The World of Music Arts and Dance at the leafy Bowl of Brooklands in New Plymouth.
Showcasing top artists from around the world.
A collection of stories and examples of exiled or banned composers and music.
Significant international musicians and their influence on New Zealand music
Yadana Saw curates classics and curious cuts from Aotearoa and beyond.
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Richard Nunns plays traditional Māori instruments from his taonga pūoro collection
Festival related news, reviews & interviews.
Lectures, interviews and discussions with the eminent New Zealand scientist
Remembering one of New Zealand's national literary treasures
Māori Language Week
Kind, cruel, occasionally shocking and often just absurd.
Coverage of the annual boutique indie festival.
Using portable recorders to gather material outside the confines of the studio, or the restrictions of the landline or cell phone.
A collection of audio which explores the history of the Treaty of Waitangi
Illustrated introductions to major pieces from the classical repertoire.
The official memorial service for victims of the 2011 Christchurch earthquake, held at Hagley Park.
Listen to the Māori greetings used on RNZ and read the English translations.
Chris Bramwell takes us behind the scenes at Parliament.
Simon Sweetman tells the stories behind classic Kiwi pop anthems.
The history of New Zealand place names with Peter Dowling.
Recipes on RNZ National.
Still provocative and disturbing a century after its premiere caused a sensational scandal.
Remembering the conservationist, filmmaker and sound recordist who initiated and recorded the Morning Report bird calls
Clarissa Dunn and Hannah Sassman head behind the scenes at the RNZB's 60th birthday party.
Remembering the singer of one of New Zealand's best known songs, 'Blue Smoke'.
It’s the simplest of machines that connects us all.
A collection of interviews with the Booker Prize-winning writer.
An overview of pop songwriter Lorde's career.