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Te Pae for the week beginning 2 December 2018

Amelia and Sylvia talked with Mike Joy about his recent book and his environmental work, and with Jan Bolwell about the play she is directing, I’ll Tell You This For Nothing, Kate JasonSmith’s solo about her mother’s wartime experiences nursing in Europe. We also had community notices and talked about the Village displaying its own advent calendar.

Te Pae: Lost Bird, Movie Reviews, Patchworkers, Quilters and Textile Enthusiasts Alike, Kiwi’s Against Seabed Mining and Nicola Easthope

On this week’s Te Pae with Russell Thomas on Paekakariki 88.2FM (6-8pm and 12-2pm daily)

In the first hour we have Lost Bird in the studio for a couple of songs, followed by Rachael Benefield with the Movie Reviews.

To kick off the second hour we have the Community Notices, followed by The Squawk of the Week with Tania Preston and Patricia Withim from Patchworkers, Quilters and Textile Enthusiasts Alike and their fund raiser for Nepal Orphans Home

Our issue of the week is a retrospective look at the KASM (Kiwi’s Against Seabed Mining) campaign with KASM Chairperson and Solscape owner Phil McCabe.

And we end with poems spoken by Nicola Easthope, recorded when she was in the studio last year.1-IMG_2934

This week on Te Pae 30th August

On this week’s Te Pae with Russell Thomas and Mark Coote
(daily between 6 – 8pm and 12 – 2pm on 88.2FM or stream on paekakariki.org.nz)

We listen to Swamp Dixie, a live performance recorded last year from the archives, talk to Paul Radich about his show, Rad Radio and his role as the new Chair of Paekakariki Informed Community Inc. (PICI)

At 7pm Mark will read out the Community Notices.

We will hear from Dave Johnson – who is the new Chair of the Paekakariki Station Precinct Trust about the opening of the Arts Walk.

Our Neigbour of the Week is Zoe Studd, a highly regarded Environmental Scientist who runs a number of freshwater and marine educational programs around Wellington.

We finish with some spoken word from the archives from Shona Mc Neil.

Thank you to The Beach Road Deli for their continued support of the show.

The Te Pae Production Team: Andy McKay, Shona Jaunas, Sylvia Bagnall, Russell Thomas, Justine Ward, Janet Holborrow, Mark Coote and Mark Amery.

Te Pae – 9th August 2015

On this week’s Te Pae with Russell Thomas and Mark Coote on Paekakariki 88.2Fm 6-8pm and 12-2pm.

In the first hour we have Mark selecting live music recordings from Te Pae’s extensive archive, in the second hour we launch the live segment of our show with Mark reading the Community Notices.

We have Flo McNeil in to announce the winner of the The Reusable Shopping Bag Design Competition also updating us on this great community initiative.

Our neighbour of the week is Paekakariki resident Graeme Mills and Ross Leggett from Electra who are updating us on the investigation stages of a community wind energy project they are proposing.

And we hear from Mike Gibson, Paekakariki resident and main Munki at the legendary Munki Studios, who is hosting a studio moving party called Munki Mash, a live stream webcast.

Thank you to The Beach Road Deli for their continued support of the show.

The Te Pae Production Team: Andy McKay, Shona Jaunas, Sylvia Bagnall, Russell Thomas, Justine Ward, Janet Holborrow, Mark Coote and Mark Amery.

 

When and Where You’re Drinking: Te Pae 2-8 June

Fancy a bevy on The Parade whilst watching the sunset? Having a neighbourhood street party? You could be breaking the law under proposal alcohol bans up and down the coast.

This week on Te Pae/ The Perch, your community radio show in Paekakariki (12-2pm and 6-8pm daily Sunday-Saturday) the proposed alcohol ban is our issue of the week (around 12.30/6.39pm), with studio guests and locals Ken McDonald (Paekakariki Sports Club), Shona Jaunas (Kapiti Safer Community trust), Renwick Wright and Samantha Hutcheson (KCDC).

And as a chaser, we’re complementing the discussion with songs about drinking!

Heading the show just after 12/6pm is local band the Moumou Timers, followed by the all! new! Sports Report with Will Northcott. Our Squawk of the Week is with Tina Pope of the Paekakariki Organic Orchard and Garden group, and our neighbour of the week (1.20/7.20pm) is the irrepressible community entrepeneur Flo McNeill, celebrating Paekakariki Trading’s first anniversary on Facebook, the Local Table competition and all manner of community goodness. In our spoken word slot (1.45/7.45pm) is poet and painter Harriet Bright.

Community Notices as always at 1pm/7pm.

We welcome your notices, thoughts, ideas and comments to [email protected] Te Pae/The Perch is presented by Mark Amery and Kaia Hawkins and produced by Melanie Phipps with assistance from Esther Bullen and Rebecca Thomson.

 

Taking you back to 1943

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This week on Te Pae, Sunday 26 May to Saturday 1 June, 12-2pm and 6-8pm daily, we take you back to 1943 with a US Marines special as the village looks back to the time 71 years ago when this little place was surrounded by 20,000 Americans. We feature the music of the time, kicking off with a live set from Rodger Fox, and to discuss the enduring impact, in the studio are John Porter, Joan Ellis and Allie Webber. We play recordings of local residents memories of the time, including that of our late kuia Jean Andrews in our 7.40pm spoken word slot. Neighbour of the week is Aperahama ‘Flag man’ Keith Johnston, Squawk of the week is the Paekakariki Rail and Heritage Museum with Anthony  Dreaver and Gabe Bishop Evans is in with some movie reviews from Finns.  Community Notices as always are at 7pm.

Streaming online at www.paekakariki.org.nz or on your radio in Paekakariki at 88.2FM.

Beating the winter blues 19-26 May

Every culture needs its winter festivities and remedies to help make it through the darkest months. This week on Te Pae we focus on beating the winter blues. We introduce a brand new segment: ‘How to… in five minutes’ with Esther Martin telling us ‘how to make a Paella in 5 minutes’, we shift our issue of the week segment to 6.25pm talking to health and lifestyle pros Anja Foley, Nicky Walker and Tobias Hall about how they cope with the winter, Gilbert Haisman tinkles the ivories, Naomi Ratana fills us in on the netball season, social entrepeneur Sam Rye is our neighbour of the week, and Aleksandra Tanasic ends the session with some spoken word yoga relaxation.

Some links

Sam Rye’s blog: The wonderful world of Sam

Anja Foley: http://www.avida.co.nz/about

Tobias Hall: http://www.lotuschiropractic.co.nz

Nicky Walker: http://www.ngaiohealth.co.nz/index.php/our-team

Te Pae is your weekly community radio show with news, views, performances and interviews of Paekakariki with hosts Mark Amery and Kaia Hawkins, producer Melanie Phipps and reporter Ester Bullen. Community Notices at 7pm (1pm).

To provide community notices or suggest content email us at [email protected]

Panel discussions, music performances, spoken word and neighbour of the week interviews are slowly being archived as a community archive under audio.

Te Pae

Your weekly community radio show with news, views, performances and interviews of Paekakariki. Community Notices at 7pm (1pm).
The Te Pae Production Team: Andy McKay, Shona Jaunas, Sylvia Bagnall, Russell Thomas, Justine Ward, Janet Holborrow, Mark Coote and Mark Amery.

To provide community notices or suggest content email us at [email protected]

Panel discussions, music performances, spoken word and neighbour of the week interviews are slowly being archived as a community archive under audio.

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