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8:12 Insight: Drugs in Schools

The latest figures on school suspensions show, for the first time, a decline in the number of students being thrown out for drug use. Gael Woods asks at what price are these students being kept in class, and is alcohol a greater threat than drugs?
Produced by Gael Woods.

8:40 Feature interview: Pioneer Women

Megan HutchingAuthor Megan Hutching focuses on the stories of 11 pioneer women and girls to describe life for Pakeha women in New Zealand in the 19th century, in her book 'Over the Wide and Trackless Sea'. She talks to Chris Laidlaw about these women and what she describes as their "incredible fortitude".
Produced by Christine Cessford

9:05 Mediawatch

Mediawatch this week looks at efforts to keep allegations at bay in the interests of justice; and another announcement from Australia about job cuts for journalists here. In our wrap-up of the Olympic media circus, we hear from a reporter who went to Beijing on a budget - and produced the most unorthodox and entertaining coverage on our screens.
Produced and presented by Colin Peacock and Jeremy Rose.

Gwynne9:30 Feature interview: Climate Wars

Gwynne Dyer is a freelance journalist, columnist, author, broadcaster, and lecturer on international affairs. His new book, 'Climate Wars' offers, according to the publicity, "a glimpse of the none-too-distant future, when climate change will force the world's powers into a desperate struggle for advantage and even survival". He talks to Chris Laidlaw.
Produced by Christine Cessford

10:06 The Sunday Group: Your health, your business?

You're not just a name in the health sector - like it or not, you're also a number. If you've seen a health professional, then you've probably got a National Health Index number - and NHI numbers are the building blocks of a system that's linking health professionals around the country and making your private information widely accessible. Then there's genetic testing - does your genetic information belong to you, or also to all those people who share your genes? The Sunday Group this week looks at some of the major privacy issues for consumers in the health sector.
Chris Laidlaw chairs a panel that includes: Long-serving health consumer advocate Barbara Robson; Professor Donald Evans, director of the Bioethics Centre, University of Otago; and the Privacy Commissioner, Marie Shroff.
Produced by Christine Cessford

10:40 Hidden Treasures

Each week Trevor Reekie takes you on a trip that seeks out musical gems from niche markets around the globe, the latest re-releases and interesting sounds from the shallow end of the bit stream. This week Trevor previews an advance track from Dave Dobbyn's new album recently recorded in the UK and called Anotherland, as well as a gem from the past by Lord Kitchener.
Produced by Trevor Reekie.

10:55 Feedback.

What the listeners have to say.

11:05 Ideas: Take Me to Your Leader (Part 2 of 2)

What sort of person makes a good military leader? Justin Gregory travels to the Whangaparoa Military Camp to meet the instructors and candidates on the Royal New Zealand Navy's Junior Officer Cadet Training Scheme.
Presented by Chris Laidlaw
Produced by Justin Gregory