The weekly Lesbian Radio Show is broadcast on Sundays, 10 - 11 am, on Wellington
Access Radio 106.1 FM. Or listen to the live broadcast of the
programme online on Sunday mornings - go to the Access Radio website and click on the listen
Note: you need to have Adobe Flash installed on your computer to listen live.
Notices for the broadcasting on the programme should be sent to email@example.com
Check out the Programme's facebook page Wellington-Lesbian-Radio for the latest updates from programme presenters.
The most recent programmes are available on the Access Radio Lesbian Community page. Each Sunday's programme can generally be downloaded within a day of broadcasting. Here is the lEatest programmes available - click the link to play:
- 17 Feb: Creek & Emmie - musicians who wanna look like us
- 10 Feb: Prue
- 3 Feb: Sue interviewing Freya Harrison on her work on how binge drinking might cause strokes
- 27 Jan: Sue & Fiona
- 20 Jan: Marg interviewing climate activist Tor
- 13 Jan: Prue
- 6 Jan: Esme - on LGBTQI and gender diverse refugees in Australia
- 30 Dec: Linda - music music music
History and philosophy
The Wellington Community Lesbian Radio programme has been running weekly for well over 30 years and continues to provide lively and varied coverage of lesbian (and broader lgbtqipaf…) news, politics, activities, music etc. It focuses on Wellington region activities, but also covers nationwide and international news. Brought to us all through the generosity of the Armstrong & Arthur Charitable Trust for Lesbians, which contibutes towards our weekly broadcast fee, it has a large collective of presenters and technicians of various ages and interests. We broadcast, almost always live, from the Access Radio studio, level 1, 35/37 Ghuznee Street, Wellington).
The programme is aimed at a full diversity of lesbians/gay women/queer women/Takatāpui women/non-binary folks etc. It is also listened to by many others who enjoy the music and news on the programme. Each week we advertise community events and play music. The rest is up to each presenter - Aotearoa and worldwide news of interest to lesbians, lgbtqipaf… and general political news and comment, interviews about past or future cultural and sports events (dances, film festivals, art shows, International Lesbian Day, Gay Games, bars, books at the lesbian library etc) provide a diverse range of topics.
There is an interview with Prue about the programme and its history on PrideNZ.com.
Lesbian Radio recruits ...
The Lesbian Radio collective welcomes new volunteers and would love some younger lesbians, a variety of ethnicities and diversity as long as you recognize we are Lesbian radio funded by a Charitable Trust for Lesbians - email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested - full training will be given.
Speak Out on Access Radio
Speak Out brings news, music, stories, and media from rainbow communities in New Zealand to air! The show is run by a group of young people who volunteer with InsideOUT, a Wellington-based national organisation that works to make schools and communities across Aotearoa safer for youth with diverse sexualities, sexes and genders.
Speak Out is broadcast fortnightly on Wednesdays at 6pm - listen live on 106.1 FM or go to the Access Radio website and click on the listen live button. Podcasts of earlier programmes are available from the Speak Out page.
Overseas lesbian podcasts
- Radio DIVA - interviews, from DIVA magazine in London
- Dykes on Mykes (Brisbane)
- Dykes on Mykes (Montréal)
- My Lesbian Radio
- The Wet Spot (Joy FM - see below)
- Rubyfruit Radio
Joy 94.9 Melbourne
Joy 94.9 is a queer radio station in Melbourne that broadcasts around the clock. Podcasts, live streaming and transcripts are available.