My story: The adventurer talks about his life and career.
I said to my husband, "hey Mike, we don't need two incomes".
The Royal New Zealand Ballet's artistic director discusses her career.
"I've never liked the idea that a musician has to struggle."
Poet and author Kate Camp talks about her work and life.
They said, 'you took the mickey, but you didn't take the piss'.
Cassandra Tse says she's quite proud of not being cool.
Grammy-award winning New Zealand musician Kimbra talks about her life and career.
'I always plan to post more videos of me playing, but my standards are very high.'
Dr Riley Elliott talks about his work and life.
Acclaimed writer Ben Elton talks about his life and career.
Sailing legend Penny Whiting talks with Elisabeth Easther about her life.
The actor talks to Elisabeth Easther about his life and work.
Actor, writer and director Katie Wolfe talks about her life and work.
Sophia Malthus talks about her horse-riding accident and the road ahead.
Shona McCullagh talks to Elisabeth Easther about her life and the role of the arts.
Victor Rodger's adaptation of Hello Darkness will be performed at Auckland Pride Festival.
Elisabeth Easther talks to Tūī Matira Ranapiri Ransfield about her life and work.
Dion Peita of Auckland Museum talks to Elisabeth Easther.
David Shearer talks to Elisabeth Easther about growing up, politics and his work.
Stephen Fleming talks to Elisabeth Easther about work, life and cricket.
Elisabeth Easther talks to comedian Urzila Carlson about her life and work.
Anna Taylor knows life isn't fair. She also knows how to get back up and crack on.
MacDonald's project, Ngā Wai, is a poetic work inspired by the sacred waters of Wāimarama.
There are many rabbit holes of self-doubt to fall down but half this job is perseverance.
'Back in the mid '60s, The Beatles era, women were becoming very independent.'
Sky TV chief executive Martin Stewart talks to Elisabeth Easther about work and life.
Keep New Zealand Beautiful CEO Heather Saunderson talks to Elisabeth Easther.
Elisabeth Easther talks to film-maker Roseanne Liang about work and life.
'Art isn't heavily constrained like architecture can be. Art is expression and pure.'
For a once-in-a-lifetime active adventure, try one of these trails for two wheels.
A holiday with her teenage son is even more enjoyable thanks to days out on the water.
"I believe that theatre and film can have a huge impact on the world."
'We need to look after each other much better than we have been.'
'There's an incredible sense of peace when you're acting in line with your beliefs.'
'I always knew I wanted to perform.'
Mugabe's problems are well-documented but for a while, he was a hero
Winter Pride CEO Martin King advises on the best policy and practises around LGBT+ rights.
'For so long I had no idea how trauma influenced my life.'
The survivor manager of a women's refuge, as told to Elisabeth Easther
Elisabeth Easther talks to choreographer and senior lecturer Sarah Foster-Sproull.
Neil Waka talks to Elisabeth Easther about life in and out of the spotlight.
'There have been times I've been too shy to talk to other writers.'
Actor, comedian and writer Brynley Stent talks to Elisabeth Easther about life and work.
My Story: 'You get better stories when you don't stand out in a room.'
The Coromandel Coastal Walkway really lived up to its hype.
Pulotu Selio Solomon talks to Elisabeth Easther about his upbringing and life.
Rob Fyfe talks about his upbringing and his rise to the top of the corporate world.
Elisabeth Easther talks to music star Tami Neilson about music, motherhood and marriage.
New All Blacks captain shaped by rugby greats Richie McCaw, Kieran Read and Liam Messam.
Being in lockdown has reinforced the joy of preparing food from scratch.
From the family business to exploring the world, this Wairarapa girl has seen a lot.
A new friend causes a big stir at Bangkok airport in the 90s.
Former NZ Arts Foundation Laureate recounts his best - and worst - travel memories.
Every day explorers recount their best travel memories to Elisabeth Easther.
Tales of the world from every day explorers.
Every day explorers recount their best travel memories to Elisabeth Easther
The joy of heading for the horizon, with only a vague idea of where you are going.
Founding an off-the-beaten track adventure company has led to a life full of adventures.
Exploring New Zealand is best done on foot.
Graham Parker tells Elisabeth Easther about snakes encounters and mountain expeditions
Pete Hitchman tells Elisabeth Easther about pop stars and survival tricks