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Über die aktuellen Entwicklungen der Corona-Pandemie sprechen RNZ-Chefredakteur Klaus Welzel und Politik-Redakteur Benjamin Auber mit Fachleuten wie dem Virologen Hans-Georg Kräusslich.
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Andrew Hoggard might be new to Parliament, but he's certainly not new to New Zealand's screens and airwaves. The Manawatū dairy farmer was president of Federated Farmers from 2020 to 2023, and one of the more prominent critics of the previous government's agricultural policies. In this week's Focus on Politics, RNZ Political Reporter Giles Dexter s…
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British musician Mark Knopfler has just released both a new solo album One Deep River and a re-recording of his debut solo single 'Going Home'. The 74-year-old former Dire Straits frontman talks to Charlotte Ryan about the thrill of collaboration and the "buzz" of a Knopfler song becoming the theme for his hometown football team.…
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Mapuna visits Maori artist Fred Graham at his home in Waiuku at the lower reaches of the Manukau Harbour. He was part of a generation of young Maori artists who emerged after World War Two who forged a new path in contemporary art. That group included Ralph Hotere, Paratene Matchitt, Arnold Wilson, Robyn Kahukiwa, Buck Nin and many others and Fred …
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Writer and reviewer Leah McFall reckons one of the best endorsements for a book is when your friend borrows it and it never comes back. Leah shares three great non-fiction titles currently missing from her bookshelves: Amy Liptrot's The Outrun, Ruth Reichl's Garlic and Sapphires and Craig Brown's One, Two. Three, Four.…
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Deborah Frances-White opens each episode of her podcast with a confessional catch phrase "I'm a Feminist but.." It's an acknowledgement that you don't have to be perfect in the pursuit of social change. Recorded live on stage, with guest comedians and experts The Guilty Feminist is a joyous mashup of comedy and activism. The podcast has racked up 1…
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Holidays, work trips, cargo, freight and parcels; we rely on aviation personally and for business. But aviation's carbon footprint is huge, so what are some of the sustainable technology changes taking it into the future? A handful of manufacturers are looking at reviving the production of seaplanes for a new age in aviation, including Amphibian Ae…
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New Zealand born Aerospace engineer Karen Willcox is on the frontline of the rapidly developing field of digital twins. Digital twins are two-way data driven virtual representations that predict real world outcomes, with applications spanning aviation, aerospace, medicine and climate change. Willcox is director of the Oden Institute for Computation…
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Alice Taylor may not have won Masterchef in 2022, but she won the hearts of fans, and the judges' attention. Competing in the show inspired the 24 year old to pivot from a planned career in politics to fully embrace her love of baking. She's now working as a pastry chef at Auckland's Paris Butter and has just released a cookbook - Alice in Cakeland…
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Bonnie Garmus had been a successful advertising creative for decades when she started writing the worldwide bestseller Lessons in Chemistry. That day, Garmus says a surge of anger about sexism overrode the rejection she'd felt when her previous book "didn't go anywhere". "For other writers, you should always realise that when you are filled with pa…
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Auckland's Dilworth boarding school was set up to to provide education to boys from disadvantaged backgrounds for free. Last year an independent inquiry into sexual and physical abuse at the school uncovered a "catalogue of damage and injustice" spanning more than half a century. Broadcaster turned screenwriter Mark Staufer was one of the boys phys…
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It's easy to junk something when it's broken, and just buy something new. In the decade since it was founded, RAD Bikes has recycled over fifty thousand bike parts and served nearly twenty thousand people, in what they say is unlocking the joy and freedom of cycling. Nights talks to the coordinator of RAD Bikes, Jess Smale.…
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Nights' resident film critic Dan Slevin joins Emile Donovan with new picks for the weekend. This week Dan is looking at Civil War (Garland, 2024) in cinemas now, documentary STEVE! (Neville, 2024) which looks at the life and career of the legendary Steve Martin streaming on AppleTV+ and finally Dan revisits the modern Kiwi classic Out of the Blue (…
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Andrew Hoggard might be new to Parliament, but he's certainly not new to New Zealand's screens and airwaves. The Manawatū dairy farmer was president of Federated Farmers from 2020 to 2023, and one of the more prominent critics of the previous government's agricultural policies. In this week's Focus on Politics, RNZ Political Reporter Giles Dexter s…
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