7:12 Growing up Christian and gay

Wez Van Der Linde grew up with a strong christian faith, he struggled with his homosexuality as well. 

He's still Christian, and he's still gay, and he wrote a book about his personal battle with the line between religion and acceptance of his sexuality. 

7:35 New Horizons

William Dart rejoices in a comeback album from American group Grandaddy and their main man Jason Lytle’s self-confessed addiction to song-writing.

8:12 Nights' Culture - Dance

Toi Whakaari movement tutor and founding dancer, choreographer and artistic director of Limbs Dance Company Chris Jannides and his guest Michael Parmenter.

8:30 Window on the World

Early in 2011 millions of protesters took to the streets across the Arab world to demand greater freedom and an end to corruption.  Long-standing authoritarian leaders in Egypt and Tunisia were swept from power. Syrians hoped their country would be the next to bring in a new government to deliver political reform but there was no simple overthrow and a bloody war ensued.

9:07 Our Changing World

The New Zealand storm petrel is our smallest seabird. It was thought to be extinct - until 2003, when it was dramatically rediscovered. Since its breeding grounds were finally discovered on Hauturu / Little Barrier Island in 2013, the Northern New Zealand Seabird Trust has been trying to find out more about this enigmatic bird. Alison Ballance seabird experts joins Alan Tennyson, Megan Friesen and others for a spot of night work, and is with them when they make an exciting discovery.

9:30 This Way Up

This Way Up highlights now and city bike sharing schemes, and a pedal with a different kind of bike gang. 

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 Music 101 pocket edition

In the Music 101 Pocket Edition, Yadana Saw and Nick Bollinger speak with one of Living Colour, Sam Wicks checks in with fellow ex-pat Melburnian Jon Toogood and Tony Stamp is on the phone to Future Islands' frontman Samuel Herring In Nights with…after the 11 o'clock news