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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

Lately with Karyn Hay

2/16/2018
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We're very excited Karyn Hay is joining the Nights team starting next week. Her new show Lately with Karyn Hay will have an eye on live events, an ear for music, a great sense of humour and a genuine interest in people and their stories. Karyn joins us tonight to tell us all about it.

Duration:00:25:51

Understanding Young Men's Experiences of Suicide Bereavement

2/15/2018
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In the first study of its kind, Dr Chris Bowden, who is a lecturer in Victoria's School of Education, found that young men aged between 17-25 who lost a close male friend to suicide, suffered, grieved and eventually changed in silence.

Duration:00:22:56

Kauri Dieback

2/15/2018
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Nights' big league botanist, Bec Stanley from Auckland Botanic Gardens joins us to share her expertise on the oomycete that's killing trees. What is it and what can we do about it?

Duration:00:18:41

Dung and Dusted

2/14/2018
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Jamie Wood from Manaaki Whenua/Landcare Research joins us to talk about a study of DNA found in fossilized Moa droppings - and the understanding that has been gained in terms of the impact extinction had on New Zealand's shrublands and forests

Duration:00:22:32

Informing Feminism

2/13/2018
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Making her debut on Nights as our new feminist pundit - replacing Deborah Russell, who is now a Labour MP - the MP for New Lynn - is the Tamaki Makaurau based writer, critic and student, Miriama Aoake.

Duration:00:16:56

Nights' Science - Native Fish Ecology

2/12/2018
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Stella McQueen brings this week's after dinner science: native fish - and what happens when their environment heats up during the summer - or worse - drys out

Duration:00:19:48

Weeds : Wendy Seabrook

2/12/2018
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Australian based ecologist Wendy Seabrook talks about the benefits of weeds and why you should keep a few in your garden.

Duration:00:24:36

Something for the Weekend

2/9/2018
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And now - something for the weekend - although possibly not a weekend in New Zealand. It's Carnival Season - most famously in places like New Orleans and Rio de Janeiro - but also in Germany And the German cities best know for carnival are Dussledorf and Colonge. Lisa Rockenbach is doing an internship in the cultural programme of the Goethe-Institut in New Zealand - when she's not in New Zealand she's doing media studies at the University of Colonge - so she know's all about Karneval...

Duration:00:15:16

Aotearoa Hip-Hop

2/8/2018
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University of Auckland ethnomusicologist and Nights' cultural ambassador Dr Kirsten Zemke picks some homegrown hip-hop tracks.

Duration:00:25:49

Antarctic Journeys

2/8/2018
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The Norwegian consulate has brought an Exhibition of the slides used by Roald Amundsen in 1912 for his talks on how he won the race to the South Pole. The slides They'll be on display from 1 to 28 Feb in the Atrium of the School of Architecture & Design and have been curated by the Fram Museum in Oslo.

Duration:00:18:49

Stand Up!

2/7/2018
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Dr Meredith Peddie from the Department of Human Nutrition at Otago University joins us to talk about the latest research which provides more incentives for desk-dwellers to get up and move.

Duration:00:19:48

The Egg and Sperm Race

2/7/2018
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After giving up her childhood dream of becoming the world's greatest ballerina, Sacha Jones acquired a family, an education (PhD) and a job teaching politics. Nothing funny about that you'd think. Sacha begs to differ.

Duration:00:19:49

Cosquín National Folkloric Festival, Argentina

2/5/2018
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Nights' Cultural Ambassador, Mona-Lynn Courteau, joins Bryan in RNZ's Auckland studio with a taste of the Cosquín National Folkloric Festival, Argentina - the biggest folkloric music festival in Latin America, lasting over 9 nights.

Duration:00:30:49

Peering Down A Hole In The Ice

2/5/2018
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The multi-disciplinary Aotearoa New Zealand Ross Ice Shelf programme team have melted a hole through hundreds of metres of ice to explore beneath Antarctica's Ross Ice Shelf. Their measurements show that this hidden ocean is warming and freshening - but in ways they weren't expecting. NIWA's Dr Craig Stevens was in the team and joins us to tell us more.

Duration:00:18:47

Something for the Weekend

2/2/2018
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Tonight we speak to Tanushree Gupta of Shree Dance Academy ahead or her free Bollywood Dance workshop in Palmerston North tomorrow.

Duration:00:16:43

Incoming Tide

2/1/2018
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With king tides causing problems around the country, Glen Rowe from the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority joins us to share his tidal knowledge.

Duration:00:17:10

Te Reo or Mandarin...or both??

2/1/2018
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Learning another foreign language, does not have to come at the expense of learning Te Reo Māori according to our first guests this evening. Will Flavell teaches Te Reo Māori and Japanese at Rutherford High School in West Auckland - Lisa Olsen-Brown is doing something similar at Waikirikiri School in Gisbourne - with Reo and Mandarin.

Duration:00:18:17

Nights' Overseas - Israel

1/31/2018
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Liat Collins joins us with an update from Israel.

Duration:00:18:54

Hangry added to Oxford English Dictionary

1/31/2018
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Mansplaining, ransomware and hangry are among more than 1,000 words that have been added to the latest Oxford English Dictionary. We're joined by Ken Grace director of the Department of Writing Blog and author of Nerds, snotrils and ferroequines: A moderately reliable history of interesting words to discuss the new additions.

Duration:00:21:29

Nights' Pundit Dr. Eric Crampton

1/30/2018
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Public policy think tank, the New Zealand Initiative, says this country is still under-prepared for the next big earthquake. The group of economists has reviewed the policy response to the Canterbury earthquakes and has just released its report: Recipe for disaster: Building policy on shaky ground. Dr. Eric Crampton talk us through their findings.

Duration:00:19:21

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