Andrew 10:00-3:00pm


The Bristlecone Project

The Bristlecone Project exhibition, featuring black-and-white photographs of 24 New Zealand men abused in childhood, opened at Canterbury Museum on Monday. Andrew spoke with Ken Clearwater, who is the manager of the Males Survivors of Sexual Abuse Trust.


Grief and Loss

Lois Thompson has experienced immense struggle in her life, she's been through breast cancer twice, lost her son in a tragic car accident, and her husband to cancer. Despite these struggles Lois learned some incredible insights into Gods presence and learned joy in the midst of suffering. She has written about this in her book ‘Hope in Cancer, Death and Grief.’ Andrew spoke with her about grief and loss. 


Zimbabwe Coup

Zimbabwe's military leaders have seized control of the impoverished southern African nation, placing longtime leader Robert Mugabe under house arrest and deploying armored vehicles to the streets of the capital, Harare, Andrew talked with Prof Robert Patman about the situation.


Addictive Pokies

Slot machine spending has seen an increase in the last year in NZ despite a reduction in the number gaming venues and machines.
Associate professor Peter Adams from the University of Auckland has worked in the fields of drug and alcohol research since the 1980s, with a particular focus on gambling addiction in the last decade, he talked to Andrew about the addictive nature of pokie machines.


Marked by Mercy

Mark Johnston was once a drug addict but, after a face-to-face encounter with God he now helps to run the rehab centre he entered in order to get clean and has also written a book Marked by Mercy.

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