7:06 Sonic Tonic

8:10 Me Kōrero - Savings Pools

When a group of people get together and boost their purchasing power without incurring the interest costs they would otherwise pay over a lifetime, Phil Stevens, chair of Living Economies explains savings pools.

8:25 Music Feature - Stages: Barrytown Hall

In Stages, Anthonie Tonnon visits New Zealand's most talked about places to see music, from big city institutions to port town oddities and near-mythical stages in the bush. While on a long summer tour this year, Tonnon met the organisers and audience members that keep our stages running, and collected stories from the bands who travel to play them.

The Barrytown Hall on the South Island's West Coast has been hosting bands since the early '70s, fuelling demand from a migration of alternative lifestylers. Its allure among musicians has seen it visited by international legends like Fugazi and Townes Van Zandt, as well as providing an early touring stop for New Zealand bands, from Blerta to Trinity Roots and The Mint Chicks..

9:06 Country Life

Rural news and features.

10:17 Late Edition

A review of the leading news from Morning Report, Nine to Noon, Afternoons and Checkpoint. Also hear the latest news from around the Pacific on Radio New Zealand International's Dateline Pacific.

11:06 The Nerve - Music and the Human Experience

Sentimental Journey (Music and Emotion) (F, CBC)