Welcome to Botany Radio
Botany Radio 107.1FM broadcasts throughout the East of Auckland. Manukau, Flat Bush, Otara, Botany, Dannemora, Greater East Tamaki and the south of Howick. For a small low power station its broadcasting range is suprisingly wide. Adjustments are continuing to be made that will improve our signal, some recent tweaks have already done just that.Our station can also be heard over the internet by way of the tune-in radio app for smart phones and the world wide web via our web site. Just click the "listen live " link
More volunteers are required to man the station so if this is your bag either in front of the mic spinning the music (actually we don't spin much these days, it's mostly PC or CD driven) or in the technical area, then drop us a line to firstname.lastname@example.org . Give us some details and we will talk to you.
TELL US about your favourite song and we'll play it for you
Born out of the ashes of Botany FM. Botany Radio 107.1 FM broadcasts out of new, modern studios at Botany Junction. The station is indebted to Broadway Property Group for their support.
Funded and managed under the stewardship of the Howick Village Association and the Howick Local board, Botany Radio 107.1 is a sister station, in every sense of the word, to the very successful Howick Village Radio.
Run and staffed by a committed bunch of volunteers, the station broadcasts a wide range of music,entertainment and special interest programs. Our music is loosley based around the 60's and 70's but we do play songs from earlier and later years along with special programmes from important times in music history.With news and sport on the hour and a strong focus on community issues, it is hoped that the station will become the go to place and a sounding board for issues in the East Auckland community.
The multi cultural mix of the area will be reflected in the sound of the station and with a potential catchment area of over 100,000 people and businesses, Botany Radio 107.1 will be the voice of the community.
Tune in now to Botany Radio 107.1 and find out for yourself.
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