Displaying items 73 - 96 of 118 in total
Respected composer, ethnomusicologist and teacher Jack Body was an institution in New Zealand music
Lectures, interviews and discussions with the eminent New Zealand scientist
Robots, androids, automata, cyborgs and artificial intelligence...
An audio-visual collection of Royal Tours past.
Celebrating 150 years since the birth of eccentric French composer Erik Satie with some of his humorous piano pieces which were accompanied by quirky little stories and poems, written next…
Monologues, scenes, sonnets and stuff from Shakespeare and other classic writers
A small holder's guide to raising sheep.
New Zealand historian, natural science writer and illustrator Sheila Natusch MNZM (1926-2017) authored more than 30 books.
Remembering the colourful legal defender and campaigner for prisoners' rights.
TV and video game soundtracks, timeless scores, obscure film music and New Zealand compositions.
Neville Chun teaches Simon how to make sourdough from home.
World War One treasures from deep in the archives of Spectrum.
Spices on This Way Up with Alison Sandle.
An exploration of New Zealand's subantarctic islands
The rich history, ritual, characters, hard work and competition of a core farming activity
Still provocative and disturbing a century after its premiere caused a sensational scandal.
Our favourite local musicians share the song that's their soundtrack to summer.
A salty sport enjoyed by thousands due to our long coastlines and consistent sea swells.
Stories featuring Canadian/kiwi country/rockabilly musician Tami Neilson
Listen to the Māori greetings used on RNZ and read the English translations.
Māori Language Week
The history of TV in Aotearoa
Coverage of the game and the protest actions
Art is in the eye of the beholder, but how do you go about showing your appreciation? Upbeat's series The Art of Etiquette, helps make art accessible for those who are unsure of what to do.