Schedules for 6 - 12 January, 2018

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Saturday 6 January 2018

12:04 AM. All Night Programme

Including: 12:05 Music after Midnight (RNZ); 12:30 Laugh Track (RNZ); 1:15 From The World (BBC); 2:05 Big Daddy Wilson (RNZ); 3:05 The Captain Kiwi Show By Carl Nixon (RNZ); 3:30 Arthur Tompkins on Art Crime (RNZ); 4:30 Global Business (BBC); 5:10 Sporting Witness (BBC); 5:45 Still Alive by Pani Thomas & Pauline Cartwright (2 of 5, RNZ)

6:08 AM. Storytime

The Laziest Man in the World, written and told by Dick Weir; Twenty Thousand Spiders, by David Somerset, told by Peter Vere Jones; Tiberius the Titirangi Mouse, by Patricia Ross, told by Desmond Kelly; It Happened Yesterday, by Barbara Hill, told by Bruce Phillips; The Travelling Restaurant, by Barbara Else, told by Stuart Devenie (RNZ)

7:10 AM. The Best of Country Life

Memorable scenes, people and places in rural New Zealand (RNZ)

8:10 AM. Up This Way with Simon Morton

'it might be better than you expect' (RNZ)

12:11 PM. Black Sheep: Poisoner

The story of Thomas Hall (RNZ) Black Sheep

12:40 PM. The Why Factor

The extraordinary and hidden histories behind everyday objects and actions (BBC)

1:10 PM. Music 101

The best songs, music-related stories, interviews, live music, industry news and music documentaries from NZ and the world

5:10 PM. Goodie Goodie! Python Python!

The Lost Cambridge Circus tapes from 1964 with John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Bill Oddie and Tim Brooke-Taylor: "The Cardinal Richelieu Show" (3 of 5 RNZ)

6:06 PM. Encounters

British QC and Human Rights advocate Michael Mansfield talks to Kim Hill  in August 2017 when he was  a keynote speaker at the  Criminal Bar Association Conference in Auckland

7:06 PM. Saturday Night with Paul Brennan

An evening of requests, nostalgia and musical memories (RNZ)

Sunday 7 January 2018

12:04 AM. All night programme

12.05 Music after Midnight; 12.30 Pants On Fire - The Fibbers Guide to Lies, Lying and Liars (2 of 5, RNZ); 1.05 Summer Science with Alison Ballance (RNZ); 1.45 Are we there yet? (RNZ); 2.05 Heart and Soul (BBC); 2.35 Hymns on Sunday (RNZ); 3.05 My Lord Above by David Lyndon Brown (RNZ); 3.30 CrowdScience (BBC); 4.30 Country Life Story (RNZ) 5.10 Living with the Gods: (BBC); 5.45 Historical Highlight (RNZ)

6:08 AM. Storytime

The First Man to Fly, by David Somerset, told by Michael Haigh; Ducks n Water, by Apirana Taylor, told by Waimihi Hotere; Pass It On, by David Hill, told by Lee Hatherley; Leaps and Bounds, by Robin Nathan, told by Lloyd Scott; The Scarf, by Maxine Liddell, told by Dorothy McKegg; The Travelling Restaurant, by Barbara Else, told by Stuart Devenie (RNZ)

7:33 AM. Assignment

Black and Proud in Brazil
For decades, Brazil has presented itself as a colour-blind nation in which most citizens are, at least to some extent, racially mixed. But a controversial education law is encouraging black Brazilians to assert their own distinct identity. Federal public universities now have to comply with government quotas for black students, as well as others deemed to be at risk of discrimination.  For BBC Assignment, David Baker reports on an issue that is at the heart of what it means to be black in Brazil.  

8:10 AM. Up This Way

‘it might be better than you expect’. Including Insight (RNZ)

Noon The World at Noon

A roundup of today's news and sport

12:30 PM. The Food Chain

Big Tech Wants Your Food Shop: Technology giants are gobbling up the online grocery market - and over the past year we’ve seen Amazon and Alibaba getting their teeth into bricks and mortar too. But do they want to transform the supermarket experience, or is this about harvesting even more consumer data?  And what will all of this mean for farmers, your pocket, and the quality and sustainability of your food? (BBC)

1:10 PM. History through the Piano: Chopin and Liszt

John Drummond looks at some famous pieces of piano music as windows into the world in which they were created. 3. Chopin and Liszt - The Romantics (RNZ)

1:40 PM. Between the Lines - written and read by Elisabeth Easther

Cass, a kiwi girl working in London thinks she has had a lucky break when she befriends some film producers. A comic tale about ambition set in the grimy world of the London movie business (3 of 5, RNZ)

2:05 PM. The Compass

Documentaries exploring our world (BBC)

3:04 PM. The 3 O'clock drama

The Russian Gambler by Dolya Gavanski. A brilliant, penniless musician gets a job as tutor to the young daughter of a Russian oligarch living in London and is sucked into the world of obsession and chance. A modern-day take on the original Dostoevsky story, ‘The Gambler’ (Part 2 of 2, Goldhawk)

4:06 PM. The Sunday Feature

Great Ideas: The Future of Work Megan Whelan leads a discussion with  Associate professor Stephen Neville, Professor Jarrod Haar and Associate Professor Dave Parry on the future of work - how will technology impact the work we do, and where we do it  (RNZ)

5:00 PM. The World at Five

A roundup of today’s news and sport.

5:10 PM. Heart and Soul

Iceland’s Dark Lullabies
Storyteller Andri Magnason seeks out the darkness of the Icelandic Christmas.  He  used to be terrified by his grandmother's Christmas tales of Gryla the 900-year-old child-eating hag and her 13 troll sons - the Yule Lads - who would come down from the mountains looking for naughty children in the warmth of their homes. These dark lullabies partly hark back to a pre-Christian Christmas when the Norse gods dominated peoples’ lives. As Iceland opens up to global influences after centuries of isolation, Andri travels from farmstead to lava field to find out how these traditions live on. (BBC)

6:06 PM. Encounters

Australian writer Charlotte Wood, author of 'The Natural Way of Things' in conversation with Kim Hill in August 2017 (RNZ)

7:05 PM. The TED Radio Hour

A crafted hour of ideas worth sharing presented by Guy Raz (NPR)

8:06 PM. Sunday Night

An evening of music and nostalgia with Grant Walker (RNZ)

10:00 PM. The 10 O'Clock Report

A roundup of today's news and sport.

10:12 PM. World Book Club Robert Harris – Imperium

In the elegant surroundings of Worcester College, Oxford, the hugely popular British author Robert Harris discusses Imperium,  the first of his bestselling Roman trilogy with Harriet Gilbert and an Oxford Literary Festival audience. The setting is Ancient Rome, a city teeming with ambitious and ruthless men, but none more brilliant than a rising young lawyer Marcus Cicero who decides to gamble all on one of the most dramatic courtroom battles of all time. Scrupulously researched and vividly imagined Imperium brings to life the cutthroat politics and the timeless pursuit of power as one man seeks to attain supreme authority within the state. (BBC)

11:04 PM. The Retro Cocktail Hour

An hour of music that's "shaken, not stirred" every week from the Underground Martini Bunker at Kansas Public Radio (KPR)

Monday 8 January 2018

12:04 AM. All Night Programme

Including: 12:05 Music after Midnight; 12:30 Health Check (BBC); 1:05 Poplars (RNZ); 2:06 Just One Thing: Miriama Mcdowell (RNZ); 2:30 NZ Music Feature: Anika Moa (RNZ); 3:05 Gods and Little Fishes by Bruce Ansley (1 of 5, RNZ); 3:30 Science in Action (BBC); 4:25 30 Years Pasifika Theatre (RNZ); 4:40 Lego Thinking (RNZ); 5:10 Witness (BBC); ​5:45: Allen Adair by Jane Mander (5 of 12, RNZ)

6:00 AM. Breakfast with Cynthia Morahan

An early miscellany of music, stories and random thoughts including: 
6:14 Witness: History as told by the people who were there (BBC)
6:35 One Quick Question: Rapid answers to listeners’ queries (RNZ)
6:45​ 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy: Public key cryptography Tim Harford tells the fascinating stories of 50 inventions, ideas and innovations which have helped create the economic world. (BBC)
7:10 Healthy or Hoax: Carol Hirschfeld looks at new fads and popular trends in food, exercise and leisure.  In this edition, she  samples  Floating Pods (5 of 6, RNZ)

8:00 AM. Summer Report with Alex Perrottet

An hour of summer news and information, including interviews with the newsmakers, plus sport, business, weather and features

9:06 AM. Summer Times with Megan Whelan

A holiday season of interviews, features, music and stories including at 10:30 The Halfmen of O by Maurice Gee, told by Lloyd Scott (RNZ)

Noon The World at Noon

A roundup of today's news and sport

12:12 PM. Worldwatch

The stories behind the international headlines

12:28 PM. Matinee Idle

An afternoon of alleged music and dubious entertainment with Phil O'Brien and Simon Morris (RNZ)

5:00 PM. Five O'Clock Report

A roundup of today's news and sport.

5:30 PM. Outspoken

Current affairs with RNZ's most experienced correspondents (RNZ)

6:06 PM. Encounters

Memorable exchanges from the past year on RNZ National 

UK Entrepreneur of the Year Sophie Unwin talks to Kathryn Ryan in May 2017 about  her  mission -  to ensure valuable repair skills are passed on before they - literally - die out.  She’s founded  Remakeries - places where people can go along and learn from those in the know how to mend furniture, clothes or their computers.

Retired IT manager and DNA sleuth Alice Plebuch talks to Jesse Mulligan in August 2017.

7:06 PM. Summer Science

Highlights from the world of science and the environment, with Our Changing World’s Alison Ballance, with new podcasts from University of Otago science communication students. (RNZ)

7:30 PM. The Secret Life of the Musical Saw

Karl Steven investigates the secret life of the most unlikely of instruments, the musical saw, speaking to New Zealand saw masters, trying to get some music out of a saw, and exploring the wild world of saw music and things that go "ooh" (RNZ) Listen to The Secret Life of the Musical Saw 

8:30 PM. Windows on the World

International public radio features and documentaries

9:30 PM. Insight

An award-winning documentary programme providing comprehensive coverage of national and international current affairs (RNZ)

10:00 PM. The 10 O'clock Report

A roundup of today's news and sport

10:10 PM. 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy

Public key cryptography: Tim Harford tells the fascinating stories of 50 inventions, ideas and innovations which have helped create the economic world. (BBC)

10:45 PM. For God's Sake Saddle Me A Donkey by Dinah Priestley

Part 10 - Mud Wallowers' Paradise: Dinah Priestley recalls how a small group of travelling New Zealanders came to dine with the Maharaja of Bharatpur (10 of 19, RNZ)

11:06 PM. Nashville Babylon

Wairarapa's Mark Rogers presents a selection of old and new music - the very best in alt.country, Americana and blues (Arrow FM)

Tuesday 9 January 2018

12:04 AM. All Night Programme

Including: 12:05 Music after Midnight; 12:30 Lifeafter (3 of 10, Panoply); 1:05 From The World (BBC); 2:05 Music Extra: Iron Maidens’Bruce Dickinson (RNZ) 3:05 Gods and Little Fishes by Bruce Ansley (2 of 5, RNZ); 3:30 Author’s View (RNZ); 4:25 Eyewitness (RNZ); 4:40 Life At the Top (RNZ); 5:10 Witness (BBC); ​5:45: Allen Adair by Jane Mander (6 of 12, RNZ)

6:00 AM. Breakfast with Paul Brennan

An early miscellany of music, stories and random thoughts including:
6:14 Witness: History as told by the people who were there (BBC)
6:35 One Quick Question: Rapid answers to listeners’ queries (RNZ)
6:45 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy: The Battery Tim Harford tells the fascinating stories of 50 inventions, ideas and innovations which have helped create the economic world. (BBC)
7:10 Healthy or Hoax: Carol Hirschfeld looks at new fads and popular trends in food, exercise and leisure.  In this edition, she delves into Milk Substitutes (4 of 6, RNZ)

8:00 AM. Summer Report with Alex Perrottet

An hour of summer news and information, including interviews with the newsmakers, plus sport, business, weather and features

9:06 AM. Summer Times with Megan Whelan

A holiday season of interviews, features, music and stories including at 10:30 The Halfmen of O by Maurice Gee, told by Lloyd Scott (RNZ)

12:12 PM. Worldwatch

The stories behind the international headlines

12:28 PM. Matinee Idle

An afternoon of alleged music and dubious entertainment with Phil O'Brien and Simon Morris (RNZ)

5:00 PM. Five O'Clock Report

A roundup of today's news and sport

5:30 PM. Outspoken

Current affairs with RNZ's most experienced correspondents (RNZ)

6:06 PM. Encounters

Memorable exchanges from the past year on RNZ National  

London-based author and scholar Kathryn Hughes talks to Kathryn Ryan in March 2017.

Comedian Robert Webb, author of the part-memoir part-manifesto 'How Not to Be A Boy' talks to with Jesse Mulligan in November 2017.

7:06 PM. Summer Science with Alison Ballance

Highlights from the world of science and the environment, with Our Changing World’s Alison Ballance, with new podcasts from University of Otago science communication students. (RNZ)

7:35 PM. The Sampler

Nick Bollinger reviews some of the latest music releases

8:30 PM. Windows on the World

International public radio features and documentaries

9:06 PM. The Tuesday Feature

Russia's Exit Dilemma
Stay or go? That's the choice facing Russia’s brightest and best. As the first generation born under Putin approaches voting age, many of Russia's young people are voting with their feet. Lucy Ash meets émigrés, exiles and staunch remainers in London and Berlin, Moscow and Saint Petersburg to weigh up the prospects for the ambitious in Putin's Russia (BBC)

10:00 PM. The 10 O'clock Report

A roundup of today's news and sport

10:30 PM. 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy

The Battery: Tim Harford tells the fascinating stories of 50 inventions, ideas and innovations which have helped create the economic world. (BBC)

10:45 PM. For God's Sake Saddle Me A Donkey by Dinah Priestley

Part 11 - Surviving the Klong: Dinah Priestley recalls how a small group of travelling New Zealanders came to dine with the Maharaja of Bharatpur (11 of 19, RNZ)

11:06 PM. Worlds of Music

Trevor Reekie hosts a weekly music programme celebrating an eclectic mix of 'world' music, fusion and folk roots (RNZ)

Wednesday 10 January 2018

12:04 AM. All Night Programme

Including: 12:06 Music after Midnight; 12:30 Insight (RNZ); 1:15 Country Life Story (RNZ); 2:05 The Forum (BBC); 3:05 Gods and Little Fishes by Bruce Ansley (3 of 5, RNZ); 3:30 Eyewitness (RNZ); 4:25 Clean Streams Project (RNZ); ​4:35  Andy Serkis Making Breathe (RNZ); 4:55 Book Review: Silent Companions (RNZ); 5:10 Witness (BBC); ​5:45: Allen Adair by Jane Mander (7 of 12, RNZ)

6:00 AM. Breakfast with Paul Brennan

An early miscellany of music, stories and random thoughts including: 
6:14 Witness: History as told by the people who were there (BBC)  
6:35 One Quick Question: Rapid answers to listeners’ queries (RNZ)
6:45 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy: The GramophoneTim Harford tells the fascinating stories of 50 inventions, ideas and innovations which have helped create the economic world.(BBC)
7:10 Healthy or Hoax Carol Hirschfeld looks at new fads and popular trends in food, exercise and leisure.  In this edition, hears about Raw Food (6 of 6, RNZ)

8:00 AM. Summer Report with Alex Perrottet

An hour of summer news and information, including interviews with the newsmakers, plus sport, business, weather and features

9:06 AM. Summer Times with Megan Whelan

A holiday season of interviews, features, music and stories including at 10:30 The Halfmen of O by Maurice Gee, told by Lloyd Scott (RNZ)

Noon The World at Noon

A roundup of today's news and sport

12:12 PM. Worldwatch

The stories behind the international headlines

12:28 PM. Matinee Idle

An afternoon of alleged music and dubious entertainment with Phil O'Brien and Simon Morris (RNZ)

5:00 PM. Five O'Clock Report

A roundup of today's news and sport

5:30 PM. Outspoken

Current affairs with RNZ's most experienced correspondents (RNZ)

6:06 PM. Encounters

Val McDermid  -a life of crime
The Scottish crime writer Val McDermid has sold more than 10 million copies of her books and her words have been translated into 30 languages. Wallace Chapman spoke to her on the release of her book 'Out of Bounds' in February 2017

Yusuf Islam: 'We need to communicate, we're social beings
Fifty years after his first album, Yusuf Islam – formerly Cat Stevens – brings his career full circle with 'The Laughing Apple'.  Islam speaks to Bryan Crump about the new album, his eventful life and his influences over the years.

7:06 PM. Summer Science

Science in Action: A BBC magazine of the week's science news (BBC)

7:30 PM. Cotton-Eyed Joe by Susy Pointon

Episode 3 read by Michele Amas
When 'The Sound of Music' hit New Zealand's  picture theatres in the 1960's  most girls were drawn on multiple times  but one  teenage musical rebel turns her back on Julie Andrews to seek out her local  blues haunts in the wrong part of town. (#3 of 4, RNZ) 

8:06 PM. Encountetrs

Dr Sharad Paul:Tailoring drugs & diet to your genes? It's already happening
Dr Sharad Paul talks about  how environments shape our genes; how genes affect the body's response to prescription drugs; and how we should eat according to our individual genetic codes.

8:30 PM. Windows on the World

International public radio features and documentaries

9:06 PM. Slice of Heaven

Why do we find immigration so tough to talk about? (3 of 4, RNZ) Slice of Heaven

10:00 PM. The 10 O'clock Report

A roundup of today's news and sport

10:30 PM. 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy

The Gramophone: Tim Harford tells the fascinating stories of 50 inventions, ideas and innovations which have helped create the economic world.(BBC)

10:45 PM. For God's Sake Saddle Me A Donkey by Dinah Priestley

Part 12 - Bound for Chittagong: Dinah Priestley recalls how a small group of travelling New Zealanders came to dine with the Maharaja of Bharatpur (12 of 19, RNZ)

11:06 PM. Inside Out with Nick Tipping

(RNZ)

Thursday 11 January 2018

12:04 AM. All Night Programme

Including: 12:05 Music after Midnight;  12:30 Discovery  (BBC); 1:05 Editing Our Genes (RNZ); 2:05 The Cultural Frontline (BBC); 3:05 Gods and Little Fishes by Bruce Ansley (4 of 5, RNZ); 3:30 NZ Books (RNZ);  4:30 History through the Piano5:10 Witness (BBC); ​5:45: Allen Adair by Jane Mander (8 of 12, RNZ)

6:00 AM. Breakfast with Paul Brennan

An early miscellany of music, stories and random thoughts including:
6:14 Witness: History as told by the people who were there (BBC)
6:35 One Quick Question: Rapid answers to listeners’ queries (RNZ)
6:45 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy: TV Dinner Tim Harford tells the fascinating stories of 50 inventions, ideas and innovations which have helped create the economic world. (BBC)
7:10 The Student Mini Doc:  Skin Deep by first-year students of the New Zealand Broadcasting School at Ara Institute of Canterbury

8:00 AM. Summer Report with Alex Perrottet

An hour of summer news and information, including interviews with the newsmakers, plus sport, business, weather and features

9:06 AM. Summer Times with Megan Whelan

A holiday season of interviews, features, music and stories including at 10:30 The Halfmen of O by Maurice Gee, told by Lloyd Scott (RNZ)

Noon The World at Noon

A roundup of today's news and sport

12:12 PM. Worldwatch

The stories behind the international headlines

12:28 PM. Matinee Idle

An afternoon of alleged music and dubious entertainment with Phil O'Brien and Simon Morris (RNZ)

5:00 PM. Five O'Clock Report

A roundup of today's news and sport

5:30 PM. Outspoken

Current affairs with RNZ's most experienced correspondents (RNZ)

6:06 PM. Encounters

Jennifer Breattp: 'ME is not about fatigue or tiredness'
Jennifer Brea was a 28-year-old freelance journalist pursuing her PhD at Harvard when she fell ill with a fever after a hiking trip to Kenya. When she later discovered she was suffering from ME, aka myalgic encephalomyelitis  (once called ‘chronic fatigue syndrome’) she began documenting her experience on her phone. And the recordings became the documentary film ‘Unrest'

David Benatar: Parenting a Procreational Ponzi Scheme
Anti-natalist philosopher David Benatar makes a case for the bad outweighing the good in his new book "The Human Predicament: A Candid Guide to Life's Biggest Questions". Life is an "affliction" he says so it's best not to have children.

7:06 PM. Summer Science with Alison Ballance

Highlights from the world of science and the environment, with Our Changing World’s Alison Ballance, with new podcasts from University of Otago science communication students. (RNZ)

7:30 PM. New Horizons

With music commentator and critic William Dart (RNZ)

8:06 PM. Encounters

John Maher - Buzzcockery photography
The drummer for the seminal punk band Buzzcocks, John Maher, joins Wallace to talk about his new life as a photographer. His work concentrates on the remote Scottish islands of the Outer Hebrides and the decay and loss of these eerie islands.

8:30 PM. Windows on the World

International public radio features and documentaries

10:00 PM. The 10 O'clock Report

A roundup of today's news and sport

10:30 PM. 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy

TV Dinner: Tim Harford tells the fascinating stories of 50 inventions, ideas and innovations which have helped create the economic world. (BBC)

10:45 PM. For God's Sake Saddle Me A Donkey by Dinah Priestley

Part 13 - East Pakistan: Dinah Priestley recalls how a small group of travelling New Zealanders came to dine with the Maharaja of Bharatpur (13 of 19, RNZ)

11:06 PM. The Music 101 Pocket Edition

Music, interviews, live performances, behind the scenes, industry issues, career profiles, new, back catalogue, undiscovered, greatest hits, tall tales - with a focus on New Zealand/Aotearoa (RNZ)

Friday 12 January 2018

12:04 AM. All Night Programme

Including: 12:05 Music after Midnight; 12:30 Black Sheep (RNZ); 1:05 The Friday Feature (BBC); 2.05; The Long Way Home (RNZ); 2:30 The Sampler (RNZ); 3:05 Gods and Little Fishes by Bruce Ansley (5 of 5, RNZ); 3:30 The Why Factor (BBC); 4:25 Eyewitness (RNZ); 4:35 Health Camps (RNZ); 4:55 Book Review: Tinderbox (RNZ); 5:10 Witness (BBC); ​5:45: Allen Adair by Jane Mander (9 of 12, RNZ)

6:00 AM. Breakfast with Cynthia Morahan

An early miscellany of music, stories and random thoughts including:
6:14 Witness History as told by the people who were there (BBC)
6:35 One Quick Question: Rapid answers to listeners’ queries (RNZ)
6:45 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy: The Contraceptive Pill Tim Harford tells the fascinating stories of 50 inventions, ideas and innovations which have helped create the economic world (BBC)
7:10 The Student Mini Doc: Music and The Blind by first-year students of the New Zealand Broadcasting School at Ara Institute of Canterbury

8:00 AM. Summer Report with Alex Perrottet

An hour of summer news and information, including interviews with the newsmakers, plus sport, business, weather and features

9:06 AM. Summer Times with Megan Whelan

A holiday season of interviews, features, music and stories including at 10:30 The Halfmen of O by Maurice Gee, told by Lloyd Scott (RNZ)

Noon The World at Noon

A roundup of today's news and sport

12:12 PM. Worldwatch

The stories behind the international headlines

12:28 PM. Matinee Idle

An afternoon of alleged music and dubious entertainment with Phil O'Brien and Simon Morris (RNZ)

5:00 PM. Five O'Clock Report

A roundup of today's news and sport

5:30 PM. Outspoken

Current affairs with RNZ's most experienced correspondents (RNZ)

6:06 PM. Encounters

Memorable exchanges from the past year on RNZ National (RNZ)

7:06 PM. Summer Science

CrowdScience: Dogs have been living and working with humans for thousands of years. But they’re much more than just pets. As any dog owner will tell you, the bond we have with our canine friends is often so strong that they feel more like family. So how is it that dogs have come to fit so seamlessly into human life?

8:06 PM. The Compass

On the Black Sea #3:  Black Sea Truckers
Black Sea truckers are a tough bunch. Driving thousands of miles through Europe, the Caucasus and eastwards to China, they transport everything from biscuits to fridges to pigs. Tim Whewell joins them on board the huge Black Sea ferry that connects these places, sailing from Odessa to Batumi in Georgia. . (BBC)


8:30 PM. Spotlight

The NZ Music Scene (RNZ)

9:06 PM. The Best of Country Life

Memorable scenes, people and places in rural New Zealand (RNZ)

10:00 PM. The 10 O'clock Report

A roundup of today's news and sport

10:30 PM. 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy

The Contraceptive Pill: Tim Harford tells the fascinating stories of 50 inventions, ideas and innovations which have helped create the economic world (BBC)

10:45 PM. For God's Sake Saddle Me A Donkey by Dinah Priestley

Part 14 - Losing Ones Rag: Dinah Priestley recalls how a small group of travelling New Zealanders came to dine with the Maharaja of Bharatpur (14 of 19, RNZ)

11:06 PM. The Mixtape

Musical guests compile a C60 and talk us through their selections. Today's selector is Christchurch's Gemma Syme from RDU 98.5 FM. (RNZ)

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