Di talks about four ways we make ourselves miserable.
South African actor Frank Rautenbach is best known for starring in the movie ‘Faith Like Potatoes’. He’s in New Zealand at the moment on the ‘Life After Faith Like Potatoes’ tour with TEARFund. He chats with George and Andrew about fame, failure and faith.
Malcolm Gordon has a new album out and it is something rather different than he has done before. In fact one of the songs has been picked up to raise support and awareness of Family Works. This is an independent charitable organisation that provides 15,200 New Zealand children and their families, who are at risk of family violence and conflict, with counselling, support and training every year. Hear the songs and the stories behind them this week.
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Alex is World Vision’s National Director for Israel, West Bank, and Gaza. He has worked in the region since 2009 and is heading up World Vision’s relief effort in war-torn Gaza.
NZ singer and songwriter Malcolm Gordon chats with Luke about his news album The Cobblers Grandson.