9:00am to Midday with Andrew Urquhart, also included are the daily lifestyle segments which feature new topics every day.
Our every enthusiastic Royal Correspondent Kit Williams with a report on the first day of the Royal tour, maybe a case of too much Royal exposure? Though she's a little disappointed that Kate doesn't seem to have responded to her emails.
As we commemorate 200 years since the gospel was first preached in New Zealand, how much do we know about our history?
From its beginnings in 1814 when Samuel Marsden preached at Oihi, and then Christianity's spread, the complications, and the way Christianity has played a significant role in shaping New Zealand society both then and now.
Historian and Senior Lecturer at Laidlaw College Dr Stuart Lange tells this fascinating story in a wonderful DVD called Te Rongopai. He talks with Andrew Urquhart about the history and the process of depicting on DVD.
Filled with despair, a Russian Buddhist woman attempted to take her own life. But Jesus appeared to her in a dream offering new hope and peace, and the beginning of a new life in Christ.
The Royal Tour is providing some great photo ops for politicians - but if you can win votes by kissing babies, do you get more votes with Royal babies? Political expert Dr Bryce Edwards looks at the political campaign as we head toward the election, and asks is it still possible for Labour to succeed?
Last night on The Forum, George had chat about bullying - how it's affected people personally, how they responded to it, and what's the best way to go about solving the bullying problem in New Zealand. Full podcast here.
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One fifteen-year-old's response to bullying was to write and record a song - she even managing to get Kiwi artists Massad and Dukes on board.
To watch the video below.
A young Ugandan woman was recently hospitalized after her father, a Muslim sheik, savagely beat her after he discovered she had converted to Christianity.
200 years ago the Gospel was first preached in New Zealand by Samuel Marsden from the Church Missionary Society. As part of the Bicentenary Celebrations NZCMS have brought a group of Kenyan Missionaries to Dunedin for some cross cultural evangelism. Andrew Urquhart spoke to NZCMS National Director Steve Maina about the event.