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    • Society & Culture

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

    Is Our Border the Key to Economic Recovery

    Is Our Border the Key to Economic Recovery

    Nights' Pundit and Chief Economist at The New Zealand Initiative, Dr Eric Crampton is our first guest to join us in the studio for quite some time. He's been taking a look at some ideas for New Zealand's Borders.

    • 23 min
    Budgeting Services Gearing Up for Covid Fallout

    Budgeting Services Gearing Up for Covid Fallout

    We're joined by Shirley McCombe from Tauranga Budget Advisory Service as services like theirs around the country are bracing for the tsunami of requests for help as a result of Covid-19.

    • 15 min
    Overseas Correspondent - Scotland

    Overseas Correspondent - Scotland

    Andrew Learmonth from Scotland's The National newspaper join us once again with the latest news and views from Scotland.

    • 19 min
    Materials: Fact or Fiction - Feminum

    Materials: Fact or Fiction - Feminum

    MacDiarmid Institute Co-Director and Principal Investigator and Auckland University of Technology Associate Professor Nicola Gaston gives us her scientific take on Feminum, the indestructible bulletproof metal of which Wonder Woman's bracelets are made.

    • 19 min
    Cultural Ambassador - South Auckland

    Cultural Ambassador - South Auckland

    Photographer Raymond Sagapolutele is back with the latest community and cultural news from South Auckland

    • 25 min
    Samoan language and its power with patients

    Samoan language and its power with patients

    Dr Tuipoloa Opetaia Aati, a junior doctor at Middlemore Hospital in Auckland joins us to talk about why he uses his mother tongue - Samoan - in his professional life.

    • 8 min

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