Every week, the team at Amuse-Gueule greets you with news and events from French-speaking countries, from within New Zealand, and from around the world. Listen for reports on cultural and sporting events, history, stories and laugh-out-loud lightheartedness. Amuse-Gueule is the weekly rendezvous for Auckland's Francophones and Francophiles alike! Phone the show on [09. 815.8100]
An outreach of the Pacific Islands Health and Welfare project under the auspices of the Auckland Health Board, Cook Islands Health is the half hour each week that keeps you in touch with health news, with interviews, information, community updates. Listen to this week's show and check the archive for other important topics.
The Dalmatian Cultural Society has been on air since 1994 with a radio outreach to the old and new Dalmatian community in NZ. We present Society news and explore the achievements of Kiwis of Dalmatian descent. The music selected from around the former Yugoslavia is both nostalgic and modern.
The Fijian New Methodist Christian Fellowship reaches out to the community to spread the Gospel with music and devotions. With a special focus for young people the programme seeks to bring hope, to encourage and empower people through spreading the word of God through the gospels.
Every aspect of the Christian Greek Orthodox Church is explored in this 30 minute show rich in church music, the lives of the saints, bible study, homilies, conversations and worship. This is your chance to discover the Greek traditions of Christianity and connect with the local Greek Orthodox community.
Ireland seems closer every week with Oliver Lee presenting current events and sports news. Featuring a wide range of Irish music and the occasional guest, including visiting Irish performers, politicians, sports and business people. A weekly Irish hour since 1990.
This is the weekly health check for Fijians. The 30 minute show covers healthy diet and physical exercise, discusses information about common diseases such as diabetes, asthma, heart health, high blood pressure, cold, flu and preventions. And there's a healthy dose of popular Fijian music.
Radio Akwaaba is a programme targeted to the Ghanaian Community and all those who are interested in Ghana or African culture. It brings News, current affairs and sports reporting from Ghana along with music and entertainment. Radio Akwaaba is the forum to discuss current issues and those that affect our community in New Zealand, in our language. Studio [64.9 815.8100]
Every weekday lunchtime Radio Buddhist presents discourses on Buddhism in Cantonese and Mandarin and on Fridays, in English (select English from languages). On Thursdays you can discuss Buddhist topics with Man Chung and Julie [Talkback 64.9 815.8100]
It' a miscellany and a medley of the Jewish community for 30 minutes every week. The Auckland Jewish community is reflected in discussion and interviews, devotion, events and festivals, skits, plays and a monthly music special, which airs a potpourri of Israeli singers and song writers.
This 60 minute show presents news from Romania and from the Romanian community living in Auckland. The show introduces local and touring personalities, arts and sports news and children’s segments, shares humour and favourite Romanian music and takes live calls from listeners.  09 815.8100
Each week Rostirea Ortodoxa builds cultural bridges for Romanians in N.Z. under the auspices of the Romanian Orthodox Church. The programme celebrates Romanian national events, talks with local Romanian personalities and presents stories for children, music, poems, community and church news, religious services, secular and sacred music.
Te Ama Pasefika Health is promoting the well-being of Pacific people. Each week you’ll hear interviews with studio guests giving advice on health, education, employment and other support services that encourage wellness and foster healthy, happy lives for Pasefika people in New Zealand.
Everything that may be of interest to Vanuatuans living away from home features on Blo Ni Van. Favourite music, news of the community here and internationally, sports reports and interviews feature along with devotional time. A first for the Pacific region, this show is a great chance to hear the voice of Vanuatu.