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A BBC special on Windows on the World, looks at what has become of the lives of the rubbish pickers since the 2014 World Cup, when the Gramacho, the biggest rubbish dump in South America, was closed
Cartoonist, writer and illustrator Adrian Kinnaird talks on Nights about the cartoonist community responses to both the killing of French staff at satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and the media aftermath
On Our Changing World, kiwi-safe dogs, osteo-arthritis and the Dunedin Hospital Joint Clinic, crossing planetary boundaries and city penguins - Wellington's little blues
Country Life meets Andy Fox, a fourth generation sheep and beef farmer and a director of Beef and Lamb New Zealand, who is breeding dwarf sheep
On Saturday Morning, Kim Hill's guests will include Anthony McCarten on his Oscar-nominated film The Theory of Everything, and Jim Al-Khalili and Johnjoe McFadden on quantum biology
Finding out about New Zealand's birds with birdwatcher Hugh Robertson. This week Simon and Hugh head out in search of a native green parakeet, the kakariki.
An exhibition by artist Paula Schaafhausen explores the threat climate change poses to Pacific nations.
Sonia Sly meets the tutors and some astonishingly bright young sparks at a robotics workshop at Wellington Makerspace.
Scientists delving into the centuries-old question of the nature of love have come to some surprising conclusions.
Dig deep with three experts on caves who discuss how New Zealand's many caves are formed and explored, and their value to the tourism industry.
British comedian and master storyteller Mark Thomas talks about the operatic show he wrote in honour of his larger-than-life opera-loving father.