Lately for Friday 26 July 2019
10.20 Ihumātao SOUL's Pania Newton
It's the fourth night of the stand-off at Ihumātao where more than 500 people have gathered to support the Save Our Unique Landscape group SOUL and protest plans by Fletcher Building to build 480 new homes on the land that is recognised for its historical, cultural, and archaeological significance.
SOUL wants Ihumātao to remain an open space or be returned to mana whenua. One of SOUL's founders, Pania Newton, speaks with Karyn from Ihumātao, as they prepare for the weekend.
10.30 Dame Margaret Sparrow's legacy
Dame Margaret Sparrow trained as a doctor, opened New Zealand's first abortion clinic and vasectomy clinic, introduced the emergency contraceptive pill, and was one of the first women in the country to try the oral contraceptive pill.
As Cabinet prepares to consider a bill that would remove abortion from the Crimes Act, Dame Margaret speaks with Karyn about New Zealand's history of reproductive healthcare.
10.40 Pre-wired: punk, electronica and whimsy
Danielle Street joins us with her fortnightly exploration of music's latest. Tonight it's an all New Zealand line-up of selections including Die! Die! Die!, Soccerpractise and Carnivorous Plant Society.