In-depth interviews selected from Radio New Zealand National's feature programmes during the week.
Insight explores whether Queenstown can continue being the party town for holiday markers from NZ and around the world, and keep drinking under control
On Sunday Morning - the case of the world’s first climate change refugee and how climate change is a humanitarian crisis; and how to deal with bullies - a guide for primary school children
Star Trek, soapathon, a self-governing region for the Kurds, the story of French villagers saving Jewish people during the Second World War, tennis, Michael Palin, and Lorde in the Holy Land - you want it, we got it - on Sunday Morning
In The Sampler Nick Bollinger reviews a stately new set by Marianne Faithfull, the 21st century blues of hip-hopper-turned soul man Son Little and country music with a metaphysical twist from Sturgill Simpson
On Saturday Morning, Kim Hill's guests will include Professor Michael Graetzel, writer Anna Smaill, and performance artist Jane Venis
Pioneering technology blogger Richard MacManus' diagnosis with Type 1 diabetes triggered his interest in ways technology can help us improve our health.
British comedian and master storyteller Mark Thomas talks about the operatic show he wrote in honour of his larger-than-life opera-loving father.
A tale by Paula Morris based on the true story of 14 high-born North Island Māori who voyaged to England from Auckland in February 1863.
Amelia Nurse heads out onto Wellington Harbour to find out about a novel water activity – stand up paddle board yoga.
Lauren Baker checks out a collector culture where fans get together to trade, sell and talk all things sneakers.
Dr Chris Smith with the latest science news, including how to 'unboil' an egg, and a 'near Earth object'.