Afternoons moves from magazine listening in the early afternoon through to full-on current affairs in drive time.
In The Sampler Jim Pinckney reviews the nostalgic R&R of Texan Lee Bridges, the post-punk gospel confusion of Algiers and Princess Chelsea’s sophomore epic The Great Cybernetic Depression.
Anthropologist Wednesday Martin discusses the rituals, mating practices and attempts at dominance of the wealthy "stay-at-home Moms" of Manhattan's Upper East Side, in Nine To Noon
Marty Duda's artist of the week on Nine to Noon is Auckland-based singer/songwriter Hollie Fullbrook aka Tiny Ruins
On Afternoons, author Stephen Witt talks about how the music industry first ignored the impact of internet file sharing, and is now struggling to keep up
In Our Changing World, discovering new marine species, the art and science of dental technology, finding the best ways of losing weight and staying healthy, and does water on Mars mean life on Mars?
Mark Cunningham, a Kiwi from Upper Hutt, survived the Boxing Day Tsunamis in 2004 and joined local volunteers to collect bodies.
Just seven months after he started painting, Yaniv Janson was a finalist in the prestigious Wallace Art Awards. And the awards keep on coming.
If you're one of the tens of thousands of New Zealanders using a geo-masking service, which VPN service will you use, and how do you choose a provider?
It's nearly 10 years since Dave Dobbyn's last album. Now he's back in the studio, working with members of The Phoenix Foundation.
Tales we tell about invisibility are not stories of a technical capability but of power, desire, concealment, morality and corruption.
Domesticated in the jungles of South East Asia some 10,000 years ago, the chicken has come into its own in the age of industrialised food production.