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In The Sampler Nick Bollinger talks to US singer-songwriter Tift Merritt, and reviews the latest set from Wilco. Melody Thomas studies new Electric Wire Hustle.
Nine To Noon features Sasha Fisher e co-founder of Spark Microgrants, an organisation turning the traditional aid models upside down
On Our Changing World, firing up the plant barbecue, measuring the ocean with an underwater glider, seabirds and plastic, and the psychology of climate change denial
Country Life finds Katikati people rallying around Vanuatu workers on local orchards and pack-houses, while their families deal with the aftermath of Cyclone Pam.
Insight explores what future lies ahead for fossil fuels.
As momentum builds towards an international climate change agreement at the UN COP 21 conference in Paris, the public are invited to the final panel discussion around the theme of climate change.
Jen Wathan from the University of Sussex has discovered humans and horses share surprisingly similar facial expressions.
Artist Lisa Reihana and her 26-metre-long video projection, In Pursuit of Venus [infected], depicting British explorers and Pacific people meeting on a Tahitian landscape.
What will we be wearing this year? Sonia Sly gives Wallace Chapman the highlights and the lowdown from the 15th NZ Fashion Week.
Ricky Houghton is a man on mission. He is committed to improving the quality of life for Māori families in Kaitaia, and housing is the top priority.
Lynda Chanwai-Earle joins Wellington's Sikh community for lunch as they explain the "langar" tradition and the humanitarian philosophies behind sharing food.