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Wellington Access Radio 783am - What's On Air this Week: Aug 3-9

Kia ora everyone, please have a quick read below of some of the programmes you will hear on-air this week on Wellington Access Radio – your community station.

Radio Ivanui (Cook Island Māori) : Mon-Sat 5-7am
You can now tune in to Radio Ivanui on Saturday mornings – the new Saturday show has a focus on achievement, with interviews and stories from inspiring members of the Cook Island community.

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 Community Zone Tuesday Yenping and Laura catch up with Ray Henwood to hear about All the World’s a Stage. Plus they have free entries to the Butterfly Creek Nightime Madness to giveaway.
On Thursdays show Dave will be talking to one of our favourite kiwi musicians – Tiki Tane. Tune in all week for lots of great New Zealand music, topical community news and awesome give aways.

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

Youth Zone (English) : Tue-Thu 3.30-5pm
Youth Zone is all about the Youth! On Wednesday’s show Tyler, Bekkie and Sanjay meet Karen Below from the National Network of Stopping Violence. She will share information about their R.A.P Programme (Respect All People) and discuss how young people can get involved.

Shan’s Music Show (English) : Wed 3-3.30pm
Each week Shan focuses on the discography and history of a band linked with the EBM/industrial/darkcore music genre. This weeks show is an in-depth look at the artist Leftfield.

Remember, if you miss a live programme you can catch up by listening to the podcasts on: www.accessradio.org.nz


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