Nights for Monday 13 June 2016
7:12 Snapping at all stations
David Brewer has photographed every train station in Great Britain, all 2500 of them. He also has a fondness for the small and least used ones.
A feature interview encore from RNZ Concert. Tonight, jazz guitarist Larry Koonse chats to Eva Radich during his visit to New Zealand for the Wellington Jazz Festival.
8:12 Nights' Science - Computer Science
Prof. Mark Apperley from the University of Waikato shares examples of how science fiction sometimes becomes science fact.
8:30 Window on the World
Turnaround - How do you set a losing company back on the right track? Matthew Gwyther of the BBC 'Global Business' team speaks to leaders who've turned around businesses in financial difficulty and finds out how they did it, what inspired them and what lessons they can pass on.
Will it be Right on the Night? Join us for the first episode of RNZ's experimental instant serial. This week we travel back to the Neolithic era...
Eric Frykberg heads to Leipzig, in Germany, to find out how technology might be able to help people maintain their current way of life, without damaging the environment.
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 Folk Alley
New music from Willie Sugarcapps, Kaia Kater, Chaim Tannenbaum, Loudon Wainwright III, Leyla McCalla, Evie Ladin Band; plus a set featuring Canadian songwriter David Francey's latest album, 'Empty Train'; we'll experience some grace with Fairport Convention and Kasey Chambers; plus favorites from Harry Manx & Kevin Breit, Crooked Still, Martin & Eliza Carthy, and more.