Kerre McIvor and Mark Dye Afternoons
12PM - 4PM weekdays
KERRE & MARK AFTERNOONS
Kerre & Mark Afternoons kicks off with “The Hour” from noon ‘til 1pm – a hard-hitting hour of the day’s main stories so far and a catch-up with our news people around the country for story developments. “The Hour” will bring Newstalk ZB’s audience bang up-to-date.
From 1pm onwards, Kerre & Mark Afternoons bring together everything our audience already love about Kerre McIvor, with the freshness and vibrancy of Mark Dye, and the excitement of a duel-presenter format.
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KERRE McIVOR & MARK DYE
Kerre McIvor is one of Newstalk ZB’s most popular hosts and multi-media presenters. She is quite simply a national treasure! Kerre has huge profile and is a superb communicator.
Mark Dye is fresh talent. His background is music radio, but he’s a news and current affairs ‘tragic’. He may be young, but he has strong views and is sure to rark up Kerre from time-to-time.
Got a question to Ask Kerre & Mark?
Got a question to Ask Kerre & Mark? It can be about ANYTHING! General life, love, work, travel, pancakes, whatever! Just fill out the form below and they'll be in touch if they are going to answer your question.
Taryn Brumfitt: Embrace
Kerre and Mark spoke to body image activist Tarn Brumfitt about her crowdfunded documentary, EMBRACE, screening for the
What pressed Kerre's buttons today?
A news item really pressed Kerre's buttons today.
Jono was bought up in a cult and visited Gloriavale
Jono called into Kerre and Mark this afternoon to tell his story about being brought up in religious sect Camp David in
Caller Rochelle thinks parents are to blame for child obesity not sugary drinks
Rochelle gave Kerre and Mark a call this afternoon to weigh in on the sugary drinks being banned in South Auckland leisu
Tanya's bucking the trend and is loving her job here in NZ
Apparently 3 out of 4 of us are not happy with our jobs – however Kerre and Mark took this call from Tanya who's bucking
Caller John's own experience with steroid use in sport
John called into the show today to share his knowledge and experience with drugs in sport.
"But I am Maori" - Argument fires up over 'Maori privilege' in hospitals
Mark Dye and Kerre McIvor get into a talkback stoush with callers, who say that visiting Maori families are the cause of
LISTEN: Two views on bringing down rates of baby killings
Two baby killers have today been sent to prison in Wellington. 24-year-old Tawera Wichman has been sentenced at the Hig
Auckland Zoo's Director Jonathan Wilkin on Sri Lanka's gift elephant to John Key
It's the elephant in the courtroom - a diplomatic gift of an elephant from Sri Lanka that's set to cause headaches for i
Callers on Cannabis
Today, Kerre and Mark spoke with various callers about whether or not New Zealand should legalise cannabis.
Rochelle: 'If the girls can wear make-up, why can't the boys grow a natural beard?'
Off the back of the Kapiti beard story, Rochelle called in to talk about her school's rules around uniforms.
Kerre & Mark amuse themselves with time checks
Kerre and Mark, back together again for the first time in two weeks, wasted no time before amusing themselves with time
Caller Jim: Parents can have a big influence over their kids' decisions
Parents of Long Bay College students have been asked not to smoke dope in front of their children. Jim called in to giv
Radio broadcaster Rob Harrison talks from Monaco about the Nice attacks
Rob Harrison is the breakfast announcer on English-speaking, Riviera Radio, in Monaco. He spoke to Andrew Dickens about
Elise Sterback: Funding for the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra has just released their annual report and they have revealed some financial pressures
Alex Braae: Only an idiot would get #hackedbyJohnson
Newstalk ZB Online Editor Alex Braae joins Andrew Dickens to talk about the hashtag #hackedbyJohnson that was trending w
Ian Taylor on digital technology in schools
One of the technology leaders calling for better IT education in schools says his calls are a plea to the Government, no
Alex Braae: Pokemon Go launches in NZ
Newstalk ZB Online Editor Alex Braae joins Tim Roxborogh on Kerre and Mark Afternoons to talk about the launch of new au
Dr Alister Neill: Sleep awareness week
Dr Alister Neill from Wellington Hospital joins Tim Roxborogh to talk about sleep awareness week.
Christina on giving her terminally-ill dad cannabis: 'I can't believe how well it's working'
In response to a select committee rejecting a petition supporting allowing former CTU boss Helen Kelly’s use of cannabis