Nine to Noon
Sports commentator Brendan Telfer
Brendan Telfer discusses what impact Aaron Cruden's likely absence due to injury, will have on the All Blacks chances of defending the Rugby World Cup.
Music review with Grant Smithies
Grant Smithies falls back in love with Dunedin's late, great Sneaky Feelings, checks out the third album from Cape Foulwind folkie Mel Parsons, and cranks up a 40-year-old Led Zeppelin classic.
Book review: Children's Books with John McIntyre
'The Last Anzac' by Gordon Winch, illustrated by Harriet Bailey. published by New Frontier Publishing, 'Riding into War' by Susan Brocker, published by Scholastic, and 'Wounds of War' by Diana Menefy, published by Scholastic.
The power struggle in the South China Sea
Bill Hayton is a long-time journalist/foreign correspondent with the BBC, and a large portion of his career has been reporting on events in South East Asia, the dissension and the toxic manoeuverings for access and control. He's written two books; his...
Pacific correspondent Mike Field
PM's dispute over Pacific Islands forum. Fijian-Cambodian Islamic State member Neil Prakash. The old bible that facinates the Papua New Guinea parliamentary speaker.
ANZAC composer with a personal connection
Michael Williams' ANZAC symphony draws on his own very personal connection with the Gallipoli campaign - the letters of his great-grandfather.
Ports of Auckland to push on with wharf extension
Ports of Auckland is digging in its heels on the Bledisloe wharf extension, saying it needs to do what's best for the company - not its owner, Auckland Council. Graeme Hawkins is the chair of Ports of Auckland, Todd Niall is Radio New Zealand's...
Film review with Dan Slevin
Dan reviews Samba, Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Parenting with Joseph Driessen
Joseph Driessen is an education consultant and parenting commentator.
New technology with Sarah Putt
Mobilegeddon, social media cleansing app, farewell to CallPllus founders who did a lot for competition.
Book review: 'A Reunion of Ghosts' by Judith Claire...
Published by Fourth Estate. Reviewed by Elisabeth Easther.
Why more NZ women, particularly Maori are being jailed
Dr Tracey McIntosh is an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Auckland. She has been looking at the experience of young Maori girls and women in prison and says greater investment in the social needs of young New Zealanders needs to...
UK Correspondent Jon Dennis
General election campaign: Tories warn of Scottish Nationalists threat, Lord Janner 'unable to stand trial' over paedophile allegations, Iraq war inquiry report delayed until 2016.
Just over one hundred years later, a major parade is planned for Wellington tomorrow as part of Anzac day commemorations. Military personnel will join veterans and their descendants, will join the procession which has been eight months in the...
Nigeria's new president's pledge to combat Boko Haram
Amnesty International Nigeria Researcher Daniel Eyre.
Targetting of offshore investors to buy property in...
An advertising campaign has been running in Singapore, encouraging investors to buy apartments or houses in auckland, because they will get high rent returns - which it says is around half a weeks paypacket for most people. Yi Wei Lowndes is an...
Arts commentator Courtney Johnston
Is painting getting bluer? And a group exhibition in Wellington uses objects to talk about memory, collecting and loss.
Employment Law with Andrew Scott Howman
Bosses cracking down on employees' bad behaviour outside of the workplace.
Marty Duda's artist of the week: Peter Frampton
Peter Frampton became a household name when his double album, 'Frampton Comes Alive' was released at the beginning of 1976, becoming the biggest selling album of that year. But while to many, he seemed like an over-night sensation, Peter Frampton had,...
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