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Frankly Friday

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Frankly Friday 09-06-2023 Mangapeepeke Valley Revisited( 0:58:50)       
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In a follow-up, catch-up episode of Frankly Friday, Anne talks with Tony and Debbie Pascoe, owner/occupiers of the Mangapeepeke Valley land under threat from the Mt Messenger bypass, along with supporter Russell Gibbs.
Published: 9/06/2023 11:15:00 a.m.
Frankly Friday 02-06-2023 Right Royal Cabaret Fest( 0:58:4)       
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TAFT’s Megan Brown and Rebecca Kapernick are in to give us a rundown of the fabulous cabaret delights in store for audiences during the Right Royal Cabaret Festival.
Published: 2/06/2023 11:15:00 a.m.
Frankly Friday 26-05-2023 Lady W and Lady E - Steampunkers( 1:0:40)       
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Welcome to the wild and whacky world of Steampunk, from top hats and trinkets to bustles and tea duels, Lady Watsonia and Lady Esmeralda live and breathe all things steampunk.
Published: 26/05/2023 10:45:00 a.m.
Frankly Friday 19-05-2023 Africa Day( 1:0:10)       
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Anne chats with Cheryl and Petunia about Africa Day on the 20th of May, at the Merrilands hall 12:30-4:30pm!
Published: 19/05/2023 1:15:00 p.m.
Frankly Friday 12-05-2023 Hamish Guthrie( 1:0:21)       
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Hamish Guthrie has a background in radio. And he loves history. Listen to find out how both of these passions come together with his latest project, Taranaki Media Archive
Published: 12/05/2023 12:00:00 p.m.
Frankly Friday 28-04-2023 Katie Wolfe- The Haka Party Incident( 0:52:56)       
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New Plymouth born director and actor, Katie Wolfe, talks with Anne about her life and career, and about the play she is bringing to New Plymouth audiences, The Haka Party Incident. Based on true events at Auckland University in 1979, the incident has been described as ‘the last NZ war’.
Published: 28/04/2023 11:15:00 a.m.
Frankly Friday 21-04-2023 The Seaside Market Against Waste( 0:58:1)       
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Tina Koch is the owner-operator of The Seaside Market in New Plymouth. Shw joins Anne to talk about the markets, the stall holders and about a fabulous new initiative to get rid of single-use food containers at the market, with a 'Wash Against Waste' dishwasher trailer.
Published: 21/04/2023 10:30:00 a.m.
Frankly Friday 14-04-2023 Davey Calder Looks Back( 1:0:17)       
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Reminiscing with Davey Calder, host of The Folk Music Hour, about his own musical career with Hamilton County Bluegrass Band
Published: 14/04/2023 10:30:00 a.m.
Frankly Friday 31-03-2023 Stratford Shakespeare Fest 2023( 1:1:34)       
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Shakespeare: Is his work still relevant? Does anyone care anymore? YES! Brendon Hornell is part of the team putting on the 2-week Shakespeare Festival in Stratford from 1 April. Listen to find out more
Published: 31/03/2023 11:00:00 a.m.
Frankly Friday 24-03-2023 Yoga and Sound( 0:51:52)       
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Eva Collins is due to co-host a Sound Journey event at Sanctuary Hill Yoga Studio. She joins Anne to talk about yoga, the use of sound in healing, and what exactly a sound journey is
Published: 24/03/2023 11:15:00 a.m.
Frankly Friday 17-03-2023 Celebrating Divergence( 0:59:23)       
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DivergenThinking is an organisation supporting schools, universities, and organisations by giving them the tools to recognise the many advantages and talents of being neurodiverse. Co-founder, Natasya Jones, talks with Anne about neurodiversity and Aotearoa’s first Neurodiversity Celebration Week. Then Tracy shares her experience of living and learning with dyslexia, ADHD and more.
Published: 17/03/2023 10:00:00 a.m.
Frankly Friday 10-03-2023 Going Independent with Rusty Kane( 0:56:39)       
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Rusty Kane is a well-known political candidate and campaigner around New Plymouth. He is advocating for an independent New Plymouth representative in central government (not him - someone else). Listen to find out more about the man and his mission.
Published: 10/03/2023 11:34:00 a.m.
Frankly Friday 03-03-2023 Multi Ethnic Council( 0:59:7)       
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The Taranaki Multi-Ethnic Extravaganza is happening tomorrow - lots of food, music, and colour… But the Taranaki Multi-Ethnic Council does SOOO much more for our ethnic communities. Anne talks with TMEC President, Lance Mepham
Published: 3/03/2023 12:45:00 p.m.
Frankly Friday 24-02-2023 Harry Lyon & Waitangi Korero( 1:6:9)       
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Harry Lyon has been with the iconic NZ band, Hello Sailor, from the beginning. Anne chats with him to find out a bit more about him and the band, and why they are coming to play in Waitara. Then, staying in Waitara, hear the recorded Community Korero that took place at the Waitangi ki Whaitara event - ‘What Does Waitangi Day mean to you?’
Published: 24/02/2023 10:45:00 a.m.
Frankly Friday 17-02-2023 Tug O' War & 40 Over 40( 0:53:38)       
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Hear how you can be part of the longest tug-o-war in NZ, raising funds for the Heart Foundation with Gerry Kennedy. Then Helen Joy, photographer, joins Anne to talk about her latest exhibition, 40 Over 40 – her unique way to raise funds for Breast Cancer NZ!
Published: 17/02/2023 11:45:00 a.m.
Frankly Friday 10-02-2023 Save Mangapeepeke Valley( 0:57:20)       
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Today's guests are passionate about one thing. They want to save Mangapeepeke Valley from the devastation that they believe will happen if the chosen option for the SH 3 Mt Messenger upgrade proceeds. Hear about the untouched wetlands, ancient native forests and endangered native species that are under threat. Learn more about the cheaper, less devastating alternative, Option Z...and why they believe this is being ignored!
Published: 10/02/2023 11:00:00 a.m.
Frankly Friday 03-02-2023 Waitangi Ki Whaitara( 1:0:25)       
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Hear RNZ reporter, Robin Martin's conversation with Rawinia Leatherby-Toia and Pounamu Skelton about how Taranaki iwi are reinvigorating the growing of kai. Then Anne is joined by Tiri Porter to find out what's happening for Waitangi Day. Waitangi ki Whaitara is brought to you by Waitara Night Markets.
Published: 3/02/2023 11:15:00 a.m.
Frankly Friday 27-01-2023 Maurice Bevin's Wee Walk( 1:0:57)       
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Taranaki-born Maurice Bevin, 69, was diagnosed with stage 4 aggressive prostate cancer in 2019 and was given three to five years to live. Since then, he has walked the length of the UK and, just last week, he returned home to walk non-stop around Mt Taranaki in less than 24 hours, to highlight the issue of prostate cancer.
Published: 27/01/2023 3:00:00 p.m.

Anne meets with new guests every Friday to give a voice and platform to those in our community. 

Host: Anne Dawson

Produced By: Access Radio Taranaki

Language: English

Category: Community

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