Psurkit is a platform (re)presenting the music and culture of New Zealand (Aotearoa) and gathering together a community of widely dispersed free agents on a regular basis for discussion, expression and experience. With regular momentum and consistent beats of news, views and attitudes, Psurkit is a base for exploration and adventure into the music and cultural expression emanating from the globally isolated (yet technologically integrated) island cluster nestling between the Pacific, Tasman and southern water masses. Drawing on history, driving for longevity, striving for integrity, Psurkit is in the process of creating a benchmark for the growth and evolution of music and culture in this country and beyond. Psurkit traverses the realms of audio, video, indoor and outdoor socialising, liaison with like-minded artists, conferencing and (un)conventions - creating a relationship for its community by representing values and knowledge in all formats.
A show covering topics in current events, politics, science, technology, history, satire, and whatever we damn well please. Parallax: the apparent change in the position of an object resulting from the change in position from which it is viewed; Websters New World Dictionary, 2nd college edition 1968.
Earthwatch Radio is produced by staff and students at the Sea Grant Institute and the Gaylord Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. We cover a wide range of subjects that concern science and the environment and give special attention to global climate change, the Great Lakes and the oceans. We produce 10 programs every two weeks and distribute them to more than 100 radio stations and other broadcast outlets, mostly in the Great Lakes region.