09:05  Why are hate crimes not accurately recorded?

Armed police officers stand guard during the burial ceremony of the victims killed in Christchurch's mosque attacks at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch, New Zealand on March 21, 2019

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Justice reform advocates call for change after newly published police data shows only 4 out of 10 hate crimes are being dealt with correctly. The police only started recording hate crimes after last year's  terror attacks in Christchurch despite years of requests. But nearly half of those crimes are being wrongly downgraded from a criminal offence, to either "incidents" in which no crime was committed, or to lower level crimes. Philippa Tolley speaks with JustSpeak Co-chair Julia Whaipooti. Also Police Association President Chris Cahill.

09:20 Technology helping Kiwi businesses and consumers track their carbon footprint

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As the government declares a climate emergency and the Prime Minister promises to follow it up with action, Philippa talks to two companies that aren't waiting around. The Toitū carbon assess platform helps SMEs to calculate their emissions by tracking the money spent on electricity, fuel, flights and waste. Another tool, Cogo app, is aimed at individual consumers and uses their banking data to track their footprint in real time and deliver "ethical nudges" about how to lower it. Philippa is joined by Steve Dixon, Toitū Envirocare's general manager of strategy and partnerships and Ben Gleisner, founder and CEO of Cogo.

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09:45 New vaccine could be rolled out in Britain next week - but to whom, and how?

UK correspondent Matthew Parris joins Philippa to talk about the approval of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine that could be rolled out next week - but who gets it first? PM Boris Johnson has warned the public not to get too excited yet, with logistics issues to be overcome first. There's carnage in the retail sector, with some big high street names shutting down. And is a scotch egg really a meal?

File: This illustration picture taken in Paris on November 23, 2020 shows a syringe and a bottle reading "Covid-19 Vaccine" next to the Pfizer company logo.

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10:05 Shilo Kino, The Pōrangi Boy  

Shilo Kino has written a novel for young adults, which, she hopes, their parents will read too. Journalist with TVNZ current affairs show Marae, Shilo's first book is The Pōrangi Boy, about Northland twelve year old Niko who tries to stop a prison being built on land that is tapu. Shilo Kino tells Philippa Tolley she wishes this book had been around when she was a child, and talks about her commitment to learning Te Reo.

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10:35 Book review - A Long Time Coming by Martin Fisher

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Jonathan West reviews A Long Time Coming: The story of Ngāi Tahu’s treaty settlement negotiations with the Crown by Martin Fisher. This book is published by Canterbury University Press.

10:45 The Reading

The Tiger Cub, an essay written and read by Rose Lu. 

11:05 What are zero-day flaws, and should you trust your dating app?

Technology correspondent Tony Grasso looks at Microsoft's rollout of a security patch for some critical flaws, including one being actively used in conjunction with Chrome. Apple is also moving to patch three zero-day flaws - so what are they? Dating app OKCupid has a flaw where people can read your messages, so how much should you be trusting an app with your most personal chats?

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11:25 Baby on the Way, Hannah Davison

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Culverden based co-founder and author of the My Big Moments series of personalised books for children aged two and up Hannah Davison talks to Phillipa Tolley about Baby on the Way, a picture book for children which doubles as a guide for parents to help prepare siblings-to-be for a new addition to the whānau.

11:45 Mank, On Becoming a God in Central Florida, best TV/Film in December

Film and TV reviewer James Croot joins Philippa to look at David Fincher's film Mank which set in 1930s Hollywood as Herman J Mankiewicz raced to finish the screenplay of 'Citizen Kane' for Orson Welles. He'll also look at new series On Becoming a God in Central Florida, which stars Kirsten Dunst in her last role before she moved to New Zealand for filming and got caught in lockdown. James also rounds up the best film and TV for December.

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Music played in this show

Artist: Martin Phillips
Song: February
Broadcast time: 09.20

Artist:  Manic Street Preachers
Song: everything must go
Broadcast time: 09:45

Artist:   Ladi6
Song:  Norwest
Broadcast time: 10.35

Artist:  Chelsea Jade 
Song: Free Throw
Broadcast time: 10:43

Artist:   Benny Sings ft Mac de Marco
Song: Rolled Up
Broadcast time: 11:22

Artist:   Durand Jones & the Indications
Song: Morning in America
Broadcast time: 11:41