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Insight investigates the seriousness of the threat posed by Islamic State to NZ and whether this country's response is appropriate.
Spectrum joined several hundred people on the Birch Hill Ride for the trip to Birch Hill Cemetery where a plaque erected in 1937 pays tribute to the horses killed in the Great War
Dr Allan Davidson, Honorary Research Fellow at both St John’s Theological College and the University of Auckland talks about his work studying the role of the churches in the First World War on Spiritual Outlook
On One in Five we look at a new action plan that has been put into place to make the buildings and grounds and information about parliament accessible to everyone
Andrew Morton, famous for his biography of Diana, Princess of Wales, talks in Afternoons about his new book on how the Edward the VIII, Duke of Windsor, may have collaborated with the Nazis in the summer of 1940
Writer’s new to audio as a performance medium stretch their dramatic legs... Listen to the winning plays in this year's New Shorts playwriting competition.
The political debate around children going to school hungry has been heated, but has any progress been made?
A major review is underway amid concerns that the education system has failed to recognise its importance and value to the economy.
The Music 101 team report from the annual awards where Hawke's Bay's Jakob won best new album, and Herbs won the classic.
Traditional folktales for young and old, adapted by David Somerset and told by Dick Weir.
Glory Days magazine's Claire Gormly and Rose Jackson share their passion for all things vintage.