Unfurling fresh ideas and sounds along with the best radio documentaries and features from here and overseas.
Photographer Beth Moon is passionate about capturing the beauty and uniqueness of trees. She joins us on Nine to Noon.
On Country Life this week: saving the Ross Cemetery and we meet the 2015 West Coast/Top of the South Farm Managers of the Year
On Saturday Morning, Kim Hill is on leave and Noelle McCarthy will be hosting the programme. He guests include Lance O'Sullivan, Sir Tim Smit, Gil Hanly and Martin Edmond
Insight explores what changes New Zealand might need to make to its tenancy laws and culture to make life long renting a more attractive prospect.
Kathryn Ryan will be speaking to Dame Joan Metge on Nine to Noon about what communication and cultural understanding between Maori and Pakeha
Stories about how eating or drinking a particular food will lead to better health are a staple of the media diet, but how well do they serve us?
For over seven years a dedicated group of volunteers have been passing on their quilting and life skills to prisoners at Auckland Region Women's Correctional Facility.
How and why indigenous and Pacific soldiers got involved in WWI, their experience of conflict overseas, and how they were treated on their return home.
Danny Goldberg talks about handing PR for KISS and Led Zeppelin, launching Stevie Nicks solo career, managing Nirvana and Bonnie Raitt.
Economist Geoff Bertram and Climate Scientist James Renwick on what they claim is the government's stifling of climate change debate.
Domesticated in the jungles of South East Asia some 10,000 years ago, the chicken has come into its own in the age of industrialised food production.