Born into war in Afghanistan, at the age of 15 teaching English and literacy courses to young women while living under the extremist Taliban, Tariq Ha
Andrew Patterson speaks with guitar legend Joe Satriani, ahead of his Auckland concert at the ASB Theatre Saturday 1st November, and the Wellington Op
Ahmed Abbas, a Kurd in NZ explains the unique Kurdish culture and the fight for Kobane against ISIS.
Jesse Ryder talks to RadioLIVE and the big media scrum in Hamilton.
Duncan Garner speaks with Luke Roughton from Oxfam about the charity's five-ear campaign which has poverty firmly in its sights.
Duncan Garner receives a complaint about young people and their use of the word "like" to junction sentences.
The Independent Forestry Safety report is out today. Duncan talks with the widow of Forestry worker Charles Finlay about what is needed to keep our fo
Duncan chats to ex pat Canadian Tami Neilson about her Silver Scroll winning song "Walk"
The latest in Smart Phone Apps and what's hot on The Net
The Reserve Bank has all but dropped its tightening bias and interest rates look like they will be on hold for the foreseeable future, Freightways sha
Sean speaks with Louise Nicholas – New Zealand's most high profile sexual abuse victim – about the frustrations the families and young women/victims i
Duncan Garner recaps a 'then and now' moment from politics.
Air NZ has grounded a plane because one of their passengers was vomiting and was suspected of having Norovirus. Duncan talks to Brent Thomas Commercia
Duncan talks to John Munro Criminal Barrister who specialises in sex cases about why The Roastbusters are not going to be prosecuted
The Reserve Bank is expected to hold interest rates this morning and may do so until the end of next year, It worked for London so It's good to see th
Peter Williams QC dropped in for a chat about his new book “The Dwarf Who Moved” and shared some anecdotes from his life in criminal law.
NZ has a great poverty rate for the elderly, but is falling behind with the young.
Duncan is in Christchurch where he asked Antony Gough MD Herefold Holdings and Chairman of The Central City Business Association about Christchurch's
Duncan talks with Andrew Hayton The Auckland Harbour Master about how to stay safe in your boat this summer
John Banks is appealing his conviction of Electoral Fraud. Radio Live's Wilhemina Shrimpton talks to Duncan about the appeal
Oxfam's 'Even It Up' urging world's government's to address extreme inequality
AUDIO DUNCAN GARNER: Forestry Safety report
AUDIO DUNCAN GARNER: Tami Neilson wins The Silver Scroll
Police have done their best on 'Roast Busters' - Louise Nicholas
What needs to change to solve child poverty?
Prostitute profits burning out, as Tinder catches alight
AUDIO: Afghan Tariq Habibyar speaks with Andrew Patterson ahead of his TEDx appearance
Complaints, like, about the use of "like"
Campbell Live on Radio
Karyn & Andrew's "Policy Thursday" - Ban1080 Party "Regional Policy"
Karyn & Andrew's "Policy Thursday" - NZ Independent Coalition Party "Regional Policy"