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Women On the Waves


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TitleDescriptionPublished OnDuration Play Episode Link
Women On the Waves-09-07-2019 - Women and the Inner PantryRachel chats with Jax Hamilton, inspirational British Jamaican Kiwi cook, about life 'under the grater'09/07/2019 10:00 AM0:26:38Download //
Women On the Waves-25-06-2019 Catherina Ballinger - A Surrogate MotherPatience has a candid and honest discussion about surrogacy with surrogate mother Catherina Ballinger25/06/2019 10:00 AM0:26:8Download //
Women On the Waves-11-06-2019 - A Woman Living Off-GridRachel chats with Andrea Holland Castaneda about her experience of living off-grid and growing up in Guatemala.11/06/2019 10:00 AM0:24:13Download //
Women On the Waves-14-05-2019 - Women, Travel & MusicRachel chats with local gypsy Mary O'Leary - a Kiwi DJ's adventures in Andalusia Spain.14/05/2019 10:00 AM0:26:43Download //
Women On the Waves-07-05-2019 - Sarah Lineham - "Daily Despair"Patience chats with Sarah Lineham about depression and her new book - "Daily Despair"07/05/2019 10:00 AM0:25:44Download //
Women On the Waves-09-04-2019 - Voices of the Kaikoura earthquake Nurses.Rachel chats with Sally Brake, Sally is a nurse, photographer, storyteller and is passionate about sharing the stories of nurses who worked through the Kaikoura earthquakes.09/04/2019 10:00 AM0:30:48Download //
Women On the Waves-02-04-2019 The Golem of PragueShonaleigh Cumbers, International Storyteller of the Drut’syla Yiddish Oral Tradition presents the tale 'The Golem of Prague' at Tūranga and describes the ancient Drut’syla tradition02/04/2019 10:00 AM0:55:2Download //
Women On the Waves-12-03-2019 - Women, Creativity and HealingRachel chats with Hilary Jean Tapper - Dollmaker, Illustrator, Filmmaker and Arts Therapy student. 12/03/2019 10:00 AM0:26:56Download //
Women On the Waves-05-03-2019 - Shonaleigh Cumbers, International Storyteller of the Drut’syla Yiddish Oral Tradition coming to Christchurch Anne Mortimer of Christchurch City Libraries chats to Shonaleigh Cumbers about the female oral tradition of being a Drut’syla, storytelling as an art form, and the preservation of these cultural stories along with a taster story before her community performance and Q&A session at Tūranga, Thurs 14 March, 6.- 7.30pm.05/03/2019 10:00 AM0:25:59Download //
Women On the Waves-12-02-2019 Women in their Third AgeRachel speaks with Norma Marriott, Life Coach and Volunteer Guide at the Christchurch Art Gallery, about reinventing yourself in your third age.12/02/2019 10:00 AM0:29:4Download //