Afternoons

Friday 19 December 2014, with Simon Mercep

Audio from Friday 19 December 2014

Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.

  • NZ Society ( 10′ 11″ )

    14:20 Its been six months since a Christchurch woman started helping the local homeless community with food and clothing. Today the people she's helped talk about the difference it's made.

1:10 Best song ever written

Mary, Did You Know - Hayley Westenra.  Nominated by Kay McKenzie. 

1:20 NZ Live

With jazz flute player, Miho Wada

Miho Wada

2:10 Reverend Samuel Marsden
As Christmas draws ever nearer, so do the bicentennial celebrations of the introduction of Christianity to New Zealand.
The man credited with making that introduction is Reverend Samuel Marsden. He arrived in the Bay of Islands in December 1814. The Reverend's great, great, great grandson (also Rev Samuel Marsden) speaks to Simon Mercep. 

2:20 Hope for the Homeless - Katy Gosset

Later in the show: hope for the homeless.  It's been six months since a Christchurch woman started helping the local homeless community with food and clothing. Today the people she's helped talk about the difference its made.

New Zealand Society

2:30 NZ Reading

Peter Hambleton reads the final part of 'How To Catch A Cricket Match'  by Harry Ricketts.

2:45 Feature album

Joan Armatrading, Joan Armatrading (1976).  

3:10 Your Weekend

3.10  Fresh Fast Food - Julie Biuso
3.20  Weekend Wine - Belinda Jackson
3.26 Movie Review - Sarah McMullan

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show with Julie Moffett, Jim Mora, Michelle Boag and Dr Brian Edwards.