Jesse hosts an upbeat mix of the curious and the compelling, ranging from the stories of the day to the great questions of our time.
A magazine programme hosted by Kim Hill, with long-form, in-depth feature interviews on current affairs, science, modern life, history, the arts and more.
Four hours of music with news and weather on the hour to keep you informed about what’s going on in the world.
A weekly programme in which RNZI regional correspondents discuss political and social issues in their Pacific countries.
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Amid protests, Europe takes deep breath as it prepares for difficult dealings with President Trump and tragedy hits twice in Italy. Audio
William Danvers is a Senior National Security Fellow at the Centre for American Progress. He formerly served under Leon Panetta at the CIA and John Kerry at the State Department. Audio
Will investing in families, especially the least advantaged, be a priority under an English-led government this election year? Kathryn Ryan talks to Jonathan Boston, a Professor of Public Policy at… Audio
The latest world, Pacific and sports news. Audio
News bulletin recorded at 9 am Audio
Matt McIvor in Cardrona says there's at least 30cm of snow at the base area of the mountain and if it was winter, he'd be 'stoked'. He says there's warmer temperatures on the way for summer… Audio
As the NZTA explains the difficulties fixing the damaged State Highway one north of Kaikoura, restoring the quake-damaged highway network is 'akin to moving mountains'. Audio
An Auckland iwi wants to build more houses at Pt England in the eastern suburbs and regenerate the area, but the plan to build 300 homes on a reserve has run into angry opposition from locals. Audio
Wellington Water says workers have been fixing a major leak in the capital city's water supply, which was related to the November earthquake. Audio
New York man Gary Belis has dodged Donald Trump's inauguration day completely with a little from the international dateline. Audio
The latest news in Tongan language. Audio