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.
Otago Access Radio
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nz
Join Petra and Freya for a youth run radio show and podcast about the environment and climate change.
Talking Christmas gifts with Lyn and Marion
Collingwood Area School Students host Radio club, with fun, school news, information and music.
Dagmar Felber brings you a fine range of eclectic music that includes old favourites and new discoveries.
Previews of Films screening at the Top of the South's only Boutique Cinema, The Gecko Theatre.
Anne Spear presents an hour of her favourite Folk Music, including classics from the past, more recent releases and some great instrumentals.
Join hosts Michael Bortnick and Grace from our Nelson Studio presenting a breakfast show with a different musical theme each episode. Todays show is a replay from 2022 and the theme is Myth.
Grant Knowles joins us with the lowdown on the arts in Golden Bay.
What to do and where to go, Wairarapa wide.
Oliver checks out the latest from Philly's Constant Hit Maker - Kurt Vile, including an 'instant classic' that pays tribute to Petty, Dylan, and David Berman. Also, music from Australian indie rockers Lower Plenty's latest LP.
Follow @asonicyouthpodcast on Insta and Facebook. This show is part of the Free FM 89.0 YOUTH ZONE. Made with support of NZ on Air.
A weekly chat about what’s happening at State Cinemas in Nelson, with information on current and upcoming films.
Access Radio Taranaki
Bringing a smile to the faces of the residents of Radius Thornleigh Park and Radius Heatherlee Rest Homes, as we play their musical requests and dedications.
Michael Brent Roycroft plays country music from the 1950s to today, with the stories behind the songs and the performers.
This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - oar.org.nz
Stories from the early settlers' village and museum.
The Voice Within explores new age beliefs with regular guests.
Radio Hawkes Bay
Health and Well being with Maree
Action for Happiness December Kindness Calendar
Access Radio Wellington
Promoting dignity, wellbeing, equity, respect and providing expert information regarding support services in response to older people's needs.
We chat with Kiwi musicians, authors and other creative people about their passions.
Tune in Monday to Friday for news, current affairs, interviews and special interest pieces
Awesome forgotten hits spanning the decades.
Enduring Power of Attorney - Sally Woods from Community Law Otago discusses what Enduring Powers of Attorney are and why we should all have them.
Marianne Leigh - Touring indie-pop singer-songwriter Marianne Leigh performs live-to-air ahead of her gig at Inch Bar. This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - oar.org.nz
A radio show and podcast created and first aired at Free FM 89.0, a member of the Community Access Media Alliance Aotearoa/New Zealand. Supported by NZ on Air. freefm.org.nz and @freefm89 on Facebook and Instagram
Country music from New Zealand and around the world
Breakfast news, views and some great music.
The latest for the Tongan community – global news, Tongan news and current affairs, interviews, community stories and events.
The Seventies Show, This is a new one-hour weekly music show hosted by Terry Toner.
Jean shares music that relaxes the soul and her thoughts about life and culture here in NZ.
Stefenpon Sitinjak is representing Indonesian culture in New Zealand, he wants to introduce and share new cultures to Southlanders Expect talk about food, culture, lifestyles and different perspectives!
Great music is like a sanity valve – it grounds you, soothes you, lifts you up or inspires you. In this on-hour fortnightly show Jago Byatt introduces his selection mostly British tracks that have inspired his interest over the last 50 years
A collection of 26 reggae classics.
Oliver is in touch with Ireland with phone reports of all that's happening this week in Ireland, sports news and music.
Prepare yourselves for pandemonium. I was going to mention the word bedlam, yet in a full disclosure moment, the fifth estate studio is a sea of glass oasis that draws our Parabola’s back week after week like radio moths drawn to the flame of our quest.
This week’s quest talks talk. Context on what we played and pithy commentary that just might create pandemonium (that word again!). Music to keep those nubbins joyful from the likes of the Polyrhythmics, The Mothers of Invention, The DB’s, Ahmad Jamal, Lene Lovich, Rosalie Cunningham, and Steve Gibson’s Red Caps, to name but seven of our 18 selections.
As the Polyrhythmics cheerfully say, Yeti, Set, Go!
Now audible on You Tube Music as well as the other portals that are home to the Parabola and are listed on our show’s Facebook page.
Manawatu Peoples Radio
A show about joy and resilience with Maree Gibson, produced by Manawatū People's Radio with the support of New Zealand An Air. This Week: What do you want your legacy to look like? Maree shares life as a daughter to life as a parent and having to forgive herself for the mistakes she made. Then comes the opportunity to make good with grandchildren. What gifts of wisdom will you give your loved ones?
This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - http://oar.org.nz
Richmond brings you all your favourite metal and rock favourites, straight out of Hawkes Bay.
Janma Bhoomi aims to keep Singhalese in touch with their motherland and educate the younger generation born here about the history and nature of Sri Lanka
A radio show/podcast from Creative Sounds (aka The Stomach) produced by Manawatū People's Radio with the support of New Zealand on Air.
Many vital topics are discussed inc. diabetes, gout, influenza, high blood pressure, heart problems, elder care, Well Child and Mental health matters.
Plains FM 96.9
Conversations with interesting and inspiring Hungarian people
Sharing wisdom, inspiring words and uplifting learning.
Music, global news and interviews with people from Niue and the Niuean community feature in this weekly hour
The letter S in my record collection - Part 1. Broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin www.oar.org.nz