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Wellington Access Radio - What's On-Air July 27-Aug 3rd

Kia ora everyone, and thanks to all who came up to the station for our Open Day over the weekend, it was a great day and we loved playing host to you all! If you didn’t make it then check out the vid on our facebook page, made by Community Zone host Dave Hayat, keep watching until the end for a glimpse at some of the faces behind the radio …
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Wellington-Access-Radio/73547250366

Check out some of the programmes you will hear on-air this week on Wellington Access Radio – your community station.

Vista Korero (Māori and English) : Mon 4.30-5pm, Fortnightly *NEXT SHOW JUL 27th*
Looking at Māori culture in mainstream New Zealand. This week your host Gavin Dawson (Ngati Rangi/Ngati Tupoto) will be discussing all things to do with this weeks Māori Language Week.
http://www.accessradio.org.nz/vista_korero.html

Community Zone (English) : Mon-Thu 5-6pm
If it’s arts and Wellington based then you’ll find it on Community Zone – a show packed full of interviews, events listings, news and music. On Mondays show Jen will be joined by Warren from the Little Bushman, to talk about the show they're putting on at Downstage, Brittany from Amnesty International talking about next week’s Freedom Week, and the director of the play The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie currently at the Gryphon Theatre.

This week continues our coverage of the New Zealand International Film festival, and current screenings happening round Wellington. Our resident film geek Hannah (Cinema Culture) will be popping in to preview screenings for each night and the days ahead.

*Check out the brand new Community Zone blog for fantastic podcasts and giveaway prizes: http://accessradioblog.org/
http://www.accessradio.org.nz/community_zone.html

Country Hour With Peter Banks (English) : Sat 1.30-2.30pm, Every 4 Weeks *NEXT SHOW AUG 1st*
This weeks show features local artists including Anne Bush, Ritchie Roberts, Chris Skinner, Karen Hansen, plus Ollie Austin with a track from his new album and many other top artists.

http://www.accessradio.org.nz/programme_calendar.html&ymd=2009081

Terry’s Songwriters Show (English) : Sat 2:30-3pm
This week Terry is joined by Elaine Arbas, of Salamanca Funk who will be playing guitar and singing.

http://www.accessradio.org.nz/terrys_songwriters_show.html

Lesbian Community Radio Programme (English) : Sun 10-11 am
This week presenter Prue Hyman concludes the second part of her recent interview in the U.S. with Lee Badgett: lesbian feminist economist and expert on lesbian and gay marriage. Hear discussion on President Obama's record to date on lgbt issues.

http://www.accessradio.org.nz/lesbian_community.html

Remember, if you miss a show during it’s live airing, then catch up by listening to the podcasts on: www.accessradio.org.nz

ENDS

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