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.
Stephen Jacobi: Difficult to get a better deal with US than TPP
Trade consultant Stephen Jacobi spoke to Kerre and Mark about Donald Trump's decision to kill the TPP. Mr Jacobi says we shouldn't give up hope for a new trade...
Is a cheaper school shoe just as good as an expensive pair?
Kerre and Mark spoke about whether you should go for the cheap school shoes or invest in some more expensive shoes. Brendan Brown from A Step Ahead Podiatry spoke...
Professor Rod Sinclair: Are there more to goosebumps than meets the eye?
Professor Rod Sinclair, dermatologist at the University of Melbourne, speaks with Mark Dye about his research showing goosebumps could hold the key for skin cancer,...
2016 Online Review: NZ a follower on internet culture
Online Editor Alex Braae continues the 2016 Online Year in Review, with a discussion about how little of New Zealand's internet culture is actually homegrown.
2016 Online Review: Political memes go mainstream
Newstalk ZB Online Editor joins Kerre and Mark Afternoons for the final 2016 Online Year in Review. 2016 saw the mainstreaming of meme culture as part of political...
Missing myna bird may have hitched a ride to Mangere
A charismatic bird that claims to be a yoga guru and has an extensive vocabulary is feared to have stowed away in a car. Morris the myna is well-known around his...
Annabel Langbein joins Kerre & Mark for a pre-Christmas chat
Annabel Langbein joins Kerre and Mark in studio to give listeners advice about how best to prepare for Christmas. SEE ALSO: Annabel Langbein's White Sangria Recipe
2016 Online Review: Fake news gets clicks
Fake news has been a defining concept for media and audiences to grapple with in 2016. The spectrum ranges from the benignly misleading - such as stories that...
2016 online review: Streaming makes big strides
It's TV, but not as we know it. One of the biggest changes to hit the media and entertainment industry in 2016 was the increased prevalence of video streaming...
Kerre's famous Christmas cake recipe
For Newstalk ZB host Kerre McIvor, sharing a one-pot Christmas cake recipe with the nation has become an annual tradition. 20 years ago a caller called Vivienne...
Caller Sandra: Help with inexpensive Christmas gifts
Sandra asked Mark for some ideas for inexpensive Christmas presents. She has five to get but only has $25.
Aucklanders' issues, that aren't house prices
Murray Kirkness from the NZ Herald spoke to Kerre and Mark with his tongue firmly in cheek about issues, other than house prices, that Aucklanders face. A creepy...
Caller Geoff's garage invention
Everyone knows the plastic container brand Sistema. You've probably got a collection of them at your place. They were created by a Kiwi guy in his garage and he...
Claire Turnbull: Surviving the Silly Season
Qualified nutritionist Claire Turnbull joins Kerre and Mark to discuss how to stay healthy this Christmas, with her top tips being to enjoy your treats in moderation,...
Caller Michael: Key's legacy is relationship with Maori Party
Talkback caller Michael suggested that as far as John Key's legacy as Prime Minister goes, it is an improved relationship between the government and Maori. He described...
NZ First's Clayton Mitchell, SKY's Kirsty Way: Making sport games of national significance free-to-air
New Zealand First MP Clayton Mitchell joins Mark Dye to discuss his Member's Bill, asking sports games of 'national significance' be broadcast free-to-air. Later,...
Texter on why Far North power-lines would have been shot
Transpower suspects the power cut in the Far North may be sabotage after bullet casings were found near damaged pylons. One texter thinks they know why that would've...
Te Papa's new hands-on exhibit Bug Lab
When our very own Ruud Kleinpaste isn't giving our listeners great advice, he's an entomological expert and educator with Te Papa's Bug Lab exhibition. The spectacular...
Ina Kinski: Online plan to help Kaikoura shops over Christmas
Ina Kinski is the brain behind a plan, which has the support of local Kaikoura businesses, to set up a website and personal shopping service to help sell items in...
Mark Dye chats with Coldplay
Mark Dye sat down with Will Champion and Guy Berryman of Coldplay ahead of their show at Mt Smart Stadium last week.