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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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...
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.
Caller Briar: Segregation of transgender athletes in sport
Mark talks to caller Briar- a transgender paddle boarder, about segregation in sports when it comes to transgender athletes.
Louise and Matthew: Sex education and consent
Mark chats to callers Louise and Matthew, about whether or not NZ should have compulsory sex and consent education in schools. Both argue that consent talks should...
Breaking Bad actor Bob Odenkirk in studio with Mark Dye
Bob Odenkirk is best known for his role as lawyer Saul Goodman on drama series Breaking Bad and then playing the leading role in spin-off Better Call Saul. He spoke...
Caller Dave: Dealing with youth crime
Kerre and Mark chat to caller Dave, who has a suggestion on dealing with youth crime after a rampage in Kaikohe, vandalism in Waimarama and fighting at Polyfest.
Caller Gary: Why airport dog Grizz couldn't be tranquilised
Gary called up to share his knowledge about tranquillisers to tell Mark why Grizz the airport security dog was shot rather than tranquillised.
Art vs Graffiti: 'Dog' sketch threatened by council
An enormous water tank at a dogwalking park in Mt Eden, Auckland has been the canvas for a number of street artists over the years, but their work is always destroyed...
Kerre and Mark search for the perfect 'birthing' song
Kerre & Mark search for a song to play about babies after today’s chat about birthing facilities.
Caller Mary: Wanting a trendy version of 'Nana'
Now that Kerre is a grandmother, caller Mary told her not to fuss too much about finding the perfect name for her new grandson to call her.
Mime Radio - can you see it taking off?
Kerre makes gestures and Mark suddenly realises they're on the radio and the listeners have no idea what's happening.
When your kids embarrass you in public
Drew called to tell Kerre and Mark his experience when his daughter yelled something out in the supermarket aisle.
What does 'free-range' eggs really mean?
Caller Rob is a farmer of free-range eggs and he told Kerre and Mark about what free range eggs really means. Countdown says it's "extremely concerned" some eggs...
Caller David: We forced our son to go through military training
Caller David talks with Mark about New Zealand First’s Bill on youth employment training, which would see the Defence Force involved in vocational training, and...
Niva Retimanu on the struggles of having a long name
Newstalk ZB newsreader Niva Retimanu joins Kerre & Mark to talk about why having such a long name poses a few challenges.
Caller Greg wants to change his name
Greg wants to change his name to either 'Duncan McLeod', 'Connor McLeod' or 'Fergus Crowley'. He asks Kerre & Mark what they think.
International Women's Day: Kerre and Mark talk to inspirational businesswoman Janine Allis
For International Women's Day Kerre and Mark spoke to inspirational businesswoman Janine Allis Janine founded Boost Juice, Salsa's and Cibo Express and has sold...
Kerre's fashion encounter with Trinny Woodall
Caller Everly said she had met Kerre before when Kerre MC'd for a Trinny and Susannah event in Lower Hutt. It reminded Kerre of what the ladies were like. Susannah...