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Latayvia Tualasea-Tautai is pushing for Pacific people to get involved in politics. Ahead of a Both Worlds documentary on her work, she tells The Wireless how growing up in poverty motivated her.

Jacob Tamata is an exciting emerging dancer, voguing his way across Auckland. Ahead of a Both Worlds documentary on directing his first show, he explains why vogue isn't just a genre of dance, it's a lifestyle, darling.

Artist Ruby White, 25, learned to make silver needle noodles in a bid to connect with her Malaysian roots. Ahead of a Both Worlds documentary on her pop-up noodle restaurant, she talks about the art of cooking.

William Rakena was wagging school and committing crime. Then his aunty and a new interest in dance turned his life around.

Maunga Waitakere supplies drinking water to the wider region, and drives significant tourism value through its iconic scenery. With some Pākehā showing confusion over the recently established rāhui, now is the time to discuss the wider cultural life of the region.

Charlotte Graham-McLay

Charlotte Graham-McLay

Why did the white man cross the road?

Kate Robertson

Kate Robertson catches up with drummer James Stutely and Nicole Gaffney (vocals/guitar) ahead of the release of their new album.

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