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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

11/23/2017
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This week's Cultural Ambassador is Dr Kirsten Zemke, ethnomusicologist at Auckland University - by day - Hip Hop afficianado by Night.

Duration: 00:24:54


Red Cross Nurse Guru Dev Singh

11/23/2017
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My first guest is Guru Dev Singh, a Wellington nurse, just back from a stint with the Red Cross at the main camp for the Rohingya. I spoke with Guru a short time ago and began by asking how far many of the refugees had travelled to get to the camp.

Duration: 00:19:59


Overseas Correspondent - Canada

11/22/2017
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Peggy Revell Joins us from Medicine Hat, Alberta with the big stories from Canada including the Keystone XL pipeline, Justin Trudeau's LGBTQ Apology and what Canada is making of the Paradise Papers.

Duration: 00:17:54


Land of the West

11/22/2017
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Wellington folk duo, Ktoo - Kevin Ikin and Kevin McLoughlin - are live in the studio tonight playing some tracks from their new album of West Coast songs, Land of the West.

Duration: 00:28:34


Theory of Revolution

11/21/2017
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To mark the 100th anniversary of the October Revolution of 1917, Nights' pundit and University of Otago political historian Prof Brian Roper takes a look at Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, better known as Lenin. Who was he? What were some of his most important ideas? Are those ideas still relevant for the left in the 21st Century?

Duration: 00:18:32


Syria on the Ground

11/21/2017
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We first spoke to Mike Seawright, Founder & Executive Director of ReliefAid about a year ago on Nights. Mike has recently returned from the Middle East after overseeing their latest delivery of winter shelter and education aid to families displaced to camps in Northern Syria. He joins us to talk about how things are now in Syria and how those on the ground see the future.

Duration: 00:20:25


Bogged Down

11/20/2017
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Nights' soil specialist, Professor Louis Schipper from the University of Waikato is taking a look at Wetlands soils and what makes them so special.

Duration: 00:19:42


Railway Houses

11/20/2017
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For many years the New Zealand Railways Department was the biggest employer and landlord in many towns, and in the 1950s the department's housing stock peaked at over 6,000. Bruce Shalders, author of Railway Houses of New Zealand joins us to tell us more.

Duration: 00:23:22


Something for The Weekend

11/17/2017
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We talk to Tracy Loomes from The Garden City Cavy Club about their Guinea Pigs On Show event talking place tomorrow in Papanui, Christchurch.

Duration: 00:15:59


Aotearoa Reggae

11/16/2017
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Nights' reggae music aficionado Miles Buckingham looks at the best of our home-grown talent.

Duration: 00:24:46


Psusy

11/16/2017
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We talk to Jaya Beach-Robertson and Aria Dehar - from the talented team behind a new NSFW Feminist web series called PSUSY. Unconventional to its core, PSUSY follows Karen and Sharee, as they drag us through twenty-something, 21st century, womanhood.

Duration: 00:21:13


John Thornley - Songs of the Spirit

11/15/2017
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Methodist lay-preacher John Thornley with the next part of his series exploring the spiritual side of songs. In this episode, Dave Dobbyn - the spiritual side of a spiritual man.

Duration: 00:18:15


Our Own Odysseys - Paul Barker

11/15/2017
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Paul Barker, author of the family history GERALDINE TO JERICHO - about the young New Zealanders in the Palestine Campaign has just returned from the 100 Year Commemorations in Beersheva where a plaque was unveiled in recognition of the contribution of the ANZACs in the campaign.

Duration: 00:22:09


Nights' Pundit - Military History

11/14/2017
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Historian and author of 'New Zealand and the First World War 1914-1919', Dr. Damien Fenton on the wherewithal of war.

Duration: 00:21:23


The New Zealand convicts shipped across the Tasman

11/14/2017
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Between 1843 and 1853, an eclectic mix of more than 110 soldiers, sailors, Maori, civilians and convict absconders from the Australian penal colonies were transported from New Zealand across the Tasman. Kristyn Harman, Senior Lecturer in History, University of Tasmania has collected their stories in her new book Cleansing the Colony: Transporting convicts from New Zealand to Van Diemen's Land.

Duration: 00:20:31


Nights' Science - World Weather

11/13/2017
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MetService severe weather forecaster Erick Brenstrum joins us from Dunedin - and we're talking hurricanes!

Duration: 00:22:31


The Turning Point Battles of WW2

11/13/2017
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Marking the 75th anniversary of the Allies' October victory at El Alamein, historian Glyn Harper takes a new look at the three battles that have been said to be the turning point in the war.

Duration: 00:24:28


Paralympics Open Day

11/10/2017
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This weekend sees the start of the ACC Paralympics New Zealand Open Day Series. Starting in Wellington with dates in New Plymouth, Auckland, Tauranga, and Dunedin over the next couple of months, the open days give disabled people the chance to find out about Para sport opportunities in their area. We get the whole story from gold medal winning Paralympian swimmer Mary Fisher.

Duration: 00:16:26


NetHui 2017

11/9/2017
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NetHui is an open community event which takes a collaborative look at the issues facing the internet and it's users. The event is facilitated by InternetNZ who's Chief Executive Jordan Carter joins us with a look at the discussions from day one - and what to expect from day two.

Duration: 00:11:17


Radio Astronomy : Sergei Gulyaev

11/8/2017
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Based at the The Warkworth Radio Astronomical Observatory, just south of Warkworth, The Institute for Radio Astronomy & Space Research is the first (and only) radio astronomical institute in New Zealand. It was founded in 2004. Its director, Professor Sergei Gulyaev, Director of the Institute for Radio Astronomy & Space Research (IRASR) at AUT joins us to tell us more.

Duration: 00:17:18

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