crash victims wants lights on one-way streets
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The Christchurch City Council is considering making its one way streets safer with flashing lights, after a double fatality this month.
Topics: politics, health
Regions: Canterbury
Tags: Christchurch, one way streets, flashing lights, safety
Duration: 3'49"

18:35
Focus on Politics for 30 October 2015
BODY:
New Zealand made history by becoming the first country to give women the vote but is it still breaking new ground in 2015?
Topics: politics
Regions:
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Duration: 18'13"

18:57
Len Brown says decision on mayoralty "soon"
BODY:
The mayor of Auckland Len Brown says he'll decide soon whether to seek a third term, but won't put a date on it.
Topics: politics
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: politics, Auckland City Council
Duration: 2'22"

=SHOW NOTES=

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

Entertainment and information, including: 8:25 Spotlight: A RNZ Music feature 9:06 Country Life

=SHOW NOTES=

=AUDIO=

21:05
Visa Issues
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Filipino dairy workers are dealing with long delays in getting their visas renewed due to the investigation currently underway into fake documents.
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Topics: rural, farming
Regions: Canterbury
Tags: Filipino dairy workers, visas, immigration
Duration: 6'46"

21:12
Regional Wrap
BODY:
The North Island all regions are short on moisture and drying, cool winds have kept growth slow, in the South Island lambs are going for processing in increasing numbers at less than ideal weights.
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The North Island all regions are short on moisture and drying, cool winds have kept growth slow, in the South Island lambs are going for processing in increasing numbers at less than ideal weights.
Topics: rural
Regions:
Tags: farming conditions
Duration: 6'55"

21:18
Rural Raconteur
BODY:
South Otago sheep farmer Ross Agnew, known for his protest song Fart Tax Blues, has published a collection of his poetry in a new book called Farmyard Blues.
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Ross Agnew's sheep farm sits on the rolling pastoral hills at Kaihiku, a rural settlement between Balclutha and Clinton in South Otago. It has been in the family for three generations.
He says “My grandfather bought a hundred acres here in 1912 and when my father came back from the war bought a neighbouring place as well as this one and he died in 1968 when I was quite you so we’ve run the place ever since pretty much.”
As well as being a farmer, Ross is also a musician and a poet.
He learnt to play the guitar when he was a teenager and is now a life member of the Clutha Country Music Club. His writing came to the fore in 1988 when he came second in poetry completion run by local newspaper.
“I stuck an entry in anonymously and wrote about rogernomics at the time and the effect it had on local communities and the paper rung me up and said I have to appear in the newspaper if I wanted to collect the prize so that was when I came out of the closet I suppose!
He turned one of his poems into a song and it ended up being an international hit in 2003. Fart Tax Blues was played on radio and television stations in several countries and it struck a bale chord with local farmers because it was a protest song about the government's proposed fart tax.
“The government at the time was introducing a tax on the gas emissions livestock which I thought it was absurd at the time and it soon got labelled as the fart tax and I just thought it was a great topic to write about.”
Since then Ross has been writing poems, most of which depict humorous vignettes from rural life and they been published in a book called Farmyard Blues, the first edition of which has sold out!
Topics: rural, farming
Regions: Waikato, Otago
Tags: Fart Tax Blues, Farmyard Blues, poetry, music, sheep, farm
Duration: 13'13"

21:30
Whitianga Philanthropy
BODY:
Whitianga is a beautiful seaside town on the Coromandel peninsula. Geographically it's an isolated, rural community more than an hour's drive from its nearest service centre. And while it may look like paradise, the community is just like any other, with its share of people who need social support. For more than 45 years Whitianga's Social Services trust has been providing a 'safety net' for the people in its community; offering services and programmes for children, youth, families and for older people. (topics] rural
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Whitianga youth social worker Steffen Lindner has just had a couple of pieces of paper thrust into his hand.
On closer inspection he sees that they are police infringement notices. A young man has just given them to him not knowing what to do.
"He has to pay $450 dollars and I know he don't have money."
Steffen works out of a building known in Whitianga as The Youth Space, a space that offers a place for young people between the age or 12 and 24 to hang out, take part in activities and find support if they need it.
"So he never would come in a normal office to ask someone for help..he told me it's just because he know us through all the other things we are doing here that he is trusting me and asked me for help."
The Youth Space is run under the umbrella of the Whitianga Social Services Trust - a Trust established in the late 1960's to support people living in the rurally isolated Mercury Bay area.
Today the Trust offers dozens of services for children, young people families and the elderly.
Each year in the a community of 7500, it works closely with 1800 people who need support.
Local businessman Stephan Bosman is on the Trust board.
"We have an amazing community but like all communities it is not perfect. We need to provide a complete safety net."
Stephan says earlier this year, when the weather was warmer, the Trust became aware women were sleeping on the beach.
Whitianga doesn't have a women's refuge or women's shelter and they had nowhere to go.
"They shifted here with their partners and the relationship didn't work out and they had nobody here and they had no means to go anywhere."
Stephan says Whitianga Social Services rescued them off the beach and helped put them in touch with people happy to accommodate them until they could return to where they had support.
"If Social Services wasn't going to do it who on earth was going to help them," he says.
"Personally I just can't see, in any civilised society, that we have to tolerate people suffering primarily where it is not a result of their own doing."
Topics:
Regions: Waikato
Tags: Coromandel Peninsula, social services, Whitianga, community services
Duration: 22'00"

9:06 Country Life: Memorable scenes, people and places in rural NZ (RNZ)

=AUDIO=

20:12
The non-sport minded people
BODY:
In a sports-mad country on the eve of the final game of the nation's most popular sport where the representative team is to stand against their traditional rivals, where does one find relief from such things, if such things aren't central to one's life...
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Tags: rugby, World Rugby Cup, All Blacks.
Duration: 20'19"

20:50
The Conundrum Winner
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Doctor William W Ahlers from Hornby
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Duration: 7'27"

=SHOW NOTES=

NIGHTS on RNZ National
with skipper. Bryan Crump & navigator. Robyn Rockgirl Walker
Tonight's rundown (Friday)...
7:07pm NIGHTS Sonic Tonic (songs & sounds to kick-start your weekend) - doubt
8:12pm NIGHTS Other Sports & Overseas Sports Correspondents
roster: Helene Elliott (Los Angeles, USA); Paul Kennedy (Melbourne, Australia); Russell Fuller (London, United Kingdom); & Dave Raish (Berlin, Germany)
THE NON-SPORT MINDED PEOPLE
in a sports-mad country on the eve of the final game of the nation's most popular sport where the representative team is to stand against their traditional rivals, where does one find relief from such things, if such things aren't central to one's life...
8:25pm Spotlight (music (under a spotlight)) - Live: Julia Deans, Anika Moa with the Auckland Philharmonia, Auckland Town Hall
8:52pm NIGHTS conundrum answer - an explanation of clues & winner's song
9:07pm Country Life (people and stories from out-of-town)
9:57pm NIGHTS The Week's Evening Feedback
10:17pm Late Edition (a round up of today's RNZ news and feature interviews as well as Date Line Pacific from RNZ International)
11:07pm The Eleventh Hour [Friday Finale] - Sun Ra: Strange Celestial Road pt 4 of 4 - Walking on the Moon
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... nights' time is the right time...

===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=

A journey into the music and myths of Sun Ra: Walking on the Moon (F, RNZ)

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