Sunday Morning for Sunday 11 December 2016
7:08 Bill Ralston, Jane Clifton, Richard Harman - The National Party post Key
Three of New Zealand's most experienced political commentators discuss the National Party post Key and what we can expect in next year's election.
7:30 News headlines
7:32 The Week in Parliament
7:50 Emmanuel Stamatakis - Cardiovascular health
New research shows that the type of exercise you do can make a big difference to your cardiovascular health. An international research collaboration looking at 80,000 adults - led by the University of Sydney - found that cycling, swimming, aerobics and racquet sports offer life saving benefits compared to running and football. Associate Professor Emmanuel Stamatakis is an associate professor at the Charles Perkins Centre University of Sydney.
8:12 Insight: 'High way' to hell (BBC)
The BBC's Danny Vincent investigates how recently outlawed 'legal highs' are making their way so easily onto the streets of Britain. He goes undercover to trace the drugs back to where they are coming from.
8:42 Kathleen Kuehn - The surveillance society
Kathleen Kuehn is the author of the just published BWB text: The Post-Snowden Era: Mass Surveillance and Privacy in New Zealand. In it the Victory University media studies lecturer argues that private sector big data is eclipsing Orwell's Big Brother when it comes to threats to our privacy.
The latest push by publishers for a merger that would change the media landscape. Also: a potential PR hiccup for rugby - and how John Key's sudden exit took the media by surprise - mostly.
Produced and presented by Colin Peacock and Jeremy Rose
9:40 Dr Jordan Peterson - The politically incorrect professor
Dr Jordan Peterson has been making headlines worldwide over what he says is 'political correctness gone mad.' He joins Wallace to talk about the gender pronoun controversy that put his job in jeopardy - and why he believes Canada's new anti-discrimination laws are turning free speech into a battleground of hate.
10:06 Dr Jean Watson - Nursing the way it should be
Jean Watson originally trained as a nurse in the 1960's but quickly became disillusioned with what she found. She has since spent her life trying to change the nursing profession into what she calls 'the Florence Nightingale' way of nursing - an approach that treats the whole person, rather than just the illness.
10:44 Dr Richard Egan - Caring for our elderly
Dr Richard Egan, fresh from the NZ Gerontology Nursing Conference, joins Wallace to talk about how we care for our elderly and what we should be doing differently.
11:06 Alice Galletly - A beer a day…
Alice Galletly joins Wallace to talk about her new blog and book that is dedicated to drinking a beer a day.
11:30 Public Enemy - Episode 2
Between the rise of ISIS and Donald Trump, what does it mean to grow up a Muslim in the midst of the War on Terror? Fifteen years on from 9/11, some feel Islamophobia is at an all-time high.
This series looks at the growing Muslim communities in the United States, Australia and New Zealand, and how elections, counter-terrorism policies, war and xenophobia have impacted their lives.
Music played in this show
Artist: Sam Cooke
Song: A change is gonna come'
Composer: Sam Cooke
Album: At that Good News
Broadcast Time: 8:38
Artist: Herbie Hancock
Composer: Herbie Hancock et al
Album: Head Hunters
Broadcast Time: 10:28
Artist: Neil Young
Song: Peace Trail
Composer: Neil Young
Broadcast Time: 10:54