Navigation for Labour Day

Colin Peacock hosts a morning of conversation, diversion, music and reflection on the world of work for people enjoying their day off -- and to help those at work get through the day.

Jake Harriman talking with Agriculture Program Field Manager James Magaigwa Chacha in Kenya

Nuru Founder and CEO Jake Harriman  Photo: (Nuru International)

Colin Peacock examines the future of capitalism just as Winston Peters unleashes an attack on it.

We discover the best long reads to top off the long weekend, with journalists Mike White and Nikki McDonald, we hear from a former marine who's bringing peace to thousands of subsistence farmers in war-torn countries, and an inspiring story of raising an introvert to be a resilient adult.

We'll look at what kind of year it's been with comic James Nokise, how to avoid stressing over the garden with gardening expert Lynda Hallinan and we remember the musical genius of Pink Floyd's Syd Barrett.