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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
We look at a wee problem on This Way Up, then learn how to unboil an egg, talk about close encounters with asteroids, what to do about online harassment, cheap firewood and new digital mapping technology
Great Encounters looks at the transformation of surfing champion Peter Drouyn and the career of coroner Richard McElrea
Insight explores whether Queenstown can continue being the party town for holiday markers from NZ and around the world, and keep drinking under control
"We are becoming future eaters, weather makers, biodiversity destroyers. How ever you want to put it, we’ve become a planetary force."
From 1916 to 1918, 60,000 soldiers were trained at the Featherston Military Training Camp, which included 16 dining halls, 17 shops, several picture theatres, three billiard rooms, a large hospital compound and a post office.
An education programme in California is using old exercise bikes to get kids pedalling while they read – increasing their pleasure in both activities.
Benjamin Steiner, who survived the horrors of the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz, shares some memories from that time with Simon Mercep.
A professor of conservation ecology at the University of Auckland is pushing for a country free of introduced predators by 200th anniversary of Treaty of Waitangi in 2040.
A team of American scientists is in Rotorua working with locals on exploration and fieldwork in support of NASA's long-term plan to send humans to Mars.