9:00am to Midday with Andrew Urquhart, also included are the daily lifestyle segments which feature new topics every day.
Just 2 weeks until Christmas, and if you are stuck for great gift ideas the Leprosy Mission has some Really Good Gifts. Brent Morgan Leprosy Mission talks about how we can give gifts that keep on giving, communicating values of Social Justice which bring transformation difference to those impacted by Leprosy
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Darren Ward from cbm reflects on the inspirational life of Nelson Mandela. A powerful example of a man who lived his life constantly striving for values such as Equality, Inclusion and Reconciliation. His greatest legacy perhaps the way he has inspired others to become better people and make a difference in this world.
The Memorial Service for Nelson Mandela was held overnight NZ time, with many leaders giving tribute to the life and legacy of this remarkable man. Vicky Gibbens from UCB News in the UK takes a look at some of the key moments of his life - a man who brought historical change to South Africa and ended a policy of racial segregation known as apartheid.
With just two weeks till Christmas Eve, many people are racing around the shops getting presents, but Holly Wiseman has got some great ideas for Homemade Christmas gifts with Andrew Urquhart.
Julie Crean from Plan My Play talks about the good simple fun we used to have before we needed to have a screen to be entertained. She has a box of good ideas to help us rediscover the lost art of play, and a list of 100 recreational challenges we can try with friends and family over the summer.
Some bad news once again from Nigeria – where suspected Muslim herdsmen slaughtered 37 Christians in coordinated attacks on four Plateau state villages after Boko Haram terrorists killed at least 34 Christians in Borno state earlier this month. Dan Wooding from Assist News has the details.
Nelson Mandela is someone who is respected and admired from across the political spectrum around the world. Dr Bryce Edwards talks about the Politics of who will be representing New Zealand at the memorial service.
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Even at this busy time of the year Ian Grant is not too busy to pop into the studio with some more great parenting advice.
This week’s question: "We have a blended family, with quite a big gap between our oldest girl (15) and other children aged 11, 8 and 5. We are facing problems with discipline as our younger children are wanting some of the same freedoms as their older sister particularly over bedtimes and computer access. This is complicated because I am not the biological parent of our oldest but want to be fair and consistent, and also not cause division between me and my husband. Any advice?"
Claire Sara from Urban Heart Productions talks about the Christmas Theatrical production "A Ryan Family Christmas".
The dramatic story of a modern family who, by a sudden turn of events are hurled into an alternate reality. As they journey through this obscure realm, they meet 'The Artist', a mysterious voice who leads them to the heart of Christmas.
13th and 14th December at 7:00pm, Dunedin Elim, 67 Harrow Street.