7:12 Going Back to The Moon

Emeline Paat-Dalstrom, co-founder of SpaceBase joins us once again.  Tonight she takes a look at efforts to get humans back to the moon.

The first full moon of summer 2021, also known as the Strawberry Moon, the last supermoon of 2021 as seen in the Greek sky in Thessaloniki, Greece on June 24, 2021. (Photo by Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto) (Photo by Nicolas Economou / NurPhoto / NurPhoto via AFP)

Photo: Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto

7:35 Day of the Dead Traditions

Lorna Piatti-Farnell, Professor of Film and Popular Culture at Auckland University of Technology joins once again - this time she'll be taking a look at All Souls and the Day of the Dead? 

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 02: A view of the atmosphere at Dia De Los Muertos at Hollywood Forever on November 02, 2019 in Hollywood, California.   Emma McIntyre/Getty Images/AFP (Photo by Emma McIntyre / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Getty Images via AFP)

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8:10 Stuff the British Stole 

Throughout its reign, the British Empire stole a lot of stuff. Today those objects are housed in genteel institutions across the UK and the world. Marc Fennell Australian journalist, and host of SBS's The Feed joins us to talk about his new podcast "Stuff The British Stole"

Stuff The British Stole

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8:15 Pacific Waves

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Koroi Hawkins presents a daily current affairs programme that delves deeper into the major stories of the week, through a Pacific lens, and shines a light on issues affecting Pacific people wherever they are in the world.

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8:30 Window on The World 

Road and Direction Signs that connect to a mobile phone app, which then reads the information out loud, are appearing in some cities. The technology is designed to help blind and visually impaired people find their way around more easily. People Fixing the World puts the system to the test to see how well it works and finds out what else they're being used for.

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9:07 Our Changing World

This week on Our Changing World, Damian Christie speaks to three scientists about the world of data and asks whether the pandemic has changed public perception and knowledge about how data and modelling work.  

Coronavirus research, conceptual illustration. (Photo by SERGII IAREMENKO/SCIENCE PHOTO L / SIA / Science Photo Library via AFP)


9:30 Overseas Correspondent - Estonia

Siulver Tambur joins us on the line from Tallinn

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10:17 Late Edition

Bryan Crump presents all the breaking news, a little analysis of the stories of the moment, and some highlights of the day on RNZ National.

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10:18 New law requires companies to reveal assets at climate risk

New Zealand is the first country in the world to pass a law that forces financial organisations to disclose and act on climate-related risks. The Bill requires around 200 of the largest financial market players and will put climate harm at the centre of their business decision-making.  The Minister for Climate Change, James Shaw explains why New Zealand is first with this legislation.

James Shaw

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10:30 The Nelson Market is back!
The heart of Nelson springs back into life with the market opening  just in time for the holiday weekend.  Its been closed for ten weeks and owner Nita Knight says she hopes it draws people back into the heart of town.

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11:07 Music 101 pocket edition

After 11, Yadana Saw brings us this week's Music 101 Pocket Edition - Luke Buda takes Charlotte Ryan through his latest solo album and Adam McGrath of The Eastern talks to the power of live music and coming together. 

Adam McGrath performing Bob Dylan's 'Political World' live at the Wine Cellar

Adam McGrath performing Bob Dylan's 'Political World' live at the Wine Cellar Photo: Supplied