Nights for Wednesday 29 April 2015
7:10 Teeth Talk
Did you know that humans form two sets of teeth over the course of their lives? Professor of Dental Epidemiology and Public Health, also editor of New Zealand Dental Journal, Murray Thomson from the University of Otago is armed to the teeth with toothy tales... smoking and oral health.
People, places and events in New Zealand.
8:10 Windows on the World
International public radio documentaries - visit the Windows on the World web page to find links to these documentaries.
Formerly of RNZ's Morning Report team, breakfast producer at BBC Radio Cumbria Willy Flockton reports from the country of England, which is part of the United Kingdom, pop. 53,012,456 (est. 2011). Why elections in Britain happen on a Thursday; a Lake District farmer has become so popular on twitter for tweeting pictures of sheep and lambs etc, he's written a book; buy your own Cumbrian mountain; the Lamb Bank, linking farmers with orphan lambs; plus, a student with ginger hair told to dye her locks a more natural colour.
9:06 The Wednesday Drama: 'Rescue Remedy', by Sue McCauley
Young upwardly-mobile lawyer gets the break of his life, or so he thinks, when he is asked to defend the woman who has attempted to assassinate the prime minister (RNZ)
10:00 Late Edition
11:06 Night Lights Classic Jazz
Portraits of Harlem (WFIU, 10 of 12)