Nights for Monday 4 May 2020
7:12 Providing Social Work During Lockdown?
University of Otago Social and Community Work Associate Professor Emily Keddell and Brenda Pilott, from Social Service Providers Aotearoa talk about moving social work online during lockdown, and the various challenges for practitioners this presents.
7:35 The Sampler
Nick Bollinger reviews a set of travellers’ testimonies from Reb Fountain; psych-rock space jams from The Dream Syndicate; and unashamed romanticism from Ron Sexsmith.
8:05 Song for The Road - Gordy Chaffey
We're talking to some night time drivers about the music that keeps them trucking.
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8:15 Dateline Pacific
RNZ Pacific have temporarily suspended Dateline Pacific in it regular format so that they can concentrate their efforts on broadcasting to the Pacific. In the meantime, each weeknight we'll chat to one of their reporters for a daily update. Tonight Bryan Crump talks to Vinnie Wylie.
8:30 Window on the World
We meet the foreign care workers who look after Britain’s elderly and disabled people.
9:10 Nights Sport
Tonight's sportscaster is Helene Elliot from the LA Times.
9:30 Nights Gone By
We take another look into the Nights archive take the chance to listen to an interview with Lloyd Esler about possums. His self published book is called Rabbits and Possums in New Zealand.
- Market Research and Covid-19
Another chat with Jason Shoebridge, New Zealand CEO of data, insights and consulting company Kantar which has been delving into into New Zealanders' changing consumer behaviour in relation to the COVID-19 virus pandemic. Key data emerging from this week’s survey speaks to Kiwi’s thoughts on advertising, the economy, and online shopping.
- Music Down the Line with Luke Buda
Wellington musician and Phoenix Foundation favourite, Luke Buda joins us with some music down the line.
11:07 Nashville Babylon
On this week's Nashville Babylon Mark brings the show from his home in Wairarapa and features a tribute to the late John Prine, a birthday tune for James Brown, lockdown classics courtesy of Hank Williams and Wilco plus a new track from Courtney Marie Andrews plus a timeless classic from Sandy Denny and Fairport Convention.