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Anne meets with new guests every Friday to give a voice and platform to those in our community.
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Anne talks with Michael Muggeridge, of the band T-Bone, ahead of their performance at 4th Wall Theatre on the day their debut album is released. Think crawfish and grits, zydeco and bluegrass, and a whole lot more. In the second half, Hoani Eriwhata of Ngati Te Whiti, talks about Puanga and how it relates to Matariki, then Chade Julie of Stratford District Council about the Matariki events being held in Whakaahurangi/Stratford.
Duration: 1:03:27 | Date: 17 June, 2022
"Poipoia te kakono ia puawai" - nurture the seed and it will blossom.
Andre Manella invites local singer-songwriters to participate in an exciting upcoming weekend retreat where they will learn from the best!
Duration: 00:55:54 | Date: 10 June, 2022
Elaine Rollins, Assistant Curator at Govett Brewster Art Gallery introduces the current exhibition "There Is No Other Home But This"
Laura, local singer-songwriter sings her new single "Safety in Numbers" live in the studio.
Duration: 00:59:58 | Date: 3 June, 2022
Mikaela Nyman talks with Govett Brewster Art Gallery's Theresa Tongi, ahead of the Lalaga Pasifika festival. Then Anne chats with comedian Paul Ego, ahead of the 7 Days live show, coming to New Plymouth.
Duration: 00:59:58 | Date: 27 May, 2022
Meet ART's new faces: Trisha Daly, admin, and Mikaela Nyman, community liaison.
Two women who have led really interesting lives. Today they share some of their stories and let us get to know them a little more.
Duration: 00:59:54 | Date: 20 May, 2022
Join Betsy and the Reckless, live in the studio, in a chaotic, fun 'party-in-the-house' as they launch their new single 'My Baby Don't Know!
Duration: 00:56:11 | Date: 13 May, 2022
A show of two halves. In the first half Anne talks with two highly acclaimed singers in their own right; Gilly Darbey and Vikki Clayton, who come together in a fun duo known as the Wayward Divas.
The second half encourages the celebration of Taranaki's food and drink producers. A fine range of high-quality products can be experienced through the Taste and Tales trails that are happening over the next 2 weeks.
Duration: 00:56:36 | Date: 6 May, 2022
The man behind LTOBM, New Plymouth's Mohamed Doughty, talks about his new EP 'Licorice', his life, and motivations. Featuring the tracks from the EP 'Licorice'.
Duration: 00:57:44 | Date: 21 September, 2022
Meet Ross Bennett, this month's exhibiting artist in Access Radio Taranaki's ARTspace. Ross talks about his life, his style and his art. His paintings are a colourful, bold representation of the world around us.
Duration: 00:55:55 | Date: 15 April, 2022
Taranaki Chamber of Commerce is all about community connections and partnerships.
Today Maura Young, Partnership Manager for TCoC talks about 'Circulate' and their initiative that connects NFPs and businesses. Momo Martin, of Theory Food and Eat a Rainbow Foundation is one person who has been supported by Maura and the Chamber.
Duration: 00:55:19 | Date: 8 April, 2022
Kat and Lisa from Taranaki cancer Society talk about the challenges and the highs and lows of running the Relay for Life. In 2022, due to Omicron, the event becomes "Relay Your Way". Kat and Lisa share stories of support and the huge spirit shown by the communities of Taranaki.
Duration: 00:58:37 | Date: 1 April, 2022
We love a good story! Our guests Mikaela Nyman and Lesley Dowding are both gifted story tellers, poets and writers. Join us on Frankly Friday as we discuss the importance of stories, their upcoming workshops, and the Storytelling in Schools project.
Duration: 00:55:46 | Date: 18 March, 2022
Today's guests were Bronwyn Crow and Terry Heaps from the New Plymouth Citizens Advice Bureau. Tune in to hear all about the amazing (and free!) services they offer.
Duration: 00:55:46 | Date: 11 March, 2022
Fancy some banjo aerobics? Tune in to meet Andre Manella, one-third of Turkey the bird, who have come up with some quirky ways to fund their next album!
Duration: 00:57:10 | Date: 4 March, 2022
Peter Boyd, Programme Coordinator for Curious Minds, talks in-depth about the Curious Minds project - a participatory science platform that offers opportunities for collaborative, community-based, real-life, and relevant research projects.
Duration: 00:51:17 | Date: 25 February, 2022
Meet Simon Singh, Director of no less than six companies, all of them born out of a passion for what the companies deliver. And all with a social conscience and a strong sense of community. They combine to offer amazing opportunities for Taranaki people to become innovative, self-motivated and resilient IT professionals with a life-long love of learning.
Duration: 00:57:16 | Date: 18 February, 2022
Leanne and Janine, from New Plymouth's Women's Center, talk about the support and services of the center, including a new initiative: "Safe Space Friday" - an evening drop-in space.
Kate from Cancer Society Taranaki, introduces their new show on ART, 'That C Word', which touches on everything about cancer: the good, the bad, the wonderful, the sad.
Duration: 1:00:01 | Date: 4 February, 2022
Todd Velvin wears two hats. Wearing his first one, as group manager for the Taranaki Emergency Management office, he talks about being prepared for emergencies, in the light of the devastation from the Tongan volcano. In his second hat, on President of Fitzroy Surf Life Saving Club, he talks about staying safe in NZ's waters, after the high numbers of drownings so far this summer.
Duration: 00:56:43 | Date: 21 January, 2022