Navigation for Sunday Morning

7:10 The Trump presidency and its international implications: a panel discussion

Eric Crampton, Negar Partow and Paul Buchanan

Eric Crampton, Negar Partow and Paul Buchanan Photo: supplied

President Donald Trump's travel ban on the citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries has dominated headlines around the globe this week. Canadian-born economist Eric Crampton, Negar Partow - a senior lecturer at Massey University's Centre for Defence and Security Studies, and Paul Buchanan - a former intelligence analyst for the US government and regular commentator on international affairs join Wallace to discuss the likely international implications of the Trump presidency.

7:32 David Geary - a Kiwi north of the border

David Geary is a Kiwi playwright based in Vancouver. He joins Wallace to discuss Canada's response to Donald Trump, this week's mass shooting in Quebec, the passing of a respected Native Canadian leader, and the politics of the Super Bowl.

7:47 Kingi Kiriona - Hip hop haka

Kingi Kiriona

Kingi Kiriona Photo: supplied

Kingi Kiriona is co-founder of Hamilton-based kapa haka group Te Iti Kahurangi. He speaks with Wallace about the release of their new album which blends hip hop and techo with kapa haka.

8:12 Insight: Rodeo: A Dusty Feud

Bull riding at the Warkworth Rodeo.

Bull riding at the Warkworth Rodeo. Photo: RNZ / Paloma Migone

Are rodeos cruel to animals or a part of our national story? Should they stay or go? Paloma Migone goes to the rodeo to explore the increasingly contentious debate between animal activists and rodeo enthusiasts.

8:40 Greg Fleming - E is for economics

AMP Capital's Head of Investment Strategy, Greg Fleming, outlines the eight E's of investing in 2017. How will elections, the elderly and electronic commerce affect your money?

9:06 Mediawatch

How journalists cope with The Great Firewall of China. Also: was Bill English's honeymoon over before it began - and was it the wowsers or the drunks who killed the Sevens - or the media?
Produced and presented by Colin Peacock and Jeremy Rose.

9:40 Simone Hunter - Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding sites are fast becoming the way that people with a project fundraise.The arts crowdfunding platform Boosted reached a milestone recently raising over $3 million. Wallace speaks to Boosted manager Simone Hunter and two artists the crowdfunding venture has helped, Jess Holley Bates and Dominic Hoey.

10:06 Carla Houkamau and Heather Came - Waitangi

Dr Carla Houkamau and Dr Heather Came discuss some of the issues surrounding Waitangi Day.

10:35 Robert Proctor - The study of ignorance

Professor Robert Proctor

Professor Robert Proctor Photo: supplied

In this era of 'post-truth' and 'fake news' who do we turn to to find out what's real and what's not? Stanford science historian, Professor Robert Proctor is an expert in ignorance - he joins Wallace to talk about why we are all living in 'the golden age of ignorance.'








11:05 Susan Rogers - Producing Prince


Prince Photo: supplied

Wallace talks to legendary producer, Susan Rogers about her time producing the late, great, Prince.