Lately for Monday 26 July 2021
10:20 Mother linked to Islamic State on her way back to New Zealand
This afternoon Jacinda Ardern said Cabinet has agreed to a "managed return" of 26-year-old Suhayra Aden and her two children after they were detained in February illegally trying to enter Turkey from the Syrian border. The Turkish Ministry identifed her as a terrorist belonging to Islamic State. Australia revoked her Australian passport and she is returning to New Zealand where she was born. Karyn speaks with Dr Marnie LLoydd from the Faculty of Law at Victoria University.
10:30 London Calling: Rich Preston
Lately's weekly cross to the BBC World Service team - tonight Karyn speaks with senior journalist Rich Preston. Rich will give a quick overview of Covid-19 around the world and any key developments, as well as the beginning of the US House Select Committee hearings into the attack on the Capitol building on January 6th, and the first week of Peru's new president.
10:40 WORD: New Zealand's lexicographers
New Zealand has had more than its fair share of world-famous lexicographers. So what is a lexicographer and who are the New Zealanders who have made their name in this field? Karyn speaks with Emeritus Professor of linguistics at Victoria University, Laurie Bauer.