09:05 NZ's catch nearly three times official count - study

 A damning report on the number of fish caught in New Zealand waters has exposed six decades of under-reporting, and puts the true catch at nearly three times official figures. It also reveals deliberate and systematic fish dumping, institutionally embedded misreporting, high levels of wastage and warns that essential data is either lacking or missing because of inadequate reporting. The study was conducted by The Fisheries Centre at the  British Columbia University in collaboration with Oxford and Auckland University. Dr Glenn Simmons was the lead researcher. Dave Turner,  The Ministry of Primary Industries' Fisheries Management Director responds to the criticism of MPI leveled in the report. 

Fishing boat

Fishing boat Photo: supplied

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09:20 The Pirates of Science

Sci-Hub is an online service where researchers can anonymously (and illegally) share academic papers which are normally locked behind the paywalls of publishers like Elsevier and Springer. The site currently hosts more than 50 million papers and was created by Kazakhstani neuroscientist Alexandra Elbakyan who found a way to hack into the publishers' websites while trying to access papers for a research project.

Dr John Bohannon is a contributing writer for Science magazine who's carried out an extensive investigation into the website and its users.

09:45 South America Correspondent Donna Bowater

Dilma Rousseff goes down fighting, the elevation of Vice President Michel Temer into the top job and what it means for corruption inquiries

10:05 Daily life in Azraq camp: home to 35,000 refugees

Azraq camp in Jordan is home to 35,000 Syrian refugees, and is growing by 300 to 500 people every day.

The camp covers 15 km2 of a remote desert plain, exposed to sand storms, freezing winters and intensely hot summers.  What began as a short term solution for Syrians fleeing conflict in their homeland, has become a semi-permanent city - complete with schools, sewage systems, sports fields, barber shops and market places. Worldvision's Simon Day has just been in Jordan at the camp and tells Kathryn Ryan it is both amazing and heartbreaking.  

10:35 Book review - The Sport of Kings by C.E. Morgan
reviewed by Jenna Todd, published by HarperCollins 

10:45 The Reading
The Colour of Food by Anne Else read by Jane Waddell (Part 1 of 5)

11:05 Political commentators Mike Williams and Matthew Hooton

11:30  Herds of goats and some cheese- Daniel Jenkins from Kaikoura Cheese

After traveling through France, and trying a goat's cheese for dessert, Daniel Jenkins was hooked. A few years later  the Christchurch quake hit and it gave the family the push to pursue the goat's cheese industry. They moved to Kaikoura and built a 10 square meter house. Starting with 3 goats, milking by hand, a lot of trial and error later they've struck it. Scooping up a variety of awards over the years for their cheese.

11:45 Off the beaten track with Kennedy Warne

This week Kennedy reports from the Philippines - the world centre of coral biodiversity. 


Music played in this show

Artist:  Sly and the Family Stone

Song: Everyday People

Composer: Stewart

Album: Stand!

Label: EPIC 426456

Time: 9.30am


Artist:   Foo Fighters

Song: These Days

Composer: Foo Fighters

Album: Wasting Light

Label: RCA

Time: 10.10am


Artist:   Bia

Song: Jardim

Composer: Biolay/Zeidel

Album: n/a

Label: Putumayo

Time: 11.30am