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Radio on Wheels: Past Episodes 2021

Hear the voices from around our region.

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Hear the voices from around our region.

Each week the ART mobile studio parks up in a different town around the region and invites people in to talk and tell their stories.  


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Michelle Caravan

Care for a Cup of Tea?

Michelle Bent, ART Community Liaison, invites community in to the ART caravan/recording studio.


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Duration: 00:55:37 | Date: 13 May, 2021

Stratford - Helping Hands, Te Popo Gardens, Wellness Series

This week we take a virtual trip to Stratford, Midhurst and Eltham. Tune in to meet Amanda Heynie, who with husband Les, runs Te Popo Gardens, Toni Tolland, the brains behind Helping Hands, and Amy Kingston, from the Heart of Taranaki, to introduce the upcoming Wellness Series

Duration: 00:41:28 | Date: 30 April, 2021


Duration: 1:00:23 | Date: 23 April, 2021


Michelle and Andre head out to Patea to talk to the wonderful people in the community.

Duration: 00:46:21 | Date: 16 April, 2021


Duration: 00:51:54 | Date: 2 April, 2021


Whakaahurangi. Stratford. Whatever you may call this Taranaki town, it rocks!
Meet Jo Stallard, of Stratford Shakespeare Trust, who tells us about the Shakespeare-themed festival in April; Amy Kingston from Stratford Council, who knows everything there is to know about the Prospero Market, held on the last Saturday of the month; Kate Fairhurst, from Stratford Library and Information Centre, on the role the library plays in the community - it's more than just books! and Di Gleeson, of Central Taranaki Safe Community Trust, with exciting information about Neighbours Day, and how buying a new carseat for your child can make you $100!

Duration: 00:47:13 | Date: 19 March, 2021


Radio on Wheels was parked up in Hawera today, and we can't wait to introduce you to our guests!
Graeme Thompson from the Hawera Tramping Club, Ella Borrows from South Taranaki District Council, Marianne Forsythe, from Hawera Community Patrols, and Anthony Dunn, founder of Koryo Taekwondo.

Duration: 00:57:08 | Date: 12 March, 2021


Opunake today, and though the sun wasn't shining our lovely guests were! Meet Jenny from Opunake Lakeside Lions, who tells us about an upcoming Community Dog Walk, James Langton, superhero to many, and founder of Barbed Wire Boxing, Pero Brophy, Head Boy of Opunake High School, who shares what he loves about OHS, and the upcoming gala.

Duration: 00:57:32 | Date: 26 February, 2021

Coastal School Special

A special stop to meet some of the students and staff at Coastal Taranaki School

Duration: 1:00:20 | Date: 12 February, 2021


The team visits Opunake Beach Holiday Park to talk with locals and holidaymakers. Thanks to all the happy campers who came in for a chat, including Maddy, Hayley, Adrian, Sahara, Taylor, Addy, Briar, Sophie, Carly, and Jade.

Duration: 00:57:42 | Date: 29 January, 2021


An awesome day was had at Urenui Beach Camp! Thanks to all the folks who came in for a chat, including Lena, Ava, Zoe, Sydney, Riley, Blake, Isaac, Jordan and Lara.
We also popped in on Cafe 487 and Village Vintage, so listen in for our chat with Karen and Melissa right at the end.

Duration: 00:48:39 | Date: 22 January, 2021