RNZ National. 2016-01-08. 00:00-23:59.
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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:
08 January 2016
===12:04 AM. | All Night Programme===
Including: 12:05 Music after Midnight; 12:30 The Food Chain (BBC); 1:05 The Friday Feature; 2:05 The Cultural Frontline (BBC); 2:30 Anatomy of a Song (RNZ); 3:05 Pedal Power: Great Bicycle Journeys, by Roy Sinclair, read by Ray Henwood (5 of 5, RNZ); 3:30 The Why Factor (BBC); 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 Friday 8 January 2016
Share markets around the world fall after more bad news from China and a man appears in court today charged with the murder of a Remuera woman.
Share markets fall after jitters in China
Global shares have fallen sharply after trading was suspended on Chinese markets for the second time this week.
Tags: China, Shares
Man to appear in court today charged with murder
A man will appear in court this morning charged with the murder of a woman in the affluent Auckland suburb of Remuera.
Regions: Auckland Region
Attack on Paris police station foiled
French police have shot dead a man who was apparently trying to attack a police station, on the anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo attacks.
Tags: France, Charlie Hebdo
The latest on the Western Australia bushfires
Fire crews in Western Australia are bracing for another day of intense conditions as they work to control a bushfire threatening lives and homes in the state's South West.
Tags: Australia, fires
Police investigate attack on swans
Police are investigating an attack on two white swans that were shot at, up to six times, in the middle of the night on a private property in Canterbury.
The humble ute takes top spot in 2015 vehicle sales stats
For the first time in New Zealand's motoring history, the humble ute has toppled the passenger car as the top selling vehicle.
Tags: Ford Ranger, ute
Economist predicts no OCR rise til 2018
No interest rate rises for the next two years, that's the prediction of the BNZ's Tony Alexander.
Topics: economy, business
Survey Marks 10 Years of Tuatara on the mainland
Ten years after tuatara were released for the first time on mainland New Zealand in more than two hundred years, researchers from Victoria University of Wellington and Zealandia are going bush to find out how the rare reptile is faring.
Summer movies with Sarah Watt
Let's talk summer movies - Sarah Watt of the Sunday Star Times is with us.
Sports News for 8 January 2016
An update from the team at RNZ Sport
Local reaction to share market falls
Global shares on all major exchanges have fallen for the sixth consecutive day after trading was suspended on Chinese markets for the second time this week.
Tags: Shares, China
Labour says it will defy TPP
The Labour Party leader Andrew Little says his party would defy the Trans Pacific Partnership in Government.
Blenheim swipes title of NZ's sunniest spot from Whakatane
Blenheim has finally taken the shine out of Whakatane's sun.
Markets Update for 8 January 2016
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
Topics: business, economy
ASB tennis Classic confirms semi finalists
The semi finalists have been confirmed after a drawn out fourth day at the women's ASB tennis classic in Auckland.
Building recycled houses
More people are looking to build recycled houses, after the recent completion of an earthship in the Coromandel Peninsula.
Tags: recycled houses
Suicide play helps teens to cope with loss
In response to a wave of youth suicides in recent months, a group of young people struggling to cope with their loss have got together to write and perform a play.
Tags: plays, youth suicides
Catlins town revives its Hut
The small Catlins settlement of Tahakopa has revived a curious landmark, one of the country's smallest community halls.
Tags: Tahakopa, Our Hut
US correspondent covers the big stories there.
===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
Boston Globe reporter at the centre of the movie Spotlight.
Topics: media, arts
Tags: films, Spotlight
US correspondent covers the big stories there.
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa
On her current visit home.
Tags: Kiri Te Kanawa
Sir Bob Harvey's favourite road
Talking about his favourite stretch of highway on Road of the Day.
The author, lifeguard and former mayor of Waitakere City talks about his favourite stretch of highway in his favourite part of the country.
Chef sharing some summer recipes for the BBQ.
Tags: Connie Clarkson
Is the AUT student presenting her documentary on long marriages.
Topics: education, media
Classic Film Club: Dan Slevin
RNZ's film reviewer Dan Slevin tells us about his all-time favourite movie - the charming comedy Local Hero, directed by Bill Forsyth.
Songs of a Life: Leonie Hayden
In today's Songs of a Life segment, Mana Magazine editor Leonie Hayden looks back on a few memorable songs that have stuck with her through the years.
0907: Walter Robinson
Boston Globe reporter. The Boston Globe's ground breaking investigation into sexual abuse by priests in the Catholic Church in 2002 earned a Pulitzer Prize. Now Spotlight, the movie about the investigative team who broke the story, is an odds on contender for a nomination for a Best Picture Oscar. The team of investigative reporters at the Globe revealed that the Catholic Church had been protecting priests who abused children over 5 decades and covered up their crimes. Walter Robinson is a veteran reporter who led the investigative unit at the Globe known as The Spotlight Team and he speaks to Noelle about the investigation and the movie. The film opens in New Zealand on January 28th.
0945: Susan Baldacci
US correspondent, she's talking about a tearful president, an armed standoff in the West and Fantasy Sport.
1010: Dame Kiri Te Kanawa
New Zealand's best known international star of the opera has spent her career as one of the most famous, most recognisable and most beloved sopranos in the world, a familiar voice and figure on stage in all of the great opera houses... From Covent Garden to La Scala, Vienna State to Chicago and the New York Met, singing so many of the legendary heroines of Opera. Puccini's Tosca, Verdi's Violetta, Desdemona, Mozart's Donna Elvira. This is a good year to have been selected to participate in the New Zealand Opera School in Wanganui because next week Dame Kiri Te Kanawa will join the students for a closed door masterclass along with tutors from her foundation. She's with Noelle to talk about her career and the work she does mentoring future stars.
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1025: Sir Bob Harvey
Picks his Road of the Day.
1045: Connie Clarkson
Chef sharing some recipes for summer. She's got a beef satay recipe with a pickled onion and cucumber salad to go with it.
1110: Sarah Pilkington
AUT student documentary, Happily Ever After.
1125: Dan Slevin
Sharing his all time favourite movie in the Classic Film Club.
11:35 - Leonie Hayden editor of Mana Magazine is picking the music for Songs of a Life.
ARTIST: Dame Kiri Te Kanawa
TITLE: Let The Bright Seraphim
ALBUM: Let the Bright Seraphim
ARTIST: Tiny Ruins
TITLE: Chainmail maker
|ALBUM: Brightly Painted One
ALBUM: Live Through This
TITLE: The Valleys
COMP: Electrelane, Sassoon
ALBUM: The Power Out
LABEL: Beggars Banquet
ARTIST: Patea Māori Club
TITLE: Poi Ē
COMP: Prime/ Pewhairangi
ALBUM: Poi Ē
===Noon | Midday Report===
A round-up of today's news and sports, including:
Midday News for 8 January 2016
The New Zealand sharemarket catches the global jitters.
Midday Sports News for 8 January 2016
Organisers say they will move the semi-finals of the ASB women's tennis classic to tomorrow if today's scheduled matches are affected by forecast thunderstorms.
===12:12 PM. | Worldwatch===
The stories behind the international headlines
===12:30 PM. | Matinee Idle===
Phil O'Brien and Simon Morris present an afternoon of alleged music and dubious entertainment
Matinee Idle, 08/01/2016
12 - 1 pm
Artist: Slim Gaillard
Title: Ah-Well-A-Take-'Em Joe (Crapshooters Jive)
Composer: Slim Gaillard
Album: Laughing in Rhythm
Label: Proper Box
Title: Cotton-Eye Joe
Album: The Ultimate Office Party
Artist: Joe Jackson
Title: Real Men
Composer: Joe Jackson
Album: Night and Day
Title: Too True Mama
Album: Bad Manors
Artist: Hillbilly Moon Explosion
Title: My Love For Evermore
Composer: Phillips, Baroni, Thomas
Album: Buy Beg or Steal
Label: The Freed
1 - 2 pm
Artist: Joe Brown
Title: Mr Blue Sky
Composer: Jeff Lynne
Album: The Ukulele Album
Label: Joe Brown Productions Ltd.
Artist: Marlene Dietrich & Charles Winninger
Title: Little Joe the Wrangler
Composer: N. Howard "Jack" Thorpe
Album: Music and Songs From Classic Westerns
Artist: Public Service Broadcasting
Composer: J. Willgoose, Esq., Wrigglesworth
Album: The Race for Space
Label: Test Card Recordings
Title: Baby It's You
Composer: Mason, Thomas, Dawkins, Dixon
Artist: Jou Louis Walker
Title: Going to Canada
Composer: Joe Louis Walker
Artist: Louis Jordan
Title: Run Joe
Composer: Willoughby, Jordan, Merrick
Album: The Best of Louis Jordan
Artist: Jeff Lynne's E.L.O.
Title: Ain't It a Drag
Composer: Jeff Lynne
Album: Alone in the Univers
Label: Big Trilby
Title: White Winter Hymnal
Composer: Robin Pecknold
Album: That's Christmas to Me
Artist: Walkaway Joe
Title: Don Henley & Trisha Yearwood
Composer: Barnhill, Melamed
Album: Hearts in Armor
Artist: Manfred Mann
Title: Smokestack Lightning
Composer: Chester Burnett
Album: The Five Faces of Manfred Mann
Artist: Barry Gray and His Orchestra
Title: Joe 90 Theme
Composer: Barry Gray
Album: Doctor Who and Other Classic Ron Grainer Themes
Label: Play It Again Sam
Artist: Jerry Douglas
Title: Hey Joe
Composer: Billy Roberts
Album: Slide Rule
Label: Sugar Hill
2 - 3 pm
Artist: Joe Satriani
Title: Satch Boogie
Composer: Joe Satriani
Album: Surfing with the Alien
Artist: Craig Scott
Title: When Joe Joe Runs
Album: Kiwi Classics - 18 Original Hits, Vol. 2
Artist: Daytrip to Bangor (Naktergalens o)
Title: Gosta Lindaholm
Composer: Deborah Cook
Artist: Tony Joe White
Title: High Sheriff
Composer: Tony Joe White
Album: The Best of ... Featuring Polk Salad Annie
Label: Warner Archives
Artist: Joe Cocker
Title: Darling Be Home Soon
Composer: John Sebastian
Album: You're a Big Boy Now
Label: Kama Sutra
Artist: Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich
Title: Last Night in Soho
Composer: Howard Blaikey
Album: The Legend of Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich
Artist: Darlene & Jonathan Edwards
Title: Stayin' Alive
Composer: Gibb, Gibb, Gibb
Album: Portrait Edition
Artist: Jo Jo Gunne
Title: Run Run Run
Composer: Jay Ferguson
Album: Jo Jo Gunne
Artist: Joe Dolan
Title: You're Such a Good Looking Woman
Composer: Albert Hammond
Album: The Best of Joe Dolan
Composer: Bob Mothersbaugh
Label: Booji Boy
Artist: Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
Title: The More I See You
Composer: Warren, Gordon
Artist: Michael Nesmith
Composer: Michael Nesmith
Album: Live at the Palais
Label: Pacific Arts
3 - 4 pm
(3pm Feature - The Secret Life of the Track Listing)
Artist: Joe Walsh
Title: Life's Been Good
Composer: Joe Walsh
Album: But Seriously, Folks
Artist: Vanessa Paradis
Title: Joe Le Taxi
Composer: Roda-Gil, Langolf
Album: Best Of
Artist: Joe Perkins
Title: Little Eeefin' Annie
Composer: Moore, Ray
Label: Sound Stage 7
Title: Take Me to the Other Side
Composer: Steven Tyler, Holland, Dozier, Holland
Album: Young Lust - The Aerosmith Anthology
Artist: Damita Jo
Title: Happiness is a Thing Called Joe
Composer: Arlen, Yarburg
Album: The Very Best of Damita Jo
4 - 5 pm
Artist: Little Joey and the Flips
Title: Bongo Stomp
Composer: Kaplan, Rich, Levin
Album: The Rock 'n' Roll Era - Lost Treasures
Artist: Dolly Parton
Title: Gypsy, Joe and Me
Composer: Dolly Parton
Album: My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy
Label: RCA Victor
Artist: Joe "King" Carrasco / Texas Tornadoes
Title: Adios Mexico
Composer: Doug Sahm
Album: Keep Your Soul - A Tribute to Doug Sahm
Artist: Jo Jo Zepp & The Falcons
Title: Hit and Run
Composer: Burston, Camilleri, Faehse
Album: The Australian Revolution - The Top 40 Hits From 20 Years of Oz Music
Artist: The Clash
Title: Train in Vain
Composer: Mick Jones
Album: London Calling
Artist: Bing Crosby
Title: Try a Little Tenderness
Composer: Campbell, Connelly, Woods
Album: Bing Crosby
Artist: Red Ingle and His Natural Seven
Composer: Brown, Freed, Ingle
Album: Crazy Guys
Artist: Dirty Projectors
Title: About to Die
Composer: Dirty Projectors
Album: About to Die
Artist: Buddy Holly
Title: Smokey Joe's Cafe
Composer: Buddy Holly
Artist: Joe Tex
Title: Show Me
Composer: Joe Tex
Album: 25 All Time Greatest Hits
Label: Varese Sarabande
Artist: Berk & The Virtual Band
Album: Jazz Chill, Vol. 3
Label: Beggars Banquet
Artist: Selena y los Dinos
Composer: Ei, Nakamura
===3:04 PM. | None (National)===
===5:00 PM. | Five O'clock Report===
Sharon Brettkelly presents an hour of current affairs from the RNZ News team
Remuera murder accused appears in court
A 24-year-old man has appeared at the Auckland District Court today, charged with the murder of a mother of two in the suburb of Remuera.
Regions: Auckland Region
Another day of volatility on global sharemarkets
It's been another day of turbulence on global sharemarkets, with Chinese-inspired volatility stoking panic selling.
Bad weather lashes country.
There have been car crashes, flight cancellations, and Waikato drivers have been warned to stay off the roads all together as wild weather hits large parts of the country.
Microbeads ban on the cards
The Government is considering a ban on cosmetic products containing plastic microbeads which are polluting waterways, two decades after scientists first sounded the alarm.
Perth fires out of control
A small town in Western Australia has been devastated by fire, with many public buildings and homes destroyed.
Update on the ASB Classic
Wet weather has delayed the start of the fifth day of tennis at the women's ASB Classic in Auckland this afternoon.
Tags: tennis, ASB Classic
170th comemorations for the Battle of Ruapekapeka Pa
Northland iwi and hapu will commemorate the battle of Ruapekapeka Pa just south of Kawakawa this Sunday.
Tags: te ao Maori
California declares emergency over gas leak
The Governor of California has declared a state of emergency in a Los Angeles suburb where methane gas has been leaking from an underground storage field.
Is cycling becoming safer?
New figures show cyclists and drivers may finally be learning how to get along.
Tags: cycling, sfatey
Can a penis doodle be a signature?
An Australian man has found himself at odds with authorities over his choice of signature.
No end in sight to armed occupation in Oregon
A group of armed militia occupying a wildlife refuge in the American state of Oregon has rejected a sheriff's offer to end the stand-off.
Pacific nations hit by US tuna row
Several small Pacific nations are facing a major hit to their income because of a dispute with the United States over the tuna fishery.
Tags: tuna, fisheries
Soundsplash Festival expected to benefit Raglan businesses
The Waikato town of Raglan is renowned for its surfing scene but there are expectations the return of the Soundsplash Festival will bring a different type of visitor this weekend.
===6:06 PM. | Great Encounters===
Memorable exchanges with RNZ guests during the past year (RNZ)
===7:06 PM. | TED Radio Hour===
===8:06 PM. | Windows On The World===
International public radio features and documentaries
===9:06 PM. | Country Life===
Memorable scenes, people and places in rural New Zealand
===10:00 PM. | Late Edition===
Late Edition for Friday 8 January
In Late Edtion Noelle McCarty speaks with Walter Robinson and Dame Kiri Te Kanawa
The day's best interviews from RNZ National
===10:30 PM. | None (National)===
Steph McGovern explores the rich, diverse history of salt which has played a vital and multi-faceted role in history (1 of 2, BBC)
===11:06 PM. | None (National)===
Jupiter & Okwess International Live at Womad Taranaki (4 of 5)
Reference number 288090
Media type AUDIO
Collection Sound Collection
Ngā Taonga Korero Collection
Untelescoped radio airchecks
RNZ National (estab. 2016), Broadcaster
Date 08 Jan 2016