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Ange shoots the breeze with friend Chev Curtis. Hear their thoughts on birth traumas and mental health, social media anxiety, studying through distance learning, and hear how Chev's Grandad is still charming the ladies of Bristol at age 92. Sending much aroha to our fire-affected whanau across the Tasman.
Duration: 00:58:34 | Date: 14 November, 2019
Thursday's Sweet Talk host, Ange Blackmore, chats with Suzy Carswell, about poetry and veganism and other things, and with Davey Calder, of "The Folk Music Hour" fame
Duration: 00:00:00 | Date: 7 November, 2019
Today's show is hosted by Michelle she chats to Kieran Martin creator of Imagine My Relief a podcast series about those in the know about the climate emergency and our response to it
Duration: 00:49:03 | Date: 5 November, 2019
Ange Smiley chats with Ethel about witchcraft and The Day of the Dead and veganism, and Elvisa van der Leden, newly elected regional councillor for Taranaki, about ecology and climate crisis.
Duration: 00:54:28 | Date: 31 October, 2019
Korero with this young, local man who has spent his life since high school seeking adventure. And he's found it. Hear tales of the Appalachian Trail, hitchhiking from one side of the USA to the other, and stories from an an Australian town so small it doesn't even have a pub!
Duration: 58:5 | Date: 22 October, 2019
Bree Paton-Courtney entered the 5 Crowns Pageant to learn more about herself and to gain confidence, as well as to support Youthline. She and her mum talk with Alessandra about those things and the importance of nanas and pastries. Then guest Katherine Blaney and Graham Nelson come in to get everyone excited about the upcoming Startup weekend.
Duration: 00:51:40 | Date: 3 October, 2019
Niamh McCormack and Greg Watt talk about living with Type 1 diabetes, the support organisation they are both involved with, Diabetes Youth Taranaki, and upcoming events.
Duration: :00:57:13 | Date: 26 September, 2019
New Plymouth's Madame Dance Crew is NZ's No.1 hip-hop dance crew. They need help to get to Sydney next month, where they will represent NZ in hip-hop comps.
Duration: 00:56:26 | Date: 12 September, 2019
Organisers of the very successful Voices of the Future Conference, Nikita Taiapa and Jez Vivian, which took place in NP on 31 August, share their experience.
Duration: 00:48:41 | Date: 5 September, 2019
Musings on the power of connection, being heard, kindness, and being yourself. Alessandra also shares her thoughts on the importance of challenging the paradigms that no longer serve us.
Duration: 00:52:38 | Date: 22 August, 2019