There is something for everyone in the wee small hours of a brand new day, every day, on our All Night Programme, a live-hosted programme of features, music, news and weather.
In At The Movies, Simon Morris reviews the James Brown story, Get On Up; thriller A Walk Among The Tombstones, starring Liam Neeson and Pride, when lesbians, gays and coalminers took on the might of Margaret Thatcher
This week, Our Changing World explores the science behind the use of 1080 in conservation, features a 3D bioprinter and meets some of New Zealand’s future science leaders.
Dr Julian Fennessy, director of the Giraffe Conservation Foundation says on Nine to Noon that giraffes are the "forgotten megafauna" despite the fact their numbers have plummetted by 40 percent in the past 16 years
We meet Ashburton dairy farmers Mark and Devon Slee on Country Life, who are the national winners of the 2014 Ballance Farm Environment Awards
Insight explores the reasons behind the slide in support for the Labour Party over the last 3 elections
Popular audio items
- Political commentators Mike Williams and Matthew Hooton
- Energy with David Haywood: solar photovoltaic
- Mediawatch for 19 October 2014
- Playing Favourites with Shaun Barnett and Chris Maclean
- Justin O'Sullivan: cellular organisation
Seventy years after they arrived in this unknown country, a group of Polish refugees reflect on their lives in New Zealand.
Reclaiming the night and giving people with disabilities opportunities to enjoy active social lives.
Turning it up to 11, with local and international musical happenings from a New Zealand perspective.
Radio New Zealand is recording four lectures by Dame Anne Salmond exploring different areas of our national life. All lectures are free and open to the public.
Although the risk to NZ from Ebola is low, Middlemore Hospital has reserved a unit for any patients who are suspected carriers of the virus.
Former roller derby skater and filmmaker Corinna Hunziker talks about the sport and why it is gaining popularity amongst Māori women.
Charlie Adlard is a British comic book artist and penciller, who has worked on Judge Dredd, The X-Files, Marvel and DC Comics and The Walking Dead.
From our mountain parrot, the kea, to the bush-dwelling pipipi, to the urban house sparrow, a collection of bird stories and songs.
Former Australian prime minister Julia Gillard talks about her ascent to the top job, her experience of sexism, and what she feels she’s achieved
Ahead of a trip Germany to compete at ‘world cup of breakdancing’, B-girls Nossy and Legend talk to Sonia Sly about battling it out on the dance floor.
Bay of Islands GP Dr Chris Reid has photographed virtually every patient that walked into his surgery during the past two years.