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  1. Representing the reprehensible: Australian criminal lawyer Andrew Boe | RNZ

    How tough would it be to defend a nationalist politician whose views would see you and your family deported from the country they now call home? Australian criminal lawyer Andrew Boe arrived in Queensland from Burma- now Myanmar- with his parents as a child. He’s risen to become one of Australia’s top barristers, and in his book The Truth Hurts he reflects on his three decades in the law, some previous clients (including serial killer Ivan Milat and right wing politician Pauline Hanson) and what is wrong with Australia’s criminal justice system. With an increasing interest in indigenous issues and a track record of representing some of the most vulnerable people in society, as well as some of the most notorious and privileged too, he sees that not everyone is treated equally in the eyes of the law.

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/saturday/audio/2018764730/representing-the-reprehensible-australian-criminal-lawyer-andrew-boe

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  2. Caitlin Moran: More Than A Woman | RNZ

    Big bums, married sex, Botox, teenagers and ageing parents. Columnist and author Caitlin Moran has tackled writing about the challenges of middle age with the same passion and humour that endeared her to readers of her best-selling feminist memoir How to Be a Woman. Her brand new book More Than A Woman is a guide to growing older. Moran was a published author at the age of 16 and became a columnist at The Times at 18. She has been named Columnist of the Year six times. She’s also written two volumes of collected journalism, Moranthology and Moranifesto, and a novel, How to Build a Girl, which has been adapted as a movie.

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/saturday/audio/2018762728/caitlin-moran-more-than-a-woman

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  3. Cannabis referendum: Juliet Gerrard explains | RNZ

    As the general election draws near so to does the referendum on legalising recreational cannabis. The Cannabis Legislation and Control Bill would allow people aged 20 or over to buy up to 14 grams of cannabis per day, but only from businesses with a licence to sell it. It would make it legal to grow a certain amount of cannabis on private property. In a bid to make those voting in September as informed as possible - the Prime Minister’s chief science advisor Juliet Gerrard has released information on the possible impacts of legalising cannabis. Juliet Gerrard joins Kathryn Ryan to talk about the work.

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/ninetonoon/audio/2018762219/cannabis-referendum-juliet-gerrard-explains

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  4. Samantha Power: top US diplomat’s life and career | RNZ

    Former US President Barack Obama declared Samantha Power to be one of his country’s "foremost thinkers on foreign policy". She was human rights adviser to the Obama White House before becoming the youngest ever US Ambassador to the United Nations. She was a war correspondent in Bosnia and went on to win a Pulitzer Prize for her book A Problem from Hell - America and the Age of Genocide. She’s currently a Professor at Harvard Law School and the Harvard Kennedy School and has recently released a memoir The Education of An Idealist.

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/saturday/audio/2018756540/samantha-power-top-us-diplomat-s-life-and-career

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