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Unfurling fresh ideas and sounds along with the best radio documentaries and features from here and overseas.

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August 2, 2021 16 min
Sports columnist for the LA Times, Helene Elliott is in Tokyo.
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Dr Serena Kelly is a senior lecturer in the politics of the European Union and Deputy Director of the National Centre for Research on Europe at the University of Canterbury . She joins us to talk about the future of New Zealand's relationships with the UK and the EU post-brexit.
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July 29, 2021 15 min
As vaccinations ramp up and life begins to open up, we chat to our Overseas Correspondent in Scotland, Andrew Learmonth.
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We chat to one of NIWA's weather team, Nava Fedaeff, who has been leading a project to upgrade weather forecasts for the Department of Conservation national park and back country areas and who worked very closely with Emirates Team NZ for the America's Cup this year. NIWA supplied them with forecasting information on the Hauraki Gulf.
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July 29, 2021 13 min
Science Regular Leo Schep is taking a look at Ketamin - Ketamine is a dissociative anaesthetic that is widely used in medical & veterinary practices.
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We get the reaction to the latest result.
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July 28, 2021 9 min
We chat to Motoko Kakubayashi in Tokyo and find out what it's like to be a local in the city while the games go on around you.
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July 27, 2021 15 min
Dr. Julia de Bres, Senior Lecturer in Linguistics at Massey University takes a look at how we use language around disability and those with disabilities.
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July 26, 2021 7 min
Tickets go on sale tonight for the Dunedin Craft Beer & Food Festival. We talk to Jason Schroder, Festival Director.
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July 26, 2021 33 min
Our cultural ambassador for Latin American music, Mona Lynn Courteau joins us once again. Tonight she'll be introducing us to Salsa Dura ("hard salsa"). The classic salsa scene in New York City that grew from its links with Latin America, specifically Cuba and Puerto Rico.
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July 26, 2021 19 min
Rikki Swannell join following a very busy day in Tokyo.
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July 22, 2021 13 min
You may remember Rick Coleman who we spoke to in Italy during lockdown - he's planning to return to New Zealand and he'll be joiniing us for a chat about his experience with the MIQ booking system over the last couple of weeks.
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Jan Eldrige, Associate Professor of Physics at the University of Auckland on the facts being the sci fi of the Star Trek mind swap episode - Turnabout Intruder.
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July 21, 2021 29 min
Associate Professor Gina Salapata from Massey University takes a look back in time to The Olympics: When athletes were men, nude and Greek.
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July 21, 2021 18 min
For the first time New Zealand is joining international Moth Week, a week that celebrates all things moth. We're joined by one of the organisers of Moth Week Aotearoa Morgane Merien.
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Eric Crampton, Chief Economist at the New Zealand Initiative joins us once again. He's been taking a look at Heritage Regulations Should we shift from using regulation to protect heritage, to using spending to fund heritage?
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Our cultural ambassador from the world of contemporary dance, Malia Johnston is back once again. She takes a look at choreography for "site-specific" performances, where the performance is designed around a specific building or environment that doesn't usually have people dancing there...like staircases, hallways or even the back of a bus.
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July 15, 2021 14 min
Our Overseas Correspondent from Sudan, Reem Abbas joins us from Khartoum.
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July 15, 2021 18 min
Erick Brenstrum joins us once again. Tonight he's taking a look at the record breaking heat in North America - but also looking back to the great London fog of 1952 - when visibility fell to just a metre.
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For a hundred years, the rugby teams of New Zealand and South Africa have been battering away against each other, the outcomes see-sawing with the seasons. It's a rivalry that pre-eminent historian and rugby writer Ron Palenski puts under the spotlight in Brutal: The 100 year fight for world rugby supremacy.
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