Nights for Monday 28 August 2017
7:12 Interview - Kosher Wines
Matt Rutherford General Manager of Spencer Hill Wines talks to us about the move to develop their Goose Bay label - a range of kosher wines for the world market - and what's actually involved in making a kosher wine.
Victoria University of Wellington along with some of the biggest names in New Zealand film and design technology have come together to form a new hub where students can learn from the best. The University's Miramar Creative Centre is a collaboration with Park Road Post, Weta Digital and Weta Workshop equipped with state of the art facilities. Associate Professor Leon Gurevitch from the School of Design and Professor John Psathas from the New Zealand School of Music discuss the Masters degrees being offered which give the next generation an opportunity to learn from the best in the business.
8:12 Nights' Science - Nitrous Oxide
Louis Schipper joins us to talk about nitrous oxide - a gas that contributes something like 11-15% of greenhouse gas emissions for New Zealand and is something folks are actively trying to reduce.
8:30 Window on the World
The Food Chain from the BBC World Service investigates whether social media is putting us off our food. We meet foodies, writers and experts to discuss where education ends and obsession begins.
This week, Insight explores if New Zealand can ensure that its building industry provides quality structures that are safe and up to scratch.
10:17 Late Edition
A roundup of today's RNZ News and feature interviews as well as Dateline Pacific from RNZ International.
11:07 Nashville Babylon
On this week's show Mark features favourites from David Rawlings, Cowboy Junkies,Wayne Hancock and Public Service Broadcasting. He also digs deep with classic cuts from Muddy Waters, Lucinda Williams and Big Mama Thornton.