A true story, Jon tells Holloway of his ultimately disastrous date with Amy from Accounts. If you’ve ever done something as stupid as this you should be very proud of yourself.
Every story told at The Watercooler is true and that’s what makes this series so good. Everyday people like you give us their true stories and we make them into episodes of our show. Funny? Mate, y...
Radio Sport’s Goran Paladin reprises his Weekly Shag role as New Zealand’s favourite national team coach. Goran’s little Muppet Steve uses a common sense sports brain to help Kiwis understand the w...
Rowan and Alan take a look at New Zealand media and discover the hidden gems you might have missed over the past week. There’s comedy. There’s drama. There’s Mike Hosking laughing like a crazed hye...
Flava's Daz and Ast in an adults-only Kiwi skit show like you've never seen before.
Self proclaimed food critic Vaughan Smith enlists the help of self proclaimed food pig Josh Thomson to review fancy restaurants.
A look back at the week’s issues through the eyes of a Mike Hosking ventriloquist doll operated by award winning New Zealand puppeteer Jeremy Wells.
A home for the best of our 'orphan' shows. There may be just one of them, but that doesn't mean it's not great!
A brand new Kiwi living show hosted by Leigh Hart and Jason Hoyte featuring live music, health tips, interviews and infomercials.
Anika Moa is New Zealand’s most skilled red carpet interviewer. In this high-glamour series she attends events and accosts our biggest and smallest stars.
New Zealand’s most popular weekly rugby review show is back for 2016. Featuring the Alternative Commentary Collective’s Jeremy Wells, Matt Heath, Mike Lane, and now Scotty J. Stevenson.
Explorer, adventurer and self-proclaimed expert Leigh Hart is on a quest to seek the truth behind the world's greatest mysteries. Armed only with his internet-based knowledge, his Kiwi back-up team...
Yeti is an indigenous creature from somewhere near the Himalayas who finds herself coming to terms with life in her new home, New Zealand. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
Chris and Tom have started a semi-professional stake out business. As they wait to take photos of criminals they drive each other insane with idiotic conversation.
Satirist Ben Uffindell presents a weekly wrap up of the world of politics, sport and animal based human interest stories. Made with Funding from NZ On Air.
It'll be amazing