Sunday Morning for Sunday 28 November 2010
Sunday for 28 November 2010
8:07 Insight: Growing Up in New Zealand
Insight looks at the first results to come from a new longitudinal study which explores what it's like to grow up in 21st Century New Zealand. The programme takes an in-depth look at six of the families involved in the study.
Written and presented by Teresa Cowie. Produced by Sue Ingram
8:40 Dr Cornel de Ronde: Prime Minister's Science Prize Winner
Dr Cornel de Ronde, winner of the Media Communication Prize, talks to Chris Laidlaw about the prize, and his work as a marine geologist studying submarine volcanoes.
Mediawatch looks at how the media pulled out all the stops to cover the crisis at the Pike River coalmine - and keep a nervous nation up to date. Dozens of reporters from here and overseas descended on Greymouth for the task - but some local journalists are now saying that some of them have given journalism a bad name in the process.
Produced and presented by Colin Peacock and Jeremy Rose.
9:40 Maj Britt Theorin: Sweden and disarmament
The Swedish social democratic politician Maj Britt Theorin talks to Chris Laidlaw about Swedish attitudes to disarmament and the origins of those attitudes.
10:06 Raymond Richards on Sir Geoffrey Palmer
Raymond Ricards talks to Chris Laidlaw about his new biography of former Prime Minister Sir Geoffrey Palmer, entitled 'Palmer: The Parliamentary Years', published by Canterbury University Press.
10:40 Notes from the South with Dougal Stevenson
10:45 Hidden Treasures
Produced by Trevor Reekie
11:05 Ideas: Colin Tukuitonga
Colin Tukuitonga talks to Chris Laidlaw about his lengthy career in public health.
Presented by Chris Laidlaw. Produced by Jeremy Rose
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