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Saanjh Dilan Di

Pal is all about entertainment and brings a wealth of it to a lively two hour show. There’s news and interviews about local and global events. Special entertainments are broadcast for kids and the elderly and lots of music to set the mood for an upbeat weekend.

Samleng Khmer

An independent radio show that has been in production since 1997, Khmer Voice today provides a home for the Cambodian Community in NZ. It is both a reflection of the Khmer community in Auckland and an avenue for new Cambodian migrants. Music mixes with news local and global, interviews, religious topics, settlement topics and issues, with talkback. [64.9.815.8100]

Samut Sari

This Philippine cultural radio show is a lively hour with folk, ethnic and original Filipino music, Philippines news, community bulletins, sports updates, interviews, opinions and discussions seasoned with Filipino showbiz news and cultural highlights.

Say Mê Việt Nam

Say Mê Việt Nam is a celebration of Vietnamese language and culture. Join Lien for a passionate half hour of music and an in-depth exploration of some of the topics dear to her heart, produced at Otago Access Radio Station Oar FM.

See Sara Lanka

See Sara Lanka aims to connect Sri Lankans living here with their homeland through culture, music, arts and current affairs. With special emphasis on young Sri Lankans living in New NZ, the show features regular calls to Sri Lanka and live discussions with people in Sri Lanka. The aim is to introduce Sri Lankan flavour to young and old.

South Africa NZ Live

Saturday nights come alive with the music of South Africa, news of South Africans here and events in South Africa. There are interviews and talkback to keep the community current with everything from weather to entertainments, dedications and cultural discussions, all to the rhythms of old school, jazz, kwaito, sokkie, house, RnB ... Studio live 64.9.815.8100

Susegad Danpaar

Konkani is the language of Goa, Mangalore, Karwar from South of Maharshtra to north of Kerala and is only spoken, rather than written, so radio is the perfect place to keep the language alive in the Kiwi Konkani community. Your hosts, the Good Guys, play a rich selection of old and contemporary Konkani music, talk with local community personalities, present short radio plays, connect with community events and promote the culture and traditions.

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