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Artists, poets, musicians, local community groups, writers, schools, the mayor, or simply friends – all are welcome.
If you have a message to get out, a call out for new members, an event to promote, you can join her as a guest. Contact the station on 06 751 3720 to arrange a date. Wednesday mornings you’ll usually hear Kris Johnson play new music.
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Jazmine's guest is fibre artist Beth Pottinger-Hockings, and she enlightens us about her art, and involvement in the Taranaki Arts Trail
Duration: 00:23:40 | Date: 23 April, 2019
Sweet Talk guest Philip Robertson speaks candidly about living with Bipolar. Philip explains that writing a book about his life ("Piripi's Nut House") has helped him come to terms with some of the troubling events in his life. He hopes the book will help de-stigmatize mental illness, by creating a better understanding in the community.
Duration: 01:00:25 | Date: 28 March, 2019
We need to talk about who we really are, New Zealand. Reflections on the multi-cultural and diverse society in which we live.
Duration: 01:01:20 | Date: 19 March, 2019
Michelle talks with Karl Austin about The Extravaganza Fair, happening at East End Reserve this coming weekend, and with Andre Manella, of Sonic Delusion.
Karl provides live, original music and hear the latest releases by Sonic Delusion.
Duration: 01:03:47 | Date: 7 March, 2019
Brian Voice from Town and Country Security Limited shares his story, then Amber and James grace us with their song
Duration: 00:50:38 | Date: 21 February, 2019
Alessandra talks Climate Change Consciousness, and later is joined by Craig Nielsen from Conductive Education Taranaki. Craig explains how Conductive Education is helping families by maximising the "ability" in "disability".
Duration: 01:01:40 | Date: 24 January, 2019