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.
Hekenukumai Busby, known as Hec, is a Master Waka Carver and talks to Kathryn Ryan on Nine to Noon about inspiring a new generation to learn the skills of their ancestors
Britain's best-known practicing vet, Bruce Fogle talks to Kathryn Ryan on Nine to Noon about our love for dogs
In The Sampler Melody Thomas reviews a significant third album from Unknown Mortal Orchestra and the full-length debut of Little Lapin, while Nick Bollinger investigates the neo-folk-jazz of Ryley Walker
Kathryn Ryan talks to Christopher McDougall, on Nine to Noon, author of the international bestseller Born to Run about the natural joy of running, the science of sport and super athletes
On Saturday Morning, Kim Hill's guests include Peter Pomerantsev on Russia, and documentary filmmaker Lyric R Cabral
Tami Neilson’s Dynamite! is the nation’s Best Country Music Album for 2015, while Kaylee Bell and Jared Porter’s 'Pieces' is the Best County Music Song.
The New Zealand Rugby Foundation works to give financial and emotional support to more than 100 VIPs or Very Injured Players.
The making of a 1970s-inspired prog rock concept album, on-stage instrument swapping and how it’s impossible to say Uranus with a straight face.
Tonga's former Minister of Justice and Attorney General offers reflections on law, democracy, Pacific traditions, and Tongan political culture.
UK astronomer Professor Gerry Gilmore is urging government to find new funding for Mt John observatory, which he says is a precious resource.
Peter Griffin reviews how the science and technology sector fared in Thursday's budget, and big plans for the music streaming service Spotify.