Graeme is joined by Gerard Hindmarsh every week, for a new Outsiders.
Gerard Hindmarsh sits down with Graeme Hill to talk about one of the most harrowing and brutal events in NZ history.
Graeme Hill talks with Gerard Hindmarsh, who is back with Outsiders - this week all about Abel Tasman.
Graeme Hill talks with Gerard Hindmarsh as Weekend Variety Wireless returns for 2018, with Outsiders - this week on Richard Pearce.
This week Felix Von Luckner’s incredible life, his resourcefulness and outrageous escape from NZ as a prisoner of war in WW1.
Captain John Howell, The Father of Riverton, one of our earliest settlements. Go here for the Outsider archive.
Gerard is in the bush this week so carrying on from last week’s story of human trafficking in the Pacific we replay his sad story of the Banaban peopl
Human cargo, slavery and forced labour in the Pacific and its legacy left today.
This week the astounding work and historical images collection left by the industrious and enterprising Tyree Photographers of Nelson.
New Zealand’s darkest day. The Battle for Bellevue Spur during the 1917 Passchendaele offensive.
The story of 7 young New Zealanders who sought to escape the gloom of the Great Depression and set sail for another life in the islands.
This week the Anatori Goldfields storekeeper Harry Moffatt.
The early purple prospects of what was an important port. Karamea and how it faded to the sleepy lovely town at the end of the road it is today.
This week 2 generations of the Page Family, Lighthouse Keepers of Kahurangi 1916-1958.
The Ironworks of Golden Bay. Now just a fascinating ruin, Gerard explains the grand industrial ambitions of John Haskett.
James Allen Ward VC, who saved his bomber and crew by climbing out on the wing to extinguish a fire in flight over Europe.
This week the Ghost Towns and failed communities of New Zealand.
This week The Tin Rush! In 1888 one man became obsessed with imaginings of great wealth in one of our harshest landscapes, sub-alpine Stewart Island.