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In this week’s podcast we have an amazing interview with a mega star, there’s a bit of trouble in paradise, also grab some milk and cookies and sit back... it’s Bjorn’s Story Time, all that and more hijinks you can throw a black cat at. Also, did I mention that interview with that amazing TV star?
This week it’s ladies night on Homegrown, hear songs and chats with Auckland’s Holly Christina and Geraldine’s Jaz Paterson. It's all about the girls - hear what these artists are up to and where they want to go.
Made with the help of NZ On Air, it’s Homegrown, Friday Nights at 11 on Life FM.
I have recently downloaded the app called Tinder. Basically how it works is you upload a few pictures of yourself to your profile. You then look at other peoples profiles and can rate them 'hot or not' if you both rate each other hot then you can start messaging, and eventually meet up. I have had about 5 matches so far, there was one weirdo who I stopped messaging but the others seem like nice guys. I'm particularly keen to meet up with one of them. My friends have been quite negative towards it and think it's weird. But you can find people in all sorts of random places, so why not Tinder? What do you think?
Hello Love Doctor!
I just got this new job and I absolutely love it - pretty much my dream job. But my boss has been flirting with me this past week. I haven't been leading him on at all but I haven't really shut him down either. It is a bit weird though and I’d rather he kept his flirty comments to himself. I'm just worried that if I mention something it could ruin the best job ever, it could mean that I have to go back to square one and start again, I have worked so hard to get where I am today. What should I do?
Hey Love Doc,
How do you know when you are ready to have sex (I am expecting the answer to be wait till you're married), but why is this an important thing to do? We are told from a very young age to wait till marriage but not many people know why we do it?
Recebtly a Labour MP withdrew her bill that would legalise euthanasia if passed into law. That’s what we’re going to talk about on the Forum.
Do you think euthanasia should be legalised? Is ending someone’s life mercy or murder?
We’ll also talk about other life and death issues like abortion, teen pregnancy and the death penalty.
Be part of the conversation by calling the Forum on Sunday night from 9pm.
Missed last week’s show? Our guest Shane Claiborne had some very interesting and challenging things to say! You can check out the highlights online at www.lifefm.co.nz
This week we’re talking with best-selling author, activist and speaker Shane Claiborne.
Shane’s journeys have taken him to some of the most troubled parts of the world. He’s been on peace delegations in Afghanistan and Iraq. He’s worked with Mother Teresa in the streets of Calcutta.
We’ll talk with him about justice, hope and changing the world. Listen to the interview below.
And we’ll ask you this question: If you could change one thing in the world, what would it be?
It doesn’t matter if it’s realistic to achieve or not – just let us know the one thing you’d most like to see different.
Be part of the conversation by calling the Forum on Sunday night from 9pm!
This week on Homegrown we're catching up with Wellington-based singer songwriter Matt Tan from the band Yoyomo to chat about his debut album Authors Vandals.
What does it feel like to release a first album?
Where does he see himself in the future?
Made with the help of NZ on Air, it’s Homegrown, Friday Nights at 11 on Life FM .
This Week in the Morning Wake-up podcast: Clint and Bjorn have decided to take a break from 'Call or Delete' and have chucked Tiff in the deep end, which gave time for the guys to find out what ever happened to... Rick Moranis. Who is Rick Moranis? You know who he is. Listen to find out more. The guys delve into the pain of the back handed complement and the big news of the week... Clint has an idea!
On the Forum this Sunday we’re talking about body image.
How much do you care about what you look like? Is it a good idea to care about your appearance?
We’ve all heard the “man looks at the outward appearance, but God looks at the heart” verse – but how hard is it to actually let that define you? Is it something YOU struggle with?
We’ll talk about things like wearing makeup, dressing modestly and plastic surgery.
Be part of the conversation by calling the Forum on Sunday night from 9.