WWEA Podcasts now on Podbean

The WWEA community radio show Educating for Social Change is now available on Podbean. You can access episodes using the links below. Educating for Social is produced by Wellington Workers Educational Association with support from Access Radio and New Zealand on Air.

The show, entitled Educating for Social Change, is aired on Wellington Access Radio 106.1FM every Sunday from 4-5pm. Produced by Victoria Quade and John Anderson the programme provides a working-class view of current events, while simultaneously training working people in radio production.


Megan Jones talks about making Six Angry Women Educating for Social Change

Victoria Quade talks to documentary filmmaker Megan Jones about making Six Angry Women, a film about a controversial moment in New Zealand's recent history. Deals with the issue of rape. | Watching Six Angry Women you can "Revisit the events of 1984, when six female vigilantes kidnapped an Auckland University lecturer and assaulted him in a violent political action, triggering debates about gender politics that divided New Zealand and led to social change. Made with the support of NZ On Air" From https://www.tvnz.co.nz/shows/six-angry-women/episodes Tune in to the WEA show, Educating for Social Change at 7pm Sunday 14 March on Wellington Access Radio 106.1FM or the podcast on www.wellingtonwea.org.nz  
  1. Megan Jones talks about making Six Angry Women
  2. Interview with with the director of the film Capital in the 21st Century
  3. Victoria interviews Jill Oakley and Simon Bowden from the upcoming Whenua Ūkaipō Connectedness exhibition
  4. Hidden Histories – Arts and Disability (Part 6)
  5. No more pokies in Wellington -Tina McIvor from the Problem Gambling Foundation