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PROGRAMMES SCHEDULE: May 2015 onwards

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M O N D A Y S

Next Broadcast-Date

Weekly
AM FM
6:01am-7:00am
  The Gary Jackson Show
bringing you all the hits from the 50s through to the 80s
(1st Jun)

Weekly
AM FM
7:01am-9:00am
  Big Daddy's Breakfast
Did-you-know?s, plus all the hits from way back then
(1st Jun)

Weekly
AM FM
9:01am-9:05am
[when available]
  A Political Perspective
with Craig Foss, local National MP (Tukituki)
(1st Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
9:30am-10:00am
  Rotary Wheels
All about the work of Rotary, and the people involved [monthly, 1st Mon]
(1st Jun)

As stated
AM FM
9:30am-10:00am
  HB Scientists On Air
Talking with local scientists who are specialists in their field
[monthly : 2nd & 3rd Mondays]
(8th Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
9:30am-10:00am
  Acupuncture On Air
Heiko Lade hosts a series about acupuncture and acupuncturists
[monthly, 4th Mon]
(22nd Jun)

Weekly
AM FM
10:01am-10:30am
  The Rock'N'Rhythm Revue
Matt Masters hosts a 30min mix of the best rhythm tracks
(1st Jun)

Weekly
AM FM
11:01am-12noon
RECENT START
  Wayne's Music
Wayne Mowat plays his favourite selections
(1st Jun)

Fortnightly
AM FM
12:30pm-1:00pm
  A Woman's World
Presented by Jacquie Thomas on behalf of the Heretaunga Women's Centre
[fortnightly]
(1st Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
1:01pm-1:30pm
  Age Concern On Air
with Carol Winter and guests [monthly, 1st Mon]
(1st Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
1:01pm-1:30pm
  Hastings Lions On Air
Lions news, topics and guests, with Alan Harvey [monthly, 4th Mon]
(22nd Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
1:30pm-2:00pm
  HB Poetry Live
all about local poets and their poetry [monthly, 3rd Mon]
(15th Jun)

Weekly
AM FM
2:01pm-3:00pm
  Theatre Themes
Music and news from the shows, brought to us by Theatre Hawke's Bay
(1st Jun)

Weekly
AM FM
3:01pm-4:00pm
RECENT START
  Two For Jazz
with Ian Hunt : fortnightly (with repeats on alternate weeks)
(1st Jun)

Weekly
AM FM
5:01pm-5:30pm
  World Music
Music and viewpoints from around the planet, with Trent
(1st Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
7:00pm-7:30pm
  Earth Gardens
News and happenings from 57 Sandy Road, Meeanee [monthly, 2nd Mon]
(8th Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
7:00pm-7:30pm
  Collaborative Voices
A monthly look at topical issues in the Social Development sector
[monthly, 4th Mon]
(22nd Jun)

Weekly
AM FM
7:30pm-8:00pm
RECENT START
  De Week Die Was (The Week That Was)
a weekly bulletin of news and music from the Netherlands [in Dutch]
(1st Jun)

Weekly
AM FM
8:00pm-9:00pm
  Monday Miscellany
Christian thoughts, news, views and music, with Margaret
(1st Jun)

Weekly
AM FM
9:00pm-10:00pm
R E P E A T
  Folk On Sunday
a repeat of yesterday's programme
(1st Jun)

Weekly
AM FM
10:00pm-12midn
  Stuck In The Psychedelic Era With The Hermit
'Hermit' (Steve Webb) trips back to heady musical days
(1st Jun)


All night easy listening, where we play some of the best music of the past several decades

T U E S D A Y S

Next Broadcast-Date

Weekly
AM FM
6:01am-7:00am
  Relics And Rarities
with Dave The Rave
(26th May)

Weekly
AM FM
7:01am-9:00am
  Anything Goes
Best hits - and some seldom-heard musical memories - from the past 60 years
(26th May)

Weekly
AM FM
9:01am-9:05am
[when available]
  A Political Perspective
with Stuart Nash, local Labour MP (Napier)
(26th May)

Weekly
AM FM
9:05am-9:35am
  Barry's Mystery Mix
from Beethoven to the Beatles .....
(26th May)

As stated
AM FM
10:01am-10:30am
  Love That Job
Janice Klinkhamer talks with interesting people about their occupations
[1st & 3rd Tuesdays each month]
(2nd Jun)

Weekly
AM FM
11:30am-12noon
  Popular Classics
Hosted by Fred Twyford
(26th May)

Monthly
AM FM
12:01pm-12:30pm
  Environment Centre On Air
with Sarah Coates & Chris Perley [monthly, 2nd Tue]
(9th Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
12:30pm-1:00pm
  HB Cancer Society
Local & national news and topics of interest [monthly, 2nd Tue]
(9th Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
12:30pm-1:00pm
  Naper Family Centre
Family-related news topics, information and advice [monthly, 3rd Tue]
(16th Jun)

Weekly
AM FM
1:01pm-2:00pm
  The Chris Walker Jazz Hour
a taste of all sorts of music from the Jazz spectrum
(26th May)

Weekly
AM FM
2:01pm-3:00pm
  The Music Express, with Mike Parish
The best of the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s - and your requests!
(26th May)

Weekly
AM FM
3:01pm-4:00pm
  The Pirate Years
Paul Peters plays music from the Pirate Radio era
(26th May)

Weekly
AM FM
5:01pm-6:00pm
R E P E A T
  Monday Miscellany
repeat of yesterday evening's programme
(26th May)

Weekly
AM FM
6:00pm-7:00pm
R E P E A T
  The Gift Of Life Gospel Hour
presented by the Riverbend Bible Church (repeat from previous Sun)
(26th May)

Weekly
AM FM
7:00pm-9:00pm
  DJ Static's Smooth Grooves
An hour of the greatest latest music
(26th May)

Weekly
AM FM
9:00pm-10:00pm
  Revisiting The Sixties
Geoff Dorsett plays solid-gold classics from the 1960s
(26th May)

Weekly
AM FM
10:00pm-12midn
  Totally Kiwi Tuesday
Gray plays two hours of the best NZ music
(26th May)

Weekly
AM FM
12midn-1:00am
  Brit Rock
Dominic Forbes presents a syndicated UK music show
(26th May)

Weekly
AM FM
1:00am-2:00am
  Deep Threes
Jazz-Rock-Electronica-Soundtracks and digitally much more
(26th May)


All night easy listening, where we play some of the best music of the past several decades

W E D N E S D A Y S

Next Broadcast-Date

Weekly
AM FM
6:01am-7:00am
  The Fabulous Fifties
Paul Peters plays great music from the 1950-1959 decade
(27th May)

Weekly
AM FM
7:01am-9:00am
  Big Daddy's Breakfast
Did-you-know?s, plus all the hits from way back then
(27th May)

Weekly
AM FM
9:01am-9:05am
[when available]
RECENT START
  A Political Perspective
with Clayton Mitchell, List MP for NZ First
(27th May)

Weekly
AM FM
10:01am-11:00am
  M V Golden Kiwis
Margaret & Vyron play Kiwi hits from the earlier days
(27th May)

Monthly
AM FM
12:30pm-1:00pm
RECENT START
  Health Matters
with Alison Cowell [monthly, 1st Wed]
(3rd Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
12:30pm-1:00pm
  Suicide - Supporting The Aftermath
helping those affected, to cope with the tragic consequences [monthly, 2nd Wed]
(10th Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
12:30pm-1:00pm
  The Spirit Seeker
Gaeil explores the spiritual world [monthly, 3rd Wed]
(17th Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
12:30pm-1:00pm
  Brain Injury Association HB
topics and interviews associated with head-injury trauma [monthly, 4th Wed]
(27th May)

Weekly
AM FM
1:01pm-4:00pm
  Margaret's Musical Moments
Easy-listening country-style music for your Wednesday afternoon
(27th May)

Fortnightly
AM FM
4:01pm-4:30pm
  The Ebbett Park School Radio Show
all their own work : fortnightly [fortnightly]
(27th May)

Weekly
AM FM
4:30pm-5:00pm
  Old 45s
Big Daddy dusts off his record-collection
(27th May)

Weekly
AM FM
5:01pm-5:30pm
  The Brent Or Kiel Show
Brent or Kiel (alternate weeks) play their choice of music
(27th May)

Weekly
AM FM
5:30pm-6:00pm
  Jessica's Jukebox
Memorable hits recalled
(27th May)

Weekly
AM FM
6:00pm-6:30pm
  Scott's Favourites
Scott plays music you will remember
(27th May)

Weekly
AM FM
6:30pm-7:00pm
  Radio Active
Real People at Mosaic (Taradale) present their own programme
(27th May)

Fortnightly
AM FM
7:00pm-7:30pm
  The Kenny Campbell Music Show
Kenny is here with drive-time hits [fortnightly]
(27th May)

Fortnightly
AM FM
7:00pm-7:30pm
  The Henry Nancarrow Show
Henry plays his favourite hits [fortnightly]
(3rd Jun)

Weekly
AM FM
8:00pm-10:00pm
  The Country We Love
Herb plays local and traditional country music
(27th May)

Weekly
AM FM
10:00pm-11:00pm
R E P E A T
  Jazz On Repeat
repeating the latest Tuesday afternoon Chris Walker Jazz show
(27th May)

Weekly
AM FM
11:00pm-1:00am
  Classic Country
Tim Rogers plays the best Country music of all time
(27th May)


All night easy listening, where we play some of the best music of the past several decades

T H U R S D A Y S

Next Broadcast-Date

Weekly
AM FM
4:00am-7:00am
  Memory Lane
Big Bob plays 50s-60s-70s hits, plus one-hit-wonders
(28th May)

Weekly
AM FM
7:01am-7:05am
[when available]
  On The Beat
Deb Potter (Community Constable) talks about local policing issues
(28th May)

Weekly
AM FM
7:05am-9:00am
  Big Daddy's Breakfast
all the did-you-know?s and hits from way back when
(28th May)

Weekly
AM FM
9:01am-10:00am
  Kick Up The 80s
The best of the decade, with Geoff Dorsett
(28th May)

Monthly
AM FM
10:01am-10:30am
  Unions On Air
with Thomas O'Neill (from the Service & Food Workers' Union) [monthly, 2nd Thu]
(11th Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
11:01am-11:30am
  Homeopathy Hub
Heidi, Jane, Angela and Tanja talk about the latest Hub topics
[monthly, 1st Thu]
(4th Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
11:01am-11:30am
  Women's Refuge
Talking about domestic violence and its aftermath [monthly, 3rd Thursday]
(18th Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
11:01am-11:30am
  Foot Bliss
A range of Foot topics and therapies, with Maree Gifkins [monthly, 4th Thu]
(28th May)

Monthly
AM FM
11:30am-12noon
RECENT START
  Grey Power
News and happenings of interest to seniors [monthly, 3rd Thu]
(18th Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
11:30am-12noon
  Volunteering Matters
with Renata Lehmann from Volunteering HB [monthly, 4th Thu]
(28th May)

Monthly
AM FM
12:01pm-12:30pm
  Family Matters
with the team from Family Works Hastings (Presbyterian Support)
[monthly, 2nd Thu]
(11th Jun)

Weekly
AM FM
1:01pm-5:00pm
R E P E A T
  Double-Take Thursday Afternoon
repeats of recent Radio Kidnappers programmes
(28th May)

Weekly
AM FM
2:01pm-2:30pm
R E P E A T
  Soft Lights And Sweet Music
Geoff plays 20s&30s music from the dance band era
(28th May)

Weekly
AM FM
3:01pm-3:30pm
R E P E A T
  Citizens Brass
Norma plays a selection of brass-band music
(28th May)

Weekly
AM FM
4:01pm-4:30pm
R E P E A T
  Popular Classics
Hosted by Fred Twyford
(28th May)

Fortnightly
AM FM
5:01pm-5:15pm
  Crossroad Connection
from the Crossroad Bible Institute (repeated the following Sunday at 10:30pm)
[fortnightly]
(4th Jun)

Fortnightly
AM FM
5:01pm-5:30pm
R E P E A T
  Reformed Church
Thoughts for your daily life, with Harry [fortnightly]
(28th May)

Monthly
AM FM
5:30pm-6:00pm
  The Disability Resource Centre Show
The team from DRC are in the studio with their news and views, and favourite music
[monthly, 4th Thu]
(28th May)

Weekly
AM FM
7:00pm-7:30pm
R E P E A T
  De Week Die Was (The Week That Was)
a weekly bulletin of news and music from the Netherlands [in Dutch]
(28th May)

Monthly
AM FM
7:30pm-8:00pm
  Library Live!
with Nigel from the Hastings District Library, and guest librarians
[monthly, 2nd Thu]
(11th Jun)

Weekly
FM
8:00pm-11:00pm
  The Direct UK Chart Show
Josh Ellis brings us the very latest Top-Of-The-Pops
(28th May)

Weekly
FM
11:00pm-12midn
  Te Puutake
Maori & Pacific youth music and news show
(28th May)


104.7FM (11pm-6am): A selection of the best easy-listening country and pop music

1431AM (8pm-6am): Great orchestras, great singers, great styles - great music memories from yesteryear

F R I D A Y S

Next Broadcast-Date

Weekly
AM FM
7:01am-7:05am
[when available]
  On The Beat
Deb Potter (Community Constable) talks about local policing issues
(29th May)

Weekly
AM FM
7:05am-9:00am
  Big Daddy's Breakfast
all the did-you-know?s and hits from way back when
(29th May)

Weekly
AM FM
9:01am-9:05am
[when available]
  A Political Perspective
with Julie Anne Genter (Green Party)
(29th May)

Weekly
AM FM
9:05am-12noon
  Swing and Sway with Morris J
Swing and dance music of the 1930's and 1940's and 1950's
(29th May)

Monthly
AM FM
1:01pm-1:30pm
RECENT START
  Diabetes Hawke's Bay
Topical issues and advice for diabetes sufferers and their supporters
[monthly, 1st Fri]
(5th Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
1:30pm-2:00pm
  Life Unlimited Hearing On Air
Rhose Shand talks about issues related to hearing impairment [monthly, 4th Fri]
(26th Jun)

Weekly
AM FM
2:01pm-3:00pm
R E P E A T
  MV Golden Kiwis
a repeat of an earlier Wednesday morning programme
(29th May)

Weekly
AM FM
3:01pm-8:00pm
  Pick'n'Mix Kiwi
a random selection from a library of thousands of NZ tracks
(29th May)

Monthly
AM FM
4:01pm-4:30pm
  Starry Nights
Astronomy with Gary Sparks (Director of the Holt Planetarium in Napier)
[monthly, 1st Fri]
(5th Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
4:01pm-4:30pm
  Multiple Sclerosis Society
Robyn Coyle (HB Field Worker) talks with sufferers and presents local MS news
[monthly, 3rd Fri]
(19th Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
4:01pm-4:30pm
  Travel Smart
Topics for current or intending travellers, with Jackie Setz
[monthly, last Fri]
(29th May)

Weekly
AM FM
7:00pm-7:15pm
  The Week In Parliament
with Tom Frewen & Reesh Lyon (Repeated also at 11:40am Sat and 12:05pm Sun)
(29th May)

Weekly
FM
8:00pm-11:00pm
  Samoana 104.7FM
Tuisalega presents news and music for our Samoan community
(29th May)


104.7FM (11pm-7am): A selection of the best easy-listening country and pop music

1431AM (8pm-7am): Great orchestras, great singers, great styles - great music memories from yesteryear

S A T U R D A Y S

Next Broadcast-Date

Weekly
AM FM
7:00am-8:00am
  Early Bird Gospel
Thoughts/music from the Seventh-Day Adventist church
(30th May)

Weekly
AM FM
8:01am-9:00am
  The Swinging Sixties
Paul Peters plays great music from the 1960-1969 decade
(30th May)

Weekly
AM FM
9:01am-12noon
  Saturday Smorgasbord
Repeats of phone-in political interviews plus topical items and musical interludes
(30th May)

Weekly
AM FM
9:01am approx
[when available]
R E P E A T
  A Political Perspective
with Clayton Mitchell, List MP for NZ First
(30th May)

Weekly
AM FM
9:30am approx
[when available]
R E P E A T
  A Political Perspective
with Tukituki MP Craig Foss
(30th May)

Weekly
AM FM
9:45am approx
[when available]
R E P E A T
  On The Beat
Deb Potter (Community Constable) talks about local policing issues
(30th May)

Weekly
AM FM
10:01am-10:30am
R E P E A T
  The Beatles Show
a series playing every Beatles hit, plus interesting facts along the way
(30th May)

Weekly
AM FM
10:30am approx
  Violet Rose's Gardening News
Weekly topical tips and suggestions for gardeners (refreshed monthly)
(30th May)

Weekly
AM FM
10:45am approx
[when available]
R E P E A T
  Mayoral Voices (Napier)
Mayor Dalton
(30th May)

Weekly
AM FM
11:01am approx
[when available]
R E P E A T
  A Political Perspective
Napier MP Stuart Nash
(30th May)

Weekly
AM FM
11:15am approx
  Pets On Parade
latest news and views from the Hastings SPCA
(30th May)

Weekly
AM FM
11:30am approx
[when available]
R E P E A T
  A Political Perspective
Green Party MP Julie Anne Genter
(30th May)

Weekly
AM FM
11:40am approx
R E P E A T
  The Week In Parliament
a repeat of the programme broadcast 7pm Friday
(30th May)

Weekly
AM FM
12:01pm-6:00pm
R E P E A T
  Double-Take Saturday Afternoon
repeats of recent Radio Kidnappers programmes
(30th May)

Weekly
AM FM
5:30pm-6:00pm
  Home Grown
programmes from promising local youth presenters
(30th May)

Weekly
FM
6:30pm-7:00pm
RECENT START
  The Russian Show
for our Russian community
(30th May)

Weekly
AM
7:00pm-8:00pm
R E P E A T
  Theatre Themes
Music and news from the shows (repeat of an earlier episode)
(30th May)

Weekly
FM
7:00pm-8:00pm
RECENT START
  The Polish Show
for our Polish community
(30th May)

Weekly
FM
8:00pm-11:00pm
  Samoana 104.7FM
Tuisalega presents news and music for our Samoan community
(30th May)

Weekly
AM
8:00pm-8:30pm
  Citizens Brass
Norma plays a selection of brass-band music
(30th May)

Weekly
AM
8:30pm-9:00pm
  Soft Lights And Sweet Music
Geoff plays 20s&30s music from the dance band era
(30th May)

Weekly
AM
9:00pm-11:50pm
R E P E A T
  Swing And Sway With Morris J
Swing and dance music of the 1930's and 1940's and 1950's
[repeat of a recent Friday show]
(30th May)

Weekly
FM
12midn-1:00am
  Kidnappers Ceilidh
Mitch Park presents his favourite ceilidh music
(30th May)


104.7FM (1am-7am): A selection of the best easy-listening country and pop music

1431AM (6pm-7am): Great orchestras, great singers, great styles - great music memories from yesteryear

S U N D A Y S

Next Broadcast-Date

Weekly
AM FM
6:00am-7:00am
  Bluegrass Gospel
an hour of great country gospel music
(31st May)

Weekly
AM FM
7:00am-8:00am
  Early Bird Gospel
Thoughts/music from the Seventh-Day Adventist church
(31st May)

Weekly
AM FM
8:01am-9:00am
  Kidnappers Kidz
Dave The Dinosaur with weekly stories and music for the younger at heart
(31st May)

Weekly
AM FM
9:01am-9:30am
  The Sunday Morning Sermon
from Pastor Nigel Woodley of the Flaxmere Christian Fellowship
(31st May)

Fortnightly
AM FM
10:01am-12noon
  Alan's Kiwi Country Music Show
with Alan Hessell [fortnightly]
(31st May)

Fortnightly
AM FM
10:01am-12noon
  Sunday Country
with Herb Burkin [fortnightly]
(7th Jun)

Weekly
AM FM
12:01pm-12:05pm
  Devotion : a thought or two for Sunday
Presented by Neville Stevenson from the Riverbend Bible Church
(31st May)

Weekly
AM FM
12:05pm-12:20pm
R E P E A T
  The Week In Parliament
with Tom Frewen & Reesh Lyon (repeated from Fri 7pm & Sat 11:40am)
(31st May)

Weekly
AM FM
12:30pm-1:00pm
  Songs For Sunday
with Margaret Burgess (repeated at 6pm Sundays)
(31st May)

Fortnightly
AM FM
1:01pm-1:30pm
  Reformed Church
with Harry [fortnightly]
(7th Jun)

Weekly
AM FM
1:30pm-2:00pm
  The Gospel Miracle Show
with John Bayliss
(31st May)

Weekly
AM FM
2:01pm-3:00pm
R E P E A T
  Theatre Themes
Music from the shows, brought to us by Theatre HB (repeat from prev Mon)
(31st May)

Weekly
AM FM
3:01pm-4:00pm
  Folk on Sunday
with Mitch & Robyn Park
(31st May)

Weekly
AM FM
4:01pm-5:00pm
  The Gift Of Life Gospel Hour
Presented by Neville Stevenson from the Riverbend Bible Church
(31st May)

Monthly
AM FM
5:01pm-6:00pm
  Salut!
Presented by Franki on behalf of the HB French Association [monthly, 2nd Sunday]
(14th Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
5:01pm-5:30pm
RECENT START
  The Flaxmere Christian Fellowship Show
with Pastor Nigel Woodley [monthly, 4th Sun]
(28th Jun)

Monthly
AM FM
5:30pm-6:00pm
  Ivan Dingle's Jingles
Ivan presents his favourite music and often interviews a guest
[monthly, 3rd Sunday]
(21st Jun)

Weekly
AM FM
6:00pm-6:30pm
R E P E A T
  Songs For Sunday
with Margaret Burgess (repeated from 12:30pm Sun)
(31st May)

Weekly
AM FM
6:30pm-6:55pm
  Hymns For Sunday
Presented by Neville Stevenson from the Riverbend Bible Church
(31st May)

Weekly
AM FM
6:55pm-7:00pm
  Carmel Alert
a gospel-based wrap of overseas news from the past week
(31st May)

Weekly
AM FM
7:00pm-7:30pm
  The Sunday Evening Sermon
from Pastor Joel Shoaf of the Bay Baptist Church
(31st May)

Weekly
AM FM
8:00pm-10:00pm
  At Close Of Day
Herb Petterson presents gospel music and thoughts to conclude the week with
(31st May)

Weekly
AM FM
10:00pm-10:30pm
R E P E A T
  Citizens Brass
Norma plays a selection of brass-band music
(31st May)

Fortnightly
AM FM
10:30pm-11:00pm
R E P E A T
  Crossroad Connection
from the Crossroad Bible Institute (repeated from the previous Thursday 5pm)
[fortnightly]
(7th Jun)

Weekly
FM
12midn-2:00am
  Late Night In The Attic
Geoff Kemp with the best of late-night music and miscellany
(31st May)


104.7FM (2am-7am): A selection of the best easy-listening country and pop music

1431AM (10:45pm-7am): Great orchestras, great singers, great styles - great music memories from yesteryear

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