Nights for Monday 8 July 2019
7:12 Looking after the Mental Health of Vets.
Vicki Lim is an Auckland vet and the founder of The Riptide Project.
The Riptide Project is a platform for vet professionals around the world to share their stories and experiences, and volunteer for the 'cuppa system'. So far around 200 people have volunteered to be paired up and meet with a fellow vet or nurse to talk.
It's crunch time for the Blackcaps in the ICC Cricket World Cup.
They've made it through to the semis and play India tomorrow night… but can they do it?
On this week's episode of Not Your Average Cricket Show Zoe George and Justin Gregory chat with Iain O'Brien, RNZ's Ravinder Hunia and White Ferns wicketkeeper Katey Martin
8:15 Dateline Pacific
RNZ Pacific's daily current affairs programme covering the major Pacific stories of the week, with background and reaction from the people making the news.
8:30 Window on the World
Denmark’s efforts to better integrate its migrant population are attracting controversy, both at home and abroad.
Twenty-nine housing districts, known as ‘migrant ghettos’, are now subject to special measures to tackle crime and unemployment, and encourage greater mixing between migrants and wider Danish society
9:10 Nights Sport
Peter Lammp is our sportscaster tonight. He'll be telling us why he thought the Super Rugby final was humdrum, and we'll get an update on golfer Tim Wilkinson.
Who has time to volunteer? - the selfless tasks of giving up time for free is in dramatic decline. Teresa Cowie investigates what the future holds for this essential part of how society functions.
Lately with Karyn Hay is a late night radio show on RNZ National, with an eye on live events, an ear for music, a great sense of humour and a genuine interest in people and their stories.
11:07 Nashville Babylon
On this week's show Mark Rogers plays new music from Tanya Tucker and New Zealand's Pig Island. There's also blues courtesy of Ray Charles, Mike Henderson and Sister O.M Terrell, Kiwi country from Tami Neilson, news of the long awaited screening of Aretha Franklin's film Amazing Grace and a handful of classics from Tim Buckley and Judee Sill.