The world of the arts gave us some fascinating interviews last year, from poetry to comedy, opera and even paternal porn podcasting.
Dunedin music icon Shayne Carter talks to Kim Hill about life, music and his newfound love of writing.
New Zealand poet Fleur Adcock talks to Kim Hill about her work and reads some of her favourite poems from her Collected Poems.
Screenwriter and TV producer Jenji Kohan (Orange Is the New Black) talks to Kim Hill.
Musical theatre star Tim Minchin talks to Jim Mora about taking back his art from the big studios and being on the stage by himself to sing and entertain.
Instead of helping people connect with art, the language that's used to describe it often shames and alienates them, says Auckland writer and artist Vanessa Crofskey.
The anarchic 76-year-old Scottish comedian, writer, producer – and now artist – speaks to Kim Hill from Florida.
British screen and stage actor John Rhys-Davies talks to Kathryn Ryan.
After Jamie Morton discovered his father had written explicit and terribly bad erotic fiction under a nom-de-plume, he enlisted some friends to create a podcast about it.
Having drawn the curtain on her glittering career in 2017, Dame Kiri joins Jim Mora in the studio to discuss her incredible life.
Busker Richard Taylor (23) became an internet hit after performing Bach outside a shopping centre in Paraparaumu.