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.
Author and pilot Laurence Gonzales talks on Afternoons about his new book that tells the story of what happened 25 years ago when the hydraulics systems aboard Flight 232 bound for Chicago
Joe Nunweek stands in for Nick Bollinger in The Sampler, reviewing the new album by young brash and knotty Americans Naomi Punk; a metal album that uses no guitar at all by Wreck and Reference; and explores the strange story and eventual rediscovery of long-lost American crooner Lewis
In Windows on the World, Peter Bowes of the BBC, tells the story of television in the USA, made by Native Americans for people from across their tribal communities
On Our Changing World, zombie possums feature in a science-based adventure game about saving New Zealand's forests, optical fibre lasers and rogue waves, and wound dressings made from wine waste
On Saturday Morning, Kim Hill's guests will include Robby Robilliard and Alan Cooper
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An award-winning project by photographer Robin Hammond documents the living conditions of people with mental illness in many strife-torn African regions.
Around 200 Kiwi artists are in Scotland’s capital city to perform in an array of festivals. Producer Charlotte Graham is there on a mission to attend anything and everything she can.
A survey asking Hamiltonians how they define themselves has led to a multimedia exhibition at Waikato Museum.
New Zealand novels and stories adapted for radio including writing by Fiona Farrell, Brian Turner, Owen Marshall, CK Stead and Steve Braunias.
To compare coastal food webs over time, marine biologist Lucy Jack collects sea lion fur using a cheap razor attached to a pole.
It’s the simplest of machines that connects us all – two wheels, a frame, a saddle, pedals and a chain; the freedom to go where you want, when you want and all under your own steam.
OMC's How Bizarre, co-written by the late Pauly Fuemana and producer Alan Jansson, topped the New Zealand charts in 1995.
A selection of historical interviews, features and documentaries about women, the vote and equality over the decades.
The colourful, dramatic, and often remarkable events and people of New Zealand's past.