Hear Us Say with Ranisha on Youth Zone

Every Second Wednesday @ 4pm

Hear Us Say with Ranisha challenges individuals to think about their values and beliefs. We ask questions like ‘What is privilege?’ to ‘What is the line between funny and offensive?’.
 
Fortnightly Wednesdays at 4 PM on OAR FM’s Youth Zone.

Fletcher’s World on Youth Zone

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Every Second Monday @ 4pm

Listen as Fletcher brings you music, chat, and segments like you’ve never heard before and a new show will be added every fortnight on the OAR FM website and on the Youth Zone app.

Dear Younger Me on Youth Zone

Every Second Tuesday @ 4pm

Everybody has something that they wish they could say to their younger self. What would you say to yours?

On Dear Younger Me we will be having conversations with people from an array of communities and contexts about what they with they could say to their younger self.

Things I Fished out of a Creek on Youth Zone

Every Second Friday @ 4pm

Opening with things you can find in creeks, before delving into all sorts of creative endeavours.

This show features interviews and discussion about all things fun or great!

Fortnightly, fortdayly, broadcast from a pillow fort. (No involvement from actual pillow forts).

Unique Ōtepoti

In this series, we will hear from young local performers as they explore how they express their cultural identities through creative performance – from traditional songs to original compositions.

This series has been made possible with the support from the Dunedin City Council Creative Communities Scheme and New Zealand on Air.

1 – Hermione Hai
2 – Keira Wallace
3 – Soana Pole
4 – Thanuja Luxmanan
5 – Poppy Mitchell

Climate Change – Striking A Balance

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.