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Women On the Waves

Women on the Waves is a  half hour show on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at 10am.

Every second Tuesday the programme is presented by Rachel Haselden with the purpose of offering thoughtful and challenging discussions that affect women of all ages and backgrounds in 'Women's Lives, Women's Stories' The programme also celebrates women's achievements in the arts, science, sports, health and community. 

Every fourth Tuesday the programme is presented by Patience Mapukata who runs 'Ordinary Woman' workshops and chats with inspiring local women.

 

 

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Women On the Waves-11-06-2019 - A Woman Living Off-Grid
Rachel chats with Andrea Holland Castaneda about her experience of living off-grid and growing up in Guatemala.
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Women On the Waves-14-05-2019 - Women, Travel & Music
Rachel chats with local gypsy Mary O'Leary - a Kiwi DJ's adventures in Andalusia Spain.
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Women On the Waves-07-05-2019 - Sarah Lineham - "Daily Despair"
Patience chats with Sarah Lineham about depression and her new book - "Daily Despair"
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Women On the Waves-09-04-2019 - Voices of the Kaikoura earthquake Nurses.
Rachel chats with Sally Brake, Sally is a nurse, photographer, storyteller and is passionate about sharing the stories of nurses who worked through the Kaikoura earthquakes.
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Women On the Waves-02-04-2019 The Golem of Prague
Shonaleigh Cumbers, International Storyteller of the Drut’syla Yiddish Oral Tradition presents the tale 'The Golem of Prague' at Tūranga and describes the ancient Drut’syla tradition
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Women On the Waves-12-03-2019 - Women, Creativity and Healing
Rachel chats with Hilary Jean Tapper - Dollmaker, Illustrator, Filmmaker and Arts Therapy student.
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Women On the Waves-05-03-2019 - Shonaleigh Cumbers, International Storyteller of the Drut’syla Yiddish Oral Tradition coming to Christchurch
Anne Mortimer of Christchurch City Libraries chats to Shonaleigh Cumbers about the female oral tradition of being a Drut’syla, storytelling as an art form, and the preservation of these cultural stories along with a taster story before her community performance and Q&A session at Tūranga, Thurs 14 March, 6.- 7.30pm.
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Women On the Waves-12-02-2019 Women in their Third Age
Rachel speaks with Norma Marriott, Life Coach and Volunteer Guide at the Christchurch Art Gallery, about reinventing yourself in your third age.
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Women On the Waves-08-01-2019 Women in Karate
Rachel speaks with Mary Patu the highest ranked instructor for Okinawa Te Karate in New Zealand - 80 Years old and still teaching.
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