Interviews

Other interviews with our academic staff

  • Ready Steady Learn

    Hear academics who have recently been featured on 95bFM in the University's Ready Steady Learn slot.

  • Milk on a disc

    Canny consumers may soon be able to buy their milk with full knowledge of its age, origin and flavour as well as its nutritional content.

  • RNZ: Tracey McIntosh

    Tracey McIntosh, co-director Nga o Te Maramatanga - NZ Maori centre of research excellence joins Nine to Noon to look at Dr Ranginui Walker's life.

  • Radio LIVE
    Jane Kelsey on Radio Live
    04 February 2016
    "Paddy wagons outside SkyCity is not the image we want to see before TPP signing"
  • The Armenian story

    Dr Maria Armoudian on the genocide of an estimated 1.5 million Christian Armenians in 1915.

  • Human rights in Saudi Arabia

    Associate Professor Steve Hoadley (Politics and International Relations) discusses Saudia Arabias’s human rights record on Radio Live.

  • Dr Misha Kavka

    Dr Misha Kavka discusses the future of TV and the rise of digital and on-demand services as competition for viewers increases.

  • Shuchi Kothari

    Associate Professor Shuchi Kothari discusses claims that Bollywood movies cause stalking on Radio New Zealand's The Panel.

  • Dr Kevin Moran

    Dr Moran discusses why men believe they are 'bulletproof' and are often less risk aware than women in the water.

  • Professor Brian Boyd

    Professor Brian Boyd talks to Kathryn Ryan on RNZ Nine to Noon about a new collection of previously unseen letters from Russian-American novelist Vladimir Nabokov to his beloved wife, Vera.

  • 70th Anniversary of D-Day

    Associate Professor Simon Kitson as a studio guest of the programme Making History on BBC Radio for the 70th Anniversary of D-Day this week.

  • Damon-Salesa60
    The Nation Panel
    13 June 2014
    Lisa Owen talks about the week in politics with 3 News Editor Patrick Gower, Pacific Studies associate professor Damon Salesa, and blogger David Farrar.
  • Dancing for hope

    Australian current affairs show Dateline SBS follows Dance Studies senior lecturer Dr Nicholas Rowe to the Middle East.

  • Jewish Lives in New Zealand

    The immense impact Jewish people have had in New Zealand has been encapsulated in a new book.

  • A voice for Pacific Islanders

    How do we ensure that Pacific Islanders are part of Auckland in “a very real way – and are encouraged to be part of it?”

  • The art of the Samoan tatau

    Learn about this Samoan tradition on TVNZ's Tagata Pasifika, demonstrated as part of our Pacific Heritage Art Residencies programme.

  • Elite athletes need to set a better example

    Dr David Mayeda of the Department of Sociology with Lisa Owen of One News talking about the influence that sport role models has on young people following the death of Kelston Boys High School student Stephen Dudley.

  • Research helps us to understand toddlers

    Dr Annette Henderson (The Early Learning Lab) is interviewed on TVNZ's Close Up on groundbreaking research which explores what goes on in a toddler's head.