Nights for Monday 22 January 2018
7:12 The Pick of Strings
We kick off Monday night with dose of Iberian passion. Flamenco Guitarist, Paul Bosauder has returned from Spain and joins us for a special extended interview ahead of his NZ tour and debut album release to talk about life, guitars, flamenco...and to play us a few tunes.
8:12 Illuminating the Stars
Nights' amenable astronomer, Dr Alan Gilmour is back for our first journey into space of 2018. He'll be illuminating topics including the Total Eclipse of the Moon and Why is Earth Magnetized and Venus Not?
8:30 Window on the World
Wine has been getting more and more alcoholic in recent decades, driven by consumer tastes and climate change. This has big implications not only for public health, but also the quality of the bottle. But making a lower alcohol wine that is still full of flavour is extremely complicated, especially when growing grapes in rising temperatures – some have called it the profession’s Holy Grail.
9:10 Night Mail
This week on Insight, RNZ Northland reporter, Lois Williams continues Insight's investigation into the country's P epidemic, by exploring how it's breaking up families, piling the pressure on schools, mental health workers, police and rehab clinics and what's being done to try and repair the damage.
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 drops jump jive from Louis Jordan, classic blues courtesy of Freddie King and Etta James, a rare reggae take on Black Magic Woman plus tracks from Dylan, Ry Cooder, Andrew Combs and country music king Don Williams