21 May 2019
Miriama Kamo, Carolyn Robinson, Jehan Casinader and Nigel Latta investigate what the future will look like in 20 years for New Zealanders.
Watch on TVNZ
15 May 2019
Māia the Brave: Body Awesome helps tamariki understand the 'why' and 'how' behind common and sometimes embarrassing body functions, with lots of laughs along the way.
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13 May 2019
A brand new series that answers all the questions you ever had about substances available in Aotearoa - what the law says and where to go if you need help.
Watch on Villainesse
10 May 2019
Can we bring dinosaurs back to life? Are all bacteria bad? How high can birds fly? Find out the answer to these questions in the new RNZ podcast now!
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28 Apr 2019
The stories of many of New Zealand’s iconic songs, with influential musicians and industry professionals sharing their behind-the-scenes take on the art of making music in Aotearoa.
Watch on Prime
27 Apr 2019
Uncover the inspiration behind some of your new favourite tunes by getting up close and personal with NZ's best up-and-coming talent in this special NZ On Air Music series.
Watch on the NZ On Air Youtube Channel
18 Feb 2019
Join the three teenage members of NZ thrash metal band Alien Weaponry as they achieve their lifelong dream: performing at the world's biggest metal music festival, Germany's Wacken Open Air.
12 Feb 2019
A collection of great local songs for kids on HEIHEI - from 'The Wonky Donkey' to 'I'm A Taniwha' there's heaps of waiata to educate and entertain the whole Whānau!
02 Mar 2019
A web-series from E-Tangata featuring six inspiring Māori and Pasifika women telling us their stories, in their own words.
Watch on NZ Herald
28 Nov 2018
125 years after NZ Suffrage, Aren't, Can't, Don't looks at why some women are still unable to vote and why it is so difficult for many others to feel like ...
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19 Nov 2018
The story of the women's suffrage movement from the 1890s, following the descendants of the wāhine Māori who were involved in securing the right to vote in NZ.
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09 Oct 2018
125 years after NZ became the first country in the world to grant women the right to vote, VICE investigates what it’s like to be a female politician in 2018.
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14 Apr 2019
The story of two brothers who, having escaped the desperate days of their early childhood, find their newly ordered lives falling apart when one becomes a suspect in a murder.
14 Jan 2019
The defining event in NZ's history revisited - a retelling of events that led to the sinking of the Rainbow Warrior.
28 Oct 2018
Detective Mike Shepherd and Detective Kristin Sims return for a brand new season of this local crime drama series, solving more murders that plague the town of Brokenwood.
16 Oct 2018
A group of gamers wake up in the bodies of their online characters. Gender swapped, confused and out of their element, they must work together for survival.
08 May 2019
This unscripted comedy series follows the hopelessly and hilariously inept people in charge of educating the next generation.
05 May 2019
A black comedy with a deliciously twisted sense of humour, this six-part drama follows a couple’s quest for “the good life” that goes wickedly awry.
03 May 2019
Enjoy a smorgasbord of tasty comedic delights as an all-star line-up of comedians launch this year's NZ International Comedy Festival
02 May 2019
Enjoy another round with the brownest, funniest and smartest sketch comedy on race relations in Aotearoa.
An eight-part video series about homelessness in Auckland's biggest city.
Watch on Stuff
06 May 2019
An unflinching investigation from deep within New Zealand's entrenched methamphetamine crisis.
25 Apr 2019
The story of Pourāmua Nihoniho, a soldier in the WWII Māori Battalion whose death in Vapnierka sparked a legacy of love, honour and sacrifice.
13 Mar 2019
Based on the podcast of the same name, Alex Casey, Michele A’Court and Leonie Hayden set out to jelly wrestle with every issue under the sun.
05 Mar 2019
Four passionate Kiwi's explore the big questions about the future of New Zealand.
19 Jan 2019
Curating more than 40 hours of total travel time into individual 3 hour and 12 hour programmes, Go South embraces taking the slow route.
A daily podcast that picks out the news that matters; helping listeners to understand the blur of push alerts, tweets and bulletins and give the background to the big news ...
Newshub's politics and current affairs show - offering balanced and comprehensive coverage of the issues facing New Zealanders today, through both long-form interviews and in-depth investigative reporting.
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Q+A is a New Zealand current event and political talk show. Join the Q+A team to find the answers to the questions that matter.
08 Jul 2018
Mihingarangi Forbes presents a compelling mix of current affairs investigations, human interest and arts and culture stories.
29 Mar 2019
In a world made entirely of cardboard, citizens face daily blockbuster style disasters. Unfortunately, the Cardboard City Fire Department is on the case.
25 Mar 2019
Featuring the voices of Jemaine Clement and Olivia Tennet, Kiri and Lou follows the friendship of two prehistoric creatures and their adventures in the forest a long, long time ago.
18 Mar 2019
A landmark Crux mini-documentary series looking at how new social and economic forces are re-shaping the Southern Lakes of New Zealand.
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10 Mar 2019
Films and conversations about the future of Christchurch.
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10 Oct 2018
Haukāinga is regional media providor that serves the Taitokerau and wider Northland region. Their content takes account topical issues of community significance with a leaning towards telling positive stories that ...
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A regional media project that aims to inform, educate and entertain audiences for many regions around the North Island - from the Bombay Hills to Rimutaka Hill.
Coverage of the Anzac Day 2019 National Commemorative Service from Pukeahu National War Memorial Park in Wellington.
02 Dec 2018
The Attitude Awards celebrates the achievements of New Zealanders living with disabilities.
25 Apr 2018
2018 ANZAC Day coverage and special programming exclusive to Māori Television.