Ex NASA scientist Ian Griffin from Otago Museum talked with Luke about the idea of space tourism and whether it’ll really happen.
It’s a scourge on modern society. Millions of children around the world are trafficked or trapped in sexual exploitation with little hope for freedom. Destiny Rescue brings freedom and shines a light in the darkness, Tony Kirwin chatted with Luke.
The Penguin Hospital housed at Otago Polytechnic’s Veterinary Nursing School has had 24 yellow-eyed penguins through in the last six weeks. With only 250 breeding pairs in the wild this year, that means that wildlife vet, Lisa Argilla, has saved five percent of the breeding population.
0800 Hungry in Christchurch was started by Kerry Bensemann, who was a smi finalist in the Community of the Year awards. He chatted with Luke.
Bringing maths to the masses through craft sounds like a mission, maths isn't known to be one of the favourite subjects but combine it with craft and it comes to life...Dr Jeanette McLeod and Dr Phil Wilson are touring the country this year with the intention of raising interest in maths through their quirky brand of maths outreach, where you can learn how to knit a mathematical knot, crochet a Möbius strip, fold an origami tetrahedron, or colour a Latin square, and experience mathematics in a whole new way, Luke talked with Dr Jeanette Mcleod.
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