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.
That's the ticket gets "youthy"! Hannah Mooney hosts another Free FM crossover episode with Free FM Youth Media Coordinator Rosalie Norton.
Otago Access Radio
Join me as I talk about Nickelodeon's hit SitCom iCarly! A beloved show that was ahead of its time about the life of eCelebrities and fanshipping culture. This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - oar.org.nz
A show in Spanish, with information about the life, culture and history of Spain, Argentina and Mexico.
Special features not connected to regular programmes.
Radio Hawkes Bay
God's message and music in a Cook Island language
Wayne Mowat plays music "too good to be forgotten"
This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - oar.org.nz
Otago Home Upgrade Programme - Scott Willis from Aukaha Ltd outlines a programme devised to support home-owners with low income in making their homes safer, drier, healthier and more energy efficient. This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - oar.org.nz
Kiwi music - the Best Of
Dane plays the 'other' sides of the great records.
Breakfast news, views and some great music.
Live Wires fizzes, pops and crackles with youthful talent and enthusiasm. Students present their own variety programmes live from the classroom.
Access Radio Wellington
Theatre news and views
Cuba Dupa festival director Drew James with an overview. Stories About My Body is a new solo show by Morgana O'Reilly. And A Fat Girl's Cry by Celia Macdonald.
Access Radio Taranaki
Fa’ataua mea e patino ma taua ia tatou uma i lo tatou alualu aga’i I luma.
The Future of Socialism - Libby Flett &Victor Billot was a founding member of the New Labour Party, and former candidate for the Alliance in 2005 (at number eight on their list), 2008 (three), and 20011. Billot still is the National Communications Officer for the Maritime Union of New Zealand. Libby Flett University of Otago philosophy, politics and economics student Is the producer of the OAR radio show noticing neoliberalism. Broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin www.oar.org.nz
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!
Kendra has been living in Taranaki for 22 years. She moved from Zimbabwe with her dad and then her mum and sisters followed. She moved when she was 13 and went to school at Spotswood.
Join Martha, Elli, Magda, and Mo on the couch as they celebrate St Joseph's Feast Day and talk about the school production, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
A collection of recordings by local people talking about life growing up in the South Taranaki District.
Kate and Anna work a lot with parents whose kids don't get along. It can be really frustrating, not to mention, saddening. Here's our best tips to have siblings who are friends as well.
What's above us in space and time. The wonders of our magnificent night sky, from antiquity to the very latest science and news.
A program about mindfulness, meditations, EFT tapping and other tools to help guide you through not only difficult experiences such as trauma, anxiety and grief but also through the everyday ups and downs, challenges and changes of daily life
Creekfest 2023 - Valley Project Community Development Coordinator Liam Dell previews the annual family fun day celebrating Lindsay Creek, to be held at Chingford Park on 2 April. This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - oar.org.nz
Joy Davis - Presbyterian Support Otago - Joy has taken up a new role as Community Relations Advisor with Presbyterian Support Otago. This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - oar.org.nz
On the hundred and seventh episode, Siti Roziana from Episode 7 returns to Dunedin after two years back in Malaysia, stuck because of the Covid situation. We talked about what it was like being back home, dealing with uncertainty and reconnecting with Dunedin today. Rozi also shares about the first time she saw a horse. Random chats between two besties. This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - oar.org.nz
The deep blue sea and our emotional body of water. Tuning into the natural rhythms of beauty in nature to find equilibrium. Guided meditation, channeled message and light language. Power of the sun to alight your pathway. Q & A plus a chapter reading from my book: Waking up - Intergalactic Council of Light.
Join expat Southlander Lorraine for her latest European news report!
Tom shares with us an older show this week to reflect on how far the Sounds Of Southland has come since its begining. London Lolly plop, Lamplighter. Left or Right, Sam Cullen and more.
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.
This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - http://oar.org.nz
Marjorie Cohn, professor emerita at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, former president of the National Lawyers Guild explains that Israel is guilty of apartheid, a crime against humanity, according to 2 international treaties: the Apartheid Convention and the Rome Statute.
The Suz and Debs bus ride. Raw, relatable, gritty and unfiltered goodness!
A banterous canter over the communications landscape.
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.
Join Grant, Hahna, Carl and guests live from our Takaka studio for Fresh Start Friday.
Matt and Maria start the weekend with rock (and stuff).
New world music and new world news for the new world order
Stories from local members of Alcoholics Anonymous
Fun, Games, Facts, Music and more on the TBH podcasts with Amos and friends.
Episode 35. Presented by members of the Dunedin Youth Writers Association. This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - http://oar.org.nz
Le'o e Peau talks to young people and their parents about being young and Tongan in NZ.
A conversation about reading and writing with an author, or someone who works in editing or publishing, hosted by Rachel Dore and produced by Manwatū People's Radio with support from New Zealand On Air.