Unfurling fresh ideas and sounds along with the best radio documentaries and features from here and overseas.
We chat to writer Harry McNaughton, co-creator of The Pact, a family drama that explores an individual's right to end their own life, based on Natalie Medlock's award-wining short film of the same name
We're joined by Dunedin author Gay Buckingham who's book, "Kakapo Keeper" is based on the story of conservationist Richard Henry.
Who Killed the Elimination Strategy
Associate Professor Brian Roper from Otago University's Politics Departmant is back. Tonight he asks 'How and Why Business and the Centre Right Torpedoed the Labour Government's Elimination Strategy?"
Unveiling the secretive truffle industry
A Canterbury couple has been beavering away for four years in secret at a small farm near Rangiora to grow a delicacy that fetches up to $3000 per kilogram. Of course, you can guess what it is - truffles.... Matthew and Catherine Dwan of the NZ Truffle Company, have been building nurseries and greenhouses to become this country's first large-scale truffle producer. Bryan talks to Matthew about the operation.
Getting South Island communities to 90% vaccination
A traffic light system was announced today by government which is intended to pave the way out of lockdown. Once DHB's get to 90% fully vaxxed - regions can rease restrictions. But Mayor for Westland Bruce Smith doubts his community can get to 90%.
The Nelson Market is back!
The heart of Nelson springs back into life with the market opening just in time for the holiday weekend. Its been closed for ten weeks and owner Nita Knight says she hopes it draws people back into the heart of town.