RNZ: Sunday Morning

RNZ: Sunday Morning

Only 10% of Kiwis want to change our country's name

The latest poll from Research New Zealand set out to gauge support for New Zealand changing its name to 'Aotearoa' or...

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Mediawatch for 25 October 2020

Do we need to fear misleading online ads at election time?; hoax plays the media - and targets a journalist;...

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The extraordinary lives of lighthouse women

Shona Riddell enjoys cold, windy weather and stories about remote locations. She's also had a long-held fascination...

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The hidden costs of streaming music

In his book, Decomposed: The Political Ecology of Music, Kyle Devine examines the hidden or overlooked costs of...

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Michael Wood: 'China is the greatest civilisation on earth'

Historian, author and documentary maker Michael Wood has travelled the length and breadth of China, the world's...

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Why dangerous falls are on the rise around the world

Globally, falls are the second leading cause of accidental or unintentional deaths worldwide after traffic accidents....

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The Weekend Panel with Jane Clifton and Richard Harman

Our weekend panellists Jane Clifton and Richard Harman were a regular presence on the show in the lead-in to the...

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NRL Grand Final Preview with Lavina Good

There'll be a huge Kiwi connection in tonight's NRL title decider between the Melbourne Storm and the Penrith...

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Kiwi leads ground-breaking Sudden Unexplained Death research

Dr Martin Stiles has taken the lead in publishing an international and world-best practice blueprint for...

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Calling Home: James Griffiths in Geneva

James Griffiths left New Zealand in 2002 with his wife and two children - then teenagers, in order to give them the...

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Christchurch's creepy cemetery tales unearthed

Historian Richard Greenaway is a man who knows a thing or two about the dead of Christchurch. At this year's...

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Covid-19 update with Professor Gary McLean

New research suggests that people with blood type O could be less likely to get sick with Covid-19. New Zealand...

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National Party news conference: Judith Collins

National's defeated leader, Judith Collins fronts the media to discuss what she calls a big wake-up call for...

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Joseph Nye: Covid-19 might not change the world

No one knows exactly how the world will look in 10 years from now, but Harvard University Professor and author Joseph...

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Punk Economist: 'The most prudent thing to do now is spend'

Ireland's 'punk economist' David McWilliams is Adjunct Professor of Global Economics at the School of Business...

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Steve Winter: Revealing the dark side of America's private zoos

There are more tigers in captivity in the United States than there are in the wild in Asia, thanks to Americans'...

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Breaking the taboo: mixing menopause with martinis

Today is World Menopause Day and Wellington-based writer Sarah Connor is marking the occasion with the release of her...

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Calling Home: Andrew Cory in Alofi, Niue

In 1999 Andrew Cory saw a postage-sized advertisement in the NZ Beekeeping magazine saying the Niue Honey Company was...

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England's north on tenterhooks as enforced Tier 3 restrictions loom

Boris Johnson is attempting to force Greater Manchester into accepting tougher Covid restrictions without providing...

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Women more likely to embrace behaviours aimed at preventing spread of Covid-19

It's well documented that women adhere more to preventive health practices than men, so it's no surprise that a big...

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