Finding information is central to settling in NZ. Language Line is a phone service set up to help remove the barriers to accessing information from government agencies. Diana Clark of Language Lines explains how the service works. Interpretation services are offered for 60 agencies in 44 languages. First b’cast 2009
At last, a comprehensive arts show featuring news, reviews and interviews on film, theatre, dance, the visual arts, books, poetry, music ... all the delights and creations of the arts community that get us excited and engaged. Hear from the creators and commentators on a 60 minute show brought to you by the He Waka Eke Noa Charitable Arts Trust.
Muffin Talk invites you to take a break and consider all aspects of spirituality. Host and guests explore ecology, meditation, prayer, health, civil society, the history and values of religions, grief and dying, storytelling and spirituality and many more topics of the heart and spirit. An opportunity to pause for 30 minutes of thought-provoking insights.
Producer and presenter of Why Is That?, Simon Dennerly, declares himself a contrarian who, in this show, aims to challenge common narratives and widespread beliefs and questions. Interested in philosophy, world affairs and modern social movements, Simon introduces guests from a wide range of areas and disciplines – a curious show of thought provoking ideas.