Sounds Historical with Jim Sullivan is the programme that gives listeners their chance to learn about the colourful, dramatic, and often remarkable events and people of New Zealand's past.
Robin Nitschke talks about what to do with tamarillos on Nine to Noon
Jesse Mulligan talks to Gary Saul Morson talks about The Fabulous Future? America and the World in 2040
Home design writer Catherine Foster talks about small house living on Nine to Noon
Best-selling author Simon Winchester talks about his latest book Pacific on Nine to Noon
Humankind has irrevocably altered the planet’s natural systems – can we use that same human power to achieve a high and sustainable level of human well-being? Listen to a public panel discussion in The Age of Resilience
Who is responsible for the environmental disasters in impoverished countries caused by climate change?
Bruce Ansley tells Wallace Chapman about the remote and remarkable roads he travelled and researched for his book Wild Roads: A New Zealand Journey.
A prank call from her mum left a lasting impression on Alice May Connolly. (The Wireless)
Have you noticed that some of us suffer way more than others when infected with the flu bug? This Way Up finds out there's a genetic reason why.
16 year old Taranaki student Ayla Hutchinson is winning international awards for inventing "the safest way in the world to cut kindling".
When an area of ocean around the subtropical Kermadec Islands is turned into an ocean sanctuary in 2016 it will become New Zealand’s largest marine reserve.