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29 May 2015

===12:04 AM. | All Night Programme===
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Including: 12:05 Music after Midnight; 12:30 Health Check (BBC); 1:05 The Friday Feature; 2:05 NZ Society (RNZ); 2:30 The Sampler; 3:05 Adam, by Helen M Hogan (RNZ); 3:30 The Why Factor (BBC); 5:10 Witness (BBC); 5:45 The Day in Parliament (RNZ)

===6:00 AM. | Morning Report===
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Radio New Zealand's three-hour breakfast news show with news and interviews, bulletins on the hour and half-hour

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06:00
Top Stories for Friday 29 May 2015
BODY:
Sepp Blatter vows to clean up world football but says he won't be stepping aside. Everyone might be made to join up to Kiwisaver and a massive shakeup at Fairfax Media is seen by some as signalling the end of newspapers.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 32'45"

06:06
Sports News for 29 May 2015
BODY:
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 2'27"

06:19
Pacific News for 29 May 2015
BODY:
The latest from the Pacific region.
Topics: Pacific
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 2'53"

06:22
Morning Rural News for 29 May 2015
BODY:
News from the rural and farming sector.
Topics: rural, farming
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 3'51"

06:26
Te Manu Korihi News for 29 May 2015
BODY:
A Bay of Plenty Iwi has been given leave to go to the Supreme Court in its bid to stop the sale of farmland by Landcorp; The head of the Federation of Maori Authorities says the organisation's moving down a new path, after being nearly crippled financially by court action over the last year; The Minister for Women says a series of hui on preventing violence against Maori wahine has thrown up a number of helpful ways to combat the problem.
Topics: te ao Maori
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 3'17"

06:39
Wellington confident Fifa payments not misused
BODY:
Fifa's Under 20 World Cup gets underway in Auckland tomorrow when New Zealand play Ukraine at North Harbour stadium.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: FIFA
Duration: 4'28"

06:43
English says mass enrolment in KiwiSaver back on agenda.
BODY:
The Finance Minister, Bill English, says the automatic enrolment of all workers in KiwiSaver is now back on the agenda.
Topics: business, politics
Regions:
Tags: KiwiSaver
Duration: 1'48"

06:48
Fonterra joins chorus for interest rate cuts
BODY:
Fonterra is joining the chorus for interest rate cuts after forecasting another tough season for its farmers.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Fonterra
Duration: 2'42"

06:49
Co-op Bank lifts profit by 24% to $8.9m
BODY:
The Co-operative Bank has lifted its annual profit by a quarter, due to strong interest income and lower bad debts.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Co-operative Bank
Duration: 1'42"

06:51
AWF name change reflects new direction for temp employer
BODY:
AWF Goup is changing its name and shifting its focus on placing people in permanent jobs
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: AWF Goup
Duration: 1'35"

06:53
Pacific Edge share price fall after $10m loss
BODY:
Shares in the cancer diagnostics firm, Pacific Edge, have fallen 8 percent after the company reported a bigger annual loss and sought an additional 35 million dollars from investors.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Pacific Edge
Duration: 1'29"

06:54
Moa hopes to make a profit
BODY:
Moa's chief executive says the craft brewer has hopes to turn a profit, but won't say when.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: moa
Duration: 56"

06:55
Gentrack won't issue new forecasts
BODY:
Gentrack's share price has fallen 8 percent, after warning shareholders it might miss its full year prospectus forecast, with possible delays in signing two new major contracts.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Gentrack
Duration: 1'53"

06:57
Arvida exceeds prospectus forecast: integration still a focus
BODY:
Arvida says its full year profit is ahead of its prospectus forecast following the successful integration of its 17 new retirement villages driving revenue growth.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Arvida
Duration: 1'27"

06:58
Morning markets for 29 May 2015
BODY:
Wall Street is in the red, after a rise in US jobless claims.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: markets
Duration: 50"

07:07
Sports News for 29 May 2015
BODY:
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 2'04"

07:11
Increasing calls for Sepp Blatter to stand aside
BODY:
Calls are growing for FIFA president Sepp Blatter to stand aside after his organisation was rocked yesterday by a major scandal.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: FIFA
Duration: 6'37"

07:17
A 'bolt out of the blue' for Under-20 tournament organiser
BODY:
At a press conference yesterday in Auckland, Fifa officials in town for the start of the Under 20 World Cup faced nothing but questions about the corruption scandal enveloping the organisation's upper echelons.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: FIFA
Duration: 5'49"

07:24
Govt now considering automatic Kiwisaver enrolment
BODY:
Just days after scrapping the one thousand dollar KiwiSaver kickstart payment, the Government is considering automatically enrolling all workers in the retirement savings scheme.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: KiwiSaver
Duration: 2'46"

07:27
New Zealand media landscape changing for profit
BODY:
More than 180 jobs at Fairfax New Zealand could be axed in a shake-up of the country's biggest news publisher.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: Fairfax
Duration: 3'35"

07:34
Parents: Government will have blood on its hands
BODY:
The parents of a logging worker killed on the job say the Government will have blood on its hands if it waters down changes to workplace health and safety law.
Topics: politics, law
Regions:
Tags: health and safety
Duration: 6'33"

07:41
Police report rise in 111 calls
BODY:
Police say they are considering setting up a national phone line solely for non-emergency calls.
Topics: crime
Regions:
Tags: 111 calls
Duration: 2'56"

07:45
First pieces of crown land for housing to be unveiled
BODY:
The Government will this morning unveil the first blocks of crown land to be offered to developers for housing in Auckland.
Topics: housing
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: Crown land
Duration: 3'50"

07:49
Growth path warning: Auckland to gobble up Hamilton - economist
BODY:
Meanwhile there are growing calls for a new push for regional immigration and development.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: immigration
Duration: 3'18"

07:52
Legal expert sums up end-of-life case
BODY:
A legal expert says the outcome of the Lecretia Seales right to die case could have wider implications than just setting a legal precedent.
Topics: law
Regions:
Tags: right to die
Duration: 4'06"

07:56
Greens leadership vote tomorrow
BODY:
The Green Party will have a new male co-leader by the end of the weekend - and the race is tight between the two leading candidates.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: Green Party, leader
Duration: 2'49"

08:07
Sports News for 29 May 2015
BODY:
An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 2'09"

08:10
Increasing calls for Sepp Blatter to stand aside
BODY:
Sepp Blatter insists he's determined to root out any wrongdoing in football.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: FIFA
Duration: 4'40"

08:20
Analysts: Fairfax shake-up yet another blow for journalism
BODY:
Media analysts say the proposed shake-up at Fairfax New Zealand could signal the death of newspapers in this country, as companies continue to shift their focus to online news.
Topics: media
Regions:
Tags: Fairfax New Zealand
Duration: 5'22"

08:26
KiwiSaver auto enrolment likely to hit low paid
BODY:
All New Zealand workers could soon be automatically enrolled into Kiwisaver.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: KiwiSaver
Duration: 4'51"

08:30
Markets Update for 29 May 2015
BODY:
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: markets
Duration: 57"

08:35
FIFA under 20 world cup kicks off in NZ
BODY:
Back now to our lead story and allegations of widespread corruption in football's world governing body won't stop the FIFA Under-20 men's World Cup kicking off as planned in Auckland tomorrow afternoon.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: FIFA Under-20 World Cup
Duration: 3'54"

08:40
Hamilton Mayor defends money spent on Under 20 tournatment
BODY:
Hamilton is one of the cities that paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to host some of the Under 20 World Cup matches.
Topics: sport
Regions: Waikato
Tags: FIFA Under-20 World Cup
Duration: 3'54"

08:43
A review could result in increased car registration costs
BODY:
The Internal Affairs Minister, Peter Dunne, says the government can't afford to pay for the fire service, and it will continue to be paid for out of insurance money.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: Fire Service
Duration: 3'55"

08:48
Te Manu Korihi News for 29 May 2015
BODY:
A Bay of Plenty Iwi has been given leave to go to the Supreme Court in its bid to stop the sale of farmland by Landcorp; The head of the Federation of Maori Authorities says the organisation is moving down a new path after being nearly crippled financially by court action over the last year; The Minister for Women says a series of hui on preventing violence against Maori wahine has thrown up a number of helpful ways to combat the problem.
Topics: te ao Maori
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 3'21"

08:51
Bar owners say new rules would force lay-offs
BODY:
Christchurch bar owners expect they will have to lay off staff if they're forced to close early as part of stricter licensing rules.
Topics: law, politics
Regions: Canterbury
Tags: bar owners
Duration: 3'13"

08:55
Downturn in venison prices countered by deer velvet boom
BODY:
The New Zealand Deer Industry says a downturn in vension prices is being countered by strong growth in the use of deer velvet in healthy food products destined for Asia.
Topics: farming
Regions:
Tags: New Zealand Deer Industry
Duration: 3'30"

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===9:06 AM. | Nine To Noon===
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Current affairs and topics of interest, including: 10:45 The Reading: Before I Forget, by Jacqueline Fahey (F, RNZ)

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09:07
Warnings over dairy foreclosures
BODY:
Fonterra has lowered its forecast milk payout for the current season prompting warnings of farm foreclosures. Agricultural consultant Alison Dewes estimates that about 50% of dairy farmers will be in trouble, and she warns that some will go bust, and will be bought up by foreign buyers unless the law is changed.
Topics: rural, economy, farming
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 15'02"

09:22
What are the prospects for Australian ISIS children?
BODY:
There are reports the wife and children of IS fighter Khalid Sharrouf, including the son who was photographed holding a severed head, are among a group of Australians seeking to return to home. Terrorism and radicalisation expert with the Australian National University Dr Clarke Jones.
Topics: refugees and migrants, politics
Regions:
Tags: Islamic State, jihad
Duration: 12'10"

09:35
Former FIFA exec on looming election
BODY:
Jerome Champagne is a former French diplomat and former Fifa executive who was among the men looking to oust Sepp Blatter from the FIFA presidency.
Topics: sport, politics
Regions:
Tags: FIFA
Duration: 17'13"

09:53
Asia correspondent Jamil Anderlini
BODY:
News from the Asian region with our correspondent Financial Times Beijing Bureau chief, Jamil Anderlini.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: China, Asia
Duration: 7'17"

10:05
Surfing in Iran
BODY:
Irish Big wave surfer, Easkey Britton has been teaching Iranian women to surf.
EXTENDED BODY:
Irish surf champion Easkey Britton has conquered some of the world's biggest waves.
At 16, she was the first Irish person to surf what is known as the heaviest and deadliest wave the in the world, Teahupo'o off South West Tahiti.
She also likes to be the first to surf some of the most remote parts of the world, which is what took her to the southeastern coast of Iran in 2010. The region of Baluchistan is home to the only surfable sections of Iran's long coastline. It is also one of the poorest and most dangerous regions in Iran.
She ensured she was properly attired, including wearing a head covering, and paddled into waves of the Gulf of Oman to become the first woman known to have surfed in Iran.
Her journey was documented in a short film made by friend and documentary maker Marion Poizeau.
Locals were fascinated, as was the rest of the world. The video went viral.
She was approached by two Iranian sportswomen; Mona Seraji an Iranian snowboard ambassador, and swimmer Shahla Yasini. They saw surfing as a way to empower women and to break down social, cultural and gender barriers.
Ms Britton returned to Iran, this time to share her love of surfing with the women and children of the region. She and Ms Poizeau set up the non-profit organisation Waves of Freedom, which uses the sport as a medium for social change, by teaching the most vulnerable and marginalised members of society how to surf.
Easkey Britton spoke to Kathryn Ryan on Nine to Noon about her time in Iran:
Official trailer for the film Into The Sea, by Marion Poizeau:

Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: surfing
Duration: 28'55"

10:38
Book review: 'On the Move' by Oliver Sacks
BODY:
Published by Picador, reviewed by Tilly Lloyd.
Topics: books
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 7'18"

11:07
New Music with Jeremy Taylor
BODY:
Jeremy Taylor clocks the return of Faith No More, the zen, spiritual meditations of Bill Fay, and Calexico getting back to their roots.
Topics: music
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 24'29"

11:32
Sports commentator Brendan Telfer
BODY:
The corruption scandal in FIFA. Test cricket in England.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: FIFA, cricket
Duration: 14'30"

11:48
The week that was
BODY:
With comedians Te Radar and Pinky Agnew.
Topics: life and society
Regions:
Tags: comedy
Duration: 11'05"

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09:05 Warnings over dairy foreclosures
Fonterra has lowered its forecast milk payout for the current season prompting warnings of farm foreclosures. Agricultural consultant Alison Dewes estimates that about 50 percent of dairy farmers will be in trouble, and she warns that some will go bust, and will be bought up by foreign buyers unless the law is changed.
09:20 What are the prospects for Australian ISIS children?
There are reports the wife and children of IS fighter Khalid Sharrouf, including the son who was photographed holding a severed head, are among a group of Australians seeking to return to home.
Terrorism and radicalisation expert with the Australian National University Dr Clarke Jones.
09:30 Former FIFA exec on looming election
Jérôme Champagne is a former French diplomat and former Fifa executive who was among the men looking to oust Sepp Blatter from the FIFA presidency.
09:45 Asia correspondent Jamil Anderlini
News from the Asian region with our correspondent Financial Times Beijing Bureau chief, Jamil Anderlini.
10:05 Waves of Freedom - Surfing in Iran
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Big wave surfer Easkey Britton became the first Irish person to surf what is known as the heaviest and deadliest wave in the world, Teahupo'o off South West Tahiti. She was just 16. She's founded the organisation Waves of Freedom which promotes surfing as a tool for change. It has taken her to remote parts of the globe where she has taught marginalised women to surf, including in Iran's south eastern province of Baluchistan.
[video] https://vimeo.com/43386028
Short film by Marion Poizeau of Easkey Britton becoming the first woman to surf in Iran in 2010.
10:35 Book review: 'On the Move' by Oliver Sacks
Published by Picador, RRP $40.00. Reviewed by Tilly Lloyd.
10:45 The Reading: 'Before I Forget', by Jacqueline Fahey
The second volume of memoirs by well-known painter, feminist and writer Jacqueline Fahey. (5 of 5, RNZ)
11:05 New Music with Jeremy Taylor
Jeremy Taylor clocks the return of Faith No More, the zen, spiritual meditations of Bill Fay, and Calexico getting back to their roots.
11:30 Sports commentator Brendan Telfer
11:45 The week that was with comedians Te Radar and Pinky Agnew

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Jeremy Taylor's music selection:
Artist: Faith No More
Song: Sunny Side Up, Track 3
Comp: Gould, Pattin
Album: Sol Invictus
Label: Reclamation!
Song: Black Friday, Track 6
Comp: Bordin, Gould, Pattin
Album: Sol Invictus
Label: Reclamation!
Artist: Bill Fay
Song: The Freedom To Read, Track 8
Comp: Bill Fay
Album: Who Is The Sender?
Label: Dead Oceans
Song: I Hear You Calling, Track 13
Comp: Bill Fay
Album: Who Is The Sender?
Label: Dead Oceans
Artist: Calexico
Song: Cumbia de Donde, Track 5
Comp: Joey Burns/ Sergio Mendoza
Album: Edge Of The Sun
Label: Anti

===Noon | Midday Report===
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Radio New Zealand news, followed by updates and reports until 1.00pm, including: 12:16 Business News 12:26 Sport 12:34 Rural News 12:43 Worldwatch

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12:00
Midday News for 29 May 2015
BODY:
New Zealand Football is tight lipped on their choice for FIFA President and struggling dairy farms likely to be sold to foreigners.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 15'10"

12:17
Fisher and Paykel Healthcare's record high profit
BODY:
Fisher and Paykel Healthcare has reported a record high annual profit, as it benefited from more demand for its respiratory and sleep apnea products and lower manufacturing costs.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: Fisher and Paykel, Fisher and Paykel Healthcare
Duration: 1'39"

12:19
Number of new building consents has fallen
BODY:
Official figures show consents slipped a seasonally adjusted 1.7% in April, due to a fall in the number of permits for new homes.
Topics: business, economy, housing
Regions:
Tags: new homes, houses
Duration: 1'05"

12:20
Hellaby sell its packaging arm for $30m
BODY:
The investment company, Hellaby Holdings, has sold its packaging division for about $30 million to the plastics packaging and coatings company, Coveris.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: Hellaby Holdings, Coveris
Duration: 58"

12:21
Veritas Investments revises down full year forecast
BODY:
Veritas Investments has revised down its forecast for the year ending in June, as its recently acquired Nosh Food Market and Better Bar Company have underperformed.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: Veritas Investments
Duration: 1'30"

12:22
IkeGPS delivers mixed full year result
BODY:
IkeGPS says its full year loss is better than its prospectus forecast, but the revenue growth missed the mark.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: IkeGPS
Duration: 1'15"

12:24
Midday Markets for 29 May 2015
BODY:
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Don Lewthwaite at First NZ Capital.
Topics: business, economy
Regions:
Tags: markets
Duration: 2'31"

12:26
Midday Sports News for 29 May 2015
BODY:
New Zealand cricket captain Brendon McCullum has defended his sides aggressive approach, in the first test against England and the New Zealand men's under-20 football team will have to overcome history if they're to make the knockout stage of the World Cup in New Zealand over the next 22 days.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 2'31"

12:34
Midday Rural News for 29 May 2015
BODY:
News from the rural and farming sectors.
Topics: rural, farming
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 8'33"

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===1:06 PM. | Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm===
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Information and debate, people and places around NZ

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13:11
Your Song - Dust My Broom
BODY:
David Cowe from Greytown has chosen Dust My Broom by Elmore James.
Topics: music
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 11'41"

13:20
NZ Live - Luke Thompson
BODY:
Tauranga-based singer songwriter Luke Thompson plays songs from his new EP "Strum, Strum".
EXTENDED BODY:
Tauranga-based singer songwriter Luke Thompson plays songs from his new EP "Strum, Strum".
Topics: music
Regions:
Tags: Luke Thompson, New Zealand music, Strum
Duration: 40'12"

14:10
Redzone tool shed rescue mission
BODY:
A Christchurch painter and artist is saving tool sheds from the residential redzone in Christchurch, restoring and painting them in abstract designs. The state houses to which they belonged have all been demolished but these sheds are set for a new life.
Topics: arts
Regions: Canterbury
Tags: tool sheds, restoration, sheds, redzone, Canterbury earthquakes
Duration: 9'22"

14:20
Tony Forster, an “accidental” Berliner
BODY:
Eyewitness producer Lisa Thompson hears the serendipitous story of Tony Forster; a New Zealander who was one of the first to cross through Checkpoint Charlie the night the Berlin Wall started coming down.
EXTENDED BODY:

Jubilation at Checkpoint Charlie - GDR documents in one hand a West German beer in the other
“My god, am I ever glad I extended that train pass…to have been through the Checkpoint at that time…I would not have missed it for anything.”

– Tony Forster.
It’s November 1989 and New Zealander Tony Forster was in love and on his way to Bavaria in Southern Germany to meet up with his girlfriend. But on the way, the 30-something assistant film director was persuaded by a fellow Kiwi to make a three-day detour to Berlin. By making that side-trip, Tony was about to inadvertently write himself into one of the most famous events of the 20th century.
“Martin was desperate to have a Kiwi visitor…I went there for three days but he complained constantly the whole time why wasn’t I there for a month but on the third day I decided to go over and explore East Berlin.”
By the time Tony arrived, Berlin had been a divided city for 28 years. On 13 August 1961, the German Democratic Republic leadership closed the border to West Berlin and established 8 crossing points to be used by West Berliners, citizens of the Federal Republic of Germany, and foreign nationals. East Berliners and GDR citizens were not permitted to cross the border.

Graffiti on the West Berlin side of the Wall
But being a foreigner, Tony Forster was allowed to and on the advice of his friend Martin he decided to enter East Berlin on foot at Checkpoint Charlie, the city's best known crossing point.
It was the 9th of November, and despite the momentous events that would take place later that evening, Tony says there was no inkling that morning of what was to come. After spending the day sightseeing, Tony enjoyed a meal at a restaurant before preparing to cross back to West Berlin about 9 pm that evening.
He was completely unaware that earlier the same evening East Germans watching a televised government press conference were surprised to learn that they were now free travel to the West. And within hours, thousands, including a puzzled Tony, had descended on the crossings. “It wasn’t until I was getting close to the Checkpoint when suddenly people started jogging past me to the Checkpoint, and certainly in my observation nobody would run in East Berlin, that was the first sign that something strange was going on…”

Some of the hundreds of people who came to Checkpoint Charlie to witness its historic opening on the evening of th November
While the majority of the East German crowd were told to go home, amidst the confusion Tony and two others who had pre-arranged documentation were allowed back through the Checkpoint. And as they approached the gap in the wall the trio were confronted by thousands of West Berliners clapping and cheering them through. Unable to understand any German, Tony approached a cameraman to ask him what was happening. “He was the one that told me that they’d heard on BBC World earlier in the evening that the East German Government was going to open the border so they’d rushed down to see if anything would happen. And so I asked him did anybody come through before the three of us and he said no, you were the first.”
The first of what turned out to be two million Berliners who streamed from one side of the city to the other that weekend. After staying for hours to watch others come through the Checkpoint behind him and the subsequent celebrations, Tony finally had to tear himself away as he had a train to catch and a girlfriend waiting. However, as he sat alone in his compartment he spoke into a cassette player, desperate to capture every detail in an audio letter home to his family in New Zealand.
“At one point the emotion of it all – the crowds, their euphoria, the confusion in the border guards’ faces – overwhelmed me…I sat there alone, tears streaming down my face.” Tony says that extraordinary event has reshaped his life and he has recently completed a documentary film trying to answer what it was like to be an ‘Accidental Berliner’, the night Berlin Wall started coming down.
All photos and video courtesy of Tony Forster.
Topics: history
Regions:
Tags: Berlin Wall, Berlin, Checkpoint Charlie
Duration: 13'13"

14:45
Feature Album - How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful
BODY:
The new album from Florence and the Machine, "How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful".
Topics: music
Regions:
Tags: Florence and the Machine, Florence Welsh
Duration: 13'22"

15:10
Fresh Fast Food with Geoff Scott
BODY:
Geoff shares his recipe for Slow-cooked Ossobuco.
Topics: food
Regions:
Tags: Ossobuco, cooking
Duration: 10'42"

15:20
Wine with Yvonne Lorkin
BODY:
Our wine correspondent Yvonne Lorkin has news from the world of wine and wine picks for the long weekend.
Topics: food
Regions:
Tags: wine
Duration: 9'36"

15:30
Film review with Sarah McMullan
BODY:
Sarah McMullan reviews San Andreas, Tomorrowland, Noble and Gemma Bovery.
Topics: arts
Regions:
Tags: film
Duration: 10'12"

15:45
The Panel pre-show for 29 May 2015
BODY:
Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.
Topics:
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Tags:
Duration: 13'12"

=SHOW NOTES=

1:10 Your Song
Dust My Broom by Elmore James. Chosen by David Cowe.
1:20 NZ Live - Luke Thompson
Tauranga-based singer songwriter Luke Thompson plays songs from his new EP "Strum, Strum"

2:10 Redzone tool shed rescue mission - Billy Wilson
A Christchurch painter and artist is saving tool sheds from the residential redzone in Christchurch, restoring and painting them in abstract designs. The state houses to which they belonged have all been demolished but these sheds are set for a new life.
2:20 The Accidental Berliner - Lisa Thomson
We hear the story of Tony Forster; a New Zealander who was one of the first to cross through Checkpoint Charlie the night the Berlin Wall started coming down.
New Zealand Society
2:30 NZ Reading - Beyond The Reef
Simone hopes a day with Pascal on the water fishing will calm her fears but out beyond the reef it is anything but calm.
2:45 Feature album
How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful. Florence And The Machine.
3:10 Food, Wine and Movies
1 - Fresh Fast Food - Geoff Scott.
Geoff shares his recipe for Slow-cooked Ossobuco
2 - Weekend Wine - Yvonne Lorkin.
Yvonne's wine recommendations
CHEAP AND CHEERFUL
Sacred Hill Orange Label HB Chardonnay 2014 $11.90 (on special)
It smells like a custard square, creamy, lemony and has hints of coconut. To drink, it's tangy, tropical and has a splash of grapefruity goodness on the finish. It's got lovely length of flavour and is a real crowd-pleaser.
MID PRICE MAGIC
Vidal Reserve Chardonnay 2014 $19
I love the scent of roasted nectarine, cinnamon, caramel and grapefruit, but I love the way it tastes more! Juicy, succulent stonefruit merge with light, almond meal and spicy citrus flavours are injected with crisp acidity to create a deliciously light and beautifully balanced chardonnay. Yum-o-rama.
TREAT YOURSELF
Mills Reef Elspeth Trust Vineyard Gimblett Gravels Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 $49
Wow! Where to start with the aromatics? It's just got EVERYTHING a cabernet sauvignon fan could ever want. Fragrant fruit wood smoke, dense, concentrated berries, dark chocolate, hints of menthol, pepper, violets, graphite and dried bouquet garni herbs. It's rich, robust and warming to drink, comforting yet challenging at the same time, velvety yet with just right amount of chew - it's gorgeous.
3 - Movie Review - Sarah McMullan.
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show
What the world is talking about. With Jim Mora, Julie Moffett, Garry Moore and Max Ritchie.

MUSIC DETAILS
Friday MAY 29

YOUR SONG:

ARTIST: Elmore James
TITLE: Dust My Broom
COMP: James, Johnson
ALBUM: Elmore James: The Sky Is Crying
LABEL: CHARLY

FEATURE ALBUM:

ARTIST: Florence And The Machine
TITLE: What Kind Of Man
COMP: Florence & The Machine
ALBUM: How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful
LABEL: ISLAND

ARTIST: Florence And The Machine
TITLE: Ship To Wreck
COMP: Florence & The Machine
ALBUM: How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful
LABEL: ISLAND

ARTIST: Florence And The Machine
TITLE: How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful
COMP: Florence & The Machine
ALBUM: How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful
LABEL: ISLAND

ARTIST: Florence And The Machine
TITLE: St Jude
COMP: Florence & The Machine
ALBUM: How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful
LABEL: ISLAND

THE PANEL:

ARTIST: R.E.M
TITLE: It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)
COMP: Berry, Buck, Mills, Stipe
ALBUM: Document
LABEL: IRS

===4:06 PM. | The Panel===
=DESCRIPTION=

An hour of discussion featuring a range of panellists from right along the opinion spectrum (RNZ)

=AUDIO=

15:45
The Panel pre-show for 29 May 2015
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Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.
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Duration: 13'12"

16:05
The Panel with Garry Moore and Max Ritchie (Part 1)
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Bruce Robertson of Hospitality NZ is on with the Panel to talk about what effect the new drink drive limit is having on bars and restaurants. Air NZ has an invitation only club called Elite Priority One Club. But the PM hasn't been invited to join. Another official complaint about Wicked Campers. Dr Deborah Russell joins the Panel to discuss if we can expect the company to change its provocative and offensive advertising.
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Duration: 23'56"

16:06
The Panel with Garry Moore and Max Ritchie (Part 2)
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Forget annihilation via meteorite, earthquake or nuclear war, Bill gates fears a visus will spell the end for humankind. Long weekend traffic and a special mention to watch out for stock. We talk to Andrew McGiven from Federated Farmers about the traditional moving of stock on Queens Birthday weekend. Gender-neutral uniforms, unisex toilets and non-gender based sports teams.All ideas for schools from the Ministry of Education. The story of two different lottery tickets.
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Duration: 25'21"

16:10
Panel Intro
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What the Panelists Garry Moore and Max Ritchie have been up to.
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Duration: 3'56"

16:14
Fewer caught drink driving
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Bruce Robertson of Hospitality NZ is on with the Panel to talk about what effect the new drink drive limit is having on bars and restaurants.
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Tags: drink driving
Duration: 9'41"

16:20
Not in the club
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Air NZ has an invitation only club called Elite Priority One Club. But the PM hasn't been invited to join.
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Tags: Air NZ, Elite Priority One Club
Duration: 4'19"

16:24
Another Wicked Campers complaint
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Another official complaint about Wicked Campers. Dr Deborah Russell joins the Panel to discuss if we can expect the company to change its provocative and offensive advertising.
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Tags: Wicked Campers, advertising, offensive advertising
Duration: 5'52"

16:34
Bill Gates fears epidemic
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Forget annihilation via meteorite, earthquake or nuclear war, Bill gates fears a visus will spell the end for humankind.
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Tags: Bill Gates
Duration: 4'46"

16:39
Panel says
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What the Panelists Garry Moore and Max Ritchie have been thinking about.
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Duration: 8'31"

16:40
Stock ahead
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Long weekend traffic and a special mention to watch out for stock. We talk to Andrew McGiven from Federated Farmers about the traditional moving of stock on Queens Birthday weekend.
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Duration: 4'55"

16:53
Ministry of Education gender guidelines
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Gender-neutral uniforms, unisex toilets and non-gender based sports teams.All ideas for schools from the Ministry of Education.
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Duration: 5'47"

16:58
Lottery ups and downs
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The story of two different lottery tickets.
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Duration: 55"

=SHOW NOTES=

===5:00 PM. | Checkpoint===
=DESCRIPTION=

Radio New Zealand's two-hour news and current affairs programme 6:35 Focus on Politics Analysis of significant political issues presented by Radio New Zealand's parliamentary reporting team (RNZ)

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17:00
Checkpoint Top Stories for Friday 29 May 2015
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Government unveils first potential Auckland housing land, Ex-girlfriend says police did nothing about protection breaches, Shipley strongly denying any wrongdoing in Mainzeal case, Five year old boy who died from head injuries named, Auditor General investigates Adam Feeley, Hunt for anyone who may have caught measles at SkyTower, Sydney siege inquest continues and NZ Football turns back on Sepp Blatter.
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Duration: 26'30"

17:08
Who will NZ support in the FIFA presidential election
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Football New Zealand has just decided who it will vote for in the FIFA presidential election.
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Tags: Football New Zealand, FIFA, FIFA presidential election
Duration: 3'27"

17:12
Ex-girlfriend says police did nothing about protection breaches
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The ex-girlfriend of a Northland man who's been sent to jail for breaching a protection order three times, says the police did nothing when she first reported him.
Topics:
Regions: Northland
Tags: protection order
Duration: 2'43"

17:14
Government unveils first potential Auckland housing land
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The Government believes six hundred homes could be built in Auckland on the first blocks of surplus Crown land unveiled today.
Topics: housing
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: Auckland housing
Duration: 3'37"

17:18
Shipley strongly denying any wrongdoing in Mainzeal case
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The former prime minister Dame Jenny Shipley is strongly denying any wrongdoing in connection with the collapse of the construction company Mainzeal in 2013.
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Tags: Jenny Shipley, Mainzeal
Duration: 1'55"

17:20
Five year old boy who died from head injuries named
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A five year old Christchurch boy has died after being taken to hospital on Wednesday afternoon with head injuries.
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Regions: Canterbury
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Duration: 2'34"

17:23
Auditor General investigates Adam Feeley
BODY:
The Queenstown Lakes District Council's handling of a conflict of interest involving its chief executive, Adam Feeley, is being investigated by the Auditor-General.
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Regions: Otago
Tags: Queenstown Lakes District Council, Adam Feeley
Duration: 2'48"

17:26
Hunt for anyone who may have caught measles at SkyTower
BODY:
Health workers are scrolling through the guest list of Auckland's SkyCity hotel in their hunt for anyone who may have had contact with a fireman who's come down with measles.
Topics:
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: Auckland SkyCity hotel, measles
Duration: 4'59"

17:35
Evening Business for 29 May 2015
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News from the business sector including a market report.
Topics: business, economy
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Tags: markets
Duration: 2'52"

17:42
Sydney siege inquest continues
BODY:
A former lawyer for the Sydney siege gunman has spoken about how Man Haron Monis was a showman who defied all the advice he gave him.
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Tags: Sydney hostage crisis
Duration: 4'35"

17:46
'Silent sidelines' may be the way to cut down abuse in sports
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Otago Rugby may be forced to introduce 'silent sidelines' for junior rugby if parents and supporters don't cut down on their abusive behaviour.
Topics: sport
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Tags: Otago Rugby, silent sidelines, sport supporters
Duration: 3'54"

17:46
Farmers will only ride out low milk prices if they pick up soon
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One of New Zealand's biggest lenders to farmers is predicting that most will ride out low milk prices - but only if they pick up soon.
Topics: farming, business, economy
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Tags: milk prices, global dairy prices
Duration: 4'25"

17:50
Te Manu Korihi News for 29 May 2015
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The Ministry of Social Development has confirmed it is now working with the police regarding Raukura Waikato Social Services Trust. The MP for Te Tai Tokerau, Kelvin Davis, is calling for people to show their support for a hikoi he's leading as it moves through their towns. A Māngere budgeting service says the cost of Auckland's new transport network will trickle down and effect vulnerable Māori families. A Māori tourism company based in Sydney which recently won an award, says its relationship with indigenous Australians was key to it being recognised.
Topics: te ao Maori
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Duration: 3'21"

17:57
South East Asia migrant crisis meeing in Thailand
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Thailand says it will allow the United States to fly surveillance planes from its territory to identify boats carrying migrants adrift in Southeast Asian seas.
Topics: refugees and migrants
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Tags: Thailand, USA, migrants, people trafficking
Duration: 2'13"

18:08
Sports News for 29 May 2015
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An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
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Duration: 3'12"

18:10
NZ Football turns back on Sepp Blatter
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New Zealand Football is backing Sepp Blatter's rival to take over as president FIFA tonight.
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Tags: New Zealand Football, FIFA, Sepp Blatter, FIFA corruption investigation
Duration: 2'56"

18:15
Analysis from Zurich
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The Executive Editor of the World Soccer magazine Keir Radnedgejoins us from Zurich.
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Tags: FIFA, FIFA presidential vote
Duration: 2'26"

18:17
Government tries to woo Auckland developers
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The Government predicts six hundred homes could be built in Auckland on the first blocks of surplus Crown land unveiled today.
Topics: housing
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: Auckland housing
Duration: 3'50"

18:20
Fairfax media changes reflective of journalism change worldwide
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A US journalism professor says changes in the media sector here are reflective of what is happening worldwide.
Topics: media
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Tags: Fairfax, journalism
Duration: 5'53"

18:36
Focus on Politics for 29 May 2015
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The Government has run into a roadblock, in the form of caucus resistance, over its workplace health and safety legislation.
Topics: politics
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Duration: 18'06"

18:54
Te Manu Korihi News for 29 May 2015
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The Ministry of Social Development has confirmed it is now working with the police regarding Raukura Waikato Social Services Trust; A Māngere budgeting service says the cost of Auckland's new transport network will trickle down and impact on vulnerable Māori families; The MP for Te Tai Tokerau, Kelvin Davis, is calling for people to show their support for a hikoi he's leading as it moves through their towns; A Māori tourism company based in Sydney which recently won an award, says its relationship with indigenous Australians was key to it being recognised.
Topics: te ao Maori
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Duration: 3'32"

=SHOW NOTES=

===7:06 PM. | Nights===
=DESCRIPTION=

Entertainment and information, including: 9:06 Country Life: Memorable scenes, people and places in rural NZ (RNZ)

=AUDIO=

20:10
Sport: FIFA Under-20 World Cup is here
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Kick-off is this weekend for the FIFA Under-20 Football (Soccer) World Cup, being held throughout New Zealand - the first game pits the home team against Ukraine. With Noel Barkley, FIFA U-20 World Cup NZ and former All White and Scott Becker, manager of the Fox and Ferrett pub in New Brighton.
Topics: sport
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Tags: soccer, football, FIFA, FIFA Under-20 World Cup, U-20, Ukaraine
Duration: 14'57"

20:53
Conundrum Answer
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This weeks winner is William Ahlers from Hornby.
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Duration: 6'44"

=SHOW NOTES=

7:06 Sonic Tonic
8:10 Sport: FIFA Under-20 World Cup is here
Kick-off is this weekend for the FIFA Under-20 Football (Soccer) World Cup, being held throughout New Zealand - the first game pits the home team against Ukraine.
8:25 Music Feature: Tally Ho! Dunedin Sound Songs & Singers
On Saturday 28 February 2015, 20 iconic Dunedin songs from local musicians like The Chills, The Clean, Straitjacket Fits and The Verlaines were reworked by the Southern Sinfonia with favourite sons Shayne Carter, Martin Phillipps, David Kilgour and soprano, Anna Leese at the Dunedin Town Hall. Radio New Zealand’s Andre Upston was on hand to capture their orchestral collaboration, which was arranged by Dr Graeme Downes.
9:06 Country Life

=SHOW NOTES=

=AUDIO=

21:05
Guest: James Allen
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Waikato dairy consultant James Allen was a key-note speaker at agricultural field days in Osorno, Chile recently, and he talks about the dairy farming opportunities over there.
Topics: rural, farming
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Tags: dairy farming, Trade and Enterprise, Chile
Duration: 4'17"

21:10
Regional Wrap
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It's been frosty in the North Island. Winter pruning's in full swing on South Island orchards.
Topics: rural, farming
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Tags: farming conditions
Duration: 9'06"

21:13
Revving up for a Health Pit Stop
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The Institute of Rural Health is taking a Health Pit Stop out to farmers to check on things like Blood pressure, cholesterol, BMI and sugar levels, as well as getting them to fill in a questionnaire to look at emotional health and stress levels. Today young dairy workers are under the stethoscope. Questions about alcohol and food choices challenged some.
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The health of New Zealand dairy farmers isn’t as robust as one might think judging by the results of Health Pit Stops run by the Institute of Rural Health.
The Dairy Industry funded health check has travelled the country in the past five years doing instant cholesterol, blood sugar, blood pressure and BMI measurements and Gytha Lancaster says dairy farmers could do with a health rev up.
“Two thirds have higher than ideal blood pressure, three quarters have high cholesterol and some are over-weight.”
Dairy farmer Greg Maughan isn’t surprised, saying farming is much less physical these days, with machinery doing the heavy work, and more about concentrating on harvesting milk efficiently and using technology. He says it’s good for farmers, who are a business’ main asset, to have a health rev up.
He says the days of telling someone who’s ailing to “take a cement pill and harden up”, have gone.
Recently 11 finalists taking part in a Dairy Trainees of the Year Award study tour, underwent the Health Pit Stop.
As well as the blood tests, and other measurements, they had to fill in a questionnaire looking at emotional health and stress levels.
Questions about alcohol and food choices including five fruit and vegetable helpings a day, challenged some. One participant chirped “two scoops of chips from the fish and chip shop probably doesn’t count either.”
Topics: rural, farming, health
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Tags: alcohol, five vegetable servings
Duration: 12'13"

21:30
Under the Hammer
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On Tuesday mornings the Canterbury sales yards on the outskirts of Christchurch is a hive of activity. Thousands of surplus to requirement rams, ewes, lambs, calves, heifers, steers, bulls and cows are sold to farmers, rural agents and livestock traders looking for a bargain. Bob Davidson is one of Rural Livestock's auctioneers and he's concerned about the drop in sheep numbers going through the yards. Tony Partridge is buying cattle at the auction he first attended with his father more than 60 years ago.
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The Canterbury Saleyards on the outskirts of Christchurch is a hive of activity every Tuesday morning.

Rams, ewes, lambs, calves, heifers, cows, steers and bulls are bought and sold by farmers, rural agents and livestock traders.

Rural Livestock does most of the auctioneering on the day. Cattle go through the arena and are sold by the kilo, while sheep are sold in mobs in the pens.

Auctioneer Bob Davidson is a director of Rural Livestock and is their agent for the Banks Peninsula and Ellesmere areas. He buys and sells stock for local farmers and is concerned about the drop in sheep numbers going through the yards.
Cattle breeder and livestock trader Tony Partridge won't touch sheep, but thinks there's money to be made from cattle if you know what you're looking for. He's been bidding at the auction for over 60 years and it's not often he leaves the yards without some cattle in the back of his truck.
Topics: rural
Regions: Canterbury
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Duration: 22'55"

9:06 Country Life
Rural news and features.
10:17 Late Edition
A review of the leading news from Morning Report, Nine to Noon, Afternoons and Checkpoint. Also hear the latest news from around the Pacific on Radio New Zealand International's Dateline Pacific.
11:06 The Byrds: There is a Season
The Byrds, covering 1964 to 1967: The all-too-brief hit making years of the band's original five members - Roger McGuinn, David Crosby, Chris Hillman, Gene Clark and Michael Clarke. They were an electrified folk band who topped the charts with some of the decade's most innovative singles and albums. By 1967 their musical harmony was engulfed by the off-stage disharmony that pushed them to reach those heights (1 of 2).

===10:00 PM. | Late Edition===
=DESCRIPTION=

Radio New Zealand news, including Dateline Pacific and the day's best interviews from Radio New Zealand National

===11:06 PM. | None (National)===
=DESCRIPTION=

The Byrds, covering 1964 to 1967: The all-too-brief hit making years of the band's original five members - Roger McGuinn, David Crosby, Chris Hillman, Gene Clark and Michael Clarke. They were an electrified folk band who topped the charts with some of the decade's most innovative singles and albums. By 1967 their musical harmony was engulfed by the off-stage disharmony that pushed them to reach those heights (1 of 2)

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Duration 24:00:00

Date 29 May 2015

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