The Loud Silence

Every Second Monday @ 4pm

Have you ever been in a position where you don’t feel heard? You’re screaming loud on the inside but no-one is listening to you?
 
This show is a safe space that touches on deeper human connections, guided by Māoritanga. Stories, inspiration, empowerment, environment topics and knowledge that will help uplift and encourage a more positive outlook on our lives and future. 

Puaka Matariki Iriraki Taiopeka

July 13th – July 20th 2020 @ 5pm

In Ōtepoti Dunedin we usually celebrate the Māori New Year through a diverse citywide programme of community events – the Dunedin Puaka Matariki Festival.

But this is not a normal year…

This year, our community will come together virtually, online and on-air, from Monday July 13th to Monday July 20th.

Tune into Puaka Matariki Iriraki Taiopeka for a magic hour of chill stories from a host of local stars.

COVID-19 Level 2 messages in Arabic, Mandarin, Farsi, and English from the DCC

The Dunedin City Council has translated important information
about COVID-19 and Level 2.

Information in Arabic

Here is an important COVID-19 message for speakers of Arabic.

Information in Mandarin

Here is an important COVID-19 message for speakers of Chinese (Mandarin).

Information in Farsi

Here is an important COVID-19 message for speakers of Farsi.

Information in English

Here is an important COVID-19 message for English speakers.

COVID-19 Information in Other Languages

COVID-19 messages in Arabic, Mandarin, Farsi, and English from the DCC

The Dunedin City Council has translated important information about COVID-19.

Information in Arabic

Here is an important COVID-19 message for speakers of Arabic.

Information in Mandarin

Here is an important COVID-19 message for speakers of Chinese (Mandarin).

Information in Farsi

Here is an important COVID-19 message for speakers of Farsi.

Information in English

Here is an important COVID-19 message for English speakers.

COVID-19 Information in Other Languages

The following information has been compiled by Plains FM in Christchurch from the COVID-19 and Ministry of Health websites.

Information in Tamil

This message covers welfare information for Tamil speakers.

Information in Hindi

This message covers welfare information for Hindi speakers.

Information in Nepali

This message covers welfare information for Nepali speakers.

Information in Chinese

This message covers welfare information for Chinese speakers.

Information in Malayalam

This message covers welfare information for Malayalam speakers.

Information in Vietnamese

This message covers welfare information for Vietnamese speakers.

Widows of Shuhada

Wednesdays @ 10am
Replayed Sunday @ 10am
Eight-Part Series

From Plains FM in Christchurch

On March 15 2019, dozens of women hovered in the female section of Christchurch’s Al-Noor Mosque, as their time of worship became a time of terror which shocked the nation to its core.

Widows of Shuhada is an 8-part podcast documentary series featuring four of the women left widowed by the attacks on worshippers at the Al-Noor and Linwood mosques, which claimed 51 lives.

We meet a diverse group of women – Farah Talal, Sanjida Jaman Neha, Muhubo Ali Jama and Hamimah Tuyan — six months after the deaths of their husbands. We follow the women as they move houses, try to explain to their children what happened, return to the place of their husbands’ deaths and come together as widows to share their burden of collective loss.

Produced by Plains FM for RNZ and made possible by the RNZ/NZ on AIR Innovation Fund, these women share their intimate thoughts on forgiveness, gender and Islam, and their lives in the aftermath of the massacre – some of which may be surprising. They also discuss the New Zealand Government and wider public’s response to the attacks.

K-Talk with Kiho Lee

Every Second Tuesday @ 8:30pm

Join Kiho and special guests for a celebration of Korean culture and music.

Every Second Tuesday on OAR FM’s Connecting Cultures Zone.

Bought to you by the Dunedin Korean Society.