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Lately with Karyn Hay is a late night radio show on RNZ National, with an eye on live events, an ear for music, a great sense of humour and a genuine interest in people and their stories.

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Wednesday 17 July 2019

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10:20 Jewish communities give $1M for mosque shooting victims 

Jewish community leaders joined Muslim officials in Christchurch today to hand over a million dollars raised for the victims of the Christchurch mosque attacks. 

Following the 15 March shooting, the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh raised more than $900,000 for Christchurch Muslims, and almost $70,000 was raised by Jewish communities in Australia. 

At a lunch time ceremony the cheque was given to The Christchurch Foundation and its CEO Amy Carter talks about how the money will be spent.

Dr Anwar Ghani (red) takes the Jewish visitors on a tour of a Christchurch Mosque.

Dr Anwar Ghani (red) takes the Jewish visitors on a tour of a Christchurch Mosque. Photo: Supplied

 


10:30 New Zealand's 51st International Film Festival

It's the eve of New Zealand's International Film Festival which opens for the 51st time in Auckland tomorrow night before touring its program around the country.

Sandra Reid programs the Festival each year and she tells Karyn how the films are chosen and that it's best to "plunge on in" when choosing what to watch. 

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10:45 Midweek Mediawatch: Critical Cricket and so much more 

Colin Peacock recalls how the media dealt with what happened at Lords, there's a drought-breaking surge of local TV comedy and a surprising comedy confession, with some up-close coverage of the fallout from 'Taken by the State'.

 

Ian Smith feels the strain with Nasser Hussein.

Ian Smith feels the strain with Nasser Hussein. Photo: screenshot / ICC Twitter