Unfurling fresh ideas and sounds along with the best radio documentaries and features from here and overseas.
The BBC's Jack Stewart heads to Hong Kong in Windows on the World to explore whether our preoccupation with money is affecting the way we treat other people
on Afternoons Simon Mercep talks to Archaeologist Amr Al Azm who is part of a team training activists how to protect and hide ancient treasures from being destroyed by ISIS in Northern Iraq and Syria
In The Sampler Nick Bollinger reviews the first solo album of Tobias Jesso Jr. and talks to Toumani Diabate, and Melody Thomas discusses the debut of Melbourne singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett
On Saturday Morning, Kim Hill's guests include Damon Gameau on sugar, and Rebecca Herzig on hair removal
Insight explores elective surgery – how many more are getting it and how many might be missing out ?
Mt John University Observatory at Tekapo celebrates its 50th birthday this year, and a lot has changed since its humble beginnings in 1965.
Straddling both the Pakeha and Māori worlds, Sir Tipene O’Regan’s influence on New Zealand Aotearoa has been profound.
Guardian foreign correspondent Luke Harding’s foray into the publication of the Snowden files has been both sobering and ridiculous.
As long as it is not endangering lives, it is legal to shoot a firearm from a public road. Some farmers north of Kaikoura want that changed.
Napier's marine mammal park has closed, and critics fear injured sea creatures will now be euthanised or left to die.
Trawl through our stash of gold pieces for tall tales of flash new clothes, gifts from the moon, puzzlenuts and drama queens!