The show is for the people starring … its people! Talk on the Taieri is dedicated to engaging the wider community by sharing their stories. The show features interviews with people about topical issues, news snippets, community characters, promotes community events for free – just email details! – and features local musicians.
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.
‘Creative Connections’ – presentations from Dunedin UNESCO City of Literature’s ‘Creative Cities Southern Hui’, sponsored by the New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO and in partnership with University of Otago’s Centre for the Book.
Held in Ōtepoti Dunedin between November 28th and December 2nd 2017, the free hui hosted many fruitful conversations across the arts as local and global creative minds met to share and collaborate.
The City of Literature’s ‘Creative Connections’ programme explored creativity as the touchstone of healthy, sustainable communities, and celebrated the power of collaboration to inspire.
Local and international guest speakers from a range of backgrounds and creative fields gathered at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery Auditorium for an invigorating, inspiring day of presentations.
In this series, we share those presentations with you, introduced by Master of Ceremonies Victor Billot from Otago University Press.
Feature interviews with artists, administrators, writers and arts practitioners and an entertaining and informative mix of reviews, previews and expert comment make this show a “must hear” every week.
A series celebrating the literary talent of young people in Dunedin.
In this series we profile 20 young Dunedin writers about their passion for poetry and creative writing. We will also hear them perform their own original works and explore the background of their stories.
Join Jean Balchin as she dabbles in a little pop culture criticism, interview some cool and interesting locals, and roll out some old-school rock
Brought to you by Hard To Find Books in Dowling Street
- Jean and Tonic – 05-01-2018 – Yoko Ono1 month ago
- Jean and Tonic – 29-12-2017 – Jane Campion2 months ago
- Jean and Tonic – 22-12-2017 – Wisdom Teeth2 months ago
- Jean and Tonic – 15-12-2017 – Toothy Draws2 months ago
- Jean and Tonic – 01-12-2017 – Karl Leisky3 months ago
- Jean and Tonic – 01-12-2017 – The Silence of the Lambs3 months ago
- Jean and Tonic – 24-11-2017 – Chaucer’s Women3 months ago
- Jean and Tonic – 17-11-2017 – Brent Harpur3 months ago
- Jean and Tonic – 10-11-2017 – The Treaty of Waitangi3 months ago
- Jean and Tonic – 03-11-2017 – How to identify a Stroke4 months ago
Join Ashley from ‘Ashley & the Riot’ for talk and information about how you can make a difference in your community. Hear from local community groups, guest speakers, and students, as they talk about the topics that matter to young people in Dunedin.
- Project Rioteer on Youth Zone – 09-02-20181 week ago
- Project Rioteer on Youth Zone – 26-01-2018 – Ryan Jones3 weeks ago
- Project Rioteer on Youth Zone – 29-12-2017 – School Subjects with Tom2 months ago
- Project Rioteer on Youth Zone – 15-12-2017 – Performing Arts – Perry Spicer2 months ago
- Project Rioteer on Youth Zone – 17-11-2017 – Salvation Army Dunedin3 months ago
- Project Rioteer on Youth Zone – 03-11-20174 months ago
- Project Rioteer on Youth Zone – 20-10-2017 – Youth Employment Success4 months ago
- Project Rioteer on Youth Zone – 06-10-2017 – Holiday Banter4 months ago
- Project Rioteer on Youth Zone – 22-09-2017 – Otago Youth Wellness Trust – Ruth and Hayley5 months ago
- Project Rioteer on Youth Zone – 08-09-2017 – Opportunities and Services for Youth in Dunedin5 months ago
Imagine yourself in the middle of a dark ocean. The only thing you hear is a distant Morse code over a retro beat.
A silky voice asks, “Are you my mother?” The sparkly lights get closer. There’s people drinking coffee, vodka and fluffy ducks. They’re chatting and laughing. “Where did you get that lame boob tube from?” . . . “From here! Dr Glam and Demelza’s Inflammable Spandex Café!” . . . “That’s a mouthful.” . . . “I know, but it’s not fattening.”
The beat grows louder as you climb onboard the shimmering café. Chill out and relax, dudes.
Let Ian (Dr Glam) Chapman and Demelza May take you there, every Friday at 6pm on Otago Access Radio. Chur!
Woven Stories is for children or the young at heart.
Join storyteller and artist Allie Simpson as she weaves through original, local and classical stories for children and whole the family.
Along with her guests, Allie celebrates and finds the creative tales that surround us, including the stories our children tell today.