Unfurling fresh ideas and sounds along with the best radio documentaries and features from here and overseas.
On Our Changing World, the science of beer at the Hop Lab, a pop-up MRI that uses superconductors, and pua reinga, ‘flower of the underworld', New Zealand's only fully parasitic flowering plant
Nine To Noon features big wave surfer Easkey Britton, who's taken surfing to marginalised women in Iran's south eastern province of Baluchistan as a tool for change
Country Life visits the Tuesday morning Canterbury Sales Yard in Christchurch and finds out what's in a Health Pit Stop for farm workers
On Saturday Morning, Kim Hill's guests include Peter Pomerantsev on Russia, and documentary filmmaker Lyric R Cabral
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.
Lynda Chanwai-Earle travels to a small Bay of Plenty school to meet the next generation of global citizens and find out why being multilingual is the way of the future.
New Zealand's most unusual flowering plant has a strong connection with a rare nocturnal mammal – and both are thriving in the forests of Pureora.
The virtual world of Eve Online, a computer game that's become one of Iceland's biggest exports.
Outdoors man Kennedy Warne discusses how to maximise your chances of survival in the bush.
A decrease in domestic violence and increase of kids going to school with lunch are some of the tangible results of a successful kiwifruit orchard development in Eastern Bay of Plenty.
From trans-Tasman gardening, growing vegetables in the North of Scotland and dealing with drought in Southern California, hear the story of a travelling gardener.