7:10 Mt John to Star Wobbles

How being a student at Mt John Observatory set Prof. Gerry Gilmore on a path to be an Experimental Philosopher in an Institute of Astronomy, studying the delicate wobbles of stars and being part of the Gaia spacecraft mission.

7:30 At the Movies

Films and movie business with Simon Morris.

8:10 Windows on the World

International public radio documentaries - visit the Windows on the World web page to find links to these documentaries.

8:40 Hip hop

University of Auckland ethnomusicologist Dr Kirsten Zemke raps about hip hop music and culture. Latin hip hop.

9:06 Our Changing World

Science and environment news from New Zealand and the world.

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 Iggy & The Stooges: Raw Power

This radio special pays tribute to new Rock & Roll Hall of Fame members, Iggy & the Stooges, and their 1973 album, Raw Power.  Jon Langford (The Mekons, Waco Brothers) hosts this four part series on how this seminal album was made, and how it influenced future generations of punk rockers.

Includes interview clips from three Stooges - Iggy Pop, James Williamson and Sott Asheton and others influenced by them, between tracks like "Search and Destroy," "Gimme Danger" and others from the original album as well as previously unheard outtakes and live recordings.

Like the classic quote about the Velvet Underground, it didn’t sell many records at the time, but everyone who bought one started a band.  We hear from three such people -  Henry Rollins (Black Flag / Rollins Band), Mike Watt (Minutemen / Firehose) and Johnny Marr (Smiths / Modest Mouse / 7 Worlds Collide) , who each count this record as a major influence on their own legendary musical careers.  Noted music photographer Mick Rock is also interviewed. (Joyride Media)