7:12 Jane Goodall

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Photo: supplied The Jane Goodall Institute New Zealand

Dame Jane Goodall, primatologist and anthropologist who's work changed the way we view one of our closest relations in the animal kingdom, and to some extent how we view ourselves as humans, is coming to New Zealand for a short speaking tour called Rewind the Future.

7:35 After March 15

Thousands turned out for the Christchurch remembrance service for the mosque attacks.

Thousands turned out for the Christchurch remembrance service for the mosque attacks. Photo: RNZ / Claire Eastham-Farrelly

The latest episode from the podcast Series produced each week since the March 15th' Terror attacks by Plains FM in Christchurch.  Tonight a long-time leader in the migrant community, talks about some of the history and challenges of one of the most diverse Muslim communities in the world and we hear about some of the research conducted immediately after the attacks.

8:10 The Best of the Biennale.

Lynn Freeman has been at the Venice Biennale and joins us to talk about her highlights.

8:15 Dateline Pacific

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Photo: RNZ

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

Does a second feel the same for a fly, a bird, or a swordfish, as it does for me? Geoff Marsh drills into the science of time perception within and between species.

9:10 Nights Sport

Dana Johannsen is this week's sportscaster.

9:30 Insight

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Photo: RNZ Insight/Teresa Cowie

 Forget me not: The tangles of new love and dementia.

10:17 Lately

Emile Donovan keeps you up to date if you're up late.

11:07 Nashville Babylon

On tonight's show Mark spins new music from the Felice Brothers and JJ Cale, plays classic swamp rock courtesy of Dale Hawkins and Bobby Charles and drops a birthday tune for legendary producer Bob Johnston.