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8:12 Insight: Adventure Tourism

Insight investigates the shape of the New Zealand adventure tourism industry and asks whether enough is being done to ensure the safety of its thrill-seeking participants.
Written and presented by Steve Wilde
Produced by Sue Ingram

8:40 Feature interview: Sir Howard Morrison

In December last year Sir Howard Morrison was on the programme, talking with Chris Laidlaw about celebrating 50 years in the entertainment business. Today we'll replay that interview, remembering Sir Howard, who died on Thursday.

9:06 Mediawatch

Mediawatch this week asks if farmers getting a fair shake in the media these days - and if not, is it their own fault? The programme also looks at the forces changing international photojournalism; what our politicians put out on Twitter - and how even in this day and age TV news shows just can't help themselves when there's a bit of bare flesh on display.
Produced and presented by Colin Peacock and Jeremy Rose.

9:45 Sunday Outlook: The PM at the UN

Political reporter Julian Robins is with John Key on his current visit to New York. He talks to Chris Laidlaw about the giant talk-fest that is the UN General Assembly, and how New Yorkers deal with the drama in their city.

10:06 Sunday People: Dame Hazel Genn

Dame Hazel Genn caused a public spat and created front page news in the UK last year when she delivered a series of high-profile lectures that attacked what she saw as the downgrading of civil justice, the degradation of civil court facilities and the diversion of cases to private dispute resolution. Mediation, she says, has little to do with access to justice. "Mediation is not about just settlements. It is just about settlement." She talks to Chris Laidlaw the situation in the UK and its relevance to New Zealand.
Dame Hazel Genn is the 2009 NZ Law Foundation Distinguished Visiting Fellow. She is Dean of Laws, Professor of Socio-Legal Studies and co-director of the Centre for Empirical Legal Studies in the Faculty of Laws at University College London.

10:40 Hidden Treasures

Each week Trevor Reekie takes you on a trip that seeks out musical gems from niche markets around the globe, the latest re-releases and interesting sounds from the shallow end of the bit stream. This week Trevor pays tribute to the Spanish Stroll that was Willy De Ville who passed away recently and, along with the Windy City Strugglers, reminds us just how quickly time comes around.
Produced by Trevor Reekie

11:05 Ideas: Tonga -The Road to Democracy

This November will see the release of the final report of Tonga's Constitutional and Electoral Commission. The Commission - established in 2008 will make recommendations on what will be the most far-reaching political reforms in Tonga since the country's constitution came into effect in 1875. This week Ideas hears from a wide range of Tongans - from the Prime Minister to Mrs Lumsden at Nuku'alofa's market - about their hopes and fears for a new democratic Tonga.
Presented by Chris Laidlaw
Produced by Jeremy Rose

11.55 Feedback

What you, the listeners, say on the ideas and issues that have appeared in the programme.