Tuesday 24 April
Today's show is our ANZAC special featuring everyone from the Prime Minister Helen Clark to Hayley Westenra. It's our tribute to all the New Zealanders who fought to protect the country last century - and to more than 700 New Zealand Defence Force personnel serving us overseas today.
The Prime Minister Helen Clark and her father George Clark join us to describe the impact of both world wars on the Clark family.
Hayley Westenra performs two poignant songs
from her new album, "Treasure" and tells us about the pleasures and
pitfalls of international stardom.
Veteran of the 28th Maori Battalion and former Maori All Black Kingi Matthews recalls his stories from the front line and researcher Hirini Reedy talks about his work compiling stories from the soldiers of C Company.
We meet wartime sweethearts Dorothy and Evan Prout, who are celebrating 60 years of marriage.
Jennifer Twist reveals some of the wartime
memorabilia held in Te Papa's collection.
Costumier Amy Jansen-Leen and our Anzac Day models show off vintage wartime fashions and we remember the days of mending and making do.
Veteran World War Two fighter pilot Bill Hickson recalls his dangerous days flying over Europe. Journalist Max Lambert has written his story, and also joins us.
New Zealand Army Major Graeme Tod and Corporal Mat Davies unpack their kit and talk about life on patrol in Afghanistan.
Lance Corporal Ella Stuart stands to attention in our kitchen to prepare army-style chicken. See her recipe here.
Fifi Colston delights the kids making Flanders Field poppies for Anzac Day. See her fact-sheet here.
Book reviewer Kate de Goldi brings her pick of
war stories, including Pat Barker's acclaimed "Regeneration"