Nine to Noon
Sports commentator Brendan Telfer
Cricket World Cup final on Sunday
Music with Grant Smithies
Featuring @Peace, Kimbra, Delaney Davidson and Electric Wire Hustle who are finalists for the Taite Prize (named after music journalist Dylan Taite).
Book review: Children's Books with John McIntyre
Don't leave childhood without these true classic picture books: 'Each Peach Pear Plum' by Janet and Allan Ahlberg, 'Peepo' by Janet and Allan Ahlberg, 'Slinky Malinki' by Lynley Dodd, 'The Nickle Nackle Tree' by Lynley Dodd and 'Summery Saturday...
British journalist and author Damian Barr
Damian Barr's first book Get it Together: A Guide to Surviving your Quarterlife Crisis. He interviewed 200 people in their twenties, showing that for most, their attitudes to work were their main source of anxiety. He followed that up with his memoir,...
Asia correspondent, Jamil Anderlini
The decision by the UK to join China's Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank has prompted many other European countries to sign up, despite fierce US opposition. Our Asia correspondent, Jamil Anderlini says the UK had failed to tell many of its G7...
Xero founder says regional flights too expensive and infrequent
Rod Drury is the founder and CEO of accounting software firm Xero.
Regional mayors want more help from Air NZ
Air New Zealand's exit from some unprofitable regional routes is getting closer, but will the national carrier cooperate with smaller airlines trying to fill the void? We speak with Taupo mayor David Trewavas about concerns within his region.
Police target 1080 activists after contamination threat
Four months after a threat was made to poison infant formula with 1080, police have been targeting anti-1080 activists. Several in the Golden Bay area have been questioned in the last week including Takaka teashop owner Rolf Kleine and environmental...
Film reviewer, Dan Slevin
Dan reviews: The Salt of the Earth, Unfinished Business, and gives his picks for the French Film Festival.
The three best and worst ways to modify a child’s behavior
How do you get your child to change the way they behave? Nathan Mikaere-Wallis is the Director of X-Factor Education, and discusses what the research tells us are the best and worst ways to go about this. He's formerly a board member of the Brainwave...
New technology with Sarah Putt
Sexism in Silicon Valley; Taylor Swift buys porn domains; and 2degrees buys ISP Snap.
Book Review: So You've Been Publicly Shamed by Jon Ronson
Published by Macmillan, reviewed by Gyles Beckford.
Welsh writer Jan Morris
Welsh writer Jan Morris has had an incredibly long and illustrious career, and a fascinating, eventful life. Now 88, and the author of more than forty books on travel and history, she lived the first 46 years of her life as James Morris. She has said...
UK Correspondent, Dame Ann Leslie
Politicians posing in their kitchens, Sacking of Jeremy Clarkson
Unlimited broadband plans
Many Internet Service Providers are now offering unlimited broadband plans - along with television streaming, voice over internet telecommunications and mobile phone package deals. Does this mean consumers no longer need a home phone, or even...
Group opposed to Auckland wharf expansion seek judicial review
Dr Ken Palmer is Associate professor in Environmental Law at the University of Auckland. Sharon Stewart is a councillor for Auckland City. Matt Ball is Ports of Auckland Head of Communications.
Arts commentator Courtney Johnston
Art podcasts, protecting land art, and a new exhibition at Pataka in Porirua.
Implications of a NZ First win in Northland
Legal commentator Ryan Malone discusses the implications of Winston Peters potentially winning the Northland by-election on the government's legislative programme.
Marty Duda's artist of the week: Jimmy Cliff
Reggae superstar Jimmy Cliff began his recording career at the tender age of 14, when his 1962 single, Hurricane Hattie was an instant hit in Jamaica. Cliff broke through to an international audience in 1969 with Wonderful World, Beautiful People and...
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