There is something for everyone in the wee small hours of a brand new day, every day, on our All Night Programme, a live-hosted programme of features, music, news and weather.
Gerald Russell, a former British and UN diplomat, talks to Simon Mercep on Afternoons about his new book exploring the disappearing religions of the Middle East
European Inventor of the Year, Chris Toumazou, reveals how his personal life and early research lie at the heart of his inventions in Windows on the World
The International Americana Music Show presents exclusively Americana music made solely by non-American artists
In The Sampler Nick Bollinger reviews a new album from Lyttelton troubadours The Eastern, a funky collection of Sly Stone’s production work and wonders if Neil Young’s introspective new album really needed a 60-piece orchestra?
Global Village heads to the Balkans for music from early music master Jordi Savall, the Brooklyn-based Raya Brass Band, and one of the premier Balkan brass bands, the Boban & Marko
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From our mountain parrot, the kea, to the bush-dwelling pipipi, to the urban house sparrow, a collection of bird stories and songs.
Pioneering Māori writer Witi Ihimaera has written about his early life for the first time in Māori Boy: A Memoir of Childhood.
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Jimmy Cliff talks about his family's revolutionary roots, getting famous – and getting high. He also reckons that he hasn't yet written his greatest songs.
A week-by-week audio picture of how the First World War changed the lives of a generation.
Conversations on classic literature with poet Kate Camp and Kim Hill.
Listen to Question Time from the parliamentary debating chamber at a time that suits you.
Our 2009 live session with Ella Yelich-O'Connor - before she became Lorde - is going viral around the world. Listen to the original, and explore our Lorde collection.
From limited vision to complete blindness, almost 170,000 NZers have some sort of vision impairment. Katy Gosset explores the pleasures and pitfalls of living with low vision.