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Remembering one of our most celebrated writers
A salty sport enjoyed by thousands due to our long coastlines and consistent sea swells.
The beloved author and social commentator gives tips on parenting and tackles social justice issues.
Opposition to compulsory military training and conscription in New Zealand history
Forgotten Kiwi songs of World War I recorded for the first time
Stories and interviews exploring human union and the history of marriage
Respected composer, ethnomusicologist and teacher Jack Body was an institution in New Zealand music
A selection of live performances recorded by RNZ over the years
The Maori Showbands borrowed from many musical forms to create their own genre of live entertainment.
Stories featuring Canadian/kiwi country/rockabilly musician Tami Neilson
The history of TV in Aotearoa
Remembering the colourful legal defender and campaigner for prisoners' rights.
An exploration of our role in the controversial war
Marking the 100th anniversary of the battle at Chunuk Bair.
Interviews with and about, music written by, and lectures in honour of New Zealand Composer Douglas Lilburn (1915-2001).
TV and video game soundtracks, timeless scores, obscure film music and New Zealand compositions.
A look at life on the streets and the reasons why begging has become commonplace in our cities.
Sonia Sly investigates the issues around perinatal depression in New Zealand and talks to a group of women whose lives have been affected by postnatal depression.
Before 'Monty Python's Flying Circus' and 'Goodies', there was 'The Cambridge Circus'. Hear the tapes recorded when John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Bill Oddie and Tim Brooke-Taylor toured New…
A collection of RNZ stories about musician and actor David Bowie
Chance encounters, lucky escapes and unexpected opportunities that changed the history of Western classical music.
John Drummond explores critical moments in the history of Western music…
A collection of stories and examples of exiled or banned composers and music.
Remembering the artist known as Prince
Celebrating 150 years since the birth of eccentric French composer Erik Satie