Spectrum is a long-running documentary series – it began in 1972 – which captures the essence of New Zealand through stories, landscape and people.
Daniela Maoate Cox talks to attendees at a Pasifika gender bending ball on Spiritual Outlook about how spirituality can coexist with sexuality for Pacific people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual transgender, queer and intersex
Katy Gosset meets a sexual health educator in One in Five who is helping parents, whose young people have learning difficulties, teach their children about the birds and the bees
On Hidden Treasures, Trevor Reekie digs up an eclectic bunch of tunes from a number of genres, from all corners of the globe, including our own back yard, as well as a few tunes to celebrate the festive season
The International Americana Music Show presents exclusively Americana music made solely by non-American artists
In The Sampler Nick Bollinger revisits ten of the standout albums from 2014
An account by James McNeish that is at once a self-portrait, a hymn to a vanishing New Zealand, and a record of a varied cast of influential people.
Extended interviews and comment from the sporting week, available as a podcast.
Google's Loon Project brings high-speed internet to remote areas - including Lake Tekapo - via hot-air balloons that act as floating wifi hotspots.
More than 100 young farmers are growing tasty food on a disused football pitch at Epuni Primary School. Simon Morton visits the school to meet the children and their families.
Bestselling author Naomi Klein is calling for politics to be transformed to deal with the impact of the changing climate.
"I think it might be about something about margarine but I'm not quite sure..." – photographer Yvonne Todd on the title of her exhibition, Creamy Pscychology.