Radio New Zealand National. 2015-12-29. 00:00-23:59.
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A 24-hour recording of Radio New Zealand National. The following rundown is sourced from the broadcaster’s website. Note some overseas/copyright restricted items may not appear in the supplied rundown:
29 December 2015
===12:04 AM. | All Night Programme===
Including: 12:05 Music after Midnight; 12:30 Spectrum (RNZ); 1:05 From the World (RNZ); 2:05 Night Lights Classic (7 of 12, WFIU) 3:05 Flaw Plans, by David Hill (RNZ); 3:30 An Author's View (RNZ); 4:30 Art Crimes with Arthur Tompkins 5:10 Witness (BBC)
===6:00 AM. | None (National)===
An early miscellany of music, stories and random thoughts
===7:00 AM. | Summer Report===
Teresa Cowie and Ian Telfer present two hours of summer news and information, including interviews with the newsmakers, plus sport, business, weather and features
Top Stories for Tuesday 29 December 2015
Marlborough is close to officially declaring a drought in the region and a deal for Korean women used as sex slaves by the Japanese during the Second World War - but is it too little, too late?
Marlborough faces worst drought in years
The Marlborough region is facing its worst drought in nearly 15 years, if much needed rain doesn't fall soon.
Drought conditions threaten Marlborough
And joining us now is the Marlborough winemaker, Peter Yealands.
Rift resolved between Japan and South Korea
A long standing rift between Japan and South Korea over the plight of so-called "comfort women" used during the Second World war has been resolved.
Tags: South Korea
Retaking Ramadi from ISIS seen as a 'very big milestone'
The Iraqi Army has declared victory over ISIS in the city of Ramadi.
NZ Police also focus on road accidents this holiday,
The country's road toll is now sitting at one more than at this time last year.
Tags: road toll
Rhythm and Vines festival gets underway today
The Rhythm and Vines concert gets underway in Gisborne today and more than 4000 campers were expected to arrive last night.
Regions: East Coast
Tags: Rhythm and Vines
Maori MPs step up in 2015
In Maori, the house of representatives is often translated as the Lion's Den.
Topics: te ao Maori, politics
New Zealand driver Scott Dixon
The New Zealand driver Scott Dixon had another stellar year winning his fourth Indy Car Series title on a dramatic last day of racing in California.
Tags: Scott Dixon
Books for this Christmas
If you didn't do so well on the book front this Christmas, we've got a few ideas for you on Summer Report today.
Sports News for 29 December 2015
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Drought conditions threaten Marlborough
The Marlborough region is facing a record-breaking drought.
Comanche wins the Sydney to Hobart yacht race
There was celebration in Tasmania last night as Comanche took line honours in the 71st Sydney to Hobart yacht race.
Tags: Sydney to Hobart race
Plans to keep Lyall Bay's surf if the runway's extended
Wellington's Lyall Bay has been surfed for more than a century, but locals are worried the airport's runway extension plans could kill some of the city's best waves.
Regions: Wellington Region
Tags: Lyall Bay
New standards for P decontamination
New standards for cleaning properties where drugs have been cooked are being welcomed.
Markets Update for 29 December 2015
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
Topics: business, economy
Mobile phone apps developed to avoid problem of festive season
The festive season brings with it the chance for parties, catch ups and drinking. And unfortunately sometimes that leads to drunk texting people we really shouldn't be texting late at night.
Tags: phone apps
Black Caps thrash Sri Lanka is second ODI in Chch
Sri Lanka was no match for an in-form Black Caps side at Hagley Oval yesterday.
Tags: Black Caps
Tips to save on fuel economy
Whether it's a long trip to the bach or a quick drive to the mall - people spend more on fuel during the holidays than at any other time.
Group sets up safe place for at-risk youth
An Auckland support group for at-risk youth says a gap in state care is one of the reasons why they want to set up their own residence for teenagers.
Topics: life and society
Tags: at-risk youth
What to do with browning Christmas trees
If your Christmas tree is browning up at the edges and it's time for it to go - the Department of Conservation wants you to think carefully about how you get rid of it.
Tags: Christmas tree
===9:06 AM. | Summer Noelle===
A holiday season of interviews, features, music and stories from all over New Zealand and around the world, with your host Noelle McCarthy
Ernest Hemingway's best friend talks to Noelle about his life with the writer and the book he's written called Hemingway in Love: His Own Story
Topics: author interview
Tags: AE Hotchner
Andrew Potter joins Noelle to discuss what's happening on his side of the world.
Dr Helen Pankhurst
Great granddaughter of Suffragette leader Emeline talks to Noelle about the movie based on her famous family members
With broadcaster Kevin Milne choosing the road of the day.
With Poet Ashleigh Young talking about her favourite poem and doing a reading.
Dom Corry joins Noelle from LA to talk about the latest offerings at the cinema.
Professor Vic Arcus
Vic Arcus begins his weekly segment on the life of science.
Songs of My Life
Cocos Cantina owners Renee and Damaris Coulter are talking about the music of their lives.
Classic Film Club
TV3 movie reviewer Kate Rodger talking about her all time favourite flick.
9:07 AE Hotchner.
Ernest Hemingway lived big and loved big.
And for 14 years, AE Hotchner had a front row seat to that life lived large.
As a friend and confidant, Hotchner shared adventures in France, Italy, Cuba and Spain, where, Hemingway, considered one of the most important writers of his generation, had his friend pretend to be a matador while he played manager. Hemingway married 4 times and took his own life in 1961.
Before his death, he entrusted another story to his friend in taped conversations in the last years of his life.
It's the story of his greatest love and greatest loss. AE Hotchner has written before about Papa Hemingway, but did not feel like he could tell the full story until now.
His new book is called Hemingway in Love: His Own Story. It begins with the story of how Hotchner and Ernest Hemingway first met.. .. when he was sent to Cuba to ask Hemingway, legend as he was to write an article for Cosmopolitan magazine... in the spring of 1948, a fateful undertaking that nearly 70 years later, Hotchner still remembers well and shares his memories with Noelle.
9:37 UK Correspondent: Andrew Potter
Andrew has the latest on the flooding in the UK as well as the heightened terror alert for the upcoming New Year’s celebrations.
He’s also got some interesting numbers on how the “Christmas jumper” season has peaked in Britain already.
10:06 Dr Helen Pankhurst
19 years after women in New Zealand won the right to vote, British women would need deeds, not words to get this fundamental right in the early part of the 20th century.
Suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst encouraged dramatic deeds like Arson, smashing windows, burning postboxes.
The story of their struggle is now told in a movie released this week called Suffragette, staring Carry Mulligan, Helena Bonham Carter and Meryl Streep as Emmeline Pankhurst.
In the recreated offices of the Women's and Social and Political Union in London, there is 4 second shot in the film of a woman planning demonstrations.
She is Dr Helen Pankhurst, the granddaughter of Sylvia Pankhurst and Great Grand Daughter of Emmeline and she joins Noelle to discuss the legacy of her famous relatives.
10:30 Roads: Kevin Milne
Each day on Summer Noelle a well-known New Zealander shares their favourite road and talks about what it means to them. Today broadcaster and journalist Kevin Milne tells us about his pick.
10:41 Poems: Ashleigh Young
This year we have a poet a day on the show telling us about the poem they like the most and why. Today Ashleigh Young is the poet and she’s chosen Lines for the Fortune Cookies, by Frank O’Hara.
As well as talking about the poem Ashleigh will do a reading.
10:45 Movie Critic: Dom Corry
We head to the cinema with Dom Corry in LA who’s seen the latest releases on offer this holiday season. Today he’s talking to Noelle about, French dramedy The Bélier Family, Jennifer Lawrence Oscar bait , Joy and Point Break remake.
11:05 Weekly science: Professor Vic Arcus
Vic Arcus, is a professor of biological sciences at Waikato University, and for the next 3 weeks on Summer Noelle, we'll be discussing Life Matters, or the Matter of Life, if you'd rather, in a regular slot.
Today he’s kicking off the series with the Time Machine Experiment that's happening in the lab at the University of Waikato.
11:24 Songs of My Life: Renee and Demaris Coulter
Today’s Songs of a life are with sisters Renee and Demaris Coulter from Auckland Restaurant Coco's Cantina.
The pair chose their songs together and they tell Noelle why the first track, by De La Soul is what they think of as a holiday song.
11:50 Classic Film Club: Kate Rodger
Each day a well-known person joins us for the classic film club.
Today TV3’s movie reviewer and entertainment correspondent extraordinaire Kate Rodger is with Noelle to talk about her all –time favourite flick.
ARTIST: Bob Dylan
TITLE: If you see her, say hello
ALBUM: Blood On The Tracks
ARTIST: David Bowie
TITLE: Ashes to Ashes
ALBUM: Ashes To Ashes: Series 1
ARTIST: Leon Bridges
TITLE: Comin' Home
COMP: Block, Bridges, Jenkins, Vivion
ALBUM: Coming Home
ARTIST: Natalie Prass
TITLE: Your Fool
COMP: Prass, Ryan
ALBUM: Natalie Prass
TITLE: Dagenham Dave
COMP: Morrissey, Whyte
ALBUM: Southpaw Grammar [Legacy Edition, Bonus Tracks]
COMP: Burns, Convertino, Mendoza
ALBUM: Edge of the Sun
ARTIST: De La Soul
TITLE: Say No Go
COMP: Trugoy the Dove, Paul Huston, V. Keith Mason
ALBUM: 3 Feet High And Rising
LABEL: Tommy Boy
ARTIST: Souls of Mischief
TITLE: 93 Till Infinity
COMP: Souls of Mischief
ALBUM: 93 Till Infinity
ARTIST: Marvin Gaye
TITLE: Got to give it up
ALBUM: Marvin Gaye: 15 Greatest Hits (Compilation)
===Noon | Midday Report===
A round-up of today's news and sports, including: 12:12 Worldwatch
Midday News for 29 December 2015
The worst drought in decades tightens its grip on Marlborough.
Midday Sports News for 29 December 2015
The Australian model Kristy Hinze-Clark says she was terrified at times during her maiden Sydney to Hobart race aboard come-from-behind line honours winner Comanche.
===12:30 PM. | Matinee Idle===
Phil O'Brien and Simon Morris present an afternoon of alleged music and dubious entertainment
Matinee Idle, 29/12/2015
12 - 1 pm
Artist: Joe Tex
Title: You're Right Ray Charles
Album: Singles A's & B's, Vol 3 - 1969-1972
Composer: Joe Tex
Title: Michael Caine
Album: It's Madness - Sixteen Classic Tracks
Composer: Smyth, Woodgate
Artist: Randy Newman
Title: The Story of a Rock and Roll Band
Album: Born Again
Composer: Randy Newman
Label: Warner Bros.
Artist: The Romeos
Title: The Tiger's Wide Awake (The Lion Sleeps Tonight)
Album: Riders in the Sky - The Amy Records Story
Composer: Peretti, Creatore, Weiss, Stanton, Keller, Colber
Label: One Day
Artist: John Fogerty
Title: Vance Can't Dance
Composer: John Fogerty
1 - 2 pm
Artist: Mojo Nixon
Title: Don Henley Must Die
Composer: Mojo Nixon
Artist: The Pointer Sisters
Album: The Pointer Sisters - Platinum & Gold Collection
Composer: Sharron, Mitchell, Skardina
Artist: Todd Rundgren
Title: Something to Fall Back On
Album: A Capella
Composer: Todd Rundgren
Artist: Jimmy Webb
Title: P.F. Sloan
Album: Words and Music
Composer: Jimmy Webb
Label: Warner Bros.
Artist: Sandy Salisbury
Title: Come Softly
Composer: Christopher, Ellis, Troxel
Label: Sonic Past
Title: A Sunday Smile
Album: The Flying Club Cup
Composer: Zach Condon
Artist: Deep Purple
Title: Kentucky Woman
Album: The Book of Taliesyn
Title: Just Like Eddie
Album: Just Like Eddie - The Heinz Anthology
Artist: Space ft. Cerys Matthews
Title: The Ballad of Tom Jones
Composer: Scott, Space
Title: Killed by Death
Composer: Campbell, Kilmeister, Gill, Wurzel
2 - 3 pm
Artist: Ian Dury
Title: Sweet Gene Vincent
Album: New Boots and Panties!!
Composer: Dury, Jankel
Artist: Alison Krauss & Jerry Douglas
Title: Carolina on My Mind
Album: James Taylor - A Musicares Person of the Year Tribute
Composer: James Taylor
Artist: Jethro Tull
Title: We Used to Know
Album: Stand Up
Composer: Ian Anderson
Label: Island Reprise
Artist: Charlie Puth ft. Meghan Trainor
Title: Marvin Gaye
Composer: Puth, Frost
Artist: Junior Wells
Album: Paint it Blue - Songs of the Rolling Stones
Composer: Jagger, Richards
Artist: Patton Oswalt
Title: At Midnight I Will Kill George Lucas With a Shovel
Album: Werewolves and Lollipops
Composer: Patton Oswalt
Label: Sub Pop
Artist: Van Dyke Parks
Title: Jack Palance
Album: Discover America
Composer: Van Dyke Parks
Label: Warner Bros.
Artist: Alyson Greenfield
Title: Gangsta's Paradise
Composer: Wonder, Coolio, Rasheed, Sanders
Artist: The Thrills
Title: Corey Haim
Album: Let's Bottle Bohemia
Composer: Deasy, The Thrills
Artist: Congress-Woman Malinda Jackson Parker
Title: Cousin Mosquito #1
Album: Tubman Goodtype Songs of Liberia
Composer: Malinda Jackson Parker
Artist: Dusty Springfield & Jimi Hendrix
Composer: Inez & Charlie Foxx
Artist: The Kinks
Title: A Gallon of Gas
Album: Low Budget
Composer: Ray Davies
3 - 4 pm
Artist: Arnie "Sciffle Joe" Norse
Title: Hasta la Vista Elvis Presley
Album: Greatest Hits
Composer: Arnie Norse
Artist: Dion & the Belmonts
Title: He'll Only Hurt You
Album: Six Classic Albums Plus Singles
Composer: DiMucci, Sherman, Maurer, Farrell
Label: Real Gone
Title: Stop Googling Me
Album: Introducing, Bart&Baker
Composer: Marcella Puppini
Label: Bart&Baker Music
Artist: Sam Cooke
Title: Little Red Rooster
Album: Night Beat
Composer: Willie Dixon
Label: RCA Victor
Artist: Billy Swan
Title: Don't Be Cruel
Album: I Can Help
Composer: Otis Blackwell
Artist: The Mamas and the Papas
Title: You Baby
Album: You Baby - Words and Music by P.F. Sloan and Steve Barri
Composer: Sloan, Barri
4 - 5 pm
Artist: The East Village Opera Company
Title: Nessun Dorma
Album: The East Village Opera Company
Composer: Giacomo Puccini
Artist: The Divine Comedy
Title: The Indie Disco
Album: Bang Goes the Knighthood
Composer: Neil Hannon
Label: Divine Comedy Records
Artist: John Grant
Title: Global Warming
Album: Grey Tickles, Black Pressure
Composer: John Grant
Title: Life is a Rock (But the Radio Rolled Me)
Composer: Paul DiFranco, Norman Dolph
Label: RCA Victor
Title: Rolling in the Deep
Composer: Adele Adkins, Paul Epworth
Artist: Kris Kristofferson
Title: Blame it on the Stones
Composer: Kristofferson, Wilkin
Artist: The Rolling Stones
Title: Tell Me
Album: The Rolling Stones
Composer: Jagger, Richards
Artist: Rob Bryden
Title: Who Do You Think You're Kidding, Mr. Hitler
Composer: Jimmy Perry, Taverner
Artist: Barnes & Barnes
Title: The Ballad of Hall & Oates
Composer: Barnes & Barnes
Artist: The Long Blondes
Title: Too Clever by Half
Composer: The Long Blondes
Label: Rough Trade
Artist: Lyle Lovett
Title: You're Not From Texas
Album: The Road to Ensenada
Composer: Lovett, Ramsey, Rogers
Artist: The Lounge-O-Leers
Composer: Rokusuke Ei, Hachidai Nakamura
===5:00 PM. | None (National)===
A round-up of today's news and sports, including: 5:12 Worldwatch 5:30 News headlines
===5:32 PM. | Outspoken===
A half hour of current affairs presented by some of RNZ's most experienced presenters and correspondents
===6:06 PM. | Great Encounters===
Memorable exchanges with RNZ guests during the past year (RNZ)
===7:06 PM. | TED Radio Hour===
8:06 Windows on the World: International public radio features and documentaries
===9:06 PM. | None (National)===
===9:30 PM. | None (National)===
One of the world's leading investigative journalists, Nick Davies broke the phone hacking story in the UK, worked with Wikileaks' Julian Assange to publish classified material in the Guardian and has recently authored the bestselling Hack Attack. He joins New Zealand Herald columnist Toby Manhire to discuss media ethics, journalistic malpractice and more besides.
===10:00 PM. | None (National)===
===10:15 PM. | Late Edition===
The day's best interviews from RNZ National
===10:30 PM. | None (National)===
Justin Rowlatt takes a close look at how the global economy works from the perspective of the chemical elements, the basic building blocks of block the universe (BBC)
===11:06 PM. | None (National)===
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. (1 of 13, MCM)
Reference number 274559
Media type AUDIO
Collection Sound Collection
Ngā Taonga Korero Collection
Radio New Zealand National, Broadcaster
Date 29 Dec 2015