Nights for Monday 21 March 2016
7:12 Dingo Remains Dominant
why the skull of Australia'a largest predator, the dingo, is resistant to change by hybridisation, which is one the greatest threats to the survival of the species - with Dr. William Parr, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Biomedical Engineering at Prince of Wales Hospital...
7:35 Upbeat - Nancy November
a feature interview encore from RNZ Concert with Eva Radich
8:12 Window on the World - Editing the Genome pt 2 of 2
international public radio documentaries
8:43 Nights' Science - Teeth Talk
did you know that humans form two sets of teeth over the course of their lives - editor of Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology, Prof. Murray Thomson from University of Otago is armed to the teeth with toothy tales... how orthodontic treatment (like installing braces) can still improve a teenager's quality of life...
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...