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Dear Science w/ Allan Blackman: May 6, 2020

Dear Science w/ Allan Blackman: May 6, 2020 Dear Science w/ Allan Blackman: May 6, 2020, 35.49 MB
Wed 6 May 2020

On Dear Science this week Allan talks us through the science (or lack of) in regards to face masks, we find out where Koala's get their water from and we say a happy 30th birthday to the Hubble Telescope - teaching us incredible things since ages ago.

The Tuesday Wire with Justin: 5th May 2020

The Tuesday Wire with Justin: 5th May 2020 The Tuesday Wire with Justin: 5th May 2020, 105.21 MB
Tue 5 May 2020

Bronwyne Wilde reports on some of the submissions made to Parliament's Justice Select Committee on the bill looking to restore voting rights for some prisoners.

International Desk reports on the situation in Libya, as the internationally-recognized government rejected a call for ceasefire and a renegade general claimed he has the mandate to rule.

Laura Kvigstad and Jessica Hopkins reports on today Epidemic Response Committee.

Oscar Perress talked to Denise Bijoux of Catalyse, a network of strategic and creative professionals who enable locally-led regeneration on Community Garden.

A special This Day in History saw Conor Knell talking about the 850th anniversary since Anglo-Normans invaded Ireland.

Justin's International Desk: May 5th, 2020

Justin's International Desk: May 5th, 2020 Justin's International Desk: May 5th, 2020, 19.15 MB
Tue 5 May 2020

International Desk reports on Libya, as renegade General Khalifa Haftar declared he has a manadate to rule the country, which the internationally-backed government in Tripoli objects.

This Day In History: 5th May 2020

This Day In History: 5th May 2020 This Day In History: 5th May 2020, 24.86 MB
Tue 5 May 2020

This special edition of This Day in History looks into the Anglo-Norman invasion of Ireland on May 1st, 1169.  It started the English rule of the Irish isles.

Prisoner Voting Rights: Submissions to the Select Committee: 5 May 2020

Prisoner Voting Rights: Submissions to the Select Committee: 5 May 2020 Prisoner Voting Rights: Submissions to the Select Committee: 5 May 2020, 9.57 MB
Tue 5 May 2020

With public submissions having closed on the Electoral (Registration of Sentenced Prisoners) Amendment Bill, the Justice Select Committee is now hearing oral submissions. The bill received over 2,500 submissions, and the committee have already heard over 10 hours of the public voicing their opinions over Zoom. This report features a few of the arguments being put forward by the various submitters, as compiled by Bronwyn Wilde.

You can watch the full livestreams yourself on the Justice Committee Facebook page. Or, for more context, listen to the report Bronwyn previously did on the Bill: 

https://95bfm.com/bcast/prisoner-voting-rights-submissions-to-the-select-committee-20-april-2020

The Committee’s findings are due back on the 2nd of June.

 

 

Physical theatre during physical distancing w/ Sam Scott: May 4th, 2020

Physical theatre during physical distancing w/ Sam Scott: May 4th, 2020 Physical theatre during physical distancing w/ Sam Scott: May 4th, 2020, 12.02 MB
Tue 5 May 2020

Massive Theatre Company, are known for their physical devised theatre performances and free accessible workshops, especially for youth. Sherry Zhang sat in one of the zoom workshops of the Massive Nui Ensemble, which is Massive's training pathway for emerging artists. Sherry spoke to Director of Massive Theatre Compnay, Sam Scott to understand how the theatre community is adapting, and how to keep educating and supporting young people in theatre during rāhui. 

 

Pigs and the Pandemic w/ PETA, SAFE NZ & NZ Pork: May 4th, 2020

Pigs and the Pandemic w/ PETA, SAFE NZ & NZ Pork: May 4th, 2020 Pigs and the Pandemic w/ PETA, SAFE NZ & NZ Pork: May 4th, 2020, 17.01 MB
Mon 4 May 2020

Many industries have been placed under pressure, with the Pork industry being a focus. Over the past few weeks, questions have been raised by animal rights groups about the welfare of pigs as the industry deals with a surplus and an inability to process and sell fast enough. To understand the situation, James talks to New Zealand-based PETA spokesperson, Laura Weyman-Jones, David Baines, chief executive of NZ Pork, SAFE NZ’s Campaigns Manager, Marianne Macdonald as well as their CEO, Debra Ashton.

Youth Mental Health Under Rāhui w/ Shae Ronald: Monday, May 4, 2020

Youth Mental Health Under Rāhui w/ Shae Ronald: Monday, May 4, 2020 Youth Mental Health Under Rāhui w/ Shae Ronald: Monday, May 4, 2020, 12.23 MB
Mon 4 May 2020

The mental health of New Zealanders has been put under strain during Rāhui and the stress of the COVID-19 pandemic. A recent survey conducted by YouthLine has shown that the mental health New Zealand youth has been highly affected in the past months. Zoë Larsen Cumming interviewed Youthline CEO Shae Ronald to discuss the results, and the other implications on New Zealand Youth during the covid 19 crisis.

If you, or someone you know, needs to talk Youthline, they can be contacted via their free help line on 0800 376 633, or you can text 234 or email at talk@youthline.co.nz. 

 

 

The Big Q: Coronavirus: How do we respond to fear and anxiety amidst threat and uncertainty? May 4, 2020

The Big Q: Coronavirus: How do we respond to fear and anxiety amidst threat and uncertainty? May 4, 2020 The Big Q: Coronavirus: How do we respond to fear and anxiety amidst threat and uncertainty? May 4, 2020, 19.68 MB
Mon 4 May 2020

What are the psychological States of COVID-19? How do we respond to fear and anxiety amidst threat and uncertainty? In this podcast, psychiatrists Lillian Ng and Rob Shieff discuss fear, anxiety and our responses to them.

For more head to www.thebigq.org 

The Friday Wire with Laura: 1st of May, 2020

The Friday Wire with Laura: 1st of May, 2020 The Friday Wire with Laura: 1st of May, 2020, 96.47 MB
Fri 1 May 2020