Alessandra takes the funky personalities and stories from local community and shares them with you over a cuppa. Nearly always fun and hardly ever too serious.
Swiss Music Show
The music can be in any language but it's definitely coming out of Switzerland. Tune in to discover 2 Swiss artists or bands each week.
Taranaki Tamil Vanakkam
The Taranaki Tamil Association proudly celebrates the richness of their language, literature, arts and culture with their show, Taranaki Tamil Vanakkam.
Te Hau Maiangi - Voices of Experience
The Bishop’s Action Foundation (BAF) and Access Radio Taranaki (ART) have collaborated to form a space of thought leadership and innovation for Taranaki.
Te reo ka rere
Kōrero and waiata with Hokipera and tamariki
Te reo Māori
The Anarchist Gardener
The Anarchist Gardener is Michael Kedgley. Michael loves music.
The Chris Whitmore Show
Chris Whitmore loves going to live shows, and here he shares his passion for music with us. With favourites like Daniel O’Donnell and Mary Duff, Chris’ vibrant personality and choice of music are sure to warm your heart.
The Ethne Hours
The Ethne Hours is 2 hours of uninterrupted music from the swing era by artists such as Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Dean Martin and many, many more.
The Folk Music Hour
David Calder presents the music he loves in The Folk Music Hour, with the aim of rekindling listeners' interest in acoustic music in the Anglo-American tradition, including NZ folk song, and world folk music such as that heard at WOMAD in New Plymouth's beautiful Brookland's Park.
The Law Lady
With a sense of humour and no-nonsense approach, Angela Solomons, from Taranaki Community Law, manages to de-mystify the legal issues.
The Undecided Radio Show
Finn and Moss play the music they love and discuss random topics, in the way teenagers do.
Thriving at Work and Life
The Healthy Workplace is on a mission to create workplaces where every person can thrive - so businesses can thrive.
Health & Wellbeing
Town and Country Aotearoa
From Wellington Access Radio. C'mon, live vicariously! Revel in country-flavoured songs and performers, many of which have never seen the light of a Southern Cross night before. There's such a plethora of recordings flooding in from Europe, Canada, the USA and Australia, you're unlikely to ever hear any particular song twice.