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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.

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@RNZNights

Language:

English

Contact:

+64 (0)4 474 1469


Episodes

Nights Pundit - Philosophy

9/19/2017
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Our regular philosophical oracle Ann Kerwin is in our Auckland studio. Tonight she's looking at the life and work of Bernard Mandeville who's views on human betterment were iconoclastic and controversial back in the late 17th Century. Although widely denounced in religious and Enlightenment circles (some of his works were banned), Mandeville never lost his zest for a good fight.

Duration: 00:19:03


Doing Good for a Profit

9/19/2017
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With the Social Enterprise World Forum meeting in Christchurch this month, researcher, writer and analyst, Victoria Crockford joins us with the low-down on Social Enterprises and what this means for consumers, comunities, companies and investors in New Zealand

Duration: 00:19:54


The Psychology of Psychological Research

9/18/2017
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Michael Philipp from Massey University's School of Psychology is here to talk about research practicises and tonights buzzwords is reproducibility.

Duration: 00:19:46


50 Years of Unity

9/18/2017
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Unity Books is 50 years old this year and it's younger cousin The Children's Bookshop is vcelebrating 25 years in the business. Tilley Lloyd from Unity Books and Ruth McIntyre from the Children's Bookshop join Bryan in the studio to talk about life as an independent bookseller - how things have changed and how the future is shaping up.

Duration: 00:28:17


Something For the Weekend - Quake City Re-opens

9/15/2017
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Canterbury Museum is inviting visitors to view Quake City for free during the special exhibition's reopening this weekend, 16 & 17 September. The newly-relocated exhibition that tells stories from the Canterbury earthquakes, reopened on 14 September.

Duration: 00:18:34


Nights' Culture - Dr. Kirsten Zemke

9/14/2017
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This week's cultural ambassador is Dr Kirsten Zemke, ethnomusicologist at Auckland University - back with more sonic adventures from the world of hip hop.

Duration: 00:22:47


Building Bigger Houses

9/14/2017
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Are we building our houses too big? We speak to one of the authors of a report that says the size of New Zealand's houses are cancelling the benefits gained from better insulation and technology.

Duration: 00:17:13


Bang : post bang discussion

9/13/2017
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Following the final of Melody Thomas' series on sex and sexuality - Bang, a discussion with Melody, Bryan and sex therapist, Mary Hodson.

Duration: 00:18:19


Nights' Overseas - Vietnam

9/13/2017
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This week's overseas correspondent - Lien Hoang on charting the rise of Facebook, the fall of the cash economy, and attempts to create a silicon valley on the other side of the Pacific.

Duration: 00:21:25


The Italian Front

9/12/2017
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Our regular historian, Damien Fenton is in the studio with Bryan to talk about an aspect of the first world war almost completely forgotten in New Zealand today - the Italian Front 1915-1918.

Duration: 00:13:01


Market Research and Artificial Intelligence

9/12/2017
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Automation, machine learning and AI are the new buzz words in the Market Research, insights and data industry. Horst Feldhaeuser explains what the differences are with some examples both from NZ and abroad and what the new frontiers might be for the market research industry.

Duration: 00:19:28


Night's Science - Geoff Hunt - Engineering

9/11/2017
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Engineer Geoff Hunt joins Bryan to talk about engineering New Zealand's Electricity network for the future.

Duration: 00:25:44


It's like riding a bike...

9/11/2017
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As electric bicycles become more popular and more affordable, Electric Meg, Meg Page is out in front with solutions for those who might be a bit rusty or want to know more about safety, road rules or just biking in general.

Duration: 00:31:23


Canterbury All Breeds Cat Show

9/8/2017
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we are confident no one has spoken to an organiser of this weekend's Canterbury All Breeds Cat Club Spring Championship Show - on at Papanui High School this Sunday. Dorothy Horton is on the club's committee. I spoke with her and began by asking what a visitor, new to cat shows, could expect to see

Duration: 00:18:22


Nights' culture - Miles Buckingham

9/7/2017
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this week's cultural ambassador, Miles Buckingham, celebrates Jamaican music - well actually music with Jamaican roots, recorded in the UK on the wonderfully eclectic, On-U Sound label.

Duration: 00:22:17


Ghost Fishing

9/7/2017
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Our first topic tonight is ghost fishing. That's the fishing many nets do when we've stopped fishing with them - and which end up snaring and killing millions of sea creatures after we've discarded them. Rob Wilson is president of a New Zealand group dedicated to somehow getting rid of them, or maybe stopping these nets from being abandoned at sea in the first place. The organisation's called Ghost Fishing NZ, and Rob is with me now along with the Niwa marine scientist, Dr Serena Cox.

Duration: 00:18:35


Post BANG! Discussion

9/6/2017
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Bryan is joined by BANG! producer, Melody Thomas and episode 6 sex therapist Edit Horvath to talk about some of the issues raised in tonight's episode.

Duration: 00:19:19


John Thornley - Songs of the Spirit

9/6/2017
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Methodist lay-preacher John Thornley with the eighth part of his series exploring the spiritual side of songs. In this Episode, Moana Manispoto's Calling You and Unity Pacific's We Are All Palestinians

Duration: 00:19:06


Nights' Pundit : left thinking

9/5/2017
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This week's Pundit, our left leaning thinker, Brian Roper, laments a downgrading of the Humanities in the US and Aotearoa.

Duration: 00:17:38


Lost Property : Paul Cowan

9/5/2017
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One of the largest lost property offices in the world - London Transport's - just happens to be run by a New Zealander, Paul Cowan. We find out how they handle the thousands of items brought in each day.

Duration: 00:18:40

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