7:10 Jason Stanley: Modern Propaganda

How propaganda insidiously works, even within liberal democracies, with Professor Jason Stanley, of the Philosophy Department at Yale University. Jason is the author of How Propaganda Works.

7:30 Spectrum: The Tin Man of Tirau

Lisa Thompson heads to the South Waikato to meet Steven and Sheryn Clothier, the couple responsible for many of Tirau's corrugated creations.

8:10 Windows on the World: Time Noodles

The art of live comedy in Japan, where the emphasis is on sitting down rather than standing up.

8:40 The World at Night: Uganda

Uganda's Daily Monitor journalist Tabu Butagira reports on the Republic of Uganda where it's presidential election season. Bryan asks Tabu if the result is likely to be any different to that of all presidential elections since 1986: a win for Yoweri Museveni.

9:07 The Wednesday Drama: The Buzz and Poutama

Another drama hour of two halves. Blackboard comedy first, then tattoo studio drama.

10:17 Late Edition

A review of the 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.

11:07 Night Lights Classic Jazz: The Charles Lloyd Quartet

As rock music ascended during the 1960s, jazz seemed to split into two camps which one journalist tagged “heard-it-all-before verses never-want-to-hear-it-again.” The tenor saxophonist and flutist Charles Lloyd formed a quartet that found  favour with young audiences and helped inspire the jazz fusion Miles Davis and others would begin to explore as the decade ended.