Jesse hosts an upbeat mix of the curious and the compelling, ranging from the stories of the day to the great questions of our time.
Our Changing World - Forecasting river flow
Justin Gregory speaks to one of the NIWA scientists working on development of a national river flow forecasting tool.
A look at how Britney Spears' life impacts more than celebrity
Rock and Roll historian Jennifer Otter Bickerdike looks at Britney Spears' impact on feminism, celebrity and mental health In her book, Being Britney: Pieces of a Modern Icon.
Podcast Critic with Paul Bushnell
Paul Bushnell talks about two different approaches to script for a medium which usually tries to conceal the fact that what you're hearing may be written down: The Curious Cases of Rutherford Fry The Audio Long Read
100 years of radio memory
Today we speak to Claire Shirtcliffe about her radio memories which are from her days working as an announcer. She shares her recollections about working in radio from the 1950s onwards.
Opening the farm gates to celebrate art and agriculture
A farming couple in the Rangitikei want to unite art and agriculture with a new artists' residency. Gullies Art Residency founder Laura Morrison explains their mission.
'Lord of the Tree Rings' helps save wood chopping time
Taranaki farmers can look forward to turning their felled trees into chopped wood in record time this summer. The time-saving solution comes from local tinkerer Joe Goodin.