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Wgtn Access Radio: What's On Air this Week

Wellington Access Radio 783am - What's On Air this Week: Mon Jun 8- Sun Jun 14

Kia ora from Wellington Access Radio 783am! Please have a quick read below at some of the programmes you will find on air this week: On this weeks Community Zone tune in for giveaways from Peoples Coffee and the chance to win a double pass to this weekends Fly My Pretties show. Plus the latest in music, theatre, and Wellingtonians saving the world - Paua to the People!


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Community Zone’s Yolanda catches up with The Phoenix Foundations Luke Buda and Samuel Flynn Scott to get their Wellington Mixtape picks.

Radio Ivanui (Cook Island Maori) : Mon-Fri 5-7am
After opening with a spiritual message by Pastor Tuakana Pere from the Melbourne Seventh Day Adventist Church, Monday’s programme will feature guest Dr. Teariki Maoate joining host Ina Tekeu to discuss health issues. On Tuesday’s programme Terongo Tekii will be focusing on Diabetes. On Wednesday Maui Maui, Dan Kauraka and Papa Orometua Te Pouao will host a spiritual and talkback show. Thursday’s programme features an interview with Stuart Wheeler, owner of Guardian Funeral Home in Porirua, who will be giving advice and answering questions on funeral matters. Friday’s hosts will be taking song requests for anyone celebrating an anniversary, birthday or who wants to request a song to a friend or relative - listen in and call the station with your special requests.
http://www.accessradio.org.nz/radio_ivanui.html

Community Zone Monday (English) : Mon-Thu 5-6pm
Yolanda and Jen talk exclusively with ‘kai kemist’ Dobie Blaze from Fat Freddy’s Drop who shares the secret ingredients of his delicious paua wontons, as well as the behind the scenes in the making of their latest #1 album Dr. Boondiga and the Big BW. Hear from award winning actor and poet Michelle Amas and The Clean House, the latest production she stars in to open at Circa. Yolanda also caught up with some unfrozen locals who took part in Wellington’s Big Freeze on World Environment Day, and Jen and Yolanda have a double pass to give away to one of the hottest concerts in town – Fly My Pretties. Fly My Pretties is New Zealand's favourite live multimedia event led by Barnaby Weir and stars a selection of NZ’s finest contemporary musicians including Anna Coddington, Riki Gooch, L.A. Mitchell, Lisa Tomlins, and Tom Watson just to name a few. Be sure to listen for your chance to win a double pass.
http://www.accessradio.org.nz/community_zone.html

Community Zone Tuesday (English) : Mon-Thu 5-6pm
Laura is joined by Fraser from new website issues.co.nz, local graffiti artist Timmy will drop in to chat about his new exhibition and film reviewer Hannah is giving us the low down on the latest blockbusters playing in Wellington theatres.
http://www.accessradio.org.nz/community_zone.html

¡Oye Latino! (Spanish/English) : Thu 6-7.30pm
Celebrating the issues, cultures and music of South America! This weeks programme looks into the Mapuches in South America, poetry and music. The Mapuches in Resistance: the hunger strike and declarations to their President Bachelet, Carla Batista from Chile will provide declarations and music.
News from Latin America: Peru’s repression against indigenous people, and more, the report from the Cauca Colombiano, and Ecuador’s government of Rafael Correa. Also Wellington current affairs in the latino community.
http://www.accessradio.org.nz/oye_latino.html

Like Minds Like Mine (English) : Sat 3-3.30pm, Every 4 Weeks, NEXT SHOW JUNE 13
A fun and informative look at issues relating to mental health. This week Like Minds will be talking to Darcey Ensor about the new Like Minds hot spots, and Cate Light will be talking about her personal experience.
http://www.accessradio.org.nz/like_mind_like_mine.html

*If you miss any of these programmes during their live broadcast, catch up by listening to the podcasts available online at: www.accessradio.org.nz

Have a great week!

Hannah Ngaei Station Coordinator
Wellington Access Radio 783am
Listen now: http://accessradio.org.nz/

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