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Summer Times 2021/2022 for Wednesday 18 January 2017

 

9:10 Jordan Carter Internet NZ on the lack of privacy on messaging apps.

Internet New Zealand says that the majority of people have serious concerns about just how private their private messages are.

Hacking

Hacking Photo: Google images

9:20 Nick Cave review 
Nick Cave performed for his many, many Wellington fans at the TSB arena last night. 

Music 101's Kirsten Johnstone was amongst the throng

Nick Cave

Nick Cave Photo: Flickr- NRK P3 - CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

9:35 Best of Jesse: Alex Haslam

Anytime an act of terror takes innocent lives, questions are asked about how anyone can do something so evil.   

More than 50 years ago, one of the most famous psychology experiments of all times, the Stanley Milgram experiments, sought to answer just how far an ordinary person will go.

A second plan crashes into the World Trade Centre on September 11, 2001

A second plan crashes into the World Trade Centre on September 11, 2001 Photo: Flickr

10:07  Glenn Stuart B Street Band -  cancelling Garden State Presidential Inaugural Gala. 

Musicians haven't exactly been tripping over themselves to perform at the presidential inauguration ball for Donald Trump.

United States band Lake Street Dive play in in Dublin.

United States band Lake Street Dive play in in Dublin. Photo: Flickr / Sean Rowe

10:20  Warrick Lyon & sharks 

Imagine working with sharks! 

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Photo: Shark Track

10:40  Antarctica with Lydia Bradey 

Lydia Bradey is the first woman in the world to climb Mt Everest without oxygen and remains the only New Zealander to have climbed Everest without oxygen.

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Photo: Lydia Bradey

10:50 What Are You Reading?  Deborah Hill Cone

11:20 Health with Claire Turnbull - Healthy Food Guide Nutritionist. 

All your heath tips and tricks boiled down into a short segment. 

Bowl of salad

Photo: 123RF

11:40 This Way Up:  Robotic Seal

A team- or maybe that should be colony- of robotic seals is being used with residents at an Auckland retirement village.

Diversional therapist Orquidea Mortera with the PARO seal 'colony’

Diversional therapist Orquidea Mortera with the PARO seal 'colony’ Photo: Supplied