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Über die aktuellen Entwicklungen der Corona-Pandemie sprechen RNZ-Chefredakteur Klaus Welzel und Politik-Redakteur Benjamin Auber mit Fachleuten wie dem Virologen Hans-Georg Kräusslich.
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84-year-old DJ Vika is a star of Warsaw nightclubs - she is a hit with young people and also DJs at a weekly senior citizens club. A new documentary follows Vika on her mission to age on her own terms. Director Agnieszka Zwiefka speaks to Charlotte Ryan.
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Mapuna is at the Auckland offices of the leading Maori architect, Nicholas Dalton, and the firm he founded, TOA. Among its many achievements are the award winning Te Taumata O Kupe, the multi-coloured masterpiece at Te Mahurehure marae in Auckland's Point Chevalier, the huge waka which resided on the city's waterfront during the 2011 Rugby World Cu…
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UK artist and gay rights activist Derek Jarman is best known for his defiantly provocative avant-garde films, including Caravaggio (1986) and The Garden (1990) starring longtime collaborator and muse Tilda Swinton. Jarman was also a prolific painter, writer, set designer, performer and gardener. He died 30 years ago at just 52 of an AIDS related il…
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American cult expert Dr Janja Lalich knows from experience how paralysed a person can feel within a high-control group. In the late 70s and early 80s, she was a high-up member of a political cult called the Democratic Workers Party. Dr Lalich's advice to anyone interested in joining a new group is to slow down and do your research before signing up…
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Methodist leader John Wesley had some good tips for singing hymns, including this one: "Sing lustily and with good courage. Beware of singing as if you were half dead, or half asleep; but lift up your voice with strength". Sing along to an uplifting selection of hymns in this week's programme.
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This week on Country Life, we take you inside a beehive and the mind of a man who's been tending to them for half a century, we head to an on-farm Charolais bull auction near Motukarara and we meet a North Otago farming family that's spinning a new yarn, producing 100% woollen coats.
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Pharmacists have described trying to get hold of two types of HRT patches, used to mitigate symptoms of peri-menopause and menopause as a lottery, leaving some women forced to mix their dosage, pay extra for treatment or simply go without, Louise Ternouth reports.
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Asia correspondent Erin Hale speaks to Lisa Owen about tensions rising between the EU and China over electric vehicle exports, the G7 summit seeing the signing of a multi-year security agreement between Japan and Ukraine and some endangered horses being released in Kazakhstan.
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