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95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: March 30, 2020

95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: March 30, 2020 95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: March 30, 2020, 323.87 MB
Mon 30 Mar 2020

Today on your bFM Breakfast: Rachel's in the studio and Tess is broadcasting from home, what a world we live in; we've got Justine Sachs on the line to run us through our employee rights; and Jenna dials in with a book review, something tender to help us through. Modern technology is impressive, eh?

Loose Reads w/ Jenna Todd: March 30, 2020

Loose Reads w/ Jenna Todd: March 30, 2020 Loose Reads w/ Jenna Todd: March 30, 2020, 11.4 MB
Mon 30 Mar 2020

Jenna joins us on Breakfast with a book recommendation that's sure to make you feel really nice. Separation Anxiety by Laura Zigman is a tender read with witty dialogue that's divided up into three parts, Jenna reckons it's very relatable for the current environment without being too heavy. Definitely one to chuck on your reading list.

The Big Q: Getting the message across: What is public diplomacy? March 30, 2020

The Big Q: Getting the message across: What is public diplomacy? March 30, 2020 The Big Q: Getting the message across: What is public diplomacy? March 30, 2020, 31.7 MB
Mon 30 Mar 2020

What is public diplomacy and how effective can it be? While it has a long history, the study of public diplomacy is only becoming more salient in an age of globalisation and increasing digital communication posing both new challenges and opportunities for governments. Doug Becker speaks with Daniel Aguirre Azócar and Nicholas Cull about public diplomacy, its foundations, and effectiveness.


The Big Q website: www.thebigq.org
 

Red Dead Redemption w/ Justine Sachs: March 30, 2020

Red Dead Redemption w/ Justine Sachs: March 30, 2020 Red Dead Redemption w/ Justine Sachs: March 30, 2020, 16.48 MB
Mon 30 Mar 2020

Your friendly local union rep and activist Justine Sachs is helming a new segment on the Brekky show to help suss any employment and union queries you might have. This week we get the ball rolling with a chat about useful unions you can join, what your employer can/can't ask of you in terms of taking leave during the Covid-19 rāhui, and solidarity amongst co-workers. Whakarongo mai! 

The Green Party's James Shaw: March 30, 2020

The Green Party's James Shaw: March 30, 2020 The Green Party's James Shaw: March 30, 2020, 17.23 MB
Mon 30 Mar 2020

James Shaw catches up with Sherry as usual speaking from his own rāhui space where he has a home office set up. Today they talk about updates on COVID-19 following NZ’s first death, the preparedness of our health system heading into flu season and support for our aged communities.

Music and Theatre under Rāhui w/ Emily Edrosa and Freya Finch: March 30, 2020

Music and Theatre under Rāhui w/ Emily Edrosa and Freya Finch: March 30, 2020 Music and Theatre under Rāhui w/ Emily Edrosa and Freya Finch: March 30, 2020, 15.18 MB
Mon 30 Mar 2020

The Arts have been deeply affected by the Covid-19 Rāhui and are quickly coming up with ways to evolve and survive in this new virtual climate. Zoë Larsen Cumming talks to LA based musician Emily Edrosa about her experience with live streaming and how the music industry is placed to make the online shift. She also chats to actor, director, and theatre maker Freya Finch about live streaming in the theatre world, and what is lost and gained when theatre becomes virtual.

Quarantine after Student Exchange w/ Jess Dellabarca: March 30th, 2020

Quarantine after Student Exchange w/ Jess Dellabarca: March 30th, 2020 Quarantine after Student Exchange w/ Jess Dellabarca: March 30th, 2020, 2.3 MB
Mon 30 Mar 2020

Prime minister Jacinda Arden recently announced that up to 10,000 New Zealanders will be quarantined after returning from overseas. Multiple police officers have been reported at airports ushering recent travelers to be quarantined at hotels and campervans. As of March 26th, the Ministry reported no campervans have yet to be used. 

Jess Dellabarca is an Auckland university student who recently came back from the Netherlands on student exchange. She’s currently being quaranted at a hotel in Auckland, as she is unable to return home to Wellington with all domestic travel banned. Sherry Zhang begins by asking her on how the travel back home was.

 

The Wire with Lillian: March 30th, 2020

The Wire with Lillian: March 30th, 2020 The Wire with Lillian: March 30th, 2020, 104.24 MB
Mon 30 Mar 2020

We have the regular weekly chat with Green Party co-leader James Shaw

Zoe Larsen Cumming talks to musician Emily Edrosa and actor and director Freya Finch about moving their respective fields in the arts into virtual spaces. 

James talks to Peter Fergusson, the CEO of Leukaemia and Blood Cancer NZ about the situation with cancer patients as well as non-for-profit organisations 

Southern Cross segment as usual with the latest happenings in the Asia-Pacific region in regards to Covid19

And Sherry has a chat with someone who has returned from overseas and is in quarantine in a hotel

Cancer Patients & Non-for-profit Organisations w/ Peter Fergusson: March 30, 2020

Cancer Patients & Non-for-profit Organisations w/ Peter Fergusson: March 30, 2020 Cancer Patients & Non-for-profit Organisations w/ Peter Fergusson: March 30, 2020, 12.3 MB
Mon 30 Mar 2020

Over the past couple weeks, especially now that we are on level 4, there has been a real emphasis on looking after those who are immunocompromised as well as the elderly. This includes cancer patients, especially those who are currently undertaking treatment. While there are talks of at home treatments being developed, currently patients will still have to go into clinics for treatments. James talked to the CEO of Leukaemia and Blood Cancer New Zealand, Peter Fergusson, about how they are going with reaching patients and what progress is being made to succeed in these new conditions. James also ended up talking to Peter about how non-for-profit organisations are coping, especially ones like LBCNZ where funding has tanked and the pressure to meet demand has increased.

The Audible World: March 29, 2020

The Audible World: March 29, 2020.mp3 mp3, 238.28 MB
Sun 29 Mar 2020

The music of Brittany