How are we all? This week korero, indie, country, beats and bangers, and on Te Pae, Francis Mills, Lisa Malones, Clinton and Pete, Paekakariki soccer, Anzac Day through three different views and letters from Gallipoli to local families read by John Porter. All from a sleepout in Paekakariki – streaming worldwide on the net at paekakariki.org.nz and in Paekakariki on your radios 88.2FM, week ten of our pilot sees us again live on Sunday, and repeating the show Monday to Saturday.
5pm Collective Korero Collecting the korero in Paekakariki, with host Kaia Hawkins. Your neighbours’ lives and record collections.
6-8pm Te Pae (The Perch) Your weekly news, views, performances and interviews of Paekakariki with host Mark Amery, producer Melanie Phipps and reporter Ester Bullen.
8pm The Wildwood Hour Travels through the vast landscape of country and folk music, with Helen Keivom.
9pm Anything Could Happen A sampling of indie rock / pop from the late ‘70s to the present, with a hearty dose of New Zealand content, with Jim Ebenhoh
10pm Beats and Bangers Servin up some fresh beats and sizzling bangers. Keepin it oldschool, keepin it greasy, no mash, no cheesey!!! With Jack Cromie.
This Week on Te Pae
This week on Te Pae (The Perch), your community radio show we welcome a live performance from Francis Mills just after 6pm, followed by an interview with Lisa Malones, who after five years as a beloved teacher at Paekakariki School is putting on gumboots to run a school in the Wairarapa.
Clinton gives the sports round up and Pete the last fishing report of the season. Community Notices run at 7pm followed by Joelle Mills discussing the soccer season from the Paekakariki Sports Club.
This week’s Issue after 7pm is Anzac Day, with 83 year old Parade resident Colleen Kelly, who had six uncles at Gallipoli, 11 year old Levon Stone who will be part of this week’s Anzac Day memorial procession, and Vietnam Vet and Paekakariki Gas Station Coffee Cart owner Ian Johnston.
At about quarter to 8 we hear the letters of Private William Lynch from Gallipoli, which refer to local families, read by John Porter.
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