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Wellington Access radio 783am - Aug 10-16

Wellington Access radio 783am - What's On Air this week, Aug 10-16

Community Zone (English) : Mon-Thu 5-6pm
Tonight on Community Zone Monday Jen chats with Twinset musician Daniel Yeabsley - the most prolific saxophonist in Wellington.

On Tuesday Laura and Yen profile contributors from The Crescent Moon: The Asian Face of Islam in New Zealand, chat with local songwriter Andrew from Hot Club Sandwich and hear about Indian Independence Day with Ravi from Urban Fusion. And Allan pops in to interview the makers of The Man in the Hat, a sell-out local film about beloved art dealer Peter McCleavey.

On Wednesday’s show George and Janice chat with emerging Pacific artists from upcoming performance The Conchus Season 2009 and meet Karen Below-Patara from the National Network for Stopping Violence.
And on Thursday Dave invites local groove band The Free Tones in for a live performance.

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

Youth Zone (English) : Tue-Thu 3.30-5pm
A show about youth, by youth - Youth Zone is a mix of music, news, talkback and interviews. On Tuesdays show Victor, Brad and Chanelle are joined by Maddy from NZAAHD (New Zealand Aotearoa Adolescent Health and Development) to chat about Hoodie Day - part of the World Youth Day celebrations and an opportunity to show your support to all the amazing young people in Wellington.
The Wednesday Youth Zoners will host Karen Below-Patara from the National Network for Stopping Violence. She is in to share info about their R.A.P (Respect All People) programme. And Left Hand Addiction, a band from the School of Rock youth orgnaisation are in to play a live set.
On Youth Zone Thursday: Helena, Hannah and Rebecca meet rockers Flight 19 who will play a live set at 4pm.
http://www.accessradio.org.nz/youth_zone.html

Animal Rights and Wrongs (English) : Sat 11am-12pm
A show for animal lovers everywhere. Presented by Debra Ashton and Eric Wolff, learn about the rights and wrongs of animals, their welfare and exploitation and how it reflects on us. With the latest news, info, music and interviews with those involved in animal welfare.
Sponsored by Opportunity for Animals, 4 Bay Road Kilbirnie and 90 Riddiford St Newtown.
http://www.accessradio.org.nz/animal_rights_and_wrongs.html

Terry’s Songwriters Show (English) : Sat 2.30-3pm
Local musician Terry Shore invites fellow singer/songwriters to showcase their original music. This week he is joined on air by Fritz Malloy of the band Cousin Mary, playing original rock.
http://www.accessradio.org.nz/terrys_songwriters_show.html

If you miss a show live then go to our website where you’ll find podcasts aplenty! : www.accessradio.org.nz

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