John Wikstrom, co-founder of Magic Memories, the supreme winner at this year’s NZ Trade & Enterprise International Business Awards, discusses how a si
A look at some of the strangest sports out there.
Mark talks with reggae legend Jimmy Cliff for the soundtrack to his life.
Mark is joined in studio with Clare de Lore and Bill Ralston to discuss the Northland by-election and is also joined on the phone by Jessica Williams,
Mark talks with Dr Michelle Dickinson on a new nanotechnology coating for tropical fruit such as mangoes and bananas which increases their shelf life
Mark talks with Vincent Heeringa on 2 degrees' push into the internet. Vincent Heeringa is the Publisher of Idealog magazine.
Mark talks with Dr Harold Hillman on cynics and cynicism in the work force. Harold Hillman is a managing director, leadership coach and author. His w
Mark talks with Ian Grant on self control. Ian Grant QSO, is the Founder and Chairman of Fathers Who Dare Win and Senior New Zealand of the Year 2013.
United Nations have made this year The Year Of Soil
The importance of soil supporting
They are uniting Geraldine
Sam and Rebecca Lees have started Incredible Edibles, where vegetable gardens are established in public spaces or private
According to an IPCA ruling, Counties Manukau Police failed multiple times in their treatment of a highly intoxicated man who died in custody. Duncan
Tomorrow we will find out who will win the Northland by-election. So how has the National Party gone in its campaign? Duncan Garner talks to political
The countdown is on to Sunday's Cricket World Cup final. Duncan Garner gets an Australian point of view from sports commentator Dan Ginnane.
Referring to 36-year-old Daniel Vettori as the elder statesman of the Black Caps team makes Alison Mau feel old. She and Willie talked cricket with Te
Sports means so much to us at the time, but after a good night's sleep New Zealand will still be just the same.
Bad behaviour is bad behaviour no matter how good you are according to global sports manager John Harris.
Northland is abuzz with more ministerial vehicles than ever before. Former Labour cabinet minister Dover Samuels told Sean Plunket he was expecting mo
Mark Sainsbury talks with Jimmy Cliff, legendary Jamaican reggae musician, before his concert at The Powerstation in Auckland tomorrow night (Saturday
AUDIO: How to become the next Richard Branson
VIRAL VIDEO: Behind The Scenes; bungy-jumping in New Zealand
AUDIO: Iconic Jamaican musician Jimmy Cliff playing in Auckland tomorrow night
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AUDIO: It's only a game, embrace the moment - Psychotherapist
AUDIO: Put up an electric fence and keep them in - Sports Expert
Death in custody - How did the police get it so wrong?
Good? Bad? Meh? How has the Nat’s campaign gone in the North?
We get an Aussie's spin on the cricket final
Chinese New Year - The Year of the Sheep
Caller Sam & Maori Muslim Te Amorangi
Campbell Live on Radio