Afternoons moves from magazine listening in the early afternoon through to full-on current affairs in drive time.
On Nine to Noon Kathryn Ryan talks to Lecretia Seales who is dying of a brain tumour and is lobbying for the right to die
In The Sampler Nick Bollinger reviews an unusually concept-free set from The Decemberists, the last recordings of the late Pops Staples and talks to guitar hero and Womad headliner Richard Thompson
Kathryn Ryan talks to British concert pianist Freddy Kempf on Nine to Noon about his love of Beethoven, of performing and the challenges of the job
Auckland Arts Festival review: Neneh Cherry, Water and Light, and Hikoi
Auckland Arts Festival review: Invisible Energy, The Mooncake and the Kumara, and Skin of Fire
Emma Smith catches up with songwriter Mike Hadreas to talk about his music and living as a gay man in the US.
David Steemson meets 70-year-old lifeguard Malcolm Beattie at the Sunset Beach Lifeguard club to find out about life saving lives at sea.
From children who won't try any new foods, to adults who enjoy it so hot that pain drowns out the taste... ever wondered why we like some foods, and are disgusted by others?
Tūhoe painter Tame Iti and Austrian photographer Birgit Krippner are exhibiting their art together at Wellington's Suite gallery. They talk about their art, inspiration and collaboration.
The CEO of World Vision NZ, Chris Clarke talks about his time working with Syrian refugees subsisting in neighbouring countries, what they've left behind, and what hope there can be for their futures.
In 1954 bodgies and widgies who congregated in milk-bars were seen as driving down teenage moral standards, not to mention leather-clad motor bike gangs.