Lately for Thursday 13 February 2020
10:20 Northland has a shortage of GPs
The shortage of GPs in Northland is one example of a nationwide issue affecting doctors.
Karyn speaks with Dr Jan White from the New Zealand Medical Association about why general doctor's practices are struggling to make ends meet.
10:25 Live from the Halberg Sports Awards
The country's top performing sports people are being honoured at the Halberg Awards at the Spark Arena in Auckland tonight, with women expected to dominate.
Four of the five finalists for Team of the Year are female, with the Netball World Cup-winning Silver Ferns heading the list.
RNZ Sport's Felicity Reid speaks with Karyn from the award ceremony at Spark Arena in Auckland.
10:30 New Zealand Music Quota for all radio stations
The last time MPs looked at a radio station for young people Marian Hobbs was in the House. She speaks with Karyn about how youth radio was bargained away in order to get the 20% quota of New Zealand music played on commercial radio and Radio New Zealand.
10:45 The Rest is History - a week for royal beheadings
This week we're going back to 1542 and the death by beheading of Catherine Howard, the fifth wife of King Henry the Eighth, which happened this week, as did - 12 years later, the beheading of Lady Jane Grey.
Both of them teenagers at the time. We'll find out why Lady Jane Grey was called the Nine Day Queen and how religious piety and adultery led to Catherine Howard's untimely end. Senior history lecturer at Victoria University, Dr Catherine Abou-Nemeh, joins Karyn to look at this fascinating week in British history.