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.
Conversations with artists about the art & films they love, and its lasting impact on their work and the world. Hosted by Liz Layton. Cover art by Kimberlie Clinthorne-Wong.
Today Mary is talking about IPO FOMO. Translated it means Initial Public Offerings when a new stock is launched and people feel they need to invest in them because everyone else is! She talks about what you should be thinking of if you're keen on investing money in shares and IPOs.
RNZ operator Cas Saunders talks about Danica Bryant, from Napier, and GRACE , a 24-year-old singer-songwriter from Auckland.
A Bay of Plenty surfer on a mission to encourage Kiwis to help clean up their local beaches when they're out and about.
New research has explored how women in public relations are depicted in television.
Ngāti Hei kaumatua Joe Davis is calling for urgent action to protect the pink maomao before it's too late.
Damian Christie speaks to Dr Andrew Chen about data – its importance in underpinning decision making, how data is converted into information, and how it can be used or misused.
Writer Virginia Sole-Smith tells us why she describes meal planning as a form of tyranny and misogyny.
Caitlin reviews The Happiness Lab and Suspect.
RNZ producer and onetime bookseller Robert Kelly presents his weekly quiz.
Local legend Estelle Courtney, who works at the Nelson Superloo, joins us to celebrate the work of cleaners in New Zealand.
The Dunedin Fringe Arts Trust is ready to take bookings for its pilot performing arts venue in the centre of the city.
A report out today reveals New Zealand is lagging behind when it comes to adopting artificial intelligence or AI.
Secondary school students in Years 11-13 who live in alert level 3 areas will be able to return to the classroom on 26 October, Education and Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins has confirmed.
A long time ago, in what feels like a galaxy far, far away, Devon Michael was a child actor chosen from a group of 3,000 to audition for the part of young Anakin Skywalker, who would become Darth Vader in Star Wars: The Phantom Menace.
Claire Mabey reviews Hine and the Tohunga Portal, Ten Acceptable Acts of Arson and Small Bodies of Water.
Owner and managing director of Vertech IT services, Daniel Watson, talks about the release of Windows 11 and how it compares to its predecessors.
A large government grant to a "matchmaking books site" has shocked many in the literary community in Aotearoa.
Gerald Adams shares his memories of a historic log cabin in Arthur's Pass and its special history.
The Nature Conservancy is assessing six wetlands sites in New Zealand for their blue carbon potential.
Economist Brad Olsen joins us to talk about newly-announced housing density rules and their potential impact.
We say kia ora and come together for pōwhiri, but we don't always understand the meaning and spirit behind Māori words and traditions, says Māori linguist Keri Opai.
Fermented products are all the rage so we invited Patricio Marshall to explain the process and share some tips.
Sydney-based correspondent Brad Foster tells us about the latest news in Australia.
Linda reviews the weekend's televised Vaxathon, Country Calendar on TV1 and Ladies in Black on Netflix.
Nelson City Council is one of a growing number of councils to discourage the dumping of batteries in its landfill.