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The Packaging Dilemma - Kim Hill and four experts discuss the tension between keeping food safe and filling the environment with waste. Audio
Opinion - Employers and migrants may lose out in the new work visa system, writes employment consultant June Ranson.
The Detail - Whether it’s adding a letter, reinstating a Māori name, or naming a place for the first time – people care a lot about what places are called. Audio
Wellington couple Catherine Hill and James Brown haven't owned a car since the mid-90s.
A weekly investigative documentary exploring what is happening in New Zealand and to New Zealanders here and overseas.
Best Factual Weekly Programme at the 2019…
The Panel features a range of panellists from across the opinion spectrum, together with expert phone guests.
Checkpoint is RNZ’s weekday drive-time news programme.
Our multi-media show broadcasts on 101FM, and you can also watch it live on our website, Freeview Channel 50 and Face TV on Sky…
DIY cheese, history, cheesy questions, halloumi, paneer, and more, on This Way Up.
National leader, Simon Bridges has told Morning Report the only way the Christchurch Call will make a difference will be if the United States comes on board. Last week, the Leader of the Opposition… Audio
He's become the academic poster boy of the intermittent fasting movement. Professor Valter Longo's work on how the human body behaves when we deprive it of energy has inspired a range of diet books… Audio
A look at the fallout regarding how Labour party officials and senior politicians have responded to allegations against a former staffer, ranging from bullying to serious sexual allegations. Audio
Yale University psychology professor Laurie Santos teaches the university's renowned happiness course. She offers up a few small things that can help bring more happiness to our everyday lives. Audio
Novelist, travel writer and academic, Sarah Moss is earning rave reviews for her latest novel Ghost Wall. It's been described as a Brexit-inspired parable, populated by characters plotting a path… Audio
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On tonight's show Mark says happy birthday to Bruce Springsteen and Ray Charles, plays brand new music from Van Morrison and Hiss Golden Messenger and a long forgotten blues classic courtesy of… Audio
What's your first memory? And how accurate do you think is it? Tonight in our occasuonal series "I Didn't Know That" we're examining memory and memory distortions and whether you can repress memories… Audio
The England cricketer Ben Stokes has described a front-page article in the Sun newspaper about a family tragedy that happened in New Zealand 31 years ago as "disgusting" and "immoral". In a statement… Audio
Tonight's sportscaster Dana Johnansen takes a look at how things are shaping up - both on an off the field - at the Rugby World Cup in Japan. Audio
Laura Walters is a senior political reporter for the Newsroom website - Chinese media experts say the Chinese NZ Herald's permits and structure means it must adhere to the censorship regime of the… Audio
Writer and actor Cindy Diver is getting ready to tout the country with "The Keys are in the Margarine", a verbatim play about dementia. Audio
Fiji authorities are hosing down widespread rumours of another coup, as civil society groups started warning their members to prepare for unrest. The Fiji Muslim League sent out a memo to all its… Video, Audio
A jury has been told specific details about the way grass was folded on a secluded Whanganui track as it considers the circumstances around missing man Brett Hall's disappearance.
David Lyttle is… Audio
Researchers say the first comprehensive survey on the health and wellbeing of trans and non-binary New Zealanders reveals serious health inequities.
The Counting Ourselves report was released on… Video, Audio
Auckland Council says an independent review has been launched into how a young man died after an accident on a Lime scooter a week ago.
The Council's director of regulatory services, Craig Hobbs… Video, Audio
23 Sep 2019
A review of the week's news including... Winston Peters - getting involved in Ihamatao may not be in the national interest, SOUL co-founder Qiane Matata-Sipu says Winston wrong on Ihamatao, Maori news… Audio
The All Blacks made a flying start to the defence of their Rugby World Cup title in Japan over the weekend, beating the Springboks 23-13 in Yokohama to take control of Pool B, and stamp their mark on… Video, Audio
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