New research shows privacy and community are often exploited by bad actors, foreign and domestic, to spread false information and conspiracies. Nina Jankowicz is the disinformation fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, DC.
Later this year New Zealanders will be able to cast their vote on whether euthanasia should be legal as the long-debated End of Life Choice Bill goes to referendum. Journalist Caralise Trayes interviewed lawyers, doctors, ethicists and clerics about assisted dying for her debut book The Final Choice.
University of Wyoming psychologist Laverl Z. Williamson's research shows that if you want to improve your self-control, you need to focus on proactively reducing, rather than reactively overpowering temptation.
Stanford University lecturer and health psychologist Dr. Kelly McGonigal is a long-time stress advocate who says adjusting the way you think about stress can actually change the way your body responds to it.
David Clark supposedly throwing Ashley Bloomfield under the bus, New Zealand First's tactics, political polls and the rest of the world and Covid-19 - and what it means for New Zealand - are on the agenda for our Sunday Morning panellists Linda Clark and Richard Harman.
Director of the Immunisation Advisory Centre, Dr Nikki Turner, explains why we are still seeing a lot of winter illnesses, despite all the hand washing, and backs an inquiry into NZ's pandemic response.
This true spy story has topped the podcast charts for the past few weeks… how New Zealand spies worked with MI6 to break into the Czechoslovakian embassy in Wellington back in 1986 and the Cold War tensions and nuclear arms race that led up to it. Guyon Espiner and John Daniell host The Service.
Professor Michael Baker has been a constant and reassuring presence on Sunday Morning in recent months. He returns to discuss how the landscape has changed in the light of the recent positive Covid-19 cases that broke a 24-day stretch.
When Kiwi Nick Ashill was mowed down by a ute while attempting to run 5000km across America, doctors wondered if he would walk again. But after a long rehabilitation and a number of surgeries, he is set to finish the epic run in 2021.
Underworld investigator Misha Glenny says the Covid-19 pandemic is going to change the nature of the drug-dealing business, working against the big organised crime cartels who traditionally control the drugs trade.
Who Wants to be a Millionaire? fans will remember the case of 'coughing Major' Charles Ingram in 2001. James Graham is the writer of a new miniseries about the saga, Quiz, which is about to premiere on New Zealand television.
Dr. Ashley Mears is a former fashion model turned academic sociologist. Her new book Very Important People looks at how clubs and restaurants pay promoters to recruit beautiful young women to their venues to get men to spend big.