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New Zealand's oldest running radio station, Radio Dunedin, is now the subject of a documentary film.
The movie, a volunteer effort by cameraman Grant Findlay, screened for the first time in Dunedin last night.
Celebrating the station's quirky 95 year history, the documentary details what could be described as a survival story.
"It's battled lack of volunteers, lack of funds, and even artists who tried to burn down the station transmitter," Director Grant Findlay told 1 NEWS.
The documentary will be playing a short season at Dunedin's Rialto Cinema.
The station will next be aiming to celebrate their centenary milestone in five years.