Join us from 9am NZ Time on Christmas Day for a special edition of the NZ Retro Weekly Top 40. Counting down the top Christmas songs!
1983 saw Melbourne band Real Life hit the charts with Send Me an Angel. They’re still producing great music and we’ve made their Facebook Page our Website of the Week on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays at midday on The Cheese.
To help make it easier to move to a backup internet provider during outages, we have changed our streaming service to a open DNS service.
If you have previously used a radio directory other than SHOUTCAST or TUNEIN.COM, you will need to bookmark our new Streaming URL.
Please click the Listen Live button to the right and copy/paste the appropriate URL into your player.
… Just facts and fun about the man behind Wham and the successful solo artist. We’ve made George Michael’s Official Website our Website of the Week on The 80s Lunchbox, Monday to Friday at midday on The Cheese.
Oh, bugger. Looks like our internet is down. Internet streaming and requests is currently unavailable.
We’re working to get this back up and running as fast as possible.
Bear with! 😘
Thanks to tye help of Mr Paua Pippi, we are back up and running.
Swiss electro musicians Dieter Meier and Boris Blank formed Yello in 1979, but are best know for their singles Oh Yeah featured in the film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and The Race. Their Official Website is our Website of the Week on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays at midday on The Cheese.
We’ve just heard the sad news of the passing of Mark-Alan-Workman “Felix”.
Mark used to do weekday afternoons (2pm – 6pm Monday to Friday) on The Cheese a few years back.
You can still hear him today, voicing our website promo on air.
You’ll be missed Mark. Thanks for helping make The Cheese sound professional right from the start.
Our sincerest condolences to Mark’s family and friends.
We’re pleased to say we’ve managed to get a temporary version of our internet streams up.
You can now once again listen online via your usual method.
For the moment however, song titles and artists will be unavailable.
We apologise for any inconvenience.
Unfortunately our on air pc has decided to ‘drop it’s trousers’. We recovered it last night, but overnight it has suffered catastrophic failure. Currently we have loss of programming on both FM and Internet.
Cable Television is not affected. It appears our hard drive has failed. It’s likely this will not be fixed until mid next week, unless we can find a replacement