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Neville Rides The Boundaries

Neville is a retired farmer who is still passionate about all things rural. With his weekly show, Neville aims to build a bridge between rural and urban communities.

Airing time: 7am Wednesdays, replayed 7pm Wednesdays



Neville is a retired farmer who is still passionate about all things rural.

With his weekly show, Neville aims to build a bridge between rural and urban communities.

His interview guests have included MPs, farming leaders, DOC staff, a university Professor of Agriculture, and even a Prime Minister!

Podcasts

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01-04-2020

Neville talks to Stephen Hopkinson, Lyn Webster, Barbara Kuriger, and Philip Duncan

Duration: 00:30:18 | Date: 1 April, 2020

Perspectives on coping with COVID-19

Perspectives on coping with COVID-19 from the Mayor of Hawera, Weather Watch's Phil Duncan, MP Barbara Kuriger, and Jim Hopkins

Duration: 00:30:19 | Date: 25 March, 2020

18-03-2020

Duration: 00:30:13 | Date: 18 March, 2020

11-03-2020

This week Neville talks with Trish Rankin Barbara Kuriger Jim Hopkins and Philip Duncan

Duration: 00:30:12 | Date: 11 March, 2020

04-03-2020

Duration: 00:30:26 | Date: 4 March, 2020

26-02-2020

Duration: 00:34:11 | Date: 26 February, 2020

19-02-2020

Today I take you down south where we catch up with Bernadette Hunt Vice Pres of Southland FF and I talk with Bernadette about the recent flooding. Then Barbara Kuriger joins us to talk about rural life in Te Awamutu, then NZ is drying out fast and if we don’t get rain very soon Agriculture is in deep trouble so Philip Duncan joins me with a meteorological update of when we can expect to get some rain to parched pastures, fill reservoirs and water tanks. Then James Hopkins is along to pay a tribute to previous PM Mike Moore

Duration: 00:27:30 | Date: 19 February, 2020

12-02-2020

Christine Fernyhough, author of “The road to Castle Hill” talks about how life has changed over the ten years since she was here in 2010 at a Federated Farmers open day at Meremere; Dr. Jacqueline Rowarth shares advice on how to prevent Facial Eczema; Philip Duncan gives a short weather update from Napier when he came down to hear Elton John, and MP Barbara Kuriger gives an update on her involvement in selecting the Young Farmer of the year.

Duration: 00:30:14 | Date: 12 February, 2020

05-02-2020

Duration: 00:33:03 | Date: 5 February, 2020

29-01-2020

Neville catches up with Don Nicholson, former Dominion President of Federated Farmers, Jim Hopkins, who shares his thoughts on climate change and education, and MP Barbara Kuriger.

Duration: 00:29:59 | Date: 29 January, 2020

22-01-2020

Neville catches up with Don Nicholson, former Dominion President of Federated Farmers, Jim Hopkins, who shares his thoughts on climate change and education, and MP Barbara Kuriger.

Duration: 00:29:59 | Date: 22 January, 2020

What's the Weather

An extended interview with Philip Duncan, from Weather Watch, about New Zealand's weather and climate

Duration: 00:28:12 | Date: 15 January, 2020

Dayanne Almeida

Neville chats with Dayanne Almeida, a visitor from Brazil, about settling in NZ and farming in Brazil

Duration: 00:31:51 | Date: 8 January, 2020

2019 in Review Pt 2

Part 2 of a special episode as Dr Jacqueline Rowarth chats with Neville about the year in review

Duration: 00:30:07 | Date: 25 December, 2019