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27 February 2016

===12:04 AM. | All Night Programme===
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Including: 12:05 Music after Midnight (RNZ); 12:30 Laugh Track (RNZ); 1:05 From the World (BBC); 2:05 NZ Live; 3:05 Hedged In, by Marie Langley, read by Sonia Yee (RNZ); 3:30 The Week (RNZ); 4:30 Global Business (BBC); 5:10 Witness (BBC); 5:45 Voices (RNZ)

===6:08 AM. | Storytime===
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Harry Wakatipu & the Shorter Oxford English Dictionary, by Jack Lasenby, told by Stuart Devenie; Little Brother's Haircut, by Joy Cowley, told by Ole Maiava; Iris La Bonga and the Locked Door, by Margaret Mahy, told by Donna Akersten; Miri's Birthday, by Paddy Richardson, told by Hone Kouka; Marvin the Slob, by Roger Hall, told by Ginette McDonald; Little Great Wall, by Chris Tse, told by Gary Young

===7:10 AM. | Country Life===
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Memorable scenes, people and places in rural New Zealand (RNZ)

===8:10 AM. | Saturday Morning===
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A mixture of current affairs and feature interviews, until midday (RNZ)

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08:15
Jamie Joseph: Battling poaching in Africa
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Writer and environmental activist who grew up between South Africa and Zimbabwe, and moved to New Zealand. She is reporting from the frontline of Africa's poaching crisis at savingthewild.com, and has published a story exposing one of the alleged biggest poaching kingpins in the rhino wars.
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Rhino poaching in South Africa has made some people extremely rich, South African-born environmental activist Jamie Joseph says.
Speaking on Saturday Morning with Kim Hill, Ms Joseph was scathing about what she said was largely unchecked poaching and the failure of some authorities to prosecute those responsible.
Ms Joseph grew up between South Africa and Zimbabwe, before moving to New Zealand seven years ago, and recently spent nine months shadowing anti-poaching rangers in Africa.
In January, she published a story on her blog about Dumisani Gwala, who she accused of being a kingpin in the so-called rhino wars.
Compared to any other poaching syndicate in South Africa, she said, the scale of Mr Gwala's alleged operation, based 15km from the Mozambique border in the province of Kwa-Zulu-Natal, was "off the charts".
With a police investigation ongoing since 2012 "we're looking at 200 dead rhino", Ms Joseph said.
The rangers were risking their lives to save what wildlife remained in South Africa and they trusted her to shine a light on the horrific practice of rhino horn poaching, she said.
'Cakewalk for criminals'
Even if poachers were arrested, she said, they faced minimal penalties such as fines - which, with rhino horn selling for up to $100,000 per kilo on the black market in China, just meant killing another animal.
The amount of money involved and the fact it was largely risk-free meant it was "a cakewalk for criminals", she said.
"Why would they peddle drugs when they can kill a rhino? The laws are not acting as a deterrent."
Ms Joseph said what was done to rhinos, who were often still conscious when their horns were hacked off, was perhaps the worst atrocity inflicted on animals.
Various solutions had been put forward, such as removing the prized horns, but Ms Joseph said that was not a long-term solution because they grew back.
A formula to make them useless for sale by poisoning the horns had also failed but a new solution might be to attach radioactive isotypes, which would mean any officials smuggling rhino horn in diplomatic bags would still set off alarms at border security.
"I would love to see that ... if you had all the private rhino owners in South Africa poison the horns, that's one quarter of the horns of 20,000 rhino.
"And then you have one of the big NGOs that are based in China and Vietnam blitz a campaign that says you have a one in four chance of contracting a stomach or gastric disease - I'm sure the sales will plummet."
No one would die, Ms Joseph said, but it could stop people engaging in a criminal activity and driving a species to extinction.

Topics: environment, conflict, crime, defence force, history, international aid and development, internet, law, money, politics, world
Regions: Auckland Region, Bay of Plenty
Tags: Africa, South Africa, Zimbabwe, poaching, rhino, elephant, ivory, pangolin, animal conservation, Richard Branson
Duration: 45'08"

09:10
Lee Tamahori: Making 'Mahana'
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Filmmaker whose first New Zealand movie in 20 years, Mahana, adapted from the novel Bulibasha by Witi Ihimaera, tells the story of two Maori sheep-shearing families on the East Coast in the 1960s. Mahana opens in cinemas nationwide on 3 March.
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Filmmaker Lee Tamahori discusses Mahana, his first New Zealand movie in 20 years. Adapted from the novel Bulibasha by Witi Ihimaera, it tells the story of two Maori sheep-shearing families on the East Coast in the 1960s. Mahana opens in cinemas nationwide on 3 March.
Topics: arts, history, media, money, te ao Maori, technology, world
Regions: Auckland Region, East Coast, Wellington Region, Otago
Tags: Hollywood, Ngati Porou, Temuera Morrison, Cliff Curtis, Witi Ihimaera, Adrien Brody, Robyn Scholes, Toa Fraser, David Chase, The Sopranos, Mormon, Te Kooti, Titokowaru, Geoff Murphy, Steven Spielberg, Akuhata Keefe
Duration: 40'36"

09:50
Art with Mary Kisler: the Christchurch Art Gallery
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Senior Curator, Mackelvie Collection, International Art, at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, Mary Kisler, discussing the recently reopened Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu.
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Mary Kisler reports back from the freshly reopened Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu, discussing works on display by Martin Creed, Bill Culbert, Robyn White, Rita Angus, Frances Upritchard, Connie Samaras and more, as well as what Colin McCahon and Leonard Cohen have in common. As she told Kim Hill.:
"You can not actually go into the gallery now and look at anything there without having the sense of what has happened sitting on your shoulders... There's kind of a metaphor for Christchurch in every single work on display, in one way or another, but also a metaphor for what we need in life; for sustenance."
Mary Kisler is Senior Curator, Mackelvie Collection, International Art at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki
Topics: arts, identity, Canterbury earthquakes, history
Regions: Canterbury
Tags: Colin McCahon, Robyn White, Rita Angus, Martin Creed
Duration: 10'13"

10:05
Michela Magas and Andrew Dubber: music tech fest
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Michela Magas, founder of Stromatolite and the #MusicBricks project, and Andrew Dubber, founder of digital music consultancy group New Music Strategies. Together they run the Berlin Music Tech Fest.
Topics: world, arts, internet, music, technology
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: Sweden, Berlin, Internet of Things, design, Peter Gabriel, Napster, feminism, equality
Duration: 28'30"

10:35
Rebecca Priestley: anthologising Antarctica
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Senior Lecturer in the Science in Society Group, Victoria University of Wellington, and editor of Dispatches from Continent Seven: an Anthology of Antarctic Science, a new collection of writings by Antarctic explorers and scientists.
Topics: Antarctica, author interview, books, environment, climate, history, science
Regions: Wellington Region
Tags: exploration, geology, climate change, global warming, seals, plankton, krill, Amundsen
Duration: 24'38"

11:05
Sandra Coney: Opening up Waikumete Cemetery
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Chair of the Waitakere Ranges Local Board, and driving force behind the inaugural open day at New Zealand's largest cemetery, the first event of its kind in New Zealand.
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Waikumete Cemetery in Auckland is holding an open day - the first of its kind in New Zealand - to educate the public about its work.
The cemetery is New Zealand's largest, and the final resting place for over 70,000 people. At 108 hectares, it is also one of the region's largest public parks.
On Sunday, it will try to demystify the morbidity of death, displace some of the apprehension around cemeteries and burial practices, explain the historical relevance of cemeteries and explore cultural differences in the treatment of lost loved ones.
Waitākere Ranges Local Board chair Sandra Coney, who helped put the event together, spoke to Saturday Morning with Kim Hill about the vision for the project.
Topics: spiritual practices, life and society, history, environment, te ao Maori
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: death, cemeteries, Burial, ecology, Waitakere ranges, military history, Wwi, WW1, Shipwrecks, drowning, Robert Hislop, genealogy, ancestry, James Cross, plants, stillborn, wildflowers
Duration: 25'07"

11:30
Eb & Sparrow
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Wellington band Eb & Sparrow join Kim Hill in the RNZ music studio ahead of their mamouth New Zealand tour.
Topics: music
Regions: Wellington Region
Tags: Eb and Sparrow, tour, Sun Son
Duration: 25'00"

11:30
Eb & Sparrow: small-town soundings
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Members of the Wellington band Eb & Sparrow (Ebony Lamb, Nick Brown, Jason Johnson and Chris Winter) join Kim Hill in the RNZ music studio ahead of their month-long tour to small New Zealand centres.
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Related:
NZ Live – Eb And Sparrow
Topics: music, arts
Regions: Wellington Region, Tasman, West Coast
Tags: Eb and Sparrow, tour, Sun Son, Roy Orbison, Bryn Heveldt, Mussell Inn, Ebony Lamb, Nick Brown, Chris Winter
Duration: 25'00"

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8:12 Jamie Joseph
Jamie Joseph is a writer and environmental activist who grew up between South Africa and Zimbabwe, and moved to New Zealand in 2009. She is currently reporting from the frontline of Africa's poaching crisis at savingthewild.com, and in January published a story about Dumisani Gwala, allegedly one of the biggest kingpins identified in the rhino wars, and the allegedly corrupt magistrate linked to his syndicate. Jamie is in Auckland for an intimate dinner fundraiser on 28 February, before returning to South Africa for Gwala's trial.
[gallery:1802] Images from Saving The Wild by environmental activist and writer Jamie Joseph

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9:05 Lee Tamahori
Lee Tamahori is a filmmaker (Once Were Warriors, Die Another Day), whose first New Zealand movie in 20 years, Mahana, tells the story of two Maori sheep-shearing families on the East Coast in the 1960s. Adapted from the novel Bulibasha by Witi Ihimaera, Mahana opens in cinemas nationwide on 3 March. (From Monday 29 February to Friday 18 March, the RNZ Reading at 9:45 on Nine to Noon, is Bulibasha, read by George Henare.)

9:45 Art with Mary Kisler: the Christchurch Art Gallery
Mary Kisler is the Senior Curator, Mackelvie Collection, International Art, at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki. She will discuss the recently reopened Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu.
[gallery:1798] Images from exhibitions at the Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu.

10:05 Michela Magas and Andrew Dubber
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Michela Magas works across the intersections of science and art, design and technology, and academic research and industry. She consults on innovation and the Internet of Things to the European Commission, incubates new technology startups through her #MusicBricks project and is the founder of Stromatolite and spinoff companies Sonaris and T-Jay. Andrew Dubber is the founder of digital music consultancy group New Music Strategies, a former UK professor of Music Industry Innovation, and an advisor to Stromatolite, Sonaris, and Bandcamp. They live near Umeå in Sweden, and are in New Zealand in advance of the creative technology and music festival that they run together: Music Tech Fest, which has its tenth event in four years coming up in Berlin (27-30 May 2016).
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10:35 Rebecca Priestley
Dr Rebecca Priestley is a Senior Lecturer in the Science in Society Group, Victoria University of Wellington. She is the author of a number of books, including The Awa Book of New Zealand Science, for which she won the 2009 Royal Society of New Zealand Science Book Prize. She is the editor of Dispatches from Continent Seven: an Anthology of Antarctic Science (Awa Press), a new collection of writings by Antarctic explorers and scientists that includes her own experiences on the ice.

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11:05 Sandra Coney
Sandra Coney is a journalist, feminist, and chair of the Waitākere Ranges Local Board. She is the driving force behind the inaugural open day (28 February) at New Zealand’s largest cemetery, Waikumete Cemetery, the first event of its kind in New Zealand.

[gallery:1799] Photos of Waikumete Cemetery
11:30 Eb & Sparrow
Wellington band Eb & Sparrow – singer/songwriter Ebony Lamb, Bryn Heveldt (lapsteel, guitar, vocals), Nick Brown (drums, vocals), Jason Johnson (bass, guitar, vocals), Chris Winter (brass, bass, guitar, vocals) – released their second full-length album, Sun/Son, last year to wide acclaim. The band are touring New Zealand in March and April in association with Arts on Tour, playing at Golden Bay (2 March), Amberley (4 March), Ashburton (5 March), Lincoln (7 March), Hokitika (8 March), Okarito (9 March), Cromwell (10 March), Gore (11 March), Invercargill (12 March), Stewart Island (14 March), Dunedin (16 March), Twizel 17 March), Fairlie (18 March), Christchurch (19 March), Hamilton 23 March), Kauaeranga (24 March), Coromandel (26 March, Onewhero (31 March) Opotiki (1 April), and Rangiwahia (2 April).
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This Saturday’s team:
Producer: Mark Cubey
Wellington engineer: Dominic Godfrey
Music engineer: William Saunders
Auckland engineer: Jeremy Ansell
Research by Infofind

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Artist: Toya Delazy (featuring Cassper Nyoves)
Song: My City
Album: Ascension
Label: SME, 2014
Broadcast: 8:12
Artist: Toumani Diabaté with Ballaké Sissoko
Song: Bi Lambam
Album: New Ancient Strings
Label: Hannibal, 1999
Broadcast: 10:05

===12:11 PM. | This Way Up===
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Exploring the things we use and consume. Some content may offend (RNZ)

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12:01
This Way Up Part 1
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Heart attack early warning, swimming the Pacific Ocean, and an amazing tale about genetic mutations.
Topics:
Regions:
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Duration: 49'15"

12:15
Heart attack warning
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Heart attacks are the leading cause of death worldwide. Dr Chris Smith of The Naked Scientists has news from the UK where scientists think they've found some important early warning signs of a heart attack, detectable through medical imaging.
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An early warning ?
Scientists could have discovered an early warning system to detect heart attacks, the leading cause of death worldwide.
Heart attacks occur when the coronary arteries, which supply blood to the heart itself, become blocked.
Now Imperial College cardiologist Ramzi Khamis and his colleagues, writing in Nature Scientific Reports, have identified a way to pinpoint damage in blood vessels in mice that could cause a future heart attack.
The technique involves injecting an antibody that recognises and attaches itself to oxidised cholesterol linked to the greatest risk of heart attacks. This antibody is marked and can easily be picked up on medical imaging equipment.
Dr Chris Smith of the Naked Scientists says current approaches can only detect where the arteries are narrowed, not the specific "hotspots" where they are most at risk of rupture and blockage.
"At the moment, the gold standard treatment is to inflate a small balloon against the blockage inside a clogged artery, and then prop open the vessel using a wire cage called a stent, which is inserted down a wire temporarily placed inside the artery, " Dr Smith said.
But Dr Khamis speculates that in the future this might not be necessary.
"We're now working on a way to use these antibodies also to deliver drugs to the diseased areas that need them...that will damp down the disease process in the artery wall and prevent further damage or even reverse it."

Topics: science, health
Regions:
Tags: heart attacks, Aborigines, Australia, genetics
Duration: 9'12"

12:25
Swimming the Pacific
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Ben Lecomte aims to become the first person to swim across the Pacific Ocean from Tokyo to San Francisco. En route he'll become a one man swimming laboratory, with scientists studying how his body reacts to this extreme exercise.
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In a few months, Ben Lecomte will put his flippers and his snorkel on and get into the sea in Japan.
About six months and 8200km later, he plans to emerge from the water in San Francisco - having become the first person to swim across the Pacific.
He's got previous form, too. He swam 6000km to cross the Atlantic Ocean back in 1998.
En route, he will become a one-man floating, swimming laboratory, with researchers studying how his body reacts to extreme exercise. The results will also be used to simulate the effects of long-distance space travel.
Topics: sport, science
Regions:
Tags: swimming, Pacific
Duration: 13'12"

12:40
Muscles and mutations
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David Epstein's amazing story about genetic mutations started with an email with the subject line "Olympic medallist and muscular dystrophy patient with the same mutation".
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David Epstein is the author of The Sports Gene, which looks at the genetic basis of sporting excellence and the complex question of whether success in the sporting arena comes down to nature, nurture or something in between.
This Way Up spoke to David back in 2013, who after releasing the book, David started getting a barrage of weird and wonderful emails in his inbox – from pushy parents asking if they should genetically test their children, to coaches volunteering their athletes as human guinea pigs, to people claiming to have strange genetic mutations.
Amongst all of this email, he spotted one from a lady called Jill Viles with the unusual subject line 'Olympic medallist and muscular dystrophy patient with the same mutation'.
That's where the story really began, as he tells Simon Morton:
Topics: sport, science
Regions:
Tags: genetics, mutations, Olympics, Jill Viles
Duration: 18'38"

13:01
This Way Up Part 2
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Dishwasher detergents, tech news (Netflix VPNs and Facebook Reactions), a physical rehab app, India's railway university and USB drives to North Korea.
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Duration: 51'45"

13:10
Dishwasher detergents
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We put dishwasher detergents to the test with Paul Smith, the Head of Testing at consumer.org.nz.
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This Way Up put dishwasher detergents to the test with Paul Smith, the Head of Testing at consumer.org.nz.
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Regions:
Tags: dishwashers, detergents, consumer
Duration: 9'36"

13:20
Smartphone rehab app
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Swibo's Tilt is a New Zealand-developed app that helps people recover from injury, or train so they avoid getting injured in the first place. Benjamin Dunn of Swibo shows us how the technology works.
Topics: technology, sport
Regions:
Tags: rehab, injury, smartphone, balancing
Duration: 10'01"

13:20
Tech: Netflix VPNs and Facebook Reactions
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Peter Griffin with technology news. This week an update on how Netflix is cracking down on the use of VPNs by New Zealanders accessing its services. Also virtual reality dominates the news coming out of this week's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and reaction to Facebook's Reactions.
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Topics: technology, internet
Regions:
Tags: mobile, Facebook, virtual reality, media, Netflix
Duration: 12'48"

13:45
India's railway university
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A railway university is being set up in India to improve services on India's vast but chaotic railway network. Vidhi Doshi lives and works and Mumbai.
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India's railway system is vast and bustling, but it can also be unreliable, dirty and slightly chaotic.
It provides work for no less than 1.4 million people and is so important for transporting the country's people and goods around that yesterday's Rail Budget 2016, presented by the Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu, was liveblogged by the minute! The big news? No hike in passenger fares.
Meanwhile the Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi, has pledged to improve the country's railway services by setting up a specialist railway university. There will be courses in management and engineering as well as yoga lessons and training for railway staff to help make customers feel more welcome.
Despite criticism of the university, and of plans to modernise the network with a high speed train service, Mr Modi is hoping to turn India into a global centre of excellence in all things rail. Vidhi Doshi lives and works and Mumbai.

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Regions:
Tags: India, railways
Duration: 7'20"

13:55
Freedom drives
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Alex Gladstein is one of those behind flashdrivesforfreedom.org, a scheme to get people's old USB drives into North Korea.
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Remember buying your first USB drive? The wonder of all that data on such a little portable device – no cables, no batteries – magic!
Today they're given away at conferences or as corporate gifts, and with more of us using the cloud, millions of these drives get consigned to a drawer – devalued, unused, and unloved. But they still have value to people in some parts of the world.
Alex Gladstein is working for an organisation called flashdrivesforfreedom.org that wants to collect up thousands of old USB drives and then send them to organisations led by North Korean refugees and defectors to be smuggled back into North Korea.
Simon Morton spoke with Alex:
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Tags: North Korea, USB
Duration: 5'39"

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We're playing these tracks too...
Artist: Pools
Track: Summer Sunday
Composer: Robby Fronzo
Label: Holy Page Records
Artist: Hinds
Track: Chili Town
Composers: Hinds
Album: Leave Me Alone
Label: Lucky Number
Artist: Mind Enterprises
Track: Idealistic
Composer: Andrea Tirone
Album: Idealist
Label: BECAUSE
And our theme music is:
Artist: Jefferson Belt
Track: The Green Termite
Composer: Jefferson Belt
Album: Table Manners
Label: Round Trip Mars

===2:05 PM. | Music 101===
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Emma Smith presents the best songs, music-related stories, interviews, live music, industry news and music documentaries from NZ and the world

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15:00
Music 101 Pocket Edition 75: Santigold/ Roy Irwin/ Parents
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Santigold in shrink-wrap, obsession and boredom with Roy Irwin and Auckland's Parents stretch out.
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In the Music 101 Pocket Edition 75: Santigold in shrink-wrap, obsession and boredom with Roy Irwin and Auckland's Parents stretch out.
Topics: music
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: Music 101 podcast, Music 101 Pocket Edition, songwriting
Duration: 49'14"

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2-3pm
Santigold
Santigold talks with Emma Smith about narcissism and hyper-consumerism, major themes on her latest album 99 cents.
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Prince Review
Sam Wicks reviews Prince's debut performance in Auckland this week.
Inner Space
Yadana Saw investigates an intergalactic music and art performance in Wellington.
3-4pm
Roy Irwin
Prolific Auckland bedroom musician Roy Irwin takes us inside his 1 : 12 Records release, S.O.D.A.
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Kane Strang
Kane Strang's Blue Cheese gets an international release this week. We revisit his musings on the darker side of pop.
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Introducing: Anthony Lander
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Parents
With a fervent DIY attitude Parents have earned their place as one of the heaviest and hardest working acts to come from New Zealand. Jono Glenday and Simon Oswald talk Zac Arnold through their latest release, Great Reward.
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4-5pm
Splore 2016
Melody Thomas and her able assistant, three-year-old Sadie, head to Tapapakanga Regional Park to take in this year's Splore festival. Featuring interviews with Splore guests Ragga Twins, Jordan Rakei, Waxahatchee, Eddie Johnston (Race Banyon/Lontalius), Priya Sami (Trip Pony) and music director John Minty.
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Horomona Horo x Alpha Steppa
On the West Coast beaches of Auckland, Taonga Puoro master, Horomona Horo, collaborated with UK dub and roots producer, Alpha Steppa, bringing their two musical worlds together. Mani Dunlop sits in on the production process at musician Paddy Free’s home studio in Piha.
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2-3pm
Artist: Santogold
Songs: Shove It
Composer: S.White
Album: Santogold
Atlantic Records

Interview: Santigold - 99 cents
Artist: Santigold
Song: Who Be Lovin' Me, Big Boss Big Time Business, I Can't Get Enough of Myself, Banshee
Composer: Santigold
Album: 99 cents
Label: Warner
Artist: Prince
Songs: Thieves in the Temple
Composer: P.Nelson
Album: Graffiti Bridge
Label: Paisley Park, Warner Bros.
The Sampler: Kanye West - The Life of Pablo
Artist: Kanye West
Song: Wolves
Composer: West, Hoberg, Soucy, Brinsmead, Goldstein, Rutberg, Young, McDermott, Dean, Lauryen,
Reynolds
Album: The Life of Pablo
Label: GOOD Music, Def Jam

Artist: Kanye West
Song: Low Lights
Composer: West, Dean, Potter, Greisemer, Rivera
Album: The Life of Pablo
Label: GOOD Music, Def Jam

Artist: Kanye West
Song: Famous
Composer: West, Young, Muchita, Goldstein, Dawson, Dean, Bennett, Dean, Brown, Birchard, Webb, Riley, Bacalov, Vita, Bardotti, Scalamonga
Album: The Life of Pablo
Label: GOOD Music, Def Jam

Artist: Kanye West
Song: Ultra Light Beam
Composer: West, Dean, Young, Price, Nash, Segal, Franklin, Dean, Bennett, Goldstein, Potter, Griesemer, Watkins
Album: The Life of Pablo
Label: GOOD Music, Def Jam

Artist: Kanye West
Song: Father Stretch My Hands
Composer: West, Mescudi, Rubin, Dean, Goldstein, Wayne, Young, Ritter, Potter, Griesemer, Bennett, Barrett
Album: The Life of Pablo
Label: GOOD Music, Def Jam

Artist: Kanye West
Song: Highlights
Composer: West, Nash, Goldstein, Luellen, Young, Williams, Dean, Philliganes, Bryant, Reynolds
Album: The Life of Pablo
Label: GOOD Music, Def Jam

Artist: Kanye West
Song: Waves
Composer: West, Brown, Young, Williams, Rutberg, Watkins, Dean, Bennett, Wayne, Braithwaite, Diggs, Ferguson, Livingston, Mason, Whipper
Album: The Life of Pablo
Label: GOOD Music, Def Jam

3-4pm
Artist: Jay Retard
Song: Pull Down The Shades
Composer: C. Knox
Album: Stroke
Label: Merge Records
Interview: Roy Irwin
Artist: Roy Irwin
Song: Demon's Cave, Deth Trip, Stress Less, Broken Mind
Composer: Irwin
Album: S.O.D.A
Label: 1:12
Artist: Purple Pilgrims
Song: Is You Real
Composer: Adams/ Adams
Album: Eternal Delight
Label: Not Not Fun
Interview: Kane Strang- Blue Cheese
Artist: Kane Strang
Song: The Web, Full Moon Hungry Sun, Scarlet King Magnolia
Composer: Strang
Album: Blue Cheese
Label: Ba Da Bing
Artist: Kane Strang
Song: You Think
Composer: Strang
Album: Blue Cheese
Label: Ba Da Bing
Introducing: Anthony Lander
Artist: Anthony Lander
Song: Someone Else
Composer: Lander
Album: Someone Else
Label: Self Release
Interview: Parents
Artist: Parents
Song: The Fiend, Dream On, Hopeless, Don't Look Back, No More, Low, Wounded
Composer: Parents
Album: Great Reward
Label: Parents
Artist: G.L.O.S.S.
Song: Give Violence A Chance
Composer: G.L.O.S.S.
Album: Not Normal Presents… Hardcore
Label: Not Normal Tapes
4-5pm
Artist: Hiatus Kaiyote
Song: Breathing Underwater
Composer: Hiatus Kaiyote
Album: Unreleased
Label: RNZ Recording

Festival Report: Splore
Artist: Ragga Twins
Song: Hooligan 69
Composer: Destouche
Album: Reggae Owes Me Money
Label: Shut Up and Dance

Artist: Ragga Twins ft Aquasky, DJ Go
Song: Everybody Hype
Composer: Destouche
Album: Everybody Hype/Let it Burn 7”
Label: 777 Records

Artist: Jordan Rakei
Song: Alright, Street Light
Composer: Rakei
Album: Groove Curse
Label: Soul Has No Tempo

Artist: Disclosure ft Jordan Rakei
Song: Masterpiece
Composer: Disclosure, Jordan Rakei
Album: Caracal
Label: Capitol Records

Artist: Trip Pony
Song: Open Up, If I Gave You My Heart
Composer: Toy, Trip Pony
Album: Gem
Label: Private

Artist: Race Banyon ft Ty Dolla $ign
Song: What Are We Doing
Composer: Eddie Johnston, Tyrone Griffin
Album: Single
Label: Unreleased

Artist: Waxahatchee
Song: La Loose, Summer of Love
Composer: Katie Crutchfield
Album: Ivy Tripp
Label: Wichita

Artist: Dub Pistols
Song: This Anthem
Composer:Barry Ashworth, Bill Borez
Album: The Return of the Pistoleros
Label: PIAS

Artist: Micachu
Song: Go (With Tirzah)
Composer: Levi
Album: Taz and May Vids
Label: Demdike Stare
Artist: Ti L'Afrique
Song: Soul Sok Sega
Composer: Ti L'Afrique
Album: Soul Sok Sega
Label: Strut
Interview: Horomona Horo meets Alpha Steppa
Artist: Horomona Horo (NZ), Alpha Steppa (UK)
Song: Ipurangi
Composer: Horomona Horo (NZ), Alpha Steppa (UK)
Album: Ipurangi
Label: Steppas Records

===5:11 PM. | Focus on Politics===
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Analysis of significant political issues presented by RNZ's parliamentary reporting team (RNZ)

===5:30 PM. | Tagata o te Moana===

Tagata o te Moana for 27 February 2016
The grim news from Fiji after the cyclone disaster continues; Sir Peter Keniloria, Solomon Islands founding father, dies; Amnesty report highlights NZ privacy breaches in Pacific; Questions over business model at heart of PNG logging; Samoa goes to the polls next week; Saving the Brych yard in the Cook Islands; Zika extends its hold on American Samoa; New Zealand's boat for Tokelau is handed over; and a new degree in performing arts.

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Pacific news, features, interviews and music for all New Zealanders, giving an insight into the diverse cultures of the Pacific people (RNZI)

===6:06 PM. | Great Encounters===
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In-depth interviews selected from RNZ National's feature programmes during the week (RNZ)

===7:06 PM. | Saturday Night===
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An evening of requests, nostalgia and musical memories (RNZ)

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=SHOW NOTES=

7pm – 8pm
Five Red Caps - Boogie Woogie On A Saturday Night
Elizabeth Taylor - Send In The Clowns
Bing Crosby & Johnny Mercer - Mister Crosby & Mister Mercer
Vera Lynn - A Nightingale Sang In Berkley Square
Israel Kamakawiwo'ole - Over The Rainbow
Miriam Stockley - Alla Notte - Adagio
East Village Opera Company - O Mio Babbino Caro
James Reyne - Oh No Not You Again
John Hore Grenell - Welcome To Our World
Malvina Reynolds - Little Boxes
Peggy Lee - Is That All There Is?
Chet Baker - My Funny Valentine

8pm – 9pm
Frank Sinatra - Saturday Night
Betty Hutton - It's Oh So Quiet
Counting Crows - A Long December
John Denver - Annie’s Song
The Fortunes - You've Got Your Troubles
Allen Toussaint - Southern Nights
Janis Joplin - Down On Me
Pink Turtle - Baker Street
Diana Krall - Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
Robert Plant and Alison Krauss - Gone Gone Gone
Jim Croce - Time In A Bottle
Neil Young - Harvest Moon
Sting - Moon Over Bourbon Street

9pm – 10pm
Kirsty MacColl - Big Boy On A Saturday Night
Fats Domino - Ain’t That A Shame
Prince - Musicology
Prince - Kiss
Ralph McTell - Hands Of Joseph
Litte Big Town - Sober
Annie Lennox - Pavement Cracks
Randy Newman - Naked Man
Stevie Wonder - Sweetest Somebody I Know
Andrew London - Speed Up At The Overtaking Lane
Terry Allen - Amarillo Highway
Tom Jones and Imelda May - Honey Honey

10pm – 11pm
Count Basie and Ray Charles - Every Saturday Night
Johnny Cash - San Quentin
Jason Isbell - Cover Me Up
Van Morrison and Joss Stone - Wild Honey
David Gilmour - On An Island
Flash And The Pan - Hey St. Peter
The Monkees - Goin' Down
Led Zeppelin - When The Levee Breaks
Tom Lehrer - Poisoning Pigeons In The Park

11pm – Midnight
Late Night Phil. Tonight: The Ultimate Concert Part 2.
Richard "Groove" Holmes - Come Together
Nils Lofgren - I Came To Dance

Asleep At The Wheel - Route 66

Danny Gatton - Secret Love

John Prine - Dear Abby

Adele - Rolling In The Deep

Warren Zevon - Excitable Boy

David Bowie - America

Jeff Beck - Sleepwalk

Graham Parker and The Rumour - Hey Lord (Don't Ask Me Questions)

Commander Cody - Good Rocking Tonight

Chris Barber, Van Morrison and Lonnie Donegan - It Takes A Worried Man

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Year 2016

Reference number 288140

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 27 Feb 2016