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The Panel features a range of panellists from across the opinion spectrum, together with expert phone guests.

The Panel features a range of panellists from across the opinion spectrum, together with expert phone guests.

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New Zealand

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The Panel features a range of panellists from across the opinion spectrum, together with expert phone guests.

Language:

English


Episodes

As lock down hits half way, kindness waning

4/9/2020
Clinical psychologist from Victoria University, Dr Dougal Sutherland is urging people to keep up the kindness during the second half of the lock down phase.

Duration:00:05:30

Bernie Sanders pulls out of the presidential campaign

4/9/2020
Brendon O'Connor Associate Professor in American Politics, United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney on the reasons why Bernie Sanders has pulled out of the presidential race - leaving the way clear for Joe Biden to get the nod as the Democratic party's nominee.

Duration:00:06:34

Who are the world's strongest leaders during the Covid 1

4/9/2020
How will history judge world leaders on their handling of the Covid 19 pandemic? Anna Fifield The Washington Post's bureau chief in Beijing compares leadership in New Zealand to that in other countries.

Duration:00:07:15

Friday Mail bag for 9 April 2020

4/9/2020
Wallace reads a selection of listener feedback to the show.

Duration:00:03:23

Baldwin Street reclaims steepest street title

4/9/2020
Baldwin Street in Dunedin reclaims its steepest street in the world title. Jim Mora, who lead the original campaign to have it recognised by Guinness talks to the Panel about the development.

Duration:00:05:04

Councils feel the strain of the Covid 19 lockdown

4/9/2020
Councils throughout New Zealand face huge pressures as they try to provide essential services during Covid 19 lockdown. President of Local Government New Zealand Dave Cull explains

Duration:00:06:32

Response to lockdown education package

4/9/2020
PPTA President Jack Boyle talks to The Panel about the 88 million dollar lockdown education package announced by the government.

Duration:00:08:50

The Panel with Julia Hartley Moore and Chris Orr (Part 2)

4/9/2020
How will history judge world leaders on their handling of the Covid 19 pandemic? Anna Fifield The Washington Post's bureau chief in Beijing compares leadership in New Zealand to that in other countries. Brendon O'Connor Associate Professor in American Politics, United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney on the reasons why Bernie Sanders has pulled out of the presidential race - leaving the way clear for Joe Biden to get the nod as the Democratic party's nominee. Clinical...

Duration:00:25:44

The Panel with Julia Hartley Moore and Chris Orr (Part 1)

4/9/2020
PPTA President Jack Boyle talks to The Panel about the 88 million dollar lockdown education package announced by the government. Councils throughout New Zealand face huge pressures as they try to provide essential services during Covid 19 lockdown. President of Local Government New Zealand Dave Cull explains. Baldwin Street in Dunedin reclaims its steepest street in the world title. Jim Mora, who lead the original campaign to have it recognised by Guinness talks to the Panel about the...

Duration:00:23:30

I've been thinking for 9 April 2020

4/8/2020
Panellists Julia Hartley Moore and Chris Orr share what they've been thinking about.

Duration:00:04:05

Story of the Day for 9 April 2020

4/8/2020
Robert Kelly has uncovered a poetry hoax, and he's not happy about it.

Duration:00:05:57

Will cinemas survive the COVID economic downturn

4/8/2020
Already struggling cinemas face an uncertain future after the coronavirus epidemic hits economies hard. Steve Newall, editor of Flicks joins the discussion.

Duration:00:06:37

New York has its deadliest virus day

4/8/2020
New Zealand correspondent in New York, Simon Hampton, talks to the Panel about the deadliest day for New York as the US epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic.

Duration:00:08:01

Most New Zealanders don't read online privacy policies

4/8/2020
A major survey has found out than on average only 2 percent of New Zealanders bother to read online privacy policies. Privacy Commissioner John Edwards joins the discussion.

Duration:00:09:44

The zoom platform

4/8/2020
Zoom, many of us who had never heard of the platform are using it with gusto ..zoom parties, The way to hold meetings remotely. But what are we leaving ourselves open to? How much of a threat could this pose to personal data being prayed but also our biggest companies ? Is it fully encrypted?

Duration:00:08:35

Charities in NZ across the board are struggling

4/8/2020
For the first time ever, Unicef New Zealand is focusing humanitarian efforts on Kiwi children and families impacted by Covid-19.

Duration:00:07:21

Level four lockdown: related police powers

4/8/2020
The new guidance, of fortified police powers recently released by the police, revealed that under alert level 4 police may do "anything reasonably necessary, including the use of force, to compel, enforce, or ensure compliance" of the lockdown measures.

Duration:00:06:51

The Panel with Ali Jones and Mark Sainsbury (Part 2)

4/8/2020
A major survey has found out than on average only 2 percent of New Zealanders bother to read online privacy policies. Privacy Commissioner John Edwards joins the discussion. New Zealand correspondent in New York, Simon Hampton, talks to the Panel about the deadliest day for New York as the US epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic. Already struggling cinemas face an uncertain future after the coronavirus epidemic hits economies hard. Steve Newall, editor of Flicks joins the discussion.

Duration:00:26:38

I've been thinking for 8 April 2020

4/7/2020
Panellists Ali Jones and Mark Sainsbury share what they've been thinking about.

Duration:00:03:16

Story of the Day for 8 April 2020

4/7/2020
What's a meme? Well they've been around for a minute but the humble internet medium is all of sudden being used by a whole new audience, with unpredictable consequences. As people become more online during lockdown, the meme is king. Robert Kelly investigates quite what that looks like.

Duration:00:07:11