Nights for Tuesday 7 April 2009

7 pm News & Weather

7:15 Korean Breakdancing

'Still' - leader of South Korean breakdancing crew, The Gamber Crew; and Joshua Jang (aka. Daemang) Auckland-based hip hop singer and translater.

South Korean b-boy culture, battling and travelling the world

7:30 The Sampler

New music reviews with Nick Bollinger.

8 pm News & Weather

8:15 Windows on the World:

International public radio documentaries.

8:45 Philosophy

Ann Kerwin - Philosopher in Residence, Auckland University of Technology

Musings on how, what and why we think what we do.

This week; Jeremy Bentham - British philosopher, jurist and social reformer, 1748-1832.

8:59 Conundrum: Clue 3

9 pm News & Weather

9:06 Tuesday Feature

Impunity and Accountability in Colombia

A World of Possibilities feature presented by Mark Sommer

For more than 40 years, Colombia has been caught in the cross fire of "La Violencia": thousands dead, millions more driven from their homes. Impunity remains the law of the land. Now a series of tribunals and truth commissions are seeking to discover what really happened; to give victims a chance to express their anger and sorrow and perpetrators a chance to confess and serve time or be amnestied.

(Produced by the Mainstream media Project and distributed by the WFMT Radio Network)

9:59 Conundrum: Clue 4

10 pm News & Weather

10:17 Late Edition:

A review of the leading news from Morning Report, Nine to Noon, Afternoons and Checkpoint. Also hear the latest news from around the Pacific on Radio New Zealand International's Dateline Pacific.

11:06 Charlie Gilett's World of Music

Britain's guru of world music radio presents a personal selection (BBC)

Fall of Families thumb11:36 Bedtime story: The Fall of the Families by Phillip Mann

The second novel of Phillip Mann's epic chronicalling the struggle by aliens to regain their civilisations - lost to ruthless humans who colonised the galaxy exterminating all opposition