11am Friday 23rd October
5pm Saturday 24th October
The Muslim Chaplaincy Conversation is produced by the Otago Muslim Chaplaincy Committee and features talks on Islam and interviews with local Muslims.
Friday 15th October @ 12pm
Replayed Wednesday 21st Oct @ 5pm
and Friday 23rd Oct @ 12pm
In this podcast Claire, Jeremy, Casey and Grace talk about their current exhibtion at Otago Museum. This student created exhibtion covers a wide aspect of climate issues from experiences with Schools Strike for Climate, to the impacts of Climate Inequality. Check it out at The Beautiful Science Gallery on the second floor of Otago Museum from 3rd Oct to 1st Nov, and reappering from 16th Nov to 4th Dec 2020.
Mondays @ 4pm
In this series Thishni De Silva explores how COVID-19 has affected people’s every-day lives with a new guest every week sharing their unique perspective.
Friday 9th October @ 5pm
Replayed Saturday 10th October @ 10am
My Little Fiji in Dunedin – Join Jekope, Eric, Jope and their families to celebrate Fijian Language Week. They discuss Fijian culture and what it means to be Fijian.
Featuring – Jekope Maiono, Jope Tudreu, Eric Nabalagi, Atunaisa Maiono, Seilala Mapusua Nabalagi, Kaliti Nabalagi, Tima Tudreu, Talei Tudreu, Apisalome Tudreu.
Sunday 11th October @ 1pm
Replayed Friday 16th October @ 5pm
Servants Health Centre is not your typical medical practice. Located in the heart of Dunedin, this small clinic is quietly helping the most vulnerable by providing free care to the homeless and those who are struggling financially. The clinic, which is also a registered charity, operates through a team of dedicated volunteers.
This podcast has been created to commemorate the centre’s 10 th year in operation. What is it that makes this clinic so special? And why is the centre having such success? This podcast will answer those questions and many more.
Every Second Friday @ 10am
Every second Friday from 10am, Steve Marshall (Community Facilitator from CCT) and a revolving cast from the CCT Fitzroy Hub bring you a selection of hits from their personal collections that span their various ages and musical tastes!
Jordana Whyte is manager of Wildlife Hospital Dunedin
Julie Woods is an inspirational speaker, writer and coach.
Dee O’Malley is an artist working in Ōtepoti Dunedin.
Desiree Williams is Tumuaki Whakaruruhau, Otago Polytechnic.
Kay Mercer is Events Coordinator at Dunedin Public Libraries.
Denise Quinlan is director of the New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing and Resilience.
Joy Davis is regional coordinator for Otago Neighbourhood Support
Hiliako Iaheto is an educator and musician.
Aidan Dickson is a youth worker for Te Hau Ora Whanua Services and a father of two.
Tahu Mackenzie is a musician and educator at Orokonui Ecosanctuary.
Our first guest is a kakī/black stilt. They are one of the fussiest patients and definitely the meep-iest.
Bravo the kākāpō is a repeat offender. His species is one of New Zealand’s rarest and most charismatic.
Tuesdays on the OARsome Morning Show
Each Tuesday we catch up with Community Board representatives to talk about the topics of the day, find out how you can have your say, and profile the people who are making a difference in their communities.
Included in this OARsome Morning Show segment are: Otago Peninsula Community Board, West Harbour Community Board, Waikouaiti Coast Community Board, Mosgiel Taieri Community Board and Saddle Hill Community Board.