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News wrap @ morning, 09 April 2021
The Derek Chauvin trial will wrap up a second week. Violent protests continue to take place in Ireland. And, efforts to ban assault-style weapons in Colorado wane.By KUOW Staff
It's Friday so we cross the ditch to Canberra to talk to our correspondent Kerry-Anne Walsh.
A new documentary by building experts John Gray and Roger Levie has uncovered the shocking state of apartment buildings around New Zealand. Entitled A Living Hell: Apartment Disasters. Roger is with us to discuss the doco.
Prince Philip's death at the age of 99 yesterday has sent Britain into a period of mourning, and brought to an end the incredible love story between the Duke of Edinburgh and Queen Elizabeth, his wife of more than seven decades.
A study has found that self-monitoring using digital health tools - including apps, wearables and websites - is associated with weight loss. Study co-author Dr Shelley Patel from the Stanford University School of Medicine is with us to explain.
There's science behind why your relationship with your boss works so well - or doesn't. Sherri Malouf is the Chair and Principal of Situation Management Systems and author of Science and the Leader-Follower Relationship. She explains.
Timing of Duke's death trick for our media; Cam Wallace - new boss fights fires at MediaWorks; pent up demand travel demand bubbles up in media.
On the Weekend Panel this morning are Brigitte Moreton and Chris Wikaira. Among other topics, they'll be looking at the death of Prince Philip, the vaccine rollout, stopping travel from India to New Zealand, progress with the trans-Taman bubble, and the idea of being able to buy (and consume in public) liquor 365 days a year.…
Flick Taylor is currently living in a tent on her and husband Sam's plot in Laikipia County in Kenya while the family build a new home. It's a world away from her early upbringing on a farm in rural Canterbury. She's Calling Home this morning.
The consumer technology writer from the New York Times is urging readers to ditch Chrome, Safari and Microsoft Edge in favour of using private browsers like Brave. Sunday Morning tech correspondent Helen Baxter offers her analysis.
New Zealand Professor Gary McLean is with us to look at all of the latest news relating to the Covid-19 pandemic, including what the longevity of immunity is likely to be and how Covid-19 has become a 'super' coronavirus.
How the pandemic inoculations were pulled off, moving forward after a loss, and welcome back to the barbershop.By Gordon Deal
Georgia's Republican Governor Brian Kemp signed into law new restrictions for elections in his state. The measure quickly outraged Democrats, who made accusations of racism and called for boycotts of Georgia-based businesses. The controversial bill named the Election Integrity Act of 2021 even prompted Major League Baseball to move its All-Star Gam…
How the pandemic inoculations were pulled off, moving forward after a loss, and welcome back to the barbershop.By WSJ This Morning
Britain’s vaccination programme suffered a setback this week over the use of the AstraZeneca jab — the workhorse of the UK immunisation effort — among younger people. How will new guidance for under-30s affect the vaccine rollout and the bounce it has given Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the polls? Plus, what's behind Northern Ireland's most viole…
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"He korora, he tohu oranga: the little penguin is the sign of life". This whakatauki, that the success of korora populations indicates the health of the coastal marine environment, underpins John Cockrem's work. The professor of comparative endocrinology in the School of Veterinary Science at Massey University monitors nestbox colony study sites at…
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Taylor talks about Gov Ron DeSantis getting censored for content on YouTube and we talk further about whether internet is infrastructure.By Howie Carr
Poet Johanna Emeney says that Felt, her new collection of poems, explores teaching, animals and how emotions and "the things that have hit me hard over the past decade" are felt in the body.
We Violate a Hippo. Cool Shorts And Jelly Bums. A Tom Hardy Man. Four Clover Leaks. Diamond in your ass with some coal. Senfield Snyder Cut. Poopy Router. Violate my own HIPAA. The less we know with Dan and more on this episode of TMSPM.
Georgia Rippin (Tainui, Ngati Mahuta) is a New Zealand writer and television producer based in New York where she works on programmes for Netflix and Showtime. Her early productions, including Dislawderly and The Do Not Enter Diaries were broadcast as web series. Georgia is now making Girls Girls Girls, a documentary about women working in the onli…
The hunt for a wine collection believed to have been hidden in a remote Georgian winery during the Second World War is at the centre of a new book, Stalin's Wine Cellar. First owned by Nicholas II, the last Tsar of Russia, and later by Soviet leader Joseph Stalin, the collection is estimated to be worth millions of dollars. Sydney based John Baker …
In this hour, Grace joins Taylor for Police Blotter Fax Friday!Also in this hour, Taylor listens and reacts to today’s Chump Line!By Howie Carr
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and husband to Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, has died at the age of ninety-nine. Thousands gathered at Buckingham Palace to honor the passing of his Royal highness. FOX's Simon Owen speaks with those sending their condolences outside of Buckingham Palace.By FOX News Radio
Constant surveillance, cultural suppression and 're-education' are a day-to-day reality for the approximately 12 million Muslim minority Uighur people who live in the Xinjiang Autonomous Region of northwest China. Activists and UN rights experts accuse China of using torture, forced labour and sterilisations. China denies rights abuses in Xinjiang …
Neuroscientist Lisa Genova explores how memories are made and retrieved in her new book Remember: The Science of Memory and the Art of Forgetting. She looks at whether forgotten memories are temporarily inaccessible or erased forever and why some memories are built to exist for only a few seconds (like a passcode) while others can last a lifetime (…
In this hour, Taylor discusses President Biden setting up commission to study expanding of the Supreme Court.By Howie Carr
Cambridge University consultant clinical virologist Dr Chris Smith discusses further news on the suspected link between the AstraZeneca vaccine and blood clots; new variants; and Russia's COVID-19 defence may depend on a mystery vaccine from a former bioweapons lab - but does it work?
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On the 1st of February Myanmar's military carried out a coup, seizing control of the country, undoing a democratic election in which Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy (NLD) party won by a landslide. In the weeks since, the Burmese people, including healthcare workers and civil servants have expressed their discontent through peaceful…
As you've heard Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edinbugh has died at nearly 100 years of age. So if you think he'd been around forever, he pretty much had! Victoria Arbiter who happens to be the daughter of long time royal reporter Dickie Arbiter, is herself a royal commentator based in the United States. The Prince, she says, had been ailing for a whi…
Taylor Cormier is in the studio today filling in for Howie Carr!In this hour, Taylor talks about Hunter Biden's recent interview on the Jimmy Kimmel Show. Also in this hour, Grace's News!By Howie Carr
In this hour, Grace and the listeners discuss Late Night hosts and vaccine passports.Also in this hour, Producer's Picks and the Carr Crossover!By Howie Carr
In this hour, Bridget Phetasy, host of the podcast Walk-ins Welcome, joins Grace to discuss her latest piece in the Spectator USA titled "I hate vaccine passports — and you should too."By Howie Carr
In this hour, AWR Hawkins from Breitbart joins Grace to discuss one of his latest articles, "Biden Issues Executive Controls to Fight Gun Crime 'Epidemic' in USA."By Howie Carr
President Biden outlines new gun-control measures, Texas mass shooting leaves at least one dead, others seriously injured, and Florida man drives lawn mower across state on mission to help Habitat for Humanity.By Gordon Deal
Cruises ships have not set sail from a U.S. port with passengers in over a year because of the coronavirus pandemic. Richard D. Fain, chairman and CEO of Royal Caribbean, tells CBS News transportation correspondent Errol Barnett how his company is preparing its ships to be COVID-safe before taking to the seas. Fain shares when he expects the indust…
Prince Philip dies: Queen's 'deep sorrow' as she announces death of Duke of Edinburgh, aged 99 Mourners at Palace: Royals urge public not to leave flowers to commemorate Duke of Edinburgh PM's statement: Boris Johnson's tribute to Prince Philip - in full Global tributes: World leaders react to passing of 'winning personality' Team Windsor: How the …
This program was abbreviated due to the live coverage of Derek Chauvin's trial. Today, John King spoke with CNN analysts Laura Coates and Charles Ramsey during a break in the trial about forensic pathologist Dr. Lindsey Thomas' testimony. She said the actions of the officers who interacted with George Floyd were the cause of his death. To learn mor…
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President Biden wants Congress to give more money to schools, the CDC, and foreign aid. It's part of his first budget request, a document aimed at setting a tone for spending decisions.By KUOW Staff
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President Biden said last week that plans for infrastructure spending include a group of 10 of the most economically significant bridges in need of reconstruction. But which 10 are they? Plus, an update on the vote count for unionization efforts at the Amazon warehouse in Alabama. Also, explaining Britain’s international travel restrictions. And, a…
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