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Mediawatch for 25 August 2019

8/24/2019
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'Blowhard' with a vengeance; watchdogs draw different conclusions on Christchurch mosque attack footage; locations for new local reporters unveiled.

Duration:00:33:09

Catherine van der Meulen: The human cost of 'greedy' fashion

8/24/2019
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Catherine van der Meulen is about to appear on a panel at the New Zealand Fashion Week, where she will outline what she sees as some of the problems with the fast fashion world.

Duration:00:18:11

Milk shake - Why the future of dairy looks scary

8/24/2019
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Dairy's huge role earning export dollars for New Zealand is facing a threat some say could bring it to its knees. Lab-grown milk protein is now stepping outside niche cheese and ice cream markets and into the bulk ingredient arena. Teresa Cowie investigates how much of a threat synthetic products pose to our dairy industry.

Duration:00:28:23

Calling Home: Nikki Ross in Bali

8/24/2019
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Kiwi expat and business owner Nikki Ross is Calling Home form Bali and joins the show to discuss her life on the tropical island paradise.

Duration:00:15:45

Dr Andrew Klein: Catching the fraudsters in medical research

8/24/2019
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Dr Andrew Klein explains how the medical research sector can clean up the scientific record and get rid of "fake data".

Duration:00:15:36

Professor Al Gillespie: 'Incentives needed to restrict Brazilian deforestation'

8/24/2019
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University of Waikato professor of international Law Al Gillespie looks at what can be done by the international community about deforestation in the Amazon.

Duration:00:03:40

You and non-you: MPs tangled in grammar

8/23/2019
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Being an MP is not an easy job. Long hours, public rancour, being recognised at the supermarket, difficult grammar… sorry, what?

Duration:00:08:52

Preempting attacks in question time

8/22/2019
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Question time is meant to hold ministers to account but that doesn't mean some of them don't try to get ahead of the Oppositions attacks.

Duration:00:04:04

New Zealand history should be compulsory teaching - Youth MPs

8/21/2019
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Youth MPs say improving knowledge of New Zealand's cultural history can be achieved by making the subject compulsory in schools.

Duration:00:04:21

Parliament this week: money and death

8/20/2019
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The House gives a quick summary of two bills Parliament’s working on that you should know about.

Duration:00:04:01

Musical Chair: Joel Tobeck

8/17/2019
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Kiwi actor Joel Tobeck sits down in the Musical Chair to discuss his role as former All Blacks coach Laurie Mains in the Jonah TV series and share a couple of musical tracks that are very dear to his heart.

Duration:00:29:53

Dr Lauren Rosewarne - Sex & Sexuality In Modern Screen Remakes

8/17/2019
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Dr Lauren Rosewarne from the University of Melbourne has written a new book, Sex & Sexuality In Modern Screen Remakes which raises questions about how women are seen on screen now.

Duration:00:22:26

Andy Zax: Stunning new box set documents entire Woodstock

8/17/2019
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Los Angeles-based producer and archivist, Andy Zax has documented the entire Woodstock festival in a stunning new 38 disc box set, Woodstock -- Back to the Garden - The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive.

Duration:00:15:50

Jon Pareles: Tales of a teenage Woodstock survivor

8/17/2019
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Celebrated New York Times popular music critic Jon Pareles was one of 400,000 people who actually attended Woodstock. He reflects on his experience as a 15-year-old musical devotee.

Duration:00:16:36

Steve Katz: Woodstock was an entirely uncomfortable experience

8/17/2019
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Former Blood, Sweat & Tears guitarist Steve Katz joins Jim to discuss his memories of Woodstock 50 years on and why he feels the festival has been viewed by many through rose-tinted glasses.

Duration:00:21:49

Brand loyalty starts with advertising exposure in childhood

8/17/2019
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Dr. Merrie Brucks is one of the team of consumer experts who have delved into the buying habits of adults and found a link between their choices and the advertising they saw before they turned 13.

Duration:00:11:13

Paul Brennan: The quest to bring New Zealand's 'birds' home

8/17/2019
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Aviation enthusiast Paul Brennan is currently in the heart of the Amazon rain-forest in Manaus, Brazil on a mission to bring back ZK-NZC as part of the 'Bring Our Birds Home' campaign.

Duration:00:06:31

Mediawatch for 18 August 2019

8/17/2019
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Gun lobby push back on buy-back; media crys for help; covering climate change.

Duration:00:35:08

Professor Shane O'Mara: In Praise of Walking

8/17/2019
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Neuroscientist Shane O'Mara is an avid walker who has just released a new book that is something of a hymn to the most basic of exercises, In Praise of Walking. He joins the show to discuss the benefits of walking.

Duration:00:18:17

Disappearing students: How NZ is wasting opportunities with our Chinese graduates

8/17/2019
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More than 100,000 Chinese students have studied in New Zealand in the past 20 years. What impact do those graduates have on the China-New Zealand relationship and is New Zealand making the most of their goodwill? John Gerritsen travelled to China to speak to former students.

Duration:00:28:04