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10:20 Jackie Clark of The Aunties on Oranga Tamariki uplifting babies

An internal inquiry into the attempted removal of a six-day-old Maori baby from Hawke's Bay Hospital will be conducted by Oranga Tamariki, and the Children's Commissioner will conduct a wider review of the removal process for Maori babies, aged up to three months. Karyn speaks with Jackie Clark, the "Auntie in Charge" from The Aunties - the organisation that helps women and their children who are living with or have lived with family violence

Jackie Clark, founder of The Aunties

Jackie Clark, founder of The Aunties Photo: Jo Galvin / The Wireless

10:30 Vagina: A re-education

Author and journalist Lynn Enright writes about feminism, current affairs, women's health, fashion, the arts, politics and pop culture. She writes extensively about women's affairs and tries to find new ways to talk to women in print. Karyn speaks with Lynn about her new book Vagina: A Re-Education.

Lynn Enright

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10:45 Call for kiwi kids to write a song for School of Rock musical

The producers of the Broadway and West End blockbuster musical, are calling for talented New Zealand kids to seize the chance to write their very own rock song that will be played live in front of the School of Rock audience at The Civic. They're teaming up with Play It Strange, and Karyn speaks with the Trust's Mike Chunn about nuturing young songwriting talent.

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