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The Wire with Jemima: October 29, 2018

The Wire with Jemima: October 29, 2018 The Wire with Jemima: October 29, 2018, 106.25 MB
Mon 29 Oct 2018

Today on the Wire we had a very full show! Jemima spoke with James Shaw for our regular segmentwith the Green Party about COP24 and the Green Party's achievements after a year with the coalition government in power. Our regular segment with Southern Cross covered Bernie Smith’s lecture on housing which was delivered in an annual Bruce Jesson Lecture last week, former president of French Polynesia, Oscar Manutahi Temaru supports the Maohi independence movement in a upcoming referendum in New Caledonia, and Professor Robie’s account on the evolution of media in the pacific since the 60’s. Damian spoke to Auckland Councillor, Linda Cooper, about the private sale of fireworks. Our new segment with Ella Christensen called Under the Weather discussed extreme weather and climate change events happening in the world over the last week. Jemima spoke with Ruth Dreifuss, the Chair of the Global Commission on Drug Policy, about moving away from drug prohibition and towards drug regulation. Finally, Justin spoke with Andrew Little about abortion law reform. 

 

The Big Q: How do we know the earth is warming? October 29, 2018

The Big Q: How do we know the earth is warming? October 29, 2018 The Big Q: How do we know the earth is warming? October 29, 2018, 19.79 MB
Mon 29 Oct 2018

All scientific indications are suggesting that the Earth is fast reaching a tipping point, a point of irreversible damage to life on the planet. Already animals and plants are becoming extinct at never before seen rates, some at 1000 times more than before, and oceans are becoming too acidic and warm to sustain coral reefs which are considered the lungs of the oceans. Maria Armoudian spoke with world renowned climate scientist James Hansen about the science and politics of climate change.


The Big Q Website: www.thebigq.org
 

Defusing Private Firework Sales with Linda Copper: October 29, 2018

Defusing Private Firework Sales with Linda Copper: October 29, 2018 Defusing Private Firework Sales with Linda Copper: October 29, 2018, 10.21 MB
Mon 29 Oct 2018

Currently the Auckland Council are reviewing the Public Safety Nuisance Bylaw and part of this discussion is about banning the private sales of fireworks in the Auckland region. Producer Damian Rowe spoke Auckland Councillor Linda Cooper firstly asking what the Public Safety Nuisance Bylaw will be reviewing. You can provide your own feedback to Auckland Council with the link below

https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/have-your-say/topics-you-can-have-your-say-on/proposed-changes-public-safety-nuisance-bylaw-2013/Pages/default.aspx 

 

The Law Commission Report on Abortion Law Reform: October 29, 2018

Law Commission Report on Abortion Law Reform: October 29, 2018 Law Commission Report on Abortion Law Reform: October 29, 2018, 7.7 MB
Mon 29 Oct 2018

The Law Commission has submitted a report to the Government outlining the alternative approaches to abortion law as the Government hopes to treat abortion as a health issue instead of a legal one.  Justin talked to Justice Minister Andrew Little about the report.  First, he asked why the government wants to reform the current abortion law.

 

Under the Weather with Ella: October 29, 2018

Under the Weather with Ella: October 29, 2018 Under the Weather with Ella: October 29, 2018, 9.53 MB
Mon 29 Oct 2018

Under the Weather is a new segment from Ella Christensen, which recaps on global climate news throughout the week, from extreme weather events to ecological crises to environmental policy to climate justice news. She recaps on what's up with Mother Earth, get the truth about what's happening in ecosystems near and far. Featuring absolutely zero climate deniers, Under the Weather brings you an honest look at how things are falling apart.

 

Drug Regulation Over Prohibition Part One w/ Ruth Dreifuss: October 29, 2018

Drug Regulation Over Prohibition Part One w/ Ruth Dreifuss: October 29, 2018 Drug Regulation Over Prohibition Part One w/ Ruth Dreifuss: October 29, 2018, 6.1 MB
Mon 29 Oct 2018

Last week Jemima spoke with Ruth Dreifuss, former President of Switzerland and current Chair of the Global Commission on Drug Policy. They discussed the Commission's most recent report, Regulation: the responsible control of drugs. The bold report points to regulation over prohibition as the best way to control drugs across the world. This interview will be aired in two parts. Part one talks about what the global drug control stance is right now, the cultural difference between alcohol and drugs and what regulation is. Thank you to the New Zealand Drug Foundation for setting up this interview. 

The CPTPP w/ Golriz Ghahraman: October 26, 2018

The CPTPP w/ Golriz Ghahraman: October 26, 2018 The CPTPP w/ Golriz Ghahraman: October 26, 2018, 8.71 MB
Fri 26 Oct 2018

The amended TPPA bill, known as the CPTPP, passed its third reading in parliament this week. The Green Party is the only party which voted against the bill.

Claudia spoke to Foreign Affairs and Trade spokesperson Golriz Ghahraman, asking why the Green Party continues to oppose the controversial trade treaty.

The Wire with Stewart: October 26, 2018

The Wire with Stewart: October 26, 2018 The Wire with Stewart: October 26, 2018, 43.5 MB
Fri 26 Oct 2018

This week on the Friday Wire, Stewart's hosting and anything could happen!

He chats with National Party MP Amy Adams about the latest polls, the fuel tax, and National's culture.

Plus, what's going on in Australia? Aussie correspondent Sam Smith is here to tell us all.

Then, Laura talks mental health with the chairwoman of the Life Matters Suicide Prevention Trust, Corinda Taylor, and reaches out to the people to hear what they have to say.

Next, producer Claudia talks to Green Party MP Golriz Gharaman about the CPTPP.

And finally, political commentator Bryce Edwards discusses the ethics of political donations. 

The Wire with Lachlan: October 25th, 2018

The Wire with Lachlan: October 25th, 2018 The Wire with Lachlan: October 25th, 2018, 128.65 MB
Thu 25 Oct 2018

First up on the Wire, Oscar brings us a mental health worry week and community garden combo, speaking with Yana from Papaya Stories about community and using the city to improve our mental health. Lachlan then speaks with Ben Peterson from Unions Wellington about the bus strikes going on at the moment.  Andrew Little joins Lachlan for their regular chat, this week discussing political donations and biases in the justice system when it comes to drug related offences. Finally, Ben brings us this day in history on China’s admittance to the United Nations in 1971.

This day in history: 25th October, 1971

This day in history: 25th October, 1971 This day in history: 25th October, 1971, 30.53 MB
Thu 25 Oct 2018

This day in history goes back to 1971, for the admission of the People's Republic of China into the United Nations as the official representative of the Chinese nation.