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7:10 The voting age - a panel discussion

Andrew Mycock, Aria Brighton-Mills, Liam McLeavey and Zachary Wong

Andrew Mycock, Aria Brighton-Mills, Liam McLeavey and Zachary Wong Photo: supplied

Children's Commissioner Andrew Becroft recently called for a lowering of the voting age and the advocacy group, Action Stations, is running a national petition calling for 16 year olds to be enfranchised. So, is it an idea whose time has come? Joining Wallace to discuss that are: Andy Mycock a lecturer in politics at Huddersfield University and a member of the UK's Youth Citizenship Commission in 2008; Zachary Wong, co-chair of the Howick Youth Council, Aria Brighton-Mills is a student at Wellington East Girls, and, Liam McLeavey a member of the Ministry of Youth's advisory group.

7:30 News Headlines

7:32 The House

A weekly digest of the events in Parliament.
Produced and presented by Daniela Maoate-Cox and Phil Smith

7:47 First time candidate: Will Fourie

Will Fourie

Will Fourie Photo: RNZ

In the fifth of our series of interviews with first time candidates in this year's general election we speak to Will Fourie - a data analyst who is standing for The Conservative Party.

Earlier interviews in the series: Tim van de Molen - National; Jan Tinetti - Labour; Golriz Ghahraman- Greens; Geoff Simmons - TOP








8:12 Insight: Will Cameras End Fish-Dumping?


Photo: RNZ/Conan Young

Over-fishing, fish-dumping, and what regulators are doing about it, has caused constant tension between conservationists and those earning their living off the sea. Environmentalists claim the agency in charge of policing our fishery is too cosy with commercial operators and has been turning a blind eye to breaches. Fishers say they're being unfairly targeted. RNZ's Conan Young attempts to find out what is going on and whether putting cameras on the entire fleet will help.

8:40 Liz Rowe - Chocolate

Wallace talks to Dunedin artisan Liz Rowe about the art of making chocolate.

9:06 Mediawatch

Bill English springs a Super surprise on political reporters; spinning yarns with our farmers; are journalists working for campaign groups still journalists - or campaigners?
Produced and presented by Colin Peacock and Jeremy Rose.

9:40 Elisapeta Heta - Maori and architecture

Elisapeta Heta

Elisapeta Heta Photo: Supplied

Elisapeta Heta is an architectural graduate who recently joined the board of the New Zealand Institute of Architects as a representative of Nga Aho - Aotearoa's national network of Māori design professionals. Elisapeta (Ngāti Wai, Waikato Tainui) helped set up the Waka Maia group to promote Maori culture and values, at architectural firm Jasmax. A kawenata (covenant) between Ngā Aho and the NZIA, recognising Te Tiriti o Waitangi, was signed at the NZIA conference last month.

10:06 Mike Elizondo - Producing hip hop's biggest names

Mike Elizondo is best known for his collaboration with some of the hip hop world's biggest names, including Dr Dre, Eminem and Jay Z. He joins Wallace to talk about his amazing music career and what it's like laying down beats with Snoop Dogg.

10:35 Jonathan Kennett - Touring Aotearoa

Photo: supplied

Cycle enthusiast Jonathan Kennett joins Wallace to talk about touring Aotearoa by bike from Cape Reinga to Bluff.

Martin Langdon

Martin Langdon Photo: Supplied

11:05 Martin Langdon - TEMP Festival

Auckland's first TEMP festival, bringing together artists and scientists for a month of installations and events around climate change, begins next week. One of the five projects is led by artist Martin Awa Clarke Langdon (Tainui, Ngai Tahu) and architect Waikare Komene from The Roots Creative Entrepreneurs. They are working with a local primary school on their TEMP project, creating organic, edible outdoor sculptures - an archway, and a community garden made from upcycled materials.The TEMP festival, runs Thursdays to Sundays from 16 March - 8 April at the Corban Estate Arts Centre and Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery.

An artist’s impression of how the TEMP park will look.

An artist’s impression of how the TEMP park will look. Photo: Supplied

11:35 Dr Emily Beausoleil - The art of listening

Massey University lecturer Dr Emily Beausoleil has been investigating the politics of listening. She joins Wallace to talk about why, now more than ever, it's critical that we all start listening to views that clash with our own opinions - and why, if we don't, the future of democracy is under threat.

Music played in this show

Artist: Hot Chocolate
Song: Everyone's A Winner
Composer: Brown
Album: Hot Chocolate: Their Hits
Label: EMI 789068
Played at: 08:42

Artist: Snoop Dogg
Song: Who Am I (What's My Name)
Composer: Clinton, Shider, Snoop Dogg, Spradley
Album: DoggyStyle
Label: Deathrow  300223
Played at: 09:40

Artist: Eminem
Song: The Real Slim Shady
Composer: Mike Elizondo, Tom Coster, Jr., Marshall Mathers, Andre Young
Album: Eminem: Curtain Call, The Hits
Label: Aftermath 988789
Played at: 10:40

Artist: Dave Dobbyn
Song: Be Mine Tonight
Composer: Dobbyn, Morris
Album: The Definitive Th' Dudes: Where Are The Girls?
Label: FMR 889006
Played at: 11:24

Artist: Bill Frisell, Ron Carter, Paul Motian
Song: On The Street Where You Live
Composer: Frederick Loewe
Album: Bill Frisell, Ron Carter, Paul Motian
Label: Nonesuch 7559798972
Played at: 11:55