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Worry Week: Pride: February 15, 2019

Worry Week: Pride: February 15, 2019 Worry Week: Pride: February 15, 2019, 12.77 MB
Fri 15 Feb 2019

Laura Kvigstad spoke with Marketing Lecture from The University of Auckland, Gavin Northey about corporate participation in Pride. Laura asked if he thought corporations pulling out of Pride were about being on the right side of history.

 

This day in history: 14th February, 2019

This day in history: 14th February, 2019 This day in history: 14th February, 2019, 27.42 MB
Thu 14 Feb 2019

This day in history goes back to 2011 for the start of the Bahraini Uprising, which took place as part of the wider Arab Spring.

Examining the State of the Nation Report with CPAG: 14th February, 2019

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Thu 14 Feb 2019

Grace speaks to Janfrie Wakim, co-convenor of the Child Poverty Action Group, about the Salvation Army's State of the Nation report, and it's possible outcomes for New Zealand children living below the poverty line.

The Wire with Grace, Ben and Oscar; February 14, 2019

The Wire with Grace, Ben and Oscar; February 14, 2019 The Wire with Grace, Ben and Oscar; February 14, 2019, 91.15 MB
Thu 14 Feb 2019

The Complete Thursday Wire produced by Oscar Perress, Ben Goldson and Grace Watson for the 14th of February, 2019. 

Looking at Moving Forward with Mental Health w/ Chlöe Swarbrick; February 14, 2019

Looking at Moving Forward with Mental Health w/ Chlöe Swarbrick; February 14, 2019 Looking at Moving Forward with Mental Health w/ Chlöe Swarbrick; February 14, 2019, 23.84 MB
Thu 14 Feb 2019

Host Oscar Perress talked to Chlöe Swarbrick about the new mental health pilot programme for under 25's launching in Porirua, as well as a few intricacies of future programmes.

The Wire with Harry: February 13, 2019

The Wire with Harry: February 13, 2019 The Wire with Harry: February 13, 2019, 106.45 MB
Wed 13 Feb 2019

On Dear Science today we talk about plants and CO2, the ocean changing colour and contraception use in the United States following Trump’s election win.

Fletcher Tabuteau from NZ First is back after a few weeks and tells us what he’s been up to and his reponse to NZ First polling so low this week.

Dayne Smith, founder of the I Love Avondale social mediai page, speaks to us about community engagement in the neighbourhood.

And a play in the Fringe festival raising money for Youthline is about the perils of flatting.

I/V on This Is How We're Gonna Die play: February 13, 2019

I/V on This Is How We're Gonna Die play: February 13, 2019 I/V on This Is How We're Gonna Die play: February 13, 2019, 8.09 MB
Wed 13 Feb 2019

This is How We’re Gonna Die is a play set in a flat with the flatmates faced with the prospect of the world ending. It is raising money for Youthline this year and is playing as part of the Fringe festival, with shows starting next week. Kelly Gilbride is a co-founder of PG Productions, along with Lana Petrovic. Lana wrote the play and Kelly directed it. Steven Maxwell is acting in it. Lillian Hanly had Kelly and Steve in studio to talk about the play and how difficult flatting can be.

Dear Science: February 13, 2019

Dear Science: February 13, 2019 Dear Science: February 13, 2019, 19.1 MB
Wed 13 Feb 2019

On Dear Science today we talk about plants and CO2, the ocean changing colour and contraception use in the United States following Trump’s election win.

Pride w/ Phylesha Brown-Acton: February 11, 2019

Pride w/ Phylesha Brown-Acton: February 11, 2019 Pride w/ Phylesha Brown-Acton: February 11, 2019, 29.37 MB
Tue 12 Feb 2019

The Our March pride event happened over the weekend, along with other events throughout Tāmaki Makaurau over the week. Much commentary from mainstream media was questioning the event in the wake of a number of corporate sponsors pulling out following the Auckland PRide Boards decision to ban police uniforms. Phylesha Brown-Acton is a board member to the auckland pride festival incorporated society organisation. Lillian Hanly spoke with Phylesha to find out more about Our March, and the history of the pride events.

The Pill - Misconceptions w/ Laura Ingram: February 12, 2019

The Pill - Misconceptions w/ Laura Ingram: February 12, 2019 The Pill - Misconceptions w/ Laura Ingram: February 12, 2019, 8.01 MB
Tue 12 Feb 2019

A recent study has shown that the majority of women think they need to "take a break" from oral contraceptive pills every couple of years. But there is actually no biological evidence for "giving your body a break" from the contraceptive pill. So how do myths about contraception come about? Olivia Holdsworth spoke to Family Planning’s nurse advisor Laura Ingram about this issue and started by asking what are the side effects of the pill?