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For Wallace Chapman's final show after presenting Sunday Morning since 2014, he chooses some of his favourite interviews and music. He's pictured in 2013 not long before he took over hosting the programme. 


7:10 Mike Joy

Full interview from 2017

7.26 Scott Hamilton

Full interview from 2016

7.32 The House

A weekly digest of the events in Parliament with Daniela Maoate-Cox and Phil Smith. This week: Daniela has some highlights from the final Parliamentary debate of the year - officially it's about whether or not to adjourn for Christmas. But that's really a foregone conclusion so it's a chance for annual recaps, a metric tonne of thank yous, and a few yule-tide themed slaps across the aisle.

7:50 Naida Glavish: kia ora

Full interview from 2017.

8:10 InsightNZ's role in Malaysia's plastics dumping 

Produced by Philippa Tolley. It's that time of year again when we'll be decking the halls with boughs of plastic holly and binning the Christmas crackers toys within seconds of ripping them open. So what better time to remind ourselves about the how much waste we produce and where it ends up. For our final Insight programme of the year, we've decided to do a bit of recycling of our own and play again one of your favourite Insight programmes from 2018.

8:40 John Pilger

Full interview from March 2014

9:06 Mediawatch

Produced and presented by Colin Peacock. In the final show of the year, he talks to the minister of broadcasting about a turbulent year in the media - and the challenges ahead. And some long-standing shows and long-serving broadcasters are moving on.

9:35 Jordan Peterson

Full interview from December 2016


Ian Hassall

Full interview

Mike Leigh

Full interview from 2014

Mavis Staples

Full interview from 2017.

Lisa Coleman

Full interview from 2017. 


Johnny Marr 

Interview from 2016.

Joan Baez 

Full interview from 2015.

Tracy Chapman

Full interview from 2015.


Full interview from 2017. 

With their music.

Ryan and Betty-Anne Monga.

Photo: RNZ/Claire Eastham-Farrelly