Summer Times 2020/2021 for Friday 13 January 2017
9:07 Alcohol Report
A study has found New Zealand children are exposed to up to 200 ads per hour when they watch sport on television - a lot of that, if not most of it, alcohol ads.
Professor Sally Casswell from Massey Univeristy's Social and Health Outcomes Research and Evaluation unit.
9:15 Michael Parekowhai's Lighthouse
Well we've now had a few days to get used to a brand new piece of public art on Queens Wharf here in Auckland - that's of course Michael Parekowhai's The Lighthouse. Associate professor Linda Tyler will tell us her views.
9:25 Concerns for the endangered yellow eyed penguin
Sian Torrington, a volunteer ranger for DOC, is worried the construction site to build that carpark was dangerously close to where the rare yellow-eyed penguin, or hoiho, were nesting.
9:45 Best of Jesse: Lee Goldman
What once helped the human race survive, like storing fat, may be killing us. Many of our current epidemics, obesity, depression, heart attack and stroke can be put down to traits we haven't shed from our ancient ancestors according to cardiologist Dr. Lee Goldman, a dean at the Columbia University medical school.
10:07 Hectors Calf spotted in Dunedin
A very young Hector's dolphin calf has been spotted in Otago waters this week.
It was sighted by crew on the Monarch Wildlife Cruises and Tours boat on Tuesday.
10:15 Employee of the Month John Rae Jazz Musician
Musician John Rae offered to be an employee of the month during the Nelson Jazz festival.
Now the festival is over and John's gone fishing
10:25 Home for Christmas - Rebecca Denton
My expat home for Christmas today Rebecca Denton is on the cusp of releasing her first book.
She's originally from Dunedin and left Logan Park High School with an impressive outstanding 54 detentions.
10:30 What Are You Reading? Marama Fox
Marama Fox tells us what she has been reading this Summer
11:07 Wine with Yvonne Lorkin,
The best new vineyards you've never heard of. In a time when most people are saying it's madness to leap into the competitive and crazy world of winegrowing, there are some great people getting amongst the action and carving out their own small but tastily formed businesses.
11:25 NZ LIVE Kaylee Bell