Afternoons moves from magazine listening in the early afternoon through to full-on current affairs in drive time.
Author and pilot Laurence Gonzales talks on Afternoons about his new book that tells the story of what happened 25 years ago when the hydraulics systems aboard Flight 232 bound for Chicago
Joe Nunweek stands in for Nick Bollinger in The Sampler, reviewing the new album by young brash and knotty Americans Naomi Punk; a metal album that uses no guitar at all by Wreck and Reference; and explores the strange story and eventual rediscovery of long-lost American crooner Lewis.
In Windows on the World, Peter Bowes of the BBC, tells the story of television in the USA, made by Native Americans for people from across their tribal communities
On Our Changing World, zombie possums feature in a science-based adventure game about saving New Zealand's forests, optical fibre lasers and rogue waves, and wound dressings made from wine waste
On Saturday Morning, Kim Hill's guests will include Robby Robilliard and Alan Cooper
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Tiny Ruins perform songs from the critically acclaimed album Brightly Painted One at the Crystal Palace, a disused movie theatre in Auckland.
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A collection of book readings, major dramas, drama series, children’s stories and other stuff available to listen to any time you want.
Interviews with Neil Cross, Ian Rankin, Kate Atkinson, Lee Child, Peter Temple, Paddy Richardson, Paul Cleave and other writers of crime fiction.
A round up of the most significant news interviews and stories of the day, available as a podcast
Leonie Matoe is the managing director of Toi Tangata, an organisation specialising in health and well-being that incorporates core Māori values with modern day living.
With Radio New Zealand for iPhone or Android, you can listen to your favourite programme content anywhere, anytime.
Celia Lashlie says boys learn through action and consequence - and the consequence must be clear.
A tribute to a much loved father, grandfather, colleague, friend and movie star, Radio NZ sound engineer Ian Gordon.