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
Twin Spin jazz with a theme that links the two tracks together
The untouched topics, the uncharted territory.
"Self-Esteem and Body Image with Jovi"
In today's episode, Jovi switches things up a bit and speaks by herself on self-esteem and body image.
Jacqui helps you to inspire yourself and tells you how to have the confidence to speak in public, know what to say at the right time and grow your self-belief.
Otago Access Radio
Broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin www.oar.org.nz
Access Radio Wellington
Access Radio Taranaki
In this 1 hour show you'll meet some of the beautiful people who make up Taranaki's vibrant international community.
Brendan Cresswell and Tarryn Wallace discuss the importance of inclusive communication. Talking directly to the person with the disability instead of just with the parent or caregiver.
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.
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.
Life coach Rex Lovegrove looks at life's challenges from a place of presence and compassion, through conversations with real people.
Textile artist Alice Cowdrey specialises in needle felting and runs workshops under her Folk Felt name. Her work tells stories that draw on her Eastern European ancestry, myth, spirituality and queerness.
The ‘golden couple’ of British folk rock gave us some songs still celebrated and performed to this day.
Not every day is good but there is good in every day.
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.
A comedy series with music and fleas.
Plains FM 96.9
Interviews with NZ writers and poets, visiting authors from around the world and news of local events
Stay updated on the events, happenings, and services that are available in our local Southland community!
Kiwi music - the Best Of
What's above us in space and time. The wonders of our magnificent night sky, from antiquity to the very latest science and news.
Yoga has a completely different view of the human system than modern science, we will explore one of the models from the Yoga School. This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - oar.org.nz
In this episode Jai talks with Dr Bruce Cohen from the University of Auckland about his work in the critical sociology of mental health. We cover a wide range of issues, from power relations in mental health to the role of capitalism and work in the proliferation of mental distress.
Waikato Chinese Voices is your source of culture and information for the region's Chinese speaking community. News and current affairs, discussions, immigration policy, life hacks and music, plus local Chinese community events.
Psychic and Spiritual Counselling as Gaeil explores various dimensions of the spiritual world
Tom talks about last weeks events across Southland and finally plays the new tracks from Sam Cullen and The Mitchell Twins. Plus a little look into the sound at some venues in Gore.
Terry Toner is the new host for the iconic Southland radio programme, Old Folks At Home. Each week he plays a selection of music aimed to bring back fond memories for our older generation.
Join expat Southlander Lorraine for her latest European news report!
Two hours of healthy, active living. Get your heartbeat up with an exercise programme for all ages and abilities.
In today’s episode we begin in Ukraine pass through Hollywood, Russia and medieval Germany and on the way touch on the art songs, film scores, scared music, concrete music and listen to the most English composer of his generation.
A Kiwi version of the great Dungeons and Dragons game
Old and new Tongan music, education updates, health information, positive parenting segments, news.
Manawatu Peoples Radio
Two hours of the blues with Sian Weggery, produced by Manawatū People's Radio with support from New Zealand On Air.
Nasser Mashni, President of APAN (Australia Palestine Advocacy Network) discusses why APAN was formed and what it hopes to accomplish.
Kelly plays some of her faves from across the decades
Stories and events and music from the Hohepa community of Canterbury
RJ Luxmii talk about love stories and trouble having in relationship
This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - oar.org.nz