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REPEATED PROGRAMMES THIS WEEK (27th July to 1st August):
Radio Kidnappers regularly repeats some of its community programmes shortly after they have been first broadcast.

MONDAY 27TH JULY:   1:30pm: "BRAIN INJURY ASSOCIATION HB"
  4:01pm: "BEST OF BLUEGRASS"
TUESDAY 28TH JULY: 10:01am: "A WOMAN'S WORLD"
  11:01am: "EARTH GARDENS"
  12:01pm: "FOOT BLISS""
  4:01pm: "GREY POWER"
WEDNESDAY 29TH JULY: 11:01am: "HB CANCER SOCIETY"
  12:01pm: "HB POETRY LIVE"
4:01pm: "HB SCIENTISTS ON AIR"
THURSDAY 30TH JULY: 10:01am: "LIFE UNLIMITED HEARING ON AIR"
  1:01pm: "NAPIER FAMILY CENTRE"
  2:01pm: "SOFT LIGHTS AND SWEET MUSIC" - with Geoff
  3:01pm: "CITIZENS BRASS" - with Norma
  4:01pm: "POPULAR CLASSICS" - with Fred
SATURDAY 1ST AUGUST: 12:01pm: "NEVILLE RIDES THE BOUNDARIES" - topical farming and rural issues
  1:01pm: "INSPIRATIONAL WOMEN"
  2:01pm: "VOLUNTEERING MATTERS"
  3:01pm: "HB CANCER SOCIETY"
  4:01pm: "ACUPUNCTURE ON AIR"
  5:01pm: "A WOMAN'S WORLD"





'THE SEA WEEK TEAM' : Thursday 30th July, at 11:01am
In this month's programme from the National Aquarium, Jake and Tara talk about THE PENGUIN.




'NEVILLE RIDES THE BOUNDARIES' : Friday 31st July, at 12noon
This is a weekly programme which is compiled at our sister Access station in Taranaki, featuring regular guests and covering topics of interest to the wider rural and farming community. Your host is Neville Wallace.

On this week's programme, we hear from:
  • Lyn Webster [Northland dairy farmer]
  • Barbara Kuriger [Taranaki-KingCountry MP]
  • Don Nicholson
  • Andrew Fleming [author]
The programme is repeated at 12noon on Saturdays.




'THE EMOTIONAL FREEDOM SHOW' : Friday 31st July, at 3pm
Diana Rickman presents a fortnightly programme explaining the use and benefits of the Emotional Freedom Technique to help attain better health and wellbeing in your daily life. In the next show, she talks particularly about Quitting Smoking.

The programme is repeated at the same time on the following Friday.




'THE POLISH SHOW' and 'THE RUSSIAN SHOW' : Saturday 1st August (104.7FM only)
These are weekly programmes of interest to our Russian and Polish communities respectively. Compiled at our sister Access station in Taranaki, the topics and information covered are of a generic nature and will be of relevance to those nationalities wherever they are residing.

1st August at 6:30pm: THE RUSSIAN SHOW - "Herbs For Health"
1st August25th July at 7:00pm: THE POLISH SHOW - "How It Was In Your Parents' Day"

Both programmes play on 104.7FM only and will be live-streamed over the Internet.




'THE SUNDAY MORNING & EVENING SERMONS' : this week
This programme can be heard twice a day on Sundays - at 9am and again at 7pm. Each programme will have a different speaker, over a span of a number of weeks.

  2nd August at 9:00am: Pastor Nigel Woodley (Flaxmere Christian Fellowship) - "The Outpouring Of The Holy Spirit" [Part 1 of 3]
  2nd August at 7:00pm: Youth Pastor Daniel Shoaf (Bay Baptist Church) - "The Women At The Well - Jesus, The Living Water"





WAYNE'S MUSIC : Mondays at 11am
Wayne Mowat photo
Well-known broadcaster Wayne Mowat is a recent and welcome addition to the Radio Kidnappers airwaves. Wayne was a local identity on 2ZC in the 1970s before he moved on to the commercial network and ultimately National Radio for many years.

Wayne retired in 2014 but is now living locally and is keen to continue entertaining us with his favourite music. Join Wayne for an hour each week for his knowledgeable, well-presented and popular shows.




SCHEDULE CHANGES
We are realigning the days and times of a number of programmes to streamline some present operational requirements, and to make some spaces available for future possibilities. A summary of the changes is below, or check out the Schedule page for fuller details.
  • "CROSSROAD CONNECTION" moves to 10:30am Sundays fortnightly [from 5pm Thu fortnightly]
  • "CROSSROAD CONNECTION" (repeat) moves to 7:30pm Fridays fortnightly [from 10:30pm Sun fortnightly]
  • "DE WEEK DIE WAS" (repeat) moves to 6:30pm Fridays [from 7pm Thu]
  • "LIBRARY LIVE!" moves to 1pm, 2nd Friday [from 7:30pm, 2nd Thu]
  • "REFORMED CHURCH" (repeat) moves to 11am Sundays fortnightly [from 5pm Thu fortnightly]
  • "SUPERSONIC 70s" returns, to 9pm Thursdays
  • "THE DIRECT UK CHART SHOW" moves to 5pm Thursdays [from 8pm Thu]
  • "THE DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTRE SHOW" moves to 7:30pm, 4th Wednesday [from 5:30pm, 4th Thu]
  • "THE GOD QUESTION" returns, to 10am Sundays fortnightly
And from 21st July:
  • "DJ STATIC's SMOOTH GROOVES" moves to 8pm Tuesdays [from 7pm Tue]
  • "MONDAY MISCELLANY" (repeat) moves to 7pm Tuesdays [from 5pm Tue]
  • "REVISITING THE SIXTIES" moves to 5pm Tuesdays [from 9pm Tue]





'BEST OF BLUEGRASS' : Tuesdays at 3pm
We welcome back Trevor Ruffell with another series of his popular "BEST OF BLUEGRASS" country-music shows. Tune in Tuesdays at 3pm (from 2nd June) for his weekly 1hr programme.




'INSPIRATIONAL WOMEN' : Wednesday 29th July at 9:10am
In this episode, Megan Williams talks with talented Victoria University postgraduate AMY FOSTER from Havelock North, about her studies towards a PhD in Chemistry, and her ambitions as a researcher and teacher.

Amy is a scientific researcher with a thoughtful approach to her research objectives far beyond that expected of someone at such an early stage of her scientific career. A particular interest is the way the human body synthesises and metabolises carbohydrate groups responsible for huge numbers of biological processes, and she has worked on the synthesis of a new candidate carbohydrate molecule for the treatment of cancer.

Amy first discovered her love of teaching while working as a demonstrator in undergraduate chemistry laboratories, and is lead tutor in a second year organic chemistry course and also tutors students at local secondary schools. As a student member of the New Zealand Institute of Chemistry (NZIC) Wellington branch, Amy has helped organise a yearly quiz for 200 Y12-13 students, focusing on promoting chemistry as a study option for school students. Amy has also helped to judge the NZIC regional science fair, plus manages to fit in some sports interests!

On completion of her degree, Amy plans to take up an academic position in New Zealand.

The interview will be repeated on Saturday 1st August, at 1pm.




'A POLITICAL PERSPECTIVE' : CLAYTON MITCHELL
Clayton Mitchell photo
Each Wednesday, at 9:01am, Clayton Mitchell, List MP for NZ First, gives us his views and comments on the political issues of the moment.

This will be repeated on Saturday mornings, along with current news and views from representatives of other political parties [as available].




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