Afternoons feature classic performances from the back catalogue in CD Masters, Kiwi musicians in Made in New Zealand, and another round of the competition at 5:30 pm
In Philosophy Talk on Appointment Ken Taylor and John Perry of Stanford University discuss whether the right to privacy, is really a right
In Appointment Erica Challis presents the second of four programmes setting the scene for Wagner’s mythic world
In The Sunday Feature Tim Dodd visits retired mezzo-soprano Honor McKellar, now in her nineties and living in Dunedin
Our Opera on Sunday is Un Ballo in Maschera by Verdi performed by the Metropolitan Opera
The music of Mexico is the theme for Music Alive with songs and instrumental works by renaissance composers who either came from, or migrated to Mexico from Spain
Drawing on the expertise of a range of reviewers, each week we check out the latest CD releases.
Poets exalted, school children cheered and music-lovers hungrily devoured the post-war concerts given in NZ by Hungarian-born pianist Lili Kraus.
“The answer to not going crazy with worry is to me to think on a much larger scale than the Earth..."
Elizabeth Kerr talks to New Zealand composer Ross Harris whose music, from European concert to Electro-acoustic, Māori music and klezmer, takes in the widest of influences.
Jack Body's composition 'Songs & Dances of Desire' entwines the life of Bizet's opera character with the story of one of NZ's notable characters, Carmen Rupe.
Local blues musician and expert Darren Watson looks at the life and work of BB King in this programme from May 2014.