Sunday 4 'til 8

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A glimpse into the world of conductive education

7:02 PM.This week on One in Five: a glimpse into the world of Conductive Education.The holistic therapy was designed in Hungary in the 1950s for children with motor disorders such as spina bifida or cerebral palsy. The philosophy then became popular in the United Kingdom and gradually spread throughout other English speaking countries as well as Europe. Most New Zealand centres now offer Conductive Education and the "conductors", who carry out the therapy, are very much in demand. Katy Gosset pays a visit to the Conductive Education Centre in Southland.

Awatea - Act 1

6:06 PM.Set in the sleepy seaside town of Omoana, the community rally to host their annual hui to celebrate the achievements of Matt Paku, but the real nature of his life in Auckland is slowly unravelled. The New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation commissioned Bruce Mason to write this radio play, first broadcast in 1965.

The Age of Resilience: The Anthropocene Challenge

4:06 PM.Experts argue that we are living in the age of the Anthropocene - the epoch when humanity has irrevocably altered the planet. Predictions of climate change impacts are dire - mass extinction of species, acidic oceans and extreme weather events. But can we turn our influence around and steer our global impact in a new direction towards a more sustainable future? Panel members include Professor David Frame, Professor Catherine Larrère, Associate Professor Bronwyn Hayward and Lucile Schmid.

The Anthropocene Challenge: Question Time

4:06 PM.The Anthropocene is a geological term which refers to the era in which human activity on earth begins to impact eco systems globally in an irrevocable and very measurable long term manner. Kim Hill asks the panellists about the Anthropocene and invites questions from the audience.

4:07 The Sunday Feature: The Age of Resilience

Experts argue that we are living in the age of the Anthropocene – the epoch when humanity has irrevocably altered the planet. Predictions of climate change impacts are dire – mass extinction of species, acidic oceans and extreme weather events. But can we turn our influence around and steer our global impact in a new direction towards a more sustainable future? Panel members include Professor David Frame, Professor Catherine Larrère, Associate Professor Bronwyn Hayward and Lucile Schmid.

5:00 The 5 O'Clock Report

A roundup of today's news and sport.

5:12 Spiritual Outlook

Exploring different spiritual, moral and ethical issues and topics (RNZ)

5:40 Te Waonui a Te Manu Korihi

Maori news and interviews from throughout the motu (RNZ)

6:06 Te Ahi Kaa

Exploring issues and events from a tangata whenua perspective (RNZ)

7:06 One In Five

The issues and experience of disability (RNZ)

7:35 Voices

A weekly programme that highlights Asians, Africans, indigenous Americans and more in New Zealand, aimed at promoting a greater understanding of our ethnic minority communities (RNZ)