9:00am to Midday with Andrew Urquhart, also included are the daily lifestyle segments which feature new topics every day.
Julie Crean from Plan My Play takes us to the Hamilton Zoo.
An Iranian Christian convert’s critical health condition has prompted a temporary transfer from his prison cell to a nearby hospital.
Prison Fellowship in NZ has been an effective ministry for many years - Phil McCarthy is the new national director and talks with Allan about their Christmas appeal Angel Trees and changes within the prison system.
Jars of Clay is giving away their hit song, "Fall Asleep," to help raise money for relief efforts in the Philippines.
The proceeds from the single will go to support The Red Cross in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, which is reportedly the strongest tropical cyclone to make landfall in recorded history.
Learn more here.
David Riddell, AKA, Dr Wisom from truthcoaches.com answers a question from a listener:
"I am useless in group situations when I'd like to offer my opinion. I think that no-one will be interested in what I have to say and tend to stay silent. I would like to break out of this mind set but I can’t see a way out.”
Dr Wim Brandsma, who has worked extensively in leprosy–affected countries, will be running a seminar for hand physiotherapists, which will include an introduction to Leprosy Mission’s Cure One programme.
Once again Nigeria has seen bloodshed when gunmen who were likely Muslim Fulani herdsmen, killed four Christian family members in their home in Plateau state, including 2-year-old and 4-year-old boys. Dan Wooding from assistnews.net has the details.