RNZ News followed by business, rural and sports news, plus the long-range weather forecast and Worldwatch.
On Saturday Morning, Kim Hill's guests include guitarist Wilko Johnson, and Kevin Mitnick on Internet security
On Insight, RNZ sport examines the impact or rugby sevens and golf debuting at the Rio Olympics
New Yorker writer Jane Mayer on her book Dark Money about right-wing political funders Charles and David Koch - the Koch brothers.
World renowned biologist Frans de Waal tells Jesse Mulligan how we have underestimated the intelligence of animals for centuries.
Kathryn Ryan talks to award winning screen and stage actress Danielle Cormack, on Nine to Noon
"Wake up, have a cone of dope, then just go hustle." The Wireless looks at the realities of life on the streets of Auckland for a 17-year-old.
30 million people in Bangladesh may lose their homes by the end of the century as polar ice melts and tides rise. Documentarian Adrien Taylor talks about his film 30 Million. (AUDIO)
"One in 37,000 males want to become female and one in 150,000 females want to become male." (AUDIO)
Stefan Szymanski, author of Money and Football: A Soccernomics Guide, weighs the odds on a repeat by Leicester City. (AUDIO)
OPINION: When it comes to poverty, society decides whether to simply let it happen, or to care and act, writes Shamubeel Eaqub. (COMMENTS)
As we head into winter, This Way Up looks at the best home heating options with George Block from consumer.org.nz. (AUDIO)