Paekakariki 88.2FM is back on air this Sunday-Saturday (and streaming for free ion your computers from www.paekakariki.org.nz) after technical issues saw us our repeat broadcasts not on over the last week. This marks the beginning of month three in our pilot period, seeing the return of our stellar line-up of foundation presenters:
5pm Indiginz sessions: with Himiona Grace, music by contemporary Maori, Pacific and Aotearoa based bands and artists, with a few tracks by indigenous and ethnic groups from around the globe.
6-8pm Te Pae/ The Perch FM: A two hour show of community news, notices, interviews, performances and music for every taste. See the full programme below.
8-9pm Garage Sale Funk: Music and stories from Haumia Street’s funkiest DJ and garage sale goer, Paul Howard.
9-10pm Living the Highlife From Lagos to Addis Ababa and back, with Tim Jaray. This monthL Nigeria!
10-11pm Classical Futures: Anna-Marie O’Brien takes you on a journey through modern classical music, local and beyond.
This Week on Te Pae
This week on Te Pae (The Perch), your community radio show we welcome a live performance from the band Land of Plenty 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.
Gabe Bishop-Evans will review movies at Finns ‘A Lady in Paris’ (Estonian),Kiwi film: ‘The Fall Guy’ and maybe a few others. Community Notices run at 7pm followed by Rob Stone discussing Paekakariki Cubs and Scouts and upcoming activities for the whole village.
How is Tourism in Paekakariki? In this week’s Issue of the Week after 7pm, Our Temporary Neighbours: Tourism in Paekakariki we have on Paekakariki Holiday Park’s Marilyn Heazelwood, Paekakariki Beachfront B&B owners’ Don Polly and Allie Webber and Hill Top Hideaway’s Peter Mounsey & Denise Duke.
Elsewhere at about quarter to 8 Sarah Bainbridge reads a story of hers from Kapiti anthology “Shortz”, a bedtime story for 8 to 11 year olds