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What it’s like to come face-to-face with history.

RNZ: Eyewitness Radio New Zealand

    • Geschichte

What it’s like to come face-to-face with history.

    'I delayed the Millennium by five or six minutes' - Murray Kingi on The Gathering 2000

    'I delayed the Millennium by five or six minutes' - Murray Kingi on The Gathering 2000

    At the turn of the millennium 15,000 people gathered at the top of a mountain to dance. And then, it rained. A lot. Produced by Kirsten Johnstone

    • 25 Min.
    RSE scheme 'transformed' the New Zealand fruit growing industry

    RSE scheme 'transformed' the New Zealand fruit growing industry

    Millions of dollars worth of New Zealand fruit and grapes were at risk of rotting on the branches due to a worker shortage. Until a bunch of growers took a risk. Produced by Eva Corlett.

    • 15 Min.
    'I was all Xena, all the time'

    'I was all Xena, all the time'

    Once upon a time, a TV show changed the way people around the world saw New Zealand, ushered in a new way for fans to get together and made a permanent impact on one fan's life. Produced by Justin Gregory

    • 13 Min.
    Shoot Straight and Tell the Truth

    Shoot Straight and Tell the Truth

    The 1972 Munich Olympics was meant to be a festival of sport. But that's not how it turned out. Produced by Sonia Sly.

    • 10 Min.
    Never again? The case of James Whakaruru

    Never again? The case of James Whakaruru

    On Eyewitness - it's been 20 years since the killing of a child shocked the country. We said it must never happen again. So why has it? Produced by Katie Doyle.

    • 12 Min.
    Barry De Geest: 'We were used as guinea pigs'

    Barry De Geest: 'We were used as guinea pigs'

    On Eyewitness - a look at the drug that affected the lives of 10,000 babies…the story of Thalidomide. Produced by Sonia Sly.

    • 16 Min.

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