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TitleDescriptionPublished OnDuration Play Episode Link
Plains FM Features-20-07-2019 - Spirit AnimalsSomething exciting is coming to the Pumanawa Gallery in Christchurch's Art Centre that's sure to be the cats pyjamas! Turn your ears this way, as we talk to Clarissa Hendroff and Amelia Trick-Pendle, two creative intermediate school kids making art to support the Canterbury SPCA with the latest exhibition, Spirit Animals. We also chat with artist and tutor to the girls, Ira Mitchell, who is behind the scenes organising the show. Spirit Animals is running from July 22nd at 7pm for two weeks.20/07/2019 11:00 AM0:14:22Download //
Plains FM Feature - Les Liaisons DangereusesVenture into the world of 18th century intrigue, corruption and revenge when Nicki Reece talks to actors Kathleen Burns and Daniel Watterson about The Court Theatre's latest production. 09/07/2019 10:54 AM0:17:59Download //
Plains FM Features-24-06-2019 Tusiata Avia - Va Oceans BetweenPoet and Exhibition Writer in Residence at Tūranga Library Tusiata Avia reads her work created in response to the 'Va Oceans Between' exhibition at Tūranga26/06/2019 02:00 PM0:28:44Download //
Plains FM Features-24-06-2019 World Refugee Day 2019Speeches and music from the World Refugee Day celebration at Hagley College24/06/2019 03:22 PM0:33:17Download //
Plains FM Features-21-05-2019 Together Against RacismSpeeches from the Together Against Racism event held in Christchurch21/05/2019 03:15 PM0:27:47Download //
Plains FM Features-04-05-2019 Polyfest Live!Join the PlainsFM team and Sam and Sefa from Polyhood as they chat with performers and stallholders at Polyfest Canterbury ...Live!04/05/2019 11:00 AM0:58:57Download //
Plains FM Features-07-03-2019 StardateDavid Hill speaks to astronomers at the Canterbury Astronomical Society Camp at Staveley07/03/2019 10:00 AM0:25:22Download //
Plains FM Features-20-02-2019 International Women and Girls in Astronomy Day Interviews with international women astronomers Associate Professor Jenni Adams, Associate Professor Karen Pollard, both lecturers at the University of Canterbury, and Dr Angelica Angles, a post-doctorate researcher at the University of Hong Kong,and aspiring students as part of the International Women and Girls in Astronomy Day on Monday, February 11. The event was initiated by Oxford Observatory, with support from the Canterbury Astronomical Society and the University of Canterbury, which hosted it. 20/02/2019 11:00 AM0:24:1Download //
Plains FM Features-15-02-2019 The Many Faces of ICE/LinwoodLaura checks out a unique photo exhibition at the Linwwod Community Arts Centre and chats with the artists and residents about their neighbourhood15/02/2019 11:00 AM0:30:5Download //