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Special Feature - Jack and the Beanstalk - Students from Silver Shoe Performer’s Teen class present an adaptation of Jack and the Beanstalk, with all sound effects and vocals created by the Teens. ( 0:5:55)       
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Students from Silver Shoe Performer’s Teen class present an adaptation of Jack and the Beanstalk, with all sound effects and vocals created by the Teens. The class was an ode to 1940’s radio plays where the actors read the scripts and foley artists created the sound effects to go along with it. This show captures the varied and interesting events and people that we come across at Coast Access Radio.
Published: 6/07/2024 11:00:00 a.m.
Special Feature - Guru of Chai - Jacob Rajan from Indian Ink Theatre Company joins Catherine to talk about the upcoming performance in Kapiti of the internationally acclaimed Guru of Chai. ( 0:23:37)       
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Described as a stirring blend of rich storytelling and theatre royalty, Indian Ink's Guru of Chair returns to our shores. Catherine speaks with the incredibly intelligent and prolific Wellington based actor, director and theatremaker Jacob Rajan, celebrated for his work as the co-founder of Indian Ink Theatre Company. He’ll be performing in the return of their much loved production Guru of Chai at Coastlands Theatre, Te Raukura ki Kapiti from 4 – 6 July. In this conversation, hear from Jacob about the creation of the characters he performs, some background of how the ideas for the show came to fruition and the resulting immersion into theatre you will take when you see the show. Tickets from Eventfinder and at Te Raukura ki Kapiti
Published: 22/06/2024 11:00:00 a.m.
Special Feature - Kapiti College Students 40 hour challenge - what the students are doing, why they are doing it and how you can help( 0:19:10)       
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Four Students from Kapiti College - Nala, Evie, Sorscha and Will came in to studio to talk about what they are doing to encourage other students' at the school to raise money for World Vision. This show captures the varied and interesting events and people that we come across at Coast Access Radio.
Published: 16/06/2024 1:00:00 p.m.
Special Feature - Mulled Wine - Mary talks about the next Mulled Wine Concert featuring Andrew Beer (violin) and Ingrid Bauer (harp)( 0:23:39)       
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VIOLIN AND HARP COMBINATION IN PAEKAKARIKI Classical music enthusiasts adore the sound of strings – all the great composers have written music to be played on the violin. In comparatively recent times, the concert harp has become one of the most favoured instruments in the orchestra. Kapiti concertgoers will have the opportunity to hear the violin and harp together when Mulled Wine Concerts presents Andrew Beer (violin) and Ingrid Bauer (harp) at St Peter's Community Hall in Paekakariki on Sunday 23 June 2024 for a concert of music old and new.
Published: 15/06/2024 11:00:00 a.m.
Special Feature - Paraparaumu College talk World Vision 40 Hour Challenge( 0:20:43)       
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In this episode Nikki chats to Naimna, Sue and Anika, three students from Paraparaumu College, about the World Vision 40 Hour Challenge happening over the weekend of 21-23 June This show captures the varied and interesting events and people that we come across at Coast Access Radio.
Published: 8/06/2024 11:00:00 a.m.
Special Feature Viv chats with Te Horo Hall Chair Andrew, on the progress in fund raising to earthquake strengthen this valuable community asset ( 0:24:1)       
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This show captures the varied and interesting events and people that we come across at Coast Access Radio.
Published: 1/06/2024 10:30:00 a.m.
Special Feature Tommy Secker of Steam Inc( 0:18:53)       
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This show captures the varied and interesting events and people that we come across at Coast Access Radio. Today Gj chats with Tommy Secker from Steam Incorporated
Published: 25/05/2024 7:30:00 a.m.
Special Feature - Keltie MacGregor from Kaibosh Food Rescue talks to us about Give a Meal in May - helping Kibosh get good food to those who need it most.( 0:26:39)       
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Kaibosh do amazing work in our community, they advise us that people are hungry in our communities, while good food is being wasted. Help them rescue good surplus kai and get it to people who need it. This May, your donation will make a real difference for people who are needing help. Make a secure donation today using Donorbox. You can read more about the work they do or make a donation at kaibosh.org.nz
Published: 11/05/2024 11:00:00 a.m.
Special Feature - Steph Dhyrberg, Chair of Mary Potter Hospice, talks about the vital task of caring for the terminally ill and also discusses the upcoming fundraiser on May 2nd.( 0:37:36)       
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Talking to Graeme Joyes in this episode is guest Steph Dhyberg, Chair of Mary Potter Hospice. This programme focuses on the work of Mary Potter Hospice in the vital task of caring for the terminally ill and their families. Graeme and Steph also discuss the upcoming Fund raiser Auction on May 2nd, 7pm at Southwards
Published: 20/04/2024 4:00:00 p.m.
Special Feature - Oliver talks to Levin RSA President Wayne Kaye( 0:20:39)       
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This week from the Levin Mall studio, Levin RSA President Wayne Kaye discusses some of the amenities and offerings available for local residents at the RSA, and talks about the work they do for veterans in the leadup to ANZAC Day. This show captures the varied and interesting events and people that we come across at Coast Access Radio.
Published: 20/04/2024 11:00:00 a.m.
Special Feature - Orange Bike Ride -promoting cycling as a sustainable means of transport ( 0:23:42)       
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The Orange Bike Ride aims to promote cycling as a sustainable means of transport which helps us to address climate change through a standout and enjoyable family-oriented event connecting New Zealanders with the local Dutch communities in as many regions as possible across Aotearoa New Zealand. Check out eventfinda.co.nz and register your free interest in this event https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2024/orange-bike-ride-2024-kapiti-in-waikanae/paraparaumu
Published: 13/04/2024 2:00:00 p.m.
Special Feature - See the signs - Guest Tina Budd is raising awareness to safeguard our tamariki in NZ to reduce child abuse - in particular Sextortion.( 0:26:10)       
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In 2011-2013 a group of teenage boys in Auckland befriended, coerced, manipulated and got younger teenage girls drunk, some as young as 13, in order to have sex with them. They recorded what they were doing and posted it on social media. The police investigated and canvassed 110 teenage girls as part of the investigation, only 7 girls made formal statements, but it was believed that 25 girls were victims. 35 Males were persons of interest during the investigation. This is Child Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking and Tina is on a quest to raise awareness of sextortion and what signs to look out for.
Published: 13/04/2024 11:00:00 a.m.
Special Feature - Iona from Skills4Living talks to Oliver from the Levin Mall Studio about some of the programmes they offer.( 0:14:46)       
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Iona from Skills4Living talks to Oliver from the Levin Mall Studio about some of the programmes they offer for residents across the Horowhenua wanting to improve essential life skills, from cooking, to sewing, to budgeting services, to their upcoming parenting course
Published: 7/04/2024 1:00:00 p.m.
Special Feature - Porirua Rocks - Rock 'N' Wrestling Craft Beer Spectacular is coming soon! Catherine sits down with the organisers of Porirua Rocks and takes us through what to expect and some VIP tix to give away.( 0:29:45)       
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New Zealand's first ever Rock 'n' Wrestling Craft Beer Festival is coming to Porirua on Sat 27th April. This will be the biggest craft beer celebration in Porirua history and aiming for the biggest Wrestling crowd in NZ history outside of international shows. The event sees 11 Breweries in attendance, 6 Rock bands from around the country, and WRESTLING!
Published: 6/04/2024 11:00:00 a.m.
Special Feature - Nikki chats to Andrew Annakin (no relation to Darth Vader) about Te Horo Community Hall's history.( 0:27:22)       
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Nikki chats to Andrew Annakin (no relation to Darth Vader) about Te Horo Community Hall's history, the need for strengthening and upgrading to the building, and all the amazing fundraising events being hosted by various members of the Te Horo community to help make this happen. News as it happens, interviews and breaking stories
Published: 30/03/2024 11:00:00 a.m.
Special Feature - Artha Prabodha from Horowhenua Kapiti Cricket Association drops into Levin for a chat about programs being run for kids incl Girls Smash program ( 0:18:54)       
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Artha from the Horowhenua Kapiti Cricket Association talks about his background as a player and domestic/international coach, and promotes the various kids programmes the Association is running, including the Girls Smash programme, one of the most successful cricket programmes with youth participation per capita in New Zealand.
Published: 10/02/2024 11:15:00 a.m.
Special Feature - Working through the process of Grieving - Nikki talks to Angie & Shelly from WSD Kapiti.( 0:18:48)       
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Nikki talks to Angie & Shelly from WSD Kapiti - an organisation that supports locals who have been widowed, separated, divorced or have a partner in care. They offer a 10-week “Working through the process of Grieving” course, that runs two times a year.
Published: 10/02/2024 11:00:00 a.m.
Waitangi Day Special - Whakarongotai Marae held a Waitangi Commemoration event "Te Puna O Te Aroha".( 0:40:4)       
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Whakarongotai Marae held a Waitangi Commemoration event “Te Puna O Te Aroha” on Saturday 3rd February - Nikki chatted to two of the marae trustees before the event and also shares some of the amazing talent that entertained the visitors on the day
Published: 5/02/2024 3:00:00 p.m.
Special Feature - Kapiti Lions book fair call for help( 0:17:5)       
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The Combined Lions of Kapiti have been running book fairs for the last 25 years, but they have now lost the use of the old Raumati South swimming pool building that was needed to storing and enabling the book fairs to function. Bookfair chairman, Peter Cresswell has put out a plea for anyone who has vacant premises that could be used to store, sort, and pack the books. News as it happens, interviews and breaking stories
Published: 27/01/2024 11:00:00 a.m.
Special Feature - A conversation with Sarah Yanez about the creation of Waikanae Business Association( 0:15:13)       
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News as it happens, interviews and breaking stories. Nikki interviews Sarah Yanez - owner of Goldies Wholefoods and one of the main forces behind the creation of the Waikanae Business Association
Published: 21/12/2023 5:55:08 p.m.
Special Feature - Sweets n Treats( 0:14:29)       
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News as it happens, interviews and breaking stories - Oliver in our Levin studio talks to Hope Hub and St Johns about a joint Christmas initiative
Published: 21/12/2023 5:23:15 p.m.
Special Feature - Benefit Advocacy Kapiti Group( 0:16:6)       
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News as it happens, interviews and breaking stories Nikki talks to Glenn about the Benefit Advocacy Kapiti Group - who advocate for people when dealing with WINZ and making sure they are able to access benefits they are entitled to
Published: 15/12/2023 3:29:26 p.m.
Waikanae Bridge closure - Waikanae Ward Councillor Nigel Wilson brings us the latest info on the bridge - the story continues to grow and it's not great news for traffic( 0:19:23)       
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The Waikanae bridge closure - due now to begin on the 16h of January - first notified minor delays, then closing one way, now closing both ways - between 4 and for 5 months - well that's the latest. Listen here to the interview conducted 15th December at Coast Access Radio
Published: 15/12/2023 11:00:00 a.m.
Special Feature - Ollie talks to Catherine of Age Concern Horowhenua - discussing what Age Concern offer the community.( 0:17:16)       
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A special feature of news, events or special guests that pop in this week.
Published: 1/12/2023 3:28:06 p.m.
Special Feature - Teresa Hayley speaks to Ollie about "pack the bus" - collecting food items for those in the community who need a bit of a helping hand.( 0:14:40)       
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In this episode Teresa Hayley speaks to Ollie about the collection of non perishable items for those in the community who need some assistance putting some food on the table. Also collecting toys for Birthright in Levin also.
Published: 25/11/2023 1:19:08 p.m.
Special Feature-10-11-2023 Toi Mahara Opening( 0:51:34)       
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A special feature of news, events or special guests that pop in this week. Coast Access Radio recorded some of the opening day festivities from the opening of Toi Mahara - the refurbished Art Gallery in Waikanae. Featuring artists and performances on the day.
Published: 10/11/2023 3:08:57 p.m.
Special Feature-06-10-2023 Maorilands Maa, Arni and Clara speak to Catherine about this amazing international tourist destination.( 0:28:57)       
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This great conversation with these Wahine showcases the amazing and diverse work being produced and on offer at Maoriland including film, art gallery, courses and shows. We encourage all of our Kapiti and Horowhenua listeners to make a visit to Maoriland ASAP!
Published: 6/10/2023 3:08:41 p.m.
Special Feature-06-10-2023 Ollie speaks to Tanya from Hope Hub re being a finalist in the Electra Business awards( 0:14:41)       
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A special feature of news, events or special guests that pop in this week.
Published: 6/10/2023 8:45:00 a.m.
Special Feature-22-09-2023 Julie Hunter of Eco Friendly Style and Electra Business awards finalist( 0:20:0)       
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A special feature of news, events or special guests that pop in this week.
Published: 22/09/2023 4:00:00 p.m.
Special Feature-22-09-2023 Age Concerns Julie Hodgson talks to Catherine about companion walking and volunteer visitor services( 0:16:54)       
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A great service run by Age Concern in Kapiti, Julie talks to Catherine about the benefits of volunteering to be a companion on a walk, or visiting someone in their home. Volunteers are needed!
Published: 22/09/2023 3:43:22 p.m.

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Host: Catherine Scullin, Nikki Carroll, Oliver Bau

Produced By: Coast Access Radio

Language: English

Category: Arts and Culture

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