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What's on air this week, July 20-26

Wellington Access Radio - What's on air this week, July 20-26

Kia ora everyone! Please have a quick read below of what’s on air this week on Wellington Access Radio 783am:

Community Zone (English) : Mon-Thu 5-6pm
We’ve all got film fever as the New Zealand International Film Festival has hit the city! Tune in to Community Zone for the duration of the festival as our film reviewer Hannah (Cinema Culture) will be popping in each day to give listeners the lowdown on the highlights of the current screenings.
Then on todays Community Zone Monday Jen will be joined in the studio by Adam Page and Strike, there will also be discussion on the exciting poetry marathon happening just outside on Cuba Street during this Friday’s Poetry Day.
Laura and Yen have a diverse programme lined up for Community Zone Tuesday, including a beautiful live performance by jazz musician Louis Baker, a Film Festival heads up, and giveaways from Peoples Coffee.

*Check out the brand new Community Zone blog for fantastic podcasts and giveaway prizes:

NZPI Paranormal Radio Show (English) : Wed 11pm-12am *New Programme!!*
For nearly 18 years Brad Scott has been actively researching and documenting unusual activity deemed to be ‘paranormal’. After already producing and hosting his own TV series, Brad is now bringing his interest in all things paranormal to the Wellington Access Radio airways. Tune in and hear something a little different including interviews, world news of the paranormal, and everything from ghost hunting, to UFO's and cryptozoology.

The Voice of the Cook Islands (Cook Island Māori and English) : Fri 9-10pm
Featuring religion and up to date news for the Cook Islands community from both the Cook Islands and around Wellington. This weeks programme also has a focus on health as Pacific Island people represent approximately 20% of the swine flu victims here in New Zealand.

Worldbeat (English) : Fri 10-11pm
The Worldbeat crew share music that’s a little offbeat, offshore, and off the radar of mainstream radio. This week’s show will highlight Australian Aboriginal artists including Archie Roach, Kev Carmody, the Warumpi Band, and Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunipingu who was heard earlier this year at the WOMAD festival.
Visit the Worldbeat website for more info on track listings and links to featured artists' websites:

World Teacher (English) : Sat 10-10.30am Every 4 weeks. Next show Jul 25
The World Teacher is here for all humanity. He comes as an educator, in the broadest sense. This month’s programme features articles about UFOs, the reasons for their increasing appearances around the world and descriptions of contact with our space brothers and their wise advice. For more information about all aspects of the World Teacher's emergence please visit: and to listen to previous programmes visit:

Welcome Home (English) : Sundays 9.30pm
A programme about those who have chosen to make New Zealand their new home. Hear from new settlers and those who have helped them in this process as they share stories of adjusting to a new life in a foreign land. This week you will hear from Judi McCallum, from ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages). This programme is sponsored by New Zealand Settlement Support.

Future stars of Broadcasting from our Noiseworks! School Holiday programme.

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