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.
Canadian multimillionaire, Zita Cobb, talks to Nine to Noon about growing up on Fogo Island, and the bold architectural project to nurse it back to economic health.
On Our Changing World, how the colour of birds is related to sex, 'Groundhog Day response' to flooding, solar storms & electricity supplies, & well ventilated homes
On Nine to Noon Mick Wall, one of the UK's best known rock writers, talks about his no-holds-barred biography of Lemmy who founded and fronted Motörhead.
On Saturday Morning, Kim Hill's guests include Richie Poulton and Francis Upritchard
Our regional TV stations are struggling and public funding is now switching to multimedia projects instead. Mediawatch asks where the money is going and what the plan is. (AUDIO)
Using microphones on its surfaces, composer and musician Joseph Bertolozzi has turned the French landmark into a giant musical instrument. (VIDEO, AUDIO)
Josh Rosenthal talks about the eclectic catalogue of American music which he has dedicated thirty years to discovering and releasing. (AUDIO)
While there's new advice confirming we should be eating more fat, and that it will help us lose weight, Otago University's Professor Jim Mann says it's not that simple. (AUDIO)
Later this year, an international committee will decide whether the Holocene epoch has given way to the Anthropocene, a geological period in which human impacts have overwhelmed natural processes. (AUDIO)
Power Play - Rhetoric has ramped up a notch with the Finance Minister putting its housing whipping boy on notice, says Jane Patterson. (COMMENTS)