Lately for Friday 27 September 2019
10.20PM Thousands of Strike 4 Climate protestors march throughout New Zealand
Tens of thousands of school students marched around the country at more than 40 events organised for New Zealand's third School Strike 4 Climate today.
Thousands of adults joined in to be part of the international movement that has been sparked by Greta Thunberg.
For many the Pacific Islands represent ground-zero in the fight against climate change.
Seventeen year old Saiaisi Piita marched along Queen Street to the rally at Aotea Square with her family, and she talks to Karyn about her first experience of public protest.
10.30PM Out Lately: Finn Johannson's whirlaround from Wellington
Finn Johannson joins us with a preview of two new music selections on Out Lately.
Tonight he features the front person of Alabama Shakes, Brittany Howard, who's debut solo album is a tribute to her sister.
Finn follows up with Blankenship from indie rockers DIIV and their third album Deceiver due out next week.
10.45PM WoW: Lynn Freeman announces the World of Wearable Arts 2019 Winners
Described as part Cirque du Soleil, part Broadway play and part avant-garde couture show, the World of WearableArt Awards Show opened last night and tonight is the awards announcement.
RNZ's Lynn Freeman from Standing Room Only is there for tonight's performance and awards, and will join Karyn from the Wellington studios to announce the winners for 2019.