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.
On Saturday Morning, Kim Hill's guests include Sir Peter Gluckman, Steven Pinker, and the Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra
On This Way Up we find out how reheating your pasta can make it better for you, get a taste for Bhutan's national dish, hear about wireless charging technology is developing, count kiwis using computer code, find out about training the immune system to fight cancer and hunt for the rifleman
We go from the life of penguins with Lloyd Spencer Davis to evolutionary biologist Marlene Zuk who looks at popular theories that we should be living more like the way our ancestors lived for a healthier life and why these are often based on speculation, not scientific evidence, on Great Encounters
Insight finds out why our children are falling behind in maths and science and what is being done to get them back on track.
Young Aussie rich-lister Jack Delosa talks to Wallace Chapman about making millions on Sunday Morning. Plus - cafe culture, and Counterpoint examines capital punishment
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The Māori word of the week is: homai - pass to me. Homai he inu māku. Pass me the drink (please).
Movie director and producer James Cameron (Aliens, Titanic, Avatar) talks about his latest project, the documentary Deepsea Challenge 3D.
Labour Day weekend signals the start of the boating season for many people. And with that, comes the message to stay safe on the water.
Joystick ninja Matt Maguire discusses a culture war over the portrayal of women within games, and the way they are treated within the gaming community.
We recall the late musician and songwriter Sam Prebble, his music as Bond Street Bridge, and with artists including The Broken Heartbreakers, The Eastern, and Great North.
A team of researchers have developed a novel sensor that can detect tiny amounts of the hormone oestrogen in environmental samples.
Experimental psychologist Charles Spence on how things like lighting, the weight of cutlery and the shape of plates influence the way we taste food.
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James Gardner traces a personal path through the evolving world of electronic music. Listen to Radio NZ National at 11pm Friday, or online anytime.
Plummetting numbers have prompted conservationists to renew efforts to save the worlds tallest animal, as Dr Julian Fennessy explains.