The history of Wadestown Rd is as long as that of Wellington itself.
New Zealand women's cricket player Sian Ruck talks about bowling at international level, being a postie and food.
Air Force trumpeter Dave Kempton talks about musician basic training, performing in Dubai and meeting Prince Charles.
Avon St is a short road to intrigue. Wooden houses and a semi-wooded residential road lead to one of the most spectacular heritage buildings in Wellington.
Fat Freddy's Drop guitarist Tehimana Kerr talks about his being a printer, his favourite venues and comic books.
Owhiro Bay Pde looks across the Cook Strait to the South Island, masking a history that lies beneath the waves.
Strike Percussion's Tim Whitta talks about growing up with music, percussion, and working with young children.
Miramar Ave cuts through the heart of Wellington's film industry and the burgeoning suburb Miramar.
From historic to high-rise with a cemetery in between, historic Bolton St has been the centre of controversy.
AMY JACKMAN - The WellingtonianAnglican Bishop of Wellington Justin Duckworth talks about playing soccer, helping young adults, God and dreadlocks.
AMY JACKMAN - The WellingtonianCivil Defence controller Bruce Pepperell talks about the navy, preparing for an emergency and helping after Hurricane Sandy.
The scales of justice have prevailed in Ballance St for most of Wellington's history.
A ship's grounding near the harbour entrance a century ago was not an unusual occurrence in the early days of the city.
War hero leaves mark - he lent his name to our city, and to Wellington Rd in Kilbirnie.
Wellington Phoenix coach Ernie Merrick talks about earthquakes, Scottish football and the 2013-14 season.
Jim Moriarty talks about working in Ward 27, turning down Jake the Muss and building a new theatre.
Hill St was one of the first Wellington streets to be named, way back in 1840.
Matiu/Somes Island is a tiny place with a rich history, including prisoners, quarantine stations, and native flora and fauna.
Duncan St is one of several places around Wellington named after Charles Duncan, an early settler from Scotland.
Departing Whitireia journalism school boss Jim Tucker talks about playing hockey, supporting the homosexual law reform bill and living in a caravan.
Main Rd on Matiu-Somes Island is unlike any other Main Rd in Wellington.
Investment banker Rob Cameron talks about his battle with terminal cancer, the appeal of Wellington and life at Harvard University.
Weka St in Miramar is surely due for a name change.
Wellington Saints chief executive and bar owner Nick Mills talks about growing up in Western Samoa, basketball and clubbing.
Karori's first wave of settlers arrived in the 1840s, lured by the promise of new beginnings on rich, fertile plains.
Josiah Taulelei about his mother's chop suey, inventing food for Wishbone and cycling from Cape Reinga to Bluff.
Hector St starts only a few metres from where some Wahine passengers were rowed to Seatoun Beach during that never-to-be- forgotten storm on April 10, 1968.
Departing Wellington Community Trust chief executive Frances Russell talks about farming, Wellington Zoo and surf lifesaving.
Box Hill, which links Khandallah and Johnsonville, is notable for the fact that its name is not derived from India.
CHRISTOPHER MOOR - The WellingtonianFritz and his master are city favourites, but the canine's life as a real dog would probably have been much happier.
AMY JACKMAN - The WellingtonianMetservice's Daniel Corbett talks about living in New York, killer tornadoes and presenting the weather.
Coutts St begins in the heart of Kilbirnie and roadworks there seem to be a permanent fixture.
AMY JACKMAN - The WellingtonianInterest in Matariki celebrations is rising as high as the stars in the sky.
AMY JACKMAN - The WellingtonianGelissimo owner Graham Joe about early cellphones, his favourite gelato flavour and the appeal of Wellington.
Roxburgh St, on the lower slopes of Mt Victoria, dates back to 1840, when New Zealand Company ships began arriving in Wellington.
LAURA KAVANAGH - The WellingtonianThe proud "grandfather" of the Wellington Cambodian community, Ian Kidman, has been named as this month's Community Champion.
AMY JACKMAN - The WellingtonianAmy Jackman talks to New Zealand Cricket Museum director Jamie Bell about taking a hat- trick, working in a zoo and the future of the museum.
At first glance, Brooklyn's Todman St looks indistinguishable from dozens of other steep Wellington roads climbing towards the clouds.
AMY JACKMAN - The WellingtonianWellington Free Ambulance's Tor Riley talks about being a paramedic, Wellington's streets and its best restaurants.
Farmers Lane, off Lambton Quay, is a rather undistinguished walkway up to The Terrace, but it has an interesting history.
Pulse captain Katrina Grant about Robyn Broughton, the Commonwealth Games and skydiving.
Courtenay Place is one of Wellington's oldest streets and was created by the 1855 Wairarapa earthquake.
Island Bay's Derwent St has come a long way from its dirt track origins as part of a small fishing village.
Weta founder Jamie Selkirk talks about growing up in Wairarapa, early editing, Weta and winning an Oscar.
Tinakori Rd was once a grand thoroughfare, home to some of New Zealand's most distinguished politicians, writers, poets and artists.
AMY JACKMAN - The WellingtonianHarbour Asset Management director Andrew Bascand talks about KiwiSaver, wine-making and the economic vibe in Wellington.
JOSEPH ROMANOS - The WellingtonianCapital Football chief executive Richard Reid talks about living in Nigeria, having a famous father and the 1981 Springbok tour.
CHLOE WINTER - The WellingtonianNow home to the Government's controversial spy agency, Pipitea St was once where criminals were put the stocks.
Liu Heung Shing's story about Mikhail Gorbachev was the show-stopper at last weekend's Photographic Society of New Zealand convention.
ADRIANA WEBER - The WellingtonianAbel Smith St is a curious mix of old and new.