Thursday 10 December 2009, with Bryan Crump
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
7:15 PM. The development of species through natural selection isn't the only evolutionary path, history can evolve as well. This is the aim of Dr John van Whye who is outing the self-effacing scientist and co-father of the theory of evolution, Alfred Russel Wallace. Dr Whye intends to change the way we look at Charles Darwin's legacy and credit some of its work to the other evolutionist.
8:45 PM. NIWA oceanographer Craig Stevens, fresh from the the southern ice flows, joins Bryan to talk about the Antarctic semantics of sea-ice versus ice-shelves as well as important notions of climate change indicative in the southern ocean.
Nights for Thursday 10 December 2009
7 pm News & Weather
7:15 The Other Evolutionist
Dr John Van Wyhe, director, The Complete Work of Charles Darwin Online
The life and work of scientist Alfred Russel Wallace and the relationship he had with Charles Darwin as they both developed their theories on evolution and natural selection.
People, places and events in New Zealand.
8 pm News & Weather
8:15 Windows on the World
International public radio documentaries
8:45 Salty Water - oceans
Craig Stevens, oceanographer, NIWA
Antarctic sea ice.
8:59 Conundrum: Clue 7
9 pm News & Weather
9:06 Our Changing World
Radio New Zealand's science and environment programme.
9:59 Conundrum: Clue 8
10 pm News & Weather
10:17 Late Edition
11 pm News & Weather
11:06 In Concert
A collaboration between friends, Auckland super group, Liam Finn and Friends.