7:12 Cultural Ambassador - Planet Adolescent

Charlie Cuff joins us once again from Nelson with his take on the climate change strikes some of the plans the younger generation have to tackle the problem.

Charlie Cuff with his home-built computer.

Charlie Cuff with his home-built computer. Photo: Tim Cuff www.timcuff.com

7:35 New Horizons

In this week's New Horizons, William Dart goes back half-a-century to perhaps the most celebrated of all festivals, Woodstock, and features a new 10-CD set called Back to the Garden.

Part of the crowd on the first day of the Woodstock Festival.

Part of the crowd on the first day of the Woodstock Festival. Photo: CC-AS 3.0 Derek Redmond and Paul Campbell

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

The Brazilian Butt Lift or as it's more commonly known, the BBL, is one of the most dangerous cosmetic procedures in the world but that hasn't stopped it becoming one of the most requested procedures. Posts on this type of cosmetic surgery are all over social media which show before and after photos to portray this popular body type. Tonight's Window on the World follows one woman considering a BBL. But before she makes a decision, she speaks to social media influencers, her close friends and medical professionals who help guide her through her choice.

La Nymphe by Aristide Maillol (Tuileries)

La Nymphe by Aristide Maillol (Tuileries) Photo: Coyau / Wikimedia Commons

9:07 Our Changing World

This week on Our Changing World, Victoria University of Wellington researcher Daniel Donoghue wonders whether screen time can help kaka learn new skills faster, and Professor Allan Blackman investigates strontium in the Elemental podcast.

Daniel Donoghue next to his 'drop-in' kākā feeding station at Zealandia.

Daniel Donoghue next to his 'drop-in' kākā feeding station at Zealandia. Photo: RNZ / Alison Ballance

9:30 Halloween Traditions

Dr Lorna Piatti-Farnell Associate Professor of Popular Media and Cultural History at AUT is here to tell us about Halloween Traditions.

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Photo: Daniel Maclise [Public domain]

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

In this week's Pocket Edition Music 101 host Charlotte Ryan speaks Seth Haapu. Delaney Davidson pops in for a live session and Tony Stamp speaks with brothers Te Omaka and Isaiah Perkins from reggae band House of Shem.

House of Shem

House of Shem Photo: Supplied