Kerre McIvor and Mark Dye Afternoons
12PM - 4PM weekdays
KERRE MCIVOR AND MARK DYE AFTERNOONS
Vibrant talk all week with New Zealand’s freshest talent.
She’s the beloved media identity and he’s the hip and connected off-sider.
One of the country’s most recognised personalities, Kerre is a mum, grandmother, in-demand MC, writer and keen runner. She always cuts to the chase on every issue.
Mark has returned from several years abroad to tackle the big issues impacting everyday Kiwis. An experienced broadcaster, Mark delivers a youthful insight into the show each day.
Together Kerre McIvor and Mark Dye bring their audience up-to-date with the day’s main stories and opinion.
Kicking off with The Hour, the team delivers a comprehensive wrap from around the country of the days key news items.
This is followed by in-depth discussion and debate throughout the afternoon with a special focus on issues affecting everyday Kiwis.
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Caller Ray: Finding emotional intelligence
The beauty of talk back radio is you can have a caller ring in and take the show in a completely different direction. Ray called Mark to say he has been able to...
Al Brown: Eating unpopular fish nose to tail
Chef Al Brown spoke to Kerre and Mark about his new venture encouraging people to enjoy the 'unloved' and 'unpopular' types of fish instead of just sticking with...
Caller Steve on age gaps in relationships
Listener Steve calls into Kerre and Mark to talk about his experience of being in a relationship with a woman much older than he was.
Kerre is back in the studio with Mark at last after five weeks away in London being grandmother to her daughter’s wee one.
Paul Ward: New website aims to get Kiwi kids more connected with nature
Wild Eyes is a website that offers a new way for Kiwi kids to connect with nature. It's the brainchild of Wellington producers Vicky Pope and Paul Ward, who joined...
Kerre says Facebook is listening to her
Kerre is convinced Facebook can overhear her private conversations.
Callers respond to care workers' historic pay equity deal
A $500 million package to implement pay rises for 55,000 aged care, home support and disability care workers is set to be signed by off cabinet. Sparked by caregiver...
Caller Lynn: Saw an opportunity while Kerre's out of the country
Kerre and Mark were talking about who should be the next head of the Commonwealth and Lynn saw her chance and took it!
Caller Wasim explains Islamic finance after SBW covers sponsors
Caller Wasim explains Islamic finance to Kerre and Mark in the wake of the SBW controversy.
Caller Sally: People have to want to train their dogs
Kerre and Mark were discussing Rachel Smalley’s opinion piece on a seeming plague of badly behaved dogs. Sally called from Nelson about a dog training initiative...
Taking your own food on board a flight
International flight attendant Savannah called to give her two cents on passengers being asked to bring their own food on board if they have food allergies. "We're...
Whakatane Mayor Tony Bonne: 'It's been pretty tough'
Whakatane Mayor Tony Bonne talks with Mark Dye about the current situation in Edgecumbe, and what's yet to come.
Caller John: Had his tyres slashed by the Mirimar tyre slasher
Caller John told Mark Dye he had his tyres slashed by the Mirimar tyre slasher while he was out of town on business. David Johns, 53, will spend the next 22 months...
Mark Dye: Has the media gone too far covering the Lipp-Neighbours case?
Close up photos were published today of relatives watching the moment the car belonging to missing teenager Leo Lipp-Neighbours was being lifted out of the water...
Would you have surgery without being put under?
More surgery is being performed with the patient awake and looking on, for both financial and medical reasons. Mark asked listeners if they’d prefer a general or...
Live in Studio: Blues sensation Blind Boy Paxton
Jerron 'Blind Boy' Paxton is in thrall to the blues and jazz tones of the 1920s and 30s, wrangling his guitar, banjo, and voice to reproduce the sounds of a different...
Kiwi country music star Aly Cook speaks to Mark Dye
Kiwi Aly Cook single Western Line has hit Number 1 on the Australian Country Airplay Chart. It's the sixth single from Cook's album Horseshoe Rodeo Hotel. Aly...
Cows stranded by Kaikoura quakes now a children's book
Remember the cows that were stranded during the Kaikoura quakes? Well Jane Millton wrote a children's book about it, titled Moo and Moo and the Little Calf Too. Jane...
The Reaper - NZ's hottest chilli burger challenge
Central Cafe in Geraldine is at it again with another challenge for diners. They have created New Zealand's hottest chilli burger, named the Reaper Burger. Cafe...
Contacting local government officials via Facebook. Would it work here?
Facebook in the US has officially launched what its calling “Town Hall” for contacting local government representatives. Mark wonders what such a thing work here...
NZ Young@Heart Chorus perform in studio for Mark Dye
The NZ Young@Heart Chorus are performing two shows only at the Waipuna Hotel & Conference Centre in Mt Wellington, Auckland, and The Piano in Christchurch. The...
ED nurse backs up claim of hospital chaos
An emergency department nurse at Middlemore Hospital told Mark Dye of chaotic shifts due to a lack of staffing. David called Mark and said that the ratio of doctors...
Callers get good karma from money generosity
"What goes around comes around." Callers share stories with Mark Dye about finding money and giving it back, and how it can lead to good karma down the track.
What happens to an oil rig at the end of its lifespan?
Caller Andrew joins Mark Dye to talk about what to do with the oil and gas rigs off the Taranaki Coast after their useful life has ended.
David Fisher: Review of 'Hit and Run'
Mark chats to NZ Herald Senior reporter, David Fisher, who has already read Nicky Hager and Jon Stephenson's controversial book Hit and Run.