Sunday Morning for Sunday 29 January 2017
7:10 The political year ahead - a panel discussion
Fran O'Sullivan, New Zealand Herald columnist and Head of Business for NZME, Business Desk's Pattrick Smellie, and writer and trade unionist Morgan Godfery join Wallace to discuss the political year ahead.
7:35 Julie Hill - Southside of the wall
Journalist and writer Julie Hill joins Wallace from Mexico to discuss how the election of Donald Trump is being viewed on the South side of the border.
8:12 Insight: After Obama Care - Health under Trump (BBC)
What will the new president of the United States do about healthcare in the United States? As Donald Trump dismantles so-called Obamacare, Philippa Thomas of the BBC's asks what a reformed US health system might look like.
8:40 Julian McCurdy - Urban Beehives
Beehives in the suburbs are becoming more and more popular. Julian McCurdy joins Wallace to talk about the explosion in backyard apiary and how demand for beehives is far outweighing supply.
The media reaction to Trump declaring "war" on the media and peddling "alternative facts". Also: summer silly season stories which were too good to be true; and trans-Tasman movies on demand.
Produced and presented by Colin Peacock and Jeremy Rose.
9:40 Saroo Brierley - The Real-Life Lion
The film Lion,' starring Dev Patel and Nicole Kidman, has garnered six Oscar nominations and is proving popular at the box office. The man behind the real-life story, Saroo Brierley, joins Wallace to talk about his epic journey to find his family.
10:06 Devorah Heitner - Keeping Digital Natives Safe
Social media expert, Devorah Heitner, talks to Wallace about the pitfalls of popular apps such as Snapchat and Instagram - especially when it comes to teenagers.
10:35 Jack Hooker - World Music
Wellington musician Jack Hooker joins Wallace in studio to talk about his latest projects - compositions that span a diverse range from wall-of-sound electronic music, to instrumental acoustic guitar music, to Indonesian Gamelan.
11:06 Joe Porter - Wellington Sevens
RNZ sports reporter, Joe Porter, gives us an update on all the action from the Wellington Sevens tournament.
11:12 Dave Eringa and Guy Massey - The Producers
Grammy award winning producer Guy Massey and Manic Street Preachers producer, Dave Eringa have just been in New Zealand to conduct a masterclass, teaching aspiring producers some valuable lessons. They speak with Wallace about their work, including re-mastering the entire back catalogue of The Beatles.