Forget a chunk of what you think you know about how Maori
got to New Zealand. Bruce Munro talks to Prof Atholl Anderson
about his startling conclusion that the first colonists were
exiles with no way of returning home.
Bill and Margaret McIndoe think more people should ''get
off their butt and go adventuring''. The octogenarian Dunedin
yachties talk to Bruce Munro about almost four decades of
wild seas, beautiful islands and living life
Teina Pora's case spotlights the likelihood more
potentially innocent people are locked up in our prisons.
Bruce Munro talks to members of the Innocence Project who are
working hard to get cases re-heard but say much more needs to
Viewing porn is as normal as breathing for lots of young
people. But a growing number are now trying to kick what they
say has become a destructive habit. Bruce Munro takes a look
at how a world awash with porn is shaping a generation.
We're almost home. In this final chapter of his
round-the-country exploration of the Kiwi psyche, Bruce Munro
hunts New Kiwi, looks over the edge into the apocalyptic
abyss, and considers two very different views of the Treaty
After failing to find any mah jong players in Howick,
Bruce Munro then wonders if he is drawing a long bow on
income inequality. Immigration and impulsivity are in the
headlights as the nationwide Kiwi identity road trip rumbles
past the halfway mark.
Why are many of New Zealand's cherished icons so shallow,
and what is this fascination with Gothic themes? Silence,
darkness and free drinks abound as Bruce Munro continues his
whistle-stop nationwide road trip in search of Kiwi