NIGHTS on Radio New Zealand National 
host. Bryan Crump & producer. Robyn Rockgirl Walker

Wednesday rundown...

the new 'All-Ireland Pollinator Plan' makes Ireland one of the first countries in Europe to draw up a strategy to reverse the decline in bees - with A.Prof Jane Stout from the School of Natural Sciences at Trinity College Dublin...

honey bee on flower

7:30pm Spectrum - When Jazz Came to Town

8:12pm Windows on the World (international public radio documentaries) - The Battle for the Art of Detroit

8:43pm NIGHTS Overseas Correspondents
roster: Liat Collins (Jerusalem, Israel), Motoko Kakubayashi (Tokyo, Japan), Will Flockton (Brighton, England), Shoba Narayan (Bangalore, India), Silver Tambur (Tallinn, Estonia), Nida' Tuma (Ramallah, West Bank, Palestine), Eri Garuti (Saint-Genis-Laval, France & Italy), Pablo Pires Fernandes (Belo Horizonte, Brazil), Peggy Revell (Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada), Lien Hoang (Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam) & Tabu Butagira (Kampala, Uganda)

formerly of RNZ's Morning Report team, breakfast producer at BBC Radio Brighton Will Flockton reports from the country of England, which is part of the United Kingdom, pop. 53,012,456 (est. 2011)... the aftermath of the Shoreham Air Crash Disaster, and the windmills of Sussex...

Halnaker Windmill Sussex England

8:59pm NIGHTS conundrum clue 5

9:07pm The Drama Hour - Photograph 51 pt 2 of 2 (LA Theatre Works) 
plus interviews with Brenda Maddox (Rosalind Franklin biographer) & Dr Pamela Björkman (Cal Tech biologist)

The story of one of the twentieth century's most unfairly marginalized scientists, Rosalind Franklin, the woman responsible for the breakthrough image of the "double helix" so familiar to us all as DNA.

Rosalind Franklin

9:59pm NIGHTS conundrum clue 6

10:17pm Late Edition (a round up of today's Radio New Zealand news and feature interviews as well as Date Line Pacific from RNZ International)

11:07pm Eleventh Hour Music [Jazz] Night Lights Classic Jazz - Melba Liston, Arranger and First Lady of Trombone 

Melba Liston

... nights' time is the right time...