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'ACUPUNCTURE ON AIR' : Monday 25th May at 9:30am
This month, your host Heiko Lade chats with acupuncturist KATE ROBERTS.




WAYNE'S MUSIC : Mondays at 11am
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We welcome well-known broadcaster Wayne Mowat 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.




'HASTINGS LIONS ON AIR' : Monday 25th May at 1:01pm
In this month's programme, Alan Harvey chats with fellow Hastings Host Lions Club member SAM BROWNE.




'COLLABORATIVE VOICES' : Monday 25th May at 7pm
In this month's programme, Ros talks with PAUL BARBER (Policy Advisor for NZ Christian Council of Social Services), about Inequality and Poverty.




'BRAIN INJURY ASSOCIATION HB' : Wednesday 27th May at 12:30pm
Join Dairne for this month's programme - she'll be talking with Kathy about her journey through injury.




Vacancies - Trustees For Radio Kidnappers
We are currently seeking applications from persons who are interested in becoming a trustee for Radio Kidnappers.

Further details are available here: Trustee-Brief & Application-Process and Application-Form.




2015 HB REGIONAL RACE UNITY SPEECH AWARDS : Saturday 23rd May at 1:01pm
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The Race Unity Speech Awards are an annual national contest for senior high school students. They date back to 2001, when the NZ Baha'i community initiated and organised the Awards in support of Race Relations Day. Initially held just in Auckland, the competition has now spread to many other parts of the country, including Hawkes Bay.

This is a report on the HB Regional Finals which were held on 26th March at the Waiohiki Creative Arts Village.

The four HB entrants were: Sarah Morton (HGHS), Doug Winterburn (NBHS), Ariana Lander (HNHS), and Romaine Crawford (Karamu HS).

The three Hawke's Bay regional judges this year were Jenny Roberston (Head of The English Language School at the EIT), Police Senior Sergeant David Sutherland, and Margot Macphail from the Hastings Baha’i community.

Ariana Lander went on to represent Hawkes Bay at the national semi-finals in Auckland, with the runner-up being Sarah Morton. Congratulations to all participants for their excellent presentations.





'TWO FOR JAZZ' :
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This new 1hr programme can be heard each Monday afternoon at 3pm, and will feature twin-spin jazz with a theme that links the two tracks together. Tunes that you'll love and tunes that will give you a greater appreciation of jazz through its many and varied forms.

For more information, check out the Two For Jazz Programmes page.




'A POLITICAL PERSPECTIVE' : CLAYTON MITCHELL
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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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