The MOST's Show Schedule
Our community radio’s motto is: “No song played twice.” Why? Because we are an independent station with more than 30 specialty shows run by Taranaki people with their own tastes and styles, playing all sorts of genres.
From smooth groovy tunes to high-tempo beats, to cruisy summer sounds and old-school hip hop. Some of our shows are informal chats among friends, others are professional interviews with business owners and community leaders.
We also support local musicians – New Zealand wide – and pride ourselves in our heavy stock of Kiwi music. Plus we welcome visitors who provide their own music, play song requests, share new music from Spotify, and spin vintage vinyl from our personal collections.
Check out our schedule below to find out when to tune in. Click on a show to learn more. Then get involved and join our specialty Facebook Groups to get regular updates from your favourite programme!
Kaleidoscope brings you new music from around the world – singer songwriters, psychedelic, dream pop, alt-country and much more from Agnes Obel to Zero 7.
Waxing Lyrical features songs with great words, spoken-word poetry and interviews with poets, who read their own work. Often featured songs embrace what’s currently happening in the world.
Each week Radio Without Pictures blends a really eclectic mix of new and vintage alternative music, keeping us up to date with what’s happening in the music scene, in a broad sense.
A 1-hour excursion to wherever the music takes you. It could be a road trip, a mind trip, a trip down memory lane, all over a wide variety of genres while avoiding the mainstream. The Trip is not too demanding a listen, but there is plenty of interesting variety for the listener.
The NZ On Air Under The Mic Show is a chance to interview a Kiwi artist about their musical career and upcoming projects, usually an album or a tour. The show also includes a healthy dose of their music as well.
The Business Hour celebrates business and business people in Taranaki. A feature interview with a business that could be anything from a small local company to the Prime Minister and anything in between.
Most people have a huge capacity for a varied musical diet and are rarely given the respect to ingest a wide range of music by commercial stations. So you might find some dub followed by some folk, afrobeat, whimsical indie, techno – anything that gives Sam the goosebumps.
A classic album played side to side in the spirit of the long play record. Tune in to hear an album played in full – it could be a classic, something obscure or something brand new. Whatever it is, you’ll hear it in full because the Long Play Show is all about the album.
Thursdays 8-9 pm
A specialized programme promoting local Taranaki singers and bands from the 60’s through to the latest new releases.
Music from yesterday, today and tomorrow. The Audio Waste Disposal will try not to play anything twice but the odd favourite does pop up now and then. Out there music that may not be heard unless it’s played on this show.In there, out there, and all around.
Interviews with musicians, bands, listeners. We may focus on a particular band, genre or era, or it could be a mix up. Anything goes, and the guests drive the music.
From local sporting events, competitions, interviews, results and more, Will will be joined by regular contributors and mad sports fans like you and I from right around the province.
Interviews with various guests from community organisations, updates on weekend gigs, and a variety of music as the morning moves along. The perfect way to get your weekend started.
All about food, hospitality, gardening and, of course, music in our beautiful region.
A compendium of jazz, blues, World music and other alternative sounds, from the dawn of the recording industry in the 1920’s until tomorrow.
The Voices show sets out to showcase the singer as a single identity. It may be a singer/songwriter, solo vocalist in a group, crooner, rapper, chanteuse – the list goes on.
Songs connected by different themes every week. The more obscure the connection, the better, as it’s all about variety.
A mixture of black gospel music and devilish music (the blues, songs about sex, drugs, alcohol etc). Nothing from pastie white gospel artists or white Christian acts, as it pales in comparison to African American artists.