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Nights with Bryan Crump

RNZ New Zealand

Tune in for the week-nightly voyage of attitude, longitude and latitude... Unfurling fresh ideas and sounds along with the best radio documentaries and features from here and overseas.

Tune in for the week-nightly voyage of attitude, longitude and latitude... Unfurling fresh ideas and sounds along with the best radio documentaries and features from here and overseas.
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Location:

Wellington, United States

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Tune in for the week-nightly voyage of attitude, longitude and latitude... Unfurling fresh ideas and sounds along with the best radio documentaries and features from here and overseas.

Twitter:

@RNZNights

Language:

English

Contact:

+64 (0)4 474 1469


Episodes

Nights' Culture - Dance

4/19/2018
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Body movements, usually to music - with Chris Jannides, Toi Whakaari movement tutor and founding dancer, choreographer and artistic director of Limbs Dance Company.

Duration:00:19:01

Edible Weeds : Julia Sitch

4/18/2018
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Our investigation of weeds this autumn continues with Julia Sitch telling us which weeds you can have with your dinner.

Duration:00:25:07

Nights Science

4/17/2018
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Prof. Shaun Hendy director of Te Punaha Matatini at the University of Auckland joins us again - tonight he's looking at how the thermal radiation absorbed by CO2 and other greenhouse gases gets transferred to the rest of the atmosphere?

Duration:00:17:29

Nights Sport

4/16/2018
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Dana Johansen joins us from around the corner from Eden Park. In her sights this week are the Commonwealth Games, the Silver Ferns and the Black Sticks.

Duration:00:19:20

The World's Din

4/16/2018
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New Zealanders started hearing things in new ways when new audio technologies arrived from overseas in the late 19th century. From the first public demonstration of a phonograph in a Blenheim hall in 1879, people were exposed to a succession of machines that captured, stored and transmitted sounds through radio, cinema and recordings.

Duration:00:27:54

Something For The Weekend

4/13/2018
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This week's something for the weekend involves a lot of brass and ambasshore.. The New Zealand Army Band has two gigs on - tomorrow and Sunday - in Wellington. I promised you we'd try to squeeze as many members of the band into the studio we've got six lead by Major Graham Hickman:

Duration:00:13:59

Nights Ambassador

4/12/2018
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Palmerston North raised journalist Motoko Kakubayashi now resides in Tokyo and joins us to talk about the widening child poverty gap in the country and how scammers in Japan have come up with new ways to trick people into giving up their money or their credit cards.

Duration:00:16:56

Thank You Very Mulch!

4/11/2018
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Paul McLaren joins us to talk about how to make the most of mulch.

Duration:00:25:15

Medium Density Housing

4/10/2018
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With New Zealand cities increasingly coming under pressure as growing numbers wish to live in urban areas, medium density housing is a concept gaining momentum globally and provides a solution to the space problem facing the world's largest cities. Tonight we host a special panel Discussion ahead of the ADNZ Medium Density Housing Summit.

Duration:00:38:10

Nights Pundit Damien Fenton

4/10/2018
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Military Historan, Damien Fenton is in the studio to talk about the first two German Spring Offensives - Operations 'Michael' and 'Mars'.

Duration:00:18:11

Nights Sport

4/9/2018
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Peter Lampp us for a look at the Commonwealth Games, New Zealand netball and childhood obesity.

Duration:00:19:29

Hot, Hot Summer

4/9/2018
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Dr Sam Dean NIWA's Chief Scientist for Climate, Atmosphere and Hazards joins us to talk about the science of our long hot summer.

Duration:00:39:48

Something for The Weekend

4/6/2018
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We talk to the organisers of this years Northland Car Clubs

Duration:00:13:14

Nights Cultural Ambassador

4/5/2018
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This week's ambassador is a cultural one - from the world of techno music - Paul Berrington a k a DJ below. This week we'll be talking about a term entitled "French touch", which refers to a period from about 1997 onward where French producers/DJs influenced by the American house music we've referenced in the previous show took up the mantle, delivering a hugely popular sub-genre from which the likes of Daft Punk, Cassius and Laurent Garnier found much fame, both in the underground scene...

Duration:00:21:45

What's My Weed?

4/4/2018
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Colin Meurk is back by popular demand to identify your weeds and to talk about RNZ Nights NatureWatch project.

Duration:00:24:41

Nights Science-Toxicology

4/3/2018
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In light of the poisonings in the UK, toxicologist Dr. Leo Schepp joins us to talk about nerve agents.

Duration:00:17:47

Overseas Correspondent - Estonia

3/29/2018
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Nights' overseas correspondent, Silver Tambur is on the line with the news and views from Estonia - including the celebrations for the 100 year anniversary of their independence.

Duration:00:17:36

Conversations with Dead Relatives

3/28/2018
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Conversations with Dead Relatives is a tale of family histories. Stories we've heard told, told and retold over breakfast tables, barbecues, campfires, and drunken dinner parties about ancestors who came from distant lands to make a new life in New Zealand. Epic and incredible stories passed down through generations that tell of mighty warriors, princesses, ratbags, preachers and visionaries.

Duration:00:15:36

Nights Pundit : Ann Kerwin.

3/27/2018
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If you're wondering who to thank for the modern social contract type government most of us were born into - or blame - depending on your point of view - our philosopher Ann Kerwin may have an answer.

Duration:00:18:42

Nights Sport

3/26/2018
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Sports Journalist Dana Johannsen joins us with her take on the latest happenings in the world of sport.

Duration:00:18:05

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