Join the crew from PACT Otago’s Armitage indoor campus every Friday for a half-hour of music, updates on community events and interviews.
From our friends at Plains FM in Christchurch
Dr Carl Bamlet is from the ‘Alpha Omega Clinic’ and is a Chiropractor , Certified Nutrition Specialist with an extraordinary amount of knowledge about how bodies function and what to do to help them function better as well as how important a healthy body is to a better business. On this weekly half hour show Carl and Cuz talk about a wide range of health choices, business challenges and issues as well as highlighting health oriented Canterbury businesses. Tune into this show every week at 9am on a Tuesday or check out the latest podcast on our website.
Or you can visit Carl’s own website: www.drbamlet.com
From our friends at Free FM in Hamilton
A show about animal welfare and rights, produced by Sandra Kyle who hosts the show, together with regular presenters Lynley Tulloch, Paul Judge and Sarah Oliver.
Using music, news updates, guests, panel debates and discussions, Sandra plans to cover animal welfare and rights and plant-based diet recipes and other issues related to our use of animals, including the environmental impacts of farming. Safe & Sound covers such topics as factory farming, dairy farming, animals and the law, duck shooting, using animals in sports and in entertainment such as horse and greyhound racing and rodeos, using animals in experiments, fish farming, chained dogs, puppy mills, breeding animals, using euthanasia as a last resort, keeping birds as pets, how ‘pests’ are dealt with in New Zealand – and much more.
On the show’s name SAFE refers to advocating for animals to keep them free from harm and also refers to our support of the organisation SAFE (Save Animals from Exploitation). SOUND refers to using the airways to discuss animal issues and animal rights, and also to another meaning of the word sound, which is to be true and rigorous.
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 Ono2 weeks ago
- Jean and Tonic – 29-12-2017 – Jane Campion3 weeks ago
- Jean and Tonic – 22-12-2017 – Wisdom Teeth4 weeks ago
- Jean and Tonic – 15-12-2017 – Toothy Draws1 month ago
- Jean and Tonic – 01-12-2017 – Karl Leisky2 months ago
- Jean and Tonic – 01-12-2017 – The Silence of the Lambs2 months ago
- Jean and Tonic – 24-11-2017 – Chaucer’s Women2 months ago
- Jean and Tonic – 17-11-2017 – Brent Harpur2 months ago
- Jean and Tonic – 10-11-2017 – The Treaty of Waitangi2 months ago
- Jean and Tonic – 03-11-2017 – How to identify a Stroke3 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!
The alternative strikes back! Seeking intrepid listeners from Otago and all over the galaxy.
Tune into Blip in the System on Fridays at 6pm for an eclectic mix of alternative sounds from the past, present, and future . . . with the odd shooting star.
Blip In the System – Fridays at 6 on 105.4FM and 1575AM and online at www.oar.org.nz.
Say what you like, music just sounds better at 33rpm . . .
Join Steve as he trawls through his record collection to bring you the best from the late ’60s and the ’70s.
Well known and not-so-well-known songs from the likes the Beatles, the Doors, Cream, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, the Allman Brothers and many more, spinning from the decks of OAR FM.
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