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RNZ New Zealand

News, discussion, features and ideas until midday.

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Wellington, New Zealand

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News, discussion, features and ideas until midday.

Language:

English


Episodes
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Relics – the hidden lives of ordinary things

7/20/2024
Ed Simon is an essayist, author, and the Editor-in-Chief for Belt Magazine, and he talks to Jim Mora about his latest work, 'Relic: Object Lessons': a series of short books about the hidden lives of ordinary things.

Duration:00:24:49

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Argue with Science

7/20/2024
Mary Argue is back guiding us through the latest weird and wonderful headlines from the world of science.

Duration:00:09:56

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Rick Neitzel on the noise we can’t escape

7/20/2024
Dr Rick Neitzel is an exposure scientist at the University of Michigan, and he researches the regular noise exposure of 180,000 people.

Duration:00:17:15

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How to know what temperature to set your house at

7/20/2024
New research out of a university in Ireland suggests that we set thermostats in our homes, if we have them, based on how warm or cold we were in the homes we grew up in, as children.

Duration:00:13:17

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Are we using too much laundry detergent?

7/20/2024
How much is too much when it comes to getting those stains out? We're joined by Dr Jack Chen, senior lecturer at AUT's faculty of Chemistry.

Duration:00:08:36

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Jon Ronson brings his “Psychopath Night” to Wellington

7/20/2024
Renowned journalist, filmmaker, and author Jon Ronson revisits the his groundbreaking work, The Psychopath, in a live show at The Opera House, Wellington on Tuesday November 26.

Duration:00:25:37

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Calling Home: Ian Borthwick in Paris

7/20/2024
Calling Home this week is with Ian Borthwick, a sports journalist and photographer in Paris. He talks to Jim about energy picking up in the city of lights ahead of the Olympics.

Duration:00:20:42

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Mediawatch for 21 July 2024

7/20/2024
Mediawatch looks at what our media made of the government's new emissions plan - and how best to cover global climate change without pumping up people's despair.

Duration:00:33:43

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Your morning coffee: the best brew for your gut health

7/20/2024
Numerous studies have shown that a cup of joe is good for the gut - but what's the best way to prepare it, and are some better than others?

Duration:00:21:56

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The Sunday Morning Quiz with Jack Waley-Cohen

7/20/2024
Our quiz master Jack Waley-Cohen is back for another Sunday Morning quiz.

Duration:00:08:59

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Mitch McCann: A week in US politics

7/20/2024
The world is waiting to see if US President Joe Biden will abandon his attempt to win a second term in the White House.

Duration:00:12:33

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The Science of Dog Hair

7/13/2024
Anyone who lives with a dog, also lives with their hair - on their clothes, couch and every possible surface. It's about time we understand the science behind their coats and how to care for them properly.

Duration:00:13:53

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Is willpower a myth?

7/13/2024
The struggle for self-control is real, and one many of us are familiar with - but is 'willpower' actually a myth?

Duration:00:30:00

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Sam Low's chicken broth

7/13/2024
MasterChef NZ 2022 winner, Cookbook author, and Instagram star, Sam Low made headlines this week for hosting a dinner party at his Auckland home for comedian/actress, Ali Wong.

Duration:00:15:44

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North Korea's alleged hacking ring

7/13/2024
An expert on North Korea, veteran foreign correspondent, Jean H. Lee, became the first American reporter granted extensive access on the ground in North Korea.

Duration:00:32:10

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Martin van Beynen looks back

7/13/2024
Long-serving New Zealand journalist, Martin van Beynen, looks back at his career.

Duration:00:22:23

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Mediawatch for 14 July 2024 - Trump shot shock

7/13/2024
Mediawatch looks at how our media reacted to the shocking news of the attempt on Donald Trump's life in Pennsylvania. And shortly before that news broke, Colin Peacock a look at the week's news and media live on Sunday Morning with Hayden Donnell - including how it panned out in the first week of Stuff's ThreeNews, a change for TVNZ's Re:News, a significant change in the government's stance on affordable housing - and horoscopes in the news.

Duration:00:31:01

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How broken is the UK and can it be fixed?

7/13/2024
Following Labour's landslide election victory, political economist, Observer columnist and author, Will Hutton joins us to discuss a way forward for the UK and his new book This Time No Mistakes: How to Remake Britain.

Duration:00:19:25

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Calling Home: Grace Palmer from Vancouver

7/6/2024
Calling Home this week is Grace Palmer. The Kiwi actor is currently living in Vancouver filming on the set of Fox TV's #1 sitcom 'Animal Control'.

Duration:00:19:28

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Hannah McQueen: Money matters

7/6/2024
Self-described "financial force of nature," Hannah McQueen is a chartered accountant and founder of financial literacy company Enable Me.

Duration:00:23:11