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 Kenise: Do guys appreciate being given flowers?
Kenise called Kerre this afternoon on the subject of whether guys appreciate being given flowers. LISTEN ABOVE
Invercargill principal talks to Kerre after big night at Education Awards
Kerre attended the Prime Minister's Education Excellence Awards last night, and said she was blown away by the excellence of the educators being recognised, and...
Caller Vicki: 'Snowballing' vet bills add up to $40,000
The latest claims data revealed by Southern Cross Pet Insurance, show chewing a favourite pair of shoes or digging up the roses may be the least of a pet owner's...
Proud Kiwis talk winning the America's Cup with Kerre
What else would we talk about this afternoon? The America's Cup win of course. We had a number of people call in with their tidbits about the Cup.
MPI: Anything can be put on the menu if proven to be safe
The Ministry of Primary Industries says not everyone has to follow what's set out in new guidelines for restaurants and food outlets, but it will be a costly exercise. Chefs...
Michael van de Elzen: Focus on kitchen cleanliness not meat's temperature
Our food watchdogs are being told to focus on the cleanliness of kitchens - not the temperature meat's being cooked at. That's the message from chefs to MPI, as...
Kerre roasts her colleague over his 'man bun'
Today Kerre found out her colleague Alex Braae is sporting a man bun, which she had previously banned from the studio. LISTEN ABOVE AS KERRE SPEAKS WITH ALEX ABOUT...
Dunedin bomb scare back story
NZ Herald Deputy Editor tells Kerre the back story to last Friday's bomb scare that caused major disruption in Central Dunedin. READ MORE: Suspicious package in...
Two young Lions fans join Kerre in studio
Two young Lions' fans join Kerre in the studio, in Hamilton ahead of the match. LISTEN ABOVE AS JACK AND TOM SPEAK WITH KERRE
Caller Richard: Mt Ruapehu is public property and people shouldn't be charged to use it
Caller Richard speaks to Kerre and Mark his experience with being asked to leave a free play area on Mount Ruapehu. The valley was free but has been fenced off...
Monumental day for town renamed Meadsville
A monumental day for the town renamed as Meadsville and for the legendary All Black affectionately known as Pinetree. A 2.7 metre bronze statue has been unveiled...
Kerre and Mark react to fisherman charged with fraud story
Kerre and Mark's live reaction to the story of a young fisherman who lied about his father being killed in a car crash. Talley's Fisheries' Amaltal Columbia sailed...
Police doorknocking to lobby their thoughts on liquor store opening
Wellington police are being accused of gathering support in opposition of a liquor store application. An owner of a fruit shop wants to change the property into...
Mark puts weekend traffic jams down to immigration
Mark said he's experiencing sitting in traffic on Saturdays and Sundays which he said should not be happening on the weekends He puts it down to immigration and...
Kerre's cleaning out the cupboards and learning about 'use-by' dates
Now Kerre isn't drinking she's been cleaning out her pantry and fridge and came across some tins with a use by date from 2016. She wasn't sure whether they were...
David Seymour: Voluntary euthanasia bill up for debate
Act Party leader David Seymour spoke to Kerre and Mark about his private member's bill being drawn from the ballot today. The bill represents the best chance for...
Kerre and Mark lament the possible loss of Pineapple Lumps
Kerre and Mark lament the possible loss of Eskimos, Pineapple Lumps and Buzz bars if Cadbury's Dunedin factory closes down. The factory is set to close next year,...
Mark Dye pledges $1000 to save Cadbury's Dunedin factory
Mark pledges $1000 to Dunedin Councillor Jim O’Malley’s OwnTheFactory.co.nz campaign, which aims to 'keep industrial scale confectionery and chocolate manufacturing...
Kerre McIvor: Open letter to a bullying victim - 'Why didn't I stop bully? I feel sick'
It was about twenty past four on Thursday afternoon. You were standing with your back to us, as my husband and I drove by in a queue of traffic just opposite the...
Kerre spilt water trying to find headphones, which were on her head
Kerre spilt water in the studio while reaching for a pair of headphone while wearing headphones. However Kerre saw the funny side suggesting she was helping Mark...
Kerre tells her story about seeing a kid being bullied
Kerre tells her story about seeing a kid being bullied by two others during rush hour traffic, where she felt she couldn't intervene without stopping a traffic jam.
Caller Amanda reacts to Kerre's story about seeing a kid being bullied
Caller Amanda reacts to Kerre's story about being frustrated when she saw two kids bullying another kid during rush hour traffic.
Kerre sneezes and Mark 'the millennial' is not happy
After Kerre sneezes in studio Mark thinks he's going to be infected before his holiday. As you'd expect, Kerre tells him how it is.
'Kerre is a feeder'
Kerre never eats the whole thing of treats she buys and leaves it next to Mark to taunt him.
Kiwi singer-songwriter Teeks performs for Kerre and Mark
Kerre and Mark where this afternoon treated to performance by young up-and-coming soul artist Teeks. LISTEN TO THE FULL INTERVIEW ABOVE The Kiwi singer-songwriter...