Nights for Monday 14 March 2016
7:12 Following the Mammoth
archaeological research by Vladimir Pitulko from the History of Material Culture at the Russian Academy of Sciences shows that marks on bones of a mammoth found in the Arctic in 2012 indicate human beings were living and hunting in the Arctic Siberia region much earlier than what was previously assumed...
7:35 Upbeat - Victor Goines (sax) Marcus Printup (trumpet) from the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra
a feature interview encore from RNZ Concert with Eva Radich
8:12 Window on the World - Editing the Genome pt 1 of 2
international public radio documentaries
8:43 Nights' Science - Computer Science
Prof. Mark Apperley from University of Waikato spreads out the silicon chips to expose how computers switch us on... the changing face of television, home entertainment and news services...
science roster: Body Parts, Physics, Native Fish Ecology, Astronomy, Soil, Toxicology, Botany, Computer Science, Teeth Talk & World Weather
8:59 conundrum clue 1
9:30 Insight - Myanmar: A Democracy Under Construction
in-depth topical analysis from RNZ News
9:59 conundrum clue 2
10:17 Late Edition
a round up of today's RNZ News and feature interviews as well as Date Line Pacific from RNZ International
11:07 At the Eleventh Hour - Beale St Caravan
music mainly from the North American continent
... nights' time is the right time...