Community Access Media Alliance is the national body for the 12 independently-owned access media stations across Aotearoa. Our vision is for all people to have a space in the media.
Wanting to be a broadcaster, radio host, content-creator, programme-maker, show-maker, or podcaster? Our 12 stations can help you make your own media. On-air or online, radio is a simple and inexpensive way to talk to your community-of-interest in any language.
Whether you’re a government entity, NGO, non-profit, company, or organisation, we can help you tailor your messages to speak directly and authentically to your target audience – in their language.
Radio Hawkes Bay
New world music and new world news for the new world order
Joanna Santa Barbara presents an Eco Postcard.
Coast Access Radio
Builder Mik Peryer retired to live near the estuary and found himself taking tours and telling stories about the estuary's birdlife. Here Mik narrates his updates from the Estuary from days gone by.
We’ve got a lot to say about our silly little terribly important teenage lives. It’s Marvel chat and maths class rants and half-hearted deviations into the injustice all around us. This is a show for Sumaiya’s mum, but you can listen too if you like.
Wake up to eggs and toast with a side of your host Aaron starting your week off the right way - great music, latest community connections and news, and your weekly dose of banter and ten to nine love song time.
Pollinators in a Warming World. Simon interviews Rene Devenish about cute little bees and the pernicious effects of climate change.
Plains FM 96.9
Health info for the Pasifika community
Paul presents a music programme featuring Jazz, Blues and Soul, from old to new.
Maria Baigent presents an hour of Musical Trinkets, written, sung and performed by Women.
Access Radio Wellington
The young people from Spectrum Care, and what matters to them!
Otago Access Radio
Episode 123 - RJ Lux - International Mother Language Day, honouring Sridevi Kapoor & Gautham Menon This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - oar.org.nz
Entertainment, information and advice for Spanish (and Spanglish) speakers in Aotearoa
Access Radio Taranaki
Dr Andy talks about mental health and the signs to look for in the workplace; practical steps in self-care
Historic Souvenirs retells personal memoirs in a series of book readings.
Talk about education and GB High
Solar Made Simple, brought to you by Kevenergy, is predicated on the responsibilities and rights inherent in us all to take part in the conversation and not just ‘Talk the Talk ' but ‘Walk the Walk'.
Reflexiones de comienzo de ano 2024 para Viva Latinoamerica! Accion descolonizadaro
Climate Matters, an audio version of Lindsay Woods' Climate Matters newsletter that gives intriguing insights into climate breakdown and climate recovery.
Personal stories of a mental health journey with people who have experienced mental health challenges
A conversation between Elric & Dave about the Junction Zero Waste Hub, the organisations involved in the project and letting the community know about the services available to them.
Summer runs through the folk tradition and beyond, whether we long for it, love it or wish it weren’t so hot.
The music can be in any language but it's definitely coming out of Switzerland. Tune in to discover 2 Swiss artists or bands each week, hosted by Andre Manella.
Terry and Diane Langford host Saturday in the Country, a weekly music show focusing mainly on country music. We also venture into easy listening, country, pop, contemporary country and even occasionally opera.
Tune in Monday to Friday for news, current affairs, interviews and special interest pieces
Breakfast news, views and some great music.
Do you have the ability to push through physical impairments to make the life you choose? Brendan Cresswell does. He profiles makes and models of cars, cracks jokes, and plays songs in this show all about cars.
Join Kath Bee for stories, songs and heaps of fun!
Elizabeth Smither is a multi-award winning writer of poetry, fiction and non-fiction and a former New Zealand Poet Laureate. Elizabeth reads part of a new short story and a poem.
We chat types of intelligence. Do this quiz to find out your intelligence type:
The Deadline Report - Ben Vidgen Investigates. A double shot of reality.
Matt and Maria start the weekend with rock (and stuff).
Mark Manson talks to locals and other guests about an eclectic mix of topics and issues of interest. Plus guests also provide a selection of music they are listening to.
Join Rhodie for an hour each week when he plays music from the 60s and 70s and shares some of his extensive knowledge on the history of the groups and artists of the era.
Tune in for a wild ride through Warwick's selection from all genres of house, drum n bass, trance and whatever else tickles his fancy on the night.
We chat with Kiwi musicians, authors and other creative people about their passions.
Welcome Comrades to an hour of news and commentary from a far-left perspective.. Produced at Free FM, Hamilton, NZ
James King talks with Gina and Andrew Christie from Ko Wai Au Trust about supporting our rangatahi into living better lives. Joining them is Dr Alexander Stevens II for his expertise into the research.
Created by Free FM, Hamilton, New Zealand
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nz
South Dunedin Future - Jonathan Rowe. This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - oar.org.nz
Toss The Boss - Leisa de Klerk, Southern Youth Development. This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - oar.org.nz
The latest for the Tongan community – global news, Tongan news and current affairs, interviews, community stories and events.