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Leanne Edwards talks to Simon Barnett

Dancing With The Stars dancer Simon Barnett talked to Leanne about shaving his chest, being butch and the gruelling practise routine.



Andrew's Scottish Ancestry

Andrew Urquhart found out a lot more about his Scottish ancestry when he used's new DNA testing kit to uncover more about his family tree.

Brad Argent from came into the studio to talk Andrew through his results. If you want to order your own test kit and discover your ancestry, head to


Suz Holmes' Story: Missing You

Suz Holmes' husband died after a complication with his cancer treatment. She's written a book about the experiences of her and her four daughters, Missing You, and joined John in studio to share her story.

You can download the Kindle version of Missing You here.


Kindergarten Week

Sian Wilson, Marketing & Digital Manager at Auckland Kindergarten Association talking about discover your local kindergarten week.


Gaming and the Gospel

Tim from Scarlet City Studios talking about the beta launch of their game The Aetherlight

Scarlet City Studios is about telling redemptive stories through digitally driven media.



Dr D'Souza in Studio

Dr. Beryl D’souza is leading the project to raise awareness of the plight of the Dalits in India, in particular highlighting the plight of the millions of young girls subjected to state sanctioned prostitution and poverty.

She chats with John Peachey.


NZ Music Month 5

This week on Homegrown we’ve got another of our Homegrown Invasions, this time featuring the dynamic duo Halfline. These guys are studying in Auckland and live in a hostel so we took them somewhere special to record their songs… the balcony at Rhema Media. Plus more entries for the Homegrown Unsigned competition. Remember you have until midnight on Sunday the 31st of May to get your song into This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Booyah New Zealand Music Month!

Made with the help of NZ on Air, it’s Homegrown, Friday Nights at 11 on Life FM and Saturdays Nights at 6 on New Zealand’s Rhema


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