7:12  Songs of the Spirit.
Methodist lay-preacher John Thornley with the next part of his series exploring the spiritual side of songs. In this episode, Promised Land by Chuck Berry.



7:30  At The Movies

On At The Movies, Simon Morris goes to the sequel to the classic Blade Runner - 30 years later.   He also reviews the rather smaller Final Portrait, directed by Stanley Tucci, and Another Mother's Son, the often forgotten story of the Nazi occupation of the Channel Islands.

8:12 India

Bangalore based author and journalist Shoba Narayan joins us with an update from India.

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8:30 Great Ideas

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Megan Whelan leads a panel of experts as they discuss the future of communication -what we'll be talking about, how we'll be talking, and what language we'll be talking in, and what devices we will be using to do all that.

9:07 The Drama Hour

9:07 Episode 3 of 'LifeAfter' by Mack Rogers

FBI Clerical worker, Ross Barnes is under increasing pressure. He desperately wants to hear the voice-posts his dead wife made on a social media website. But there's a price to pay. He will have to help the website spy on the FBI.  That's in our serial  'LifeAfter'  following the news at 9.

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9:45 Part three of Kate de Goldi's 'The 10pm Question'

Only Ma listens patiently to 12 year old Frankie's 10 p.m. anxieties. But of course, it is Ma who is the cause of the most worrying question of all, the one that Frankie can never bring himself to ask.

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.

This week Nick celebrates the 100th birthday of one of jazz's most unique and influential figures, Thelonious Monk, with selections including "Straight No Chaser", "Pannonica", and "Monk's Dream".