John Hayes talks to Otaki Ward Councilor, James Cootes
John Hayes talks to Madeleine De Young of the Maoriland Charitable Trust, where the Tech Creative Hub were the recipients of the ' Rising Star' award from the Wellington Airport Regional community awards
John Hayes talks to Gail Hall to get her review on the movie, ' The Good Liar'
John Hayes talks to the newly elected Chair of the Waikanae Community Board, James Westbury
Ron Snowden talks to former All Black/Hurricanes and Lions player, Paul Steinmetz. They touch on a bit of squash and discuss All Black Coaching possibilities
John Hayes talks to the Kapiti representative on the Greater Wellington Regional Council
John Hayes talks to mayor of Hoprowhenua, Bernie Wanden
John Hayes talks to Districtwide COUncillor, Gwynn Compton about the 'Save Kapiti Cheeses petition'
John Hayes talks to Ralph McAlister and his review of 'The Poison WIll Remain' by Fred Vargas
John Hayes talks to Deputy Chair of Paekakariki Community Board, Tina Pope
Ron Snowden talking to Grant Nisbett about Sports! Cricket, Rugby and Basketball here
John Hayes with Kapiti Mayor, K. Gurunathan, aka. "Guru"
Tee talks to The Fishing Chick at the Kapiti Food Fair
John Hayes with Shoreline Cinema reviewer, Peter Edwards, reviewing the movie, 'Knives Out'
John Hayes with Mayor of Horowhenua, Bernie Wanden
John Hayes talks to Jenny Rowan, Chair of the board bringing together the Wainuiwhenua initiative
John Hayes talks to Rotary Club Member, Pam Good
John Hayes with Ralph McAlister, reviewing 2 books, Anne Enright's, "Actress" and Lee Child's, "Blue Moon"
John Hayes talks to Paekakariki Community Board member, Holly Ewens
Ron Snowden talks to Sports Commentator, John McBeth about Bowls, Cricket and Rugby
Ron Snowden talks to Sports Commentator, Grant Nisbett about the stunning test victory over England and the looming All Blacks coaching role
Damian Collins with local basketball legend, Angelo Robinson, mastermind behind Hoop Club, Kapiti
John Hayes talks to Kathy Mitchell on the Horowhenua Taste Trail tomorrow, 23rd Nov
John Hayes talks to the Chair of the Kapiti Coast Chamber of Commerce, Jacinda Thorne
John Hayes talking to the Kapiti representative on the Greater Wellington Regional Council, Penny Gaylor
John Hayes with the Mayor of Horowhenua, Bernie Wanden
John Hayes talks to Craig Smith, the Author of 'The Dinky Donkey'
John Hayes with Ralph McAlister, Book and Show Reviewer reviewing the production about euthanasia, 'Welcome to the Death Cafe
John Hayes with Holley Ewens from the Paekakariki Community Board
Ron Snoiwden talks to John McBeth, Sports Broadcaster on Bowls and Rugby
John Hayes with C hair Papps, Chair of the Otaki Community Board
John Hayes with Kapiti mayor, K. Gurunathan, "Guru"
John Hayes talks with architect, Darren Hunter about the Wellington Road, Paekakariki house he designed. The latest offering by award winning firm Hunter Architecture tears up conventionalism in favour of fluidity, glass and steel and challenges what we expect within four walls.
John Hayes with our Shoreline Movie Reviewer, gail Hall. This week reviewing the movie, After The Wedding
Ron Snowden talks Sport with Grant Nisbett. talking Horse Racing, Cricket and Rugby
John Hayes with the Kapiti representative on the Greater Wellington Regional Council, Penny Gaylor
John Hayes with Bernie Wanden, Mayor of Horowhenua
John Hayes with Ralph McAlister reviewing Jan Bolwells play, 'Welcome To The Death Cafe'
John Hayes talks to Paekakariki Community Board Member, Holly Ewens
John Hayes talks to Mick Wilson of 10CC & Pete Lincoln of Sweet! The FRONTM3N courtesy of Stetson Group starting Sunday, 17th NOvember
John Hayes with Kapiti Mayor, K.Gurunathan, (Guru) about what is going wrong with the district major events after the postponement of Ffflair and the cancellation of Coastella.
Host of Beach FM Kick-Off Sports Breakfast Show host Damian Collins interviews rugby legend and local Kapiti hero Christian Cullen. The Paekakariki Express shares his thoughts on the next NZ rugby coach, the Rugby World Club, the biggest moments of his playing career, his famous baggy jerseys and his view on the live streaming of sports. Kick-Off Sports Breakfast Show on Beach FM, every Saturday morning 7am-10am
Damian Collins has a chat with NZ music legend Jon Toogood ahead of his solo acoustic show at The Waterfront Bar and Kitchen, Raumati, Kapiti Coast this weekend. Rock ‘n’ roll raconteur Jon Toogood unplugs the Marshall stacks and picks up his acoustic guitar for a run of shows across New Zealand, but has time to talk to Beach FM 106.3. The Sat 9 Nov show is sold out, but get the last remaining tickets for Sun 10 Nov - get in quick, but your tickets here https://www.jontoogood.live/
John speaks with the Chief Executive of Neighbourhood Support New Zealand, Tess Casey. Photo credit: NewsHub.
John Hayes speaking with Nathan Guy
John Hayes and Peter Edwards give the Shoreline CInema Review about the movie, 'Last Christmas'
John talks again with Rosie Salas, organizer of Kapiti Arts Trail ahead of the final weekend
Tee with Moko Morris, Sustainable COmmunities Co-Ordinator for the Kapiti Coast District Council to talk about libraries
John talking with Charlotte, who will be married tomorrow after winning a Perfect Little Wedding competition!
John with the Horowhenua Mayor, Bernie Wanden
John Hayes talking with Ralph McAllister about author, Richard Russo
John Hayes with the newly announced Deputy Mayor of the Kapiti Coast District Council
John Hayes talks to Michelle Lovi, the founder of Odyssey Books
John Hayes talks to owner of Big Mac Slabs Creative Centre about what they offer with the Kapiti Arts Trail
John Hayes talks with Kapiti Mayor, K. Gurunathan about the Deputy Mayor and portfolios that councillors will oversee.
John talking to the president of the Horowhenua Grey Power, Terry Hemmingson
John with Jan Dykstra, reviewing the film, 'Ride Like A Girl' at Shoreline Cinema
John talks with lead organiser of the Kapiti Arts Trail, Rosie Salas of the Kapiti Coast District Council.
Our Ron Snowden talks with former All Black Paul Steinmetz about the Rugby World Cup, the disappointing New Zealand semi final against England and the upcoming final.
John Hayes with Penny Gaylor, Kapitis Greater Wellington Regional Rep
John Hayes with Bernie Wanden, the Mayor of Horowhenua
John with Wellington author Ned Barraud about his new book, "Tohora, the southern right whale".
John talks with Ralph McAllister about John Le Carre's latest offering "Agent Running In The Field"
John Hayes with James Cootes, Otaki Ward Councilor
John with Frances Thompson & Karolyn McNicol from Perfect Little Weddings
Brendon Harris has a talk with artists involved in the Lindale Hub for the upcoming Kapiti Arts Trail, Cerid Jones (who is also Hub Manager and instigator of the Lindale Arts Guild) and Theo Arraj.
John with Waikanae Ward Councillor, Jocelyn Prvanov
John with Peter Edwards for the Shoreline CInema Review of the movie, "Jojo Rabbit"
John talks with artist-author Tania Dally who published 'Hoi An: Light and Colour' after she spent June to August 2019 living in Hoi An, Vietnam and working on a series of locally-inspired paintings. View the series here https://www.taniadallyart.co.nz/hoi-an-series And follow her on Facebook @TaniaDallyArt
Ron Snowden talks rugby World Cup with former Hurricane, Lion and All Black, Paul Steinmetz
John with Marion Henderson, artist of the Kapiti Arts Trail about Watercolours
John with the Mayor of Horowhenua, Bernie Wanden
John with Holly Ewens, member of the Paekakariki Community Board
John talks with Chris Papps of the Otaki Community Board about the orientation process for new board members and what's going on in the expanding village of Otaki.
John with Steven Cole or Otaki New World, the Business Of The Year at 2019 Electra Business Awards
John with Jane Santos, Mosaics Artist featuring on the Kapiti Arts Trail
John Hayes with Kapiti Mayor, k. Gurunathan a.k.a "Guru"
Brendon Harris chats with Philip Bugg & Cushla de Groot of the Lindale Artists Guild. The artists will be participating in the upcoming Kapiti Arts Trail.
John Hayes is surprised by the rest of the Beach FM team whil on air on his birthday!!Then talks with the re-elected Paraparaumu-Raumati Community Board member, Guy Burns
John with Peter Edwards, for his review of the film, 'Judy' now playing at Shoreline Cinemas in Waikanae
Ron Snowden and Grant Nisbett, what a combination to talk sport! This is how to get in the know about the Rugby World Cup Quarter Finals this weekend!
Tee with Moko Morris talking about a repair café coming up this weekend in Otaki
John with Penny Gaylor, the re-elected Kapiti representative on the Greater Wellington Regional Council
John Hayes talks with Jacinda Thorn of the Kapiti Coast Chamber of Commerce about the newly elected Kapiti Coast District Council and what the chamber will be looking for from them.
John with Horowhenua Mayor, Bernie Wanden
John with our book and show reviewer, Ralph McAllister, who is reviewing Ian McKellen: The Biography, a bok by Garry O'Çonnor
John with Janet Holborow, our Paekakariki Ward Councilor about her re-election and, of course, that wonderful area on the Kapiti Coast, Paekakariki
John with the newly elected Paekakariki/Raumati Ward Councillor, Sophie Handford, and what her youthful perspective on what she will bring to the Council, in particular, Climate Change
Heartwarming interview John had with Cam Lily and Lisa from the M.A.S.H Trust
John ta;lks with Storm Davenport about her ceramics works and involvement in the Kapiti Arts Trail. Kāpiti Arts Trail: Guide Listing no. 28 Artistic medium: Sculpture, Paintings Storm sculpts and paints from her studio in Paraparaumu Beach. Ceramics: In 2016 I began to work with clay, and taking my work into three dimensional sculptural forms feels like a natural progression. It is important to me to use New Zealand clay for my work, which I fire in my electric kiln in the studio or outside in the Raku gas kiln or drum fire. I enjoy natural effects, movement, and asymmetry. I'm not concerned with perfection: allowing the fire to leave its own markings brings an element of surprise to the piece. Natural pigments such as oxides, iron, and copper interest me. Glaze work is also something I enjoy with the volcanic effects that come from layering reactive glazes. Painting: This year I’m working on a series of textured, almost sculptural forms playing with light and shadow. I welcome visitors to my studio, and enjoying making one-off personal works, accepting several commissions a year. Exhibitions in 2018 included the Odlin Gallery, the Paekākāriki Art Show, the Rick Rudd Ceramic Art Awards, and the Kāpiti Arts Trail.
Beach FM 106.3 talks with re-elected Kapiti Mayor Guru about the election results, the new council, the time it took for the Kapiti election results to come through and the property at 26 Marine Parade, Paraparaumu that council purchased.
John speaks with the newly elected District-Wide Councillor for Kapiti, Gwynn Compton.
Nigel with Outgoing Horowhenua Mayor, Michael Feyen
Breaking News, Nigel with Bernie Wanden moments after being announced as the new Horowhenua Mayor. Candidate Profile - Bernie Wanden My principal place of residence is in the Horowhenua District Council area. It has been a privilege to have been a Councillor this term and to contribute positively to the wellbeing of this District. I have been a committed Councillor and have always made my decisions based on what I believe is in the best interests of our District. There will be a number of challenges and opportunities that we need to face over the next 3 years. It is vital that we are focussed on real issues and that we deliver the best outcomes for this District. I believe that the values and principles that I have accumulated during my business and community involvement, has given me an excellent foundation to continue to serve this community and I want to lead and be part of a Governance team that is willing to work hard and ensure that we live in the realities of today and prepare for the future.
John talks with the outgoing MP for Otaki, Nathan Guy.
Jan Dykstra, Shoreline Movie Review. The movie reviewed today is 'Maiden'
Ron Snowden talks with Grant Nisbett, two sports broadcasting legends talking Rugby World Cup and cricket.
Tee with Moko Morris, the |Kapiti Coast District Council Sustainable Communities co-ordinator about the Food Safety Organisation, Kaibosh, Q and A Friday, 11 Oct, regarding the upcoming Kapiti branch
John talking to Author, Karin Horen about her new book, 'I am More Than Just My Tits - Surviving Breast Cancer'
Shona Moller is an artist taking part in the Kapiti Arts Trail. Shona Moller Gallery Kāpiti Arts Trail: Guide Listing no. 27 Artistic medium: Painting Shona Moller is an established professional artist who has work in collections all around the world. Shona paints with fluid confident strokes of textured oil. 2/3 and 9/10 November 2019. https://www.kapiticoast.govt.nz/whats-on/things-to-do-in-kapiti/kapiti-arts-trail-2019/artist-studios-hubs-galleries/shona-moller-gallery/
John talks to the 'exotic' Ralph about author Abir Murkherjee and his beautifully written work "Death in the East".
John talking with New Zealand author Marion Day about her new book "Passion". ‘Passion’ is the perfect word for author, Marion Day. She is passionate about everything – life, nature, photography, good food. And pulling all this together is her love of writing. A veritable ‘feast’ in seven stunning parts – not only does the book showcase author Marion Day’s life with her partner Steve Podjursky in Clova Bay, a remote area of outstanding natural beauty in the Marlborough Sounds, but it is a story of local history and everyday life, as well as a stunning pictorial journal of this iconic area in all its breathtaking beauty. Come along as Marion shares it with us.
John talks with author Jackie Norman about her new book "My Van, My Castle: Life On The Road in New Zealand". Jackie Norman met her soul mate, sold her suburban home and swapped it for life on the road travelling round NZ in a campervan, despite never having any experience of the lifestyle before. Her aim was to swap a stressful life servicing a crippling mortgage with a more carefree lifestyle, stripped back to essentials, living in the moment and exploring New Zealand. With no schedule and no real goals and after nearly two years on the road Jackie and her husband Gareth have learnt a lot about the highs and lows of a nomadic life. She writes with humour and insight about their adventures on the road and the lessons they’ve learnt along the way with anecdotes, tips, suggestions and favourite spots they’ve been on their travels from the tip of the North Island to Bluff in the South. We learn about the day-to-day reality and challenges of life on the road, top campsites, special spots, how to cope with mozzies and the dreaded condensation, and what the traveller community is really like. An idyllic Utopia, or a modern day Hell? Romantics....or unprepared novices? Did anyone tell them about the Sandflies?
John talks to artist Jaki Marston about her role in the upcoming Kapiti Arts Trail. (Guide Listing no. 23) Artistic medium: Painting, Jewellery, Mixed Media Jaki is currently exploring the theme "Diversity in Unity" through integrated montages and semi-abstract pieces. She enjoys exploring texture and colour and works in an organic way, seeing where each painting or idea will take her next. Her pieces are vibrant and joyful often depicting water, nature and spiritual ideas as an expression of diversity in unity. Jaki also designs and makes copper and polymer clay jewellery. 2/3 and 9/10 November 2019. www.kapiticoast.govt.nz/whats-on/things-to-do-in-kapiti/kapiti-arts-trail-2019/artist-studios-hubs-galleries/jaki-marston/
Nigel and Warwick Halcrow & Kapiti Mayor, Guru at the Paraparaumu Beach Saturday Market, first at the new location on Maclean Street
Nigel interviews author Andrea Lo Vatere about a book he co-wrote entitled "The Camping Cookbook" The Camping Cookbook is a unique compilation of superb recipes and practical advice designed for anyone who doesn't want to give up the pleasures of eating well while camping.Each recipe is specially adapted for camping and tramping. The recipes are presented in easy-to-follow steps which will appeal to both beginners and more advanced level cooks. All the recipes are designed for the practicalities of camping life, with weight, space and time limitations in mind. However, they are also ideal for cooking at home. Who wouldn't love a fresh and delicious pizza made quickly using only one pan? As well as being of direct interest to campers, it is a beautiful gift for any food or camping lover.
Nathan Guy talks to Nigel about the future of Fonterra after the announcement that they will close their Kapiti operation.
Peter Edwards with his review of the movie 'The Goldfinch'
The Eco SHow with Tee and Moko talking about Product Stewardship
Peter Edwards with Nigel for his Shoreline Cinema review of 'The Farewell'
Tee with one of the hidden talents here on the coast, live in studio
Moko with Tee on The Beach FM Eco Show talking about Food Rescue
Ralph McAllister reviews Circa's show 'The Pink Hammer' and 'Whatever It Takes' by Paul Cleave.
Christine Papps talks with Nigel about the final Otaki Community Board meeting for this tri-ennium, and achievements of the community board, including restrooms at the estuary, Tennis Courts at Haruatai Park and Dog Walking Park
Jocelyn Prvanov talking to Nigel on the last Waikanae Community Board Meeting tonight for this tri-ennium. Issues raised include Mahara Gallery Project, Waikanae Trans-power Project, Transport, Police Activity at Mahara Place and skateboarding at Mahara Mall.
Jonny Best explains that there has been one objection to the Paraparaumu Beach market relocating to Maclean Street.
Moko talks bees with Tee.
Ralph reviews "Bruny" by Heather Rose - the explosive new novel from the author of the award-winning The Museum of Modern Love. And "The Girl Who Lived Twice" by David Lagercrantz, the sixth Lisbeth Salander story–the crime-fiction phenomenon that has sold more than 90 million copies worldwide.
Nigel talks with actor Anne Chamberlain about the new Circa production "The Pink Hammer" - when four strangers turn up for their first lesson for the The Pink Hammer Workshop, they soon discover their tutor has disappeared – along with their pre-paid fees. https://www.circa.co.nz/package/the-pink-hammer/ (Pictured Ginette McDonald)
How are things shaping up for the local body elections? And why did the district council host the Minister for Building recently?
What should you do in an emergency on the Kapiti Coast and Horowhenua? And what is an Emergency Community Hub?
What's going on with the train and bus services? And can whitebaiters drive on the beach?
Is Horowhenua getting its fair share of the Provincial Growth Fund?
The popularity of Paekakariki and local housing issues.
What are some of the changes to car parking rules and leaving 'for sale' cars on the side of the road?
Who will take over from Nathan Guy as the National Party's agricultural spokesperson? And what he does think of developments at Fonterra?
What's the latest on the Waikanae Library review report?