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.
In Nine to Noon Kathryn Ryan speaks with Tessa Dunlop, British broadcaster and historian who has written a book about the many women who operate the code-cracking machines at Bletchley Park during World War Two
Auckland Arts Festival review: Neneh Cherry, Water and Light, and Hikoi
In At The Movies Simon Morris reviews The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, previews a year packed with even more sequels and looks at a partnership to help the New Zealand film industry – the Vista Foundation
Our Changing World marks Seaweek with tales of Wellington's eagle rays and tracking rig sharks, as well as stories about e-cigarettes and the science of complexity
Award-winning Indian-born journalist and author Sonia Faleiro talks to Kathryn Ryan on Nine to Noon about her latest book in which she investigated one of her country's high profile rape cases
A week-by-week audio picture of how the First World War changed the lives of a generation.
Size diversity activist Ragen Chastain is a writer and professional choreographer and is training as an ironman athlete. In her spare time she takes on fat shamers.
Chosen with seven year olds in mind, this is an energetic collection of wonderful children's stories.
Frustrated by the lack of plays about modern gay, lesbian and transgender life in New Zealand, writer Bruce Brown has been developing theatrical works that deal with LGBT experiences from a Kiwi perspective.
What is the chance of finding love? How long will it last? Mathematician and complexity theorist Dr Hannah Fry talks to Wallace Chapman about the search for the ultimate equation.
Emily Smith, regarded as one of Scotland's best singer song writers, and her Kiwi husband Jamie McClennan have performed across Australia, Europe, Russia, and Canada, and are currently touring here.