The philosophy of Te Ahi Kaa is to reflect the diversity of Māori in the past, present and future. While bilingual in delivery, the programme incorporates Māori practices and values in its content, format and presentation.
Simon Mercep talks to Earl Charles Spencer, historian, brother of Diana, Princess of Wales on Afternoons about his book on the execution of his distant relative, Charles I
Kathryn Ryan talks to award-winning Australian documentary filmmaker, Anna Broinowski in Nine to Noon about propaganda filmmaking in North Korea
Kathryn Ryan will be speaking to Dame Joan Metge on Nine to Noon about what communication and cultural understanding between Maori and Pakeha
In The Sampler Jim Pinckney reviews Rickie Lee Jones’ first new songs, the soundtrack to A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night and Carnation from Daughn Gibson
Paediatric psychologist Mark Bowers talks to Kathryn Ryan on Nine to Noon about raising 'quirky kids', those children who have difficulty fitting in and connecting with others
How and why indigenous and Pacific soldiers got involved in WWI, their experience of conflict overseas, and how they were treated on their return home.
For over seven years a dedicated group of volunteers have been passing on their quilting and life skills to prisoners at Auckland Region Women's Correctional Facility.
The recent discovery of deposits of a type of salt in the surface of Mars has raised the possibility that liquid water may be present on the red planet.
Trawl through our stash of gold pieces for tall tales of flash new clothes, gifts from the moon, puzzlenuts and drama queens!
A social enterprise is connecting consumers with businesses who care about looking after the planet and being a good employer.
Cliff Fell talks to Bryan Crump about the school of Martian poetry.