7:12 Overseas Correspondent - Canada

Peggy Revel joins us from Medicine Hat in Alberta with the latest from Canada.  She discusses the Toronto mass killing, the Humboldt crash and cannabis legalisation.

7:35 New Horizons

In New Horizons, William Dart reflects on Auckland Arts Festival's recent tribute concert to singer-songwriter Mahinaarangi Tocker, who died 10 years ago this month.

Mahinaarangi Tocker performs at WOMAD Taranaki, New Zealand, 2003

Mahinaarangi Tocker performs at WOMAD Taranaki, New Zealand, 2003 Photo: © Robert Catto / robertcatto.com

8:10 Night Mail

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8:15 Dateline Pacific

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RNZ Pacific's daily current affairs programme covering the major Pacific stories of the week, with background and reaction from the people making the news.

8:30 Window on the World

While we generally conduct our real-life interactions with strangers with politeness and respect, online, we can be horrible. But it was our human ability to communicate ideas across networks of people that enabled us to so successfully solve life's challenges up until now so do we now have a problem?
Our Window on the World tonight begins a two part  BBC World Service  series looking at  how we cooperate today and why it can go wrong when we communicate online.

9:07 Our Changing World

Archaeologist Dilys Johns with polyethylene glycol, known as PEG, which is used to replace the water in waterlogged artefacts.

Archaeologist Dilys Johns with polyethylene glycol, known as PEG, which is used to replace the water in waterlogged artefacts. Photo: RNZ / Alison Ballance

This week on Our Changing World, an archaeologist who specialises in 'wet organics', which means conserving waterlogged items such as ancient waka. And a quirky nature fact about the dentition of a small wallaby.

The 'wet organics' conservation laboratory at the University of Auckland houses three specially built tanks for treating waterlogged artefacts made from wood or fibre.

The 'wet organics' conservation laboratory at the University of Auckland houses three specially built tanks for treating waterlogged artefacts made from wood or fibre. Photo: RNZ / Alison Ballance

9:30 This Way Up

A cross-section of Upside’s engineered skin product, PelliCel® with immunohistochemical stains showing the top layer, epidermis in red and the lower, dermal layer in blue. (Supplied)

A cross-section of Upside’s engineered skin product, PelliCel® with immunohistochemical stains showing the top layer, epidermis in red and the lower, dermal layer in blue. (Supplied) Photo: Supplied

This Way Up visits a local startup that has developed a new way to grow human skin in the lab and they go inside the world of one the country's most hated introduced pests, the wasp, with entomologist Phil Lester.

10:17 Lately

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Lately with Karyn Hay is a late night radio show on RNZ National, with an eye on live events, an ear for music, a great sense of humour and a genuine interest in people and their stories.

11:07 Music 101 pocket edition

RNZ's Alex Behan and Kimbra

RNZ's Alex Behan and Kimbra Photo: RNZ / Claire Eastham-Farrelly

In this week's Pocket Edition, Alex Behan sits down Kimbra upon the release of her new LP. And boys Tony Stamp and Sam McCarthy talk about the latter's musical moniker - Boy Boy

Sam McCarthy AKA Boyboy

Sam McCarthy AKA Boyboy Photo: supplied