29 Jan 2016

Best of the Week - 29 January 2016

From Best Of The Week, 12:00 pm on 29 January 2016

Highlights from RNZ National's programmes for the week ending Friday 29 January. This week.... what made the headlines in the news over the holiday period, investigative journalists who worked on TV3's 3D programme give a candid interview on why it was canned and why journalism matters, life-sized bronze statues of Wal and Dog from Footrot Flats mark the 77th birthday of their creator cartoonist Murray Ball, Burt Reynolds on movies, money and mistakes, new pressures on access to the great outdoors could lead to civil disobedience, new ways of luring animals into traps, the surprising truth about food and flavour, the survival of miniature lifeforms in Antarctica, Shakespeare's plays at the pop-up Globe theatre in Auckland, and the work of flamboyant British artist Grayson Perry.

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