January 19-25 2013 Issue 3793by Listener Archive
<h3>COVER STORY</h3> <h4>Modern manners</h4>
Modern manners - Are traditional attitudes ruining our relationships?
In this week's issue, Catherine Woulfe reports on benevolent sexism and how academics believe more than 80% of us exhibit signs of benevolent sexism; Karyn Scherer reports on the world's city populations; Anthony Doesburg speaks with expatriate Kiwi journalist Tim Radford about his career and how he spent a good part of it trying to interest the public in science; and David Cohen speaks with Porirua Mayor Nick Leggett, who became a councillor at 19 and took the top job at 31.
The princess and the plea
Century of the city
'There is nothing frightening about science'
Young & restless
The Project host talks about government underfunding of DoC, being told to cheer up by Maggie Barry, and wanting to crush Hosking.Read more
Documentary maker Annie Goldson has gone behind the headlines to create a remarkable portrait of Kim Dotcom – the man who changed the way we use the iRead more
It's still "party vote National", but the PM says he wants National voters to support the Act leader in Epsom and United Future leader in Ohariu.Read more
Greens co-leader calls for amnesty for beneficiaries who break the law, but didn't know one existed around the time she lied about her circumstances.Read more
Diana Wichtel reviews The Dance Exponents: Why Does Love?Read more
Formal complaint numbers hit 917 last year, a near doubling from 2012, as calls mount for an independent investigation body to monitor them.Read more