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A 24-hour recording of RNZ National. The following rundown is sourced from the broadcaster’s website. Note some overseas/copyright restricted items may not appear in the supplied rundown:

07 January 2016

===12:04 AM. | All Night Programme===
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Including: 12:05 Music after Midnight; 12:30 CONFED - The Committee On Confederation by Paul Horan (2 of 6, RNZ); 1:05 Discovery (BBC); 2:05 The Thursday Feature (RNZ); 3:05 Pedal Power: Great Bicycle Journeys, by Roy Sinclair, read by Ray Henwood (4 of 5, RNZ); 3:30 NZ Books (RNZ) 5:10 Witness (BBC)

===6:00 AM. | None (National)===
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An early miscellany of music, stories and random thoughts

===7:00 AM. | Summer Report===
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Teresa Cowie and Ian Telfer present two hours of summer news and information, including interviews with the newsmakers, plus sport, business, weather and features

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07:00
Top Stories for Thursday 7 January 2016
BODY:
Should we believe North Korea's claims it's tested a hydrogen nuclear bomb? Are japanese whalers expanding their operations in Antarctic waters? And how drones are being used to protect rare dolphins.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 26'42"

07:09
North Korea claims to have tested bomb
BODY:
International scepticism and condemnation have greeted North Korea's claim, to have successfully carried out an underground hydrogen bomb test.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: North Korea
Duration: 3'59"

07:13
Sea Shepherd stretched as Japanese ramp up whaling
BODY:
The Japanese whaling fleet appears to have side-stepped its long-time adversaries, Sea Shepherd.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: Japan, whaling, Sea Shepherd
Duration: 2'50"

07:16
High rates of respiratory disease 'a national scandal'
BODY:
Doctors and researchers say the Government's inaction in the face of soaring respiratory diseases among Maori and Pasifika children is a national scandal.
Topics: health, te ao Maori
Regions:
Tags: respiratory diseases
Duration: 4'12"

07:20
Australia pulls out of u19 cricket world cup
BODY:
The New Zealand under 19 team has arrived in Bangladesh to play the Cricket World Cup.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: cricket
Duration: 3'40"

07:24
Drones being used to monitor dolphins
BODY:
In what they say is a world first, university researchers in Auckland are investigating how drones can be used to monitor dolphins effectively - and without harming them.
Topics: science
Regions:
Tags: drones
Duration: 4'05"

07:35
Driest Jan in more than a decade means total fire ban in Otago
BODY:
Otago is planning a total fire ban as the region heads for its driest January in more than a decade.
Topics:
Regions: Otago
Tags: total fire ban
Duration: 3'14"

07:38
Gun show director responds to proposed firearm restrictions
BODY:
In his final year as President, Barack Obama, has outlined plans for new restrictions on gun purchases in the US.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: Barack Obama, US
Duration: 4'21"

07:43
Olivia and Oliver top names for 2015
BODY:
If you know a baby named Olivia or Oliver it's not that surprising. They were the top baby names for 2015.
Topics: life and society
Regions:
Tags: baby names
Duration: 4'32"

07:48
What happens if Auckland's volcanoes erupt?
BODY:
If Auckland's volcanoes erupted could your house be hit? And how far might you have to go to take refuge from the suffocating ash?
Topics: science
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: volcanoes
Duration: 7'08"

07:55
Police gear up for a busy summer of rescues
BODY:
As boaties, surfers and kayakers head out on the water in the warmer weather, the police maritime unit is urging people to be sensible.
Topics: transport, sport
Regions:
Tags: water sports
Duration: 4'17"

08:06
Sports News for 7 January 2016
BODY:
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 3'44"

08:13
Fallout from North Korea nuclear test
BODY:
The United Nation's Security Council will work on new measures to take, in response to North Korea's fourth nuclear test.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: North Korea
Duration: 4'56"

08:17
UN correspondent on North Korea
BODY:
And our UN correspondent in New York, Nick Harper has the latest.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: North Korea
Duration: 2'34"

08:20
Sea Shepherd caught short as Japan extends whaling search area
BODY:
The Japanese whaling fleet seems to be winning its annual battle with Sea Shepherd in the Southern Ocean.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: Japan, whaling, Sea Shepherd
Duration: 4'38"

08:24
Calls for more action over respiratory disease
BODY:
Some doctors and academics say the Government is not doing enough in the face of soaring respiratory diseases among Maori and Pacifika children.
Topics: health, te ao Maori
Regions:
Tags: respiratory diseases
Duration: 5'05"

08:30
Markets Update for 7 January 2016
BODY:
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: markets
Duration: 57"

08:35
Alaskan town arrives en masse in NZ to learn about language
BODY:
The southern Alaskan village of Igiugig has come to New Zealand in an attempt to revitalise its own native language.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: Igiugig, Alaska
Duration: 6'10"

08:41
Professor Patman on rising power of China
BODY:
This summer we are trying to explain what lies behind some of the news stories you hear about every day. We've enlisted Professor Robert Patman, head of international relations at Otago University, to try to help us understand what is going on in the world.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: international relations
Duration: 5'49"

08:48
Green tips for sunscreens
BODY:
More ideas for green living now. Greg Roughan of Green Ideas magazine has some thoughts on sunscreens.
EXTENDED BODY:
While it may not seem like a product you'd have to check how safe it is before buy it, being informed is important when it comes to buying sunscreen.
Green Ideas have been researching different sunscreens and have found some unusual things going on with them, including their ingredients, their effectiveness and their impacts on the environment.
Greg Roughan talks to Summer Report about some of the magazine's findings.

Topics: health
Regions:
Tags: green ideas
Duration: 4'28"

08:52
Owaka gets its waka for 150th celebrations
BODY:
After 150 years the Catlins town of Owaka is finally getting its waka.
Topics: history
Regions: Otago
Tags: Owaka
Duration: 7'15"

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===9:06 AM. | Summer Noelle===
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A holiday season of interviews, features, music and stories from all over New Zealand and around the world, with your host Noelle McCarthy

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09:08
Professor Jeremy Waldron
BODY:
Esteemed Professor of Law at New York University and Oxford.
EXTENDED BODY:
Professor Jeremy Waldron is an esteemed law professor at New York University and Oxford.
Our mothers told us sticks and stones may break your bones but words can never hurt you. But words can and do hurt. In fact, they can be downright dangerous warns New Zealander Jeremy Waldron.
He's been described as the leading political and legal philosopher of our day. In the legal world, he is our most famous New Zealander. Professor Waldron is an outspoken critic of drone warfare, torture and hate speech, writing books that make the case for their corrosive effects in a democracy. He's in demand for lectures all over the world.
He was in New Zealand before Christmas to deliver the Robin Cooke lecture at Victoria University.
Topics: law
Regions:
Tags: Jeremy Waldron
Duration: 31'40"

09:40
Kate Shuttleworth
BODY:
Middle East correspondent shares the latest news from the region.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: Middle East
Duration: 14'56"

10:07
Jackie Van Beek
BODY:
Is the guest in the How We Did It series today talking about her acting career.
EXTENDED BODY:
The How We Did It series continues with the actress Jackie Van Beek talking about her career. The writer and director talks about her colourful career, including the hilarious role she played in What We Do in the Shadows alongside Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement.
Topics: arts
Regions:
Tags: acting
Duration: 15'58"

10:26
Deborah Coddington
BODY:
Is talking about her favourite road on Road of the Day.
Topics: transport
Regions:
Tags: roads
Duration: 12'16"

10:40
Martin Edmond
BODY:
Is today's Poet Reading a Poem guest.
Topics: arts
Regions:
Tags: poems
Duration: 11'24"

10:50
Leah McFall
BODY:
Is on the show to talk etiquette.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: Etiquette
Duration: 9'22"

11:08
Ben Kjellberg
BODY:
Is the AUT student presenting his documentary "Number 32".
Topics: media, education
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 10'31"

11:23
Paul Little
BODY:
Talking about his all time favourite movie on the Classic Film Club.
Topics: arts
Regions:
Tags: films
Duration: 11'22"

11:35
Jim Sullivan
BODY:
Choosing the music today on Songs of My Life.
EXTENDED BODY:
The former host of RNZ's long running Sounds Historical chooses some of his favorite music in Songs of My Life.
Music details
The English Chamber Orchestra with 'The Dambusters March'
Red Ingle and the Natural Seven with 'Cigarettes and Whisky and Wild Wild Women'
The Pioneer Pog 'n' Scroggin' Bush Band with 'Down A Country Road I Know'
Topics: music
Regions:
Tags: Sounds Historical
Duration: 23'34"

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0907: Professor Jeremy Waldron
Esteemed law professor at New York University and Oxford. Our mothers told us sticks and stones may break your bones but words can never hurt you. But words can and do hurt. In fact, they can be downright dangerous warns New Zealander Jeremy Waldron, an esteemed law professor at New York University and the University of Oxford. He's been described as the leading political and legal philosopher of our day. In the legal world, he is our most famous New Zealander. Professor Waldron is an outspoken critic of drone warfare, torture and hate speech, writing books that make the case for their corrosive effects in a democracy. He's in demand for lectures all over the world. He was in New Zealand before Christmas to deliver the Robin Cooke lecture at Victoria University.
0945: Kate Shuttleworth
Middle East correspondent. She's got more on the Saudi cleric execution and reaction to it as well as the escalating tensions between Israel and Lebanon.
1010: Jackie Van Beek
How We Did It series continues with the actress talking about her career. Writer and director Jackie Van Beek talks about her colourful career, including the hilarious role she played in What We Do in the Shadows alongside Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement.
1020: Martin Edmond
Poet Reading Poems series
1030: Deborah Coddington
The Road of the Day
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1045: Leah McFall
On etiquette in the modern age.
1110: Ben Kjellberg
AUT student documentary - "Number 32".
1125: Paul Little
Discussing his all time favourite movie on the Classic Film Club
1135: Jim Sullivan
Former host of RNZ's long running Sounds Historical is choosing the music in Songs of My Life.

=PLAYLIST=

ARTIST: Daughter
TITLE: Youth
COMP: Tonra, Haefili
ALBUM: If You Leave
LABEL: 4AD
ARTIST: REM
TITLE: Fall on Me
COMP: Berry, Buck, Mills, Stipe
ALBUM: Life's Rich Pageant
LABEL: IRS
ARTIST: Beach House
TITLE: Space Song
COMP: Beach House / Victoria Legrand
ALBUM: Depression Cherry
LABEL: Subpop
Artist: The English Chamber Orchestra
Song: Dambusters March
Composer: Coates
Album: Give Me A Smile: Songs And Music From World War 2
Label: n/a
Artist: Red Ingle and the Natural Seven
Song: Cigarettes and Whisky and Wild Wild Women
Composer: Spencer/Stirling
Album n/a
Label: n/a
Artist: The Pioneer Pog 'n' Scroggin' Bush Band
Song: Down A Country Road I Know
Composer: McMillan
Album: Sesqui
Label: n/a

===Noon | Midday Report===
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A round-up of today's news and sports, including:

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12:00
Midday News for 7 January 2016
BODY:
The TPP agreement is to be signed in four weeks.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 8'02"

12:07
Midday Sports News for 7 January 2016
BODY:
The 24 finalists for the Halberg Awards have been announced with the All Blacks and golfer Lydia Ko headlining the shortlists.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 2'14"

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===12:12 PM. | Worldwatch===
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The stories behind the international headlines

===12:30 PM. | Matinee Idle===
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Phil O'Brien and Simon Morris present an afternoon of alleged music and dubious entertainment

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=SHOW NOTES=

Matinee Idle, 07/01/2016

12 - 1 pm
12:35
Artist: Snakebite
Title: Rockabilly Kangaroo
Composer: Snakebite
Album: Full Throttle
Label: Rebel Music
12:40
Artist: Chas & Dave
Title: Rabbit
Composer: Hodges, Peacock
Album: Gertcha! The EMI Years
Label: EMI
12:45
Artist: Jess Conrad
Title: Every Breath I Take
Composer: Goffin, King
Album: Golden Boy of the Sixties
Label: K-Tel
12:50
Artist: The Beach Boys
Title: It's About Time
Composer: D. Wilson, Burchman, Jardine
Album: Sunflower
Label: Epic
12:53
Artist: Elmo Aardvark (in Flemish)
Title: The Elmo Aardvark
Composer: ?
Album: Elmo Ardvark: Outer Space Detective!
Label: Audible
12:55
Artist: Martha Reeves
Title: Tainted Love
Composer: Edd Cobb
Album: (Single)
Label: Goldenlane
12:58
Artist: Haley Mills
Title: Jeepers Creepers
Composer: Warren, Mercer
Album: Let's Get Together with Hayley Mills
Label: Disney

1 - 2 pm
1:07
Artist: Al Green
Title: Here I Am (Come and Take Me)
Composer: Green, Hodges
Album: Call Me
Label: Hi
1:12
Artist: Are You Receiving Me?
Title: XTC
Composer: Andy Partridge
Album: Fossil Fuel - The XTC Singles 1977-92
Label: Virgin
1:16
Artist: Juice Music
Title: Football, Meat Pies, Kangaroos and Holden Cars
Composer: ?
Album: N/A
Label: N/A
1:20
Artist: Porter Wagoner
Title: Waldo the Weirdo
Composer: Porter Wagoner
Album: Troubled Troubadors
Label: City Hall/Omni
1:24
Artist: Dr. Demento, Ogden Edsl
Title: Dead Puppies
Composer: Bill Frenzer
Album: Dr. Demento Presents the Best of Dr. Demento
Label: Rhino
1:28
Artist: Tame Impala
Title: Feels Like We Only Go Backwards
Composer: Kevin Parker
Album: Lonerism
Label: Modular
1:36
Artist: Spooky Tooth
Title: I am the Walrus
Composer: Lennon, McCartney
Album: The Best of Spooky Tooth - That Was Only Yesterday
Label: A&M
1:44
Artist: The Leningrad Cowboys ft. Red Army Choir
Title: Delilah
Composer: Mason, Reed
Album: Happy Together
Label: Universal
1:49
Artist: Keith Mitchell
Title: Captain Beaky
Composer: Lloyd, Parker
Album: Children's Favourites - The Classic Collection
Label: EMI
1:54
Artist: Arctic Monkeys
Title: Baby I'm Yours
Composer: Van McCoy
Album: Leave Before the Lights Come On
Label: Domino
1:57
Artist: Lulu
Title: I'm a Tiger
Composer: Wilde, Scott
Album: I'm a Tiger
Label: EMI

2 - 3 pm
2:06
Artist: Cage the Elephant
Title: Ain't No Rest for the Wicked
Composer: Cage the Elephant
Album: Cage the Elephant
Label: Relentless
2:11
Artist: Robin Sparkle
Title: The Beaver Song
Composer: N/A
Album: N/A
Label: N/A
2:17
Artist: Halsey
Title: Ghost
Composer: Frangipane, Scott
Album: Badlands
Label: Astralwerks/Capitol
2:24
Artist: Camel
Title: Tell Me
Composer: Latimer, Bardens
Album: Echoes
Label: Decca
2:28
Artist: Mud
Title: Tiger Feet
Composer: Chapman, Chinn
Album: Mud Rock
Label: Rak
2:33
Artist: Bongos, Bass & Bob
Title: The Thorazine Shuffle
Composer: Bongos, Bass & Bob
Album: Nevermind the Sex Pistols, Here's Bongos, Bass & Bob! (What On Earth Were They Thinking)
Label: 50 Skidillion Watts
2:39
Artist: Fleet Foxes
Title: White Winter Hymnal
Composer: Robin Pecknold
Album: Fleet Foxes
Label: Bella Union
2:43
Artist: The Rolling Stones
Title: Monkey Man
Composer: Jagger, Richards
Album: Let it Bleed
Label: Abko
2:49
Artist: Fox
Title: Single Bed
Composer: Kenny Young
Album: Blue Hotel
Label: Cherry Red
2:54
Artist: Manfred Mann
Title: Fox on the Run
Composer: Tony Hazzard
Album: The Greatest Hits + More
Label: Rhino
2:56
Artist: Rosanne Cash & Elvis Costello
Title: Heartaches by the Number
Composer: Harlan Howard
Album: The List
Label: EMI

3 - 4 pm
(3pm Feature - The Secret Life of the Musical Saw)
3:28
Artist: Big Daddy
Title: Eye of the Tiger
Composer: Sullivan, Peterik
Album: The Best of Big Daddy
Label: Oglio/Rhino
3:31
Artist: Bat For Lashes
Title: What's a Girl to Do
Composer: Natasha Khan
Album: Fur and Gold
Label: Chrysalis
3:34
Artist: Crazy Horse
Title: I Don't Want to Talk About It
Composer: Danny Whitten
Album: Crazy Horse
Label: Rhino
3:43
Artist: The Boomtown Rats
Title: Rat Trap
Composer: Bob Geldof
Album: Loudmouth - The BEst of Bob Geldof and the Boomtown Rats
Label: Vertigo
3:49
Artist: James Hersch
Title: Aardvarks Are Our Friends
Composer: James Hersch
Album: N/A
Label: N/A
3:51
Artist: The Melvins
Title: Night Goat
Composer: The Melvins
Album: Houdini
Label: Atlantic
3:55
Artist: Toy Dolls
Title: Nellie the Elephant
Composer: Butler, Hart
Album: Dig That Groove Baby
Label: Volume
3:56
Artist: Father Ted ft. Father Dougal
Title: My Lovely Horse
Composer: Father Ted
Albums: N/A
Label: N/A

4 - 5 pm
4:06
Artist: Graeme James
Title: Hit the Road, Jack
Composer: Percy Mayfield
Album: Play One We All Know
Label: Graeme James
4:11
Artist: Buffalo Springfield
Title: Expecting to Fly
Composer: Neil Young
Album: Again
Label: Atco
4:15
Artist: Dwight Yoakam
Title: Trains and Boats and Plains
Composer: Bacharach, David
Album: Population Me
Label: Audium
4:18
Artist: The Steve Gibbons Band
Title: No Spitting on the Bus
Composer: Steve Gibbons
Album: Down in the Bunker
Label: Rep
4:23
Artist: The Kinks
Title: (Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman
Composer: Ray Davies
Album: Low Budget
Label: Arista
4:30
Artist: Louis Jordan
Title: Barnyard Boogie
Composer: Gray, Jordan
Album: The Best of Louis Jordan
Label: MCA
4:35
Artist: Public Service Broadcasting
Title: Everest
Composer: Willgoose, Wrigglesworth
Album: Inform-Educate-Entertain
Label: Test Card
4:39
Artist: Olivia Newton-John
Title: Physical
Composer: Kipner, Shaddick
Album: Olivia's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
Label: MCA
4:44
Artist: Fall Out Boy
Title: I Wan'na Be Like You (The Monkey Song)
Composer: Robert & Richard Sherman
Album: We Love Disney
Label: Universal
4:49
Artist: The Everly Brothers
Title: Lucille
Composer: Penniman, Collins
Album: The Very Best of The Everly Brothers
Label: Warner Bros.
4:52
Artist: The Osmonds
Title: Crazy Horses
Composer: A. Osmond, M. Osmond, W. Osmond
Album: Greatest Hits
Label: Curb
4:57
Artist: Beegie Adair
Title: Sukiyaki
Composer: Ei, Nakamura
Album: Cocktail Party Piano
Label: CMD

===5:00 PM. | Five O'clock Report===
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Sharon Brettkelly presents an hour of current affairs from the RNZ News team

=AUDIO=

17:08
Perth residents flee fires by boat
BODY:
Wild fires are closing in on two small Western Australian communities, with people being ferried out by boat and others told to take refuge on the beaches. Residents in Waroona, and Preston Beach, just south of Perth, are being told to get out if they can as aerial fire fighting teams join ground crews to try to fight the blaze. The fire has blocked major roads, causing some residents to flee to the beaches. Conditions are exacerbating the problem with temperatures of 39 degrees and winds reaching up to sixty kilometres an hour. The ABC reporter Roxanne Taylor spoke to those affected.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: Australia, Perth
Duration: 3'45"

17:11
Unclaimed bonds rises to $37m
BODY:
Renters and landlords have left more than thirty-seven million dollars of unclaimed tenancy bonds sitting in the Government's coffers, with people either not bothering to claim the money back, or simply forgetting about it. Both parties are calling for the government to use the unclaimed money to help educate and support renters. Sally Murphy reports.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: renters, tenants
Duration: 2'20"

17:18
Is the TPP being signed in NZ or not?
BODY:
The Government is refuting reports that a date has been set for signing of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement next month in New Zealand. However, opponents of the controversial trade deal say the confusion is symptomatic of the secrecy that has surrounded the whole negotiation process. Ruth Hill reports.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: TPP, government
Duration: 3'29"

17:22
Arrest after Remeura homicide
BODY:
A 24-year-old man has been arested after the body of a woman was found on a lawn in the Auckland suburb of Remeura this morning. Our reporter Mohamed Hassan has been at the news conference held by the police.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: Remuera, police
Duration: 2'04"

17:24
Dob in water wasters, says council
BODY:
Residents in the Waikato and Waipa are being urged to conserve water, and dob in their neighbours that don't, as tighther restrictions are put in place. From tomorrow, those living within the Hamilton City, Waikato District and Waipa District Councils will only be allowed to use their sprinklers and watering systems on alternate days, for two hours each morning and evening. The general manager of service delivery at the Waikato District Council, Tim Harty, says conserving water is increasingly important, especially in the worst affected areas of Ngaruawhahia and Tuakau where water takes are reaching the maximum allowed under consent.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: Waikato, Hamilton.district council, conserve
Duration: 3'07"

17:28
Update on the ASB Classic
BODY:
The first semi-finalist has been confirmed for the women's ASB tennis Classic following a three set thriller in Auckland this afternoon. Here to tell us all about is our reporter at the tennis centre, Matt Chatterton/
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: tennis, Asb, Auckland
Duration: 2'36"

17:32
Business news and markets update
BODY:
Our business editor Gyles Beckford is with us and Gyles, the World Bank has published its outlook for global economic growth for this year, and it's cut its forecasts.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 3'20"

17:35
Bumper year ahead for NZ films
BODY:
The New Zealand film industy says 2016 looks set be a great year at the Box Office for local productions. For the first time two New Zealand films will feature at this year's prestigious Sundance Film Festival at the end of the month, with several other major productions due to premiere during the year.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: film, Sundance film festival
Duration: 2'48"

17:39
Dunedin to woo Aucklanders south
BODY:
Dunedin is launching a campaign to lure Aucklanders. Enterprise Dunedin says the city's schools, short commuting times and affordable housing offer an attractive proposition to Aucklanders wanting to exit the rat race. The agency's director John Christie says the aim of the campaign is to tell the rest of the country Dunedin has got a lot to offer.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: Dunedin, housing, commuting
Duration: 3'14"

17:42
Dunedin to woo Aucklanders south - two
BODY:
Former Aucklander, Kirsty Cooper and her partner moved to Dunedin in May. She's now a television production manager at Natural History NZ, and says Dunedin offers them a lifestyle that they could never afford in Auckland.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: television, natural history, lifestyle
Duration: 2'46"

17:50
Kiwi firefighter explains the devastation at Victorian fires
BODY:
New Zealand fire fighters are at the front lines of bushfires that have been burning for weeks in the Australian state of Victoria. More than a hundred people were evacuated from homes on Christmas Day because of the fires which are still burning along a stretch of the Great Ocean Road. The New Zealand team is staying in a camp near the town of Colac (Ko-lac) and working long days, in very steep terrain to contain the fire. Dunedin's deputy principal rural fire officer, Graham Still, is one of them and has just done a flyby of the area. He told me what he saw. regions]
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: Australia, Victoria, bushfires, Great Ocean Road, Colac, evacuated
Duration: 4'33"

=SHOW NOTES=

===6:06 PM. | Great Encounters===
=DESCRIPTION=

Memorable exchanges with RNZ guests during the past year (RNZ)

===7:06 PM. | TED Radio Hour===
=DESCRIPTION=

===8:06 PM. | Windows On The World===
=DESCRIPTION=

International public radio features and documentaries

===9:06 PM. | Our Changing World===
=DESCRIPTION=

Highlights from the world of science and the environment, with Alison Balance and Veronika Meduna

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

Late Edition for Thursday 7 January
In Late Edition tonight... an Alaskan town arrives en masse in NZ to learn about language Drones being used to monitor dolphins and Noelle McCarthy speaks to our most famous New Zealander - in the legal world - Jeremy Waldron.

=DESCRIPTION=

The day's best interviews from RNZ National

===10:30 PM. | None (National)===
=DESCRIPTION=

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. | Music 101===
=DESCRIPTION=

Music, interviews, live performances, behind the scenes, industry issues, career profiles, new, back catalogue, undiscovered, greatest hits, tall tales - with a focus on New Zealand/Aotearoa (RNZ)

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Year 2016

Reference number 288089

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Ngā Taonga Korero Collection

Genre Untelescoped radio airchecks
Radio airchecks
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits RNZ National (estab. 2016), Broadcaster

Duration 24:00:00

Date 07 Jan 2016