Past Shows

Show Name

A Cuppa Jo & a Serve of Rach

Alzheimers Avalanche 


As Easy As

Between the Lines

Big Nick's Blues Show

Breastfeeding Banter
CAB Shop Talk

Catch A Flame
Chamber Tune-In - Voices for Vitality

Chilean Show

Coffee Break

Community Circle

Conscious Living Short Cuts

Drive Time Blues

En Familia

Essential Organics

Farmers Market

Flip That Script

Get Onside

Gus and Jo's Technology Shows

Humpday Hustle

Intrepid Journeys

Islam in Focus

Jewel In The Justice Crown

Journey of the Drum


Legends of Rock

Len Lye Biography

Let's Get it on

Life With Bells On

Lila's Organic Kitchen Garden

Local Heroes

Mad Cow

Man's World

Mates Express

Mental Health Matters

Millennial Mindgasm 

Music HQ

Nga Whetu o Patea

Neighborhood Support Radio Report

Off the Page

Paper Mache Dream Balloon

Paramount Country  Music Hour

People Power

Puke Ariki weekly

Rainbow Taranaki Youth

Scrumptious Health


Sounds Of Silence

Space Station Kiwi

Special Broadcasts

Special Broadcasts  2013

S.T.A.R.T. Taranaki (Youth at Risk)

Still Cloudy

Talk Is Cheap

Taranaki Country Music Show

Taranaki Jam - Songwriting Holiday Workshop

Taranaki World Class

Te Maungarongo

Tech Talk

The Abilities Show

The Amped Youth Show

The Art Of Living

The Business Power hour

The Cam Younger Show

The Community School Run

The Great Big Kids Show on Access Radio Taranaki

The Gypsy Rover

The Hemp Show

The Hive

The Holistic Hour

The Mix

The Nanny Maata Show

The Russian Show

The Polish Show

The Rock n Roll Show

The Small Farm Show

The Swiss Music Show

The Sydnie Show

The Witching Hour

The Yes Show

Thornleigh Park Residents Speak

Time Out  With Jamie Allen

Turkish Delight

The Mihirangi Show

Voices of Experience

Volley Vibes

Wahine Surf Show

We Are The World

Wild Open Spaces

Winders World of Words

World Class Conversations

World on Your Plate  PC

Yeah! The Girls!  PC

For the month of August, Access Radio Taranaki 104.4FM will  play your Maori music selections for at least one hour each day.

Step 1: The Music

How you can create your 1hr playlist:


Link to Dropbox user guide:


Step 2: Your Introductions

Option 1

You can choose to simply have one introduction for the whole hour.  It might be something like:

“Kia ora.  I am (your name) from Hāwera.  I’ve put together an hour of my favourite music for Maori Music Month on Access Radio Taranaki 104.4FM.  I hope you enjoy it.”

Record this short intro on your phone or other recording device and either email this file to [email protected] or add it to your USB or Dropbox file.

Option 2

If you would like to introduce each song individually and talk about it, maybe share what it means to you, this is easiest to record at the station. 

Call us on 06 751 3720 to book some studio time.