The OARsome Morning Show – with Jeff, weekdays 9am-10am.
An hour of timely tips, topical interviews and terrific music, keeping you up to date with what’s on around Dunedin and Otago.
And if your community group or organisation has something special coming up, Jeff welcomes your input.
Get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the station on (03) 471 6161.
Russell Campbell takes you back to a time when Hollywood stars were glamorous, Broadway musicals set toes a-tapping, and there was no such thing as reality TV.
Golden Sounds of Stage and Screen is an hour-long celebration of the golden age of entertainment, an oasis of heart-warming good cheer in your busy day.
Tune in for memorable music and vintage comedy from yesteryear.
Huge thanks to the Regent Theatre Trust.
Sheila Shuttlebus – it’s a funny name, but then, Sheila’s a funny woman.
Every Monday at 11am, Sheila brings you half an hour of amusing musings on the lighter side of everyday life. The writing’s biting and the verse gets worse – think Pam Ayers, but with a broad Lancashire accent. It’s all designed to give listeners a bright start to their day.
B2M Business Insights, with your host Simon Fawkes, is the podcast for business owners and managers who are open to new ideas and who are willing to embrace change. Through tips on strategy, marketing and social media, we’ll stimulate fresh ideas for your business and help you make the right decisions about growing your business and reaching your markets.
The business world is changing at an ever increasing pace and companies that do not recognise and respond to change are likely to face extinction. Too often people in business cling to old ways of working and rely on what they call “common sense”, which can be little more than some empty clichés.
Traditional forms of business planning are no longer effective and may even be harmful to your business. Business owners and boards of directors who are stuck in the past are the ones most likely to be swamped by the next wave.
Simon Fawkes believes in thinking differently and challenging perceived ideas and ways of working. Find out more by visiting b2m.co.nz.
Celebrating diversity on Otago Access Radio.
Join host Pia Kahn every second Monday at 7pm as she explores aspects of indigenous cultures – from food, music and spiritual beliefs to oral traditions, politics, current affairs and activism. She will be joined by some wonderful guests, sharing their stories with you.
Thanks to the Settling In Fund from the Office of Ethnic Communities for supporting the Connecting Cultures Zone on Otago Access Radio.
Telugu is one of the sweetest languages spoken in the southern part of India – known as the Italian of the East due to its melodic nature. Listen to Telugu songs that are rich in music and meaning, and hear more about this beautiful place, on Namasthe Telugu with Sasi Bhushan.
Thanks to the Office of Ethnic Communities Settling In Fund for its support of Otago Access Radio’s Connecting Cultures Zone.
We invite you to listen in for a range of guest interviews and music to entertain and inform our kabayans about a variety of topics to help you make a smooth transition to the Kiwi way of life. We also want to show off the talents and skills that Filipinos bring to New Zealand and especially Canterbury! So if you have an interest in Filipino culture and language, and want to hear information about settling in as migrants here tune in and join Carlos, Delia, Allan, Lydia and April and guests for an hour each Monday at 9pm. We’d love to have your company!
This programme was first broadcast on our sister station, Plains FM in Christchurch
Brought to you from Plains FM in Christchurch
“Faatauaina o Aiga” or in English “Focus on the Family” came about from the concern in our hearts for people dealing with family problems in the community.
For Samoans, the church is always closely related to general life. This is therefore a significant point in the structure of our programme. We do not separate faith and living, and so we have kept faith aspects together with the many topics of family, social, health and general life which have been discussed. Issues include the different roles in families, child abuse, family violence, suicide, asthma, alzheimers, and disabilities.
We started broadcasting from 2002 and we are still going strong. We produce our own programmes independantly from home each week.
Our motto – “For evil to flourish, the only thing the good people do is nothing.”
If you need encouragement, a boost in self esteem, something positive for you and your family, listen in. Every Friday from 3pm. This programme is produced by the Faatauaina o Aiga family.