Jesse hosts an upbeat mix of the curious and the compelling, ranging from the stories of the day to the great questions of our time.
In The Sampler Jim Pinckney reviews Tame Impala’s electrifying ‘Currents’, the latest EP from Auckland piano prodigy Aron Ottignon and Born In The Echoes by veteran UK duo The Chemical Brothers
Kathryn Ryan talks to author Graeme Lay about his epic look into the life of Captain James Cook on Nine to Noon.
On Saturday Morning, Kim Hill's guests include Scott Edwards on birds and dinosaurs, Nancy Gibbs of TIME magazine, and Andrew Reitemeyer on pirate parties
Insight follows two African migrants as they make their way from Libya to Europe.
In Nine to Noon Rugby player Jerome Kaino talks about his career highs and lows, and the pressure on young players, particularly Pacific Islanders.
Teacher turned parenting guru Rochelle Gribble with tips to help you find out what is going on for your child at school.
The North Island brown kiwi has just joined kea and rifleman in an exclusive club – birds that have had their entire genome sequenced.
A study has raised the prospect that it might be possible to prevent or even reverse cataracts in humans using similar topical eyedrop treatments.
Susan Murray visits an isolated Waikato farm to talk to Relda Greenhalgh about her life breeding lambs and composing songs.
Wine crimes, including wine adulteration and the theft of highly priced vintages, are on the rise.
One of the most soulful musical partnerships of the last decade live in the studio – Suzanne Lynch, Tina Cross and Jackie Clarke.