Kā manu o Rēhua me Dr Anderson
Barbara Anderson and tamariki from Te Kura Kaupapa Māori (TKKM) o Ōtepoti present Kā Manu o Rēhua and Dr Anderson - A mix of Everyday Science and Te Reo Māori.
|Monday, 2pm||105.4FM / 1575AM||Otago Access Radio|
This is a bilingual show for everyone to enjoy, with a great line-up of scientists to interview. Each episode includes:
- A Whakatauki (proverb/saying)
- An interview with a guest scientist (in English – with te reo and English questions)
- Kua Takoto te Manuka: a challenge to the children set by the scientist. Kua Takoto te Manuka refers to the challenge laid down during a powhiri.
Series 2, Episode 2. Science, sustainability, kaitiakitaka, local body politics and ... moths. Jinty MacTavish
22 May 2017
Alison Ballance fronts Radio NZ's 'Our Changing World', and writes in her 'spare' time. She discusses her latest book, about Great White Sharks, with Moka and Maia.
Dr Anderson, Lilly and Maia (Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Ōtepoti) interview guest scientist Emma Burns (Otago Museum). We talk Collections, Natural History and of course MOTHS – moth collections and what being a curator is like. Plus what the Otago Museum has got going over the holidays.
Barbara Anderson and lepidopterist extraordinaire Robert Hoare talk all things moth. Moth taxonomy, the Ahi Pepe MothNet project, naming moths, big moths, small moths...
Series 1, Episode 7: Zealandia. Continents, rocks, and why is NZ's flora and fauna so different and so special. Nick Mortimer (GNS - Geology)
31 Mar 2017Nick has been on seven voyages on research ships around New Zealand, collecting rocks from the sea floor. It is these voyages that helped him and other geologists find the hidden continent of Zealandia.
29 Mar 2017Barbara Anderson and Margarita & Jazz from Te Kura Kaupapa Māori (TKKM) o Ōtepoti discuss the Ahi Pepe project and their upcoming trip to the 2017 World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WIPCE) in Toronto, Canada, with Jeff at Otago Access Radio.
24 Mar 2017We speak to Dr Daphne Lee from the Geology Dept. at the University of Otago about what a Geologist does, Amber, Jurassic Park, Hollyworld, Moths, Kauri trees, climate warming, resin, fossils, what you should study at school to become a geologist, field trips and what you should do if you think you've found a fossil.
17 Mar 2017This week we talk textiles with Dr Bronwyn Lowe, from the Centre for Materials Science and Technology - Te Pū - Hahaka - Hakarau at the University of Otago, where she studies textiles, and textile preservation.
Episode 4: Kā Rīroi (Small Mammals) with Dr Deb Wilson (Landcare Research).
Tune in as Kā manu o Rēhua me Dr Anderson interview a guest scientist and bring you a mix of everyday science in Te Reo Māori.
Series 1, Episode 3: Kaitiakitaka (Guardianship), with Tahu MacKenzie (Orokonui Ecosanctuary) and Bill Morris
3 Mar 2017Episode 3: Kaitiakitanga (Guardianship), with Tahu MacKenzie and Bill Morris. Tune in as Kā manu o Rēhua me Dr Anderson interview a guest scientist and bring you a mix of everyday science in Te Reo Māori.