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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.

Location:

New Zealand

Description:

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

Language:

English


Episodes

Sports Commentating Daily Life

3/27/2020
Nick Heath, is a sports broadcaster who is passing his time commentating on everyday life.

Duration:00:02:31

Huge Turn Around In Learning Communication Technology

3/26/2020
Learning new technology to communicate during lock down has meant people have had to learn VERY fast. Chief executive and futurist at Gorilla Technology, Paul Spain talks through the options and quick learning.

Duration:00:07:01

How Gardening Can Soothe The Soul In Troubled Times

3/26/2020
Editor of NZ Gardener Jo McCarroll discusses the therapeutic nature of gardening.

Duration:00:06:45

Clarifying Real Estate Transactions During Lock Down

3/26/2020
Real Estate Institute New Zealand chief executive Bindi Norwell, clarifies what's happening for real estate transactions during lock down as well as the upcoming changes for both landlords and tenants.

Duration:00:07:11

Small Produce Businesses Are Invited To Join A New Website

3/26/2020
A new website which went live today offers support to small artisan produce businesses. Maker2U.com founder Hamish Hutton talks about helping smaller operators in tough times.

Duration:00:04:28

Meals On Wheels Continue During Lock Down

3/26/2020
A new website which went live today offers support to small artisan produce businesses. Maker2U.com founder Hamish Hutton talks about helping smaller operators in tough times.

Duration:00:05:00

Rural Communities In Covid 19 Pandemic

3/26/2020
Associate Professor Garry Nixon from the Department of General Practice and Rural Health at the University of Otago discusses how rural communities will cope during the Covid 19 Lockdown

Duration:00:06:57

Covid 19 Lockdown On A Boat

3/26/2020
Clare, Robin, and12 yr old daughter Iris were on an adventure of a life sailing around the Pacific - now they're in lockdown on a boat

Duration:00:05:59

The Panel With Wallace Chapman (Part 2)

3/26/2020
On this day in 1967 - John Lennon and Paul McCartney were awarded the prestigious Ivor Novello award for 'Michelle', the most performed song in the UK in 1966. Real Estate Institute New Zealand chief executive Bindi Norwell, clarifies what's happening for real estate transactions during lock down as well as the upcoming changes for both landlords and tenants. Editor of NZ Gardener Jo McCarroll discusses the therapeutic nature of gardening. Learning new technology to communicate during lock...

Duration:00:24:17

The Panel With Wallace Chapman (Part 1)

3/26/2020
Clare, Robin, and12 yr old daughter Iris were on an adventure of a life sailing around the Pacific - now they're in lockdown on a boat. Associate Professor Garry Nixon from the Department of General Practice and Rural Health at the University of Otago discusses how rural communities will cope during the Covid 19 Lockdown. Red Cross General Manager, Humanitarian Development, Shaun Greaves, talks about operating Meals on Wheels services during lock down and other services for the community. A...

Duration:00:24:21

People doing good things under lockdown, and what NOT to do

3/26/2020
RNZ's Caitlin Cherry shares some of the positive things locked down families are doing to connect with their communities and reminds people that things like playgrounds are off-limits.

Duration:00:06:44

Covid Modelling Shows Kiwi Lives Will Be Saved

3/26/2020
Professor David Murdoch talks about how new modelling from the University of Auckland's Te PÅ«naha Matatini shows New Zealand's speed at going into lockdown could save many lives

Duration:00:06:26

RNZ's Alison Ballance answers questions about COVID-19

3/25/2020
Zoologist, writer and broadcaster, Alison Ballance, talks about the science of COVID-19 and answers questions about the global pandemic.

Duration:00:09:11

How Pasifika communities are faring during the lockdown

3/25/2020
Dr Colin Tukuitonga is the Ass Dean Pacific at the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Auck University. He explains what the particular challenges facing the Pasifika community are during this pandemic.

Duration:00:05:07

What else can NZ do to boost the economy?

3/25/2020
David Wilson is the founder of research consultancy Cities and Regions New Zealand. He is the immediate past chair of Economic Development NZ and a member of the independent Advisory Panel for the provincial Growth fund. He suggests some other things the country can do to boost the economy through this pandemic.

Duration:00:08:46

Your questions on the wage subsidy scheme

3/25/2020
Employment lawyer Susan Hornsby Geluk, managing partner at Dundas Street Employment lawyers answers listener questions abotu the wage subsidy scheme.

Duration:00:13:07

NZ under a state of emergency

3/25/2020
Louise Delaney, Senior Lecturer at Otago University's Department of Public Health explains what new powers the government has to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic in New Zealand

Duration:00:04:48

The safety of police in the lockdown

3/25/2020
The Police Association President, Chris Cahill, talks about keeping officers safe and healthy while they are keeping the streets safe during the lock down.

Duration:00:07:41

The Panel with Wallace Chapman (Part 2)

3/25/2020
David Wilson is the founder of research consultancy Cities and Regions New Zealand. He is the immediate past chair of Economic Development NZ and a member of the independent Advisory Panel for the provincial Growth fund. He suggests some other things the country can do to boost the economy through this pandemic. Dr Colin Tukuitonga is the Ass Dean Pacific at the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Auck University. He explains what the particular challenges facing the Pasifika community...

Duration:00:27:09

The Panel with Wallace Chapman (Part 1)

3/25/2020
The Police Association President, Chris Cahill, talks about keeping officers safe and healthy while they are keeping the streets safe during the lock down. Louise Delaney, Senior Lecturer at Otago University's Department of Public Health explains what new powers the government has to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic in New Zealand. Employment lawyer Susan Hornsby Geluk, managing partner at Dundas Street Employment lawyers answers listener questions abotu the wage subsidy scheme

Duration:00:23:33