What it’s like to come face-to-face with history.
In 1973, at just 19 years of age, Anna Horne sailed with three others to Mururoa to oppose nuclear testing by France. But rather than witnessing a bomb being detonated, she watched the skipper being… Read more Audio
Willy Bennett and Roger Delamere Dansey recall the horrifying night of 10 June 1886, when the eruption of Mount Tarawera killed up to 150 people and destroyed many settlements. Read more Audio
Tim Howard recalls the violence and the hope that surrounded the 1999 East Timor referendum on independence from Indonesia Audio
Wellington-based Beth Houston shares her views on apartheid and recalls her experience as an election observer at the 1994 General Elections. Audio
At thirteen Taeko Yoshioka Braid survived a moment of history that changed the world forever; the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. Produced by Lynda Chanwai-Earle. Read more Audio, Gallery
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