Nights for Tuesday 14 April 2009

7 pm News & Weather

7:15 YouTube Orchestra

Lucinda Barlow - The Internet Symphony: YouTube's Orchestra.

Classical music gets a global cyber transformation.

7:30 The Sampler

New music reviews with Troy Ferguson.

8 pm News & Weather

8:15 Windows on the World:

International public radio documentaries.

8:45 A Nation's Administration - political systems

Brian Roper - political historian, University of Otago.

How and why the world's diverse political institutions came to be.

8:59 Conundrum: Clue 3

9 pm News & Weather

9:06 Tuesday Feature: Who's This Economy For?

As savings plummet and our debts soar, many are starting to wonder not only when we'll get back on track, but whether the track we've been on all these years is the right one to follow. In this 'A World of Possibities' feature author, economist and former US labor secretary Robert Reich asserts that rather than resuscitate an unjust and unsustainable economy, America should reinvent it to meet a wider range of needs and possibilities. (A Mainstream Media production)

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