Sam and Jacob bring you the latest music, news, stories and a new random theme each episode.
One-Off Programmes or Short Series on Youth Zone.
Studio Vignettes – an Exhibition and Readings
Curated by Isla Thomas, Studio Vignettes was designed as a hub for students and young people to showcase their own and experience each other’s work, including small books or zines.
In this event we will hear from a few of the artists involved in the exhibition.
Fear Factor – Covering yourself in snakes for fun
In this panel discussion and reading, Eliana Gray, Jordan Hamel and a panel of terrified guests discuss what they are really afraid of.
Please Note, this recording includes strong language.
Story and Spirit, Language and Heart
This panel discussion, moderated by Fran Kewene, consists of Eva Grace Mullaley and Zac James from Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company, and Jess Thompson Carr (aka Maori Mermaid). The topic: How language and culture shapes our story telling.
Museum of Broken Relationships – Have you had your heart broken? Do you own an object that won’t let you forget? Hannah Molloy from Otago Museum is calling for submissions for an exhibition to open in December.
Hannah joined Jeff on the OARsome Morning Show to tell us more about the exhibition and their call for submissions.
The 2018 OAR FM Air Awards were held at Burns Hall on the 17th of November 2018. This awards night, held every couple of years, is to celebrate all hard work and dedication of our volunteer broadcasters.
Congratulations to all who entered their fabulous shows for consideration.
Full list of results:
Project Rioteer (Ashley King)
Arts and Literature (Joint Winners)
Dark Dunedin (Emily Duncan and HJ Kilkelly)
Write On (Vanda Symon)
Community Information and Services
NoteAble Radio (Chris Ford)
Science, Sustainability and the Environment
Wild Dunedin Podcast (Dr Claire Concannon and Jamie McAulay)
Music - Community Supported
A Kaleidoscope of Music (Justine Schep)
Fine Tune (Alistair Addis)
Health and Wellbeing
Bringing Wellbeing to Life (Dr Denise Quinlan)
Indigenous Encounters (Pia Kahn)
Let’s Talk Sport (Liam Wilson)
Most Popular Podcast (Joint Winners)
Jazz Café (Lou McConnell)
Say Mê Việt Nam – Passionate Vietnam
Radius Fulton Residents’ Show
Volunteer of the Year
PSA Supreme Award
Wild Dunedin Podcast
Otago Community Broadcasters Society Lifetime Membership
Vanda Symon and Chanel O’Brien
Today, we’re excited to announce the launch of the Access Internet Radio app, available from Google Play and the App Store.
You can have OAR FM Dunedin and our sister stations around Aotearoa New Zealand with you wherever you go, on your phone and other devices, with podcasts and live streaming of primo local content at your fingertips.
Thanks NZ On Air for supporting new ways to have our communities’ voices heard. Download today!
Lunch Time Reading Session
As part of the Burns Fellowship 60th Anniversary celebrations, former and current Burns Fellows gathered in the University of Otago Link to read extracts of their novels, short stories, poetry, scripts, non-fiction and theatrical texts.
From Book to Film
As part of the Burns Fellowship 60th Anniversary celebrations, the Dunedin Public Art Gallery Society organised a panel discussion.
In the programme you are about to hear, former Burns Fellows join Chris Prentice, Associate Professor from the University of Otago Department of English and Alistair Fox, Emeritus Professor of English, for a discussion on the topic From Book to Film – Adapting New Zealand Literature to the Screen.
Tribute to Absent Fellows
The programme you are about to hear, Tribute to Absent Fellows, is brought to you by the Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival, in association with the University of Otago English Programme’s Burns Fellowship 60th anniversary celebrations.
What follows is a salute to the 17 Burns Fellows no longer with us – with friends, whanau and colleagues of Absent Fellows taking the podium to read in their honour.
Child Poverty Election Candidate Forum
On Wednesday 23 August 2017 a General Election Candidates Forum on Child Poverty was held at Knox Church Community Hall, Dunedin.
The forum was organised by Connect South in partnership with Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers, Public Health Association of New Zealand and the Child Poverty Action Group.
Candidates to address the forum were: Metiria Turei MP (Green), Clare Curran (Labour), Paul Foster-Bell (National), Warren Voight (NZ First) and Lindsay Smith (The Opportunities Party).
The forum is podcasts in its entirety.
Dunedin Youth Debate
In this special broadcast we bring you coverage of the Dunedin Youth Debate held on Thursday the 31st of August at Otago Boys’ High School, organised by the Dunedin Youth Council.
In this debate, representatives from four political parties discussed issues relevant to young people in Dunedin.
We will hear from; Shane Gallagher (Green), Paul Foster-Bell (National), Clare Curran (Labour) and Abe Gray (The Opportunities Party).
For more information on the Dunedin Youth Council, check out their Facebook Page
Election Forum: Climate Change and Environmental Issues
In this special event broadcast we bring you coverage of the ‘Election Forum on Climate Change and Environmental Issues’, held at the Otago Polytechnic on Wednesday the 6th of September.
This event was organised by Sustainable Dunedin City and Chaired by Jinty MacTavish.
We hear from six representatives as they discuss their parties policies on environmental issues
Niki Bould – Green Party
Miriam Mowatt – Democrats for Social Credit
Lindsay Smith – The Opportunities Party
David Clark – Labour Party
Warren Voight – New Zealand First
Lachie Ashton – Conservative Party
OARsome Morning Show – 08-09-2017
Elections 2017 – Dee Vickers, Registrar of Electors
Radio/Podcast Series to Profile 20 Dunedin Writers Aged 14-18 Years
Otago Access Radio’s Youth Zone in collaboration with Dunedin UNESCO City of Literature and Dunedin Public Libraries present an unmissable opportunity for young poets.
We’re looking for expressions of interest from 20 young poets to perform and record original works free of charge. Your poetry, your format, your style.
If you are between the ages of 14 – 18 and have a love of words, we want to hear from you. This is your chance to reach a broad local audience on 105.4FM and 1575AM, and podcast to the world from OAR FM’s website www.oar.org.nz.
Each 15 minute episode will include an interview with a young writer about their work and their interest in writing and performing poetry, and readings of their original poems. The recording sessions will take place over 20 weeks starting early February.
This is a unique opportunity as there are only 20 spaces available!
TO REGISTER YOUR INTEREST please use our online form
Register Your Interest Here