Best Otago podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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Spotlight on legal issues affecting our daily lives, supported by the Faculty of Law at the University of Otago
Life at Otago
Life at Otago
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Sustainable Lens
Sustainable Lens Resilience on Radio: hear an informed, intelligent and provocative discussion of sustainability issues every week. Samuel Mann and Shane Gallagher are joined every week by a leading figure in the sustainability scene. Politics, science and controversy on Sustainable Lens Resilience on Radio.
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AA Live
Do you do and say things when drinking you regret the next day? Is alcohol a problem for you or someone you care about? Every Four Weeks, Tonto presents the AA Live, brought to you by Alcoholics Anonymous. Find out how people just like you found sobriety in AA.
Straight out of the mean streets of Dunedin, New Zealand. On A Rock is fun and exciting conversations about people, events and places to be!Listen to the stories of international visitors at the University of Otago or get a new perspective on life from the locals and hear their stories. Be a part of the conversation on Snapchat or Instagram @OnARockAston/ @On_A_Rock_Aston!ON A ROCK is an informative podcast series about interesting people, businesses and events in Dunedin.
Join Liam for half an hour of local, national and international sports news. Along with interviews with New Zealand sports personalities and the people who keep things running behind the scenes.
Hello Kerala
Sabin and Smitha bring you soulful songs and news from the Kerala region of South India, known for its beaches, rivers, monsoon and Malayalam movies and music.Part of the Connecting Cultures Zone on Otago Access Radio.
For more information visit This is a weekly show broadcast on Otago Access Radio, an Access radio station proudly supported by NZ on Air.
Choice As! – Celebrating Local Music. Join Karl every second Tuesday, as he brings you the latest in local music as well as some kiwi favourites. Hear from the musicians, discover new music, and celebrate New Zealand’s unique music scene. This show was first broadcast on Otago Access Radio 105.4FM
Empower Half Hour
Join Anna and Rachel as they chat about everyday happenings and highlight some awesome mahi being done for women and families in Otago and overseas. Supported by Rape Crisis Dunedin.
In this series we profile 20 young Dunedin writers about their passion for poetry and creative writing. We will also hear them perform their own original works and explore the background of their stories.
Namasthe Telugu
Telugu is one of the sweetest languages spoken in the southern part of India – known as the Italian of the East due to its melodic nature. Listen to Telugu songs that are rich in music and meaning, and hear more about this beautiful place, on Namasthe Telugu with Sasi Bhushan.Thanks to the Office of Ethnic Communities Settling In Fund for its support of Otago Access Radio’s Connecting Cultures Zone.
Science Notes
Science Notes is hosted by Dr David A. McMorran of the Chemistry Department at Otago University. He interviews science graduates about their interests and studies.
Celebrating diversity on Otago Access Radio.Join host Pia Kahn every second Monday at 7pm as she explores aspects of indigenous cultures - from food, music and spiritual beliefs to oral traditions, politics, current affairs and activism. She will be joined by some wonderful guests, sharing their stories with you.Thanks to the Settling In Fund from the Office of Ethnic Communities for supporting the Connecting Cultures Zone on Otago Access Radio.
‘Creative Connections’ - presentations from Dunedin UNESCO City of Literature’s ‘Creative Cities Southern Hui’, sponsored by the New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO and in partnership with University of Otago's Centre for the Book.Held in Ōtepoti Dunedin between November 28th and December 2nd 2017, the free hui hosted many fruitful conversations across the arts as local and global creative minds met to share and collaborate.The City of Literature’s ‘Creative Connections’ programme exp ...
Hear essays created during the creative non-fiction short course held as part of the Otago University Summer School.
A six episode podcast series all about the wildlife in our own backyard. Why it's awesome, how it's awesome and how we know it's awesome.From geckos in your undies to deep water canyons we find out the real deal, from ecologists to anti-poaching experts and bold visionaries - this is not your usual nature chat.Subscribe now on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts (Wild Dunedin Podcast). Or download from Wild Dunedin or Otago Access Radio Websites. This podcast is supported by the Wild Du ...
Vanakkam Tamizha
Celebrating the richness of Tamil language and culture, and uniting Tamil communities. Tune in every Tuesday at 7pm for Tamil community bulletins, interviews, music, stories, poems and literature, brought to you by your hosts Lux, Rajesh and the Dunedin Tamil Friends. - Huge thanks to Settling In Fund from the Office of Ethnic Communities for supporting the Connecting Cultures Zone on Otago Access Radio.
Award winning crime writer Vanda Symon hosts this show on behalf of the Otago-Southland branch of the NZ Society of Authors. Every month she interviews a local or international writer about their current projects and the process of writing.
Peninsula People
Peninsula People – celebrating 50 years of the Otago Peninsula Trust. Meet the people and hear the stories behind 50 years of peninsula projects as New Zealand’s first private charitable conservation trust preserves and enhances Otago Peninsula for everyone to enjoy. Peninsula People, Sunday nights at 7.30 and Fridays at noon on Otago Access Radio - online at
Interviews run by Dunedin's young broadcasters on Otago Access Radio's Youth Zone.Full programme podcasts are available under the show name.
Round The Boards
Each Tuesday we catch up with Community Board representatives to talk about the topics of the day, find out how you can have your say, and profile the people who are making a difference in their communities.Included in this OARsome Morning Show segment are: Otago Peninsula Community Board, West Harbour Community Board, Waikouaiti Coast Community Board, Mosgiel Taieri Community Board and Saddle Hill Community Board.
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Show 26 - Turnips and Stone Soup ShowBroadcast on Otago Access Radio
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
Frank Burkitt and Kara Filbey DuoBroadcast on Otago Access Radio
The OUSA is worried about the level of black mould in students, with students so affected the mould is in their clothes and they're suffering respiratory problems, but the Otago Property Investors' Association says the tenants are to blame.
Inbound tourists would be charged up to $35 to enter the country if a proposed international visitor levy goes ahead. After the tsunamis and tsunami warnings of recent years we're probably more aware that our inland towns are at risk from tsunamis. The OUSA is worried about the level of black mould in students, with students so affected the mou ...…
A recent international study published in the science journal, Nature, shows the link between storm-driven ocean swells and the collapse of Antarctic ice shelves. Angus Coker Grant spoke to university of Otago's Professor Vernon Squire, one of the scientists behind the study and what it means for the environment and the rising sea levels.…
Refugee Quotas - Louie from Community Law Otago brought us up to speed with Refugee Quotas and what they mean for families in Otago.Brenda Harwood of The Star talks us through this week's edition.
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
Mac - NZFMCBroadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
Professor at University of Otago, Political Expert Dr Robert Patman with Newstalk ZB 's Chris Lynch what came out of the US Presdient Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un have achieved from Korean their historic meeting between the two leaders. Dr Patman says we shouldn't get the outcome out of proportion- He says Kim Jong Un has got more out of the me ...…
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
A new report from the Chief Science Advisor's Office wants the government to focus on very young children and their families, to reduce rates of youth crime. In the second report in a series about New Zealand's prison population the focus has shifted to children and steering them away from the prison pipe-line. It says early identification and ...…
BiPiSci – Nessie DNA Test click to listen (TRT 5:24) Click above to listen to part 4 of Skeptic Check: Flat Earth, featuring Neil Gemmell, Professor in the Department of Anatomy at the University of Otago, New Zealand, describing his work using DNA samples to catalog the fauna of Loch Ness, which could reveal the genetic signature of a famous g ...…
You might associate "duelling" with the American Wild West, but New Zealand has its own particular history of duelling - more than three-dozen took place between 1830 and 1935.
Show 45 - Albert KingBroadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
Mountains and RocksBroadcast on Otago Access Radio
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
Electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) arguably pose fewer health risks than smoking, yet many smokers adopt them without fully relinquishing smoking. In this podcast, Tobacco Control Assisytant Editor Becky Freeman talks with Lindsay Robertson (Cancer Society Social and Behavioural Research Unit, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand) ...…
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
Join this week's host, Andrew, as he interviews long-time Dunedin community volunteer Alan Shanks. They discuss his involvement in the community, as well as his advice for organisations just starting out.By (Otago Access Radio).
A new University of Otago report has found significant barriers to accessing legal aid are often too great to overcome. The number of lawyers registered to provide civil legal aid is on the decline, dropping a massive 54 per cent between 2011 and 2016 and not all registered to provide civil legal aid will actually do so. The study also found le ...…
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
In her new book, Polly Plum: A Firm and Earnest Woman’s Advocate, Mary Ann Colclough, 1836–1885 (Otago University Press, 2017), Jenny Coleman, a senior lecturer and Director of Academic Programmes in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at…
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
This podcast is supported by The Shot Mobile CoffeeBroadcast on Otago Access Radio
Show 02 - Hahna BriggsOUSA Queer Support Co-ordinator Hahna Briggs makes space in her busy life to chat with Brighid about growing up in rural Southland, her love affair with dance, and what becoming an Otago queer community leader has taught her. We also get a glimpse into LGBT acceptance in 1990s New Zealand vs 2018, and the story of how she ...…
Nola Gillies and Ron HielkemaBroadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
Skipper Fiao'o Faamausili has put her retirement on hold with the naming of 28 of New Zealand's top female rugby players becoming the first-ever 15s players to be offered Black Ferns contracts.The 28 contracted players include 17 Black Ferns from the 2017 World Cup winning side.Black Ferns Head Coach Glenn Moore said Faamausili was encouraged t ...…
Afifi Harris and Sanson Cosico - Dn Refugee CentreBroadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
Musicologist and senior lecturer in the Department of Music at the University of Otago, Graeme Downes, plays songs from Willie Nelson's album Last Man Standing. He says the 85 year old singer songwriter is "more or less doomed to contemplate mortality and the irony of existence".
Bhutanese Youth SingersBroadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
NZ History in Schools and Bastion PointBroadcast on Otago Access Radio (Otago Access Radio).
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