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  1. Yes, your kids are turning your hair grey2020/01/29
    Science commentator Siouxsie Wiles joins Kathryn to look at experiments in mice which has shown stress does result in grey fur, leading researchers to believe they've figured out how.
  2. Kiwi lighthouses inspiring new generation2020/01/29
    A trio of richly illustrated books for young history buffs has been a labour of love for photographer and lighthouse enthusiast Grant Sheehan. 'Ivan and the lighthouse', 'Lucy goes to the lighthouse', and 'Oliver goes to Stephens Island lighthouse' are based on some of the real life stories of historic lighthouse keepers and their families, and aimed at 5-7 year olds.
  3. Govt details infrastructure spend2020/01/29
    The Prime Minister has revealed a half-billion-dollar spend-up on roads, to come out of the $12 billion Infrastructure Fund. Kathryn talks with RNZ's Political Editor Jane Patterson.
  4. Book review - Best of 20192020/01/29
    Louise O'Brien with her favourite books from 2019: The Absolute Book by Elizabeth Knox (Victoria University Press), To Calais, in Ordinary Time by James Meek (Allen and Unwin) and Big Sky by Kate Atkinson (Doubleday).
  5. American Dirt author Jeanine Cummins - border crisis2020/01/29
    The research for author, Jeanine Cummins' latest book took to her to borderland towns in Mexico, where thousands of people seeking a new life in America gather to try to enter the US.
  6. Australians urged to 'reconsider' travel to China2020/01/29
    Australia correspondent Chris Niesche reports on the country's response to coronavirus, including official information this morning that citizens should "reconsider" the need to travel to China.
  7. Report says 'no' to raising retirement age2020/01/29
    In a relief to those of us who don't want to work past the age of 65, a review that looked into into upping the age for super has found it'd do more harm than good, and is affordable for decades to come.
  8. Building up: recruiting more women into construction2020/01/29
    The push to attract more women into construction jobs is ramping up. With the sector suffering a serious skill shortage and its biggest recruitment period approaching, advocates say more needs to be done to encourage young people, especially women, into the building trade.
  9. Media commentator Andrew Holden2020/01/28
    The ongoing machinations in media ownership in New Zealand. Andrew Holden has been a journalist for more than 30 years including five as Editor of The Press (in Christchurch) and four as Editor-in-Chief of The Age in Melbourne.
  10. Removing barriers for Pacific students2020/01/28
    University of Auckland Pacific Pro Vice Chancellor Pacific, Professor, Damon Salesa on the challenges of closing the achievement differential between Pacific and non Pacific, non Maori learners.
  11. Impact of the coronavirus on the economy2020/01/28
    Business commentator Rebecca Stevenson talks to Kathryn about the global market reaction to the deadly coronavirus. Stocks are sliding due to the uncertainty, including Air New Zealand and other airlines.
  12. Book review - Best of 20192020/01/28
    Ralph McAllister with his picks for the best books of 2019: Lady in Waiting by Anne Glenconner (Hachette NZ), Find Me by André Aciman (Faber), The Offing by Benjamin Myers (Bloomsbury).
  13. Award winning Scottish playwright, Kieran Hurley2020/01/28
    Kieran Hurley's work Mouthpiece, won the Hector MacMillan Award for Best new Scottish play and the prestigous Carol Tambor Award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival last year (2019), where it was sold out and it is part of the Auckland Festival in March.
  14. Greymouth life-saving community project2020/01/28
    A community initiative is underway on the West Coast which aims to make Greymouth the safest place in the country to have a heart attack.
  15. USA correspondent Susan Davis2020/01/28
    The latest in the President Trump impeachment process and a look ahead to the Iowa Caucuses in early February. Senator Bernie Sanders is currently ahead in Iowa.
  16. The future of content on our screens and airwaves2020/01/28
    Kathryn talks to the outgoing head of New Zealand On Air, Jane Wrightson about her 12 years leading the allocation of around $100 million in funding to content creators across our screens and airwaves.
  17. How might coronavirus affect tourism to New Zealand?2020/01/28
    As the death toll in China from those infected with coronavirus rises to 81, a lock-down spreads to 15 cities and group tours are banned outside of the country, Kathryn talks to New Zealand Chinese Travel and Tourism Association Simon Cheung and Chris Roberts of the Tourism Industry Association about what it means for New Zealand's $40b tourism industry.
  18. Happy Birthday Auckland! Challenges for our biggest city2020/01/27
    On Auckland Anniversary Day Bill McKay looks at what makes Auckland so different from the rest of New Zealand's cities and what it must do differently.
  19. Akaroa Cooking school and food tours2020/01/27
    Lou and Ant Bentley set up the Akaroa Cooking school almost a decade ago, and have branched out into foodie tours too, to Italy and also the Canterbury region.
  20. Political commentators Hooton & Mills2020/01/27
    Labour's annual retreat, the Whanau ora dispute and a resolution to the long-running land dispute at Ihumatao draws near.
  21. Political commentators Hooton & Mills2020/01/27
    Labour's annual retreat, the Whanau ora dispute and a resolution to the long-running land dispute at Ihumatao draws near.
  22. Basketball star Kobe Bryant dead in crash: US media2020/01/27
    US media is reporting the basketball great, Kobe Bryant, has died in a helicopter crash in California. The LA County Sheriff says five people have died in a crash in Calabasas. Bryant played his entire 20-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers, and retired four years ago. Kathryn talks with LA journalist Yakenda McGahee.
  23. Book Review - Best of 20192020/01/27
    Bronwyn Wylie-Gibb of University Book Shop, Dunedin, with her favourite books from last year: The Man in the Red Coat by Julian Barnes (Jonathan Cape), The Library of Ice: Readings from a Cold Climate by Nancy Campbell (Simon & Schuster), Bibliostyle: How We Live at Home with Books by Nina Freudenberger (Hardie Grant).
  24. Frans De Waal: primal emotions about inequity2020/01/27
    One of the world's foremost primatologists Frans de Waal's research tells us much about what can animals teach us about ourselves when it comes to economic, social and political power structures.
  25. Africa correspondent Debora Patta2020/01/27
    Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia face devastating crop losses following the worst locus swarms in 70 years, and Debora tells Kathryn about the moves to end child marriages in Malawi.
  26. Climate Change Commission. Preparing for 20502020/01/27
    Dr Rod Carr is heading up the newly created independent institution, tasked with holding successive governments to account on climate change mitigation and adaption.
  27. National Library and Archives changes worry historians2020/01/27
    Historians and genealogists say the work that they do could be severely impacted by proposed changes at the National Library and Archives New Zealand. The National Library is trying to re-home its overseas published collections, and Archives NZ is seeking to halve its reading room hours from March.
  28. New Zealand's response to coronavirus threat2020/01/27
    Chinese officials are warning that people with the novel coronavirus can be infectious up to two weeks before they develop any symptoms.
  29. The Week that Was2020/01/24
    Our comedians Te Radar and Michele A'Court chew on a lamington burger and examine whether takeaways are necessary given the amount of time saving food products that are available.
  30. Sports commentator Sam Ackerman2020/01/24
    Sam Ackerman talks cricket, previewing the India versus Black Caps series, Dame Valerie Adams' comeback, is her legacy on the line? Also how young New Zealanders have fared at the Youth Winter Olympics.
  31. Book review - Best of 20192020/01/24
    Tilly Lloyd of Unity Books with her top picks of the year: Wilding: The Return of Nature to a British Farm by Isabella Tree (Picador); This is Not Propaganda: Adventures in the War Against Reality by Peter Pomerantsev (Faber); Out of Darkness, Shining Light by Petina Gappah (Faber).
  32. Five a day: Pentathlete Rebecca Jamieson2020/01/24
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  33. Asia correspondent Ed White - China's deadly coronavirus2020/01/24
    The latest on the deadly spread of China's coronavirus is sparking global concern with more than 500 confirmed cases of the virus, which has claimed 18 lives. Ed White is a correspondent for the Financial Times, based in Seoul.
  34. Kowtow: the Kiwi fashion label making swimwear out of fishing nets2020/01/24
    The sustainable New Zealand fashion label Kowtow is branching out into swimwear – but not made of any ordinary fabric. The first non-natural fabric the brand has used is made from regenerated fishing nets.
  35. NZ helping world to enjoy kai moana safely2020/01/24
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  36. Australian urban planner: 'Fire tends to find the weak point in what we do'2020/01/24
    In the past two months, bushfires have encroached on Australian cities. As people move out to the edges of their cities, sensible urban planning is urgently needed to mitigate future risk, says University of Melbourne professor Dr Alan March.
  37. Dolittle, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, McMillions2020/01/23
    Film and TV reviewer James Croot looks at the latest take on Dolittle, starring Robert Downey Jr and A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, with Tom Hanks as beloved children's entertainer Fred Rogers. He'll also look at the new HBO documentary McMillions which looks at the massive McDonald's Monopoly fraud.
  38. How to survive the (last of the) school holidays2020/01/23
    As many parents know the summer school holidays seem to stretch on FOREVER. With two weeks or so of the break left to go, ideas of what to do might be thin on the ground by now. Maria Foy runs a blog called Happy Mum Happy Child and joins Lynn to talk about how parents can entertain their kids - and keep themselves sane.
  39. How to survive the (last of the) school holidays2020/01/23
    As many parents know the summer school holidays seem to stretch on FOREVER. With two weeks or so of the break left to go, ideas of what to do might be thin on the ground by now. Maria Foy runs a blog called Happy Mum Happy Child and joins Lynn to talk about how parents can entertain their kids - and keep themselves sane.
  40. Travelex ransom, Sonos speakers' obsolescence2020/01/23
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  41. Book review - Best of 20192020/01/23
    David Hill reviews his favourite books of the year: Night Fishing by Vicki Hastrich (Allen and Unwin), Nothing To See Here by Kevin Wilson (Text Publishing), Wildlife of Aotearoa by Gavin Bishop (Penguin Random NZ).
  42. Andrew Crowe: Pathway of the Birds2020/01/23
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  43. Labour leadership race narrows, and Brexit 'ping pong' begins2020/01/23
    UK correspondent Harriet Line joins Lynn to discuss where the race to take over from Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader is at, as Lisa Nandy makes it onto the final ballot and Jess Phillips pulls out. Brexit enters its "ping pong" legislative phase and Megxit drama continues with a legal warning from the Sussexes over paparazzi shots.
  44. Discarded NZ event tents to shelter asylum seekers2020/01/23
    A group of volunteers has been collecting abandoned tents at some New Zealand music festivals this summer, more than 300 will be sent to Samos, which is a refugee hot spot in Greece. Kate Robertson from the tent collectors talks to Lynn about the initiative.
  45. Female academic? Here's your lifetime pay gap2020/01/23
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  46. NZ arts ecology: The ever-changing role of artists2020/01/22
    Arts commentator Nina Tonga joins Lynn to talk about the summer's festival season, with a focus on what to expect from the New Zealand Arts Festival which opens on February 21. She'll also look at the Sydney Biennale 'Nirin'and moves within the arts sector.
  47. A dedicated follower of fashion2020/01/22
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  48. Book review - Best of 20192020/01/22
    Stella Chrysostomou of VOLUME Books shares her picks for the best books of 2019: The Secret Commonwealth by Philip Pullman, I Who Have Never Known Men by Jaqueline Harpman and Spring by Ali Smith.(all published by Penguin Books).
  49. Fighting 'the irrational ape' with critical thinking2020/01/22
    A bit of analysis and thought can go a long way in helping us figure out what's real and what's fake, and it's a skill essential to the survival of humanity as history shows.
  50. Scott Morrison's tough start to the year2020/01/22
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  51. Next steps for 'brain-fingerprinting' in solving real crimes2020/01/22
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  52. Davos at 50: Leaders to focus on sustainability2020/01/22
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  53. Coronavirus underestimated: Virologist 2020/01/22
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  54. How the media is handling climate change sceptics2020/01/21
    Media commentator Andrew Holden examines the climate change issue in Australia and how media giant News Corp has been running denialist material. How's it being handled here in New Zealand? Andrew Holden is a journalist for more than 30 years including five as Editor of The Press (in Christchurch) and four as Editor-in-Chief of The Age in Melbourne.
  55. Rod Oram: The sustainability-linked loan market2020/01/21
    Business commentator Rod Oram discusses loans tied to sustainable outcomes, the NZ origin start-up Soul Machines, a new car subscription service being offered by Turners, and The Financial Times appoints its first new editor in 14 years, Roula Khalaf, who joins Zanny Minton Beddoes, editor-in-chief of The Economist, as another woman heading up international business publications.
  56. Book review - Best of 20192020/01/21
    Anna Daniell with her favourite young adult books from last year: Invisibly Breathing by Eileen Merriman (Penguin), On the Come Up by Angie Thomas (Walker Books), My Brother's Name is Jessica by John Boyne (Penguin).
  57. Dystopian art, fake likes and an app that dies with you2020/01/21
    Scratch lottery tickets where you win instagram followers instead of money, apps that can only be accessed when you're phone has 5 percent battery, these are the works of pioneering Belgian artist Dries Depoorter.
  58. Trump's Senate impeachment trial, Iowa caucuses2020/01/21
    US correspondent Ron Elving looks at the impeachment trial for President Donald Trump due to get underway in earnest this week in the Senate. He'll touch on the curious ritual of the Iowa precinct caucuses and the bizarre but symbiotic relationship between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un. Ron Elving is Senior Editor and Correspondent on the Washington Desk for NPR News.
  59. Tongan farmers get bee keeping boost2020/01/21
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  60. Dry weather and water restrictions 2020/01/21
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  61. How will the US-Iran crisis evolve?2020/01/21
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  62. Political commentators Hooton & Mills2020/01/20
    A look ahead at some of the political issues this election year: Can Labour pivot to focus on infrastructure, is National going populist right and how can the Greens and New Zealand First mark out their territory?
  63. Book review - Best of 20192020/01/20
    Kiran Dass of Time Out Bookstore shares her picks for the best books of 2019: Make it Scream, Make It Burn by Leslie Jamison (Allen & Unwin) and The Years by Annie Ernaux (Fitzcarraldo).
  64. Amanda Palmer - There Will Be No Intermission2020/01/20
    Feminist, mother, songwriter, artist - and cult hero. Amanda Palmer is coming to New Zealand to perform her one-woman show in March.
  65. Can European leaders save the Iran nuclear deal?2020/01/20
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  66. Wanaka cafes lead brewing revolution2020/01/20
    Cafe owners in Wanaka want to ditch all single use coffee cups by 2022, with three of the town's cafes already refusing to sell any disposable cups. It's part of a growing trend around the country.
  67. Free Meds? Counting the cost of prescriptions2020/01/20
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  68. Haere Ra 2019 (Part 2)2019/12/24
    Te Radar, Gemma Gracewood and Grant Smithies say farewell to 2019, with live Christmas carols sung in studio by Nota Bene. Merry Christmas everyone and thank you for being with us this year.
  69. Stress test: Trainee pilot's solo landing2019/12/24
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  70. Nota Bene Performs Christmas Day 16662019/12/24
    Nota Bene Performs Christmas Day 1666
  71. Haere Ra 2019 (Part 3)2019/12/24
    Te Radar, Gemma Gracewood and Grant Smithies say farewell to 2019, with live Christmas carols sung in studio by Nota Bene. Merry Christmas everyone and thank you for being with us this year.
  72. Jeremy Taylor's 2019 music picks2019/12/24
    Jeremy Taylor plays his favourites from the rich tapestry of 2019's musical releases: Aldous Harding, Michael Kiwanuka, Jenny Lewis, Tiny Ruins and Purple Mountains.
  73. Netball coach Noeline Taurua on building up the Silver Ferns 2019/12/24
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  74. Haere Ra 2019. A Decade in Review2019/12/24
    Rod Oram, Siouxsie Wiles, Courtney Johnston and Gavin Ellis look back on the year in business, science, art and media.
  75. Kennedy Warne's message from the Seychelles2019/12/24
    Normally on our last show of the year, Nine to Noon's outdoorsman and adventurer Kennedy Warne would be live in the studio, resplendent in his pink crocs. This year, however, he is in the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean, where he sent us a message and poem from the uninhabited atoll of Cosmoledo.
  76. Walking odyssey: Paul Salopek's human journey2019/12/24
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  77. Haere Ra, 20192019/12/24
    Rod Oram, Siouxsie Wiles, Courtney Johnston and Gavin Ellis look back on the year in business, science, art and media
  78. Navigating the urban environment2019/12/23
    Bill McKay talks to Kathryn about Wayfinding; how we navigate our way through the urban environment and the silly signage that often makes it more difficult than it should be.
  79. Everybody eats, pay as you feel2019/12/23
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  80. Political commentators Hooton & Mills - a retrospective2019/12/23
    Matthew and Stephen Mills chat to Kathryn about the political year and look ahead to the 2020 election.
  81. Book review - The Weekend by Charlotte Wood2019/12/23
    Laura Caygill reviews The Weekend by Charlotte Wood, published by Allen & Unwin. A touching tale of friendship, ageing and vulnerability from the author of The Natural Way of Things.
  82. Spark's big test. Jolie Hodson on being bold2019/12/23
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  83. Canada correspondent, Katie Simpson2019/12/23
    CBC Parliamentary reporter Katie Simpson with a look back on a tumultuous year for Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau who returned to Parliament with a minority government.
  84. Surviving state care: Kath Coster2019/12/23
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  85. Cooler temperatures grant reprieve in Australia bushfire battle2019/12/23
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From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.

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