7:12 The history of colour

David Coles will be talking to us about the History of Colour and how he came to create oil paint. 

From cow's urine to beatle's blood - the ingredients that are used to make oil paint and weird and equally wonderful. 

In  David Coles exhibition 'Chromotopia' he tracks the history of over 200 pigments - some deadly, some revolting, and some so rare and expensive they are no longer in circulation. 


7:30  At The Movies

On At The Movies, Simon Morris looks at the new Scarlett Johanssen comedy Rough Night, and two films "based on real life" - Churchill, which covers Winston Churchill's state of mind in the days leading up to D Day, and All Eyez On Me - the life and times of rapper Tupac Shakur.

8:12 Rehab under the bonnet 

Taking apart cars is helping men and women overcome disabilities incurred through stroke, such as loss of muscle control, coordination, and concentration, as well as speech impairment and memory loss. Sara Joice is on the show to talk about her latest project which uses cars to restore motor skills. 


Members of the Four Stroke Engine Club at Manfeild, with Dr Sara Joice (fifth from left)

Members of the Four Stroke Engine Club at Manfeild, with Dr Sara Joice (fifth from left) Photo: Supplied

8:30 Flying Solo

In tonight's podcast feature Lynda Chanwai-Earle brings us Flying Solo - true stories of what it takes to raise children on your own in New Zealand. In the second episode Lynda Chanwai-Earle meets one of the minorities; Pakeha solo-dad Warren, as he tackles with humour co-parenting through two separations, a child with depression, drugs, alcohol and more!

9:07 The Drama Hour

We'll have part 8 in the saga of Tumanbay just after  the news at 9 next Wednesday night here on RNZ National.
And in case you were wondering -  we do not have the rights to post Tuman Bay on our website.

10:17 Late Edition

A round up of today's RNZ News and feature interviews as well as Dateline Pacific from RNZ International,

11:07 Inside Out

Nick Tipping hosts a journey through the jazz spectrum playing favourites, standards and new releases along the way.