Nine to Noon
Fatal shooting at WINZ office in Ashburton08/31/14
The Police have confirmed two people have been killed and one is seriously injured after a gunman opened fire at Ashburton's Work and Income Office. We are joined by Radio NZ Christchurch reporter Belinda McCammon, Stu Oldham; editor of the Ashburton...
Former SFO head Adam Feeley
On the allegations of a smear campaign against him.
Sean Hughes, former Chief Executive of the FMA
On the blog attacks.
Radio NZ's Political Editor Brent Edwards
On the Judith Collins inquiry.
Rally driving and hill climbing legend Rod Millen
Rod Millen, is a former NZ champion rally driver and successful vehicle manufacturer. He was New Zealand's rally car driving champion in 1975, 76 and 77 and then moved to the US. His love of cars and off road driving began as a young man in search of...
Europe correspondent Carsten von Nahmen
We are joined by the Head of News and Current Affairs for Deutsche Welle in Germany.
Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams on Judith Collins fallout
Mike Williams and Matthew Hooton on the circumstances that led up to the resignation of the Justice Minister, Judith Collins, at the weekend.
National and Labour Education spokespeople debate the issues
We are joined by National's spokesperson on education Hekia Parata and Labour's spokesperson on education Chris Hipkins.
The week that was
Comedians Radar and Michele A'Court look back at the funny and interesting stories of the week.
Sports commentator Brendan Telfer
NZ racing jockey scandal. World rowing champs. US open tennis champs. Sonny Bill William generates controversy again.
Jeremy Taylor with new music
Jeremy Taylor with new releases from David Kilgour, Dave Dobbyn and Broods.
Book review - Ten Cities That Made an Empire
'Ten Cities That Made an Empire' by Tristram Hunt, reviewed by Tilly Lloyd, published by Allen Lane hardback.
Extreme filmmaker Bryan Smith
National Geographic filmmaker Bryan Smith on documenting extreme athletes in some of the world's most challenging environments. Bryan Smith appears in Extreme Adventure on the Edge: Vertical Feats and the Man Who Can Fly on October 1st at Auckland's...
Pacific correspondent Mike Field
People trafficking. Elections in Fiji.
Government Science Advisors meet in Auckland
Science advisors to governments around the world are meeting in Auckland this week to discuss how they might strengthen science advice to decision makers grappling with major global challenges. In particular the impact of climate change, food...
Efforts to fast-track Wellington transport projects
A Wellington transport governance group has been set up to try and find a way to fast-track planned transport, roading and public transport projects that have been delayed following the rejection of the Basin Reserve Flyover. It is made up of...
How big a problem is human trafficking in New Zealand?
The first ever people trafficking charges have been laid against two men, charged with arranging by deception the entry of 18 Indian nationals into the country. How many cases are going unreported? Craig Tuck is a lawyer and spokesperson for the...
Film reviewer, Dan Slevin
Lucy; The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window and Disappeared.
Parenting with Celia Lashlie: Boys and School Rules
Parenting commentator Celia Lashlie discusses boys and school rules.
New Technology with Sarah Putt
New Technology commentator Sarah Putt, talks about the prospect of online voting in 2016.
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