Lately for Tuesday 9 July 2019
10:20 Black Caps vs India: Cricket World Cup Semi-Final Live
The Indian cricketers may be the favourites in tonight's World Cup semi-final against the Black Caps but their captain, Virat Kohli, is not writing the New Zealanders off. Meanwhile the Black Caps are at peace with their underdog status and coach Gary Stead says they're preparing for a "scrap" in their World Cup semifinal against India. We cross live to Old Trafford in Manchester to speak with RNZ Sport's Ravinder Hunia.
10:30 Two Million Obese New Zealanders Predicted
Counties Manukau DHB services are stretched to cope with the extra demands of high obesity in its population, and it's asking the Government to do more. Meanwhile researchers at Otago University predict two million New Zealanders will be obese in less than 20 years time. A year ago they called on the Government to take action when their research was released, and Karyn asks Professor Haxby Abbott about what's happened with the findings since then.
10:45 Game Theory: US Women's Soccer Wins the Cup and Our Hearts
Mark Reason followed the Women's Football World Cup along with a soaring number of viewers around the world. Also increasing is the revenue, giving women's soccer a huge shot in the arm. The Women's Football World Cup Final yesterday saw the US triumphant for a record fourth time, beating the Netherlands 2-0. Mark looks at the US Women's team and the impact of winning its fourth World Cup.
My 4-year-old son: “Do boys play soccer?”— Adam Beam (@adambeam) July 7, 2019