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The news, explained. Join Sharon Brettkelly & Emile Donovan every weekday as they make sense of the big stories with the country’s best journalists and experts. Made possible by RNZ & NZ On Air.

  1. 1.
    NZ and the search for a Covid-19 vaccine 10/26/2020
    20:05
  2. 2.
    The unacknowledged heroes of New Zealand's pacific war 10/25/2020
    19:17
  3. 3.
    Squeezing us in - the housing crisis is changing expectations10/22/2020
    21:24
  4. 4.
    Navigating Auckland's cone zone 10/21/2020
    21:14
  5. 5.
    The inquiry and the cover ups over abuse in state care10/20/2020
    23:55
  6. 6.
    How has Sweden really tackled the Covid pandemic? 10/19/2020
    22:54
  7. 7.
    Goodbye Winston Peters - it was never dull10/18/2020
    23:32
  8. 8.
    Coming home10/15/2020
    22:47
  1. 9.
    Farmers have form filling issues with sustainability 10/14/2020
    21:29
  2. 10.
    Behind the scenes in coalition negotiations 10/13/2020
    23:30
  3. 11.
    Billy Te Kahika - the conspiracy theorist with a hidden following 10/12/2020
    19:58
  4. 12.
    Where is the mental health support in New Zealand? 10/11/2020
    24:06
  5. 13.
    Artists, arts grants, and Creative New Zealand 10/08/2020
    19:24
  6. 14.
    Time for a change of thinking on dyslexia 10/07/2020
    22:17
  7. 15.
    Is renewable energy a victory or a diversion? 10/06/2020
    22:44
  8. 16.
    Should we care that public debt is spiralling out of control? 10/05/2020
    22:39
  9. 17.
    Immigration - the political cold potato 10/04/2020
    23:06
  10. 18.
    Fashion struggles in the Year of the Elasticated Pant 10/01/2020
    22:53
  11. 19.
    Protecting the past while preparing for the future09/30/2020
    19:20
  12. 20.
    Fruit picker shortage reaches new levels 09/29/2020
    22:22
  13. 21.
    When politics and dating don't mix 09/28/2020
    22:57
  14. 22.
    Breaking down cannabis09/27/2020
    22:23
  15. 23.
    Making a mark in Auckland's growing film industry 09/24/2020
    23:57
  16. 24.
    Blurred lines - the police and facial recognition technology09/23/2020
    23:46
  17. 25.
    Why do we still ship livestock overseas? 09/22/2020
    22:52
  18. 26.
    Repairing Auckland's iconic coathanger09/21/2020
    21:48
  19. 27.
    The drama of the TV election debate09/20/2020
    22:22
  20. 28.
    A kiwi in California and a drama-filled 2020 09/17/2020
    22:17
  21. 29.
    Finally, a plan for abandoned Waiwera Hot Pools 09/16/2020
    21:50
  22. 30.
    Is Hamilton NZ's most beautiful city? 09/15/2020
    21:54
  23. 31.
    The goodies and baddies of the 1pm covid presser 09/14/2020
    24:35
  24. 32.
    Avatar's producer on why he's made NZ home for now09/13/2020
    24:56
  25. 33.
    Why do we have preferential entry into med school?09/10/2020
    22:50
  26. 34.
    How one iwi's treaty settlement is lifting up its people 09/09/2020
    21:15
  27. 35.
    Televised school sport - great exposure, or breeding elitism?09/08/2020
    22:38
  28. 36.
    The Covid stock market gamblers investing by app 09/07/2020
    22:27
  29. 37.
    The kiwi company keeping Covid patients alive 09/06/2020
    21:30
  30. 38.
    Earthquake anniversary marks 10 years of disruption09/03/2020
    21:16
  31. 39.
    The unintended medical consequences of lockdown09/02/2020
    22:16
  32. 40.
    Could boxes from China solve our housing problems?09/01/2020
    22:42
  33. 41.
    Free food, free money and stimulating the economy 08/31/2020
    22:37
  34. 42.
    How a digital inclusion policy is widening the inequality gap08/30/2020
    23:25
  35. 43.
    Insight, spin and political commentary 08/27/2020
    23:19
  36. 44.
    Covid-19: Where are the jobs for women? 08/26/2020
    22:05
  37. 45.
    The murky depths of water reform 08/25/2020
    21:21
  38. 46.
    Sixteen - but not sweet enough to vote08/24/2020
    22:35
  39. 47.
    Gloves that protect you at the cost of slavery 08/23/2020
    23:22
  40. 48.
    How Singapore carried out its Covid-19 election 08/20/2020
    21:18
  41. 49.
    Our genome detectives helping to save the world08/19/2020
    23:18
  42. 50.
    Rumour, regret, and damage that can't be undone08/18/2020
    23:18
  43. 51.
    What's behind the management exodus at the CDHB?08/17/2020
    22:22
  44. 52.
    The harmful machines that work for public good 08/16/2020
    23:01
  45. 53.
    Rubbish responsibility - keeping stuff out of landfill08/13/2020
    20:38
  46. 54.
    The fear of going back08/12/2020
    19:00
  47. 55.
    The other diseases NZ needs to crush08/11/2020
    21:53
  48. 56.
    How drastic are the new changes to tenancy law? 08/10/2020
    21:17
  49. 57.
    Kids have cut the binge drinking - and we don't really know why08/09/2020
    23:23
  50. 58.
    NZ's moves towards becoming a tech hub 08/06/2020
    22:34
  51. 59.
    What's lurking behind the four percent job figure?08/05/2020
    21:58
  52. 60.
    China's changing appetites - and why NZ must change08/04/2020
    23:13
  53. 61.
    The science of transgender women in sport 08/03/2020
    25:35
  54. 62.
    What you need to know about election 2020's referendums08/02/2020
    23:44
  55. 63.
    Pleas for a Pacific travel bubble as tourist cash evaporates07/30/2020
    23:49
  56. 64.
    Polls, rogue polls and statistics 07/29/2020
    23:47
  57. 65.
    The changing face of Rotary 07/28/2020
    21:19
  58. 66.
    Our crushing court backlogs 07/27/2020
    22:17
  59. 67.
    The deep fake threat07/26/2020
    22:02
  60. 68.
    NZ's big sporting controversies 07/23/2020
    23:24
  61. 69.
    What went so wrong with the Covid fight in Melbourne?07/22/2020
    21:51
  62. 70.
    The tightrope of trade with China 07/21/2020
    22:54
  63. 71.
    The high risk project pulling a town out of poverty07/20/2020
    23:41
  64. 72.
    Inside Oranga Tamariki - is it an organisation unravelling?07/19/2020
    23:21
  65. 73.
    Stoat breakthrough could be the key to eradication 07/16/2020
    21:18
  66. 74.
    The many sides of Judith Collins07/15/2020
    23:39
  67. 75.
    The fierce battle over Himalayan Tahr07/14/2020
    20:45
  68. 76.
    Borrowing to pay wages - St John ambulance needs treatment07/13/2020
    21:47
  69. 77.
    Two cultures, bonded over a shipwreck 07/12/2020
    22:06
  70. 78.
    The yellow sticker crunch - Wellington's earthquake strengthening problem07/09/2020
    23:56
  71. 79.
    Our gutted music industry 07/08/2020
    22:22
  72. 80.
    Re-thinking society's attitude towards methamphetamine07/07/2020
    22:17
  73. 81.
    How Covid has changed our spending habits07/06/2020
    22:21
  74. 82.
    Pornography awareness ad reaches millions around the world07/05/2020
    22:41
  75. 83.
    Is NZ the best place in the world for women to play sport? 07/02/2020
    21:45
  76. 84.
    Schools stripped of international cash going back to basics07/01/2020
    22:57
  77. 85.
    From lockdown to recovery - tracking a small business during Covid06/30/2020
    22:36
  78. 86.
    Clearing the streets of rough sleepers 06/29/2020
    21:50
  79. 87.
    What first time voters want to know 06/28/2020
    21:33
  80. 88.
    Our prison remand crisis06/25/2020
    23:19
  81. 89.
    Max Abbott and more - sexual harassment at a top university06/24/2020
    23:00
  82. 90.
    The minor parties - their place in our political arena06/23/2020
    21:56
  83. 91.
    Are Rocket Lab's enterprises in our national interest? 06/22/2020
    21:12
  84. 92.
    Using infrastructure to boost the economy06/21/2020
    23:20
  85. 93.
    Tackling New Zealand rugby's financial woes 06/18/2020
    22:58
  86. 94.
    Re-building our health system06/17/2020
    22:52
  87. 95.
    Tearing down statues - and revisiting our histories 06/16/2020
    23:52
  88. 96.
    Trapped migrant workers - NZ's new underclass06/15/2020
    22:54
  89. 97.
    What happened while you were sleeping in?06/14/2020
    22:45
  90. 98.
    Why is it taking so long to install fishing cameras? 06/11/2020
    24:59
  91. 99.
    Why Armed Response Teams struck the wrong note in NZ06/10/2020
    21:54
  92. 100.
    NZ's new internet laws - sensible censorship?06/09/2020
    20:50
  93. 101.
    The future of film in New Zealand 06/08/2020
    23:16
  94. 102.
    Why superannuation is political kryptonite06/07/2020
    22:55
  95. 103.
    An insight into George Floyd's world06/04/2020
    24:09
  96. 104.
    Why is Transmission Gully such a troubled project?06/03/2020
    19:48
  97. 105.
    The big Kiwi company hanging on to pandemic refunds06/02/2020
    21:22
  98. 106.
    The health of our coastal waters is in peril06/01/2020
    19:37
  99. 107.
    Battling lockdown fatigue 05/31/2020
    22:01
  100. 108.
    Changing our lives in a post-Covid world 05/28/2020
    23:25
  101. 109.
    Women on boards - why NZ needs a kick05/27/2020
    18:41
  102. 110.
    Tip-toeing around China 05/26/2020
    23:20
  103. 111.
    Mixed messages and confusion - travel after Covid05/25/2020
    23:45
  104. 112.
    What's up with Wellington? 05/24/2020
    20:18
  105. 113.
    Our contact tracing app - how effective will it be?05/21/2020
    23:23
  106. 114.
    Why conspiracy theories thrive in times of crisis05/20/2020
    22:53
  107. 115.
    Could a free-money-for-all scheme catch on here?05/19/2020
    23:14
  108. 116.
    The race for a Covid-19 vaccine05/18/2020
    22:22
  109. 117.
    Queenstown - pretty, empty 05/17/2020
    23:37
  110. 118.
    Tauranga - the downsides of a population explosion 03/26/2020
    21:21
  111. 119.
    How a young white supremacist did a radical u-turn 03/25/2020
    21:06
  112. 120.
    The future of flying looks grim03/24/2020
    18:44
  113. 121.
    Technology and the big shift to working from home03/23/2020
    22:44
  114. 122.
    The weekend warriors hit by heavy-handed doping laws 03/22/2020
    20:08
  115. 123.
    China and Covid-19 - rewriting the facts 03/19/2020
    22:38
  116. 124.
    What happens to a family stuck together in quarantine? 03/18/2020
    20:22
  117. 125.
    Keeping anxiety in check amidst uncertainty 03/17/2020
    20:54
  118. 126.
    Is COVID-19 the iceberg that will sink the cruise ship industry? 03/16/2020
    22:42
  119. 127.
    Curiosity is killing the kea03/15/2020
    19:49
  120. 128.
    Kyle Jamieson goes into bat for mental health03/12/2020
    23:17
  121. 129.
    New Zealand's battle against wildlife smuggling 03/11/2020
    22:31
  122. 130.
    Did the millions raised for mosque victims actually get to them? 03/10/2020
    23:11
  123. 131.
    What is the circular economy?03/09/2020
    19:22
  124. 132.
    The gaming feature encouraging kids to gamble03/08/2020
    22:21
  125. 133.
    The murky, confusing world of US political races03/05/2020
    19:26
  126. 134.
    Coronavirus and "moral panic" 03/04/2020
    22:43
  127. 135.
    Where the big dry really hurts 03/03/2020
    23:02
  128. 136.
    Is cancel culture repressing freedom of thought? 03/02/2020
    22:28
  129. 137.
    How vulnerable is NZ to extreme right populism? 03/01/2020
    22:32
  130. 138.
    Should we be expecting more from the SFO?02/27/2020
    21:19
  131. 139.
    Coronavirus - floods of information in a misinfodemic 02/26/2020
    23:10
  132. 140.
    The Millane murder case and its media storm02/25/2020
    22:07
  133. 141.
    Setting aside the Moriori myth02/24/2020
    22:01
  134. 142.
    The city that soaks up water - can Auckland cope? 02/23/2020
    20:27
  135. 143.
    When we go to Mars02/20/2020
    21:11
  136. 144.
    The secret deal that's causing a big stink in Mataura 02/19/2020
    20:25
  137. 145.
    Inside Immigration New Zealand 02/18/2020
    23:00
  138. 146.
    Kiwi immigrants on picking up their culture, generations on02/17/2020
    17:44
  139. 147.
    Our gigantic e-waste problem02/16/2020
    20:31
  140. 148.
    The problem with the global game of rugby 02/13/2020
    22:23
  141. 149.
    Adesanya - on a hiding to nothing at the Halbergs?02/12/2020
    20:45
  142. 150.
    A rapid escalation - NZ First's donations issue02/11/2020
    20:15
  143. 151.
    Another generation of unsustainable housing02/10/2020
    21:13
  144. 152.
    Are we seeing a Te Reo Māori revival?02/09/2020
    22:09
  145. 153.
    What happened in Wuhan, the coronavirus ground zero? 02/06/2020
    22:15
  146. 154.
    Waitangi Museum tells the stories of a nation's birth02/05/2020
    23:50
  147. 155.
    Brexit and you 02/04/2020
    22:49
  148. 156.
    Born into riches - the staggering extent of the Royal purse02/03/2020
    22:22
  149. 157.
    Bringing down our horrific road toll02/02/2020
    25:04
  150. 158.
    Our Top 10 of The Detail this year12/19/2019
    21:40
  151. 159.
    How attempted censorship by Trump troops backfired 12/18/2019
    24:10
  152. 160.
    Where in the world is our defence force?12/17/2019
    20:11
  153. 161.
    The big stars at Auckland's tiny tennis tournament 12/16/2019
    21:58
  154. 162.
    How to argue with your climate denier relatives this Christmas 12/15/2019
    20:26
  155. 163.
    The beauty and the menace of Whakaari 12/12/2019
    19:41
  156. 164.
    Where do editorial cartoonists draw the line?12/11/2019
    21:24
  157. 165.
    Plastic poison - where do we start in cleaning it up? 12/10/2019
    22:06
  158. 166.
    Bougainville hoping to swap a troubled past for future peace 12/09/2019
    22:17
  159. 167.
    When Aotearoa heats up from below 12/08/2019
    22:12
  160. 168.
    Does our explosion in imported shopping events have an expiry date? 12/05/2019
    21:17
  161. 169.
    The movie that takes a big Kiwi victory out of the picture12/04/2019
    21:33
  162. 170.
    Why Samoa is being devastated by measles 12/03/2019
    22:56
  163. 171.
    The different fates of Christchurch's Catholic and Anglican cathedrals12/02/2019
    18:33
  164. 172.
    Christchurch has rebuilt - now it needs people12/01/2019
    21:02
  165. 173.
    A Coroner's life of death 11/28/2019
    20:43
  166. 174.
    What does the new sexual violence law hope to achieve?11/27/2019
    21:22
  167. 175.
    Erebus and the aftermath - the fallout continues 11/26/2019
    21:38
  168. 176.
    The confusing picture of television services in NZ11/25/2019
    22:07
  169. 177.
    Shooting the messenger - when journalists raise drugs in sport 11/24/2019
    20:44
  170. 178.
    Our leaky buildings saga is a long way from sorted11/21/2019
    20:28
  171. 179.
    Will a new suicide plan bring down the numbers?11/20/2019
    20:29
  172. 180.
    The battle over Ōwairaka is about more than trees 11/19/2019
    22:31
  173. 181.
    Why councils are asking for a fireworks ban 11/18/2019
    21:30
  174. 182.
    The tragic results of NZDF's failure to clean up after Bamyan11/17/2019
    25:20
  175. 183.
    The anger behind the OK Boomer viral meme 11/14/2019
    21:34
  176. 184.
    Police Māori strategy a re-turning of the tide11/13/2019
    18:52
  177. 185.
    How spitting into a tube can change your life11/12/2019
    22:51
  178. 186.
    Three years in, how realistic is our Predator-Free 2050 goal?11/11/2019
    21:52
  179. 187.
    Questions over armed police patrols11/10/2019
    19:46
  180. 188.
    Abuse inquiry just scratches the surface 11/07/2019
    22:06
  181. 189.
    Is Auckland's light rail plan off track? 11/06/2019
    22:02
  182. 190.
    Is the Provincial Growth Fund making a difference?11/05/2019
    20:32
  183. 191.
    Hope is fading for the Kiwi nurse missing in Syria 11/04/2019
    23:20
  184. 192.
    Understanding autism11/03/2019
    21:13
  185. 193.
    The Tiwai Point aluminium smelter bluff 10/31/2019
    21:08
  186. 194.
    Funding two bodies to produce the same weather forecast10/30/2019
    22:40
  187. 195.
    NZ in a flutter over Bird of the Year 10/29/2019
    20:58
  188. 196.
    The festival organisers who now have to plan for disaster10/28/2019
    18:56
  189. 197.
    Wiring up an orchestra 10/27/2019
    21:56
  190. 198.
    Salvaging the SkyCity convention centre 10/24/2019
    19:31
  191. 199.
    Where is NZ First heading next? 10/23/2019
    21:22
  192. 200.
    NZ's low unemployment rate is hiding huge inequity 10/22/2019
    19:33

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