Summer Nights for Friday 27 December 2013
7:10 Bringing down revenge porn
Charlotte Laws started to wage war against the owner of a "revenge porn" website - a site which uploads photographs of women to the web without their consent - after a topless picture of her daughter was hacked from her daughter's email account and put online. Dr. Laws single handedly changed the way US law enforcement responds to online revenge porn - but not before threats were made on her life by supporters of the men who run such sites.
Karl Steven concludes his four-part investigation of the parts of the orchestra with the enormous string family, unlocking the mystery of the heart of the orchestra and learning how violinists came to be associated with the devil.
8 pm News and weather
8:15 Windows on the World - Artist Jeremy Deller
BBC Hardtalk speaks to artist Jeremy Deller who defies all the labels and categories of the art world. He is a visual artist who can't paint, can't draw and professes no great technical skill - yet he is widely regarded as one of the most important artists in Britain today. He uses images, objects, words and real people to present a portrait of the modern world - from the factory floor to the Iraq war. What is at the heart of his creative vision?
8:40 Culture wars
Journalist and reviewer Kim Choe examines the latest movies, art exhibitions, theatre, and other cultural events on over summer, and looks back at the best of 2013. This week, Kim discusses the latest Disney offering Frozen; Ron Burgundy's long-awaited next outing in Anchorman 2; and Wolf of Wall Street.
9 pm News and weather
9:05 Soundtracks for sunsets
We want to hear your favourite sunset stories, and the music that accompanies them. Where were you when the sun went down? Who was there? What were you doing? And what would be your ideal soundtrack to that moment? It could be an exotic experience or something incredibly ordinary. It might be last night's sunset or one from 20 years ago.
Pick the song you'd most like to listen to as the sun goes down, and join us on Summer Nights to talk about it.
Email email@example.com with your name, song and phone number, and listen at 9pm on weeknights to hear what people have chosen.
9:06 Country Life
Cosmo Kentish-Barnes meets Southland permaculturalists Robert and Robyn Guyton, who have planted a "Food Forest" around their house in Riverton. And Susan Murray takes the slow and dusty road to Blue Duck Station near the Bridge to Nowhere in the Whanganui River region, to discover a thriving tourist and farming business with 8,000 overnight guests staying each year.
10 pm News and weather
10:17 Late Edition
A review of the leading stories from the day's news.
10.30 Le Gateau Chocolat
Le Gateau Chocolat is a self-described opera-singing diva with a velvety baritone, a passion for laughter and a penchant for lycra. After growing up in Nigeria and attending law school in the UK, life took a very different path for Le Gateau, after the first time he performed at a local club in drag. He now travels the world with an operatic show that challenges ideas around gender, size, race, and sexuality. Le Gateau is bringing his show I Heart Chocolat to Christchurch for the World Buskers Festival.
11.06 Music feature - The Beatles On Air: Live At The BBC
Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr recall the excitement of appearing on the radio in 1963 and '64. Back then, performing songs in the studios of the British Broadcasting Corporation was essential for any new group hoping to further their career. The Beatles seized their opportunity and shook up the BBC.
Music played in this show
Song: These Days
Comp: Jackson Browne
Album: Chelsea Girl
Broadcast Time: 8:07
Tonight's Soundtracks for Sunsets selection was:
Artist: Sébastien Tellier
Song: La Ritournelle
Comp: Sébastien Tellier
Album: Gilles Peterson Presents: Worldwide, a celebration of his syndicated radio show.
Broadcast Time: 9:10
And our theme music was:
Song: To Binge With Little Dragon
Comp: Gorillaz, Nagano
Album: Plastic Beach
Broadcast Time: 7:06