Charles and Ben discuss the science behind sunburn, the risk of melanoma and the importance of prevention. The take-home message was: "There is no safe level of sunburn and it must be avoided if at all possible."
Disabled people are creating a radio space for topics that affect and interest them. Supported by the Rennaisance Group, this show is by, for and about disabled people and covers current global and community affairs. They explore housing and transport, successes in employment, education, and regularly review the city with a view to accessibility and sociability.
Here’s 90 minutes of great entertainment for under 30’s Korean speakers. The Seoulite team play music of all sorts, and keep up with current events. They talk with friends about jobs, hobbies, lifestyles, their interests and life in Auckland. There’s news from Korea and NZ, stuff about politics and a sprinkling of gossip – all the ingredients for a fun night.
Practical, everyday solutions in action. Maureen Howard reports on eco-actions from Dunedin’s Otago Access Radio to South America, to Ireland. A roving report on eco-living. “From advice on building tiny houses, to setting up a rooftop garden, to wildlife friendly farming practices - my guests from Dunedin and from my travels are passionate individuals who are making a difference.” Check Maureen’s blog