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Every weekday, Kathryn Ryan canvases breaking news, backgrounds social and economic issues, and discusses lifestyle trends, with the help of newsmakers, correspondents, and experts in every imaginable field from writers and reviewers to ordinary New Zealanders.

Every weekday, Kathryn Ryan canvases breaking news, backgrounds social and economic issues, and discusses lifestyle trends, with the help of newsmakers, correspondents, and experts in every imaginable field from writers and reviewers to ordinary New Zealanders.
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Wellington, New Zealand

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Every weekday, Kathryn Ryan canvases breaking news, backgrounds social and economic issues, and discusses lifestyle trends, with the help of newsmakers, correspondents, and experts in every imaginable field from writers and reviewers to ordinary New Zealanders.

Twitter:

@ninetonoon

Language:

English


Episodes

Media commentator Gavin Ellis

9/16/2019
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Gavin talks to Kathryn about "Paddy Gower on Weed", suggesting it was high on emotion and a compelling anecdote but light on science.

Duration:00:15:19

Lovely Grub, country caterers Gavin and Judy Marshall

9/16/2019
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Farming couple Gavin and Judy Marshall deliberately keep stock numbers low on their Banks Peninsula farm these days, as their catering business eats into their time.

Duration:00:19:58

Business commentator Rod Oram

9/16/2019
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Fuel companies say the Commerce Commission made many mistakes in its report on them, the UK's international trade minister visits and Gisborne leaps to the top of the charts for regional economic activity.

Duration:00:17:12

Book review - Rise and Fall by Paul Strathern

9/16/2019
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Quentin Johnson reviews Rise and Fall by Paul Strathern, published by Hachette NZ.

Duration:00:04:10

Is antisemitism on the rise once again?

9/16/2019
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Dr Deborah Lipstadt has spent her life studying hate - specifically, the hatred of Jews. The Atlanta-based historian and author wrote about antisemitism in her 1993 book 'Denying the Holocaust' and found herself sued by British author and Holocaust denier David Irving for libel.

Duration:00:34:20

USA correspondent David Smith - coded threat to Iran

9/16/2019
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Washington bureau chief of The Guardian David Smith.

Duration:00:08:19

George Pell - the inside story

9/16/2019
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The convicted sex offender - Australian Catholic Cardinal George Pell, looks likely to continue his legal bid for freedom with an application to the High Court, effectively his final chance at exoneration. Pell, the third most senior Catholic cleric in the world was convicted in March of sexually abusing two choirboys when he was archbishop of Melbourne in the 1990s.

Duration:00:25:07

Saudi oil attacks: what next?

9/16/2019
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The United States has issued satellite images and cited intelligence to back its allegation Iran was behind attacks on major Saudi oil facilities.

Duration:00:15:27

Bill McKay - Kiwibuild reset and what's next?

9/15/2019
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Bill McKay says the Kiwibuild reset is nothing to get excited about, describing it as more of an apology than a vision of what's next. Bill McKay is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Architecture and Planning at the University of Auckland.

Duration:00:10:13

Vegan mince in the heart of dairy country

9/15/2019
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Plant based proteins and fake meat products are popping up in supermarkets in flashy packaging, but there's also a renaissance happening in the experimentation in kitchens in Vegan eateries.

Duration:00:12:48

Political commentators Hooton & Williams

9/15/2019
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A look at the fallout regarding how Labour party officials and senior politicians have responded to allegations against a former staffer, ranging from bullying to serious sexual allegations.

Duration:00:22:33

Book review - Ghost Wall by Sarah Moss

9/15/2019
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Kiran Dass of Time Out Bookstore reviews Ghost Wall by Sarah Moss, which is published by Granta.

Duration:00:04:43

Native American poet laureate Joy Harjo

9/15/2019
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Joy Harjo is a critically acclaimed poet and musician and she is the first Native American to be named US poet laureate. Born in Oklahoma, Joy Harjo is of Muscogee Creek heritage, and often draws on Native American spirituality and culture in her work. She will be a guest of the NZ festival in March next year.

Duration:00:27:35

Europe correspondent, Seamus Kearney

9/15/2019
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The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson will meet outgoing Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in Luxembourg on tomorrow, in a big shift from his 'let them come to me' rhetoric early on in his premiership. Also, there's controversy over the list of new EU commissioners and Italy's new coalition softens its stance on migrant rescue ships.

Duration:00:06:05

Music for the mind

9/15/2019
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At the start of music therapy week, how music is helping people with dementia, anxiety and with stroke recovery. It's a growing style of treatment here and around the world, with international research showing music can unlock areas of the brain other medical procedures have yet to reach.

Duration:00:16:14

Regulations imminent for vaping vaccuum

9/15/2019
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Limits on vaping products are imminent, bringing them more into line with controls on tobacco - this amid criticism that a 'regulation vaccuum' has seen the proliferation of young vapers.

Duration:00:25:35

The week that was with crayfish, pork chops & KFC

9/12/2019
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Comedians Te Radar and Pinky Agnew with a feast of funnies, literally!..

Duration:00:11:25

Sports commentator Brendan Telfer - RWC countdown

9/12/2019
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It's the final countdown to the Rugby World Cup, a look ahead to the Australian netball championship final this weekend and the USA men's basketball team has been knocked out of the World Basketball Championship.

Duration:00:12:52

New music with Grant Smithies

9/12/2019
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Born in Zambia, raised in Botswana and now based in Melbourne, singer/rapper Sampa The Great blew Grant Smithies' mind a few years back and still just keeps on getting better.

Duration:00:26:06

Book review - Fifteen Million Years in Antarctica

9/12/2019
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Elisabeth Easther reviews Fifteen Million Years in Antarctica by Rebecca Priestley, which is published by Victoria University Press.

Duration:00:07:26