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Interviews on the Morning Show

Episode Playlist
Local Flamenco Dancer( 0:34:7)       
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Hannet Engel is performing at a fundraiser flamenco show at the Morrinsville Gallery this weekend. Hannet talks about the history of flamenco and her own journey from first discovering the art form when she was 15
Published: 7/06/2024 11:47:11 a.m.
The Whaingaroa Whai Story( 0:24:6)       
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Coach Chad and player Tim join us in the studio to talk about their journey in the Waikato's newest league team the Whaingaroa Whai.
Published: 6/06/2024 11:26:02 a.m.
Raglan Electricity is Back - Sort Of( 0:7:14)       
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We talk to Steve Hull WEL Networks Operations Manager about the temporary solution to Raglan's power outage and how long before we get back to full power.
Published: 30/05/2024 4:31:33 p.m.
Pasta Paradiso( 0:25:26)       
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Candice and Mateo join us to talk about the Pasta they make and their amazing vehicle - a refurbished van from the 1950s
Published: 24/05/2024 11:59:44 a.m.
Billy Stairmand Interview( 0:10:15)       
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We catch Billy as he's about to hit the water for practice ahead of this weekend's surf comp. We also check in about his preparations for the Olympics which are coming up in just a couple of months
Published: 23/05/2024 11:27:37 a.m.
Palestine Lecture Tuesday Night Hamilton( 0:19:0)       
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Professor Mazin Qumsiyeh will be speaking at 6:30 at the Catholic Cathedral in Hamilton on Tuesday night and we talk to Kate Hayward, one of the orgnisers about what we can expect from the lecture
Published: 20/05/2024 11:59:41 a.m.
Maungatautari to Pirongia Ecological Corridor( 0:23:3)       
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After 3 years of work we catch up with Bexie Towle to talk about the success of the Taiea Te Taiao - Maungatautari to Pirongia Ecological Corridor project
Published: 15/05/2024 11:49:47 a.m.
The Space in Raglan for 9 Years( 0:23:57)       
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It's not quite 10 years but Bexie Towle joins us in the studio to talk about the growth of yoga in our community 9 years after The Space went into business
Published: 15/05/2024 11:46:59 a.m.
Community Energy Whaingaroa( 0:22:12)       
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Jodi and Tania are in studio to tell about this new community group and about future plans including power generation, workshops to help make your home warmer and also training locals to be experts in healthy homes
Published: 14/05/2024 11:42:18 a.m.
Waka Ama This Saturday( 0:19:16)       
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With over a thousand paddlers descending on Raglan, Sarah Harihari joins us to talk about the event, who's paddling and what times and places we need to be to see the races
Published: 9/05/2024 11:35:56 a.m.
Wild Whaea Comedy Show Saturday( 0:25:59)       
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Local Selena Coombes and Jaqi Taimana join us ahead of the Women's Comedy show at the Raglan Club on Saturday. They and 6 other women comedians are putting on a showcase for the local community
Published: 26/04/2024 11:45:11 a.m.
Lindsay Amner - ANZAC History( 0:24:47)       
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Army Historian and Educator Major (retired) Lindsay Amner will be at the Old School on Wednesday night to talk about his rare collection of army history books, stories from Gallipoli and why he thinks ANZAC day is on the wrong date
Published: 23/04/2024 1:01:05 p.m.
Yoga for Perimenopause( 0:24:18)       
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Dianne Davies is holding a seven week yoga course for women going through perimenopause - she joins us to talk about the benefits of yoga and the very recent science that has been emerging on the topic of menopause.
Published: 18/04/2024 11:47:29 a.m.
Submitting On The Fast Tracks Approvals bill( 0:5:15)       
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Jasmine from the local climate action is here to talk about tonight's workshop for people who want to know how to submit to this government bill
Published: 17/04/2024 11:56:38 a.m.
Dougal Greer - Seabed Mining Science( 0:29:21)       
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TTR's science is out of date and full of holes so we've invited in local scientist Dougal Greer to explain the details, following his submission at the EPA hearings on sediment plume modelling.
Published: 11/04/2024 10:30:00 a.m.