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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Opunake, you never disappoint! Listen in to learn about festivals and yarn bombing, hear stunning original music, catch up on alternative uses for gumboots and get acquainted with what goes on at the Sandfords Event Centre
Duration: 00:54:01 | Date: 8 October, 2019
Learn how Tales and Taonga are being lovingly gathered, hear about the re-opening of the historic Hunter Shaw building, gain insight into the seabed mining issue, AND learn how to pronounce "Aotea Utanganui"...
All our music is by local musicians Terry Tamakehu and Kimba Mallows.
Duration: 00:59:17 | Date: 1 October, 2019
Radio on Wheels rolled through a sunshiney Stratford last week to meet artist Paul Nickson, soap-maker and musician Crystal Starr, John and Nicoline from Taranaki Pioneer Village, and find out why Peter Boyd from the council who wants to scare the heck out of you! Thanks for your hospitality Stratford
Duration: 00:58:08 | Date: 24 September, 2019
Nganeko Eriwata - Musician, record kapa haka at Manukohiri intermediate school
Denyse Bettridge - Waitara Railway preservation society inc
Josephine Moore - kindy mum, coach and WCB candidate
Duration: 00:57:46 | Date: 10 September, 2019
Guests are Peter O'Leary, Principal of Opunake High, Scott from Kete Aronui, and the lovely Monique Sinclair who gives us the lowdown on all things Opunake. We also managed to squeeze in a visit to Rahotu School on the way home for a catch up with their incredible Hauroa Leaders!
Duration: 00:56:14 | Date: 20 August, 2019
Patea represents on Radio On Wheels this week.
Jacq Dwyer and Cameron Curd on the mic, with songs by Kimba Mallowes in Patea Part One, airing on the new day of Tuesday 8am
Voices of the rohe thanks to TSB Community Trust
Duration: 00:52:45 | Date: 6 August, 2019