RNZ: Sunday Morning

RNZ: Sunday Morning

Mediawatch for 20 September 2020

Political football; school sport screening stoush still simmering; watchdog runs the numbers on Covid death claim;...

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The Weekend Panel with Jane Clifton and Richard Harman

Our weekend panellists Jane Clifton and Richard Harman offer their thoughts on the past week's news from Aotearoa and...

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How to make your memories more powerful

The memories we often remember most are the ones that are highly charged. However, it's also possible, and important,...

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Are DIY coronavirus tests on the cards for New Zealand?

The US announced that a $750 million deal to acquire 150 million rapid Covid-19 tests is a "game changer." The...

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Calling Home: Mark Coles on the Sunshine Coast

These days cricket coach Mark Coles calls the Sunshine Coast home, but this time last year he was on the other side...

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Emmys now a 'battle of the streamers'

Pete Hammond is the Deadline Awards Columnist and Chief Film Critic, where he covers the Oscar and Emmy Seasons. He...

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Truck crashes leave Auckland Harbour Bridge hobbled

Auckland Harbour Bridge suffered serious damage on Friday when wind gusts of over 120km/h caused two trucks to crash....

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How forcing a smile can help improve your mood

Moving your facial muscles in a way that mimics a smile can trick your brain into a more positive state, according to...

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New book examines how childhood shapes later life

In his new book, The Origins of You: How Childhood Shapes Later Life, University of Otago professor Richie Poulton...

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Mick Fanning: From shark attack victim to shark advocate

Mick Fanning will forever be known as the man who fought off a great white shark while competing on live TV at...

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Mediawatch for September 3 2020

A closer look at a 'good news' survey; doing less with more in post-Covid journalism; foreign reporters leaving China.

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The strange effects the moon could be having on our health

The idea that the lunar cycle can influence our behaviour and wellbeing dates back thousands of years, but has been...

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The Weekend Panel with Jane Clifton & Richard Harman

Among the topics today, our panelists will be discussing the Mount Roskill sub-cluster, Matariki as a possible public...

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Covid-19: The real reason some men refuse to wear masks

How often throughout the pandemic have you seen a man with a surgical masked pulled down so that it hugs his chin?...

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The downsides of dating apps

Kiwis have increasingly been turning to dating apps and websites to find love. But the chances of finding a match...

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Calling Home: Rachel Scott-Leflaive in Beirut, Lebanon

Rachel Scott-Leflaive's permanent home is in the idyllic ski area of Chamonix, France, but following the devastating...

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Hungry kids at the top of Kiwis' list of concerns, survey shows

Last week a UNICEF Report was released which showed New Zealand ranked poorly for its performance in terms of...

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Bill Birtles: 'I'd still love to be in Beijing if I could'

Journalist Bill Birtles was bundled out of China this week after officers from China's Ministry of State Security...

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The septuagenarian women who love to pump iron

Australian Dean Mawby set out to create a power-lifting club for young people of all descriptions, but instead he got...

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