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Everyday People with David Merritt: Tuesday 18 September

Everyday People with David Merritt: Tuesday 18 September Everyday People with David Merritt: Tuesday 18 September, 4.59 MB
Tue 18 Sep 2018

Last night after Everbody Eats on K Rd, Leonard came across local legend David Merritt selling his poetry zines outside St Kevin's arcade. He asked him some questions.

International News with Conor: September 18th, 2018

International News with Conor: September 18th, 2018 International News with Conor: September 18th, 2018, 30.04 MB
Tue 18 Sep 2018

This week, Conor looks into the Indian community in Uganda and their fight to be recognised as an official tribe of Uganda. We explore the history of these people, their current place in the country and we listen to their case for being culturally accepted as Ugandan.

Green Desk: September 18 2018

Green Desk: September 18 2018 Green Desk: September 18 2018, 21.89 MB
Tue 18 Sep 2018

As doubt around the use of 1080 has flared up in the public sphere and headlines of New Zealand’s media. We thought it was time for the Greendesk address the issue. Jack Marshall has this story.

International News with Justin: September 18th, 2018

International News with Justin: September 18th, 2018 International News with Justin: September 18th, 2018, 14.83 MB
Tue 18 Sep 2018

Justin discusses the devastation caused by Typhoon Mangkhut in Hong Kong and the way it has ground the city to a halt. He looks into why this typhoon was so severe and how Hong Kongers survived the strong winds and heavy downpours.

The Wire with Jemima: September 17, 2018

The Wire with Jemima: September 17, 2018 The Wire with Jemima: September 17, 2018, 109.18 MB
Mon 17 Sep 2018

This week on the Monday Wire co-leader of the Green Party, James Shaw, returns to talk to Jemima about his party's priorities, the Global Climate Action Summit and creating energy in a low emission economy. The Southern Cross looks at the Rainbow Warrior in Auckland, mixed feelings among young people about the Fijian election and the Bougainvillean's fight for independence. Bailley spoke to Annaliese Johnston from Amnesty Internation about whether people under 18 should be placed in adult detention centres. Finally, for our Worry Week on sexual harassment, Damian spoke to the National President of the Tertiary Education Union, Sandra Grey, about sexual harassment in the workplace and at university. He also spoke to Dylan Norton from Safe To Talk about transparent conversations around sexual harassment.

Amnesty International on Youth Detention w/ Annaliese Johnston: Sept 17th 2018

Amnesty International on Youth Detention w/ Annaliese Johnston: Sept 17th 2018 Amnesty International on Youth Detention w/ Annaliese Johnston: Sept 17th 2018, 9.09 MB
Mon 17 Sep 2018

Amnesty International is pushing for change of legislation following data that shows 165 under 18's have been kept in adult dention facilities for an average of 2.6 days. This is illustrative of a 166% increase of youth being kept in detention cells over the last four years. 95bFM reporter Bailley Verry spoke to Amnesty International Advocacy and Policy Manager Annaliese Johnston about the humans rights of these minors placed into detention cells.

Lost in Translation I/V with Margaret Mutu

Lost in Translation I/V with Margaret Mutu Lost in Translation I/V with Margaret Mutu, 10.27 MB
Fri 14 Sep 2018

In light of Te Wiki o te reo Māori, Jenn speaks with Professor Margaret Mutu on true meanings and understandings within languages. Language is not just syntax and grammar, but exists as a form of communication through shared and inferred understandings between those using it. 

Translation as a concept means to converge one thing into another and, while literal words may be, intended meaning may not - Use Gerry Brownlee's recent complaint during questiontime as an example. 

What does it mean for te reo if it is being redifined through misinterpretation and mistranslation? 

Celebrating Women's Suffrage w/ Helen Clark: September 14, 2018

Celebrating Women's Suffrage w/ Helen Clark: September 14, 2018 Celebrating Women's Suffrage w/ Helen Clark: September 14, 2018, 6.68 MB
Fri 14 Sep 2018

This week, New Zealand celebrated the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage, the date when women got the right to vote in our country. But, however much things have improved over those 125 years, they still aren’t perfect yet.

Ahead of the anniversary, Stewart Sowman-Lund spoke with former Prime Minister and UNDP administrator, Helen Clark, about her new book and what it means to be a woman in power - and started by asking her why we still need to commemorate suffrage in 2018.

 

Not on our TERF; a visual response to transphobia: Septermber 13, 2018

Not on our TERF; a visual response to transphobia: Septermber 13, 2018 Not on our TERF; a visual response to transphobia: Septermber 13, 2018, 22.38 MB
Thu 13 Sep 2018

$5000 has been crowdfunded for trans positive posters and stickers after an increase in anti-trans messages in the media and online. The posters, put up by over 70 volunteers feature messages such as trans is beautiful and trans women are women. Lachlan spoke with one of the organisers of the campaign, Ahi Wi-Hongi from gender minority New Zealand about it.

The Wire with Lachlan: September 13, 2018

The Wire with Lachlan: September 13, 2018 The Wire with Lachlan: September 13, 2018, 127.27 MB
Thu 13 Sep 2018

First up on the Wire, Ben brings us This Day in History on the Attica prison uprising in 1971. Oscar then speaks with Amanda Hargraves, Family Planning’s National Health Promotion Adviser about the ERO relationship and sexuality education report. Lachlan speaks with Danny Tahau Jobe about why New Zealand should be officially recognised as Aotearoa New Zealand. Lachlan also speaks with Ahi Wi-Hongi from gender minority New Zealand about their trans positivity poster campaign. Finally, Andrew Little joins Lachlan for their regular chat, discussing National MP Matt King’s ‘coward punch’ bill and amendments to the Family and Whanau Violence bill.