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Monday to Friday, 9am - Midday
09:05 The head of Interpol's Crimes Against Children unit on the internet child abuse bust
Mick Moran is the Head of Interpol's Crimes Against Children unit. A global network that used social networking sites like Facebook to distribute child pornography has been smashed after a tip-off from New Zealand authorities.
09:20 What does the end of TVNZ7 mean for the future of documentary making in New Zealand?
Dan Shanan and Alex Lee founded the Documentary NZ Trust in 2004 because they felt the industry needed to be nurtured and promoted – they're also the organisers of the Documentary Edge Festival (formerly DOCNZ festival). They say audiences are hungry for local stories.
09:45 Australia correspondent Karen Middleton
10:05 Urban agriculture advocate Michael Ableman
Michael Ableman is a farmer, author, photographer and advocate of urban agriculture.
10:25 Book Review with Paul Diamond
The Meeting Place: Maori and Pakeha Encounters 1642 - 1840 by Vincent O'Malley
Published by Auckland University Press /HarperCollins
10:45 Reading: Playing The King by Matthew O'Sullivan (3 of 5)
Hartley Manners is making up his mind to accept the big role but the muse are conspiring against him..
11:05 Marty Duda's Artist of the Week - The Bee Gees
1. Spicks And Specks 2:52 - Bee Gees taken from 1966 album, "Spicks Ands Specks" (Spin)
2. I Started A Joke 3:08 - Bee Gees taken from 1968 album, "Idea" (Polydor)
3. Lonely Days 3:45 - Bee Gees taken from 1970 album, "Two Years On" (Polydor)
4. Come On Over 3:26 - Bee Gees taken from 1975 album, "Main Course" (RSO)
11:30 Law commentator Catriona MacLennan
11:45 Science commentator David Haywood
Feedback on a study about meat being bad for you.
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Mick Moran is the Head of Interpol's Crimes Against Children unit. A global network that used social networking sites like Facebook to distribute child pornography has been smashed after a tip-off from New Zealand authorities. (16′29″)
Dan Shanan and Alex Lee founded the Documentary NZ Trust in 2004 because they felt the industry needed to be nurtured and promoted - they're also the organisers of the Documentary Edge Festival (formerly DOCNZ festival). They say audiences are hungry for local stories. (20′01″)
Schapelle Corby's prison sentence has been reduced; Allegations towards former Labour MP Craig Thomson; Announcements concerning Afghanistan. (8′31″)
Michael Ableman is a farmer, author, photographer and advocate of urban agriculture. (32′42″)
Written by Vincent O'Malley, published by Auckland University Press/Harper Collins, reviewed by Paul Diamond. (6′07″)
The music of the Bee Gees. (11′25″)
Legal changes to legal aid. (16′40″)
Feedback on a study about meat being bad for you. (12′20″)
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Princeton Unversity economist and former vice chair of the Federal Reserve Alan Blinder talks to Kathryn Ryan about his new book After the Music Stopped, about the financial crisis. Dr Blinder believes that many Americans still don't understand what went wrong and both the Bush and Obama administrations have failed to communicate clearly with the public about what happened and what the government was doing about it.
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