Paakiwaha is an exciting weekly two hour current affairs program hosted by Willie Jackson and featuring topical national kaupapa from a Māori perspective.
Since it began in 2002, Paakiwaha has made a key contribution to Waatea’s vision of providing a Māori current affairs format in English, a forum that provides a uniquely Māori perspective on issues affecting primarily Māori, but ultimately all New Zealanders.
The aim has always been to provide opportunities for listeners to have a better understanding of kaupapa that may not get fair treatment on mainstream media, while allowing Māori and non-Māori to engage in critical debates on those issues.
The BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcaster, broadcasting news, speech and discussions in 29 languages to many parts of the world on analogue and digital shortwave platforms, internet streaming, podcasting, satellite, FM and MW relays. The English language service broadcasts 24 hours a day.
Maureen Howard presents a half-hour sustainable living show.
From making your own cleaning products to composting, recycling, keeping chooks and reducing your carbon footprint, Maureen and her guests will inspire you with practical, everyday solutions that make a difference.
Email Maureen directly with ideas, comments and feedback at email@example.com or visit her website http://ecolivinginactiondunedin.wordpress.com
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.