7:12 What does Transition Engineering look like?

Our Transition Engineering expert, Professor Susan Krumdiek from the University of Canterbury joins us once again.  Tonight she asks what does Transition Engineering look like? What needs to be innovated, re-designed, re-developed, re-generated and how that could be done starting now?

Woman engineer or architect with white safety hat and wind turbines on background

Photo: Supplied

7:30 Song Crush

Tony Stamp is joined by Midday Report presenter Māni Dunlop, and Gussie Larkin from the bands Earth Tongue and Mermaidens.  Together they discuss Taylor Swift's new indie excursion, The Avalanches collaboration with the singer formerly known as Terence Trent  D'arby, grime artist Novelist, and more.   

No caption

Photo: RNZ / Pinky Fang

8:10 Bedtime Stories

We delve into the RNZ storytime website to bring you a little bedtime story every Tuesday just after 8.

Storytime is RNZ's collection of free children's audio books

Storytime is RNZ's collection of free children's audio books Photo: SCREENSHOT

8:15 Dateline Pacific

No caption

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 comfort food really comfort us? It's something many of us intuitively believe, but it's not always that simple.

Portrait of young woman, outdoors, eating chips, Bristol, UK

Photo: Matt Lincoln 2016

9:07 Smart Talk

The last of our series of highlights of the 2020 New Zealand Festival Writers' programme.  Meng Foon talks with author Chris McDowall, and contributors Nadine Anne Hura and Veronika Meduna about the  book We are Here - an Atlas of Aoteaorea.

Veronika Meduna, Nadine Anne Hura, Chris McDowall

Veronika Meduna, Nadine Anne Hura, Chris McDowall Photo: NZ Festival of the Arts

9:40 Yacht KiwiDream

Alan Forrest and the crew of KiwiDream have been in South America for a number of months but are now making their way across the Pacific Ocean back to New Zealand. You can track their progress here.

10:17 Lately

No caption

Photo: RNZ

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 Worlds of Music

After 11, on Worlds of Music, Trevor Reekie features  an interview with Dr. Lloyd Miller, an American jazz musician and Ethnomusicologist who has spent much of his life living in Iran. Over his career he has extensively researched Persian and Afghan music. In an interview recorded in 2010 Miller talks about his lifetime in Oriental Jazz and living in semi-obscurity. 

Dr Lloyd Miller  - A lifetime in Oriental Jazz

Dr Lloyd Miller - A lifetime in Oriental Jazz Photo: photo by Richard Stucki