Radio New Zealand: Summer Noelle

This page lists items from RNZ that are identified as "Summer Noelle". RNZ didn't start regularly putting both its audio and news content online until 2008. From 2002-2007 written news items (particularly from RNZ International) were placed online. You can access these items, plus the vast audio collecton from the mid-2000s onwards by using the day schedule pages. You can access items prior to 2002 on the historic page.

26/12/2008: Jessie Casson
And her book, Book of Champions: New Zealand winners. [more]

26/12/2008: Jack Perkins
A man in love with cricket. [more]

26/12/2008: Emily Miazaga
Coast to Coast champion with her coach John Newsom. [more]

26/12/2008: Going to the Zoo
Hamlton Zoo director Stephen Standley. [more]

26/12/2008: Jack Perkins' Cricket Musing
Jack thinks back to how the Basin Reserve used to be. [more]

29/12/2008: Ward Knox clan interview
Noelle talks to the Ward Knox clan about what they are currently doing as well as a look back at 2008 [more]

29/12/2008: Possum Pies
Pete Salter is the Mayor of Pukekura and the baker of Pete's Possum Pies [more]

29/12/2008: Curried Kiwi
IMPROV FM 3 Doco Curried Kiwi Pies [more]

29/12/2008: Denise L-estrange Corbet
Noelle talks to Denise L-estrange about her autobiography and general catch up with her life [more]

29/12/2008: Summer Noelle Film Review
Dominic and Noelle discuss the years films and what we can look forward to in the new year [more]

29/12/2008: The Bearded Inswinger
Jack Perkins with more musings of a cricketing ne'er do well [more]

30/12/2008: Left Handed Golf
Noelle talks to Brian Cronin twice winner of the world left handed open golf championship [more]

30/12/2008: David Slack interview
David Slack looks backover the highs and lows of oratory and cycling in Auckland [more]

30/12/2008: Chris Turver interview
Chris Turver was the first NZPA correspondent to file reports from Vietnam [more]

30/12/2008: Dr. Phil Bishop Frog interview
2008 was the year of the frog, amphibian advocate Dr. Bishop soke to Noelle about raising frog awareness [more]

30/12/2008: Jack Perkins cricketing musings
Jack Perkins continues the musings of a cricketing ne'er do well [more]

31/12/2008: Sergei Gulyaev
AUT has just opened a new radio telescope at Warkworth. [more]

31/12/2008: Fashion designer Liz Mitchell
Liz Mitchell on New Zealand fashion and the traditional wedding dress. [more]

31/12/2008: Man Stubbies
A ImprovFM mocumentary. [more]

31/12/2008: Peta Mathias
The author, traveller and cook. [more]

31/12/2008: The Musings of a Cricketing Ne'er-Do-Well
Bouncers and a borrowed box. [more]

01/01/2009: Glenn Colquholn
Glenn Colquholn is a doctor and poet who will be writer in residence for Massey University. [more]

01/01/2009: Christina van Bohemen
Christina van Bohemen is the Director for the New Zealand Institute of Architects. [more]

01/01/2009: Sam Broad
Megan Whelan talks to Wellington artist Sam Broad about how he has made many iconic New Zealand images his bread and butter. [more]

01/01/2009: Wayne Anderson
Wayne Anderson star of 'Singer of Songs' and 'Glory Days'. [more]

01/01/2009: Going to the Zoo
A hear around Auckland Zoo. [more]

01/01/2009: Behind the Scenes at Auckland Zoo
What the public doesn't get to see at the zoo. [more]

01/01/2009: The Musings of a Cricketing Ne'er-Do-Well
Bouncers and a borrowed box. [more]

02/01/2009: Jill Malcolm - caravaning
Jill Malcolm is a travel writer, lecturer and the editor of 'Motorhomes, Caravans and Destinations'. [more]

02/01/2009: Troy Fergusson's music picks for 2008
'The Sampler' fill-in presenter Troy Fergusson with some musical choices that caught his ear in '08. Music is removed. [more]

02/01/2009: ImprovFM - beach serenade
A serenade for Wellington's beaches. [more]

02/01/2009: Kirk Torrence
Kirk Torrence is a actor on 'Outragous Fortune' and a former Commonealth games swimmer. [more]

02/01/2009: Kirk Torrence
Kirk Torrence is an actor on 'Outragous Fortune' and a former Commonwealth games swimmer. [more]

02/01/2009: Zoo vet
Vet Dr John Potter has been at the Zoo for almost 20 years. [more]

02/01/2009: Zoo facilities
Kate Orgias visits Auckland Zoo and speaks with Craig Pritchard manager of the New Zealand Centre for Conservation Medicine. [more]

02/01/2009: The Musings of a Cricketing Ne'er-Do-Well
Jack Perkins on the Bradolators. [more]

05/01/2009: Chief Censor Bill Hastings
New Zealand's Chief Censor Bill Hastings. [more]

05/01/2009: Jonathan Coleman
Jonathan Coleman is the new Minister of Broadcasting. [more]

05/01/2009: Maurice Smyth - Interviewing Eartha Kitt
Maurice Smyth interviewed Eartha Kitt for a fledgling NZBC. [more]

05/01/2009: John Ryan
John Ryan is a poultry shower. [more]

05/01/2009: Dominic Corry - Film Reviewer
Dominic Corry's movie picks for 2009. [more]

05/01/2009: The Musings of a Cricketing Ne'er-Do-Well
Midland, Motueka and a bit of Mozart. [more]

06/01/2009: Science with Vic Arcus
The year 2009 is the 150th anniversary of 'Origin of Species' and the 200th of its author Charles Darwin's birth. [more]

06/01/2009: Camping with Natasha Utting
Natasha Utting is the Summer Noelle camping correspondent. [more]

06/01/2009: Joe Bennett
Author and columnist Joe Bennett. [more]

06/01/2009: John Reid
New Zealand Cricket legend John Reid talks rather suitably, on the subject of cricket. [more]

06/01/2009: The Musings of a Cricketing Ne'er-Do-Well
Jack Perkins on the Samoan variant of cricket. [more]

07/01/2009: The year in politics
The buzz in The Beehive with political scientist Therese Arseneau. [more]

07/01/2009: Sir Cliff Richard for the summer holiday
Interview with Cliff's personal PA Roger Bruce and president of the NZ Cliff Richard Fan Club, Katrina Richards. [more]

07/01/2009: Neil Finn's 7 Worlds
Hugh Hughes manages to gate crash the 7 Worlds show sound check and get some info on the Auckland event. [more]

07/01/2009: Craft 2-Point-Oh
If you've read a magazine or a paper recently you'll craft is back in fashion. Sue Tyler from 2-Point-Oh in Lower Hutt. [more]

07/01/2009: Jack Perkins
The musings of a cricketing ne'er-do-well part 9. [more]

07/01/2009: Improv FM
The wonderful world of worms. [more]

08/01/2009: Investment specialist Gareth Morgan
We were glad of Gareth Morgan last year when his plain speaking helped us to make sense of the catastrophic financial meltdown. [more]

08/01/2009: Worms-R-Us - the wonderful worm farm
We continue to find ways to decrease our impact on our local environment, and save yourself some cash, with Colin McPike. [more]

08/01/2009: Architecture with Tony Orgias
We continue our summer series on architecture with 30 year design veteran, Tony Orgias. [more]

08/01/2009: PhD Student Jennifer Moore - The Tuatara
Jennifer has devoted 4 years of her life to the mating of NZ's living fossil. [more]

08/01/2009: Misheard Lyrics
President and CEO of HumorBox Entertainment Corp, Eric Barberio - parent company of KissThisGuy.com. [more]

08/01/2009: The musings of a cricketing ne'er-do-well
Jack Perkins brings us number 10 in out series,"not out, no ball, over!" [more]

09/01/2009: A life lived in the Big Top
Americus and her mother Joanna are 6th and 7th generation circus performers currently in Christchurch. [more]

09/01/2009: How to train in the circus arts
Christchurch Circo Arts Course Coordinator Chris Carrow. [more]

09/01/2009: ImprovFM - The bathplug museum
Take a tour of the bathplug museum with the help of ImprovFM. [more]

09/01/2009: Good morning from Antarctica
Craig Cary is a scientist in the middle of Antarctica's Dry Valleys studying the effects global warming is having on our planet. [more]

09/01/2009: Robyn Malcolm
As cheryl West in Outrageous Fortune, Robyn malcolm does and wears the sorts of things most of us can only dream of. [more]

09/01/2009: Joust a bit of good clean fun
Harcourt Park in Upper Hutt is playing host to a world class display of medieval jousting this weekend. [more]

09/01/2009: The musings of a cricketing ne'er-do-well
Jack Perkins presents number 11 in our summer series; the trevails of travel. [more]

12/01/2009: Jacquie Brown
Talks with Noelle about the Jacquie Brown Daries. [more]

12/01/2009: Paul Ellis
Music Manager and Presenter Paul Ellis takes a look at New Zealand Broadcasting Standards for us. [more]

12/01/2009: ImprovFM - The bathplug museum
Take a tour of the bathplug museum with the help of ImprovFM. [more]

12/01/2009: The Musings of a Cricketing Ne'er-Do--Well
Jack Perkins' thoughts on the world of Cricket. [more]

12/01/2009: Kate Mead
Radio New Zealand Concert's Kate Mead with her recent music picks [more]

12/01/2009: Dominic Corry
Film Reviewer Dominic Corry on horrible, horrible horror. [more]

12/01/2009: The Musings of a Cricketing Ne'er-Do--Well
Jack Perkins' thoughts on the world of Cricket. [more]

13/01/2009: Weather Forcasting
Veteran forecaster Eric Brenstrum on how to read the weather and some of the disasters from 2008. [more]

13/01/2009: Stamp collecting
Long time Stamp Dealer and Collector John Mowbray. [more]

13/01/2009: Music 101
Reb Fountain and her Bandits, talking to Kirsten Johnstone. [more]

13/01/2009: Ken West
Australian founder of the Big Day Out tells us what kind of ride it has been for him and what he hopes for in the future. [more]

13/01/2009: Wine
Wine man Michael Cooper takes us through his busy 2008, two books and many tastings. [more]

13/01/2009: Jack Perkins
Musings of a cricketing Ne'er Do Well. [more]

14/01/2009: Religion
Professor of Religion Mike Grimshaw joins us and talks about New Zealand being a secular country. [more]

14/01/2009: The Mots
Auckland based band The Mots play LIVE in preparation for the Big Day Out. [more]

14/01/2009: Product of Christchurch
Summer Noelle reporter Amanda Peter speaks with musician Rob Collins, and Bats Arts Manager Stephanie Walker. [more]

14/01/2009: Anthony Ritchie
Contemporary Opera composer Anthony Ritchie on how popular opera is in New Zealand. [more]

14/01/2009: Music review
Reviewer Amanda Mills lets us know how band the Arctic Monkeys got on in Wellington last night. [more]

14/01/2009: Professor Doug Sellman
Professor Doug Sellman on addictions and why are we putting on the pounds apart from it being Summer. [more]

14/01/2009: Jack Perkins
Musings of a cricketing Ne'er Do Well. [more]

15/01/2009: Rhian Sheehan
The Wellington-based musician talks about his busy 2008, his latest deal with the Astronomers and becoming a father again. [more]

15/01/2009: Harry McNaughton
Actor Harry McNaughton who plays Gerald on Shorty Street talks tv and standards. [more]

15/01/2009: Product of Christchurch
Summer Noelle Reporter Amanda Peter speaks with film maker Stephen Ballantyne. [more]

15/01/2009: Campbell Smith
Promoter and organiser of The Big Day Out prepares for the largest music festival in the country. [more]

15/01/2009: Roger Tibbs
Megan Whelan uncovers the life of country musician and yodeller Roger Tibbs. [more]

15/01/2009: Gordon Moller
We continue our Architecture series with Architect Gordon Moller. [more]

15/01/2009: Jack Perkins
Musings of a cricketing Ne'er Do Well. [more]

16/01/2009: Feature guest - Dr Russel Norman
The Green Party co-leader elucidates his party's hopes and aspirations for the country in the coming year. [more]

16/01/2009: The Searchers' frontman Frank Allen
Frank talks about the Mersey sound of times gone by and why he's in Upper Hutt. [more]

16/01/2009: Auckland Philharmonia
We pop along to the Auckland Philhamonic's summer camp rehearsal. [more]

16/01/2009: Baden Norris
Antarctic historian. [more]

16/01/2009: ImprovFM - Sounds hysterical
Featuring one A. Einstein. [more]

16/01/2009: The Musings of a Cricketing Ne'er-Do-Well
Bags goes bananas. [more]

19/01/2009: John Key
The prime minister talks about the economy, his broken arm and the the year ahead. [more]

19/01/2009: Sam Hunt
Poet and performer speaks about his upcoming shows with legend Leonard Cohen. [more]

19/01/2009: Nick Dwyer
A musical journey thoughout the world with Nick Dwyr, presenter of television show Making Tracks. [more]

19/01/2009: Film
With lofty subjects such as - Does Tom Cruise still matter? with Dominic Corry. [more]

19/01/2009: Jack Perkins
Musings of a cricketing Ne'er Do Well. [more]

20/01/2009: Bill English
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Hon Bill English looking at the current economic situation. [more]

20/01/2009: David Skilling
Former CEO of the New Zealand Institute discusses his time at the NZ Institute, how it began and its purpose. [more]

20/01/2009: Product of Christchurch
The Ureka Trust World Buskers Festival is in Christchurch this week, Amanda Peter caught up with Festival Director Jodie Wright. [more]

20/01/2009: Mary Livingstone
Auckland based woman who says it's never too late to follow your dreams. [more]

20/01/2009: Nick Paris
Chairman of the Odeon Theatre Trust in Christchurch. [more]

20/01/2009: Tim Van Dammen
We speak with Music Video maker and drummer about the reality of music videos. [more]

20/01/2009: Jack Perkins
Musings of a cricketing Ne'er Do Well. [more]

21/01/2009: Lana Judd
Zookeeper Lana Judd talks about her recent trip to Vietnam to help at the Cuc Phuong Turtle Conservation Center. [more]

21/01/2009: Mary Lambie
Mary Lambie is currently pushing her way through the thousands of people in Washington for Obama's inauguration. [more]

21/01/2009: Lewis Scott
Poet Lewis Scott is in our Wellington studio, he will be treating us to some poetry for Obama in celebration. [more]

21/01/2009: Sarah Beattie
Sarah Beattie, is a violinist with group Pacific Curls. [more]

21/01/2009: Jack Perkins
Musings of a cricketing Ne'er Do Well. [more]

22/01/2009: Dr Simon Clarke
The day after a new US president takes office we speak to Professor Simon Clarke about Paternalism. [more]

22/01/2009: Robyn Tapp
Robyn is Clerk of Scales at Wellington Racing Club and other courses. Robyn has weighed the jockeys since 1980. [more]

22/01/2009: David Dell
Megan Whelan speaks with a man who has made his life about looking after New Zealand sheet music. [more]

22/01/2009: Professor Paul Morris on Leonard Cohen
Professor Morris shares his memories of his first Leonard Cohen concert. [more]

22/01/2009: Architecture
Ken Crosson finishes off our Architectural Series with his experience and opinions of the world of architecture. [more]

22/01/2009: Jack Perkins
Musings of a cricketing Ne'er Do Well. [more]

23/01/2009: Peter Griffin
Manager of The Science Media Centre. [more]

23/01/2009: Weather
Weekend weather update and a look at the year ahead with Metservice guru Bob McDavitt. [more]

23/01/2009: Rodney Hide
The minister for local government talks about his year ahead and his place in New Zealand politics. [more]

23/01/2009: Dick Orkin
Creator and Voice of Chickenman. [more]

23/01/2009: Architecture
Callum and James Architect students. [more]

23/01/2009: Jack Perkins
Musings of a cricketing Ne'er Do Well. [more]

28/12/2009: Armed Forces stationed in Sudan
Major Terry McDonald spoke to us from Khartoum in Sudan. [more]

28/12/2009: Kiwis who should be famous - Materoa Ngarimu Reedy
National MP Hekia Parata nominated her great-grandmother, Meteroa Ngarimu Reedy 1881-1944. In her entry in the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography says, "Her skilled oratory and her extensive knowledge of history, tradition and lore made her a formidable exponent and repository of tribal knowledge. It has been said that 'to hear Materoa speak on a marae was an education in itself, not only for the uninitiated, but also for those who were knowledgeable.'" [more]

28/12/2009: Graham Beattie's Books for the Bach
Graham is that rare thing, the true bibliophile, with tastes that run to the omnivorous. [more]

28/12/2009: Armed Forces stationed in Sinai
We are joined by Warrant Officer Class one, Kevin Cowsill, who is in the Sinai. [more]

28/12/2009: Tui science project
Fabiana Kukbe tells us about her 'citizen science' project to get people involved in collecting important data on the Tui over the summer. [more]

28/12/2009: 1001 best things to do and see in New Zealand
Peter Janssen is a one man walking encyclopedia of the sites and sounds of New Zealand. [more]

28/12/2009: Album of the Decade
In the future what music will we look back on that we'll identify with this decade? [more]

29/12/2009: Words of the Decade
Mark Broatch is the author of "In a Word". He is in the studio to discuss how our language has evolved over the last 10 years. [more]

29/12/2009: Kiwis who should be famous - Alyn Ware
Labour MP Phil Twyford nominates peace activist Alyn Ware - one of the world's most effective peace workers, who has led key initiatives for peace education and nuclear abolition in New Zealand and internationally over the past 25 years. [more]

29/12/2009: Simon Pound's media world
Media reporter Simon Pound joins Noelle to talk through the highs and lows of the media over the past year. [more]

29/12/2009: The Way We Wore
Wallace Chapman cast his eye over what kiwis have been wearing over the last 10 years and how our fashion sense has changed. [more]

29/12/2009: 1001 Best Things to do and see in New Zealand
Peter Janssen, continues his guide around New Zealand - today he'll be telling us where to take the kids over the next few weeks. [more]

29/12/2009: Armed Forces stationed in Afgahistan
Steven Fisher is a patrol commander and joined us on the line from Afgahistan. [more]

29/12/2009: Album of the Decade choice - James Milne
In the future what music will we look back on that we'll identify with this decade? [more]

30/12/2009: PR Disasters of 2009
As those who practice the dark arts of Public Relations will tell you, it's all about how you handle these things. [more]

30/12/2009: Kiwis who should be famous - Sharon Thorburn
Sharon Thorburn from Kotuku Choir is Tim Shadbolt's unsung hero. He tells us why he thinks she should be more famous. [more]

30/12/2009: "Palinzation"and women in politics
The Deputy Editor of Newsweek, Julia Baird, joins Noelle to discuss one the highest selling political memoirs of all time - Sarah Palin's"Going Rogue". [more]

30/12/2009: Citizen Reporters
We'll hear from our people on the ground in Napier and Wanaka in the run up to New Year. [more]

30/12/2009: Feature interview with Mayor Tim Shadbolt
The Mayor of Invercargill talks sport, pigs, supercities and deputy Mayors in a candid round up of a year in Southland. [more]

30/12/2009: 1001 Best Things to do and see in New Zealand
Peter Janssen has got more things for us to see and do around New Zealand while we're on our holidays. [more]

30/12/2009: Music reviewer Troy Fergusson
Troy has been casting a discerning ear over some of the finest releases of the year 2009. [more]

31/12/2009: David Slack: A year in politics
Blogger and speech writer David Slack dissects the political year. [more]

31/12/2009: Kiwis who should be famous - Peter Hogg
Associate Professor of Law at Otago University Andrew Geddis nominates Peter Hogg who is originally from New Zealand but is now the leading authority on constituational law in Canada. [more]

31/12/2009: Films of 2009 with Dominic Corry
Dominic will be discussing, among others, Avatar, District 9, and (500) Days of Summer. [more]

31/12/2009: Citizen report
We head out to our people on the ground around the country. [more]

31/12/2009: The events that made the noughties
Tim Footman, author of 'Noughties: A Decade That Changed The World', joins Noelle to discuss the legacy of the last 10 years. [more]

31/12/2009: Peter Janssen's tour of NZ
We're back now with our feature on the best things to see and do in New Zealand. [more]

01/01/2010: Organic Gardening for the New Year
Gardening expert Robert Guyton joins Noelle from Riverton with some great tips and advice for getting things growing in the New Year. [more]

01/01/2010: Kiwis who should be famous - Geoff Cochrane
Susanna Andrew from the New Zealand Book Council nominates poet Geoff Cochrane - his writing has been described as, 'spare in form and precise in language'. [more]

01/01/2010: Non Fiction books for the bach
Graham Beattie from Beatties book Blog (beattiesbookblog.blogspot.com) gives us another selection of books to keep us occupied over summer. [more]

01/01/2010: Kiwi Summer Overseas
New Zealand's finest stationed in Lebanon tell us how they've been celebrating the festive season. [more]

01/01/2010: Feature interview with John Barnett
New Zealand's best known TV producer, responsible for Whale Rider, Sione's Wedding and Go Girls to name a few joins Noelle in the studio to talk about what the magic ingredient is for a tv or film script. [more]

04/01/2010: Interior Design
If you don't know the difference between a throw and a blanket, (hint, throws are to be flung!) or a roman blind and a Venetian blind and you've got no idea how to scatter your cushions, keep listening for your education in interior design. [more]

04/01/2010: Kiwis who should be famous - Jonathan Dennis
Film exhibitionist, radio presenter (of The Film Show on Radio New Zealand), filmmaker, archivist and all around impressive NZer. Emma Kelly got in touch with Summer Noelle to nominate Jonathan Dennis because she was concerned his work to set the NZ Film Archive was being forgotten. [more]

04/01/2010: Sciblog website
Sciblog is the brain child of the Science Media Centre and was started earlier this year. [more]

04/01/2010: Sports psychology
Vicki Aitken is a consultant in sports psychology and joins us on the line from Waiheke. [more]

04/01/2010: Student reporter - James Ransley
Today we're visiting the Kapiti Coast and James Ransley is standing by. [more]

05/01/2010: Al Fastier from Antarctic
The restoration and conservation work of several key historic sites in Antartica continues. [more]

05/01/2010: Kiwis Who Should Be Famous - Dr Brian Mason
Simon Nathan told us about his unsung hero, the late Dr Brian Mason - an expert on meteorites who was involved in the study of moon rocks in the 1970s. [more]

05/01/2010: Media Correspondent: Simon Pound
Simon Pound talks us through the highs and lows of TV news during the silly season, as well as the infatuation with the 'live cross' during the flagship television news bulletins. Is it really necessary? [more]

05/01/2010: Teen Fiction - is a Vampire story ever just a vampire story?
The Twilight Saga has stolen the hearts of many young girls as well as more mature women who should know better. Or so says Gina Barreca a professor of feminist theory in the US. She joins Noelle to deconstruct the literary phenomenon that is The Twilight Saga. [more]

05/01/2010: Unusual sports: Ultimate Frisbee
When we think of social sports we think about netball or touch rugby or tennis ... but have you ever heard of Ultimate? [more]

05/01/2010: Feature Interview: CK Stead
C.K. Stead, the novelist, literary critic, poet and essayist, joins Noelle for a wide ranging discussion about literature, the process of writing, New Zealand and the Seresin Landfall Residency. [more]

06/01/2010: Skiking - what's that?
Scott Kvivk was looking for something unusual to do as he travelled from Cape Reinga to Bluff during his summer holiday and he found it in the form of some skikes. [more]

06/01/2010: Kiwis who should be famous - Dr Guy Jansen
Felicia Edgecombe has nominated a man who's had a great influence one many young Kiwis through the New Zealand Youth Choir. Dr Guy Jansen has worked in music education and been the inspiration of many choirs over his long career. [more]

06/01/2010: Science Spot
Gareth Renowden from the blog Hot Topic and sciblogs.co.nz joins the show to discuss everything from Copenhagen and the science of climate change to what the white Christmas in Europe really tells us about the environment. [more]

06/01/2010: New Music in 2010
Troy Ferguson gives his selection of the best the new year has to offer. [more]

07/01/2010: Ricki Herbert
The head coach of the All Whites and the Wellington Phoenix Ricki Herbert joins Noelle to talk about the beautiful game. [more]

07/01/2010: Kiwis who should be famous - Bob Brockie
Bob Brockie is today's nomination for a New Zealander who deserves more attention. Judith Holloway champions Dr Brockie because of"his services to science, good sense and political wit." [more]

07/01/2010: Films for 2010 with Dominic Corry
Dominic Corry with his pick of the flicks that will be hitting the silver screen this year including 'Up In The Air' and 'Precious'. [more]

07/01/2010: Feature interview with Marc Abrahams
The Ig Nobel Awards was started 20 years ago by the editor of the Annals of Improbable Research: Marc Abrahams. [more]

07/01/2010: Our man in Melbourne
We've sent Matthew Crawford to dig around in Melbourne's La Trobe Reading Room in Victoria's State Library. He's dug up some interesting stories about our cousin's founding fathers. [more]

08/01/2010: Locavores
You've probably heard of locavorism... unlike Ultimate and skiking, it's not a sport. It's actually a way of living. [more]

08/01/2010: Kiwis who should be famous - Joseph Sinel
Joseph Sinel is credited with being the father of industrial design. Although this New Zealander went overseas to make his name, Michael Smythe says this unsung hero remained a Kiwi at heart. [more]

08/01/2010: Television
Fiona Rae, tv reviewer from The Listener, joins us to discuss what's coming up on television this year. [more]

08/01/2010: Best gig ever (part 1)
We've been asking you all week about the best gig you've ever been to. [more]

08/01/2010: Ignobel Winner
We speak to Dr James Watson. [more]

08/01/2010: Best gig ever (part 2)
We've been asking you all week about the best gig you've ever been to. [more]

11/01/2010: Under 19 Cricket World Cup in New Zealand
Sixteen teams from around the world will compete in the tournament which gets underway proper at the end of the week. We speak to the tournament's director, Tim Murdoch. [more]

11/01/2010: Kiwis who should be famous - Belinda Race
In a way, today's candidate represents the many people around the country who work away without recognition, or financial reward and yet have an immeasurable effect on the people she's working with. Belinda Race has given up countless hours of her time to teach the youngsters in her community gymnastics. Now, one of the families she's helped wants to give her a bit of recognition. [more]

11/01/2010: World Music with Nick Dwyer
A preview of music from around the world to look forward to in 2010. [more]

11/01/2010: Feature Interview with Professor Simon Frith
Simon Frith talks music sociology and the culture of pop as we discuss what makes a gig great. Is it the crowd or performers or venue,or a heady mix of all three? [more]

11/01/2010: Best Gigs Ever
More memories of gigs that made a lasting impression. [more]

12/01/2010: Sea Lions and Mohua
DOC Ranger Graeme Loh tells us about the work that's underway to the protect the Mohua in the Catlins as well as how cheeky Sea Lions are causing problems for boaties in the Otago Harbour. [more]

12/01/2010: Kiwis who should be famous - Daniel Carlsson Solander and Herman Sporing
Delving into New Zealand's history with our nomination for a Kiwi Who Should be Famous. Margit Brew has nominated two gentlemen who accompanied Cook on his first voyage to New Zealand on board Endeavour. Daniel Carlsson Solander and Herman Sporing who were the botanists that inspired the naming of Botanist Bay. [more]

12/01/2010: Media with Simon Pound
Simon looks into the world of social media and networking from Facebook to twitter and all the way back to MySpace. [more]

12/01/2010: Natasha Conland: Curator of the 4th Auckland Triennial
Nastaha Conland is gearing up for 4th Auckland Triennial which starts on March 12. It's the cornerstone exhibition of international contemporary art in New Zealand. The theme for the exhibition is"Last Ride in a Hot Air Balloon" [more]

13/01/2010: Joe Conrad
Waka are already beginning to gather at Waitangi for this year's celebrations on February the 6th. [more]

13/01/2010: Kiwis who should be famous - The Mayor of Thorndon Campaign
The Mayor of Thorndon Campaign which ran annually from the 1940s to the 1960s has been nominated as a piece of New Zealand's history that should be remembered. Graham McCready explains how his father with a group of drinking buddies from Thordon started the bogus mayoral campaign as a way to raise money for blind children in Wellington. [more]

13/01/2010: Sci Blog
We're dipping into sciblogs.co.nz again to pick the brains of another scientist. The blog pulls together some of the best science communicators in the country into one place on the internet where they write about their area of expertise in a way that we can all understand. [more]

13/01/2010: Dizzee Rascal
Come Friday the crowds will be converging on Auckland's Mt Smart for the annual rite of passage that is the Big Day Out, and headlining the bill this year is a young musician by the name of Dylan Kwabana Mills, better known as Dizzee Rascal. [more]

14/01/2010: Terrence O'Brien
On the eve of US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's arrival to New Zealand as part of a 9 day, 3 country Pacific visit , Terence O Brien, founding Director of the Centre for Strategic Studies in Victoria University, Wellington, joins us now, for a look at the evolving relationship between New Zealand and the US. [more]

14/01/2010: Mayor of Thorndon follow up
Karen Billings joined Summer Noelle to fill in the gaps about what happened to the Mayor of Thorndon. [more]

14/01/2010: Kiwis who should be famous - Sir Robert Macintosh
Sir Robert Macintosh (1897-1989) became the second Professor of Anaesthetics in the world. He invented the laryngoscope which remains the most widely used piece of anaesthetic equipment in the world. Graham Sharpe nominates Sir Robert, a son of Timaru. Dr Graham Sharpe joined Summer Noelle to tell us about him. [more]

14/01/2010: Beach Ball
Organisers of the International Beach Volley Ball tour that is currently on in New Zealand are keen for even more people to get involved. Neil Prudon is the tournament organiser. [more]

14/01/2010: Gin Wigmore
Gin Wigmore, considered one of the women of 2009. [more]

14/01/2010: Matthew Crawford
"The dome and its ascending galleries seemed like a giant brain vaulting towards the heavens"- so said the author Arnold Zable about the La Trobe Reading Room in the State of Library of Victoria. [more]

15/01/2010: Haiti: Oxfam NZ Director Barry Coates
We hear what aid inroads are underway or planned to help the disaster struck Caribbean nation on the west side of the island of Hispaniola. [more]

15/01/2010: Photographer Norrie Montgomery
The photography of the famous and the foibles of a paparazzo. [more]

15/01/2010: Kiwis who should be famous - John Mawson
Dr Caroline Miller nominates John Mawson, a town planner who was instrumental in convincing local councils in New Zealand of the need to carefully plan towns and cities. [more]

15/01/2010: Young New Zealanders of the Year - Divya Dhar
We hear about this Auckland based nominee who's a medical, social and climate change campaigner. [more]

15/01/2010: Short+Sweet
Theatre director Amanda Rees talks about the Short+Sweet festival - all plays are 10 minutes long so if you can't stand one, don't worry there'll be another coming along in 9 minutes! [more]

15/01/2010: Scot Milligan from the BDO 2010
Scot Milligan on the phone from the Big Day Out. [more]

15/01/2010: Rattle ya dags - your daily kick in the pants
The creators of a website that gives you bitesized pieces of motivation everyday join Noelle to talk about filming their project and giving people a kick in the pants. [more]

17/01/2010: Will a super city equal an even more super country?
As the holidays end and many ease back to work, we take a look at some of the big issues on the table in 2010. Starting with gargantuan task of creating the Auckland Supercity. [more]

18/01/2010: Kiwis Who Should be Famous - Arnolis Hayman
Anne-Marie Brady nominates Arnolis Hayman (1890-1971) - a New Zealand missionary who was kidnapped and held hostage during the Chinese Communist Party's infamous Long March. [more]

18/01/2010: Young New Zealander of the Year
Matt Truman is the second finalist in the Young New Zealander of the Year - we speak to him about his work as President and Chairman of CanTeen Board. [more]

18/01/2010: Sarah Hopkinson on Visual Art
Sarah casts her eye over some of the big events that are coming up this year and the rising stars on the New Zealand art landscape. [more]

18/01/2010: The Beatles Let it Be - 40 years on
2010 is a big year for Beatles fans. It's 40 since the album Let it Be was released ... and 40 years since the fab four broke up. We speak to Dr Mike Brocken, course director and principal lecturer for the 'Beatles Popular Music and amp; Society' MA at Liverpool Hope University. [more]

18/01/2010: Pause for Pinter..
Theatre director Caroline Bell-Booth joins Noelle in the studio to talk about her new play, The Lover by Harold Pinter. [more]

19/01/2010: Pita Sharples
We ask the co-leader of the Maori Party, Pita Sharples, about his summer break and what he's looking forward to most in 2010. [more]

19/01/2010: Rodney Hide
Rodney Hide on his year in politics and his plans as Local Government Minister. [more]

19/01/2010: Kiwis who should be famous - Grant Quinn
Grant Quinn, founder of Special Olympics New Zealand is today's nominee. [more]

19/01/2010: Young New Zealander of the Year
The third finalist for Young Kiwi of the Year is Vanisa Dhiru. She's being recognised as a leader and role model, and for her extensive voluntary and community work. [more]

19/01/2010: Fiona Campbell - The Real Art Roadshow
Bill drops in for chat about what's been catching his watchful eye in the worlds of film and literature. [more]

19/01/2010: Bill Hastings - Chief Censor
Bill drops in to chat about what's been catching his office's watchful eye. [more]

20/01/2010: Metiria Turei
The Green Party co-leader chats to us about camping, picnics and getting heard in Parliament and beyond. [more]

20/01/2010: Kiwis who should be famous - Dr Doug Jolly
Mark Derby nominates Dr Doug Jolly, who served during the Spanish Civil War and was an influential figure in the field of military medical practice. [more]

20/01/2010: Books for 2010 with Graham Beattie
Bookman Graham Beattie previews some of the most anticipated titles coming out in 2010. [more]

20/01/2010: Isaac's fashion week
Our roving fashion reporter, Isaac Hindin Miller has checked out fashion week in Milan. We catch up with him before he jets off to Paris. [more]

20/01/2010: Sciblogger Brendan Moyle
Brendon joins us to talk about tigers, crocodiles and why the good looking animals have a better chance of survival. [more]

21/01/2010: Phil Goff
It's the leader of the Opposition's turn in the hot seat. Labour leader Phil Goff joins Noelle in the studio to talk about what's going to be on his plate in 2010. [more]

21/01/2010: Kiwis who should be famous - Ruatara
Professor Alison Jones nominates Ruatara - an entrepreneurial chief in the 1800s who helped the first four settlers at Rangihoua and was key in the establishment of the first school. [more]

21/01/2010: The Media Landscape with Simon Pound
Computer games and the bizarre junction between summer programming on tv and radio and the resumption of normal service. [more]

21/01/2010: Featured guest: Judy Bennett
Professor Judy Bennett joins Noelle to discuss her major new project - trying to trace the children of Pacific Island women and American servicemen during World War II. [more]

22/01/2010: John Key
The Prime Minister is the politician in the hot seat today and we'll be putting the tough questions to him about his holidays and BBQs with royalty. [more]

22/01/2010: Kiwis who should be famous - Major General Sandy Thomas
Denis McLean nominates Major General Sandy Thomas for his spectacular and successful military career as well as his extraordinary adventures in various parts of the world. [more]

22/01/2010: Shane Bosher
Shane joins Noelle in the studio to talk about the coming year for The Silo Theatre and the state of our nation's theatres. [more]

22/01/2010: End of the Summer Noelle Season Debate
Peter Elliot and Ginette McDonald join Noelle to talk through some weighty issues like the ingredients to a perfect summer; the news story of the summer and what's been the most irritating thing of the last few weeks. [more]

27/12/2010: Feature Guest - Helen Clark
Noelle interviews former NZ Prime Minister Helen Clark. [more]

27/12/2010: Social media commentator David Slack
The Year in Social Media. [more]

27/12/2010: Objects that Changed the World
An interview with British museum curator Doctor J.D. Hill. [more]

27/12/2010: Christmas in Lapland
Noelle intervviews Jim Mora who is on holiday in Lapland. [more]

27/12/2010: Kiwis on Duty
Noelle interviews Flight Lieutenant George Cossford in Sinai. [more]

27/12/2010: Resounding Radio (Part 1)
Part 1 of a documentary on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. [more]

27/12/2010: Songs of Summer
Graeme Reid is choosing this weeks songs. [more]

27/12/2010: Food heroes
Food writer Simon Farrell - Green joins Noelle in the studio. [more]

27/12/2010: Summer Recipes
With Jacob Brown from 'The Larder' in Wellington. [more]

28/12/2010: Feature Guest - Justin Cronin
Author of 'The Passage', published in 2010 by Ballantine Books a division of Random House. [more]

28/12/2010: The words of 2010
Mark Broatch talks about the new popular words of 2010. [more]

28/12/2010: Kiwi inventions
With Auckland Museum Curator - Richard Wolfe. [more]

28/12/2010: Kiwi Inventers
With Grant Ryan inventer of the Yike Bike. [more]

28/12/2010: The Kiwi Bach
Kirsty Cameron talks about her book 'The Kiwi Bach Companion'. [more]

28/12/2010: Resounding Radio (Part 2)
Part 2 of a documentary on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. [more]

28/12/2010: Songs of summer
Graeme Reid is choosing this weeks songs. [more]

28/12/2010: Australian Correspondent
Rachel Antony joins the show to talk about cricket and floods. [more]

28/12/2010: Australian cricket
John Bishop reports on the Ashes series competition. [more]

28/12/2010: Kiwis on duty
Noelle McCarthy interviews Major Malcolm Ayres who is stationed in Sudan. [more]

28/12/2010: Kiwi Inventors - Richard Little
He is one of the inventors of Rex, the Robotic Exoskeleton, a pair of robotic legs that enables you to stand up and walk with your arms free. [more]

29/12/2010: Feature Interview - Peter Conradi
Co-author of 'The King's speech - How one man saved the British monarchy'. [more]

29/12/2010: Kiwis on duty
Nita Smith at Antartica. [more]

29/12/2010: Kiwis on duty
Anna Simmonds is a hut warden in Mount Aspiring National Park. [more]

29/12/2010: Kiwi Inventors - Nick Williams
He is the inventor of Quake Safe Chimneys. [more]

29/12/2010: Royals watcher news
Our royal correspondent Phil Damper joins us. [more]

29/12/2010: The books of 2010
Noelle talks with award-winning New Zealand author, columnist, journalist and editor, Steve Braunias. [more]

29/12/2010: Resounding Radio (Part 3)
Part 3 of a documentary on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. [more]

29/12/2010: Songs of summer
Graeme Reid is choosing this weeks songs. [more]

29/12/2010: The music of 2010
Troy Fergusson with some musical choices that caught his ear in 2010. [more]

29/12/2010: Music festival report
Jacob Brown gives us an update from the Rhythm and Vines festival in Gisborne. [more]

30/12/2010: Feature guest
Noelle interviews travel writer Doug Lansky. [more]

30/12/2010: USA politics for 2010
Julia Baird is the former deputy editor of Newsweek. [more]

30/12/2010: Denis Dutton remembered
Vicki Hyde is a New Zealand science writer and editor, and chair-entity of the New Zealand Skeptics. [more]

30/12/2010: Kiwi Inventors - Glenn Martin
Inventor of the ' Martin Jetpack'. [more]

30/12/2010: Kiwis on duty
Westpac Rescue Helicopter Pilot, Dave Walley. [more]

30/12/2010: Gardening Correspondent: summer gardening tips
With Andrew Steens in his garden. [more]

30/12/2010: Live report from Nelson
Nellie Tuck reports on happenings in Nelson. [more]

30/12/2010: Resounding Radio (Part 4)
Part 4 of a documentary on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. [more]

30/12/2010: Songs of summer
Graeme Reid is choosing this weeks songs. [more]

30/12/2010: The movies of 2010
Dominic Corry looks back on the movies of 2010. [more]

30/12/2010: NZ pop culture icons
Mitchell Hawkes is author of '100 New Zealand Pop Culture Stories: From Billy T to Nuclear Free'. [more]

31/12/2010: Feature Guest
Noelle interviews new knight Sir Raymond"Ray"Avery. [more]

31/12/2010: Sports ups and downs in 2010
Noelle talks to sports commentator John McBeth. [more]

31/12/2010: Golfers last day
Two young Kiwi lawyers are on the verge of completing their dream run - a year, or 365 days of playing golf on a different course every day around the world. [more]

31/12/2010: Kiwi inventors - Jamie Fenton
Inventor of a sound level device for use in pre-schools. [more]

31/12/2010: Kiwis on duty
Air Traffic Controller in Queenstown, Peter Lund-Jackson. [more]

31/12/2010: The Science Spot
Noelle talks with science blogger Siouxsie Wiles. [more]

31/12/2010: Another new year's honor recipient
Noelle talks with Alison Holst. [more]

31/12/2010: Resounding Radio (Part 5)
Part 5 of a documentary on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. [more]

31/12/2010: The year that was
Noelle talks with actor Peter Elliot and script writer James Griffin. [more]

31/12/2010: Songs of summer
Graeme Reid is choosing this weeks songs. [more]

03/01/2011: Feature Guest - Ricki Herbert
All Whites coach, Ricki Herbert. [more]

03/01/2011: The good things of 2010 and what's to come in 2011
Noelle talks to commentator David Slack. [more]

03/01/2011: Ipredictions
Matt Burgess bring us the latest Ipredict website forecasts. [more]

03/01/2011: NZ Inventions
Noelle talks to the founder of the Kiwi Ingenuity website, John Poppleton. [more]

03/01/2011: Kiwis on duty
Prison officer, Lisa Murphy. [more]

03/01/2011: Solar powered kiwi Bach
New Zealands entry in the US governments Solar Decathlon competition. [more]

03/01/2011: Resounding Radio (Part 6)
Part 6 of a documentary on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. [more]

03/01/2011: Songs of summer
Grant Smithies is choosing this weeks songs. [more]

03/01/2011: Fine food
Noelle interviews food correspondent Simon Farrell-Green. [more]

03/01/2011: Summer Recipes
With Jacob Brown from 'The Larder' in Wellington. [more]

04/01/2011: Feature Guest - Natalie Anderson
Noelle interviews author Natalie Anderson . [more]

04/01/2011: The best books of 2010
Graham Beattie brings us a range of 2010 books to read. [more]

04/01/2011: Kiwis on duty
We talk to Gisborne lifesaver Rocky Hall. [more]

04/01/2011: Kiwi inventors
Andrew Hornblow, inventer of the data catchers. [more]

04/01/2011: Your place - St Arnaud
Nick King talks about his town. [more]

04/01/2011: Jim Flynn - Top five essential reads
Intelligence expert, professor of politics and author of 'The Torchlight List: Around the World in 200 Books'. Jim believes that reading great literature could be better than a university education and his top five essential reads are - The Slave, by Isaac Bashevis Singer; The Bridge of San Luis Rey, by Thornton Wilder; The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald; Spark of Life, by Erich Maria Remarque; End as a Man, by Calder Willingham. [more]

04/01/2011: Resounding Radio (Part 7)
Part 7 of a documentary on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. [more]

04/01/2011: Womans Tennis
Noelle talks to Murray Williams at the tennis. [more]

04/01/2011: Queensland's floods
Noelle talks to Rachel Antony about the on going situation. [more]

04/01/2011: NZ pop culture icons
Mitchell Hawkes is author of '100 New Zealand Pop Culture Stories: From Billy T to Nuclear Free'. [more]

05/01/2011: Feature Guest - Dianne Warren
She is a prolific American songwriter, her songs have received six Academy Award nominations. [more]

05/01/2011: Writing a hit song
Noelle talks to song writer Arthur Baysting. [more]

05/01/2011: UK Correspondant
Noelle talks to Kathy Cumming in London. [more]

05/01/2011: Queensland floods
Noelle talks to Tony Higgins at the Fitzroy Hotel, Rockhampton, Queensland. [more]

05/01/2011: Kiwis on duty
Grace Lebassi, camping ground proprietor at French Pass. [more]

05/01/2011: Kiwi inventors
Joy Alcock, inventor of the word detective english learning system. [more]

05/01/2011: The books of 2010
Noelle talks with award-winning New Zealand author, columnist, journalist and editor, Steve Braunias.Noelle talks to award-winning New Zealand author, columnist, journalist and editor, award-winning New Zealand author, columnist, journalist and editor, Steve Braunias. [more]

05/01/2011: Resounding Radio (Part 8)
Part 8 of a documentary on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. [more]

05/01/2011: Songs of summer
Grant Smithies is choosing this weeks songs. [more]

05/01/2011: The summer night sky
Alan Gilmore from the Mt John Observatory. [more]

05/01/2011: New music for 2011
Our music expert Troy Ferfuson is in the studio. [more]

06/01/2011: Feature Guest - Adam Bradley
Noelle interviews Rap music expert Adam Bradley. [more]

06/01/2011: Feature Guest - Chuck D
Noelle interviews Public Enemy band member Chuck D. [more]

06/01/2011: US Correspondent
Noelle talks with Julia Biard in the US. [more]

06/01/2011: Kiwi inventors
Noelle talks with Warren Tatham inventor of the 'sushezi'. [more]

06/01/2011: Womans tennis
Murray Williams gives an update on the tennis in Auckland. [more]

06/01/2011: Jim Flynn - America
The Torchlight List - Around the World in 200 Books. America: Dos Passos: USA; Gore Vidal: Burr, 1876, Lincoln, Empire, Hollywood, The Golden Age; Bruce Catton trilogy: Mr Lincoln's Army, Glory Road, A Stillness at Appomattox. also, The Centennial History of the Civil War; Irving Howe: World of Our Fathers: The Journey of the East European Jews to America and the Life They Found and Made; Oscar Handlin: The Uprooted; John Kennedy Toole: Confederacy of Dunces; Sue Kaufman: Diary of a Mad Housewife. [more]

06/01/2011: Australian history of invention and innovation
Matthew Crawford is on the line from Melbourne. [more]

06/01/2011: Resounding Radio (Part 9)
Part 9 of a documentary on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. [more]

06/01/2011: Songs of summer
Grant Smithies is choosing this weeks songs. [more]

06/01/2011: Film Correspondent - Dominic Corry
Dominic Corry talks about new releases for 2011. [more]

06/01/2011: Gardening Correspondent: summer fruit crops
Noelle talks with Andrew Steens about summer fruit crops. [more]

07/01/2011: Feature Guest - William Trubridge
William Trubridge is a world champian free diver. [more]

07/01/2011: Sports Commentator
Noelle talks with John McBeth. [more]

07/01/2011: Kiwi Inventors
Ben Tombs talks to Noelle about his father Dr David Tombs. [more]

07/01/2011: Kiwis on duty
Noelle talks with Susan Kelly in Papua New Guinea. [more]

07/01/2011: Science Spot
Noelle talks to science blogger Peter Kerr. [more]

07/01/2011: Resounding Radio (Part 10)
Part 10 of a documentary on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. [more]

07/01/2011: Songs of summer
Grant Smithies is choosing this weeks songs. [more]

07/01/2011: James Griffin and Peter Elliott
Views and opinions on the first week that was 2011. [more]

10/01/2011: Feature Guest - Cornel West
He is an American philosopher, author, critic, actor, civil rights activist and prominent member of the Democratic Socialists of America. [more]

10/01/2011: Media Commentator
Noelle talks with David Slack. [more]

10/01/2011: Kiwi inventors
Noelle talks with Bernadette Casey from 'The Formery'. The inventors of WoJo. [more]

10/01/2011: New Zealand Music
Noelle talks with TV presenter Nick Dwyer. [more]

10/01/2011: Sharks
Noelle laks with shark expert Robert Reid. [more]

10/01/2011: Resounding Radio (Part 11)
Part 11 of a documentary on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. [more]

10/01/2011: Songs of summer
Duncan Greive is choosing this weeks songs. [more]

10/01/2011: Food heroes
Noelle talks with food critic Simon Farrell-Green from eatherenow.co.nz. [more]

10/01/2011: Summer recipes
Noelle talks to Jacob Brown from the 'The Larder'. [more]

11/01/2011: Feature Guest - Rachel Lang
Executive Producer and Co-creator, Writer of TV show 'Outrageous Fortune'. [more]

11/01/2011: Winner of Australian Masterchef
Noelle talks with Adam Liau. [more]

11/01/2011: Your Place - New Plymouth
Noelle talks to Rose Stoddard and Clive Neeson in New Plymouth. [more]

11/01/2011: Kiwi Inventors
Mend, an organisation run from Kerikeri by director Rob Buchanan, was set up to help disabled people in New Zealand and abroad. [more]

11/01/2011: Floods in Toowoomba
At least eight people are dead and around fifty more are feared lost in flash flooding west of Brisbane last night. [more]

11/01/2011: Kiwis on duty
Ros Cole from DOC and her Sealion decoys. [more]

11/01/2011: Arts news
We're joined by Sarah Hopkinson from the Cundy-Hopkinson Gallery in Auckland. [more]

11/01/2011: Resounding Radio (Part 12)
Part 12 of a documentary on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. [more]

11/01/2011: Songs of summer
Duncan Greive is choosing this weeks songs. [more]

11/01/2011: Pop Culture moments - Commonwealth Games
Mitchell Hawkes is author of '100 New Zealand Pop Culture Stories: From Billy T to Nuclear Free'. [more]

11/01/2011: Mens Tennis
Let's get to the tennis now and Radio New Zealand sports reporter Murray Williams is at the Heineken Open in Auckland. [more]

11/01/2011: Jim Flynn - Central America
The Torchlight List - Around the World in 200 Books. America and Central America: Death of a Salesman - Arthur Miller; The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald; The Power and the Glory & Our Man in Havana - Graham Greene; Guns, Germs and Steel - Jared Diamond. [more]

12/01/2011: Three quarters of Queensland is now a disaster zone
Three quarters of Queensland is now a disaster zone and Australia's Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, says it will take many months for communities to recover. [more]

12/01/2011: Celebrity and talent
What is it about celebrities that makes them so fascinating to us collectively? Someone who studies the phenomenon of celebrity closely is Elizabeth Currid-Halkett, author of a new book, 'Starstuck: the business of celebrity'. [more]

12/01/2011: The leaky boob page
Breastfeeding women are on the warpath after Facebook banned a support group with 11,000 followers. The Leaky Boob page was set up to support breastfeeding women with the aim of sharing information, swapping stories and promoting tolerance. [more]

12/01/2011: Dita De Boni
Facebook is not the only place breastfeeding's a no-no. Author of the"Keeping Mum"Blog Dita De Boni is with us, because just a few months ago a group of breastfeeding mothers staged a protest at a West Auckland market. [more]

12/01/2011: Uk Correspondent - Kathy Cumming
The former Labour MP David Chaytor behind bars tonight beginning an 18-month jail sentence after admitting claiming false parliamentary expenses. [more]

12/01/2011: US Inventor
Patricia Nolan-Brown started inventing soon after her first daughter was born. Her brainchild was the original rear-facing carseat mirror that now sells worldwide. Two more children sparked more ideas and products. [more]

12/01/2011: Jim Flynn - South America
The Torchlight List - Around the World in 200 Books. South America: San Louis Ray, by Thornton Wilder Bridge; Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter, by Mario Vargas-Llosa; Pablo Neruda: A Passion for Life, by Adam Feinstein. [more]

12/01/2011: Books of 2010
Noelle talks with award-winning New Zealand author, columnist, journalist and editor, Steve Braunias. [more]

12/01/2011: Photographer Neville Madsen
Many of you will have seen the photo on the front page of this morning's New Zealand Herald which shows two women clinging to a pole as the raging torrent of flood water surges around them. [more]

12/01/2011: Resounding Radio (Part 13)
Part 13 of a documentary on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. [more]

12/01/2011: Songs of summer
Duncan Greive is choosing this weeks songs. [more]

12/01/2011: New local music
Musician and RNZ producer Nick Atkinson is in the studio to talk about some of the local music thats making him prick up his ears. [more]

12/01/2011: Street style photography
TV watchers may know Wallace Chapman as the dapper host of Backbenchers, the politics in the pub show on TVNZ 7, but we're interviewing Wallace in his other incarnation this morning, as street style snapper. [more]

13/01/2011: Haiti - one year on
Ray Suarez is a journalist who has regularly visited Haiti since the earthquake hit a year ago. [more]

13/01/2011: Communications officer for Unicef
New Zealander Tania McBride is a communications officer for Unicef, dividing her time between New York and Haiti. [more]

13/01/2011: US correspondent - Julia Baird
We're going to america now, where politicians and all american people are still reeling this week from the attempted assasination of Congress woman Gabrielle Gifford, US correspondent Julia Baird joins us from New York. [more]

13/01/2011: Brisbane's CBD to a ghost town
Joining us with the latest from Brisbane is ABC reporter Donna Field. [more]

13/01/2011: Kiwi Inventor
Today's inventor is behind many high profile designs , including the giant rugby ball in Paris and London promoting the world cup to exhibitions at Te Papa. He has worked on set design for films including King Kong, Aliens in the Attic and Sky Runners. He's also been prolific in set design in television. But his passion is a solar and turbine generated electric rail car linking Warkworth to Auckland. Barry Read joins me. [more]

13/01/2011: Your place - D'Urville Island
When Krista Fullerton and Forrest Chambers signed up for the role as DOC volunteers on D'Urville Island in the Marlborough Sounds in April, they packed their ute and trailer with 30 pumpkins, 10 boxes of preserves and a few other possessions and with their four small children left for a year in isolation. Eight months later they are thinking about signing up for another year. Krista and Forrest join us. [more]

13/01/2011: Pop Culture moments - Telethons
Mitchell Hawkes is author of '100 New Zealand Pop Culture Stories: From Billy T to Nuclear Free'. [more]

13/01/2011: Jim Flynn- England
The Torchlight List - Around the World in 200 Books. England: Charles Dickens - A Tale of Two Cities & David Copperfield; Evelyn Waugh - Decline and Fall; Kingsley Amis - Lucky Jim; George Orwell - The Road to Wigan Pier; Ian McEwan - On Chesil Beach. [more]

13/01/2011: Resounding Radio (Part 14)
Part 14 of a documentary on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. [more]

13/01/2011: Songs of summer
Duncan Greive is choosing this weeks songs. [more]

13/01/2011: Film Correspondent - Dominic Corry
Dominic Corry talks about unheralded, underrated or forgotten films worthy of attention. [more]

13/01/2011: Gardening Correspondent: tomatoes
Noelle talks with Andrew Steens about tomatoes. [more]

13/01/2011: Pop Culture moments - underarm bowling
Mitchell Hawkes is author of '100 New Zealand Pop Culture Stories: From Billy T to Nuclear Free'. [more]

14/01/2011: Feature Guest - Zoe Bell
Zoe Bell is a stuntwoman and actress whose accomplisments in her field have taken her from Waiheke Island to Hollywood, where she now works. She's home on holiday, and she's our guest on Summer Noelle. [more]

14/01/2011: Sports Correspondent
Noelle talks sport with John McBeth. [more]

14/01/2011: Jim Flynn - England
The Torchlight List - Around the World in 200 Books. England: Rudyard Kipling - Kim; A.H. Farrar-Hockley - The Somme; Sebastian Faulks - Birdsong; William Cowper (poet); Matthew Arnold - Dover Beach; William Butler Yates - The Second Coming. [more]

14/01/2011: Kiwi Inventor
When the 33 chilean miners were trapped for more than two months underground a kiwi inventor played a part in checking their vital signs. The product is called a bio harness and it all began in a Papakura garage seven years ago. Brian Russell is the inventor, his company is called Zephyr Technology, now based in the US, he joins us from Maryland. [more]

14/01/2011: Kiwi on duty
Today we're heading back to Antark-tica to talk with Troy Beaumont at Scott Base. This is Troy's first time to the ice and when he's not helping provide field support for visiting scientists or search and rescue training, he takes advantage of the continuous summer sunlight and heads out to do some kite skiing and abseiling. [more]

14/01/2011: Science Blogger - Matthew Wood
More about journeys to the ice and young geologist Matthew Wood's blog is titled just that. He's recently back from the sub Antarctic islands documenting the wildlife but he's also done time in the topics working in exploration. [more]

14/01/2011: Pop Culture moments - Fred Dag
Mitchell Hawkes is author of '100 New Zealand Pop Culture Stories: From Billy T to Nuclear Free'. [more]

14/01/2011: Resounding Radio (Part 15)
Part 15 of a documentary on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. [more]

14/01/2011: Songs of summer
Duncan grieve's last song of summer, he's been choosing a different summer song every day this week. [more]

14/01/2011: Week in review
In America, heated debate once more about the right to bear arms following the shooting last saturday, that killed 6 people, and criticially injured a Congresswoman. [more]

17/01/2011: Phil Goff
Noelle talks with Labour Party leader Phil Goff. [more]

17/01/2011: Media Commentator
David Slack dicusses New Ways of Doing Things. [more]

17/01/2011: Jim Flynn - France
The Torchlight List: Around the World in 200 Books: France: Victor Hugo - Les Miserables; Emile Zola - The Kill; Gustave Flaubert - Madam Bovary; Albert Camus - The Plague; Frederick Forsyth - The Day of the Jackal. [more]

17/01/2011: Tim Wilson
Tim Wilson is reports out of America for TVNZ and is also a published author.. His work has appeared everywhere from Metro to The Guardian, and last year saw the release of his first novel 'So their faces were shining' set in the aftermath of the Rapture. [more]

17/01/2011: Sealegs
When a boat with wheels called Sealegs launched in 2000 one critic called it a seadog. Since then hundreds of amphibious boats have sold around the world and today Queensland's emegency service is using it to assist flood victims. Noelle speaks with Chief executive and co founder David McKee Wright. [more]

17/01/2011: Your place: Kawhia
The town of 400 people nestles beside a 6000-hectare harbour where State Highway 31 reaches the sea. It is an hour's drive from Hamilton, two hours from Auckland. Kawhia is the spiritual home of Tainui and resting place of the ancestral waka. It's tiny but it is listed by Lonely Planet as one of the top ten places to go to in New Zealand. [more]

17/01/2011: Resounding Radio (Part 16)
Part 16 of a documentary on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. [more]

17/01/2011: Songs of Summer
Miriam Clancy is choosing this week's songs. [more]

17/01/2011: Simon Pound
Film critic Simon pound discusses apocolyptic themes in film. [more]

17/01/2011: Summer Recipes
Noelle talks to Jacob Brown from the 'The Larder'. [more]

17/01/2011: Simon Farrell
Simon discusses how to make a decent cup of tea. [more]

18/01/2011: Rodney Hide
Noelle speaks to Rodney Hide about the year to come. [more]

18/01/2011: Australia Correspondent - Rachel Antony
What is the latest in Queensland? People are still cleaning up, Authorities also yesterday warned that a homelessness crisis. a special taskforce is examining temporary housing options for the thousands of people displaced by the catastrophe. [more]

18/01/2011: Jim Flynn - Germany
The Torchlight List - Around the World in 200 Books. Germany: The Loyal Subject (or Man of Straw), by Heinrich Mann, The Magic Mountain, and Death in Venice, by Thomas Mann, Defying Hitler, by Sebastian Haffner, Goodbye to Berlin, by Christopher Isherwood, and If This is a Man, by Primo Levi. [more]

18/01/2011: Kiwi on duty - Campbell Smith
The Big Day Out promoter goes over preparations for this Friday's show. [more]

18/01/2011: Inventor - Dr Paul Baker
Dr Paul Baker is a Specialist Anaesthetist's at Auckland's Starship Children's Health and has a special interest in helping manage patients with difficult airways. In 2006, Dr Baker started development of the Orsim bronchoscopy simulator, which is designed to rapidly improve doctors' skills with the bronchoscope. [more]

18/01/2011: Music from around the world - Nick Dwyer
Skeat from Botswana with a track called 'Relala'. the style of music is an updated version of a style called 'Kwassa Kwassa' Dakha Braka who's music and texts revive the Ukraine of old. El Guincho - the track is called 'Bombay' he's from the Canary Islands. [more]

18/01/2011: Jim Flynn - Russia
The Torchlight List - Around the World in 200 Books. Russia: The Seagull, by Anton Chekov, War and Peace, & Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy, The Family Moskat, by Isaac Bashevis Singer, Dead Souls, by Nikolai Gogol, Darkness at Noon, by Arthur Koestler, The Captive Mind, by Czeslaw Milosz, The Joke, by Milan Kundera, The First Circle, & One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn. [more]

18/01/2011: Songs of Summer
Miriam Clancy is choosing this week's songs of summer. [more]

18/01/2011: Resounding Radio (Part 17)
Part 17 of a documentary on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. [more]

18/01/2011: Birdman - John Kendrick
We ask an expert to explain why tui's some one note wonders, whilst others can imitate kettles and even human voices. John Kendrick has contributed to conservation as a wildlife film-maker and sound recordist for more than 40 years and has been a member of Forest and Bird for more than half a century. [more]

18/01/2011: Pop Culture moments - Georgie Pie
Mitchell Hawkes is author of '100 New Zealand Pop Culture Stories: From Billy T to Nuclear Free'. [more]

19/01/2011: Russell Norman
Continuing our series of interviews with political leaders this week, we're joined now by Green Party co-leader Russell Norman. [more]

19/01/2011: UK correspondent - Kathy Cumming
We're going to the UK now, in a week where the police are under fire because of the behavior of an undercover officer. The BBC has been accused of ageism and comedian Ricky Gervais took no prisoners at the Golden Globes. [more]

19/01/2011: Jim Flynn - China
The Torchlight List - Around the World in 200 Books. China: Jung Chang - Wild Swans, Wang Lan - The Blue and the Black, Yiyun Li - The Vagrants, Wang Shuo - Please Don't Call Me Human. [more]

19/01/2011: Inventor - Dr Glenn Vile
Our inventor today has found a way of making sunscreen out of grapes. [more]

19/01/2011: Kiwis on duty - Jennifer Cox and Janet Harp
Our kiwis on duty today are Jennifer Cox a registered nurse, who has been working at Healthline's Wellington call centre for three years and Janet Harp a senior nurse adviser. [more]

19/01/2011: Steve Braunias
His book today: Tread Softly For You Tread On My Life, selected essays and reviews by Michael King, published by Cape Catley Ltd in 2001. [more]

19/01/2011: Tama Waipara
1. Pirate Jenny, Nina Simone from the Threepenny Opera 2. Soon as I get Home by Lizz Wright from The Whizz 3. Somewhere That's Green by Alan Green from Little Shop of Horrors 4. There Are Worse Things I Could Do, Stockard Channing from Grease [more]

19/01/2011: Resounding Radio (Part 18)
Part 18 of a documentary on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. [more]

19/01/2011: Songs of Summer
Miriam Clancy is choosing this week's songs of summer. [more]

19/01/2011: Music - Nick Atkinson
Today; Kora and The Greenhorns. [more]

19/01/2011: Jim Flynn - Africa
The Torchlight List - Around the World in 200 Books. Africa: Alan Paton - Cry, The Beloved Country, Chinua Achebe - Things Fall Apart & A Man of the People, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie - Half of a Yellow Sun & Purple Hibiscus, Barbara Kingsolver - The Poisonwood Bible, V.S. Naipaul - A Bend in the River. [more]

19/01/2011: Pop Culture moments - Sitcoms
Mitchell Hawkes is author of '100 New Zealand Pop Culture Stories: From Billy T to Nuclear Free'. [more]

19/01/2011: Pop Culture moments - battle over Pavlova
Mitchell Hawkes is author of '100 New Zealand Pop Culture Stories: From Billy T to Nuclear Free'. [more]

20/01/2011: Pita Sharples
Continuing our series of interviews with political leaders this week, we're joined now by Maori Party Co-leader Pita Sharples. [more]

20/01/2011: John Key
Continuing our series of interviews with political leaders this week, we're joined now by The Prime Minister John Key. [more]

20/01/2011: US correspondent - Julia Baird
Sarah Palin and her video reply to the criticism in the wake of the shooting of Gabrielle Gifford. [more]

20/01/2011: Kiwi on duty - Chris Reid
Chris has been busy donating his time as a St John Volunteer Ambulance officer. [more]

20/01/2011: Inventor - Mike Harrison
When volunteer fireman Mike Harrison got sick and tired of lugging around cumbersome, termperamental fire pumps he decided to combine his expertise as an auto mechanic and lawnmower repairer to design and make a new one. [more]

20/01/2011: Australia Correspondent - Matthew Crawford
Our"Man in Melbourne"on the history of Australian inventions. [more]

20/01/2011: The night sky
Night sky watchers take note, it's a full moon tonight, but that means for stargazers it is difficult to see many stars. Here to tell us more Alan Gilmore of Canterbury University's Mt John Observatory. [more]

20/01/2011: Resounding Radio (Part 19)
Part 19 of a documentary on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. [more]

20/01/2011: Music in the Movies
The memorable usage of songs in movies, and how they tie in together. [more]

20/01/2011: Gardening Correspondent: autumn and winter crops
It's time for gardeners in some areas to start thinking about planting autumn and winter crops. Noelle talks with Andrew Steens. [more]

20/01/2011: Jol Mullholland
Jol Mullholland is the man who composed our theme, he is also one of the hardest working, and most sought after musicians, producers and song writers in New Zealand, the Mots, Lupin, Nightchoir, Kirsten Morelle,,,the question has to be, who haven't you worked with Jol? [more]

21/01/2011: Hugh Green and Sir Ray Avery
Irish man Hugh Green was just passing through when he came to New Zealand in 1952 at the age of 20. But he stayed and made a fortune and now 60 years later he is giving away millions through his charitable trust. [more]

21/01/2011: 15 year old quits school to head his own company
Luke McIntyre is 15 but instead making the most of the last days of the summer holiday before the start of school, he's putting on a suit and tie and going to the office of Omex Integrated Solutions in Wellington where he is the managing director. [more]

21/01/2011: Jim Flynn - India
The Torchlight List - Around the World in 200 Books. India: Salman Rushdie - Satanic Verses & Midnight's Children, Vikram Seth - A Suitable Boy, V.S. Naipaul - India: An Area of Darkness & India: A Wounded Civilisation: India: A Million Mutinies. [more]

21/01/2011: Inventer - George Davison
As a young engineer, George Davison played a key role in developing the Hamilton Jet. [more]

21/01/2011: Sports with John McBeth
Today we look at cricket, tennis and basketball. [more]

21/01/2011: Science blogger - Chris McDowall
Science blogger Chris McDowall is passionate about maps. He has been described as a guru in visualising science data, turning boring databases into dynamic graphics. His latest entry on his blog Seeing Data is an animated map of Auckland's public transport network. He's also mapped a day in the life of Twitter. That's just his hobby, his real job is with Landcare Research where he does more mapping. [more]

21/01/2011: Jim Flynn - Middle East
The Torchlight List - Around the World in 200 Books. Middle East: V.S. Naipaul - Among the Belivers : An Islamic Journey & Beyond Belief: Islamic Excursions among the Converted Peoples, Robert Fisk - The Great War for Civilisation: The Conquest of the Middle East. [more]

21/01/2011: Resounding Radio (Part 20)
The final episode in the documentary series on the history of radio broadcasting in New Zealand. Thanks to Jack Perkins for so generously making this series available this summer. [more]

21/01/2011: Songs of Summer
Miriam Clancy has been choosing this week's songs of summer. Today, '1999' by Prince. [more]

21/01/2011: Week in review
Peter Elliot and James Griffin join Noelle to chat about concerts, the Golden Globes and working. [more]

25/12/2012: Barney Hoskyns on The Rolling Stones
Music critic Barney Hoskyns discusses the The Rolling Stones, who are now in their 50th year. [more]

25/12/2012: Trevor Reekie's pick of the Rolling Stones collection
The Rolling Stones band are 50 years old this year and for the four shows left in 2012, we have asked four friends of this show to pick their favourite tracks. First up, is Trevor Reekie - music journalist, resident RNZ music encyclopedia and presenter of 'Hidden Treasures'. [more]

26/12/2012: Alan Bean - Fourth Man on the Moon
Alan Bean is a former NASA astronaut and currently a painter. [more]

26/12/2012: Place In The Sun - Maketu
We visit Maketu in the Bay of Plenty. It's a small town of around thirteen hundred people, with a river, wetlands, a few historic buildings and some walking tracks. [more]

26/12/2012: The song I could listen to again and again
Phil Gifford talks about one of his favourite songs. [more]

26/12/2012: Stories behind NZ classic popular songs
Simon Sweetman is a well known music journalist. Simon's new book 'On Song' has collected together some of the stories behind many great nz songs, everything from 'Drive' - Bic Runga, to 'She Speeds' - Straitjacket Fits, Pink Frost by the Chills and many more. [more]

26/12/2012: True Stories - Simon Wilson
A few years back, the NZ Book Council started running a new kind of event. It began in Auckland, and it was called 'True Stories told Live'. This is a very simple idea, all sorts of people standing up in front of an audience and telling stories. This year, with the very kind co-operation of the NZ Book Council, we have recorded some of these stories especially for Summer Noelle. [more]

26/12/2012: Jack Perkins introduces 'Tales from the Back Country'
We are revisiting 'Tales from the Back Country', a series of historic programs that ran on the Radio New Zealand network for over 12 years. [more]

26/12/2012: Tales from the Back Country (Part 1)
Featuring dairy farmer Norm Bryan from the far north. [more]

26/12/2012: Stephen King - Book Club
David Farrier reviews the 'The Stand'. [more]

26/12/2012: Australia Correspondent - Charlotte Glennie
Charlotte Glennie has been looking back at the year that was. She joins us from Noosa on the Sunshine Coast. [more]

26/12/2012: On Song with Simon Sweetman - Gutter Black
Simon tells the stories behind the song 'Gutter Black' by Hello Sailor. [more]

26/12/2012: Tales From The Back Country - Fighting Father Christmas
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past. [more]

26/12/2012: Duncan Grieve's pick of the Rolling Stones collection
The Rolling Stones is 50 years old this year. We have asked four friends of this show to pick their favourite tracks. Music journalist Duncan Grieve gives us his choice. [more]

27/12/2012: Max Clifford
One of UK's best known publicists, Max Clifford has protested his innocence after being arrested by detectives investigating the Jimmy Savile sex abuse scandal. [more]

27/12/2012: UK Correspondent - Andrew Potter
The UK headlines have been dominated by a man singing about a pound of fish, the royal family is enjoying a surge in popularity and there's a showdown between fox hunters and the RSPCA. [more]

27/12/2012: Place In The Sun - St Arnaud
The best places to spend the summer in New Zealand. [more]

27/12/2012: Feature interview - David Slack
Author and speech writer David Slack. [more]

27/12/2012: True Stories - Arthur Meek
From the original concept which was called 'True Stories told Live', in which all sorts of people stand up in front of an audience telling stories. This year, with the very kind co-operation of the NZ Book Council, we have recorded some of these stories especially for Summer Noelle. Today - Arthur Meek. [more]

27/12/2012: Hidden Passion - Kirsty Quested
When Kirsty Quested was thirteen and at boarding school in Nelson, she suffered from what a lot of teenagers suffer from - boredom. Kirsty, and her friends found a way to beat their boredom, they became fans of pro-wrestling. Twenty five years later, and Kirsty is still a fan, fan doesn't quite cover it though! [more]

27/12/2012: Stephen King Bookclub - The Shining
'The Shining', reviewed Karen Tay. [more]

27/12/2012: Summer food with Jacob Brown
Larder Leftover Pastie with Summer Fruit Chutney. [more]

27/12/2012: Watching Television with Irene Gardiner
Irene Gardiner gives her picks of the highs and lows of our television in the last year. [more]

27/12/2012: Steve Braunias visits the fringes of NZ civilisation
Writer and journalist Steve Braunias has gone in search of civilisation in the small towns of New Zealand. He mooched around the less celebrated settlements of this country, the Mercers, the Mosgiels, the Wainuiomatas, missing nothing, noting down everything. These travel were compiled in the book 'Civilisation: 20 Places on the Edge of the World'. [more]

27/12/2012: The Rolling Stones with Julia Deans
The Rolling Stones is 50 years old this year. We have asked four friends of this show to pick their favourite tracks. Singer Julia Deans gives us her choice. [more]

28/12/2012: Middle East Correspondent - Alexi O'Brien
Former TVNZ reporter Alexi O'Brien has been keeping an eye on developments in Egypt over the past few days. [more]

28/12/2012: Erika Rae - Devangelical
Erika Rae, author of 'Devangelical', talks about her experiences growing up in a community that was waiting for The Rapture in Colorado Springs. [more]

28/12/2012: Place in the Sun - Barrytown
On the west coast of the South Island with Steve White. [more]

28/12/2012: On Song with Simon Sweetman - How Bizarre
Simon tells the story behind the song 'How Bizarre' by OMC. [more]

28/12/2012: True Stories - Patrick Reynolds
From the New Zealand Book Council series of True Stories Told Live, this is a selection of stories recorded especially for Summer Noelle. Today's storyteller is photographer Patrick Reynolds. [more]

28/12/2012: Sports Correspondent - John McBeth
This time of year can be a quietish time for sports - unless you like cricket; with the Boxing Day Test between Sri Lanka and Australia and the 'Big Bash' competition - cricket fans are a little bit spoilt for choice. [more]

28/12/2012: Tales From The Back Country - Ohope Beach
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past. [more]

28/12/2012: Stephen King Bookclub - 11/22/63: A Novel
'11/22/63: A Novel' reviewed by Craig Ranapia. [more]

28/12/2012: Wine with Jane Skilton
Jane Skilton has a Master of Wine qualification. She teaches and writes on the subject. [more]

30/12/2012: The Rolling Stones with Bernie Griffin
Rolling Stones is 50 years old this year. We have asked four friends of this show to pick their favourite tracks. Singer songwriter Bernie Griffin, gives us his choice. [more]

31/12/2012: Buying a zoo when you don't have a clue
Benjamin Mee, a former DIY columnist for The Guardian, wrote a book about his experience refurbishing and living at the Dartmoor Zoological Park. The book became the basis for a recent Hollywood feature film starring Matt Damon called 'We Bought a Zoo'. [more]

31/12/2012: A Place In The Sun - Little River
The best places to spend the summer in New Zealand. [more]

31/12/2012: The song I could listen to again and again
Photographer Sara Orme talks about one of her favourite songs. [more]

31/12/2012: Irish Correspondent - Brian O'Connell
Brian O'Connell is a journalist with the Irish Times newspaper, based in Cork city. [more]

31/12/2012: On Song with Simon Sweetman - For Today
Simon tells the story behind the song 'For Today' by the Netherworld Dancing Toys. [more]

31/12/2012: Asia Correspondent - Rachel Mealey
There has been a change of government in Japan - fifty-eight-year-old Shinzo Abe has taken the reins. [more]

31/12/2012: Tales From The Back Country - Jack Harre
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past. [more]

31/12/2012: Stephen King Bookclub - The Running Man
'The Running Man' reviewed by Simon Smithson. [more]

31/12/2012: True Stories - Vincent Ward
From the New Zealand Book Council series of True Stories Told Live, this is a selection of stories recorded especially for Summer Noelle. Today's storyteller is filmmaker Vincent Ward. [more]

31/12/2012: Design with Jeremy Hansen
Just what is a bach? and why do they hold such a special place in the national mythology? [more]

01/01/2013: Sir Paul Holmes
Sir Paul Holmes talks about his life in broadcasting and his latest honour. [more]

01/01/2013: Feature Intervier - Sir Paul Holmes
Sir Paul Holmes talks about his life in broadcasting and his latest honour. [more]

01/01/2013: Mark Adams - Turn Right at Machu Picchu
The New York magazine editor who braved the wilds of Peru to hike the Inca Trail, his book is called 'Turn Right at Machu Picchu'. [more]

01/01/2013: US Correspondent - Charlie Herman
It's all about the fiscal cliff in the United States right now. President Barack Obama was called back from holiday to try and stop the economic bus from careering off that cliff. [more]

01/01/2013: Dr Nathan Consedine - New Year's Resolutions
Motivated by the start of the new year, people right around the country will be attempting to quit smoking or drinking or pledging to be kinder or more generous or to simply eat less ice cream. Doctor Nathan Consedine is an associate professor of psychology at Auckland University. [more]

01/01/2013: A Place In The Sun - Tirau
The best places to spend the summer in New Zealand. [more]

01/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - Anything Could Happen
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind the song 'Anything Could Happen' by The Clean. [more]

01/01/2013: Hidden Passion - Zoe Nash
When Zoe Nash was a girl growing up in England she used to go out with her dad armed with spades and shovels, not to build sandcastles at the beach, but to go hunting for bottles. It's a habit she's carried with her to New Zealand and she says she can't help but be on the look-out for that glinting piece of glass that might result in another bottle being added to her collection. [more]

01/01/2013: Tales From The Back Country - The Bryson Sisters (Part 1)
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past. [more]

01/01/2013: Stephen King Bookclub - The Gunslinger
The 'Gunslinger' series reviewed Keith Tannock. [more]

01/01/2013: True Stories - Jesse Peach
From the New Zealand Book Council series of True Stories Told Live, this is a selection of stories recorded especially for Summer Noelle. Today's storyteller is theatre director Jesse Peach. [more]

01/01/2013: The song I could listen to again and again
Journalist Richard Becht talks about one of his favourite songs. [more]

02/01/2013: Rosie Belton - Food Memories
Rosie Belton has written a social history of food in New Zealand, a decade by decade look at what we ate, and how that food defined us. [more]

02/01/2013: Place In The Sun - Omapere
The best places to spend the summer in New Zealand. [more]

02/01/2013: Actor Antony Starr
We catch up with actor Antony Starr who is home from the USA for Christmas. [more]

02/01/2013: Carl Seaward
His Christmas display involved more than 300,000 lights and decorations. More then 48,000 people called by to see this wonderful Christmas wonderland that Carl Seaward and his wife Maureen created. [more]

02/01/2013: Australian Correspondent - Charlotte Glennie
New Years Eve celebrations in Sydney went off with the proverbial bang as revellers saw in 2013 under a lit up harbour bridge, somewhere in that crowd were Hollywood stars Leonardo Di Caprio and Jamie Foxx. [more]

02/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - Counting the Beat
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind 'Counting the Beat' by the Swingers. [more]

02/01/2013: Hidden Passion - Zoe Nash
When he was a young boy growing up in Gisborne, Dale Henry developed an unusual habit, he began to collect barbie dolls. He and his sister loved these dolls and eventually gathered enough of them to fill an entire bedroom in the house they grew up in. [more]

02/01/2013: Tales From The Back Country - The Bryson Sisters (Part 2)
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past. [more]

02/01/2013: Stephen King Bookclub - On Writing
The story of Stephen King's writing life titled 'On Writing' is reviewed Graham Beattie. [more]

02/01/2013: True Stories - Felicity Molloy
From the New Zealand Book Council series of True Stories Told Live, this is a selection of stories recorded especially for Summer Noelle. Today's storyteller is choreographer and lecturer in dance Felicity Molloy. [more]

02/01/2013: The song I could listen to again and again
Film maker Stacey Morrison talks about one of her favourite songs. [more]

03/01/2013: History Teacher Colm McNulty
A senior history teacher at Wellington College is taking history from the books and presenting it in a new way for both the boys he teaches and for the wider population. [more]

03/01/2013: Place In The Sun - Pitt Island
With Bernie Mallinson. [more]

03/01/2013: UK Correspondent - Andrew Potter
It's the wettest year on record for UK. [more]

03/01/2013: Poet Darren Kamali
Fiji-raised, South Auckland poet Darren Kamali is looking forward to a busy new year. Last year he was awarded a Fulbright-Creative New Zealand Pacific Writer's Residency to spend three months in Hawaii and write his second book of poetry. [more]

03/01/2013: Feature guest - Poet Darren Kamali
Fiji-raised, South Auckland poet Darren Kamali is looking forward to a busy new year. Last year he was awarded a Fulbright-Creative New Zealand Pacific Writer's Residency to spend three months in Hawaii and write his second book of poetry. [more]

03/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - Slice of Heaven
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind 'Slice of Heaven' by Dave Dobbyn. [more]

03/01/2013: Hidden Passions
Beekeeper Kevin Wallace. [more]

03/01/2013: True Stories Told Live - David Veart
Real New Zealanders telling real stories. [more]

03/01/2013: Tales From The Back Country - Coast Characters
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past. [more]

03/01/2013: Stephen King Bookclub - Carrie
'Carrie' reviewed by Lily Richards. [more]

03/01/2013: The Christchurch gap filler project
With Barnaby Bennett and Ryan Reynolds. [more]

03/01/2013: Watching Television
With Irene Gardiner. [more]

04/01/2013: Middle East Correspondent - Alexi O'Brien
The latest information on the Syrian conflict. [more]

04/01/2013: A Place In The Sun - St Bathans
The best places to spend the summer in New Zealand. [more]

04/01/2013: Claire Bidwell Smith
Claire Bidwell Smith is an experienced therapist specialising in grief and the author of the memoir 'The Rules of Inheritance'. [more]

04/01/2013: Sports Correspondent - John McBeth
With a wrap up of all things sport. [more]

04/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - E Ipo
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind 'E Ipo' by Prince Tui Teka. [more]

04/01/2013: True Stories Told Live - actor Owen Scott
Real New Zealanders telling real stories. [more]

04/01/2013: Gardening basics
With Xanthe White. [more]

04/01/2013: Tales From The Back Country - Peter Hodson
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past. [more]

04/01/2013: Stephen King Bookclub - Blockade Billy
Reviewed by Jeremy Elwood. [more]

04/01/2013: Food with Jacob Brown
Smoked Pork Loin (or Belly). [more]

04/01/2013: Hidden Passions - Sylvie Kirkman
Sylvie Kirkman is a 24-year-old Wellingtonian who devotes her leisure time to a modern phenomenon - 'Cosplay'. It's an amalgam of the words costume and play. Cosplay exponents wear the outfits and accessories of characters from comics, video games, or movies. Then they go out in character. [more]

04/01/2013: The song I could listen to again and again
Roger Sutton, the CEO of CERA in Canterbury. [more]

07/01/2013: David Milch
Writer David Milch is the force behind the television shows 'Deadwood', 'NYPD Blue', 'John from Cincinnati' and the late, lamented 'Luck', with Dustin Hoffman and Dennis Farina. [more]

07/01/2013: A Place In The Sun - Karitane
The best places to spend the summer in New Zealand. [more]

07/01/2013: Asia Correspondent - Rachel Mealey
Most media headlines in the Asia region have been dominated by the recent brutal rape and subsequent death of a young student in India. Along with calls to make the young woman's name public, there have been more developments over the weekend. [more]

07/01/2013: Melanie Rakena - Jam Television
Melanie Rakena is one half of Jam Television; the production house behind the TV shows 'Intrepid Journeys', 'Off the Rails','South' and 'North'. [more]

07/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - Not Given Lightly
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind classic Kiwi pop anthems 'Not Given Lightly' by Chris Knox. [more]

07/01/2013: True Stories Told Live - Judge and Poet John Adams
Real New Zealanders telling real stories. [more]

07/01/2013: Hidden Passions - Dennis Brillard
For more than fifty years Dennis Brillard has been having an intense love affair with a car. Not just any car, but the car he dreamed of owning as a young lad in London - the 'Morgan' sports car. [more]

07/01/2013: Tales From The Back Country - Free Home Demo
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past. [more]

07/01/2013: Stephen King Bookclub
'The Green Mile' reviewed by Ronnie Mackie. [more]

07/01/2013: Song I Could Listen to Again and Again
Today's pick comes courtesy of Scott Common from Wellington. [more]

07/01/2013: Design with Jeremy Hansen
The iconic Kiwi villa. [more]

08/01/2013: Mark Bowden
Author of 'The Finish: The Killing of Osama Bin Laden'. [more]

08/01/2013: Place In The Sun - Kaiteretere with Rob Guild
The best places to spend the summer in New Zealand. [more]

08/01/2013: US Correspondent - Charlie Herman
President Obama has just announced his pick for the new head of defense as well as his nomination for the head of the CIA, to replace General David Petraeus, but Obama's picks are controversial. [more]

08/01/2013: Elvis's Birthday
Elvis tribute artist Che Orton. [more]

08/01/2013: Elvis Fan Club
Jackie Bridges is the secretary of the 'Memories of Elvis' fan club. [more]

08/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - Pink Frost
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind 'Pink Frost' by The Chills. [more]

08/01/2013: Hidden Passions - Robert Webb
Kiwi's reveal their hidden passions - bird sanctuaries. [more]

08/01/2013: Tales From The Back Country - Land Girls
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past. [more]

08/01/2013: Stephen King Bookclub - Pet Sematary
'Pet Sematary' reviewed by Adam Brookfield. [more]

08/01/2013: True Stories Told Live - Tim Lambourne
Real New Zealanders telling real stories. [more]

08/01/2013: Movies with Dominic Corrie
Peter Jackson's long awaited 'Hobbit' has been dominating the box office, while Ang Lee's 'Life of Pi' has opened to rave reviews. [more]

08/01/2013: Song I Could Listen to Again and Again
Today's pick comes courtesy of Rebecca Trustrum from Lower Hutt. [more]

09/01/2013: Tom Hooper
Director of the new Les Miserables movie. [more]

09/01/2013: Place In The Sun - The Chathams with Lois Croon
The best places to spend the summer in New Zealand. [more]

09/01/2013: Australia Correspondent - Donna Field
New Zealand firefighters are travelling to Australia today to help contain the out of control fires as the nation keeps a wary eye on the weather conditions. [more]

09/01/2013: Robin Judkins
Creator of the Coast To Coast endurance race. [more]

09/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - Glad I'm Not A Kennedy
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind 'Glad I'm Not A Kennedy' by Shona Laing. [more]

09/01/2013: True Stories Told Live - playwright Louise Tu'u
Real New Zealanders telling real stories. [more]

09/01/2013: Vietnam War photographer Noel Bell
Noel Bell was a New Zealand Army photographer in Vietnam during the war, 1968-1969. [more]

09/01/2013: Tales From The Back Country - Just The Usual Farm Day
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past. [more]

09/01/2013: Stephen King Bookclub - Cujo
'Cujo' reviewed by Phil Vine. [more]

09/01/2013: Food Trends
With Simon Farrell Green. [more]

09/01/2013: Song I Could Listen to Again and Again
Today's pick comes courtesy of Andy Peterson of Auckland. [more]

10/01/2013: Temuera Morrison
As an actor, his on-screen presence is electrifying no matter what he's doing, whether he's chasing intergalactic bounty, tussling with Pamela Anderson, or demanding that somebody cook him some eggs. [more]

10/01/2013: Place In The Sun - Piha
The best places to spend the summer in New Zealand. [more]

10/01/2013: UK Correspondent - Andrew Potter
The outbreak of norovirus, more commonly known as the vomiting bug. [more]

10/01/2013: Simon Pound - emerging businesses
Writer Simon Pound has been looking at emerging trends in business and three local businesses are epitomising the changes he's been seeing. [more]

10/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - She Speeds
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind 'She Speeds' by Straitjacket Fits. [more]

10/01/2013: True Stories Told Live - David Slack
Real New Zealanders telling real stories. [more]

10/01/2013: Song I Could Listen to Again and Again
Today's pick comes courtesy of Emily Loughnan from Martinborough. [more]

10/01/2013: Tales From The Back Country - Country Mick (Part 1)
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past. [more]

10/01/2013: Stephen King Bookclub - Bag Of Bones
Rose Hoare reviews Bag of Bones. [more]

10/01/2013: Barney Koneferenisi
He is a Wheelblack, the national wheelchair rugby team, and for that he trains five times a week. Barney is also a recent recipient of the Prime Minister's Pacific Youth Award, that will see him travel to Sri Lanka, Hawaii and Fiji this year. [more]

10/01/2013: Watching Television
Irene Gardiner on 'The Graham Norton Show' and 'Entourage'. [more]

11/01/2013: Dr Paula Byrne
Author of the biography 'The Real Jane Austen: A Life In Small Things'. [more]

11/01/2013: Your place in the sun - Diamond Harbour
Diamond Harbour is an hour's drive away from Christchurch, on the Banks Peninsula. It's directly across the harbour from the port of Lyttelton. Janet Luxton is our guide. [more]

11/01/2013: Sports Correspondent - John McBeth
With a wrap up of all things sport. [more]

11/01/2013: Middle East Correspondent - Alexi O'Brien
Alexi O'Brien joins us from Doha with the latest information on the Syrian conflict, and other tidbits from the rest of the Middle East. [more]

11/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - The Way I Feel
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind 'The Way I Feel' by Jan Hellriegel. [more]

11/01/2013: True Stories Told Live - Sarah Laing
Real New Zealanders telling real stories. [more]

11/01/2013: Food with Jacob Brown
Recipes: Pissaladere and Plum Clafoutis. [more]

11/01/2013: Tales From The Back Country - Country Mick (Part 2)
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past. [more]

11/01/2013: Stephen King Bookclub - Christine
Sonja de Freiz reviews Stephen King's 'Christine'. [more]

11/01/2013: Emerging wine trends
With Jane Skilton. [more]

11/01/2013: Song I could listen to again and again - Michael Hurst
Michael Hurst has chosen 'Claude Rains' by The Front Lawn, from their 1989 album 'Songs from The Front Lawn'. [more]

14/01/2013: Two Views Panel - Education
Stuart Middleton and Dave Turnbull. [more]

14/01/2013: A Place In The Sun - Stewart Island
The best places to spend the summer in New Zealand. [more]

14/01/2013: Hidden Passions - Julie Wood
Kiwi's reveal their hidden passions... braille. [more]

14/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - Victoria
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind the song 'Victoria' by the Dance Exponents. [more]

14/01/2013: True Stories Told Live - Anna Faye
Real New Zealanders telling real stories. [more]

14/01/2013: Song I could listen to again and again - Lucy Lawless
Actress and activist Lucy Lawless has chosen 'Assedic' by the group Les Escrocs in memory of her friend Edith. [more]

14/01/2013: Tales From The Back Country - Hungover Horse
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past. [more]

14/01/2013: Stephen King Bookclub - Salem's Lot
Salem's Lot reviewed by Lisa Clemens. [more]

14/01/2013: Song I could listen to again and again - Julia Crowther
Julia Crowther from Chrischurch has chosen 'Sounds of Silence' by Simon and Garfunkle. [more]

14/01/2013: Movies with Dominic Corrie
It's Golden Globes day in L.A. and the Steven Spielberg film 'Lincoln' is tipped to be the days big winner. [more]

14/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - Drive
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind the song 'Drive' by Bic Runga. [more]

15/01/2013: Two Views - Crime
Kim Workman and Jarrod Gilbert have spent most of their working lives considering crime in this country, and they both have ideas on what we're doing about it and how we might do things differently. [more]

15/01/2013: US Correspondent - Charlie Herman
Charlie Herman talks about Jodie Foster's Golden Globe speech, Lance Armstrong's interview, and possible firearms restrictions. [more]

15/01/2013: World Buskers Festival founder Jodi Wright
The World Buskers Festival in Christchurch. [more]

15/01/2013: A Place In The Sun - Picton
The best places to spend the summer in New Zealand. [more]

15/01/2013: True Stories Told Live - Ron Brownson
Real New Zealanders telling real stories. [more]

15/01/2013: Tales From The Back Country - Don Grady
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past. [more]

15/01/2013: Stephen King Bookclub - It
'It' reviewed by Karen Bieleski. [more]

15/01/2013: Song I Could Listen to Again and Again
Brent Hansen from the UK has chosen 'Summer Breeze' by The Isley Brothers. [more]

15/01/2013: Lifestyle with Jeremy Hansen
Along with most of the western world, the average house in New Zealand now has a floor area of over 200 metres squared. Essentially, we want more and more room for fewer and fewer people. [more]

16/01/2013: Two Views - Environment
Andrew Campbell is the communications director for the Green Party and Ian Mackenzie is the water and environment spokesperson for Federated Farmers. [more]

16/01/2013: Australia Correspondent - Donna Field
The Australian bush fires are still raging. [more]

16/01/2013: Gardening with Xanthe White
The different kinds of gardens we can make for ourselves; and what kinds of gardens best suit the New Zealand environment. [more]

16/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - Not Many
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind the song 'Not Many' by Scribe. [more]

16/01/2013: Asia Correspondent - Rachel Mealey
Japan's new prime minister has been in office for less than a month and already he has been making some diplomatic waves. [more]

16/01/2013: A Place In The Sun - Phil Twyford in the Waitakere Ranges
Phil Twyford is halfway through his walk on the Hillary Trail in the Waitakere Ranges. [more]

16/01/2013: Tales From The Back Country - Fred Barnes
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past. [more]

16/01/2013: Stephen King Bookclub - The Dark Half
The Dark Half reviewed by Kiran Dass. [more]

16/01/2013: True Stories Told Live - Sue Orr
Fiction writer Sue Orr's true story. [more]

16/01/2013: Food Trends
Food writer Simon Farrell Green on eating seasonally and buying from markets. [more]

16/01/2013: Simon Sweetman on 'Jesus I Was Evil'
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind the song 'Jesus I Was Evil' by Darcy Clay. [more]

17/01/2013: Two Views - Economy
Economist Rod Oram and the New Zealand Herald's economics editor Brian Fallow discuss the economy. [more]

17/01/2013: UK correspondent - Anna Louise Taylor
A cold snap has brought a dumping of snow to England and it's caused a fair amount of chaos. [more]

17/01/2013: Brent Pope - Rugby
Brent Pope had a promising career as an All Black in his sights. He'd been selected for the original 1987 world cup training squad until he broke his arm and his dream career vanished in a moment. He went to Ireland and eventuallly became a top coach. These days he's a rugby analyst for media. [more]

17/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - Out on the Street
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind the song 'Out on the Street' by Space Waltz. [more]

17/01/2013: Place In The Sun - Omokoroa
The best places to spend the summer in New Zealand. [more]

17/01/2013: Song I Could Listen to Again and Again - Tessa Warburton
Tessa Warburton from North Canterbury has chosen 'Naive Melody' by Talking Heads. [more]

17/01/2013: Tales From The Back Country - Keith Severenson
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past. [more]

17/01/2013: Stephen King Bookclub - The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon
The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon reviewed by David Larsen. [more]

17/01/2013: Watching Television
With Irene Gardiner. [more]

18/01/2013: Two Views - New Zealand's Place In The World
Peter Cozens is a former director of the Centre for Strategic Studies at Victoria University, now a senior fellow at the CSS. Robert Patman is a Professor of International Relations at the Department of Politics at the University of Otago. [more]

18/01/2013: Middle East Correspondent - Alexi O'Brien
The latest on the situation in Syria where two explosions tore through one of Syria's biggest universities on the first day of student exams. [more]

18/01/2013: Place In The Sun - Katikati
The best places to spend the summer in New Zealand. [more]

18/01/2013: Sport with John McBeth
Sports commentator John McBeth with a wrap up of all things sport. [more]

18/01/2013: True Stories Told Live - Michael Hurst
Real New Zealanders telling real stories. [more]

18/01/2013: Summer food
With Jacob Brown from the Larder Restaurant in Wellington - Lemon and Caper Butter and Chocolate Mousse. [more]

18/01/2013: Summer wine
With wine expert Jane Skilton. [more]

18/01/2013: Tales From The Back Country - Lighthouse
A daily serial featuring colourful characters from our rural past. [more]

18/01/2013: Stephen King Bookclub - Misery
'Misery' reviewed by Paul Cleave. [more]

18/01/2013: Song I Could Listen to Again and Again - Nathan Haines
Jazz musician Nathan Haines has chosen one of his favourite songs. [more]

19/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - System Virtue
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind the song 'System Virtue' by Emma Paki. [more]

19/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - In The Neighbourhood
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind the song 'In The Neighbourhood' by Sisters Underground. [more]

19/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - Chains
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind the song 'Chains' by DLT featuring Che Fu. [more]

19/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - French Letter
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind the song 'French Letter' by Herbs. [more]

19/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - Screams From Da Old Plantation
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind the song 'Screams From Da Old Plantation' by King Kapisi. [more]

19/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - Can't Get Enough
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind the song 'Can't Get Enough' by Supergroove. [more]

19/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - Nature
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind the song 'Nature' by The Fourmyula. [more]

19/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - Jesus I Was Evil
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind 'Jesus I Was Evil' by Darcy Clay. [more]

19/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman - Spellbound
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind the song 'Spellbound' by Split Enz. [more]

19/01/2013: On Song with Simon Sweetman
Simon Sweetman tells the story behind 'Spellbound' by Split Enz. [more]

02/01/2014: Feature Interview - Brett Martin
Brett Martin is the author of "Difficult Men" a book about the anti-heroes of television and the 'difficult men' who created shows like 'The Sopranos', 'Deadwood', and the show he says started it all, 'Hill Street Blues'. [more]

02/01/2014: Okains Bay Museum
Murray Sacker is the curator of the Okains Bay Maori and Colonial Museum. [more]

02/01/2014: Australia correspondent - Donna Field
Tony Abbott used his new years message, to among other things, signal he'd be "starting a the conversation" about constitutional recognition for indigenous peoples. [more]

02/01/2014: Homefront - Ward 8 in wartime
Joan Lober's reminiscences of nursing during World War Two. [more]

02/01/2014: Book review with Simon Smiths
Simon Smiths reviews Alex Garland's 'The Beach'. [more]

02/01/2014: Psychology with Associate Professor Nathan Consedine
On narcissism. [more]

02/01/2014: Fishing with Mike Rendell
His book is called 'How to catch a fish - a beginners guide'. [more]

02/01/2014: Creativity with Kate Newby
Kate Newby, a Walter's Prize winning artist talks about the creative process. [more]

02/01/2014: Song I never want to hear again
With Mark Perry. [more]

03/01/2014: David McKie - what's in a name
Author of the book 'What's in a Surname? A Journey from Abercrombie to Zwicker' [more]

03/01/2014: USA correspondent - Mark Staufer
The first legal recreational marijuana shops have opened in Colorado, queues around the block in Denver! [more]

03/01/2014: Homefront - Ward 8 in wartime (Part 2)
Jack Perkins continues his conversation with Joan Lober about her nursing experiences during World War Two and those of her brother who was flying in Bomber Command. [more]

03/01/2014: Book review with Simon McCarley
Simon reveiws 'Bonfire of the Vanities' by Tom Wolfe. [more]

03/01/2014: Anthropologist Don Mitchell
Professor Don Mitchell was one of the first social scientists to spend a significant period of time in the field in Bouganville. [more]

03/01/2014: Movies with Dominic Corrie
Reviewing 'August: Osage County' and 'Walking with Dinosaurs' (in 3D). [more]

03/01/2014: New Zealand Rugby Museum
Stephen Berg has been with this museum in Palmerston North for five years. [more]

06/01/2014: Dr Rick Hanson - Rewiring Happiness
Dr Rick Hansen is a neuro-psychologist who says it's possible to train your brain to get the most out of positive experiences so that they'll see you through lifes challenges. [more]

06/01/2014: Europe correspondent - Andrew Potter
The worst storms in the UK for 20 years and the latest big thing to hit the small screen in the "Creative Dog Styling". [more]

06/01/2014: Homefront - Ward 8 In Wartime (Part 3)
Jack Perkins talks to Joan Lober about her wartime nursing experiences. [more]

06/01/2014: Book review with Nicky Pellegrino
Nicky Pellegrino reveiws 'Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy' by Helen Fielding. [more]

06/01/2014: Food with Kim Evans
We're going back to those all important basics that will help your cooking no matter how good you are. [more]

06/01/2014: Guess who's coming to dinner?
With senior curator from Auckland Art Gallery Ron Brownson. [more]

06/01/2014: A virtual visit to Shantytown
Shantytown is just outside of Greymouth on the West Coast. It has delighted hundreds of thousands of vistors throughout the ages, with its reconstructed pioneer village and historic gold mining exhibits. [more]

06/01/2014: Song I never want to hear again
With Bob Gentil. [more]

07/01/2014: Patricia Edgar - In Praise of Ageing
Australian author, TV producer, and educator. She says getting old is no bad thing, you just need the right perspective. Patricia's book is called 'In Praise of Aging'. [more]

07/01/2014: Middle East Correspondent Lily Grimes
The headlines have been dominated by reports of Al Quaeda taking control of Fallujah. [more]

07/01/2014: Homefront - The Sounds Watch (Part 1)
Keeping watch on the Sounds - more stories from wartime in Wellington. [more]

07/01/2014: Book review with Kiran Daas
Kiran Daas reveiws 'Blue Nights' by Joan Didion. [more]

07/01/2014: TV History: Irene Gardiner - politics
NZ on Screen content director Irene Gardiner has been working her way through the NZ on Screen website to find some old gems in the realm of the political. [more]

07/01/2014: Creativity - Rachel King
Novelist Rachel King on connections, creativity and Christchurch. [more]

07/01/2014: Museum - Motueka
Pauline Westall looks after the Motueka museum. [more]

07/01/2014: Song I never want to hear again
With Merv Smith. [more]

08/01/2014: Mike Paterniti - The Telling Room
His book called 'The Telling Room' is the remarkable story of a quest for a piece of cheese, not just any cheese, but the finest, rarest cheese in the world. [more]

08/01/2014: Asia correspondent Rachel Mealey
There's been outrage here, and all over the world, at the images of 3 dead Minke whales on the deck of the Nishin Maru. [more]

08/01/2014: Homefront: The Sounds Watch - Part 2
In the early 1940's the Marlborough sounds were a key focus of New Zealand's homefront war as over 150 men were trained to act as the first line of defence in the event of an enemy landing. [more]

08/01/2014: Book review with Adam Brookfield
Adam Brookfield reviews 'Brave New World' by Aldous Huxley. [more]

08/01/2014: Museum - Te Papa
The senior curator of creative industries at Te Papa is Claire Renault. [more]

08/01/2014: Trends - urban baches
With Home Magazine editor Jeremy Hansen. [more]

08/01/2014: Creativity - Tom Sainsbury
Playwright Tom Sainsbury on his beginnings and journey into the art of writing for the stage and screen. [more]

08/01/2014: Mark Russell - God Is Disappointed in You
His book 'God Is Disappointed in You' is for people who would like to read the Bible... if it would just cut to the chase. [more]

08/01/2014: Song I never want to hear again
With radio broadcaster Kerry Stevens. [more]

09/01/2014: Feature interview - John Safran
The Australian broadcaster famous for the sorts of TV stunts, including being crucified in the Phillipines a few years back, he's written a book about the murder of a white supremacist in America, it's an extraordinary story. [more]

09/01/2014: Dargaville Museum
Raewyn Sills briefs us on this unique establishment in Harding Park overlooking the town. There are all sorts of special exhibits including the Masts of the Rainbow Warrior and one of the biggest accordian collections in the world. [more]

09/01/2014: Australian correspondent - Donna Field
Australia is sweltering with record temperatures across the country. [more]

09/01/2014: Homefront - The home front war
A Jack Perkins series on recollections of wartime in Wellington. [more]

09/01/2014: Book review with Stacy Gregg
Stacy Gregg reviews 'Black Beauty' by Anna Sewell. [more]

09/01/2014: Psychology with Prof Nathan Consedine
Social networks; technology has made this possible, is technology going to change how we relate to eachother? [more]

09/01/2014: Paul Rutherford - Frankie Goes to Hollywood
In 1983 Frankie Goes To Hollywood burst into the pop charts with their single 'Relax'. Not only did it make number one but it was infamously banned by the BBC. [more]

09/01/2014: Creativity - Juliette Hogan
With fashion designer Juliette Hogan. [more]

09/01/2014: Song I never want to hear again
With radio broadcaster Murray Inglis. [more]

10/01/2014: Feature interview - Matt Berninger
Matt Berninger is the lead singer of the group 'The National'. They released their sixth album in the middle of last year, and got their first Grammy nomination at the end of the year, for best alternative album. [more]

10/01/2014: Southland Museum and Art Gallery
Tracey Wedge is the museum co-ordinator. [more]

10/01/2014: US Correspondent - Charlie Herman
The polar vortex and the New Jersey Governor scandal. [more]

10/01/2014: Homefront -The War on the Homefront (part 2)
Wellington woman, Ena Ryan tells Jack Perkins how she decided to go dancing with the recruits of the Second Echlon during World War Two. [more]

10/01/2014: Book review - Kate Sylvester
Kate Sylvester reveiws 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' a novella by Truman Capote. [more]

10/01/2014: Movies - Dominic Corrie
'The Book Thief', 'Short Term 12', and '47 Ronin'. [more]

10/01/2014: Guess who's coming to dinner?
With actor and televsion presenter Peter Elliot. [more]

10/01/2014: Song I never want to hear again
With radio broadcaster Helen Brabizon. [more]

13/01/2014: Politics and elections 2014
With Associate Professor Raymond Miller and Sir Geoffrey Palmer. [more]

13/01/2014: Europe correspondent Andrew Potter
An update on the continuing awful weather and bad news for Francois Hollande, now officially the most unpopular French President ever! [more]

13/01/2014: Homefront -The War on the Homefront (part 3)
Ena Ryan remembers how news of casualties began to filter through. [more]

13/01/2014: Book review with Graham Beattie
Graham Beattie reviews 'The Book Thief' by Marcuz Zuzack. [more]

13/01/2014: Museum visit - Matakohe
Betty Nellie is the director of The Kauri Museum at Matakohe in Northland. [more]

13/01/2014: Food with Kim Evans
Chocolate meringue cake. [more]

13/01/2014: Guess who's coming to dinner?
With Finlay Macdonald. [more]

13/01/2014: Harry Ricketts on Bob Dylan
Harry Ricketts takes a look at the language and the songs of Bob Dylan. [more]

13/01/2014: Judge Andrew Becroft and Graeme McCann
Principal Youth Court Judge Andrew Becroft, and Graham McCann, principal of Rosehill College in Auckland discuss issues related to teenagers. [more]

14/01/2014: Middle East correspondent Lily Grimes
Ariel Sharon laid to rest in family ceremony after state funeral. [more]

14/01/2014: Homefront - The Homefront War Part 4
The final part of Ina Ryan's conversation with Jack Perkins, remembering life in Wellington during World War Two. [more]

14/01/2014: Book review with Sonya de Friez
Sonya de Friez reveiws 'The Bling Ring' by Nancy Jo Sales. [more]

14/01/2014: TV with Irene Gardiner
We ask Irene to give us her top five picks of some well-known screen industry folk. [more]

14/01/2014: Author Marcus Zusak
Marcus Zuzak is the author of 'The Book Thief', he's our creativity interview today. [more]

14/01/2014: Museum visit - Wanaka
Jason Rhodes from the National Transport and Toy Museum in Wanaka. [more]

13/01/2014: Song I never want to hear again
With broadcaster Neil Collins. [more]

15/01/2014: Panel discussion - gender
With Dr Jennifer Curtin and Dr Nicola Gavey. [more]

15/01/2014: Asia correspondent Rachel Mealey
The continiuing protests in Thailand. Dennis Rodman in North Korea. [more]

15/01/2014: Homefront: The Friendly Invasion - Part 1
A look back at the so called 'Friendly Invasion' - the arrival of American troops in Wellington during World War Two. [more]

15/01/2014: Book review with Rose Matafeo
Rose Matafeo reviews Jennifer Saunder's book 'Bonkers - a life in laughs'. [more]

15/01/2014: Museum visit: Fun Ho! Toys
We're in Inglewood, Taranaki at the Fun Ho Toy museum. Fun Ho was once New Zealand's biggest toymaker. [more]

15/01/2014: Home trends - Jeremy Hansen
Developments is designing city spaces. [more]

15/01/2014: New music with Nick Dwyer
DJ and broadcaster Nick Dwyer, who is part of the 'Wierd Together' music project. [more]

15/01/2014: Creativity with Toa Fraser
Playwright and film maker Toa Fraser, whose works span everything from the acclaimed stage play No.2 to film fable 'Dean Spanley' starring the late great Peter O toole. [more]

16/01/2014: Panel discussion - communications
With Finlay Macdonald and Mike Hutcheson. [more]

16/01/2014: Australia correspondent - Donna Field
Australians have been sweltering in temperatures over forty degrees and it doesn't look like it's going to cool down any time soon. [more]

16/01/2014: Homefront: The Friendly Invasion - Part 2
Our guide, Jack Perkins, takes us to the Paekakariki Station Museum to look through some of the relics and memorabilia of those US marines who found themselves living on our shores. [more]

16/01/2014: Book review with Tom Sainsbury
Tom Sainsbury reveiws 'Bravo Jeeves' by P.G. Wodehouse. [more]

16/01/2014: Modern health worries
With Dr Nathan Consedine. [more]

16/01/2014: Guest interview - Roger Hall
Playwright Roger Hall is with us to talk about creativity. [more]

16/01/2014: Museum visit - Coaltown
Joining us from Westport's 'Coaltown' museum is Chris Hartigan who began working at the museum when he was at high school, 13 years ago. [more]

16/01/2014: Song I never want to hear again
With broadcaster John Hawkesby. [more]

17/01/2014: Panel discussion on 'Good Stuff'
With David Slack and Dr Marc Wilson. [more]

17/01/2014: Museum visit - McCahon House, Auckland
Joining us to tell us more about this hidden treasure is Diane Blomfield. [more]

17/01/2014: US correspondent Charlie Herman
The latest on 'Bidgegate' the unfolding saga of New Jersey governor Chris Christie and the George Washington bridge. Next week political and business leaders head to the World Economic forum in Davos. [more]

17/01/2014: Homefront: Gollans Valley War
David Burdan talks about the 'Gollans Valley War'. [more]

17/01/2014: Book review with Guy Montgomery
Guy Montgomery reveiws Graham Greene's novel 'Brighton Rock'. [more]

17/01/2014: Movies with Dominic Corrie
Reveiwing 'Inside Lewyn Davis' from the Cohen brothers and 'Jupiter Ascending' directed by The Wachowskis. [more]

17/01/2014: Creativity with Claire Cowan
Claire Cowan is a young Auckland composer who is, at the beginning of her career, already getting a reputation for innovation and the best kind of unpredictability. [more]

17/01/2014: Ross Tulloch - History of Reggae to Ska
Ross Tulloch gives us a brief zip through the history from Reggae to Ska. [more]

17/01/2014: Dinner party for five - Delaney Mes
Delaney Mes actually does this for real; sets up dinner parties and plans them out, from theme to food. [more]

17/01/2014: Song I never want to hear again
With Simon Morris and Phil O'Brien. [more]

25/12/2014: Feature Interview
Senior Sergeant Richard McPhail and CEO of Tearfund NZ Ian McInnes revists the horrifying events of the Boxing Day tsunami ten years ago today. [more]

25/12/2014: USA correspondent
Our US correspondent Susan Baldacci is with us from sunny Florida. [more]

25/12/2014: Boxing Day Shopping
Dr Paul Harrison explains what drives to us hit the malls on Boxing Day. [more]

25/12/2014: Summer jobs
Auckland City Missioner Diane Robertson on feeding 2500 people for Christmas. [more]

25/12/2014: Regular experts
Movie reviewer Dominic Corry reviews the year in film. [more]

25/12/2014: Tales from Hollywood
An insider look at the city of angels from author D.R Haney. [more]

25/12/2014: Songs of our lives
Opera Trio, Sol3 Mio, pick the songs of their lives. [more]

25/12/2014: Book Club
Australian writer Simon Smithson reviews Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. [more]

28/12/2014: Feature interview - Chandler Burr
The New York Times has only ever had one perfume critic, Chandler Burr. [more]

28/12/2014: Tour around the galleries
Whakatāne Museum, Gallery and Research Centre. [more]

28/12/2014: UK correspondent Andrew Potter
An Italian car ferry is on fire off Corfu. Too much of a good thing for skiers in France. New terror threats from Al Qaeda. Guards for the guards. A new play is called Truth, Lies, Diana. [more]

28/12/2014: Riley Elliott - the shark man
Marine Biologist Riley Elliott is the 'Shark Man', that's the name of his new book, which documents his lifelong love, and fascination for the big fish at the top of the food chain. [more]

28/12/2014: Summer jobs series
We're in Christchurch at Orana Park, it's more a wildlife park than a traditional zoo and joining us is Alyssa Salton, the Head Keeper of Native Fauna. [more]

28/12/2014: Designing the bach
With Jeremy Hansen, editor of Home magazine. [more]

28/12/2014: Songs of our lives - Brooke Fraser
Songwriter Brooke Fraser, shares her musical memories and some of the more recent songs she's been listening to. [more]

28/12/2014: Student voices
AUT student Monika Barton is an atheist, the granddaughter of a Holocaust survivor, Ben Wichtel, and loves bacon - but is she Jewish? Monica speaks to her family about the grandparents she never knew and explores the Jewish community in Auckland in a bid to connect with her roots. [more]

28/12/2014: Book Club
Former mayor Bob Harvey reviews Jack Kerouac's 'On The Road'. [more]

29/12/2014: Feature interview - Former Australian PM Julia Gillard
Julia Gillard became the first female prime minister of Australia on June 24th, 2010 an office she held, for just over 3 years, until her defeat by Kevin Rudd in a leadership vote in June 2013. Her new autobiography, My Story, is an account of her time as Prime Minister of Australia in her own words. [more]

29/12/2014: Gallery visit - The Suter Art Gallery
We're in the Suter Gallery in Nelson, where director, Julie Catchpole, who is right in the middle of supervising renovations of the gallery. [more]

29/12/2014: Australia correspondent Donna Field
ABC journalist Donna Field is with us from Brisbane. [more]

29/12/2014: Feature interview - Peter Walker
Peter Walker started out working on The Dominion newspaper in 1976 before leaving New Zealand, first for Australia and then for the UK where he worked for a range of papers, including The Independent and Independent on Sunday, where he was Foreign Editor. [more]

29/12/2014: Summer jobs - Milford Track
DOC hut warden Ross Harroway. [more]

29/12/2014: Food writer Smon Farrell Green
Simon Farrell-Green on the food trends of 2014. [more]

29/12/2014: Songs of our lives
With NZ on Air's Brendan Smyth. [more]

29/12/2014: Student voices - Claudia Sykes
AUT student Claudia Sykes on Burma the elephant. [more]

29/12/2014: Book Club - 1984
Actor Adam Brookfield reviews George Orwell's 1984. [more]

30/12/2014: Feature interview - Celia Lashlie
Celia Lashlie on raising boys. [more]

30/12/2014: Treasures of the Art Gallery
Tauranga Art Gallery with Penelope Jackson. [more]

30/12/2014: Middle east correspondent Lily Grimes
Jailed journalist appeal. US missile strikes against Syria. Slavory in the Islamic State. Iran's nuclear program. [more]

30/12/2014: Michelin chef Massimo Bottura
Massimo Bottura is one of the superstar elite of chefs. [more]

30/12/2014: Summer jobs
Jane Dixon from Golden Bay's Mussel Inn. [more]

30/12/2014: Extra for Experts
Duncan Grieve on television. [more]

30/12/2014: Songs of our lives
With Christchurch musician Al Park. [more]

30/12/2014: Student voices
AUT Student Brittany Cunningham on teen parents. [more]

30/12/2014: Book Club - John Campbell
John Campbell reviews F. Scott Fitzgerald's 'The Great Gatsby'. [more]

31/12/2014: Feature interview - Jake Simkin
Jake Simkin is an Australian cinematographer, photographer and video maker, whose work has taken him all over the world. We caught up with him recently when he was based in northern Syria. [more]

31/12/2014: Gallery visit - Dowse Art Museum
The Dowse Art Museum with Courtney Johnson. [more]

31/12/2014: Asia correspondent - Rachel Mealey
Our Asia correspondent Rachel Mealey is in Yuzawa, Japan on this first day of the new year. [more]

31/12/2014: Feature interview - Theresa Gattung
Theresa Gattung broke the glass ceiling for women in business in this country. As CEO of Telecom, she reinvented the organisation and in turn was named in Forbe's 2006 100 Most powerful women. She wrote about her experiences in her 2010 book Bird on a wire. Since stepping away from the business spotlight, she has thrown herself into other business ventures and charity work. [more]

31/12/2014: Summer jobs
With Bob Kerridge the executive director of the Auckland SPCA. [more]

31/12/2014: Regular experts
Joining us from her bach in Govenors Bay is writer Rosie Belton - whose book Wild Blackberries was probably in many peoples Christmas stocking this year. [more]

31/12/2014: Songs of our lives
Mike Chunn has worked with songs all his life, from Split Enz and Citizen Band through Mushroom Records to over a decade as Director of Operations for APRA, and CEO of the Play it Strange Trust. This week, he was recognised for his services to music, and to mental health awareness when he was made a Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the New Years Honours List. [more]

31/12/2014: Student voices
AUT third year journalism students present personal short documentaries on the subjects that matter to them. Today, Missy Dare explores the tradition of waka - the sea going vessels that have been used for fishing, war, trade and transport, asking the question: 'Do waka still have relevance in this day and age?' [more]

31/12/2014: Book Club
David Slack reviews Evelyn Waughs novel 'Decline and Fall'. [more]

01/01/2015: Feature interview - Emily Rapp
Three days after Emily Rapp's son Ronan was diagnosed with a terminal illness, she started blogging about the experience. He was 9 months old and had Tay-Sachs disease, a fatal, degenerative condition. [more]

01/01/2015: Gallery visit
Southland Museum & Art Gallery with Irene Schroeder. [more]

01/01/2015: USA correspondent - Susan Baldacci
Susan Baldacci is back in Denver Colorado and she joins us from there. [more]

01/01/2015: New Year's Honours - Professor Emeritus Gary Hermansson
Professor Emeritus Gary Hermansson had dedicated his life to success in sport, first as an athlete - as part of the Wellington team that beat both South Africa and the British Lions in the 1960s, and as a New Zealand Under 23 cricketer - then as a psychologist. He's been to every Olympics and Commonwealth Games since 1998, helping athletes reach their peak and he's busy planning for Rio in 2016. This week he was recognised as an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to the field of sport psychology. [more]

01/01/2015: Summer jobs
With Aaron Marriott, who owns a skydiving business. [more]

01/01/2015: Regular experts
Movie reviewer Dominic Corry reviews 'Codebreaker',' Exodus: Gods and Kings', and 'The Water Diviner'. [more]

01/01/2015: Tales from Hollywood
An insider look at the city of angels from author D.R Haney. [more]

01/01/2015: Songs of our lives
Chosing the songs of a life today, Documentary maker, television programmer, one-time performer Richard Driver. [more]

01/01/2015: Book Club
Novelist and poet CK Stead reviews 'Lolita' by Vladimir Nabokov. [more]

04/01/2015: Feature interview - Tim Cope
Tim Cope - on the trail of Genghis Khan. [more]

04/01/2015: Treasures of the Art Gallery
Russell Museum with Shelley Arlidge. [more]

04/01/2015: UK correspondent Andrew Potter
The Prince Andrew scandal, UK electioneering begins and abandoned migrant ships in the Mediterranean. [more]

04/01/2015: Feature interview - Irene Gardiner
Irene Gardiner with gems from NZ on Screen [more]

04/01/2015: Tennis - Karl Budge
New Zealand's biggest tennis open begins in Auckland today and organisers say it's the strongest line up in the event's history. Joining us in the midst of last minute preparations is events manager Karl Budge. [more]

04/01/2015: Penguin classic book club
Paula Penfold reviews 'In cold blood' by Truman Capote. [more]

04/01/2015: Extra for Experts
Editor of Home Magazine, Jeremy Hansen. [more]

04/01/2015: Songs of our lives
Brent Hansen choosing his songs of a life. [more]

04/01/2015: Student voices
AUT third year journalism students present personal short documentaries on the subjects that matter to them. Keelan McCafferty - 'Three Gay Sons'. [more]

04/01/2015: Book Club
Kiran Dass reads To Kill a Mockingbird. [more]

05/01/2015: Feature interview - Tim Cope
Today we continue Tim Cope's story of his epic adventure on the trail of Genghis Khan. We find out how Marmoset helped him, the horsemen he met along the way and cope with the freezing temperatures. [more]

05/01/2015: Treasures of the Art Gallery
Rotorua Museum curator Karl Chitham. [more]

05/01/2015: Australia correspondent - Donna Field
The latest on the bush fires in South Australia [more]

05/01/2015: Feature interview - Karen Scott
Dr Karen Scott is an expert in wellbeing, or more specifically how politicians use the measurement of wellbeing to create policy. [more]

05/01/2015: Summer jobs
Deborah Gray is one half of a husband and wife clowning team in Wellington. [more]

05/01/2015: Extra for experts
Simon Farrell Green on food trends. [more]

05/01/2015: Cricket
The Black Caps have just started the fourth day of their second test against Sri Lanka at the Basin Reserve Cricket ground. RNZ reporter Stephen Hewson has been watching the match. [more]

05/01/2015: Songs of our lives
With independent producer, director, and writer Tainui Stephens. [more]

05/01/2015: Student voices
AUT third year journalism students present personal short documentaries on the subjects that matter to them. Rhianna Watson on her fear of clowns. [more]

05/01/2015: Classic Book Club
Ali Ikram reads 'Heart of Darkness' by Joseph Conrad. [more]

06/01/2015: Feature interview - Alexander Vreeland
In a book called Memos, Alexander Vreeland, grandson of American Vogue visionary editor Diana Vreeland, remembers his grandmother, in her own words. [more]

06/01/2015: Treasures of the Art Gallery
Cara Fitzgerald from the small but perfectly formed Aigantighe Museum in Timaru. [more]

06/01/2015: Middle east correspondent - Lily Grimes
Latest on the civil war in Syria. New rules for refugees in Lebanon. A retrial for Aljazeera journalists. [more]

06/01/2015: Feature interview - Litsa Dremousis
Author Litsa Dremousis on her book 'Altitude Sickness'. [more]

06/01/2015: Summer jobs
Whale watcher Nadine Bott. [more]

06/01/2015: Extra for experts
Reviewer Alex Casey on television. [more]

06/01/2015: Songs of our lives
Christchurch singer Nicki Reece is choosing the songs of her life. [more]

06/01/2015: Student voices
AUT third year journalism students present personal short documentaries on the subjects that matter to them. Charlotte Moreland on vinyl records. [more]

06/01/2015: Book Club
Ronnie Mackie reviews 'Around the World in 80 Days'. [more]

07/01/2015: Feature interview - Adrian Hyland
He's a teacher and a crime novelist who lives in the foothills of the Kinglake Ranges. His latest book is non-fiction, and tells the story of the Kinglake disaster. [more]

07/01/2015: International News with Paul Buchanan
A huge manhunt is underway tonight in France for the gunmen who left 12 people dead at the offices of 'Charlie Ebdo' - a satirical newspaper. [more]

07/01/2015: Asia correspondent - Charlotte Glennie
Indonesian search and rescue teams have found the all important tail piece. The opposition National League for Democracy party in Myanmar confirmed that it will contest even if a constitutional measure barring Aung San Suu Kyi from running for president. [more]

07/01/2015: Treasures of the Art Gallery
Leafa Wilson on Waikato Museum [more]

07/01/2015: Feature interview - Sandra Gilbert
Sandra Gilbert is currently holds the title of Distinguished Professor of English emirita at the University of California, Davis. Her latest book, The Culinary Imagination is a look at how we represent food in art, drama, literature and myth among other imaginative processes, and what those representations say about us. [more]

07/01/2015: Summer jobs
Pet photographer Tara Sutherland. [more]

07/01/2015: Extra for Experts - Rosie Belton
With food writer Rosie Belton [more]

07/01/2015: Cleaning up the coastline - Hayden Smith
Hayden Smith is the man behind the organisation known as Seacleaners dedicated to cleaning up our coastlines [more]

07/01/2015: Songs of our lives - John MacDonald
Well known musicians and music critics pick three songs that mean the world to them. [more]

07/01/2015: Book Club
Finlay MacDonald reviews 'The Magus'. [more]

08/01/2015: Feature interview - Andrew Solomon
Andrew Solomon is a writer and lecturer on psychology, politics, and the arts. His recent book is titled 'The Noonday Demon: An Atlas of Depression'. [more]

08/01/2015: USA correspondent Susan Baldacci
US President Barack Obama says the US is standing shoulder to shoulder with the French People against terrorism as the search continues for the gunmen who attacked the offices of a French Satirical magazine in Paris killing 12 people. [more]

08/01/2015: Composer John Psathas
Professor John Psathas of Victoria Univeristy is the composer behind No Man's Land, a piece of music and film which will bring together musicians from all around the world to commemorate the First World War. [more]

08/01/2015: Cartoonist Rod Emerson
Hit hard by the deaths was the family of cartoonists around the world - and one of our finest cartoonists here in New Zealand - Rod Emerson [more]

08/01/2015: Extra for Experts - Dominic Corry on Movies
Dominic reviews the movies 'Into The Woods', 'Dumb and Dumber To' and, 'Taken 3'. [more]

08/01/2015: Summer jobs
Scuba instructor, Darren Spratt [more]

08/01/2015: Tales from Hollywood
An insider look at the city of angels from author D.R Haney. [more]

08/01/2015: Songs of our lives
Greg Haver choosing the songs of his life. [more]

08/01/2015: Book Club
Simon McCarley reviews 'Swallows and Amazons'. [more]

11/01/2015: Morning panel on politics
Mark Boyd and Bronwyn Hayward on Politics [more]

11/01/2015: UK correspondent Andrew Potter
The extraordinary scenes in Paris of a two million strong unity march following a bloody and terrible week for France. The second week of unofficial election campaigning in the UK. [more]

11/01/2015: Treasures of the Art Gallery
Dunedin Art Gallery - Cam McCraken [more]

11/01/2015: Summer jobs - professional glacier guide
We're going way down south to the Franz Josef Glacier, where Dale Burrows works as a professional glacier guide. [more]

11/01/2015: Extra for Experts
Jeremy Hansen on home trends. [more]

11/01/2015: Songs of our lives
Investigative reporter Rob Harley chooses the songs of his life. [more]

11/01/2015: Student voices
AUT student Brie Pryde takes on the sugar free diet. [more]

11/01/2015: Book Club
Michele A'Court reviews Nancy Mitford's 'Love in a Cold Climate'. [more]

12/01/2015: Morning Panel - social media and distraction
Finlay MacDonald and Mike Hutcheson on 'Distractions'. [more]

12/01/2015: Australia correspondent Donna Field
The Martin Place siege, upcoming Queensland Elections, and bushfires in South Australia. [more]

12/01/2015: Treasures of the Art Gallery
Taupo Museum - Chris Potter [more]

12/01/2015: Summer jobs
Surf Lifesaver Grace Poole. [more]

12/01/2015: Extra for Experts
Simon Farrell Green on Food Trends [more]

12/01/2015: Songs of our lives
Broadcaster Trevor Reekie chooses the songs of his life. [more]

12/01/2015: Student voices
AUT student Ally Myers on raising bicultural children in New Zealand. [more]

12/01/2015: Book Club
Guy Montgomery reviews Anthony Burgess's 'A Clockwork Orange'. [more]

13/01/2015: Morning Panel - New Zealand communities
Ella Henry and Katie Murray looking at issues facing New Zealand communities. [more]

13/01/2015: Middle east correspondent Lilly Grimes
Funerals for Paris supermarket attack, politics from the region, and Hosni Mubarak freed from jail. [more]

13/01/2015: Tennis at the Heineken Open
What had been a flat start to the Heineken Open was spiced up last night when Michael Venus became the first New Zealand player to beat an overseas competitor in 13 years. [more]

13/01/2015: Treasures of the Art Gallery
Eastern Southland Gallery - Jim Geddes [more]

13/01/2015: Summer jobs
Newsreader Paul Brennan. [more]

13/01/2015: Extra for Experts
Duncan Grieve on television. [more]

13/01/2015: Songs of our lives
Broadcaster Kevin Milne chooses the songs of his life. [more]

13/01/2015: Student voices
AUT student Elouise Packham faces her fear of heights. [more]

13/01/2015: Book Club
TV3 Political Editor Patrick Gower reviews John Steinbeck's 'Of Mice and Men'. [more]

14/01/2015: Morning Panel - New Zealand's place in the world
Prof Robert Patman and Dr Paul Buchanan on New Zealand's place in the world. [more]

14/01/2015: Aisa correspondent Charlotte Glennie
Papal visit to the Philippines and Sri Lanka, the latest on the Air Asia investigation. [more]

14/01/2015: GNS seismologist on drilling the Alpine Fault
GNS Science seismologist Dr Rupert Sutherland is at the drill site in Whataroa near Franz Josef. [more]

14/01/2015: Treasures of the Art Gallery
Janet Bayly from the Mahara Gallery in Waikanae. [more]

14/01/2015: Summer jobs
Snow-maker Bjorn Arndt. [more]

14/01/2015: Extra for Experts
Fleur Sullivan with recipes from the iconic 'Fleur's Place' in Moeraki. [more]

14/01/2015: Songs of our lives
Our very own Noelle McCarthy chooses the songs of her life. [more]

14/01/2015: Student voices
AUT students' short documentaries - today: Barkley Manor. [more]

14/01/2015: Book Club
Sonja DeFrieze reviews Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights. [more]

15/01/2015: Morning Panel - the economic year ahead
Rod Oram and Bernard Hickey on economic year ahead. [more]

15/01/2015: USA correspondent Susan Baldacci
Susan Baldacci has been our eyes and ears in America this summer and she is on the line with us from Denver. [more]

15/01/2015: Author Claire Bidwell Smith
About her new book After This which explores what happens to us when we die. [more]

15/01/2015: Treasures of the Art Gallery
Paul Brobbel from the Govett Brewster in New Plymouth [more]

15/01/2015: Summer jobs
Brewer Soren Erikson. [more]

15/01/2015: Extra for Experts
Movie reviewer Dominic Corry. [more]

15/01/2015: Tales from Hollywood
Duke Haney meets Elizabeth Taylor. [more]

15/01/2015: Songs of our lives
Radio producer Zara Potts chooses the songs of her life. [more]

15/01/2015: Book Club
Journalist Phil Vine reviews D.H Lawrence's 'Lady Chatterley's Lover'. [more]

27/12/2015: Cliff Curtis
Noelle talks to Cliff Curtis about his 20 years as an actor and his latest work. [more]

27/12/2015: Donna Field
Donna Field joins Noelle from Australia to discuss the latest news there. [more]

27/12/2015: Gloria Steinem
Noelle talks to activist and feminist Gloria Steinem about her book, 'My Life on the Road'. [more]

27/12/2015: Daily Feature - Roads
We talk to author Bruce Ansley about his book which looks at New Zealand roads. [more]

27/12/2015: CK Stead
Poet CK Stead joins Noelle to talk about his favourite poem and gives us a reading. [more]

27/12/2015: Songs of our lives
Gisborne Mayor Meng Foon is with Noelle to talk about the songs have the most meaning in his life. [more]

27/12/2015: Classic Film Club
Writer and Director Louis Sutherland talks about why The Princess Bride is his all time favourite flick. [more]

28/12/2015: Author AE Hotchner
Ernest Hemingway's best friend talks to Noelle about his life with the writer and the book he's written called Hemingway in Love: His Own Story [more]

28/12/2015: UK Correspondent
Andrew Potter joins Noelle to discuss what's happening on his side of the world. [more]

28/12/2015: Dr Helen Pankhurst
Great granddaughter of Suffragette leader Emeline talks to Noelle about the movie based on her famous family members [more]

28/12/2015: Roads
With broadcaster Kevin Milne choosing the road of the day. [more]

28/12/2015: Poetry
With Poet Ashleigh Young talking about her favourite poem and doing a reading. [more]

28/12/2015: Movie reviewer
Dom Corry joins Noelle from LA to talk about the latest offerings at the cinema. [more]

28/12/2015: Professor Vic Arcus
Vic Arcus begins his weekly segment on the life of science. [more]

28/12/2015: Songs of My Life
Cocos Cantina owners Renee and Damaris Coulter are talking about the music of their lives. [more]

28/12/2015: Classic Film Club
TV3 movie reviewer Kate Rodger talking about her all time favourite flick. [more]

29/12/2015: Larissa McFarquhar
Strangers Drowning: Voyages to the Brink of Moral Extremity is a new book by MacFarquar that asks, in a world of strangers drowning in need, how much should we help, and how much can we help? [more]

29/12/2015: Movie Reviewer Dom Corry
From LA talking about the latest releases. Today he's giving us his thoughts on French dramedy The Bélier Family, the latest Jennifer Lawrence film, Joy and the Point Break remake. [more]

29/12/2015: Blogger Matt Vickers
Tell you What 2016 is a new collection of NZ Non-Fiction, featuring writing by some of our best journalists, essayists, and bloggers. Among the entries is apiece by Matt Vickers, the husband of Lucretia Seales who was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2011, and who went to the High Court in 2015 to fight for the right not to be subjected to the unnecessary suffering of a long and painful death. She died on the 5th of June this year, on the same day the High Court ruled that even though her wishes were rational and reasonable, only Parliament could change the law around assisted death. Matt Vickers talks to Noelle about his blog and how it all started for him. [more]

29/12/2015: Road of the Day with Sir Jon Trimmer
One of our great ballet dancers shares his favourite road with Noelle. [more]

29/12/2015: Poets reading Poems.
Today Vincent O'Sullivan reads Robert Graves and tells us why "Counting the Beats" is such a fantastic piece. [more]

29/12/2015: Evolving Cities.
Editor of Home Magazine Jeremy Hansen has been in Houston Texas and shares his thoughts on the rapid growth that city is experiencing. [more]

29/12/2015: AUT Student Documentary.
Today we have a piece by Mikayla Hall who's done some investigating into the virtues of adopting a dog rather than buying one. [more]

29/12/2015: Songs of My Life.
Well known Grey District Mayor Tony Kokshoorn is telling us about the songs which mark occasions in his lifetime. [more]

29/12/2015: Classic Film Club.
Journalist and writer Steve Braunias joins Noelle to talk about his all-time favourite movie. [more]

30/12/2015: Movie critic and Writer
Tom Shone talks to Noelle about this craft and current films on offer. [more]

30/12/2015: Kate Shuttleworth
Kate Shuttleworth gives us the latest news from the region. [more]

30/12/2015: Tell You What Essay by Charles Anderson
With Charles Anderson who has taken an indepth look at the Easy Rider tragedy. [more]

30/12/2015: Road of the Day
Cartoonist Rod Emmerson joins Noelle to discuss his favourite stretch of highway. [more]

30/12/2015: Poets Reading Poetry
With Paula Green doing a reading and talking about a Bill Manhire poem. [more]

30/12/2015: Etiquette
With Leah McFall talking about what we can do to improve our manners. [more]

30/12/2015: AUT Student Documentary
On larping by Dylan Garrod. [more]

30/12/2015: Songs of My Life
With James Milne discussing the music that's shaped his world. [more]

31/12/2015: Dr John Mayhew
New Years honour recipient talks to Noelle about being recognized in the 2016 list for his services to sports medicine. As well as being All Black physician for well over a decade he's also worked with the Warriors, Commonwealth Games teams and cross country championships. He joins Noelle to talk about his role in sport and working with some of the most famous sporting faces New Zealand has produced. [more]

31/12/2015: Mitzi Trumbo
Daughter of Dalton Trumbo. They were known as the Hollywood 10: movie writers and directors who ho defied the US House Un-American Activities Committee in 1947 by refusing to testify and participate in the witch hunt for communists in the early years of the cold war. Dalton Trumbo would spend 10 months in prison for contempt of Congress and was blacklisted and denied work in the movie industry. But he found a way around that. He wrote 30 movies under different pseudonyms, including scripts for Roman Holiday and The Brave One that won two Oscars. Hollywood, which once turned its back on him, is now telling his story in a movie called Trumbo starring Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston. Dalton Trumbo's daughter Mitzi lives in California, she was happy to be involved in a new film about her father, even though, historically hollywood has not treated her family well. She shares her memories of her father and thoughts about the movie based on his life. [more]

31/12/2015: Susan Baldacci
US Correspondent joins us from Denver Colorado. She's got the latest on the charges laid against Bill Cosby as well as more on the Texas teen who might face jail after originally telling the courts he was "too rich" to go to prison. [more]

31/12/2015: Mawera Karetai - Road of the Day
She's a foodie and has a column in the Bay of Plenty Times. Mawera will also be joining the show later on to share some recipes with Noelle. Today she's talking about her favourite stretch of road which is in the Bay of Plenty. [more]

31/12/2015: Chelsea Winter
Master Chef winner shares her recipes for the holiday season with Noelle. Here's a link to her website for recipes from her new book Homemade Happiness. [more]

31/12/2015: Haylee Clarke - AUT Student Documentary
It's all about being addicted to coffee and why it's not that bad for you. [more]

31/12/2015: Bill Manhire - Poet reading a Poem
He's also a popular poet among his peers on this series who have selected his poems to read. [more]

31/12/2015: Michelle A'Court
Comedian, columnist and author of the book Stuff I forgot to tell my daughter, is choosing the Songs of a Life today. [more]

03/01/2016: Henry Marsh
Renowned brain surgeon talks about his book Do No Harm. [more]

03/01/2016: Donna Field
Our correspondent in Australia talks about the big stories across the Tasman. [more]

03/01/2016: Dave Dobbyn on his hit song 'Welcome Home'
Talks to Noelle in our How We Did It series on creating the hit song Welcome Home. [more]

03/01/2016: Todd Niall
RNZ's own talented reporter and presenter chooses the Road of the Day. [more]

03/01/2016: Professor Vic Arcus
Talks about science in the series Life Matters. [more]

03/01/2016: Georgia Hines
From AUT has produced today's student documentary looking at friendship [more]

03/01/2016: Tainui Stephens
Talks about his all time favourite movie for the Classic Film Club. [more]

03/01/2016: Kate De Goldi
Talks to Noelle about her musical choices in Songs of a Life. [more]

04/01/2016: Playwright Anna Ziegler
Playwright. Talks to Noelle about latest work in London, Photograph 51. [more]

04/01/2016: Andrew Potter
UK Correspondent gives the latest from the other side of the world. [more]

04/01/2016: Duncan Greive
Takes part in the How We Did It series on the Dan Carter biography he co-wrote. [more]

04/01/2016: Duncan Smith
Road of the day today, and it's Duncan Smith on The Pigroot State highway 85 between Palmerston and Alexandra in Central Otago. [more]

04/01/2016: Dom Corry
Movie reviewer, joins the show from LA to talk a couple of films about to be released here. [more]

04/01/2016: Andrew Duff
An AUT Student presents his documentary on why New Zealand is rugby mad. [more]

04/01/2016: Ali Ikram
Is on Summer Noelle to talk about his all time favourite movie on the Classic Film Club. [more]

04/01/2016: Wayne Mason
Choosing the music today for Songs of a Life. [more]

05/01/2016: Gillian Tett
The woman who predicted the 2008 GFC talks about her latest book. [more]

05/01/2016: Wayne Hay
Asia Correspondent in Bangkok with the latest from the region. [more]

05/01/2016: Actor and writer Oscar Kightley
On the series How We Did It talking about his career. [more]

05/01/2016: Chris Tse
Is the Poet reading Poems guest today with one of his own pieces. [more]

05/01/2016: Richard Langston
Road of the day, it's Richard Langston, director of TVs country calendar who has gone to quite a remote part of the country for his choice. [more]

05/01/2016: Jeremy Hansen
Editor of Home Magazine continues his series on evolving at cities - he joins us from LA to talk about his recent trip to New York. [more]

05/01/2016: Nikita Wire
The AUT Student who's behind today's documentary on nailing an audition. [more]

05/01/2016: Finlay MacDonald
Is talking about his all-time favourite film on the Classic Film Club. [more]

05/01/2016: Pam Corkery
Is with Noelle choosing the music for Songs of a Life. [more]

06/01/2016: Professor Jeremy Waldron
Esteemed Professor of Law at New York University and Oxford. [more]

06/01/2016: Kate Shuttleworth
Middle East correspondent shares the latest news from the region. [more]

06/01/2016: Jackie Van Beek
Is the guest in the How We Did It series today talking about her acting career. [more]

06/01/2016: Deborah Coddington
Is talking about her favourite road on Road of the Day. [more]

06/01/2016: Martin Edmond
Is today's Poet Reading a Poem guest. [more]

06/01/2016: Leah McFall
Is on the show to talk etiquette. [more]

06/01/2016: Ben Kjellberg
Is the AUT student presenting his documentary "Number 32". [more]

06/01/2016: Paul Little
Talking about his all time favourite movie on the Classic Film Club. [more]

06/01/2016: Jim Sullivan
Choosing the music today on Songs of My Life. [more]

07/01/2016: Walter Robinson
Boston Globe reporter at the centre of the movie Spotlight. [more]

07/01/2016: Susan Baldacci
US correspondent covers the big stories there. [more]

07/01/2016: Dame Kiri Te Kanawa
On her current visit home. [more]

07/01/2016: Sir Bob Harvey's favourite road
Talking about his favourite stretch of highway on Road of the Day. [more]

07/01/2016: Connie Clarkson
Chef sharing some summer recipes for the BBQ. [more]

07/01/2016: Sarah Pilkington
Is the AUT student presenting her documentary on long marriages. [more]

07/01/2016: Classic Film Club: Dan Slevin
RNZ's film reviewer Dan Slevin tells us about his all-time favourite movie - the charming comedy Local Hero, directed by Bill Forsyth. [more]

07/01/2016: Songs of a Life: Leonie Hayden
In today's Songs of a Life segment, Mana Magazine editor Leonie Hayden looks back on a few memorable songs that have stuck with her through the years. [more]

10/01/2016: Education with Stuart Middleton & Gregor Fountain
On a panel discussion about education [more]

10/01/2016: Donna Field
Australian correspondent with latest news from across Tasman. [more]

10/01/2016: Joe Nunweek on discipline in schools
Tell You What essay called 3 Boys [more]

10/01/2016: Michele Leggott
Is the Poet reading Poems guest. [more]

10/01/2016: Professor Vic Arcus
On Life Matters. [more]

10/01/2016: Tessa Telle
AUT student with her documentary The Talking Dead. [more]

10/01/2016: Veronica Schmidt on The Godfather
Talking about her all-time favourite movie in the Classic Film Club. [more]

10/01/2016: Bishop Justin Duckworth
Shares his musical memories in Songs of a Life. [more]

11/01/2016: Professors Claire Robinson and Bronwyn Hayward
The political panel looking at issues for 2016. [more]

11/01/2016: Andrew Potter
UK correspondent joins Noelle to talk about the big stories on his side of the world. [more]

11/01/2016: Trevor Reekie
RNZ Music feature maker Trevor Reekie talks about reactions to the death of David Bowie with Noelle McCarthy. [more]

11/01/2016: Arini Beautrais
Today's Poet Reading a Poem. [more]

11/01/2016: Dominic Corry
Movie reviewer with his verdict on the latest Tarantino film. [more]

11/01/2016: Amber Seay
Today's AUT student presenting her documentary. [more]

11/01/2016: Theresa Gattung
Picking the movie for the Classic Film Club. [more]

11/01/2016: Leilani Momoisea
Sharing her musical memories on Songs of a Life. [more]

12/01/2016: Paul Spoonley and Mai Chen on New Zealand identity
Panel discussion on New Zealand's identity. [more]

12/01/2016: Wayne Hay
Asia correspondent with the latest on the tensions on the Korean peninsula [more]

12/01/2016: Greg McGee
Author and playwright discusses his career in the How We Did It series. [more]

12/01/2016: Anton Blank
The guest taking part in the Poet reading a Poem series. [more]

12/01/2016: Jeremy Hansen
Completes his feature series today on evolving cities. [more]

12/01/2016: Ross Brown
AUT student presents his documentary on Electronic Dance Music. [more]

12/01/2016: Alex Casey
Choosing the movie today for the Classic Film Club. [more]

12/01/2016: Paul Casserly
Shares his musical memories in Songs of a Life. [more]

13/01/2016: Paul Buchanan and Greg Barton
A panel discussion on global security. [more]

13/01/2016: Kate Shuttleworth
Middle East Correspondent. [more]

13/01/2016: Marian Keyes
Author, joins the programme to talk about her latest book. [more]

13/01/2016: Joan Fleming
The guest for today's Poets reading Poems series. [more]

13/01/2016: Leah McFall
In her regular spot to discuss etiquette and today it's about over familiarity. [more]

13/01/2016: Danielle Fitzpatrick
An AUT student presenting her documentary on a new fashion craze. [more]

13/01/2016: Classic Film Club: Wallace Chapman on Casino
Wallace Chapman tells Noelle McCarthy why Martin Scorsese's Casino is his all time favourite movie in the Classic Film Club. [more]

13/01/2016: Wendyl Nissen
Shares her musical memories in Songs of a Life. [more]

14/01/2016: Reasons to be cheerful
A panel discussion on optimism in 2016. [more]

14/01/2016: Susan Baldacci
US correspondent on Obama's regrets and the billion dollar lottery prize up for grabs. [more]

14/01/2016: Miriam Smith and Chris Pryor
Talk about their film careers in the How We Did It Series. [more]

14/01/2016: Emma Neale
The Poet reading a Poem guest today. [more]

14/01/2016: Mawera Karetai
today's chef sharing summer recipes. [more]

14/01/2016: Nathan Hill
Is the AUT student presenting his documentary on how steaks get to our plates. [more]

14/01/2016: Jeremy Elwood
Talking about his all time favourite movie in the Classic Film Club. [more]

14/01/2016: Chris Gallavin
Shares his musical memories in Songs of a Life. [more]

14/01/2016: Elizabeth Smither
The Poet reading a Poem (not broadcast). [more]

14/01/2016: Tim Upperton
The Poet reading a Poem (not broadcast). [more]

14/01/2016: Fergus Barrowman
The Poet reading a Poem (not broadcast). [more]

14/01/2016: Thomas Sainsbury
Talking about his all time favourite movie in the Classic Film Club (not broadcast). [more]