Non-Podcast Programmes

Here is a list of our programmes that we do not podcast:

  • Crave Rave
  • Old Folks at Home
  • Country Express
  • Friday Night Live
  • Sounds Easy

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The Crave Rave Breakfast broadcasts every weekday morning from 7-9am with host Jake Topi. Replays are on from 12-6am Saturday mornings, and 12-4am Sunday mornings. It’s a modern, cool & hip way to start the day or end your night with a cool mix of electronic, dance & hip-hop music, accompanied with loads of attitude!

Here’s a link to the Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/craveravebreakfast/

 

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Old Folks At Home
Sit back, relax and reminisce with Peter Miller as he plays all your old-time favourites. He welcomes your requests and dedications, which can be sent to the station. Old Folks At Home plays on Tuesdays from 3-5pm and replays on Sundays 7-9pm.

 

Country Express with Noel Parry
The second longest running show on Radio Southland is Country Express, hosted by Noel Parry for nearly 12 years. Noel plays a real mix of traditional country, yodeling, bluegrass and country rock and has a loyal legion of dedicated country music followers in Southland, across New Zealand and also (thanks to live streaming) across the world. Country Express airs Wednesdays from 2.30-5.30pm.

 

Friday Night Live
If you want to get yourself set-up for a good Friday night out – or you’d just rather stay in and have a party at home, then check out Friday Night Live with Joshie Pask. He’s studied radio and now he wants to try and break some of the rules with some ‘out there’ humor and the latest party-time sounds. Keep an ear out for some of Joshie’s own special mixes too – he’s quite the DJ. Friday Night Live with Joshie Pask, 7 – 9pm on Friday nights (funnily enough).

 

Sounds Easy with Peter Richardson
For a pleasant start to your Saturday morning Radio Southland suggests tuning into what is now our longest running live broadcast – Sounds Easy. Hosted by Peter Richardson, this is a wonderful mix of music from yesteryear, from motion picture musicals to light and lyrical classical music to classic radio comedy skits to help ease you into your weekend. Now into his twentieth year of producing Sounds Easy, Peter says he still thoroughly enjoys the experience of presenting his early morning programme. Sounds Easy airs on Saturdays from 7.30-10.30am.

 

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