Nights for Tuesday 9 May 2017
7:12 Truck life
Phil Truesdale has a truck. Except he doesn't use his truck for normal things. He creates everything from boxing rings, to tyre swings in the back of his truck, with the help of his friends and family. 120 photos later he's created quite the collection. It all started with the phrase 'Truck life'. He's here to explain how it all started, and where it's going.
7:30 The Sampler
In The Sampler this week Nick Bollinger discusses the surrealist pop of Robyn Hitchcock and the ecstatic music of Alice Coltrane, while Elliott Childs samples new music from Canadian collective The New Pornographers.
8:12 Nights' Pundit - Right thinking
Eric Crampton is on to talk the rationales of individual freedom and personal responsibility, Eric is the head of research at The New Zealand Initiative
8:06 Dear Mum
Dear Mum is a warm, witty and nostalgic series of letters written and read by Steve Braunias.
And at (half past eight) the founder of New Zealand Label Stolen Girlfriends Club talks about stage-diving models, his childhood rebellious streak and what it means to stay on top of your own game.
9:07 Tuesday Feature
The number of female CEOS in New Zealand's top 50 listed companies is sitting at… zero. What's going on? Does the idea of 'smashing the glass ceiling' still reflect what modern society needs? And what does femininity look like in a space that's often structured for - and filled with - men? Theresa Gattung, Ranjna Patel, Anne Blackburn and Rob Campbell tackle some tough questions, share battle stories, and discuss blueprints for the future.
10:17 Late Edition
A round up of the days news.
11:07 Worlds of Music
Worlds of Music bringing you a taster of the globe.