You don’t have to know me for long to realize that I’m pretty evangelical about Arrow FM, the Wairarapa’s Access Radio station. This post will prove it. Arrow FM (92.7fm) is Access Radio (Access Radio Reaching Over Wairarapa… geddit?!). In fact, Arrow FM is one of twelve Access Radio stations in New Zealand. Access Radio is … More Access Radio. It’s for/about/by you, and you, and you!
I’m in the process of teeing up an interview with Reiner Schoenbrunn, a resident of Featherston who has several claims to fame, one of them being that he wrote The New Zealand Morris Minor Story, considered to be the authority on the car in this country. The interview will be focussing on his work about that particular … More I like driving in my car!
The Kokomai Festival is nearly upon us, so a great time to remind you that you can tune in to all the latest news and views about the Festival on 92.7FM (or click ‘listen live’ at Arrow FM) on Mondays at 1pm and again on Thursdays at 7pm. You can also follow the Kokomai Festival … More The Kokomai Festival… ways to listen
Sadly, not the Arrow FM/Limelight Theatre production of Dylan Thomas’s play, Under Milk Wood, directed and produced by Michael Wilson and Eunice Radford. But huge congratulations to Christchurch’s Plains FM (96.9FM) Sounds Catholic – Tiger, produced by Ken Joblin, which has waltzed away with this year’s gong for NZ Radio Awards Best Community Access Programmes (Best Spoken/Informational English … More NZ Radio Awards: And the winner is…..
I’ll be the first to admit I have been very slack on the blog front. But, blog slackness (or BS as I like to call it!) has corresponded with a period of intense activity out there in the real world (and, indeed, the reel world, more of which later). I’ve hit my stride with my … More Coming up on February’s show!
A few weeks ago I published a post about Access Radio – what it is, and how you can get involved through Arrow FM, the Wairarapa’s Access Radio station. This week, I want to bring you this week’s schedule to demonstrate the variety of programming being made by your community for your community. Fans of Rupert Watson’s … More What’s on Arrow FM this week?