7:07 Sonic Tonic
Music with magic and mischief spun into a surreal sensation of mayhem and maybe magnificence.

7:45 The Why Factor
The Why Factor explores Statues and why we put people on pedestals.  For thousands of years mankind has erected pillars of public art. Statues exist across almost every culture. To some they pay homage to gods, to others they are attempts at immortalising man. Their toppling has become a symbol of regime change. They are worshipped and prayed to, idolised and in some cases despised. They are a unique art form that has seemingly never gone out of vogue.

8:12 Nights' Sport - Quiddich
Muggle Emma Humphrey explains the magical but very real sport of Quiddich.

9:07 Country Life
New Zealand could find jobs for 100 rural GPs tomorrow.  In fact 60 percent of our rural medical workforce graduated overseas. What's being done to lure doctors away from the city lights? Also, we find out what happens when you cross beef cows with North American bison.

10:17 Late Edition
A round up of today's RNZ News and feature interviews as well as Date Line Pacific from RNZ International.

11:07 The Friday Finale
For NZ Music Month, Music101 invited guests to compile a C60 of local sounds, and talk us through their selections. This week David Ridler, NZ on Air's new head of music sits down with Kirsten Johnstone.


Music played in this show

Artist:  Nancy Sinatra         
Song:  Friday's Child

Artist:  Goldspot      
Song:  Friday

Artist:  Ice Cube      
Song:  Friday

Artist:  Them
Song:  Friday's Child

Artist:  Rebecca Black
Song:  Friday

Artist:  Dead Kennedys     
Song:  Stealing People's Mail

Artist:  David Bowie
Song:  Friday On My Mind

Artist:  Nouvelle Vague
Song:  Friday Night, Saturday morning

Artist:  Love and Kisses
Song:  Thank God It's Friday