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ANZAC DAY : Saturday 25th April
1:00pm : SPEECHES & POEMS (and repeated at 5pm Saturday)

For the first time this year, and as a commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings, Radio Kidnappers invited schools to put forward pupils who wished to present their ANZAC thoughts on air in the form of family memories or self-written poetry enshrining the bravery and courage and sacrifice of those who fought in previous wars and of all those who never returned home.

Contributors are: Jessica Ballinger (Taradale High School), Jack Francois (Havelock North High School), Gabby Gray (Hastings Intermediate), Sam Hiha (Napier Boys High School), Abigail May (Woodford House) and Joe Robertshawe (Havelock North Intermediate).

Jessica, Jack, Sam and Abigail were regional finalists in the recent ANZ RSA Cyril Bassett VC Speech Competition which is aimed at promoting among young people a deeper understanding and appreciation of the sacrifices made by those who have served New Zealand in wars and armed conflicts overseas, with Abigail going on to become the regional winner; she will join winners from other regions in the official Gallipoli commemorations in Turkey on April 25th.


2:00pm : THE STORY OF WAR - AND A BUGLE

This is an interview with Phillip Rankin, historian at Napier Boys High School which is now the custodian of a much-travelled WorldWar1 bugle. Hear the fascinating story of a HB boy going off to war in Europe with his bugle, what happened, and how it is connected with Napier Boys High School.


Radio Kidnappers will also be playing a selection of wartime-era music during Anzac Day.





'LOVE THAT JOB' : Tuesday 21st April at 10:01am
Janice's guest this fortnight is acupuncturist HEIKO LADE.

And in the following programme (5th May), Janice will be talking with Mark Holder from A W Holder & Sons.




'NAPIER FAMILY CENTRE : Tuesday 21st April, at 12:30pm
In this month's programme, Sue talks about Jeans Day.




REPEATED PROGRAMMES THIS WEEK (20th to 25th April):
Radio Kidnappers regularly repeats some of its community programmes shortly after they have been first broadcast.

MONDAY 20TH APRIL:   1:01pm: "THE SPIRIT SEEKER"
  4:01pm: "WOMEN'S REFUGE"
TUESDAY 21ST APRIL: 11:01am: "HB SCIENTISTS ON AIR" - DR GEOFF REID
  12:01pm: "THE DOGS SHOW ON AIR"" - Chow Chows
  4:01pm: "ON THE ROAD AGAIN" - BILL & CYNTHIA ANDERSON
WEDNESDAY 22ND APRIL: 9:01am: "THEATRE THEMES"
  4:01pm: "THE TE AWA SCHOOL RADIO SHOW"
THURSDAY 23RD APRIL: 10:01am: "HERITAGE TRAILS" - DON TRASK
  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 25TH APRIL: 12:01pm: "THE LAW LADY" -
  12:30pm: "SAFE TALK" -
  3:01pm: "SCHOOL PRINCIPALS ON AIR"
  4:01pm: "HB CANCER SOCIETY"





'THE FLAXMERE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP SHOW' : Sun 26th April at 5pm
In the next episode of this programme (hosted by Pastor Nigel Woodley), the topic is: ""PREPARING FOR THE COMING OF THE LORD".




'ROTARY WHEELS' : Monday 4th May at 9:30am
The next episode features an interview with JOHN HANLEN, about the National Art Exhibition.




Vacancies - Trustees For Radio Kidnappers
We are now 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.




'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.




'DE WEEK DIE WAS' : each Monday evening (repeated Thursdays)
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This weekly Dutch show is being produced in the Netherlands itself, and includes: general news, useful news and info for Dutch expats and emigrants, items about things changing, disappearing and new trends in the Netherlands, the Dutch language, books, music etc.

Further information about DE WEEK DIE WAS ("The Week That Was") is on its Programmes page.




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