Nights for Monday 5 December 2016
7:12 Conversations About Race
We ask US racial equity specialist Glenn Singleton why talking about race is so important and why it is so hard.
Eva Radich catches up with New Zealaand saxophonist and composer Hayden Chisholm who was back home from Germany doing a mini tour with pianist Norman Meehan and bassist Paul Dyne.
8:12 Nights' Science - Physics
Prof. Shaun Hendy, director of Te Pūnaha Matatini at the University of Auckland, on this year's nobel prize winners and the transitional states of matter they've discovered - why do the same bunch of atoms behave so differently under different conditions?
8:30 From Zero
Part five of FROM ZERO; the business of drugs - what are the biggest selling drugs in this country, who’s making all the money, and how does that affect you?
The final episode of ROTN - our right on the night serial. Tonight we report back from Paleolithic Africa and the hype around the introduction of a brand new piece of technology.
This week in Insight, With an onslaught of crime, and the police overstretched and overwhelmed, RNZs Northland reporter, Lois Williams investigates claims the region's become 'the lawless North'?
10:17 Late Edition
A roundup of today's RNZ News and feature interviews as well as Date Line Pacific from RNZ International.
11:07 Nashville Babylon
On tonight's Nashville Babylon we'll have music from Blanche, Nadia Reid, D.Braxton Harris and Mike Henderson, classic tracks from Vince Taylor and Glen Campbell, blues from Memphis Minnie and a live song from Irish legend Rory Gallagher.