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PROGRAMMES SCHEDULE: October 2014 onwards

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M O N D A Y S

6:05am-7:00am

The Gary Jackson Show

bringing you all the hits from the 50s through to the 80s

7:05am-9:00am

Big Daddy's Breakfast

Did-you-know?s, plus all the hits from way back then

9:05am-9:10am

A Political Perspective

with Craig Foss, local National MP (Tukituki)

9:30am-10:00am

Rotary Wheels

monthly : 1st Mon (3rd Nov)

9:30am-10:00am

HB Scientists On Air

monthly : 2nd Mon (10th Nov)

9:30am-10:00am

HB Poetry Live

monthly : 3rd Mon (17th Nov)

9:30am-10:00am

Acupuncture On Air

monthly : 4th Mon, with Heiko Lade (27th Oct)

10:05am-10:30am

The Rock N Rhythm Revue

10:30am-11:00am

Kitchen Spies

In the kitchen again, with him and her

11:05am-12noon

Sounds Of The Seventies

Gary Jackson plays the best of the 70s decade

12:30pm-1:00pm (P)

A Woman's World

Heretaunga Women's Centre : fortnightly (3rd & 17th Nov)

1:05pm-1:30pm

Hastings Lions On Air

monthly : 4th Mon (27th Oct)

2:05pm-3:00pm

Theatre Themes

Music from the shows, brought to us by Theatre HB

5:05pm-5:30pm (P)

World Music

with Trent

6:00pm-7:00pm

DJ Static's Smooth Grooves

An hour of the greatest latest music

7:00pm-7:30pm (P)

Earth Gardens

monthly, on 2nd Monday (10th Nov)

7:00pm-7:30pm (P)

Collaborative Voices

monthly, on 4th Monday

8:00pm-9:00pm (P)

Monday Miscellany

Christian news/views/music, with Margaret

9:00pm-10:00pm (P)

Folk On Sunday

repeat of yesterday's programme

10:00pm-12midn

Stuck In The Psychedelic Era

'Hermit' (Steve Webb) trips back to heady musical days


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

6:05am-7:00am (P)

Relics And Rarities

with Dave The Rave

7:05am-9:00am

Big Daddy's Breakfast

Did-you-know?s, plus all the hits from way back then

9:05am-9:10am

A Political Perspective

with Stuart Nash, local Labour MP (Napier)

9:10am-9:35am

Barry's Mystery Mix

from Beethoven to the Beatles .....

10:05am-10:30am (P)

Love That Job

fortnightly: interesting people & occupations (4th & 18th Nov)

11:05am-11:30am

When I'm 84

Heretaunga Seniors : monthly, on 3rd Tue (18th Nov)

11:30am-12noon (P)

Popular Classics

hosted by Fred Twyford

12:05pm-12:30pm

Environment Centre On Air

fortnightly (4th & 18th Nov)

12:30pm-1:00pm

HB Cancer Society

monthly: 2nd Tuesday (11th Nov)

12:30pm-1:00pm

Napier Family Centre

monthly, on 3rd Tuesday (18th Nov)

1:05pm-2:00pm

The Chris Walker Jazz Hour

a taste of all sorts of music from the Jazz spectrum

2:05pm-3:00pm

Mike Parish's Music Express

The best of the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s

3:05pm-4:00pm

The Pirate Years

Paul Peters plays music from the Pirate Radio era

5:05pm-6:00pm (P)

Monday Miscellany

repeat of yesterday evening's programme

6:00pm-7:00pm

Riverbend Bible Church

The Gift Of Life Gospel Hour (repeated from previous Sun)

8:00pm-9:00pm

Home Grown

shows made by local young broadcasters

9:00pm-10:00pm

Revisiting The Sixties

Geoff Dorsett plays solid-gold classics from the 1960s

10:00pm-12midn

Totally Kiwi Tuesday

Gray plays two hours of the best NZ music

12midn-1:00am

Brit Rock

Dominic Forbes presents a syndicated UK music show

1:00am-2:00am

Deep Threes

Jazz-Rock-Electronica-Soundtracks and digitally much more


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

6:05am-7:00am

The Fabulous Fifties

Paul Peters plays great music from the 1950-1959 decade

7:05am-9:00am

Big Daddy's Breakfast

Did-you-know?s, plus all the hits from way back then

10:05am-11:00am

M V Golden Kiwis

all your favourite Kiwi hits, with Margaret & Vyron

11:05am-12noon

Power Anthems

Ballads and rock tracks from the 60s-70s-80s

12:30pm-1.00pm (P)

Heritage Trails

with Megan Williams : monthly, on 1st Wednesday (5th Nov)

12:30pm-1:00pm

The Spirit Seeker

monthly, 3rd Wednesday (19th Nov)

12:30pm-1:00pm

Brain Injury Association HB

monthly, 4th Wednesday (22nd Oct)

1:05pm-4:00pm (P)

Margaret's Musical Moments

Easy-listening music for your Wednesday afternoon

4:05pm-4:30pm

The Te Awa School Radio Show

all their own work : fortnightly (1st,15th,29th Oct)

4:05pm-4:30pm

Ebbett Park School Radio Show

all their own work : fortnightly (8th & 22nd Oct)

4:30pm-5:00pm

Old 45s

with Big Daddy

5:05pm-5:30pm

The Brent Or Kiel Show

Brent or Kiel play their choice of music

5:30pm-6:00pm

Jessica's Jukebox

Memorable hits recalled

6:00pm-6:30pm

Scott's Favourites

Scott plays music you will remember

6:30pm-7:00pm

Radio Active

Real people at Mosaic

7:00pm-7:30pm

The Kenny Campbell Music Show

Kenny is here with drive-time hits (8th & 22nd Oct)

7:00pm-7:30pm

The Henry Nancarrow Show

Henry plays his favourite hits (1st,15th,29th Oct)

7:30pm-8:00pm

He Waiata Ma Te Whanau

traditional waiata you can learn and sing along with

8:00pm-10:00pm

The Country We Love

with Herb

10:00pm-11:00pm

Jazz On Repeat

repeating the latest Tuesday afternoon Jazz show


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

04:00am-7:00am

Memory Lane

Big Bob plays 50s-60s-70s hits, plus one-hit-wonders

7:05am-9:00am

Big Daddy's Breakfast

Did-you-know?s, plus all the hits from way back then

9:05am-10:00am

Kick Up The 80s

The best of the decade, with Geoff Dorsett

10:05am-10:30am

The Sea Week Team

National Aquarium news : monthly, 1st Thu (6th Nov)

10:05am-10:30am

Unions On Air

monthly, on 2nd Thursday (13th Nov)

11:05am-11:30am

Women's Refuge

monthly : 3rd Thursday (20th Nov)

11:05am-11:30am

Foot Bliss

monthly, 4th Thursday, with Maree Gifkins (23rd Oct)

11:30am-12noon

Volunteering Matters

with Renata Lehmann : monthly, 4th Thurs (23rd Oct)

12:05pm-12:30pm (P)

Family Matters

with Presbyterian Support: mthly, 2nd Thursday (13th Nov)

12:05pm-5:00pm

Blues On Thursday

an eclectic musical mixture of anything/everything bluesy

5:05pm-5:20pm (P)

Crossroad Connection

fortnightly, from Crossroad Bible Institute (9th & 23rd Oct)

5:05pm-5:30pm

Reformed Church

fortnightly, with Harry (2nd,16th,30th Oct)

5:30pm-6:00pm

Information 4 Disability

monthly, on 3rd Thursday (20th Nov)

5:30pm-6:00pm

The DRC Show

monthly, on 4th Thursday (23rd Oct)

7:30pm-8:00pm

Library Live!

monthly, 2nd Thursday (13th Nov)

8:00pm-11:00pm FM

The Direct UK Chart Show

Josh Ellis brings us the very latest Top-Of-The-Pops

11:00pm-12midn FM

Te Puutake

Maori & Pacific youth music and news show


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

6:05am-9:00am (P)

Big Daddy's Breakfast

Did-you-know?s, plus all the hits from way back then

9:05am-9:10am

A Political Perspective

with Julie Anne Genter (Green Party)

9:10am-12noon (P)

Swing and Sway with Morris J

Swing and dance music of the 1930's and 1940's

12:05pm-12:30pm

Dishing Up Art

Hastings City Art Gallery: mthly, 2nd Fri (14th Nov)

12:30pm-1:00pm

Age Concern On Air

fortnightly (10th & 24th Oct)

1:05pm-1:30pm

Patrick's Pleasure

real-estate information and music, from Property Brokers

1:30pm-2:00pm

The Dog Show On Air

monthly : 2nd Friday (14th Nov)

1:30pm-2:00pm

Life Unlimited Hearing On Air

monthly : 4th Friday (starts 24th Oct)

2:05pm-3:00pm

M V Golden Kiwis

a repeat of an earlier Wednesday morning programme

3:05pm-8:00pm

Pick'n'Mix Kiwi

a random selection from a library of thousands of NZ tracks

4:05pm-4:30pm (P)

Starry Nights

with Gary Sparks: monthly, 1st Friday (7th Nov)

4:05pm-4:30pm (P)

Multiple Sclerosis Society

monthly, on 3rd Friday (21st Nov)

7:00pm-7:15pm (P)

The Week In Parliament

(Repeated also at 11:40am Sat and 12:05pm Sun)

8:00pm-11:00pm FM

Samoana 104.7FM

Tuisalega presents news/music for our Samoan community


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

7:00am-8:00am

Early Bird Gospel

Thoughts/music from the Seventh-Day Adventist church

8:00am-9:00am

The Swinging Sixties

Paul Peters plays great music from the 1960-1969 decade

9:00am-12noon (P)

Saturday Smorgasbord

see NoticeBoard page for this week's schedule

* * *

Broadcasters' Choices

Two or three 30min music shows during the morning

(10:30am) (P)

Violet Rose's Monthly Garden News

Weekly topical tips and suggestions for gardeners

* * *

Mayoral Voices (Hastings)

repeating this week's broadcast from Mayor Yule

* * *

A Political Perspective

any/all of Craig Foss / Stuart Nash / Julie Anne Genter

* * *

On The Beat

latest news and views from the Community Constable

* * *

Mayoral Voices (Napier)

repeating this week's broadcast from Mayor Dalton

* * *

Pets On Parade

latest news and views from the SPCA

* * *

The Week In Parliament

a repeat of the programme broadcast 5:15pm Friday

12noon-6:00pm (P)

Double-Take

see NoticeBoard page (11th,18th,25th Oct)

7:30pm-8:00pm FM

Hawke's Bay Church Of Christ

[in Samoan]

8:00pm-11:00pm FM

Samoana 104.7FM

Tuisalega presents news/music for our Samoan community

8:00pm-8:30pm AM

Citizens Brass

Norma plays a selection of brass-band music

8:30-9:00pm (P) AM

Soft Lights And Sweet Music

Geoff plays 20s&30s music from the dance band era

9:00pm-12mdn (P) AM

Swing and Sway with Morris J

repeat of a recent Friday morning programme

12midn-1:00amSun FM

Kidnappers Ceilidh

Mitch Park presents his favourite ceilidh music


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

7:00am-8:00am

Early Bird Gospel

Thoughts/music from the Seventh-Day Adventist church

8:00am-9:00am

Kidnappers Kidz

weekly stories and music for the younger at heart

9:00am-10:00am

Bluegrass Gospel

an hour of great country gospel music

10:00am-12noon

Alan's Kiwi Country Music Show

fortnightly (2nd,16th,30th Nov)

10:00am-12noon

Sunday Country

fortnightly, with Herb (12th & 26th Oct)

12noon-12:05pm

Riverbend Bible Church

Devotions - a thought or two for Sunday

12:05pm-12:20pm (P)

The Week In Parliament

a repeat of the programme broadcast 5:15pm Friday

12:30pm-1:00pm

Songs For Sunday

with Margaret Burgess

1:00pm-1:30pm

Reformed Church

fortnightly, with Harry (12th & 26th Oct)

2:00pm-3:00pm

Theatre Themes

Music from the shows, brought to us by Theatre HB (repeat)

3:00pm-4:00pm (P)

Folk on Sunday

with Mitch & Robyn Park

4:00pm-5:00pm

Riverbend Bible Church

The Gift Of Life Gospel Hour

5:00pm-6:00pm (P)

Salut!

HB French Assn : monthly, 2nd Sun (9th Nov)

5:30pm-6:00pm

Ivan Dingle's Jingles

with Ivan : monthly, 3rd Sun (16th Nov)

6:00pm-6:30pm

Songs For Sunday

a repeat of the programme broadcast earlier today

6:30pm-6:55pm

Riverbend Bible Church

Hymns For Sunday

6:55pm-7:00pm

Carmel Alert

a gospel-based wrap of overseas news from the past week

8:00pm-10:00pm

At Close Of Day

with HerbP

10:00pm-10:30pm

Citizens Brass

Norma plays a selection of brass-band music

10:30-10:45pm (P)

Crossroad Connection

fortnightly, from Crossroad Bible Institute (12th & 26th Oct)

11:00pm-12midn FM

Israel At War

looking at the Holocaust (five programmes)

12midn-2:00amMon FM

Late Night In The Attic

Geoff Kemp with the best of late-night music and miscellany


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

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



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