We broadcast throughout the Wairarapa on 92.7 fm. You can also listen to us by clicking "Listen Live" on this website. Many of our programmes are also available for on-demand listening. Click on the "podcasts" link to find out more.
Our playlist features exclusively NZ music between scheduled programmes.
On Air Schedule
The symbol [R] indicates a repeat of a previously broadcast programme. This schedule will be updated every Monday morning, except for statutory holidays.
Wednesday, 26th April 2017
11.15am: Born To Be Free - Interviews and teachings, featuring pastors and presenters from New Zealand and overseas.
1.00pm: Kids' Own Show - a show full of fun, music and stories for our youngest listeners.
3.30pm: Friends Of Marilyn - a programme hosted by Cat Pausé looking at Fat identity and Fat activism in NZ and Globally.
7.00pm: Tūrukiruki – Pānekeneke - The traditional reo of supertribal entity Ngai Tahumakakanui.
8.00pm: Amuse Gueule - news and events from French-speakers in New Zealand and from around the world.
9:00pm: Democracy Now - the War and Peace report. An independent global news programme from the USA.
10.30pm: South Africa NZ Live - Music of South Africa, news of South Africans here and events in South Africa.
Thursday, 27th April 2017
10.00am: Live Wires - School Holidays - Live Wires fizzes, pops and crackles with youthful talent and enthusiasm. Students present their own variety programmes live from the classroom.
2.00pm: Wheels On Fire - a rubber-burning wheelie through the highs and lows of living with disability.
5.00pm: Street Science - Working scientists bringing science to a street near you. Current, quirky and street-smart.
7.00pm: Turn It Up with Phill & Fleck - Sharing ideas and opinions about topics which directly affect the growth of human consciousness and maturity as a society.
9.30pm: This Way Out - the international lesbian & gay radio magazine.
Friday, 28th April 2017
8.00am: Random Access Memory - What's on, what's in and what's up in Wairarapa.
9.30am: Carterton Connections - Talking up the town, dishing up the district. A high-energy show, connecting you with all that's good and happening in the Carterton area.
10.45am: Sheldopia - Streaming with facts, teeming with opinions, and teaming up with the odd guest.
12.00pm: WINGS - Women's international News Gathering Service.
12.30pm: The Road To Recovery & Freedom - stories about travels around the world mixed with the story of one man's journey back from depression.
7.00pm: Friday Night Blues - discover the only local show dedicated to the wonderful world of blues; from old to new, slow to fast.
8.00pm: Sixties Nostalgia - travel back to the greatest decade of music ever. Songs you haven't heard for a while or maybe never before. Tune in and be surprised.
9.30pm: Pick 'n' Mix - a lucky dip of thought-provoking documentary or alternative music.
Saturday, 29th April 2017
8.00am: Random Access Memory - What's on, what's in and what's up in Wairarapa. (R)
9.30am: Carterton Connections - Talking up the town, dishing up the district. A high-energy show, connecting you with all that's good and happening in the Carterton area. (R)
2.00pm: Paakiwaha - An exciting weekly two hour current affairs programme, hosted by Willie Jackson and featuring topical national kaupapa from a Maori perspective.
4.00pm: Live Wires - School Holidays- Live Wires fizzes, pops and crackles with youthful talent and enthusiasm. Students present their own variety programmes live from the classroom. (R)
7:00pm: Democracy Now - the War and Peace report. An independent global news programme from the USA.
8.00pm: Fat Tony's Happy Hour - Songs about drinkin’ and dyin’, fast cars and slow horses.
10.00pm: Turn It Up with Phill & Fleck - Sharing ideas and opinions about topics which directly affect the growth of human consciousness and maturity as a society. (R)
Sunday, 30th April 2017
7.30am: The Gospel Miracle Hour - Compassion and guidance for those that are hurting.
6.00pm: Pasefika - Singing, community news and topical discussion from throughout the Pacific; blended with smooth sounds, traditional and modern.
8.00pm: ReCooper8 - What's happening and exciting on the arts scene in South Wairarapa, with dynamic interviews, interplay and interaction. We're into music, too. (R)