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Radio Station Time

Most days we play contemporary music interspersed with information about community organisations and events, tourism information, promotion of local businesses and special announcements. We also feature specialised, syndicated shows about specific music genres and interests - some of which can also be heard on-demand here. Note that some shows may start a few minutes late due to scheduled programming.

For more information on our syndicated show presenters and their respective websites, click here.

Please note that days and times shown below are in New Zealand time (currently GMT+12). 

Some shows may not air when presenters are taking a break, eg. over Christmas and New Year.


Every night between 12 midnight and 3am - Sleep Radio - Music to help you relax and sleep



11am to 11.15am – Te Aroha Business of the Week.

6pm to 7pm - The Eurovision Show with Simon Harding. Eurovision past and present.

8pm to 11pm - Charting in the USA with Chuck Shorter. The USA’s top 30, past and present.


2pm to 2.15pm – Te Aroha Business of the Week (repeat).

6pm to 7pm – That 70’s Sound with Dave Edwards – The very best music from the 1970s.

7.30pm to 9.30pm - Guilty Pleasure 45s with Neil Greaves. A unique blend of classic 45s.

10pm to midnight  - The Red Thread Radio Show with Tim Cooper – every song connects.


9am to 10am - Lou's Moods with Louise Keenan (80s music) - repeat from Sunday.

4pm to 4.15pm – Te Aroha Business of the Week (repeat).

6.30pm to 7.30pm – Showcase Australia with Connie Kis Andersen (country music).

8pm to 9pm - The Country Mile with Dave Watkins (country music).

9.30pm to 11.30pm – The Old Record Club with Steve Bishop (oldies but goodies).


5.30pm to 7.30pm – Soul Vaults with David Southway (Soul music from the 50s, 60s & 70s).

7.45pm to 8.45pm – The Time Tunnel with Malwyn Williams.

9pm to 11pm - The World Mix Radio Show with Rupert Palmer.


8am to 8.05am – Grumpy Old Man.

9am to 1.10pm – The Classic Party Show with Johny C.

4.45pm to 5.45pm – Somewhere In Time with Jeff Hyman.

6pm to 9pm - The Classic Jazz Playlist with Ted Allison.

9pm to 10pm – Just Jazz with Steve Hart.

10pm to 11pm - African Vibes with Michelle Makoni.


10am to 1.30pm - The NZ Retro Top 40 Countdown with Rob Walker.

2pm to 3pm - Digital Blues with Ashwyn Smyth.

4pm to 5pm – Blast from the 90s with Gary Hopkins.

5pm to 6pm – Blast from the 00s with Gary Hopkins.      

6.30pm to 8.30pm – The Dance Party Weekly with Lee Everest (dance music).

9pm to 11pm – Weekend Anthems with Simon Marshall (dance music).

11pm to midnight – The Lynda Law Radio Show (dance / soul music).



6.30am to 7.30am – Shipwreck Sunday with Captain Festus McBoyle & Chalkie the Cat.

7.30am to 8.20am – Suzy and Friends (Suzy Cato entertains children).

9am to 10am – Mountain View Church, Te Aroha. Great Christian music and sermons.

10.15am to 10.45am – At the Table with Gail Hall – Recipes and cooking tips galore!

 11am to noon – Lou’s Mood (80s music) with Te Aroha’s own, Louise Keenan.

 2pm to 4pm – The Greatest Hits of Music with James Ross.

 5pm to 7pm - The Reggae Show with Chris Dunn (the very best of Reggae music).

 7.30pm to 8.30pm – A Breath of Fresh Air with Sandy Kaye (Great music and interviews).

 9pm to 11pm – Love from Tony with Tony Lloyd (snuggle up for love songs).

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