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A non-commercial, educational FM station broadcasting for the public interest, KCSB enters into no commercial contracts which allow access to the airwaves and it strives to provide programming substantially different from that carried by commercial broadcast media. It is also designed to be educational for both programmers and listeners. UCSB students and other programmers are provided an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of radio broadcasting, both technically and in terms of broadcast ...
 
Israel in the News features timely news stories and on-site reporting on a variety of topics related to Israel and the Jewish people. You’ll also hear weekly commentary from those with an on-the-ground vantage point in the Holy Land, including Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, founder of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (The Fellowship), Yael Eckstein (The Fellowship’s Senior Vice President), and other Fellowship staff. The show presents listeners with up-to-date reports on what is ...
 
From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
 
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There are growing calls for the Building Act to require all new housing to be easily adaptable for people with disabilities and for our aging population. A recent study found that one in six New Zealanders need modifications to their home, and yet the key features of accessibility; level pathways and entrances, an easily accessible bathroom, an…
 
Allan joins Kathryn to talk about why it's taken 20 years to sequence the human genome - but there's still more to be done. Why have three experts resigned from the US Food and Drug Administration over the approval of an Alzheimer's drug? And could a mosquito hack cut the rates of Dengue Fever? Allan Blackman is a Professor of Chemistry, School of …
 
Asked to think of a "typical Kiwi farmer" and your mind might stray to a Fred Dagg or a Wal Footrot, but a new book has captured the diversity of those making a living off the land. The Kiwi Farmers Guide to Life: Rural Tales from the Heartland has been written by agricultural journalist Tim Fulton. It includes 25 stories of those in the agri-field…
 
Psychologist and author Steve Biddulph is a best known for his very popular parenting books Raising Boys and Raising Girls. His latest book takes on a slightly bigger subject: the human race in general! Steve Biddulph says humans have a kind of super-sense, often called a gut instinct, which we need to learn how to tap into in order to become fully…
 
Bernard joins Kathryn to talk about the free trade deal announced between Australia and the United Kingdom, with 99 percent of Aussie goods able to enter the UK duty free once the deal comes into force next year. The deal was agreed while Scott Morrison was at the G7, where he was denied a one-on-one meeting with US President Joe Biden - was that a…
 
New data revealing the sheer unseen power of an earthquake, indicates a "mega flood" of rocks swamped Kaikoura's seabed during 2016's 7.8 quake. On-going research undertaken by NIWA using Swedish robots, shows boulders the size of a doubledecker bus, in a hundreds-of-metres high avalanche, have fundamentally altered Kaikoura canyon's geography and …
 
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