Nights for Tuesday 6 July 2021
7:12 Dehumanisation and How to Resist it.
We're joined once again by Nights Philosopher, Ann Kerwin who takes a look at the topics explored in American philosopher David Livingstone Smith's 2020 book ON INHUMANITY: DEHUMANIZATION AND HOW TO RESIST IT.
7:30 The Sampler
Tony Stamp comes to grips with Troy Kingi's excursion into folk music (in collaboration with Delaney Davidson), the fifth release in just two years from UK soul merchants SAULT, and the Flying Nun debut of Wellington siblings Womb.
8:15 Pacific Waves
Koroi Hawkins presents a daily current affairs programme that delves deeper into the major stories of the week, through a Pacific lens, and shines a light on issues affecting Pacific people wherever they are in the world.
8:30 Window on The World
Another Climate Question from the BBC. Freshwater sources around the world are becoming more irregular, and disputes between countries are common, with fears that access to water could eventually lead to conflict. Tonight's Climate Question: How can we help countries reach agreements over equal access to water, and ensure they stick to them in the future?
9:07 Smart Talk
A trans-Tasman panel explores how e-commerce can operate in an environmentally sustainable way. Paul Barclay hosts this ABC discussion about how online home delivery can be done in ways which don't make things worse for climate change: Kate Bezar from The Better Packaging Company, Dr Jonathan Baker, Senior Lecturer International Business Strategy and Entrepreneurship, at AUT, James Chin Moody from Sendle, and Cinzia Cozzolino, the founder of Smoothie Bombs.
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 Worlds of Music
After 11 on Worlds Of Music, Trevor Reekie features an interview with Angelique Kidjo from Benin.
A singer-songwriter, actress, and activist who headlined at Womad in 2019. Angelique Kidjo has had a stellar career that saw her begin singing from the age of 6 and after escaping political turmoil in Africa - relocate to France - rising from poverty to become a Grammy Award-winning artist with an impressive back catalogue of albums. Little wonder she has been hailed by Time magazine as "Africa's premier diva".