Muffin Talks 2016 - Snippets
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Muffin Talk

Please use the page below to view and listen to our very own 'Muffin Talk' radio programme.
The current interviews and pictures of guests are also available on our Facebook page. 

Listen to some snippets here:

Snippets 2017 (pictures of guests)

Snippets 2018 (pictures of guests)


12 Jun - 19 Jun 2020: Br Kieran Fenn (The Women in Luke)

19 Jun - 26 Jun 2020: Br Kieran Fenn (The Women in John)

26 Jun - 03 Jul 2020: Louise Thompson (Grief & Loss)

03 Jul - 10 Jul 2020: Matthew Gardner (Interfaith & Quarantine)

10 Jul - 17 Jul 2020: Matthew Gardner (Living in Quarantine)

Interviews on Muffin Talk available below (click on archive)

Plus more available on request at

This week's Muffin Talk is the repeat of an interview with Kevin McBride. Kevin summarises the history around Te Tiriti o Waitangi - the Treaty of Waitangi.
If you want to know more about this New Zealand public holiday and its origins, come to the presentation by Susan Healy on 28 February, 7-9pm (koha).

Our guest at Muffin Talk today is Catherine Gillies. She is an experienced post-abortion counsellor and the Chair of the Diocesan Human Life Committee.
Parliament will soon decide on the suggested Abortion Legislation Bill.
Please note that there is a March of Life in Auckland City on 29 February, starting with a gathering at 1pm at Freyberg Square, Auckland CBD and the march starting at 2pm.

Today's guest at Muffin Talk is Imaam Muhammed Shaakir who looks after the Muslim community in Avondale Islamic Centre, Auckland. In this interview he shares some insights into his role as Imaam and his experience in Aotearoa New Zealand. 

Br Matthew from the Taize Community in France. He gives some background to this Community which is active since 1940. Every year, thousands of young adults come together and pray and live in community for a few days.
This Muffin Talk was recorded during Br Matthew's visit to Auckland on 18/19 November. 

Muffin Talks 2019 - Snippets
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Bishop Patrick Dunn, the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Auckland shares his experiences after a trip to Rome for the Ad Limina Visit, in which all Catholic Bishops of Auckland met with Pope Francis

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