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Chris Gendall's 'Incident Tableaux' is a challenging look back at a shameful stain on Aotearoa’s past. Sound Lounge from 9.30pm on RNZ Concert.
"I've got a good husband who does a lot of things around the place so I'm lucky. He's not sitting at the table waiting for his dinner or anything like that" – Sally Summers of Greytown. Video, Audio
Valerie Packman's verse about some unproductive fowl took out the top prize. Audio
Bone-up on Richard Strauss's epic climbing trip ahead of tonight's performance at the BBC Proms. Audio
Tony Ryan catches a special Christchurch concert from the Melbourne-based Kiwis.
Marc Taddei conducts Rodrigo's much-loved 'Concierto de Aranjuez', plus music by Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky.
Doctors can help counteract today's cacophony of fake medical news by being active on social media, says a visiting Stanford University professor. Audio
Learning a poem by heart has profound benefits, says language professor Veronica Alfano. Audio
It's 100 years since the first splitting of the atom - a scientific moment that heralded a new age. The man who ran the lab where it split was the Nelson-born scientist Ernest Rutherford. Audio
It's long been a dirty word in economic circles, but 'helicopter money' - printing large sums of money and distributing it to the public - is gaining favour in some quarters. Audio
Captured live at The Other's Way Festival in 2016, The Phoenix Foundation rock out on songs from the album 'Give Up Your Dreams' alongside some old favourites. Video, Audio
In the last years of his life Richard Strauss composed some of his most extraordinary music. In tonight's BBC Proms concert we'll hear his 'Four Last Songs'. Thomas Goss looks at the background. Audio
Dairy's huge role earning export dollars for New Zealand is facing a threat some say could bring it to its knees as lab-grown milk protein starts to encroach on traditional markets. Audio
Fans of anime (and Japan) should seek out the new classic Weathering With You, writes Dan Slevin.
There has been much informal testing of this theory over the centuries, but now a proper scientific study into whether playing sound while beer is brewing changes the way it tastes is underway - in the quietest place in New Zealand. Audio
New Zealand's construction sector is expensive, lacks transparency and is short on innovation, an industry player says. Audio
How can technology impact on our freedom of thought and what protection do we need to guard against advanced technologies being able to read our minds? Audio
More than 70 youth from a low decile school area will no longer be able to access free after school music lessons and kai following a funding cancellation.
Analysis - The All Blacks name their 31-man Rugby World Cup squad next Wednesday, RNZ's Joe Porter does his best to pick it first.
The APO with the suave conducting of Bertrand de Billy gave a ravishing performance in the Auckland Town Hall last night.
The Cook Islands's House of Ariki has recommended a law change to ensure families decide who inherits land, with an allowance for adopted childen.
The Detail - It used to be a prevalent part of history - six million Jewish people were killed in World War II's holocaust. But new polls show we are forgetting the facts. Audio
We look back to when Britain handed back Hong Kong to China as part of the "one country - two systems" agreement in 1997. Audio, Gallery
More than half the world's population live in cities and around the globe they continue to grow, but it was only 6000 years ago the first cities emerged. Audio