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.
On Country Life Cosmo Kentish-Barnes meets professional polo player Roddy Wood and we visit Monowai vineyard in Hawkes Bay
Riki Gooch talks to Emma Smith about the return of D'Angelo on Music 101, The Datsuns are back in town, we introduce Taste Nasa, Trevor Reekie talks to Nina Antonia about her book about rock 'n roll icon Johnny Thunders and we look at the top tracks of the year
Insight hears from individuals about the practicalities of living below or near the poverty line
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
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.
From post punk through to pop star to sonic experimentalist, Neneh Cherry’s career spans three decades. She has just released her first solo album in 18 years.
Captain Nick Sloane is the man who masterminded the refloating of the Costa Condordia earlier this year - the most expensive salvage effort in history.
The Māori word of the week is: kaukau - swim. E mōhio ana koe ki te kaukau? Do you know how to swim?
Ray Hadley was on air when he was phoned by one of the Sydney hostages inside the Lindt cafe. He balanced the calls with police liaison and his live radio show.
"They taught us how to kill men but not lice." – interviews and reminiscences from New Zealanders who were there.