Airing time: Tuesdays, 8am
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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Meet Katherine Bosworth, who explains there is much more to South Taranaki libraries than just books; learn from artist Michaela Stoneman about the Patea Pou Project, soon to grace the golf course; get the inside word on the Rugby and other sports clubs from Kate Murdoch, and find out who's running Cafe Fika
Duration: 00:55:45 | Date: 7 July, 2020
How good does it feel to be back on the road??? Such a great time in Stratford today. Our guests were Nelson from Tutaki Youth on the amazing work they do, Bridget from Stratford Library on school holiday activities, Rhonda from the Percy Gallery on Emergence Award, and Laurence and Leona of Fig Jam on art, slowing down, and creativity
Duration: 00:50:51 | Date: 30 June, 2020
Ella Borrows from STDC on Volunteer Week, Puanga, and the new Sound Mirrors in King Edward Park; Nikki Watson from Bizlink on supporting local business, and the upcoming mid-winter festival and Alison Smith from First National Mills & Gibbon on the state of the housing market. With music from the talented Wilforce
Duration: 00:48:08 | Date: 16 June, 2020
Danae Etches from Te Ara Whakamua O Whaitara talking about story telling for impact, murals and more; Paul Scowler from Wise Trust Community Garden; Vicky Dombroski from Waitara Alive sharing allsorts, including updates on the Business Breakfast and music from the incredible Nganeko Eriwata
Duration: 00:47:34 | Date: 9 June, 2020
We can't wait to get back on the road, but for this week we've put together a wonderful collection of stories from business owners all around the mountain. Tune in to hear Patrick from Bratwurst Bros Urenui, Neil Pennington from Pennington Consultants, Okato, Liz Sinclair from Pihama Lavender, Chrystal from Chrystal Starr Soaps, Stratford and Kevin from Devil's Cup Coffee in Patea.
So many creative business people in one province!
Duration: 00:57:51 | Date: 2 June, 2020
In this Level 2 virtual visit to Opunake, Andre talks with Monique Sinclair - Opunake Facebook page, Lisa Beynon - Opunake Preschool Playgym, Andy Whitehead - Opunake Community Board, and Opunake resident and NPDC Councillor, Dinnie Moeahu.
Duration: 00:55:39 | Date: 26 May, 2020
A virtual visit to Patea. Damien Roper explains sustainable dairy farming, David Swanson introduces his Tigerlilly soaps, long-time resident Ruth McKay shares her thoughts, and Terry Tamakehu joins us for an Alert Level 2 catch-up. Stir in some quality local music and voila! Radio on Wheels Patea is ready for your listening pleasure!
Duration: 00:59:33 | Date: 19 May, 2020
Celine Filbee shares her experience of volunteering with Civil Defence, Andrew Blanche tells us about the launch of Baked By Blanche online, Ella Borrows gives updates us on the STDC, and Linda Morrison tells us about Backyard Catering's foray into door-to-door meals.
Music supplied by the talented Wilforce
Duration: 00:57:32 | Date: 5 May, 2020
Andre takes the reins again this week for the rahui version of Radio On Wheels, Waitara. Catch up with Vicky Dombroski from Waitara Alive, Pounamu Skelton shares ideas on growing goodness, both in your garden and in your mind, and historian Graeme Duckett regales us with tales of the Spanish Flu. All this, AND the beautiful sound of Naneko Eriwata sharing her music
Duration: 00:58:58 | Date: 28 April, 2020
Radio on Wheels continues to bring you news and views from around the province, while staying parked up safely at home. Today we have a Stratford mashup in which we revisit interviews with Crystal Starr and Leona and Laurence from Fig Jam. Fortunately, these guys are all musicians, as is Scotty Armstrong from The Slacks, and they provide the music for the show.
Duration: 00:53:44 | Date: 7 April, 2020