Sunday, 26th February 2017

00:00
Southern Attractions

Show highlighting local tourism activities.

06:00
EWTN Bookmark

Each week, host Doug Keck and a special guest review and discuss a new religious book.

06:30
Chaplet of Divine Mercy

The Chaplet of the Divine Mercy is a Roman Catholic devotion based on the visions of Jesus reported by Saint Mary Faustina Kowalska (1905-1938), known as the Apostle of Mercy.

07:00
Papal Audience

Host - Pope Benedict XVI, The Holy Fathers weekly Wednesday audience.

08:00
Daily Mass

OLAM daily mass.

09:00
Joy of Music

Each episode brings you different religious music from around the world.

09:30
Vaticano

Each week, Vaticano presents the latest news from the Vatican with excerpts and analysis of the Popes recent audiences and writings, newsmaker interviews, highlights of recent events, and feature segments a all from the heart of the Universal Church.

10:00
Voice of Islam

Religious show that focuses on focus the Islamic faith/way of life.

11:00
My God

My God is a 10-episode series exploring and celebrating New Zealand's rich spiritual diversity. During each half-hour programme presenter, Chris Nichol speaks with a different guest about their personal spirituality and how it helps shape their everyday

11:30
Faith Matters

What people build on, what gives them support and the values they hold: For many people this is a question of faith.

12:00
In Focus

In Focus presents documentaries and feature reports from Germany and all over the world, with comprehensively researched backgrounds, exciting stories from business, science, culture, nature, current events, lifestyle and sports.

12:30
The Hamilton Live

Through the door and down the stairs, The Hamilton Live brings the audience along to a state-of-the-art music club, hidden just blocks from the White House in Washington, D.C. Join us for intimate performances with musicians from every genre

13:00
Gillions Rub of the Green

Gillions Funeral Services proudly bring you lawn bowls from Otago. This week: Anderson's Bay vs Leith men's Singles. This episode repeats Saturday's permiere screening.

14:30
Southern Attractions

Show highlighting local tourism activities.

16:00
Horse Tales

Documentaries about one of man's greatest friends - The Horse. This week: Polo horses

16:30
Behind Bowel Cancer

We talk to specialists, volunteers and researchers about the symptoms, treatments and effects of NZs no. 2 killer - Bowel Cancer.

17:00
Otago Museum Diary

Hosted by Dougal Stevenson. A rare look at the unique relics and exhibitions on display by the Otago Museum.

17:30
Southern Newsweek

A round up of the week's news presented by Hollie Buchanan

18:00
Southern Attractions

Show highlighting local tourism activities.

19:00
Dunedin - City of Literature Part One

A documentary series exploring Dunedin's literary history. This week: How Dunedin became a UNESCO City of Literature. Plus poetry from three Dunedin poets.

19:30
NZ Railscene

This series covers recent activities of rail operation in New Zealand including KiwiRail, Tranz Scenic passenger, heritage steam and diesel-electric hauled mainline excursions, locomotive restoration

20:30
Craft Beer Crusaders

Proudly brought to you by Dunedin Malt House. Two guys are on a quest to find the greatest craft beer in the world. This episode repeats Tuesdays screening.

21:00
Maniac

Classic Horror: An ex-vaudeville actor gifted at impersonation assists a mad scientist to reanimate corpses and soon goes mad himself.

21:55
Women's Refuge

We go behind closed doors to shed some light on the city's domestic violence issues.

22:30
Dark Carnival

Dark Carnival is an award-winning short-film show.

23:00
Journeys In Time

Journeys in Time hears from the archaeologists, the anthropologists and the historians who have extended the boundaries of what we know about our own past and our planetas history.

23:30
Focus on Europe

What drives people in Europe a politically, socially and culturally? How do Europeans lead their lives? What are their hopes and fears? Focus on Europe a Spotlight on People provides the answers.