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In the 47 years since Elizabeth Smither published her first poetry collection, Here Come the Clouds, she's won numerous awards and was our Poet Laureate in the early 2000s. Her latest collection My American Chair invites us to roam the world with her, through a series of memorable moments and encounters. But, as she tells Lynn Freeman, there are al…
 
When hymn writer Shirley Murray was on an editorial panel preparing a collection of NZ-written carols in the 1990s, she found there weren't many with an Advent theme. So she wrote one! You can hear Look Towards Christmas in this week’s programme.
 
Kann der Stiko-Chef wirklich die Pandemie für beendet erklären? Und ist das denn überhaupt richtig? Das und diese weiteren Themen werden in der 106. Folge des RNZ-Corona-Podcasts mit Hans-Georg Kräusslich besprochen: Wie gefährlich ist der aktuelle Virusvariante? Müssen Infizierte noch isoliert werden? Können wir Corona jetzt wie andere Krankheiten…
 
Simon Devitt describes the houses he likes to photograph as "self-assured, poetic and sustainable". And he's brought together 30 of his favourites in a book called Cape to Bluff. Some are intriguing because of the building technique, or the tricky terrain. Others picked themselves because of how they're future-proofed against sea level rise, or wer…
 
For most people walking Te Araroa - the 3000-kilometre trail from Cape Reinga in the North to Bluff in the South - just putting one foot in front of the other is enough to think about. But Sarah Adam set herself the extra challenge of doing a small oil painting 'en plein air' every day of the trek. All up, she made 140 paintings and they've just go…
 
When Hannah Marshall was picked for the role of Head of Scripted Development at South Pacific Pictures, the only surprise, frankly, was that it took them so long to give her the job. Her track record in drama - sorry, "Scripted TV Shows" - is phenomenal, on both side of the Tasman. You've seen her in everything from Raised by Refugees - for which s…
 
A 2016 study in Wellington found that residents with ocean views had lower levels of psychological distress. For every 10% increase in how much blue water people could see, the researchers found a one-third point reduction on the Kessler Psychological Distress Scale.
 
One press conference question at a Prime Ministerial summit kicked off a wave of social media scorn this week - and even criticism and international headlines about sexism. But media made a better fist of the awkward questions thrown up by parents withholding consent for the treatment of their sick baby and their supporters.…
 
For more than 30 years the nation's independent producers have been able to bid for money from the public purse to make programmes via New Zealand on Air. But from next year, the new public media entity that replaces RNZ and TVNZ will hold the purse strings for the bulk of the taxpayers' money - and they're anxious about it. But if there's more mon…
 
Journalism’s never been an especially well-paid job, except for a few bosses and stars in big jobs at the top end. But industrial action is rare - and no journalists at major news media have gone on strike here for almost a decade and half. Why did some Stuff reporters walk off the job this week and picket their own premises?…
 
Dr Jack Watling is the senior research fellow for land warfare at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), the world's oldest and the UK's leading defence and security think tank. As winter starts to bite in Ukraine, Jack joins us once again with the latest analysis from the region.
 
Prominent Maori educator Ta Toby Curtis died last August and his son Piripi joins Julian Wilcox to discuss his father's legacy and just released memoir which lays out a vision for a more equitable Aotearoa. Ta Toby worked on the book right into the final days of his life. An honest, first hand exploration of Ta Toby's decades of service to the coun…
 
Renowned scientist Professor Mike Berridge is having his work in cell biology recognised with a doctorate this month. Career highlights have included research he led showing how tumours use mitochondria to grow, and work with blood-forming stem cells.
 
Hamilton West polling for a new MP closes on 10 December - a litmus test for next year's general election. Crime and the cost of living are top of mind for most voters, but so far they're not rushing to the ballot box. In today's Focus on Politics podcast, RNZ Political Reporter Anneke Smith takes the pulse of the bellwether electorate of Hamilton …
 
Pacific fisheries observers will be redeployed from next month. Niue officially confirms there's Covid-19 community transmission for the first time. And later on, we talanoa with Aivale Cole, who sung the Samoan national anthem for the Rugby League World Cup final.
 
A trapline snakes its way along the coast between the Awatere River in Marlborough and Oaro River in North Canterbury. It's there to protect endangered native birds from introduced predators. The Te Tau Wairehu o Marokura Predator Control Project has a two million dollar contract to establish and maintain the 127 kilometre line.…
 
Edda Mussolini was Benito's favourite daughter and his confidante during 20 years of fascist rule. She acted as envoy to both Germany and Britain, helping steer Italy to join forces with Hitler. UK historian and biographer Caroline Moorehouse's Edda Mussolini: The Most Dangerous Woman in Europe is an account of "the unravelling of the Fascist dream…
 
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