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The news, explained. Join Sharon Brettkelly & Emile Donovan every weekday as they make sense of the big stories with the country’s best journalists and experts. Made possible by RNZ & NZ On Air. Produced by Newsroom. Listen on RNZ National at 6.30pm Monday-Thursday.
 
From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
 
New Zealand Parliament - live streaming audio from Parliament (during sitting times) and listen-again audio from Question Time. Go to the footer of this page to find the link and frequencies to listen live. When Parliament is not sitting, this frequency carries the Southern Star programme from the Radio Rhema Broadcast Group. To discover when Parliament is and is not sitting, visit the Parliamentary website (www.parliament.nz/en/watch-parliament/).
 
FINALIST, ASSN FOR INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING AWARDS 2020. The day John Daniell turned 10, his mum told him she had been a spy. Now, he and Guyon Espiner are investigating a family story that could reveal New Zealand's biggest Cold War secret.
 
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Joining us on the Weekend Panel this morning are Ali Jones, a Senior Consultant at RedPR and BRG Director Chris Wikaira. Among other topics, they'll be discussing the roadmap out of lockdown, what to do with vaccination rates, Auckland schools returning, housing issues, ageism and the British Royal Family getting political.…
 
If eco-warrior Jacques-Yves Cousteau was still alive today, he'd be alarmed by the state of the planet's oceans and the wild creatures in them, says Becoming Cousteau co-writer Pax Wasserman. And he'd be even more concerned about the lack of action by world leaders. Drawing on a treasure trove of previously undocumented archival material, Becoming …
 
If eco-warrior Jacques-Yves Cousteau was still alive today, he'd be alarmed by the state of the planet's oceans and the wild creatures in them, says Becoming Cousteau co-writer Pax Wasserman. And he'd be even more concerned about the lack of action by world leaders. Drawing on a treasure trove of previously undocumented archival material, Becoming …
 
To say Nelsonian Rosie Manins' introduction to life in Atlanta has been something of a baptism of fire would be an understatement. A former ODT journalist who is married to a Grammy Award-nominated Georgia native (Jamaica Smith), Rosie now works as a courts reporter, and has seen Confederate monuments taken from public view, experienced the race ri…
 
To say Nelsonian Rosie Manins' introduction to life in Atlanta has been something of a baptism of fire would be an understatement. A former ODT journalist who is married to a Grammy Award-nominated Georgia native (Jamaica Smith), Rosie now works as a courts reporter, and has seen Confederate monuments taken from public view, experienced the race ri…
 
Fifty years ago this week, The Rumour started their four-week run at the top of the NZ charts with their most memorable song, L'amour Est L'enfant de la Liberté (Love is the Child of Freedom). Its composer Shade (John) Smith joins the show to look back on the song that rocketed The Rumour to stardom 50 years ago, and reflect on his life today.…
 
Fifty years ago this week, The Rumour started their four-week run at the top of the NZ charts with their most memorable song, L'amour Est L'enfant de la Liberté (Love is the Child of Freedom). Its composer Shade (John) Smith joins the show to look back on the song that rocketed The Rumour to stardom 50 years ago, and reflect on his life today.…
 
Named one of the world's top thinkers by both Prospect and Foreign Policy magazines, American social psychologist Professor Jonathan Haidt will feature as the keynote speaker at next month's APEC CEO Summit in Auckland. Haidt, who will be delivering his speech remotely because of Covid-19, will be asking if business can become a force for good in t…
 
Named one of the world's top thinkers by both Prospect and Foreign Policy magazines, American social psychologist Professor Jonathan Haidt will feature as the keynote speaker at next month's APEC CEO Summit in Auckland. Haidt, who will be delivering his speech remotely because of Covid-19, will be asking if business can become a force for good in t…
 
We've all wanted to scream down the phone at scammers before. Some people even keep whistles next to the phone so they can go one better. But few out there would have tried to scam the scammers themselves. Well, there are people who do just that. Three to four times a week, for up to two hours at a time, LA-based voice actor Rosie Okumura telephone…
 
We've all wanted to scream down the phone at scammers before. Some people even keep whistles next to the phone so they can go one better. But few out there would have tried to scam the scammers themselves. Well, there are people who do just that. Three to four times a week, for up to two hours at a time, LA-based voice actor Rosie Okumura telephone…
 
Colorado-based Kiwi Chris Adams was in attendance at today's All Blacks v USA rugby test at FedEx Field in Washington, DC. He's also been travelling recently -- visiting four small, smart European countries with similarities to New Zealand (Finland, Iceland, Denmark and Swtizerland) and talking with tourism officials about how they have been able t…
 
Colorado-based Kiwi Chris Adams was in attendance at today's All Blacks v USA rugby test at FedEx Field in Washington, DC. He's also been travelling recently -- visiting four small, smart European countries with similarities to New Zealand (Finland, Iceland, Denmark and Swtizerland) and talking with tourism officials about how they have been able t…
 
We've all seen the incredibly positive social impacts of people taking to their balconies, windows, and rooftops to sing to one another during the pandemic. But there are health benefits to singing as well. Not only does singing songs that we know trigger the reward system in the brain that releases dopamine, the act of singing -- either by yoursel…
 
We've all seen the incredibly positive social impacts of people taking to their balconies, windows, and rooftops to sing to one another during the pandemic. But there are health benefits to singing as well. Not only does singing songs that we know trigger the reward system in the brain that releases dopamine, the act of singing -- either by yoursel…
 
Joining us on the Weekend Panel this morning are Ali Jones, a Senior Consultant at RedPR and BRG Director Chris Wikaira. Among other topics, they'll be discussing the roadmap out of lockdown, what to do with vaccination rates, Auckland schools returning, housing issues, ageism and the British Royal Family getting political.…
 
Joining us on the Weekend Panel this morning are Ali Jones, a Senior Consultant at RedPR and BRG Director Chris Wikaira. Among other topics, they'll be discussing the roadmap out of lockdown, what to do with vaccination rates, Auckland schools returning, housing issues, ageism and the British Royal Family getting political.…
 
It's been 50 years since Don McLean wrote and recorded his seminal folk-rock anthem, American Pie. McLean says he wanted to write a big song that would tie everything together on his second album -- also American Pie -- and connect with the parts of America that mattered to him, starting with Buddy Holly. But he never anticipated the album's title …
 
It's been 50 years since Don McLean wrote and recorded his seminal folk-rock anthem, American Pie. McLean says he wanted to write a big song that would tie everything together on his second album -- also American Pie -- and connect with the parts of America that mattered to him, starting with Buddy Holly. But he never anticipated the album's title …
 
New Zealander Dr Gary McLean is a Professor in molecular immunology at London Metropolitan University and a researcher with Imperial College. He's an international authority on coronaviruses. Professor McLean is back with us to look at comparing Covid vaccines, vaccine makers bracing for a variant worse than Delta, the lesson learned in the UK anno…
 
New Zealander Dr Gary McLean is a Professor in molecular immunology at London Metropolitan University and a researcher with Imperial College. He's an international authority on coronaviruses. Professor McLean is back with us to look at comparing Covid vaccines, vaccine makers bracing for a variant worse than Delta, the lesson learned in the UK anno…
 
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