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- Airline pilots to get oversight from psychologist
- Safety review ordered after woman hit by bus in Wellington
- Govt confident oil giants will be interested
- Franz Josef people say fault plan will leave them stranded
- The Lundy jury considers it verdict
Dendroarchaeologist A. Prof. Charlotte Pearson from the University of Arizona talks on Nights about uncovering moments in history through analysis of wooden artefacts
The BBC's Jack Stewart heads to Hong Kong in Windows on the World to explore whether our preoccupation with money is affecting the way we treat other people
on Afternoons Simon Mercep talks to Archaeologist Amr Al Azm who is part of a team training activists how to protect and hide ancient treasures from being destroyed by ISIS in Northern Iraq and Syria
In The Sampler Nick Bollinger reviews the first solo album of Tobias Jesso Jr. and talks to Toumani Diabate, and Melody Thomas discusses the debut of Melbourne singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett
On Saturday Morning, Kim Hill's guests include Damon Gameau on sugar, and Rebecca Herzig on hair removal
Medical microbiologist Dr Richard Everts says that there's mounting evidence that the rules on antibiotic use should be rewritten in some cases.
Biz Bell has been studying black petrels since 1995 and says that the species is at risk from commercial fishing.
American neurobiologist Katherine Clements has chosen to spend a year on Great Barrier Island studying seabirds for the Department of Conservation.
John Gerritsen investigates the rise in overseas student numbers and the opportunities and risks.
Ngā mihi! Hear some of the greetings in te reo Māori we use on Radio New Zealand and read the English translations. Kia ora mai.
AA has been around for 80 years, but can the support group for recovering alcoholics really claim to be effective?