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Mr Lyttle meets Mr Big
3 Dec 2023
Award-winning writer, musician, and broadcaster Nick Bollinger investigates what differentiates New Zealand pop music from its overseas cousins, and what that can tell us about our identity in the 2023 Lilburn Lecture. Video, Audio
10:51 am today
If Christmas pop tunes have a negative impact on your goodwill to all, then we have good news. RNZ Concert's resident music fans share favourite classical, contemporary and jazz pieces to restore your Christmas spirit. Video
1 Dec 2023
Thousands attend the fifth NZ Sikh Games and the first NZ Kabaddi World Cup that took place simultaneously in South Auckland last weekend.
29 Nov 2023
In the 135 years since Jack the Ripper's brutal murder spree in London's Whitechapel, numerous individuals have been named as the culprit, now a British author, Sarah Bax Horton, believes she has finally cracked the case. Audio
News and current affairs with Nathan Rarere, weekdays at 5am.
From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to…
Tune in as Mark Leishman and the Nights team takes you abroad and helps you find out what’s happening at home - Let us know what's what’s happening in your world!
DIY cheese, history, cheesy questions, halloumi, paneer, and more, on This Way Up.
After 21 years, Kim Hill has hosted Saturday Morning for the final time. In the final hour of the show, the beloved broadcaster chats to long-time colleague Bryan Crump about some of her favourite… Video, Audio, Gallery
26 Nov 2023
On Saturday, Kim Hill brought the curtain down on a 38-year career at RNZ. After making her name as an unparalleled interviewer, she switched places and let Sunday Morning's Jim Mora ask her… Video, Audio
Sociologist David Brooks used to think wisdom was the ability to utter life-changing maxims like Dumbledore or Yoda. Now he believes it's about deeply seeing someone else's experience. "I think wisdom… Video, Audio
3 Dec 2023
All Blacks Mental Skills Coach Gilbert Enoka, is moving on to on new pastures. Audio
7:42 am today
The National-ACT-New Zealand First coalition is in, and a number of things are out.
The government revealed its 100-day plan last week with 49 items to tick off - most of which will cancel or… Audio
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Hip hop ambassador Brad Warrington aka DJ Sticky Fingaz spins some tunes. He's taking a look at some of the pioneering women in hip-hop both internationally and here in New Zealand. Ft. Salt & Pepper… Audio
Bryan Waddle and Mark Leishman discuss the weeks sporting news. Including: What's going wrong with the blackcaps, The Phoenix, and a kiwi Squash star who's back at his best. Audio
Twelve years after the CTV building collapsed during the Christchurch earthquake, families of the victims killed inside have told an engineering disciplinary hearing they want justice and… Audio
The end of year school prize giving is known to send a shiver up the spine of a few parents. A couple of bum numbing hours...waiting if you are lucky to clap your child onto stage, full of pride and… Video, Audio
It could be several months before a broken sewer in Central Auckland is fixed. Work on a sewer line in Parnell that collapsed and opened a massive sinkhole won't begin until early next year. Nearby… Audio
The new Finance Minister is accusing her Labour predecessor of finding "clever workarounds" to hide the true state of the government's finances. Nicola Willis has also confirmed the coalition… Video, Audio
New All Blacks coach Scott Robertson has received an early Christmas present with All Blacks back Beauden Barrett re-signing until the end of 2027. Barrett's contract extension makes him available for… Video, Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6342316894112 Video, Audio
The boss of Auckland's long anticipated underground rail network is giving no guarantees it will hit its opening deadline of 2026. It has suffered several budget blowouts and will cost the city $220… Audio
Short of a personal reindeer and sleigh, many kiwis will be relying on Air New Zealand to get where they want to be this festive season. On Christmas day alone the national carrier is expecting to fly… Video, Audio
The Corrections Minister is confident the country's jails will be properly staffed and able to take on as many prisoners as needed as the government gets tough on crime. National coalition deals… Audio
The Corrections Minister is confident the country's jails will be properly staffed and able to take on as many prisoners as needed as the government gets tough on crime. National coalition deals… Video, Audio
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7:08 PM. Mr Lyttle meets Mr Big
We continue our new podcast series as we investigate one of Aotearoa's most controversial investigations and murder trials.
10:00 PM. News at Ten
A roundup of today's news and sport
Mark Rogers offers the very best in Americana, alt country, folk soul and blues music (RNZ)