The Long Lunch: In case you missed Friday

Long Lunch 05/10/2018

If you missed the show, here are the best bits to listen back to from The Long Lunch, Friday October 5th, 2018.

Is Maori incarceration in New Zealand an outcome of colonisation?

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Laura O’Connell Rapira, action station director of They’re Our Whānau collaborative research project, suggests that the disproportionate rate of Māori incarceration in this country is the direct outcome of colonisation and racism.

Veteran activist in recidence at Massey University

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Sue Bradford, veteran activist, joins Carly Flynn to discuss her groundbreaking tenure as the activist in residence at Massey University this week, some of the programmes she has been involved with, and the passing of Auckland activist Penny Bright.

Forest & Bird Bird of the Year hacked votes

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Kimberley Collins, the Forest & Bird's communications advisor, explores the apparent hacking that has affected the voting process for the annual Forest and Bird Bird of the Year award.

The slip-up includes 300 votes for the shag from a “dubious” IP address in Australia.

Inside the Silver Scrolls

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The head of APRA New Zealand Anthony Healey takes a look at last night’s Silver Scroll Awards, Marlon Williams’ securing of the top gong for 'Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore' and the rude good health of New Zealand music.

Listen to the full interviews above. 

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