7:12 What would a Feminist Foreign Policy look like?

 Lyric Thompson, director of policy and advocy at the International Centre for Research on Women in Washington DC.

Lyric Thompson, director of policy and advocy at the International Centre for Research on Women in Washington DC. Photo: Supplied ICRW.com

When it comes to global leadership trends - the man with the big ego appears to be back.

Given that trend it's interesting there have also been moves to foster a more feminist approach to foreign policy.

France wants to foster this during their stint as the nation presiding over the G7 group of big industrial powers.

Sweden already claims to have a feminist foreign policy.

Lyric Thompson, director of policy and advocacy at the International Centre for Research on Women in Washington DC join us to talk about what this approach might look like.

7:35 Not Your Average Cricket Show

What a difference a week makes! Last Monday, the New Zealand cricket team were unbeaten at the ICC World Cup and top of the points table. One week later…not so much, with two losses in two games. Here to make sense of it all and point the way forward - maybe - is RNZ's Justin Gregory with the latest episode of Not Your Average Cricket Show.

Australia's Mitchell Starc (R) celebrates with teammates after taking the wicket of New Zealand's captain Kane Williamson (L) for 40 during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between New Zealand and Australia at Lord's Cricket Ground in London

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8:05 Matariki Stories

Rangi Matamua, Maori Astronomer and Professor at the University of Waikato.

Rangi Matamua, Maori Astronomer and Professor at the University of Waikato. Photo: Supplied Spark NZ

We continue with our series of  Matariki Stories which introduce us to a different star every night.

The stories have been developed by Maori Astronomer, Rangi Matamua, Professor at the University of Waikato and Spark and are narrated by Radio presenter, Stacey Morrison, Te Karere host, Scotty Morrison and tikanga expert, Rhonda Tibble.

Tonight we have the story of Ururangi

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

Afghan cricketer, Rashid Khan discusses what it means to be Afghan in the twenty first century, and to be a refugee so close to home.

Charles Amini Junior was able to spend time with Afghanistan star Rashid Khan.

Charles Amini Junior was able to spend time with Afghanistan star Rashid Khan. Photo: Adelaide Strikers

9:10 Nights Sport

Dana Johannsen is our sportscaster tonight.

9:30 Insight

Another chance to hear again the Insight that won best documentary for 2019 at the Radio Awards, Teresa Cowie's investigation into the impact of meth-use on our prisons and the inmates.

New York Radio awards

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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 Nashville Babylon

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On this week's Nashville Babylon Mark Rogers pays tribute to legendary New Orleans songwriter and producer Dave Bartholomew who died last week, aged 100. There's also new music from Carwyn Ellis and Kim Lenz, anniversary tracks for Robert Johnson, Nick Drake and Willie Dixon plus tour news from New Zealand's Emily Fairlight.

Emily Fairlight

Emily Fairlight Photo: Supplied.