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Insight investigates Auckland's dominance, and asks whether it is in the national interest for the city to be the focus for investment, jobs and immigrants.
Auckland University sociologist Dr Ronald Kramer talks with Kathryn Ryan on Nine to Noon about the growing tolerance of graffiti as street art
Two stories about the endless fascination about people and places on Afternoons: one from a Hollywood producer, the other from a couple from Rotorua
In The Sampler Nick Bollinger reviews the latest collection from The Warratahs and the debut of Songhoy Blues, and Melody Thomas discusses debut albums from Shamir and Irish singer-songwriter Soak
On Saturday Morning, Kim Hill's guests will include Vincent O’Sullivan, Margaret Sparrow, and Neil Ieremia
Kleptocracy, anti-corruption, and civil-military relations expert Sarah Chayes shares some of the views she formed during ten years in Afghanistan.
A documentary by Swedish film director Fredrik Gerrten explores the relationship between cyclists, cars and urban design in cities around the world.
Music critic Nick Bollinger has spent thousands of hours listening to hundreds of albums. Here are the best from Aotearoa. #NZMM
As the debate continues over the government's policy of removing itself from the running of social housing, a new documentary explores the issue from the inside.
The story of how Karl Eliasberg and his Leningrad Radio Orchestra created a defining moment in the Nazi siege of Leningrad to perform Shostakovich's Seventh Symphony.
Ngā mihi! Hear some of the greetings in te reo Māori we use on Radio New Zealand and read the English translations. Kia ora mai.